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•OMB THROWN AT GOVERNOR OF KUTAtSi ,4 Thk-^eral Were Hurt and Several People Were Killed by the Cossaeka Who Fired Into th'e Crowd. j| Borjon, Trans*Caucasia,. Htqr J®.— An attetrftrt ^'as made ofi .the llffe**f General AllkhaimfY, governor genera! of Kutals, last night as he was about to' take the train rot* Tlflls. The gen eral arrived at the station surround ed by an escort of eossacks, when two bojmbs were thrown at him and ex ploded in the midst of the party, ser iously wounding him, a member of his sUtfT and several cossaeks. The re mainder of the cossacks tired into the crowd, killing many persons. In ad dition the cossacks burned to the ground the buildings In the vicinity in^o which the people had fled. DR. FORCE CONVICTED. Minneapolis Man Was Soaked on an Embezzlement Charge. 1 '4i ^Minneapolis, May 30.—Dr. J. F. f#rce, formerly president of the irihwestern National Life Insurance OB. WHS last night found guilty of embezzlement. Sentence was deferred pending the arguments on a motion f|r a new trial. The specific charge under which Dr. Force was convicted was the embezzlement of 135 shares erf the Metropolitan bank from the Ukutlnvestern National Life Insurance C|. while he was president of the li|Kurance company. The trial brought ottt much sensational testimony. Fargoan Wedded. Mlnot, N. D., May 30.—A very quiet but pretty wedding was solemnized at K o'clock Monday evening at the Ells Worth residence on South Reishua street, when Mr. Welcomo Doe of Fta-rgo and Miss Gussie Heln of Web ster, S. D., were united in marriage, Rev. E. P. Lawrence of the Presby terian church performing the cere mony. The groom Is a well known t^iveling salesman who has been traveling in this territory for some tttne past. The bride is an accom plished young lady and was quite prominent in the social circle in her home. Mr. and Mrs. Doe will reside In Mlnot, Mr. Doe making this city his headquarters. Brooklyn League Boston. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 30.—The mem bers of the Brooklyn league left here UfciIs morning for Boston to Inspect the park system of that city. They trav e|ed by special train of Pullman dln Iftg cars and expect to arrive in Hos tbn at 4 o'clock this afternoon. They l|111 start on their return tiin from ijoston Friday morning at 10 and ex pect to arrive here at 4 o'clock In the Afternoon. Tomorrow night they will entertained In Boston at a banquet at which the mayor of Boston and the president of the Metropolitan Park tfwrd will deliver addresses. THE THE MARKET REPORT. Weekly Market*. j.'tf'he following prices are obtained ffcr produce in round lots. Butter all ^jfades in good demand. Eggn weak. Quotations furnished by the Perry Tyner Co.: Butter—Creamery, extra print, 18c #tra tubs, 18c dairies, ftrqts, picking stock, ll%c. OatH—31c. Flax-$1.04. Barley—35c (f® 45c. Potatoes—40c$50c. Hay—$8. B^ani-T$1.25#$1.60(. &*:»•» Jfic Eggs—12c. Live Poultry—Turkeys, 8c to old hens, 10c yearling roosters, 10c. lie Veal—Fancy, 7%c light and over weights, 4c@6c. Grain, aside from wheat and corn, furnished by Magill & Co.: (Continued from Page One) upon tjbet ^at£rs/*o| Wililainette froln 'tn^^mispensioVi 8olemn Servioo. Saerampnto, Cat., May 30.—The me mortal exercises In this city were even more solemn and impressive than In former years. There was no pa rade, but, the various veteran organi zations held memorial exerciser in the cmeterles. In Maryland. Bdltlmam ifd., May 30. ITnder the auspices of the Grand Army, Decora tion day were observed here in the astomary manner. Cornerstone L«idi Hanni of Faroo Made the Chief Ad dress—Lots of Patriotism. 1 C. E: LEWIS & CO. Grain and Slack Brokers Morton Block. Fargo, N. D. Chicago Board ot Trade. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce. "Orniu and provisions bought aod told for fjush or on margin. Oar private wire eerfics ith Chicago, DnltJth and Minneapolis markets JhrnUhe* the trade the Quickest and best •edinm for the prompt handling of basiues* W» specially e«Hcit out e| towa ba«ln««i, Writ* for Da?