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Walker Bros* & Hardy Fargo* North Dakota. General Printers and Bookbinders, Station* ers and Law Blank Publishers. STATE AGENTS FOR: Yft#man & Erbe Co. Sectional Filing Devices. Art Metal Construction Co. Steel Vault Fixtures. Elliott & Fisher Co Book Type writers. Burroughs Adding and Listing Machines. IJOU 6 BROADWAY tomatic Drama, Vaude ville, Popular Concerts- CON UNU JUS PLRFOR ANCE 2 to 5 p, m. and 7 t« II p. m. Admission 10c Children Be making. Afternoons Ppny Arcade in ConnectkMl *i ADMISSION FREE EXTRASPECIAL MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY The Palace of the Arabfatt Nigtts In 25 Dazzling, Beautiful Scenes fieiiriiductiim ursai, i fliiue at thoThaatro Robert-H§». aiu, Parts A marvel of fll|| The Olympic Games At Athens, (Ireece Lifn inutiuti inotiiros if thfi rf- Cflit ninunsts. won by ttin Ameri can team. The film is the finest thing nvor oil'nred by tba manu facturer. The miiKiiificeiiCM Of thfl Htadnini. tlio otiormntlf erowd, and the i)ictnrosiueteea of the M»IHPB MUST be se«u tu bo appreciated. OTHER PICTURES SPECIAL MUSICAL NUMBERS A great big entertainment. It would be a privilage to it at many times the price DON'T MISS IT i. IMtoek, «. t. filzamm RMttM, M. 9 DRS. RINDLAUB SmCKAUSTS, •YA KAR, NOSR ANU FARGO, N* T, Bleek. Dep* DRS. BASYE & de LENDRECIC Osteopathic Fargo Physicians Infirmary and of Chiropractors Osteopathy Established since May 10th, 1807, at 101 highth Street South, Fargo, N. D. Phone 853. Daring the month (if August the Fargo jifticas will fo open the entire day on uioHiays Thursdays and Saturdays, ?t'1' Jrr'"T? ,r':'v) to 8:30 p. m. on Mondays, \onnosdayn and Frtna: Minii.,on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. j. m. 'hoiia do Lendrecie's cottage. to 3 i). t'h By®, Ear, NOM OFFICES and Throat HOSPITAL A. BEAUDOUX, M. D.tj SPECIALIST. Fanro, H, Di Practice Limited to Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throats. HOSPITAL: Edwards Bldg. Third Floor. U Eighth St. Nortfe.' Opposite Presbyterian Charcb. Bird Cities Along the Coast. Brooklyn Citizen: All along the coast of the Atlantic ocean are little cities inliabi^ul by Wi^s alone. Gard ners Island! at ixtremity of Long Island, fs the place where the fish hawks come during the breeding time and, owing to the friendly attitude of the family living on the island, the os preys have become tame and build their nests upon the ground instead of in the big trees. In the Indian river of Florida is a small island called Pelican island. It received its name from being one of the favorite settle ments for the pelicans during their nesting season. These bird cities or! settlements are under the protection of the American Ornithological union. & Fornnj Want Ads Get Results. i* ppn-"—:— A I S E K N S POPULAR AMUSEMENT THEATRE No. I, Broadway Vaudeville and Moving Pfctura Show PROGRAMME FOR TODAY MISSINO LHU4CY Will show the ladie* how to save their hus band*' money and assure thtir happiness THE THREE Cf NT LBBKS The adventure* of a gentleman sent to make purchase at the grocery. MINIATURE T1EATR8 WM please the Chl'd en and Interest the grown folks THE SERENADERS We hat Mffnsdrrs before but this Is dlf fcrcnt and good PROGRAMME FOR TODAY PUSSY'S BREAKFAST JUVENILE CHICKEN THIEF THE FOLLOWERS OF WOMEN PLAYINQ TRUANT ILLUSTRATED SONG: BUNKER HILL" ADMISSION 10c. CHILDREN Sc AFTERNOONS ONLY. BISMARCKER FOR TAFT. Attorney Cochrane Was Mistaken for the Big Secretary of War. Steele Ozone: A short time ago \lien Attorney Cochrane was down jii im Bismarck, he gave us an inter 11 ling account of his trip to the West Indies, and to eastern points. He said h' would not live in Cuba for a mil lion. On the road through the south in- was on the same train with the L'-ngworths, who, it may be remem red are connected with the presi ii-ru, and it was rumored that Secr«s i.-u-y Taft was also on the Longwortli ii*. So when 'Squire Cochrane got "ut to take air on the station plat i rms, he was at once ogled, dodged and bumped as the war secretary. He •lid not know what was up until a iriend told him he was the secretary. He laughed at the supposed joke and that made it worse. Everybody knows what at trademark Taft's laugh is, and Cochrane has one very much like it. A man came up and intimated that some ladies wanted to have him sa ya few words. Somebody was there who had met the secretary and felt slighted be cause he was so offish. It was no use to say he*was not Taft, for they sim ply thought he wanted to be stuck up. •'I thought the secretary was ta genial, friendly man," said one, "but he is un social and wants to dodge the pubic." Finally the pseudo secretary had to tell a few anxious, inquirers that he was just a plain North Dakota iawyer, who lived on the Big Muddy and was about to make his first trip aboard a real ship a thousand miles away. This was accepted with varying degrees of satisfaction by the passengers on the train.