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E N I S Dr. W. A. BricKar. 10 IrMrtwiy, avw CferiatiaaMn'a Drtf Star*. I*. C. ROMT DMBHSII hrciklR PlWn*. Porevtaln Crown and Biidg* Work a Specialty. S Offloa: Third Floor, K1 wards Bnildlng. DR. r. Drs. F. H. Bailey & Kachelmacher, SPECIALISTS BYB, BAR, NOSB ANU PHONE fS T. J. Young & Co. 1(/ Paid Up Capital and Surplus $150,000. GENERAL OfflCT AT FARGO Rl IAIL YARDS AT GARDNER, N. D. ARGUSVILLE, N. ft, HARWOOD, N. O. MA PL ETON, N. ft. HORACE, N. D. WARREN, N. D, WOODS, N. 0. LEONARD, N. a FARMINGTON. N. I SHELDON, N. D. BUTTZVILLE, N* I LISBON, N. D*? DWIGHT, N. D, WAHPETON, «. #, WILD RICE, N. ft, HICKSON, N. D. Orders taken at general office In Fargo for all of the above yard* W» JC. Ball, D•. J. GrtTti, Dr. John R. Cromb O K N I S S 8 to I*. Plr.t National ftaak Stock. Taiaphoa* 363-L. Df. H. DaalUt Office: loom 6, daLendreole Block. Corner Pront end 7th Street 8o,, Farao K. WEIBLE, I«ntist Suite 1-2. Tel. 1014-L, 614 Pront St. DR. FRANCES K. XOSci Specialist. Dlaeacea of Women and Children. S Office—Third Floor Edward* Building, THROAT. Fargo, North Dakota. Darrow Sfospifal MQORHE&Q Best Equipment and Nurses. Ac commodating all Physicians and Patients. 'PHONE J80-L. O V e We have the only up-to-date furniture vans in the city. We make a specialty of moving and have careful men. Will furnish Van and 2 men for $1.25 per hour. GOODS STORED, PACKED AND SHIPPED, BRICK STOREHOUSE With separate stalls for household goods, $3.50 to $5.00 per month for full stalls. Smaller lots accord ing to space occupied* IhATf-Kn JON* I T^fisteve&sticures Migatm „jf ITISH Neartbum.dfspwiddnddll )HARMACAL (®0. Stomach complaints, f» 1 SftZrr&TTrt. CAN YOU ENJOY A SQUARE MEAL? Do yon s!t down at the table with a fine appetite Intending to enjoy your meal lm luensly and after a few mouthfuls give up in despair? That's a typical "well along" case of Indigestion or dyspepsia. Hundreds, yes, thousands are ln the same boat and are willing to do almost anything to be as they used to—healthy, well and strong wltb ft good sound stomach. The best and quickest cure offered to that big ariny of (sufferers Is DB B?E*CER'S ENGLISH DYSPEPSIA WAFERS. The curing powers of these wafers are very Simple to understand. They are natural in their workings and effects, taking up the work of the worn and wasted stomachs, flighting the food thoroughly and com pletely. British Pharmacai Co., Milwaukee. Wis, Distributors, Price 50 cents lor sale by Fout & Porierfield One Fare Plus One Dollar •, Chicago to Boston and return via New "j York or direct route. The Lake Shore ^-ivill sell on May 31 to June 9, inclu ,, fcive, tickets to Boston and return at above route. Return limit by deposit, July 15—stopover of ten days at New J*'York on tickets reading via New York i on return trip. Write H. W. Browne, Jk.]N. W. P. A., 340 Robert street., St. ,1 Parti, Minn. Warren J. Lynch, pas ^•enger traffic 'manager, Chicago. VVIFW'WIIMMHMAM INCORPORATED 1899. MOORETON, N.fc BARNEY, N. D. PERLEY, MINN. GEORGETOWN, a o o u And Daily Republican. THE FORUM PRINTING CO. A. W. EDWARDS, CdNar. H. 6. PUMLKY, Maaa«ar. VOLUME XXIX No. 168. Entered at postoffice as second class matter. Tbe Fargo Forum and Republican Is In .venue published every evening except Sunday, the Loyal Kui^htH Teuiple, First Avei North, Kargo, N. D. p. m. N. H.