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o i" r' The event of chief import about the college this week has been the opening of school. Registration began Mon day in by day, a a of the total ing tor the two smoothly as usual. Hsile Chlsholm, foreman of the forge shot has not entirely ity And long TIm Lewis, Vidger, Loomis Co. WHOLESALE FRUITS COMMISSION MERCHANTS Fargo. FAROO MERCANTILE WHOLESALE GROCERS "Diamond Sheaf Brand" Canned Oooda—"Royal Banoer" Cigars. N. D. Agricultural College «J and has continued during the whole week for the late comers and from the correspondence day that comes very large increase in attendance is to be expected all of next week. So far the registration shows most favorable growth over preceding years and this lmprove^ ment comes not only in the number enrolled but in the class of work for uhich this number 7'. fs per cent enrolled, fully enrollment long be courses. Wednesday the first convocation of the school year was held, President Worst welcoming the old and new stu dents with words of hearty encourage ment and gentle admonishing. Miss Grasse our new instructor in piano made a most favorable impression with the faculty and student body In the numbers that she presented. The rectffrerfcd from his serious attack of pneumonia but he was able to organize his classes in frirge work Thursday. These Tlajwfr* will temporarily be In charge of R. C5. Patterson, a blacksmith of great abil experience. Miss Jaredine Thompson engaged as student assistant studio will be very soon overcrowded. The engineering department is con ducting a series of experiments along the line of the work done by the fed eral government at Fort Riley, to de termine the economic value of the "tireless cooker." Enough has been done to show that this method of STACY FRUIT COMPANY Qeneral Commit sou Merchant! Jebbtra and Wholesale Dealers Long Distance Phone 245 L. F. C. GARDNER & CO Wholesale Cigars 116 BROADWAY. FAHOO ~S FERRIS, GRADY & REIN EKE (incorporated) WHOLBSALB CIGARS SS Broadway. HALL-ROBERTSON HARDWARB CO. WHOLESALE HARDWARE Cutlery, Sporting Uouda, Stove* and Paints. Cor. N. P. Ave. & 8th St. S. Long Distance Phone 828 The Perry-Tyner Co. Wholesale Butter, Eggs, Cheese, Poultry, Game and Provisions. Consignments Solicited. Cold Storage. Fargo, N. D. Everhart Candy Co. Largeat Pure Food Candy Factory In the West Chocolates, Bonbons, Bulk Goods MADE IN FARGO. Hanson & Wall rr Wholesale Ice Cream Manufacturers Qnarantee shipments 280 Ml lea Fargo, N. D. Ml, I cooking is not only practical and suc cessful but is also simple and very eas ily performed. These cookers are sim ilar to the old fashioned Dutch "hay box" but more scientifically construct ed and are more efficient. With the flrek'ss cooker, any article that will cook at the boiling point of water may be prepared for the table at a saving of from 60 to 70 per cent of the fuel ordinarily used for the purpose. Those who do not understand the laws of heat are apt to doubt that cooking can be carried on without the immediate presence of Are but one demonstra tion is sufficient to dispel the misgiv ings of the most skeptical. Those who use gas and electricity for cook ing are particularly interested be cause the savtng is more pronounced where these sources of heat are used in the kitchen. b. mechanical department "began the school year with a marked in crease in the number of students for the fall term. Shop began Thursday and Monday will find the drawing room and laboratories Working as At the first band rehearsal, Wednes day, there were present more than double the number present on the opening day last year. Some talent ed new material has come in and more in yet to come. First Sergeant Otten Who played trumpet last year will play the new baritone saxaphone. The cor net section will be very strong this year with Horner, a new man, in the first chair and Laske, Hilborn, Long, Andrews, Gertensen and Henderson to compete for the other places. There are seven clarinets already in sight and several more