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CURTAIN 8:18 SHARP Thursday, Oct. 25 MAUDE FEALY Management John Gut ILLUSION A New Modern Comedy In Three Acts by Martha Morton Prices: $1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c Scuts on sale at .:i*selman*s drug store CURTAIN 8:15 SHARP Saturday, Oct. 27 Daniel V. Arthur presents is Augustus Thomas' Big Comedy Success The Education of Mr. Pipp The Charles D«u Gibton Play Priest $1.50, $1, 75c, uti 50c Seat* on gala at Cassebaaa'a A Kollickiag "Kid"' Party Albert & Son Acrobat mid (Clover Hand Balancing, in A new act, "Silent Fun" Willie's New Camera Anothor '"Howling" Bncceas Tenant's Revenge (ierald Evans Illustrator song, "Your Dad Gave His Life for His Country," and Other Peatures J. «. MUM, a. B. Olxeketfe RMIaot, •. DRS. RINDLAUB SPECIALISTS. BYB. BAR,NOSE AND THROAT FARGO. N. D. »l Mfawll Block, »nn»df W. ft Paul. Drs. Basye and de Lendrecie Osteopathic Bye, 0 S ^4h4 A U S E E N S A U S E E N S M. B. draff store IJOU 100 BROADWAY Automatic Drama,Vaude ville, Popular Concerts. CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE 2 to 5 p. m. and 7 to 11 p. m. Admission ICe Children 6e Afternoons Penny Arcade in Connection ADMISSION FKBB Vendetta A Bontitifnl aud Kealistic Film The Night of the Party Fargo Physicians and Chiropractor* InflrmarjjP of Osteopathy Betabllihed since May 10th, 1897, at 101 Eighth Street South, Fargo, N. O. Phone 853. Alt aarable diseases raecsssfallf treated without drugs. fur. Voa *nS Throat HOSPITAL A. BEAUDOUX, M. D. SPECIALIST. OJ'fiCB: BMs Third Flow. ti K? M.D. -Practice Limited to Dlsesm af Eye, Bar, Nose and Throat, HOSPITAL: as Bightb St. North. Oppoilia Pveebytertao Chursfc. For State News Read The Forum. rs •iM i 'OV,? vr S*' 'iA svl It VA, the rsasa rrmi NIQU1T U E A E U Formerly Oe Hecla No. I Broad'y OODSEY, ITANAGER. THE FAMOUS SMITH BOYS Showing their laughable comedy •kit entitled "Looking for work." THE KlNETOSCOPE Shewing the Yale and Harvard boat race. THE DOG SMUGGLERS 1 THE GUEST ACROBATIC BURGLARS. VICTIMS OF THE STORM Pictured Melody—"The Good Old U. 8. A." (®y Geo. Smith) PRICES ALWAYS THE SAME Best ventilated amusement place in the two cities. AdmlMtan fOe, CMMren Be Aftsrneons QRESCENT Cor. 4th and Proat Moor bead, Minn. W. M. TASKER, Manager. CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE The Passion 4 Play Sunday, Oct. 28 At 2:30 7:30 and 9:00 Showing 69 scenes in colors from the birth to the ascension of our Savior. -sitively the last chance of witness ing this performance in motion pic tures. Admission 10c Children Set After noons only. THE THEATRE Oct. 25—Miss Maude Fealy. Oct. 27—Education of Mr. «W. Oct. 80—James 'ONelll. The dainty little ingenue star, Maude Fealy, will make her Fargo debut in her new play, The Illusion of Beatrice, at the Fargo operahouse this evening. As Miss Fealy was leading lady for Sir Henry Irving, she will have more than ordinary interest for local lovers of the drama. The Education of Mr. Pipp, to be seen at the Fargo operahouse on Sat urday evening, ranks as the best work Augustus Thomas, famous for his comedy hits as he is, has ever done. The characters upon which he builded his play are so typically American, so imbued with American spirit and ideas and so familiar through the drawings of Charles Dana Gibson that they feel like old friends returned from a long trip. Digby Bell is the star, and it is said to be the best work he has ever done. It la a third snaseg in this play. James O'Neill, American's foremost romantic actor, will soon* be seen here at the Fargo operahouse in his sumpt uous revival of Monte Crista, Stop Ladder*. Extension Ladders^ Every family should have a strong stepladder. The Saginaw combined step and extension ladder la the best made, can De had any length. A sev en foot stepladder makes a fourteen foot extension. Price 20 cents per foot. When examining and buying one of these ladders leave an order for coal with J. A. Chesley. Phone 89. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. BARNETT & WOHARDSON, ATTOB neys at Law. Ottlees, 4 and #, Morton building, Broadway. ROBERTS, AUGUSTUS, HENDERSON block. Broadway, Fargo. Probate prac tice a specialty. LEE. ARTIITU B., ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offices, rooms 1, 2, 3, No. 10 Broadway, Fargo. Practices in all courts. TURNER, H. R., ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offices lu Edwards building, Broadway. Practices in all courts. MILLER, HENRY F„ ATTORNEY AND counsellor at law. Over Fargo National bauk block, Fargo. ROBINSON, J. E„ ATTORNEY AT LAW. 012 Front street, Fargo. Practices in all courts. Tax cases a specialty. SCOTT, W. A. