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..•\^S* v. WV' (DOMING EVENTS *. Friday, Oct.*. »*M* W. C. T. l!. Supper. Thurtday, Oct. 11. Rummage sal». Y. W. club rooms. Wednesday, Oct. 17. Football, A. c. VS. v. c. Normal. Saturday, Oct. 20. Football, A. C. vs. Carleton college* 8aturday, Oct. 27. Football, A. C. vs. St. TbeouM col lege. Saturday, Nov. 8. ~r Football A. C. vs. Tank! on college. Saturday, Nov. 10. Football, A. C. vs. Hamline U. Note—All meeting* are evening* nnlfnn otherwise specified. These aDnoaiu'emeuta will In- kept utanriing, anil we shall be glad tl Iwve notices sent lo by persona la In tfrcat. CITY LOCALS Have Knight Printing Co. print it. Rrlckson photos will not disappoint. Phone 585 for Delmert & Murphy's quick delivery of wines and liquors. Ladies' bath parlors at 60 Broad way, strictly sanitary, full equipment, prices range from 25c to $2. Wood is the fuel for this season—a quick hot fire is thus obtained. We have the best woods in all sizes and lengths. Interior Co. The ladies of the First M. .JjL church will hold a rummage sale at the Frank Lynch building, Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 3 and 4. Which do you prefer? A can of high priced, trust-made baking pow der, or your Independence and Hunt's Perfect? It is not made by the truwt. No business venture can prosper without adequate acounting. Walter Thompson, Jr., expert accountant. Ty ler block, telephone &JW M. Kleven years with Red River Valley National hank. NOW ISTIIETIME To get low club rates on subscrip tions to magazines and periodicals. Hates will be higher October ist. Let us know what you want. FABfiO 8UKSCRIPTION AGKNC.it P. O. Boj .'530, Fargo, N. D. Mrs. H. C. Alcox, who reside!# at 820 First avenue north, had the misfor tune about 6 o'clock this morning to fall on the slippery sidewalk near her home and dislocate her shoulder. The lady was soon aided to her home and a doctor called who soon reset the dis location and the patient is said to be resting easier. Mrs. Alcox had started to an early service at her church when the accident occurred. Word comes from Seattle that Dr. Edwin Murray has established a Mur ray cure institute in that city, for the lfquor and morphine habits, having se cured a large club house overlooking the sound for that purpose. Accord ing to The Times of Seattle, Dr. Mur ray has taken the city by storm and the establishment has been a success from the day it opened as~ was. the case with the Fargo institute. It is said that Chairman Sherman of the republican campaign committee was recently approached by a some what unimportant Ohio politician, who though formerly a republican has of late years voted the straight demo cratic ticket. It appeared from the man's conversation that he had seen the error of his way ana was now once more prepared to vote and work for the party which he had left. At the same time he hinted he would like a job at campaign headquarters. "I'm sorry." Mr. Sherman is reported to have replied, "that I shall have to dis appoint you. Gfad to see you back, but in these days the wise prodigal brings along his own calf." i?argo Carpet & Rug Co. 107 Eighth Street South. 'Phone 819. Make Rugs, Clean Carpets, Clean Rent or Repair Sewing Machines, Sell Repairs, Oil and Needles lor, all Machine*. Sell Wj*U Paper, The attention of Forum readers is called to the dispertion sale of regis tered Hereford cattle to be held by H. J. Johnson of Oakes, N. D., Tuesday, Oct. 9, 1906. There will be sixty-two head of registered Hereford cattle go under the auctioneer's hammer at this sale. There will be twenty-four head of cows seventeen head of heifers, fourteen bulls and seven bull calves There will be no reservation, every an imal will be sold to the highest bid der. Mr. Johnson is so busy with his other business that he is compelled to part with his Hereford cattle. There will be cattle go into this sale that Mr. Johnson would not part with for any money were it not for the fact that he Is selling all of his registered cattle. Sale will be held on the farm one-half mile from Oakes, which is located on three lines of railroad, the Soo, N. P. and C. & N. W. Terms cash or bankable notes at 8 per cent. Send to the auctioneer, R. W. Barclay, Ma Blankets Perfect).v Cleaned. Send in your toiled blankets. By our xfxxiai proem we will clean and recard ihem tfvf give them the toh fleecy fauah j&ry had when new. 01 Gross Br X..