-:y Harfce! latter UttM!HlsS coiiissioil If He (accessor1* to A. J. CUMMir -Sstab. 1898, Mi(iHpa[H)lis Chambar of Commerce, ]ninth Board of Trade and Winnipeg (irain .rain. Provisions,Stocks, Bonds, lain Office, Dispatch Bldg., St. Paul. |Mnncapo!U Office ttO Chamber of Commerce Building. Ground Floor. Par*o Office: Morton Block. Phoaa Its, B. O. DILLlN'l, Manager. HIDR8 AND rtlKS. Qnotations farniahed bj Bollei It Bogsra, 303 I roadway. lftR Hides 10^ 8 Hides..,,.... Jo, 1 Orewn Hidea ... ,, |o, 2 Qriwn flides ill Hides o. ThIIOW. o. 2 Tallow BhflBp Poitfli..., ..... I »i, r*!.... .. |«rt«ri, dark I arteo, brown -v. v. »•.% jartmi. PAIA ... link, Infikrat, fall...,........... iits. ........ (ACCOOQ.... rank....... ................... tank, broad striped........... feaset lf Above prioM SVfoS 7Mto8 8 am Small 111.00 .50 2.25 2.B0 9.60 fi.OO 3.00 2.00 7c ie .75 to for prime jIkkiSi TUnprime No. 2, 3 and 4 Loving Hands Today Placed floral Offerings on the Last Resting Places of the Nation's Heroic Dead s river bi-l1fev Elizabeth, N. J., Mav 3f.—The cor nerstone of the proposed soldiers' ami sailors' monument was laid today as uno of the features of the Decoration ,lay celebration. tXERCISES AT PAGE. Page, N. D., May 30.—Memorial day was appropriately observed here un der the auspices of Henry Shure camp, sons of veterans and for the Hf6MARCKER8 CAREFUL. Source of Milk Supply in That Sec tion To Be Investigated. Bismarck, N. D., May 30.—The pre valence of tuberculosis in cattle all over the country has prompted a lo cal movement toward protection of milk consumers by regular examina tions of cattle that form the milk sup ply of the city and an ordinance will bs introduced at the next meeting of the city council covering this matter. The ordinance will contemplate not only an Inspection for disease but will also provide for the inspection of dairies from which the supply comes. It is understood the state authorities are willing to co-operate in the move ment if necessary. This action is not the outcome of complaints as to un sanitary conditions now existing so Tar as known, but is simply inaugur ated as a safeguard against disease and to secure as good sanitary meth ods as possible. COURT AT THE FORKS. Fifteen Criminal Casea Are be Tried in June.. Grand Forks. N. D., Mav 30. -There are fifteen criminal cases to, be called at'the June term of the dlstvlct'court, They are as follows: State vs. Edwards, carrying con cealed weapons, and gran^ larceny. S. J. Ford ham for robbery. Martin Johnson, selling goods -with out license. 1 ?1 J. Piercy, selling Intoxicating liq uors. ... ... J. H. Gallagher, sellliig Intoxicating U'tuors. David Boobes, abandonment and non-.support. J. Lalonde, selling Intoxicating liq uors. William Mlllhouse, malicious mis chief. Henry Strebeck, abandonment and non-support. Gust Tanger, grand larceny. Peter Hallberg, robbery. N. G. Jonx, assault vvlth dah^erous weapon. James Kane, grand larceny., Ule Hanson, running gambling place. -ifr .mw.' 1.00 .25 .75 wall handled skips aad poorly ^adled at their market rslat %H'"i'r'f Sill occasion a splendid programme was arranged. First there was a salute at 6 a. n*:"VAjo\j|i 10 o'clock a ii^B|$e formed in town, headed by tne Page band, under the direction of P. M. Rudd of Fargo, then come comrades of the A. R„ those from the post at Hope joining the ranks, a score or more of Sons of Veterans, the line be ing closed by school children and citi zens and the tine of march was* to the town cemetery where the exc clses and Memorial day services, honor of the brave dead were cor ducted. Throughout the ranks of tin parade there was a liberal display national colors. There were also dis plays in store windows. After music by the band there was an address by Senator L. B. Hanna, who is a member of the local camp of the Sons of Veterans. Following Mr. Hanna there were a number of na tional songs by young ladies and a girls chorus. Benediction by Rev. S. L. Hart, and the formal decoration of the graves of departed comrades. These exercises closed with an ad dress by a past commander of the G. A. R. and he was responded to by the captain of the Sons of Veterans. At 12:30 dinner was served by the citi zens, to the veterans and their fam ilies in Cook's hall. This afternoon there were patriotic exercises in the operahouse and there :will be a big campfire tonight.