- We want to meet parties who have so,mo resi,lence 1 ILLUSTRATED SONO Ihe Man in the Overalls" Atfrtiifslon lOe Childran 6c AfternMtis. Bast ventilated Antti'flmeni plaeeia ike two cities. CRESCENT Corner Fourth and Front, Moor head, Minn. ..CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE.. lots for sale. A tan- »r'rertract adjoining the city limits will be considered. O. W. Kerr Co. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. 4ARNBT* KlOHABD»lM neyn at Law. Offices. 4 am 4 H*ruu building, Broadway, iOBKItTH, AtiGUHTDi, HtLVDRKSOSi Broadway, iTarge. Probate prao tice a siKH-'ialty. 'BE. AliTH UH B.. ATTORNEY a* La*V Offlcea. rooms 1, 2, 8, No. 18 Hroadway Fargo. Practice* In all courts. ^DKNKtt, H. R„ ATTOKNBY A* LA"W. Oflires in Edwards Buildiag, hroadway' Practicea In all conrta. 4ILLKH. IIKNRY F.. ATTORNHY AMD ComiHetlor at Law. Over Fargo XatUnal Bank it lock. Kartto. tOIJINMON, J. R-, ATTOUNRy A* LAW. 61i Front Street, FarKO, rrnrticaa In air courts. Tax cases a specialty. 4COTT, W. AAWOKNBY A* LAW Offices ftcfond floor Morton Bi*ek. Brni) way. Fargo, N. D. PHYSICIANS. »E. PAUL SORKNKS8, P«Y810IA» A*Jj Sorgeoo. Office over «k Freot Sfr Fargo R. P. H. &qrgeon flrng stote. reaideuce. M. €, S. 'OALLANDBK, PHTSF«3lAIv «pd Sorxeoot Ottiie, deLendreeia Block. creet Honrs: 11 to 12, 8 to 8, 7 to J. 84S-K 845-L residence. AHKn\ PnTRIClANS and Surgeons. di f-cndwle Block gVMr Kpventh 8tr*«t Bontli and FroHt Office iKMira: to «nd 7 to 9 a. m., Farico, Jf. D. R. A. 0. MOKR1S. PHTSlClAlf AND' Surgeon. Office orer Wlis^r'a drag y8 Front Street. Bourv* 9 to 13L to I ind 7 to 8, t048s ••UNiJ&tt'i .-4Kbits ivp LicjBNSitiD KutiALwait roaam- •uptrilea. J. r. Biee, 8 8«nth im| wa f. Ofllca aoutfe of Moody's ate re. NORTH DAKOTA KERNELS The Wheatland Odd Fellows will i» tue $3,000 in bonds to complete Jit $5 •00 temple and operahouse. j)—(•—(•) Minot is going to have a grain grow ers' convention next January. The St. Thomas Times charged that there were too many kinds of wine served at the banquet at Devils Lake— to Senator Hansborough—and there has been no banquet—and there you are. Sir-®—® Mayor Morgridge of Grand Harbor has sold his department store a threat he. tiasmade for about thirty years. GfSh~S Threshing has begun In Saryent county. ®H5~® A Grand Forks man traded his auto for a piano for his wife. He used to take his wife with him in the auto and now he can accompany her on the piano. (8)—®—@ Congressman Marshall has recom mended Chas. Bennett of LaMoure for the naval cadetship at Annapolis. It la now claimed that the wheat crop in North Dakota will be itefrer 80,000,000 than 100,000,000. ®—s)—(•) Druggist Lockett of Btnford ha to become a musician. y iiyy-p) Editor Weatherhead of The Hllls boro Blade has been a grass widower for two months, but again has his family at home and is a model bene diet, once more. C. H. Baker of Devils Lake'has the people going and coming. He sells both ice .ind coal. (5)—(•)-(•) Norman Richette was arrested by Chief Hurst of Devils Lake on the charge of selling liquor to the Indians. Milton seems to be infested with crooks. (ft—®—0it The Milton mill has been sold to Hermanson Bros, of Gary, Minn. At McHenry some of the business men raised $100 to prosecute Illegal hunters. A snea£ thief went throuffr ihe 'ornmercial hotel at Hunter. 5 V 1 1 The editors of The Alliance and The Times-Record at Valley City do not seem to be as harmonious as they were some months ago. (•"—(i)—(el C. H. Crockard has started The Herald at Douglas. (SWA_»5, That red clover can be profusely cultivated and raised in western Ward county has been successfully demon strated by Silas Sefton, a broad gauged farmer living south of Minot. A sample grown on his place this year shows a growth of nearly two feet. (•}—(•—W i Myron King the bonanza farmer at Starkweather has just completed a $10 ,000 residence on his splendid farm located a mile, or BO from the townsite. fSv— A new flax mill is to be erected at Mayville next month. T. M. Murphy of Santo*** hft« vented a device for preventing rail road rails from spreading which prom ises to be a good thing for the rail road companies, and for the inventor as well. (J5V— The punishment for hunting without a permit is not less than $20 fine not more than $50 or imprisonment