- *. 7'-", ifcv Then* t« no Kochell# Bsltft, Alum. Lime or Ammonia tn food mad* with Powder TIM THE BAH I S POWi i It makes jve food. Day a. Coplea. i 6 0 7 5 2... 6075 8 6 075 3 (Weekly) 6,975 4 6,450 6 6,075 Tr.... 6,075 8 6,075 9 6,075 10 6,075 10 (Weekly) 6,975 11. 6,325 1 3 6,075 1 4 6,075 1 5 6,075 If .... 6,075 Daily average Weekly average i JST~ The Forum and Republican CIRCULATION, AUGUST, 1906. Daya. Coplea. 17 6,075 17 (Weekly) 6,900 1 8 6,325 2 0 6,075 2 1 6,050 22 6,050 2 3 0 5 0 24 6,050 24 (Weekly) 7,000 2 5 6,275 2 7 6,050 2 8 6,050 2 9 6,050 3 0 6,050 3 1 6,050 81 (Weekly) 7,000 RUMMAGE SALE by the Ladies of the Presbyterian Church SEET.,# to 29, INCLUSIVE WEDNESDAY TO SATURDAY 629 N. P. Ave. Old Police Station Dr. Charles McCutcheon of Tacoma, Wash., one of the most prominent physlcans on the Pacific coast, has imported from his boyhood home in Ireland 200 song birds, so that he can listen, he says, in his old age, to the sweet songs of the birds which lulled him to rest A'hen he was a boy. The Klinsmann Co. is so busy on the many jobs of installing heating plants and making special tin work, that the matter of arranging and ceil ing up their office and making the new shop and warerooms ready for winter is being neglected. However, the new building, which is 45x145 feet, on Fifth street north, is such a big advantage over the old shop that work is greatly facilitated so the company will soon catch up op its work. PRESSED BRICK Beet Pressed Briok at Lowest Prioea. tf yon contemplate building, get *Unre» and samples from as. Hebron Fire & Pressed Brick Co., Hebron, N, D. While the Darrow hospital, Moorhead, has been enlarged several times during the past fifteen years, the additions have been so constructed as to con form to a general plan which makes one of the most convenient and com fortable buildings of the kind in the country. Large center halls on each floor with elevator connections give every comfort and a perfect system of ventilation. In nearly every case patients are given separate wards and a corps of trained nurses has the care and welfare of patients at heart Those coming from a distance or liv ing in town who desire to go to the Darrow hospital may have ambulance accommodations by phoning or writing the Darrow hospital, Moorhead. A Few Left—Prices Reduced MASONIC TEMPLE SOUVENIRS PRICE NOW ONLY 50c. JT. 0. McKendry, at Temple, or H. 0. Plunder! at Forum. President Roosevelt would have re ceived short shrift at the hands of Dean Swift. The latter roundly de nounced the poets who had introduced the "barbarous custom of abbreviat ing words to fit them to the measure of their verses." Swift instances "drudg'd and "dlsturb'd" as mortal olfenseB. The custom so abbreviated had begun to dominate prose. Another cause—borrowed. Swift suggested, i from the clipping process—which he held had contributed to the maiming of the language, "is a foolish opinion advanced of late years that we ought to spell exactly as we speak which, besides the obvious inconveniences of utterly destroying our etymology would be a thing w« should never see the end of." Piij'i inum ,. ., ... ~w **V* "ft v 6,107 6,970 ..••I i .til.). State of North Dakota, county of Cass.—ss. 1, J. P. Edwards, assistant manager of The Forum Printing Co., do sol emnly swear that the above statement gives the actual editions of the daily and weekly Forum and Republican, day by day, for the month of August, 1'JOC. J. P. EDWARDS, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of Sept., l«)0tt. (Seal) John W. Searing, Notary Public. My commission expires Aug. 12, lb09. son City, la., catalogue. or Mr. Johnson for a Get a Pocket Savings Bank at th« Savings & Loan. Get palms and ferns now, tor Winter. 35 cents up. Shotwell & Graver. Professor Edward Perkins Clarke, newly appointed principal of the cent ral New York institution of deaf mutes, was led to make the profes sion of teaching the deaf his life's work owing to the fact that both his parents were deaf. Methodists of this state will gather next week at Valley City for their twenty-first annual conference. Bish op McCabe will preside and the meet ing is expected to be one of the most important ones in the history of the church In North Dakota. 