*" i I.-. I U KING ED'S BIRTHDAY. U Was Officially Celebrated Today Thaugh Not the Anniversary. London, May 30.—The birthday of King Edward, who was born Nov. 9. 1S41, was officially celebrated today in accordance vvlth the wishes df the king. The towns throughout Write Yon Feel. If you would write to any purpose, you must be perfectly free from Ivltto b. Give yourself the natural rein Ithink on no pattern, no patron, no pa per, no press, no public think on noth ing, but follow your Impulses. Give yourself as you are—what you are and plow you see it. Every man sees with his own eyes pr (toes not see at all.— 'Emerson. s '.'sii....-' ROOSEVELT SENT KING ALPHONSO A LETTER. W KIBOt ALFONSO XIII. 07 SPAIK AND VICTORIA EUGENIE, HIS ftUEEN f— Madrid, May 80.—King Alfonso received Mr. Whitrldge, the Anierlcan .envoy, at the palace this morning. Mr. Whltrldge presented a letter from President Roosevelt felicitating hie majesty on his marriage, The king thanked the envoy in behalf of the Spanish nation, ... n *"0»pMW8Mfk ...•-»•* .« (THE FATiOO FORUM AKD 1)AILY nKTOBUCAN, WEDN ESDAY KVKXIXfl, MAY 30, 1MB. 'ft 4*fX 1 the kingdom were gaily decorated and be flagged and the shipping at the var ious ports made the gayest display of bunting. The day was observed at all the home military and naval head quarters with parades and salutoa. The chief celebration was the cere mony of "trooping the colors" on the 'rse guards parade grounds here. Thousands of spectators witnessed' the interesting ceremony, ... Harlem River Regatta. New York, May 30. Tho annual Harlem river regatta under the aus pices of the Harlem Regatta associa tion, will be held over a course of iiiio mile and a quarter on the Harlpmnpfcv er this afternoon. For many weeks the various crews of the boats entered for the different events of the regajjta practiced faithfully and it is said tfial the rivalry between the contestahls has never been as great as this yekr. The number of entries is larger, tikuv las? year1 and a highly interesting con test is expected. Some of the- bps! '•revVs of the New York, Brooklyn and Long Island boat clubs are represent ed among the entries. The list' of events includes junior singles, inter mediate doubles, junior, Intermediate and senior four-oared glg.Ssenlor f3Ui oared shell, junior, intermediate and senior eight-oared fjhell, and a niafcai reserve cutter race. v v WANTED A RAISE. A Starr of Marshall Field aai Oae of Hla Pensioners. An^ong the charities of Marshall f®leld was a pension list of persons to whom a stated sum was sent regularly each montli. With these he was gen erous, but he disliked being imposed upon. One man, who had in some way impressed Mr. Field with his deserts, had a check each thirty days for ?25. He had gone far from Mr. Field's memory, but remained on the list. His pension made him quite "an eligible party" in the circle in which he lived, and at last he yielded to the blandish ments of his landlady, an elderly, pros perous widow, and married her. "Now, Henry," she said to him next day, "we'll just be having your pay raised. You can't keep two as easily as you can one. Mr. Field is a rich man, and he will understand that. You go down and tell him you need $50 a month now." Away went Henry, and after much argument and persuasion obtained ac cess to the inner otfice of the great merchant, where he stated his case. Mr. Field became interested at ouce, "A widow, eh?" he inquired, smiling. "Did she ask you or you her?" "Well, sir,'* stammered UtQrft "J guess she did lead up to It." '"IIow olfl is she?" "About forty, sir." "Did she support herself?1' "Yes, sir. She has a big boarding house. I boarded with her. I do yet, iu fact." "Ah, yes," said Mr. Field. "So you want a raise, do you? Let me see. How much was your pension? Twcu ty-ilve dollars? Well, you won't have to pay any board now, so suppose we make it twelve and a half? That will Seep you iu spending money."