—From west, 7 a. M., 10:55 p. m. F. At S 9:30 a. m., to equip a maniac with dynamite in- I a^urfs cessive wealth—its use has been the The power of excessive wealth in :r8 n THE FARGO FOBUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, MINN ELMER, MINN. COMSTOCK, MINN. WOLVERTON, MINN. Subscription—The Fargo Forum Dally Republican, by carrier, lfic per week, I vestleration bv the dpfprmlnafinn *1,0 or 40c per month. In advance $5 per year! I The Fargo Forum and Weekly Kepubftcun, I $1 per year. The Fargo Forum and Satur day Republican, $2 per year. Single copies 'Subser'1 Address all communications to The For-1 ciliated tn mat. SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1908. OFFICIAL PAPER OF CASS COUNTY FORUM TELEPHONE CALLS. Business Office 504L Composing Room 504M Editorial Room 639L Local Reporters and News Room 639M TIME CABD. Trains Arrive. N. P.—From east, 5:15 p. m., S:S0 a. 5:40 a. m., 5 7:90B. HD„ W.—From west, 7:05 p. m. and e&nStmP'_From 80ntb' 12:01 p' O. N.—Going west, 4:55 a. p. m. Moorhead Northern—Departs 5 a. G. N. to Aueta—Departs 6:20 p. m. G. N. Arrives from Aneta—10:26 a. I and 6 p. m. Q. N.—From "east, 4:55 8:00 m., 5 45 m. O. N.—From west, 6:55 «. a. 10:88 *. I M. N.—Arrives 10 p. in. Trains Depart N' P.*T?.I0* eaBt- 7:10- s ln" THE ABUSE OF POWER. w„ltL I taxes the best wisdom at our time. The country must regard the point as settled. It has come to the consideration of the second. The first answer to be given "is" President Roosevelt's "Square Deal. It is given in the vote upon the Hep burn bill, by the Standard Oil in-, V a The attainment of the power of wealth by the people generally is the third answer. And moderation and sobl",ety a. m., 1:52 p. m., sure «. s«»l and 11:10 p. m. N P-Going west. 6. 7:30 a. m., 5:25 p. 5:.55 p. m. r* w ^1—Going west, 8:30 a. m. ?A P*—Going south, 7 a. m„ and 7:40 p. m. Q. N.—Golnsr ^ast. 6:55 a. m.. 8 a. m. 10.00 a. m., 10.38 p. rn. 1 ba,Te. the time coming when a limit is to be "it\.anadndPOWers was fixed to the number of armed re-1 the it seldom keeps entirely sane. His- Ibave been delivered to him as said Potter. tory is largely the record of the op r/'provTded bylkw^cr'noV0.'^- Iec1, W f/i'"*'• x/ i cessive wealth—its use has been the I agreeably to the provisions! Coin ik same in most cases, oppression of the|of fald X" 7 7 e e e y e u s u a o e o o y I do Z J. feeble by the muscular, of the poorlv I armed by the well „r Lr .V. u umr' The problem of all ages has been how I n few and the spoliation of the many or else, as ln the case of Intellectual power, to attain for the many an equal force with that which had been achieved by the few. eyltauy prove, a, oppress a, „ny I ZtoUc:' -rrracy-their .10 ,' no less and no more. It is just as I E. F, Porter, It is just as] wise to put the larger part of the wealth in the hands of a few as to put the larger part of the power and shot guns in the control of w 11** n® contro1 power in Russia the money power in Packingtown. the peasants Chicago and tentions. So with a plutocracy. Their 4X1 -V Their tendency to consolidate W In evitable. The rise of a class of the inordinately wealthy ia Just as dan gerous to the welfare, happiness and progress of the American people as would be the rise of an hereditary aristocracy with special privilege. Such a class will be as Just to this people, as arp the titled owners of the land who are ^destroying the peo ple of England. I Professor Brander Matthews, the There is no suggestion of socialism chairman of "Mr. Carnegie's movement in such reflections. Socialism comes I toward the simplification of spelling, by omitting such reflections. And Just was talking recently about exaggera as power of almost any sort is bene- I tion flclal until it becomes excessive and I "We are too prone to exaggerate, the purpose of civilization is to de- he said "We exaggerate in our ad velop power, so with wealth. The I vertlsements. We exaggerate in our point at which it is to be curbed is Itrade rich rogue shall be as sure of goine names 011 their address slips. I adulation of monopolists is not cal- I roLf"3™61" °f are needed especially to make that the urging of (he first two answers shall not of the third. be at the expense Y THE O V E N O O N O A K O A Wealth Is power great wealth is I the revised codes of 1905 and the pub- French Grammar.