4 There i« a great rush of young lady applicants for positions to the Ameri in Surety company's square sky scraper on Broadway. Vacancies are occurring there constantly, and so frequent have been the droppings out of young lady stenographers that it their typewriting up to date. An epi demlc of marrying has broken out in the building and has raged with great force, so that no sooner does a young lady get fairly accustomed to her place than an agent, or clerk, or Secretary falls in love with her the courtship WARM AIR HEATING MORE ROOM MtTAL WORK v. 1 V, -I mm rarra& iramr srra tftrar BRprmiOsr, %*tttMt Wtd. jrcrronraf n tm«."" ..Gothatn News Letter New York, Sept. 29-—If the theologi cal experts are short of material to sustain their doctrine of total deprav ity they must look into the case of Frederick Hommel of this city. Mrs. l-'rank Hommel, wife of a truckman, died last week, leaving two little chil dren, Harry, i^ed 12 and Mamie,aged 8. Tolling as he is early and late the widowed Hommel decided that he could give little time to his home, and proposed to move to smaller apart ments. But, little Mamie said she ould look after things, and finally per suaded her father to keen the old home. Every morning the father left fifty cents for food, placing it under the bureau cover. Last week the chil dren were surprised to receive a visit from their brother Frederick, 20 years old, who had not been home in five years. According to his father Fred crick had spent his life in dissipation, making his home in lodging houses. (Vederick demanded money from the children, and the coin which was co buy their meals was turned over to him. Another day he came and the brave little couple gave up the price «f their bread without a whimper, keeping the fact secret from their father. When the brother called last Wednesday morning he found only forty cents under the bureau cover. Hommel, the father, had been short of change. Frederick demanded that Harry make up the shortage. The boy refused, and the elder brother de parted. The children broke the news to Hommel that night. The enraged father searched the cltv for his son. but finally gave up the search and turned the matter over to the police, getting out a warrant for the arrest his son. As a specimen of total depravity this case has had no parallel lately even in this depraved city. has kept the managers of the differ- worshipped in olden times, has been evolved from the ordinary passing events of the business life of the me tropolis and fairly test the powers of la lighten In a crowded hour on Broad way the other day a lady undertook to cross the street, and in doing so she walked close to the rear end of an ex press wagon. A vigorous dog was looking out of the wagon, taking in the scenery with evident delight, and at the same time keeping track of what was passing. Among the latter was the lady in Question. The dog Observed that she wore some very fine flowers in her hat and also a bird, which looked qyfte appetising and tender. So he thrust out his snout, and with a mighty jgu& seized the flowers 'and bird, gave a yank. But the hatpins proved strong and would not part. So the lady was dragged along in the rear of the express wagon, pulling back with all her might, and the dog clinging to the bird and flow ers like death to a dead negro. Finally the driver's attention was called to the tragedy In the rear, after a number of gentlemen had rushed to the rescue, and the obnoxious animal was pulled off without having captured its prey. goes on between times, and soon an-I white and black boys and youths, who other vacancy is created. Six mar- follow the races during the racing sea riages have occurred in the forces in the building within a few months. In' one department there are nearly one hundred stenographers, and as many clerks, and each clerk has his own particular vanity in the person of a' time, lovely and accomplished stenographer.' The glances to and fro are innumer able and almost constant from the opening of the establishment to the closing of it daily. The first marriage was that of the assistant