for riot more than thirty days or both fine and imprisonment, 6MSM8} Slot machines, cards and dice have been tabooed in Linton. The farmers elevator at Sanborn will be ready to receive grain by Sept. 1. The son of J. O. Olson of Bowbells. who was injured by a mower tongue fulling on him, fracturing his skull, and who was operated on by Dr. Lcnfest, is getting along nicely, '•J—C®)—f» A crew of Northwestern Telephone Co. linemen are putting tn a new' ex change at Pembina. v President Kelly of the farmers' road says he will put in $30,000 towards building a first-class modern hotel in Devils Lake. (9$ i, i Henry Bakken thresheci over 1,000 bushels of barley on his farm near Mayville. This was a yield from forty acres of land. ($V— Minot has passed a new building or dinance calculated to benefit the class of structures erected in the future. New machinery will be purchased for the Hatton mill, and the lnstltu As Chas. Shelly of Leeds was driv ing home with a ioad of feed he had ground at a neighbor's mill, his little son, Clarence, about 8 years old, fell V THE FAItaO FOTUTM AND DATLT REPUBLICAN",. THKSDAY KVKNFNG, AF(UTST 28," Wfi. 4 Judge Burke will open a Tipeeial term of the district court for Logan county at the court house in Napoleon, at 9 a. m., on Sept. 12, to accommodate the many persons making final proofs, etc., who must have their final certi ficates of naturalization. a Former Chief of Polico D, H. Kim ball, who since the election of Mayor Greenleaf, has been an assistant on tiie force, has severed his connection with the force, the resignation taking effect immediately. '•V—rtiW—^8) Last year's report shows that in the construction of new railroad mileage North Dakota led with 632 miles Texas was second with 323 miles, and only four states, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Dela ware, had no new mileage built in 1905. The total for all the states and territories was 5,000 miles. f®) A Sanborn citizen took a shot at a midnight marauder skulking about his hen roost but missed. It is to be re gretted that his aim was poor. tioh* wftl be started up again in full ^ttHey Milling Co. is a new flouring blast. off the wagon, the hind wheel passed ing $2,000 in structural additions to over his neck and head, WUin« him its plant and the power and capacity instantly. for making electricity will be more than Bismarck has made great strides commercially. It would be strange if it had not for it has a geographical location to make it a natural commer cial center. i3usiness has been greatly stimulated since the entering of the Soo road into this territory—mer chants of every class soon discovered that they had a much larger field to cover and thousands more people to Invite to come here to trade. An in dex to this is the conspicuous success of the Bismarck .wholesale grocery house. It was established two or three years ago. The first year's business doubled the expectations of the man agement and the second was doubled again and the house still enjoys a substantial standing. There is also wholesale fruit house, the Lewis Vidger-Loomis Co. There is also a transfer house here of the Internation al Harvester Co., and it will soon oc cupy an Immense building of its own. The output this year will far exceed that of 1905 which was remarkably heavy. The J. I. Case Threshing Ma chine Co. does a heavy transfer busi ness from a large building which they own. In general agricultural machin ery three retail firms carry very exten sive lines. The growth of this branch of business in Bismarck the last three years has been conspicuous. Business expansion is prominently reflected in the fact that thirty-three traveling men and their families re side at Bismarck and there is a council of tho U. C. T. maintained here. On Sundays the boys make their home at the rooms of the commercial club. Trading visitors to Bismarck will find no lack of facilities, for every branch of business is remarkably well represented. There are three depart ment stores carrying stocks which would do credit to cities double and treble the population of Bismarck. The majority of the stores are particularly striking for the modern excellence of their appointments and display of goods—the metropolitan city air Is .everywhere apparent. Bismarck mer chants have kept pace with the greatn possibilities and today are using every advantage tending towards business growth and expansion. The J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co. has a large transfer business from a spacious building which that com pany owns. Among the propositions which the commercial club has befor. it are