—J. Keetela great power: enormous wealth is|lic»tion of an edition to be known as Pilgrimage to the Land of My Fath enormous power. The significance of I th^^evif!ed Codes this question is growing in the pop- L^mt7laS'Q°f !u® secretary !n fixed to the amount of wealth power Whereas, The act of the legislative which any man may be permitted to I assembly aforesaid provided that, have, just as in other ages a limit "When effect and be received pression of the weak by the strong. I fore, mere New Books in Five Cent Power of superior brute strength,! I. E. power of military force, power of su- I P8-'10*8* by virtue of the power in me perior intellect and education, power IC^e"of a^®r 01 ine poorly armed by the well armed, of the Ig- ln lull force and effect and be received norant by the wise, of the commons I by the gentry, of the poor by the rich. I mai'ks determined by the simplest and most as^ine^horsts?'"0 '&8 piactlcal test. It must be curbed I Professor Matthews laughed. when it becomes oppressive. The I "I entered one night,' question how, is the problem that "the 0 determination that going to prison as a poor rogue, by notice anA .'•peech. The disquisition upon the muck rake occupied one-tenth of 1 per cent of that speech, measured in importance of subject treated. The other ninety-nine and nine-tenths were devoted to the mention of the progressive tax. It was but a sug gestion, but such suggestions affe prophecies. I n, I'argo, N. D. cuiated to make them and their in-j "The races were crowded. The stltutlons popular. These are some of young lady had a place where she the ways of putting In practice "the|could Joint Resolution to Provide for the The Shepherd Lady*—Jean Compilation and Publication of the low. !*cfnVriSt? ^,des of North Dakota, of KeCond Thoughts Of an M!® Fel!o*-i 190.), Providing for the Payment and I J. K. Jerome. Directing the Manner of Sale of the Influence of the Zodiac Upon Hu- authorized the compilation of I man Life.—Eleanor Kirk this state deed excessive power is a kind of dy- Whereas, It has been certified to me ter Rabbit—Beatrix Pot namlte, and the man who possesses Iby secretary of state that there I Tale of Y. Barle* governor of North erf1^U"°M a°Lespeclal,y vest* hereby make known and pro- privilege, power of ex- claim that the said revision has been ccomP|etf,d o'*ipleted agreeably to the provisions Coin act' and tl^at thirty days from Hume, 8 °1 th'f proclamation the said revised codes 1905 shall be as a11 courts thereof. l®ftlrn™y I (Seal) E. Y. Sarles, E. F. Porter, Governor. Secretary of staje. Power becomes supremely danger-1New Haven, Conn., and Return $26.00. ous when it is in the hands of a class Jx^®c®unt .the convention of the Member"common class understand own I have tickets on sale June 1 to 4, to interests. They combine. Whatever I ^ew Haven, Conn., and return at rate disputes they may have with one an- 10f Ji2f*00* other, they present a united front to! ni a unilea front to I, E. F. Porter, secretary of state of .JT^ other power. The multimillionaire is IW05 will be delivered inMhe order no better and no worse than the man Iln whieh m-1 p®rf,pns perlor force. He is to be entrusted volume?11^8* *1X orders are received, to all desiring them upon payment Tickets can classes below them whom they I Several very desirable routes of exploit together. There is no relief fered. from their sway in their mutual con- I For ful1 competitions among themselves will w 1 ^,errln' General Agent, among memselves will I 430 West Superior street, Duluth. not secure the rights of the people, Minn. Pam I *be date of this proclamation of ?905 evidence of the laws of this state in .