secretary, which was quickly followed by the treasurer's and as each was fully sat isfied and constantly alluded to his new-found happiness, the clerks thought it was a good example to follow. They began to make necessary arrangements as fast as possible. The bookkeepers and stenographers make a strong combination. The officers did their best to keep the epidemic confined to the accounting department, but a case occurred on the floor be low, in the legal department., and now the officials can not tell where It, will end. Another event, equally comical hap pened on Broadway, where a waterpipe suddenly threw a miniature geyser in to the air. A hapless individual, wear ing a pair of specs, was right on the spot, and the geyser, with nice dis crimination scraped his nose and lift ing his spectacles off, carried them up In the air some sixty feet. As they turned to descend a doctor drove along, with a spirited steed, and got to the spot just in time for the spectacles to land on the horse's nose. The animal was scared, and began to run away, being unaccustomed to the aspects of th,e scenery through the new medium. When he was stopped, however, the tfoctor restored the spectacles to their owner, explaining that he had 110 in tention of carrying them off. The horse acted very shy for some time a e w a s The old Dutch Reformed church on the Neck road, Sheepshead, bay, where Knickerbockers and Roosevelts have the pulpit, where none but the sound est of doctrines was preached, teachers instruct stable employes in the rudi ments of education. The Coney Is land Jockey club purchased the build ing, and it is paying good salaries to competent instructors to teach the during the racing son. School hours are afternoonrs and evenings during the winter months. There have never been so many beg gars tn the streets as at the present some of them presenting very ^pitiable spectacles. The impulse of passers is to give, especially if the per sons are from the country. Some of the beggars are undoubtedly genuine cases of distress and a little temporary relief is, without question, a great blessing to the recipient. But some of the cases are the very worst kind of tfakes. One of these was exposed In the courtroom the other day, greatly The streets of New York are equal in entertaining qualities to a dozen vaudeville companies in one, as every day there are amusing events that are prisoner's coat and hauled forth an old to t'he astopish'ment' of the sitting magistrate, who was at first disposed to sympathize with the beggar in his arrest. The officer who had made the arrest, proceeded to show the magis trate what a fraud the man was. He f^eemed stooped and crippled from his back protruded a lump. One arm was bandaged its entire length, and strap ped to the body. The fingers of the other hand were drawn up like talons. His face was distorted, as If he had been injured In some frightful dis aster. He was weeping copiously. The officer ran one hand under the BMMMSSin H. A. Klinsmann and O. A. MORE MACHINERY -mm mmt ••4 ,t. ^.}#j«5jy"2?%.?-*0- A (ME FflimWS SCIENTIFIC flfflWNC ADJUSTMENT IN THE Fdl.l MINIi DISUSES: y' t€iry.) Coj|Cj body. Special attention given to •t|mach Troubles, Lame Back, Fever* and Appendicitis. coat neatly rolled into a bundle. The lump on the man's back had disap peared. Then the policeman unstrap ped his bandaged arm and showed that it was sound and strong. The bent hand and twisted fingers were straight ened and the transformed beggar was presented to the court, "Ten days on the island, and get him out of my sight quickly," ordered the magistnite. Mary Ward has at last been The writer of these epistles made a discovery on 'Sunday, which he hast ens to communicate to the theological world, never having seen any mention of it. He was attending an Epworth league meeting and there was display ed a huge copy of the ten command ments on cloth. His eyes rested on the commandment regarding the ob servance of the Sabbath day, and he kept reading it over and over. Finally it occurred to him that there was something lacking. Reading once more slowly he said to himself: here is ev erybody prohibited from working on the Sabbath Day, the "softs, daughters, man servants, maid servants, etc.," where are the wives? And