will be in by October Jst. The band will be larger and heft ier than ever. The la work of opens the piano department most ha i been ip draw ing for the year and from applications that are coming in for this work, her auspiciously and Miss Grasse has already enrolled several pupils. She is to teach voice and will undoubtedly have a large class in this department a ipso. First Lieutenant Van Horn will be Dr. Putnam's student assistant in the band work this year. He"will assist in the sectional work of the cadet band and teach in F«r» dn, Domestic and Call fetal* FRUITS. the rudimentary work. i band #y An extensive series ,, of practical painting tests will be commenced this fall in connection with the mare paint if -1 nyp i FARGO MILL COMPANY Manufacturers of High Grade Dakota FLOUR "PRIDE OF DAKOTA" the Be*t e- Sfc- u e n k k a -r# —s C. F. Greenwood E. A. Off GREENWOOD, ORR CO, tyholetale Stationery and StS" tioner'a Specialties 614 Second Avenue North $-" •yjV :.v. -$ FARGO MANUFACTUING CO. worn) w o k k s BOW'HWS BROS., Proprietors. Sash and Doors, Storm Sash, Store Fronts, Screens, Hardwood Lumbar, Flooring, Water Tanks, Plate, Leaded and Window Glass, Office Flxturea Counters. Fargo Foundry Company Manufacturers Gasoline Engines. General Foundry and Machine Worli Flrat St. and N. P. Ave., Fargo' 8- NORTH WEST FRUIT DISTRIBUTORS W, A. White, Manager Representing SHIPPERS AND PACKERS In all Sectlona of the Pacific Northweat 8- "$ N. D. Book and Stat'onery Co. Wholesale Stationers Papeteriea, Wrapping Paper, Tablets, Office Supplies. Quick Service. Honeat Prices. BRISTOL & SWEET HARNESS CO. Fargo, N. D. Established 1881 The Pioneer Manufacturer! of the Northwest. HARNESS- COLLARS- SADDLERY. MONSON TRUNK FACTORY Trunks Direct From the Factory to th* User. MONSON PAYS THB PREIOHT Send for New Catalogue. Meredith Drug Co, Wholesale Drugs Paints and Oils, Stationery and Druggists' Sundries. law. Undvr the direction of Commis sion E. F. Lndd, a large structure near ly eighty feet ^long and six feet high is being erected in a secluded feectlon of the college campus. One side of this structure will be covered with dif ferent kinds of riding and the other side with plain boards, representing the more usual kinds of finishing woods, and will furnish ample space to try out more than twenty of the more widely used mixed paints and hand mixed combinations. Great pains have been taken to select such combina tions and conditions as are found most widely prevalent in the state. As the chemical department has already made analyses of the paihts sold in this slate, this following up with practical tests, the ones now undertaken, being the first beginnings, should prove of great value to the paint user and it is the intention of Professors Ladd and Holley to give this even than it In these demonstrations farms, farm—ariother source of income. hs Wet KNERR'S CREAMERY Capacity 1,400 pounds a day Paya cash New York price for buttar fat (express deducted). Knerr Block, N. P. Ave., Fargo, N. D. $- J. W. McHoie. George A. Pardee. Mcliose & Pardoe S" •i :nri £"Si THE PAKGO FORUM SND DAILY KEHTBLfCXN, SiTUMXY EVEmcr,* BEPTESBEfi 22, 1906, work a wider scope has assigned past year, Mr. during the Evan*, assistant director of e* peri ment stations, from Washington, D. C., was at the college Thursday and Friday, checking up the accounts and the experiments carried on at this station during the past year. He visit ed the stations in Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, South Dakota and will go from here to Minnesota and Wisconsin'. Mr. Shollander Is busy writing up his reports on the work carried on in the six demonstration farms during the past season but on account of the non-appropriation of funds for this purpose this report will not be avail* able for general distribution. the foundation has been laid this year for very interesting experiments to follow in the next four years, the purpose of which will be to introduce the best systems of crop rotation and to dem onstrate to the