^®reof' uni° to control excessive power, almost in- Great Seal of the state of North Da evltably used for the privilege of the I kota 1 hav® here" set my hand. and caused the to be affixed at the capitol, In the 1906 °f B1Smircitr thl" l8t day of J"ne d°UarS per Secretary of State. Chicago to Buffalo, N. Y., refUrn'plus v,a Nk kel Plate of a few. I at one fare twenty-flve cents for The results would be practically the I the round trip. Tickets will be sold same in either case. The military Ifrom Chicago June 9, 10 and 11, with Road, return limit of June 25. Particulars at Nickel Plate office, No. 113 Adams street, room 298, Chicago, III. ^^wiii b® extended for return passage until June 30, 1906. Particulars and sleeping car aCCOm™odTatL°n' ,app'y t". fssw K 9 -t, .,r •. :. -T. lr, ... to' SATI It DAY EVENING, JUNE 8, 1906. and labels. Is a ninety- stU(Jy of a Str°ng The! "1 entered one night," he resumed, friend of mine. He hjL^C e,e( tro,iei ftrst beside it flamed a large wax candle. 'Why are you burning that candle there?' I asked. 'Well,' said my friend. know the electric light is sixteen candles, but you've no idea what a difference the seventeenth makes."* Senator La Follette was displeased with an answer that had been given to one of his questions. Elizabeth and Her German Garden*. M. A. B. von Arnlm. Life Thoughts*.—H. W. Beecher, Inferno*.—Alighieri Dante. Amussls*.— Jeremy Drexel If Not the Saloon—What?—J E Freeman. A Proclamation—State of North Da kota, Executive Department. Whereas, Chapter 41 of the laws of Visits to Remarkable Places. 2 vol4 1905,. passed by the Ninth legislative j—William Howitt m., and 8:52 assembly of the state of North Dakota, Literature, Its Principles and Prob ipproved March 15, 1905, entitled "A I lems.—T. W Hunt How to Prepare for Surop«.-~H. A. Guerber. Stories of Famous Operas.—3HL A Guerber. Companions*.—Arthur Helps. The Great Optimist*.—L. M. Hodges. Memorials of Thomas Hood 2 vol*.— Miss Hood. of 1905 and, ers 2 vo.*—Moses Margollouth. le^is,ative ,. I assembly aforesaid, authorized such Rates.—H. R. Mever ular mind. How much of this kind I revision and compilation to be con-1 Minn., N. & S. Dakota and Montana of power is consistent with real lib- I ducted under the supervision of the I Gazetteer. *»niana erty and rights in this country?" Is I of state and defined his du- connection the f,°^ shal! ?e there- comPletel talners that a nobleman Idelivered to the secretary of state, the gress. ave ful!_force and revision herein provided' w*. me r-resi- on the desk top gave a fair light andiSunday school at noon Young Peo- That is a most unsatisfactory ans wer, he said. "It tells no more than th® young see wel1, but her square deal." 1 place could see nothing. ., I "And at the most exciting Doint of Another answer has been suggested I the principal race thQ by the president In his "muck-rake" I cried excitedly: at the escort from his young man 'Can you see if the favorite's In front?' It s in front at one end,' the young lady replied, 'but I can't tell which end it Is.*" Fargo Public Library. Many new books have been received at the public library. The books that have been presented to the library are followed by the *. The list is: Inge- Government Regulation of Railway Cycling*.—L. H. Porter. Mlllenial Dawn.—C. T. Russell. Anthony Waynft—J. R. Spears. Autobiography, 2 vo.