he went into a patient search for the wives, but no wives were there. So he looked into the bible, and lo and behold, no wives are there either. Now, were the wives left out because it was intended that they should not be condemned for the work their husbands make them perform on REMOVED To Our Recently Purchased Building at 115-117 Fifth St. North jBuilding 45x14^ Feet, Remodeled ftefittedl? MORE. STOCK •f -'ftU-Vi'i Don't Forget the New Location Largest Shop in the Northwest Sundays? The ancient Jews thought, printed and plays the Ytoita entm&et very little of their women, it .being ingly. Klinsmann^ *",•••• J. mm MAspMiq,/ifcMPiyi Tonsilitis, Pharyngitis, catarr|j 7 of the stomach and Intestine^ -.Jmf&mikk G«r»atipation, Diarrhoea, Dysen -TT7- N W S A ipecUliat Ilk Spinal Adjustments Suite 2, "Savings and Loan" Building Fargo, N. D. Phone I235L sent to the workhouse. She wandered on the streets with a basket of decayed fruit, old lemons and a choice collection of rags upon her person. It was inter esting to note tlie disgust and amaze ment with which the ladles on the sidewalks always regard her. She had been permitted to crawl, up and down the sidewalks of the busiest street, the most distasteful object to be found in the city. And yet, when she was brought before the court she had a hundred dollars in her Clothes, which of themselves were not worth a hun dred cents. She clung to her money as she was taken away, but the street has been rid of one eyesore at last. Cholera Infantun^ Cholera Morbus, Appendicitis* Peritonitis, Dropsy, Jaundice, Gall Stones* Bright's Disease, Renal Calculus, Prolapsed Kid« ney, Anaemia, Exophthalmic Goir tre, all forms of Heart Disease^ Bronchitis, Asthma, Hay Feveiy Pneumonia/ PleuriayJ' Typhoi^ Malarial, Scarlet and other Fevi ers. Erysipelas, Measles, Dlpli*J theria, Whooping Cough, Rheujj matism, Diabetes, Epilepsy, Neufe ralgia, Neuritis, Sciatica, Facial Paralysis, Nervous Prostration^ St. Vitus' Dance, Eczema, Curv." atures, Lumbago, Irregular^. Painful or Suppressed Men ft., struation, Leucorrhoea, Ovarf* ian Diseases, Weak Eye% Child Red Fever, Shortness o| Brfeath, Stomach, Liver, KidrfeyiJ Bowel and Spleen Troubles, and other ailments of the human le/t for Christianity to put them oli a higher plane. Wail street's dog market has been established by long custom at the cor ner of Exchange place and New street. There it always has been possible' to pick up dogs of strange and unfath omable breeding at. prices that fluctu ated as those of other markets. Owing to the bucket shop agitation by one of the yellow journals the dog market has been broken up. Now the dog peddlers walk up and down Broadway with their dogs safely stowed under their arms. Business is still good with them. Old Timer. Connecticut in Commission. New York, Sept. 29.—The battleship Connecticut, one of the most power ful ships of the United States navy, was ordered in commission here today. The ship is still at its slip in the East river and will be ready to start out in a day or two.- All that remains to be done is the provisioning of the ship ami the adjustment of a few details concerning the fitting up of the quar ters of the officers and men. Captain Swift, who is said to be in the line for promotion to the rank of rear ad miral is in command of the Connec ticut Lieutenant Commander Shoe maker is executive officer *, Lieuten ant Commander Chandler.Js navigator*!* and Lieutenant Fullin^&Ser, ofdnanco -f officer. The Connecticut baa a displacement of 16,000 tons and a Contract speed of 18 knots. The armament includes four twelve-inch, eight eight-inch, twelve seven-inch and twenty three inch guns, besides thirty of various smiall calibres. The* ship flag com plement of more than 800 officers and men. Quite a versatile young woman i* Frances Zerbey, daughter of a Potts ville, Pa., newspaper man. She has just passed her law examinations and is now licensed to practice in the Penn sylvania courts. She Is also locally famous as aa pedestrian, equestrian and camper out, is bandy with rod and rifle, lias tamed bucking bronchos, has written pieces that have been CORNICE GREATER SATISFACTION 'I t: EAVE MMHUa ,3i^ 4'f n & •V 4 i 'fr f) •rV. ^. V, t\ -V 1 ti: if TIN SHOP 1 -K. 1 :-v- -,» 1,