wholesale hardware and har ness houses. Inside business location on the main business streets command rentala at $125 a month. Hotels and Buildings. By the ides of November the capi tal city will be able to fill the bill its to capacity and quality of hotel ac eommodations—a condition which will i be hailed with joy by the legislators and hundreds of people attracted to I the seat of the state government. The Grand Pacific is a new, modern structure to cost $60,000, three storh s higH. It is attractive in design and will be perfect in appointment. It is on Fourth street and closely adjacent I to the railway passenger stations. I The new Soo, between Broadway and Main street, is another enterprise, i of Edward G. Patterson, the well known host of the historic Sheridan. This new pile is to cost in the neigh borhood of $50,000 and will come under the classification flrstclass. Extensive improvements are contemplated In ex isting hotels An addition to the brick block in which are the postoffice and other gov erifment offices, to cost $15,000 and fifty feet in size, is in course of com pletion. The Northern Pacific freight shed, brick, has had to be doubled in size this summer in orjjer to meet the larger in and out business which has been stimulated by expansion ot business territory, and the new activi ty which has come to Bismarck. that company's great plies at Fargo and Grand Forks. In, course of erection by the Missouri mill of 200-barrel daily capacity, with a iKjssible increase of 400 barrels. It is to be equipped with the best of ma chinery «nd labor-saving devices of every character. The Hughes Electric Co, is expend- 1 (Continued from Page Seven.) and faculty of the city high school. The teaching force consists of three Sisters of St. Benedict, and one music teacher of the same order. It is the intention to erect a modern school building at a cost of $10,000, on lots bought east of the church for school purposes. St. Alexius Hospital. More than two decades ago Bis marck gained fame by the establish ment by a body of devout Benedictine Sisters of a hospital which t*iey dedi cated to St. Alexius. The sisters ac quired a substantial brick and stone building, dignified in design, which vvas originally intended for a hotel, buf as the promoters of the latter saw a possible financial burden as such, at that time, they availed themselves of the opportunity to sell, and it was sold to the sisters. From the begin ning the head of the institution has been Sister Boniface, and with strug gles at times it has been made a suc cess and oftentimes the. demand for the excellent medical and surgical care to be obtained here has been far in excess of the capacity. During the year 760 patients were cared for, and since the opening 4,887. Last year there were 400 surgical cases attended to and the institution is still crowded. In the hospital and parochial school there ar^ twenty-six sisters regularly engaged. ftuaineaa Growth* NORTH DAKOTA CAPITAl CITY IS ENJOYING AN i I ERA OE PROSPERITY AND GREAT DEVELOPMENT 1 doubled. This company also supplies local telephone service and toll con nections to over fifty towns and vil lages on the Missouri Slope, western North Dakota and a score of points in eastern Montana, and it will soon have connections with the wide area of the Red River valley and contigu ous territory. A mansion-like home with harmon ious grounds and environments, to (jost $40,000, is in course of erection for Col. C. B. Little who for more than a quarter of a century has been closely and extensively identified with Bismarck prosperity and growing ac tivity. The growing popularity of the city in a business way has created the in evitable defhand which comes with ad vancing commercial supremacy, that of a flat building, and it is being erected to the order of George Guss ner. Federal and State. Tt Is not the purport of an article of this character to enter fully into the descriptive of the various United States and state buildings which are located at Bismaick, but a mention is necessary to make complete the story of Blr-marck's growth and importance as the capital city, and in this line "finis" cannot be written, for several years will elapse before the contem plated undertakings are completed and institutions have reached the maxi mum intended. A pride of the city is Fort Lincoln, designed to be a batallion U. S. A. fdicers' ost. At present there are four sets of quarters, barracks for two companies of infantry, and now $400, 000 is to be expended in storehouses, etc. Another enterprise is an Indian school. The site for this has been bought and the initial