—Herbert Spencer. Messages and Papers of the Presi- and the books dents 1789-1897, 10 vo. *—U. S ConI I governor shall issue a proclamation,! Children's Books to flght, plunder and oppress for him? I setting forth the fact, and thirty davs I r, It is only less dahgerous to entrust Ithereafter said revised codes shall be Cabul.—G. A Henty. an able man with excessive power as Iln A Apple Pie—Kate Greenaway, Tailor of Gloucester.—Beatrix Pot ter. Squirrel Nutkin—Beatrix Ep-RIChraras- Pam Decides.—Bettina von Hutten. Peter's Mother.—Mrs. H. de La Pas ture. P«« A Forest Hearth.—Charles Major. A Yellow Journalist.—Miriam Mich elson. The Truth About Tolna.-r-Bertha Runkle. The Jungle—Upton Sinclair. The Girl With the Blue Sailor—B. E. Stevenson. The River's Children.—R. E. Stuart. Albert Gate Mystery—Louis Tracy. Sage Brush Parson.—A. B. Ward. Day-Dreamer.—J. L. Williams. Boss of Little Arcady.—H. L. Wil son. New Fiction Books in the.Free' List. Artie—George Ade. Dwala*.—George Calderon. Haunts of Men*.—R. W. Chambers, lone March.—S. R. Crockett. The Firebrand*.—8. R. Crockett. Black.—Alexandre Dumas. Love of Landry.—P. L. Dunbar. Sign of the Snake*.—Brownlow Fforde. Sister Jane*... jf, £. Harris. Love's Dilemmas*.—Robert Herrlck. The Slave*.—Robert Hichens. The Londoners*.—Robert Hichens. Beauty's Daughters*.—M. H. Hun gerford. Observations of Henry.—J. K. Je rome. Panchronicon*.—H. S. Mackaye. History of Lady Betty Stair*.—S. E. Sewell. Guerndale*.—F. J. Stimsoit,* Great Stone of Sardis.—F. R, Stock ton. Mystery of the Sea*.—Bram Stoker. Expiation*.Octave Thanet. Kings in Adversity.—E. S. VanZlle. Mantle of Elijah*.—I. ZangwiU. S 1 M. Cotl+et&ii John St«ele.-Rob-' The Scholar's Harradon. A Thief In the Night.—E. W. Hor nung. of Edward VII*.—Fergus Daughter.—-Beatrice Hard Coughs German services at the Zion church of the Evangelical association on Tenth street and First avenue south, every Sunday at 11 a. m. ant' 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a* m„ and Y. P. A. meeting at 6:30 p. m. All German friends are cordially in vlted to attend the services. H. Loe wen, pastor. Norwegian Baptist church.—Corner of Fourth street and Second avenue north. Morning services at 10:45 pie's meeting at 7 p. m. evening ser vice at 7:46. All are cordially invit ed. N. J. Lee, pastor, residence 1328 Fourth avenue north. Sunday services at the Broadway M. E. church. Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 8 p. m. Rev. McCracken will preach in the morning and the Rev. Dr. Spencer of Japan in the even ing. Sunday school at 12 m. Ep worth league devotional meeting at 7 p. m. Presbyterian church—All services In Pirie's hall morning worship at 10:30 a. m., sermon theme. The changing Meaning of the Changeless Christ. Mr. Greaves will sing a solo Sunday school at 12 o'clock Y. P. S. C. E. at 7 p. m. evening service at 8 p. m. Dr. Dudley will preach ln the even ing. Strangers cora tally We!cotner«it all services. First Methodist^ Episcopal church^ Herbert G. Leonard, pastor. Class meeting 9:45 a. m. Sunday school 12 m. Epworth league 7. Rev. Dr. Spencer of Tokio, Japan, will speak at 10:30 a. m. The pastor preaches at the evening service. Mrs. Jessie Tay lor Hall, director of music Prof. N. O. Rowe, organist. First Church of Christ, HetenUst-r Services af 10:45 a. m., Aaker Busi ness college, corner Roberts street and Second avenue north. Subject, God, The Preserver of Man. Sunday school at 11:50 Wednesday evening meet MARTIN HBCTM, Praaideot. ROBERT JONES E. J. WEISEB FRED A. IRISH J. W. SMITH L. B. BANMA .... For State News Read The Forura. 