—Youth's Companion. SENTENCE RHYTHM. Idiosyncrasies of W/ltor* and Speak ers In This Henpect. All experienced writers and speakers manifest a personal peculiarity In th. rhythm of .their sentences. The writer wm I? ley-Melt, is the foundation and principal essential good beer. The King of Bottled Beers is brewed from the choicest Barley-Malt obtainable, in combination with Select Hops and Special quality Yeast. In consequence it has the exquisite taste, the mellowness and the delicious flavor which can be found in no other Beer. Budweiser is brewed and bottled only* at the Home Plant of the Aoheusenr-Busch Brewing Afp'a St. Louis* U. Si A* PEDERSON MERCANTILE CO., Distributor, Moorehead. n- In English prose and the thought is of the most Importance and the form of expression is but sec ondary. In chanting and in music the thought is subordinated to the form, and in these forms of expression the rhythm is pmeh more prominent than In prose or poetry. It is aesthetically displeasing to have too much made of rhythm in reading prose and poetry, but the highest manifestations of art are present when tho rhythmical form Js used to express the thought. We do not like to have that whicli Is most Important subordinated to the less im portant, but our aesthetic nattxrea crave rhythm, and when the best ex pression of thoifght coincides with the production of rhythm we respond at once with enthusiastic approval.—Wal fpr Ttill in Tolovf /oJ 10,000 -„T Vt." ",'f tea* "H «8gS$0k ilpw* fivtADE AT THE GWEAT V 'WATCH W0RK5 AT CANTON* CIIIIOJ AU Gr&iet, from 1 to e wots. Indicates this by the recurrent lengths of his sentences and the speaker by t^is interpretation. Most of u6 fire un aware of the fact that we have a nor mal length of sentences and that we retain this length when possible. Re cent investigations have discovered this fact, and the evidence Is indlsr putable. The successive sentences ad* mit of variations, but the average length of sentences of any ordinary author is claimed to be ascertainable from the reading of any 0Q0 lines of his typical works. Corhe There are many reasons for the excellency of the Dueber-ttnmpden Watches tOio dealer who handles them kobiW. They are accurate time keepers, In gant cases, and both the movement case are made at the same factory under the same guaraatea. They are not made or sold by any trust or combine, and are honest Watctl value for your money. iA l4o6"—miniature elegance and ac curacy for a lady. The "IVm. AIcKin~ y," "John Hancock" «ad others foe men. See them at tho following store*: P. Sundbers & C«, M. A. Hagen, E. FARGO, N. D. WATER TANK COLLAPSED. 9,03& t#iatr^ns Or# i Store Were in Danger. Sew York, May 80.—By the collapse of -a tank on the. root of Adams & el,'* dry goods store in Sixth avenue followed by a panic among the cus tomers and clerks, nearly a score of7 persons, mostly" women, Were more":or less seriously injured yesterday after noon. yhe store was crowded when the ta4k, owing to the giving away of the supports, toppled over on the dome of th4 skylight covering the central court, precipitating ten thousand gal lons of water and showers of broken glass on the main floor. A number of clerks and customers were cut by fragments of glass and a panic en sued in which hundreds of women made frenzied efforts to escape to the street, in the belief that an earth quake had occurred. In the rush many were knocked down and trampled on. T:" '. |A W E A I want immediately nifii l|| |.ii|li» ,v-' •i.U i i* J. Will pay fancy prices for good milling wheat or- good feed oats, on track any station. Send samples and get my bid. Returns made in three day& WiMOORHEAD, MINN. Ji More Showers. 50,000 Bushels Wheat Bushels A 01 North Dakota: Showers to- S /pight possibly Thursday, ,. ,, Oats "jIM ti-'. .!? 1 Dwight M. Baldwin, Jr. ,f! il -t n •is?