farmer the value of this rotation. The central idea is to maintain the soil fertility, destroy weeds and conserve moisture dtl to the end that the farmfer may secure to himself surer income from a greater range of crop possibilities. This crop rotation will require the keeping of a certain number of live stock on the These farms are made to demon strate the more extended experiments that have been carried on in a larger MATTRESSES itf.tf! Wovt n Wire Mattresses, Cots, Cribs, Irots Beds, Spring Beds, Steel Couches, Pari »r Tables, IMMows, Feathers, Etc. 112-216 N. P. ftvc.j Phone 1025. rarp, N.0. THE PORTE COMPANY Printing in Black and Colors Calendars and Souvenirs R»W Filing Cabinets and Office Systerna 17 Eighth Street South. Fargo, N. D. $- WALKER BROS. & HARDY New Walker Block, Fargo, N. O. OFFICE OUTFITTERS. Printing' Blank Books, Legal Blarttrft, Office Stationery. Card Index Systems, Numbering .Machines, kai iil Roller Cop iers, Steel Vault and Office Fixtures, Etc. "$ -8 E Y O N E E O PORTLAND CEMENT Continuous Air Space Building Blocks Sidewalks, Floors, Etc. The North Star Lumber Co. Forty-five yards In North Dakota and Minnesota General Lumber Dealers Cement, Lime, Plaster S- Anchor Concrete Stone Co* Wholesale Manufacturers of THB ANCHOR HUILIXNU BLOCK Scientifically constructed Portland ce ment block with perfect air apace. Cai or write for Information. Phone 55SM. Chilaon &. Rice, 101 Sixteenth Street N. $»— 8- Stone's Music House, Manufacturers, Importers, Publishers and Wholesalers* Everything Known in ilusic ..-WBdiWl "atfRpNMNte ^4 k iY-s? scale and through a longer period of time on the experimental farm here, and it is to be hoped that the legisla ture will make it possible that similar demonstration can be carried on in at least a dozen or more counties of the state. NEW G. N. 8URVIY. "New Q. Ni Lin* Predicted 8ome Months Ago by The Forum. Hope Pioneer: Another Great i Northern line across central North Dakota is the come out. source, not yet been selected. An explanation for Great Northern is found in the fact that, within the last I latest rumor that has It comes Irons an unofficial but the f&ct thftt 'The survey for the line is now In progress would seem to indicate that there is"truth in the report. The line, as reported, would start at Ayr proceed in a west erly direction, through the Willow lake country cross the Cheyenne and strike the Cooperstown branch some where between. Rogers and Coopers town. From that point it will parallel the Soo clear to Minot. According to I the present survey the new line at no point would be more than a few miles from the Soo, thus serving the same country throughout practically the I whole distance. W. J. Smith, who I lives southwest of Hope, in the Willow lake neighborhood, reports that there have been two surveys through his farm very recently and the report has it that the surveyors are still at work so it seems that the exact route has this action of the two years, the! Soo has built across the northern part of the state a line that cuts through every one of the spurs from the main line of the Great Northern. This year the Great Northern is building a spur that starts a few miles west of Minot, runs north until it neai^y meets the i main line of the Soo and then par- S al'els that line and one of Its spurs to the Canadian boundary. „At no point does it get farther than four miles fWWn tfie Soo and in plat»ei'ap proaches as close an half a mile. Even at the present time there is a very lively fight on to see which road will be able to locate the terminal town of these spurs, the rival sites being only a short distance from each other. A good lot on north sW«s, near A. C., for sale by O. W. Kerr Co., right on car line, S250. CRANE & ORDWAY CO. PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES Iron Pipe and Valves, Bras* Valves and PHUuifr. Shipments from Fargo save time and freight. Fargo, N.D. NORTH DAKOTA METAL CULVERT CO. Manufacturers of Metal Corrugated Culverts, Water Coo duits, Well Curbing and Storm & ewers. FAROO, NORTH DAKOTA. $- •U S- MerchantsT ransfer& Storage Co (Incorporated) Manufacturer' Agents and Dealers la AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS i. Fargo, NICHOLS & SHEPARD CO. THRESHINO MACHINERY Single Mid Double Cylinder, Direct Fine Traction Engine. Red River Special Separator. DEALERS AND FARMERS Should see the Monitor Double Disc Drill, which took the F»rst Prize at the Trans-Mississippi Exposition at St. Louis, before puichaaing Monitor Drill Co. Corner Front and 4th Sts., Fargo, N. $- s- —.