5 Mi vers and Directors W. Macfadden, Prcs't F. C. Gardner, Vice Prest. Geo. H. Phelps, Cashier. F. E. Kenaston, H. H. Jenkini? C. A. Wheelock. L. Christians*?!!, Sam Mathew#. Capital Paid in you are He will tell you the special danger of hard coughs in your case. Then ask him what he thinks about your taking Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. If he says it is a good medicine, why nottake it? We have no aeoreta! WopublUh .C. AyerCo., ttio formulas of all our medicines! I.ow.ll, Hoi. WHERE TO WORSHIP. A. L. WALL, DEALER Corner of Front and Eleventh Street*. Phone 386. Fargo, N. b. FABOO BAN KINO HOUSES. FARM MnONAL BANK O. J. deLENDRBCIB, Vice Presldeat. DOTTCTOSS S. G. Wright. Have you forgotten that family history of yours, with its ten dency to weak lungs? Your doctor has not, if you have! ings at 8 o'clock. Reading room, Eflt* wards block, room 48, second fiooft Hours 1 to 4 every afternoon except Sunday. Christian Science literature is kept for Sale and also on flle. A cordial Invitation is extended to the public. n First Baptist church Services at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Pulpit will he occupied both in the morning and eve ning by Rev. G. H. Davies. Morning subject, The Reply of the Emper^rt Akbar evening subject, Visions. A. Call to Service. Musical numbers win be: Short organ recital Mrs. Dodsley Solo—Evening Prayer Baldwin Mrs. Dilworth. Trio—Praise Ye the Lor| .... Giebol Quartette—Cantate DomlttO .... Buck Chorus—What Are These Arrayed.. ... .. ...... Stalner At First Congregational church— Children's day service at 10:30 a. m., including a brief sermon full sermon at 8 o'clock p. m. S. S. at 12:10 Y. P. S. C. E. at 7:0Q p. m. mid-week service Wednesday evening at 7:45. Chorus choir led by Prof. George. The meeting at the Young Woman's club rooms at 4 o'clock Sunday after noon will be conducted by Miss Avis Lathorp, and the usual cordial invi tation is extended to all women to be present. Free Methodist—Service at 3 p. m., cornei' Tenth street and First avenue south. Cordial Invitation extended all to attend. O. E. McCracken, pas tor. First Norwegian Lutheran church— vomer of Roberts street arid Fourth avenue. Confirmation services In the English language at 10:30 commun ion services in the evening at 8. All are welcome. A. O. Fonkalsrud, pas tor. Cheap Rates To Hew Haven, Conn., from CMeago direct and via New York City, June 2, 3, 4, and 5. Extended return Vimit June 30. Write Nickel Plate Road, room 298, No. 113 Adams street, Chi cago, for particulars. O. J. de Lendrecie. G. E. Nichols. United States Depositary. The Board of Directors of the First National Bank of Fargo W A. scorr JOHN S. WATSON ». S. LEWIS S8TH NEWMAN J. A. MONTGOMBJtY THE OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK IN NORTH DAKOTA. v A. L. Loomis, Arthur B. Lee, Attorney. N. A. LEWIS, President, ©. O. BARNRS, Vice President. O. B. NICHOLS, Jno. 8. Watson. JAS. KENNEDY A. L. ttOODY OS. BAKES, Jt. H. KNIGHT PETE* LUGO Commercial Bank of fargo "Money in a bank is more than money it is irharacter. The man with a bank account is reliable man. He is a good citizen." We give every account our best attention and all customers courteous treatment. $100,000. It solicits the business of banks, corporations and individuals de nting the services of a concern conducted along these lines. Safe Deposit Boxes f*orRent H. W. (IRARBY. Vice President changing your pres. nt h.mking relations or opening ad ditional onei, we shall be glad to confer with you. DIRECTOR*. O. a. Banicc. M. W. (Icerey, W. P. PortcrfleM, S. S, Lyon, w N. A* L«wt«, J. fc'Swteo, SUveaseaJUunlop, W. P. Ball, Stewart Wilson, Alex Stern, £. p. SptUlaft S. S. LYON, Cashier. g, Surplus The management of this institution aims to conduct a careful conservative, legitimate business. It extends to its friends and patrons such accommodations as tneir accounts and responsibility warrant. $25,000. 5 I I I •?. S-i K .j i k V •i v.