expenditure for construction will amount to $50,000. This will be another prominent feature of the official life of the city, and a decided addition to its importance. Railways and River. Besides being situated on the Mis souri river, Bismarck is entered by two of the great railroad lines, the Northern Pacific and the Soo, and there are rumblings that the C., M. & St. P. will invade this territory very soon in ordeV to share the increasing business which must come from the extraordinary fertile regions which bound this now acknowledged business center, especially on the north and south. In addition to the grand new passenger station erected by the Northern Pacific, three or four years ago at a cost of about $75,000, that company maintains a large freight de pot and yards. Also the Soo has a well appointed terminal passenger station ample for the big business which it does, and, too that road has freight sheds and round house. Eleven pas senfer trains arrive ar.d depart from Bismarck every business day and they include six on the Northern Pacific which stop every day. In the fall to facilitate the move ment ff crops from tip and down river points tributary to this city, there is considerable activity with freight boats. Lasi winter the great million dollar bridge, erected first in OURS 1S81, Ji U/ye, The Taylor store and office building is an other prominent improvement. To meet the largely increased patronage, the Bismarek Steam Laundry Co. has had to invest $8,000 in new and larger quarters. The Bismarck Wholesale Grocery Co. have perfected arrange ments for a new and substantial pile next, to th« Soo depot. The International Harvester Co. Is to have a warehouse and office build ing of monster proportions similar to (. »s• was re placed by a structure three times as heavy, as the first one was too light for the greatly increased traffic, much larger engines and greater number of trains which traverse the line east and west. Societies." Masonic bodies ape represented BRISTOL & SWEET CO. "V 4-,* DEMONSTRATION COUPON I aau enntomplHtiug pnrohabiug A car and would like to have *, 4 Shoes are made of leather* Yes, si But no two hides are altke. Hardly two parts of the same hide are the same quality. A skin is stiff here, stretches^ tharg* The belly is flexible, the back rfgitf Shoe-making skill and "knack" pick out the hide that is best for each make of shoe and the part of the hide that is best for each piece —soles and vamps and counter. Selection of leather plays an im portant part in making a shoe which retains its shape, with just enough give to be easy but rigid enough to stand the strain. GOTZIAN SHOES hav* endur ance and wearing quality. Because the hides and the patts of the hide are skillfully chosen. The GOTZIAN SHOE must be absolutely right or it won't do. "How Shoes are Made," a booklet easy to read, sent free on request, tells the rest of the story. The Gotzian Shoe Made in St. Paul by C. Gotziaa & Ca» siast 1S53 by several branches, and the O. E. S. There are strong lodges of Knights of Pythias and Odd Fallows and there are several ot the fraternal insurance or ganizations represented. Socially Bismarck, as the seat Of the state government and the execu tive mansion, is to the fore and bien nially there are a series of brilliant functions official and private. Natural ly the close proximity of a U. S. mllir tary post to the city lends much to the social life and clubdom. In the latter are the Current Events, the Fortfiightly, and the Monday club. In all thsre are a number of very clever women and a good and useful spirit IS maintained. JBXCLUSIVI&Y JOBBERS AND MANUFACTURER^ i^| FARGO, N. D. The Pioneer Factory of the Northwest. is the famous EAOLE BRAND COLLAR, stuffed 6n!y with selected long rye straw. We use no short straw. They are the perfection of fit, and that means everything to the farmer. Look for the label of the EAGLE and our guar antee on every collar. Our EAGLE BRAND HARNESS for quality and fullness of widths are unsurpassed. w All Dealers Handle the B. & S. EAGLE BRAND Harness and Collars. Take a Ride ir| V Ask for a demonstration of the powerful and easy riding 30 H. P. 1 Shoes $3.50 and $4.00, Made in St. Paul these fifty years* COLLARS Established Olds mobile—take you any time. CARLOAD NEW MACHINES #|^Sf 4 CADILLACS We are agents for these tw© tpaehines—the best low priced autos on the market, y We alaa cairy a good line of Automobile Supplier Model demonstrated to me, A convenient i n w o u e o o k N«"»« Address 1881. K Big' "Olds 99 6*/?© Frank Lynch Co. A Cm o N i.j, V. 'te ARRIVED .j| 1 ,• -j**'' i ,%i v-' .r-1 s I v:', '-W'£. 1 ..