$ !&*& kit A D. E U E O High Grade Simple and Double Cylinder Engines. The only original return flue type Bolter. drain Separatorf, Sett* Feeders, Blowers, etc. Thresher Supplies of All Descriptions. -S Buffalo Pitts Engines Threshers THE FARGO BOTTLING WORKS COMPANY "Malt Cream" INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. OF AMERICA, flncorporated.l drain Bsssd'-'i" Headers. St-rs-Jer-Msutfi s,keap» ers, Mowers, Corn Hinders, bhellers, lluskerd and bhreddere. Hay kakes, Stackers. Loaders, ledders, Presses, Wagons, Gasoline Engines, Manure Spreaders, Harrows, ultlvators. », -y w IfiA Four and a half miles from Towei lull rlClcS City, one mile from school nev •room house, good barn, new granary, well our :istern, fine grove of nearly ten acres around th louse. Fully Improved, Ready to pay for itself. D.on't wait for something too big to handle, but go see this farm. Price and Terms Right. Mmer-Austin Investment Co. Real Estate, Loan and Investment Brokers...^ (Continued "From Paige Fourteen!) lome will be produced in this country for the first time with a The opera Salome cast, the equal, if not the superior, of any seen In the capitals of Europe. Of especial interest to Americans is the opera Mme. Butterfly. The libretto is based on John Luther Long's story of the same title, which tells of a young Am erican naval lieutenant who ruthless ly deserted his Japanese wife to re turn to America and to marry one of his station. The play was presented by David Belasco in its dramatized form a few years ago. Peccuni will visit this country and will also con duct his other two famous operas, La Bohems and La Tosca. will certainly era* ate a sensation. While it is bound to be an artistic success, there is doubt as to how the public will receive it. It lasts only one hour and twenty min utes and it is doubtful whether it would be wise to give something else with it. It will be curious to see how the public will take it. The subject is very gruesome, especially where Sa lome stands, holding the severed head and sings to it for ten minutes. It i£ said that the effect on Miss Fremstad was so remarkable that it was only by promising to her the role of Sa lome that Herr Conried wa» able te gage her for nils season. Mme. Rejane is reported as having purchased the French rights to James Forbes' The Chorus Lady, which has scored a distinct success here. Fritzi Scheflf will soon go on the road in Victor Herbert's Mile. Modiste. Hetf great success in The Mascot of tha Troop song has inspired her managers, to commission the writing of a new: comic opera based on the theme of thq song and bearing the same title. e Kyrle Bellew will open his season in Chicago during the first week in Octo ber in the dramatized version ofConan Doyle's Brigadier Gerard. o Lillian Russell will make an Mrs. Leslie Carter-Payne effort to succefed 'in" fetr&lght comfedy work in a new pl'ajr entitled Barbara's Mil lions, which she will produce In Chi cago early next month. u,: has nql yet selected a play in which to appear this season. As she is now under man agement of Charles Dillingham it will not be possible for her to star in Zaza, Adrea, or DuBarry, the play that was written especially for her by David Be lasco and in which she won the rep utation of being the most popular liv ing actjnwa on the American atage to day. Sam Barnard's new play ,The Rich Mr. Hoggenheimer^ is slated for an early production here. The situations that create the fun are wound about the husband, wife and chorus girl of the usual cartoon type. The start has excellent opportunities for displaying his original and peculiar brand of hu mor. Charles Klein will Boon try to dup licate his previous successes, The Music Master and The Lion and the Mouse, with his latest play,The Daugh ters of Men. It is a sociological and deals -$ ,I. v v Sj$ V W.^ek v teaJK if i drama with the Question hatred. of class The House of Mirth, a stage version of Mrs. Edith Wharton's novel^ Jty Clyde Fitch, will be presented with Miss Fay Davis in the leading role. Louis Evan Shlpman's new Civil War play ,On Parole, a stirring mll^ was given its first production at the National theater in Washington, D. C., this week and met with considerable success. The leading parts are in the hands of Miss Charlotte Walker, Vin cent Serrano and Frank E. Aiken. The performance was attended by many of ficers of the army and navy, Includ ing General Bell, chief of stalt Pay master General Harris, U. S. N., Gen eral Elliott, cornniiyident and U. S, At C,. Admiral J3igebee« Piano Building, Fargo, No. Dakot TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO, "LittI* Jimmy" Drove a Carriage at the Funeral of Garfield. Grand Forks Press: James McGuire, or "Little Jimmy." as he is familiarly known to Grand Forks people, says he drove one of the carriages at the fun eral of President Jarqes A. Garfield just twenty-five years ago. In the car riage driven by "Jimmy" there were Senator John Sherman and Phil Sheri dan. Since then Mr. McGuire has driv en carriages at a large number of fun erals, and in the many years of his service as a "cabbie" he has become well known throughout the state. At present Mr. McGuire Is with the O' Conner barn, where he has been em ployed for some time. i •crao Iron Wanted. Highest prices paid. Notify us where yoijri is. Fargo Iron & Metal Co., Fargo, N. D. EDUCATED IN THE BEST HOSPI TALS IN EUROPE AND AMERICA. SPECIALIST Eye, Eli", Nose, Throat, Stomach, Lung, Diseases of Men .^Dis eases of Women. Next Visit to EAST GRAND FORKS AT GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17, Next Visit to MOORHEAD AT HILL'S EUROPEAN HOTEL, THURSDAY, OCT. 18. Returning Everv Four Weeks. Famous xor the CURES he has MADE* All curable medical anfl Bnrgleal dtarsfWR/ Eye, Ear Nose and Throat. Luuk (list eaues, Karly OouomiiiiMuii, Broi.i i Bronchial Catarrh, Constitutional Caturili, Nasal Catarrh, Stoma It In disease. Diabetes, Kidney, Liver, Klad^i. dor Troubles, Prostatic and Female Dim" eases. Dizziness, Nervousness, IinlizcsiS tion, Obesity. Interrupted Nutrition, sTovirS nrom-uiHi i^aiarrn, oiKUtuuonai UHtfiriti,* Nasal Catarrh. Dyspepsia. Sick Stomach and Howe! Troubles, Appendicitis^:' It be uni a tls m, NouralKhi, Sciatica, Bi ma tried nervous debility, failing memory, weal Itary drama of the Shenandoah type, atnntul development, lack of enerjfvSli Impoverished blood, pimples, blood and wkiJr diseases, Eruptions, Hair Falling Swell® 4 (Jrowlh iu Children, and all wasting dlstfl ease In adults. Many cases of Deafness,1 ltlnglng In the Ears, Loss of Ky.-HiKbtJP Cataract, Cross Eyes, eic., that been Improperly treated can be eaullj^ restored. Deformities, Club Feet, OirvKPi ture of the Kpiue, Disease of the Hra|nif I'uraljuls, Epilepsy, Heart Diseusetf Dropsy, Swelling of the Limbs, StrleSSv ture, Open Sores. Pain In the HoneaJ' Granular Enlargements and all iuiiK% standing diseases properly treated# Yoiutg, mlddle-iijred and old, dingle oi men. and all who suffer fronjrJ iHr Ings, Sore Throat. Ulcers, Weak Back#' Burning Urine, passing nrlne too Stricture, receive searching treatment! DB. BBA. maa«»polto, Mlua, 11. •,v.-" I s oftenip «, :men®, prompt relief and cure for life. Cancers, Tumors, Goiter, Fistula, Pllefl, Varlocele, Itupture and enlarged alaudi* treated and cured without pain and withfc'V out the loss of blood. This is one of til# own discoveries, and Is r»ally the mogtfT sclentlilc and certainly sure cures of thill nineteenth century. Consultation to thostf?" lutereated,fl.0O. 1 '*1 f.