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OtUci'S second floor Morton block, Broad way, Fargo, N. 1). PHYSICIANS. DR. PAUL 8ORKNES8, PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon. Office over 604 Front street, Fargo. DR. P. H. BURTON, PHYSICIAN ANI Burgeon. Office over Fout & Porter field's drug store. Phoue 1038 office 1038-K residence. DR. C. N. CALLANDER, PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Office deLendrecie block. Hours: 11 to 12, 3 to 6, 7 to 8. Tel. 345-K, office 845-L, residence Fargo. N. D. DARROW Ac WEIBLB, PHYBIOIANS and Surgeons. Offices deLendrecie block, corner Seventh street south and Front. Office hours: 3 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m. DR. A. C. MORRIS, PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon. Office over Wllser's drug store, 008 Front street. Hours: a to 12 2 to 5 and 7 to 8. Telephone 1043 L. of fice 1048-K, residence. UNDERTAKER* AND LICENSED EMBALM KR FUNKR Al Supplies. F. Rift-, 8 South Broad way. Office south of Moody's store. fV' North Dakota Kernels Oakes boys robbed a lady's pigeon roost, and she made them return thafc, property p. d. q. Geography, the Cando horse withr' something of a record, Is at home frotfi the Wisconsin circuits. There never was a time in the hfs» tory of the Missouri slope, says the* Linton Advocate, when the danger,' from prjtfrie Are was so great as it is at the present time. The vegetation. Is ranker than it ever was before, and to make matters worse hundreds of new settlers, many of whom are from eastern states and unacquainted with the danger of prairie fires, have been: added to the population. It appears1 to be useless to talk to some people re-! garding the danger of letting a Are get beyond their control, and until the time when they burn themselves up ins a Are of their own creation, one can not be too careful in protecting their property and their homes. (?*—®—ft) The Kenmare high school' will' havt a fine library when the present plant are perfected. ®—Gh^9l An Esmond man crawled on his stomach for half a mile to get a shoi at three tame geese, and he got everj goose, and didn't know that they wen not the regular wild honkers unti' some of his friends told him. (8)—^ (8) Voight of The Leeds News, has I sorry time telling his readers thai Jamestown convention was so rotter he wlil not support the ticket and ir the same breath that a portion of tlw ticket put up by that rotten conven tion is so popular that it could elected without an effort. While Andrew Martinson's boy wai raking up flax near Palmeiro the teaTri became so frightened and started to run, throwing the boy under the rake. The teeth of the rake caught him and rolled him on the ground for quite a distance badly injuring him on his legs and arms. At "V^esthope a young lady Who was about to leave for her claim was ten dered a shack shower—the guests brought presents she could»*ee in feer claim shack. Mayvllle is giving a paferit fifeS alarm apparatus a trial. Slot machines at Fessenden were raided. Senator Hansbrough'a Sttckinstin speech made a hit. (8V—(5^—® A tower tank has been erected on a hill near Dickinson to supply me city with sufficient pressure for fighting fire. ®M0~® Dickinson has a big CathoUe church bazaar. Charles Spear killed a big prairie wolf near Bowbells. There was a bad prairie lire near Velva. 1 J. A. Smith of The Oberon Reporter has purchased The Maddux Stand ard. j' St* gv /g ISJ 3/ Editor Wood of Steele is now the publisher of The Dawson Leader. SMs»—(•) H. H. Miller, the first white child born in Foster county, has been doing a carpenter's stunt in Kidder county. (•)—(•)—(i) There has been no greater change in anything in North Dakota than in the development Of the corn crop ta. this state. GMSHS The body of another infant WS& found near Granville. The business men of Granvffl'e held a meeting to discuss the proposition to bond McHenry county for a new courthouse. 5H Some lumber caught fire neax the depot at Granville and cauaeA ex citement for a few minutes. A shunted car crashed into the de pot at Churchs Ferey, knocking the side out of the gents' waiting room. (•WSMS O. Swanson of Courtney lost his barn and nine horses as a result of a Are.. i (SM3H® Twenty-threte young men afr?C©\irt ney have organized the "fl)klddoo Dancing Club." 5 i E. H. Gordon of Langdon is making a great race for state's attorney of Cavalier covM&ty—°n the republican ticket. .m (£)—£—R .»• tm A team stolen from B, O&ell at Glenburn. (5MSM9 There weftl three sudden deaths in Ramsey county in one week. The Farmers' road rttns special trains for the people who want te go to big shows at Devils Lake. (5W~« Adam Heib of McLean county be came insane, shot one of his brothers and shot at some other people. The brother was not seriously injured* a)-®)-® There were several changes in firms at Souris.' "(SMS)-*) A Rolette county blind pigget plead ed guilty at Rolla and has started to serve his sentence as quickly aa pos sible. 3/—®~*® Carrington has finally accepted MMl paid for the new well. There was a destructive prairie fire near Douglas. The new depot at Ross J*? under construction. FSY—CSH*® A box car buggy dealer caugilt a lot of farmers ir. the vicinity of White Earth. A Minot man has mysteriously Ms appeared and his friends suspeet that he has been murdered. Manager Bacon of the Minot opera house has troubles galore with show companies ajid recently found one company Was carrying away "Pro!*." JL "2 hhIhI mm CONTRACTORS They Are Mow Doing Some Lively Hustling to Complete Contracts Before Building Season Ends. Fargo contractors are now rushing building operations with a view po ac complishing as much work as possible on the buildings which are in course of erection, before th# cold weather which is coming soon sets in. It is the intention to finish several of the buildings which have been under way some time before the first of the year, while others which have only recently been commenced are to be put into such condition that work can be com menced on them in the early spring without waiting for, the ground to thaw out. In the latter class is the new St. Luke's hospital. Johnson & Powers who have the contract for the founda tion for this structure have a large force of men at work and expect t$ have the foundation completed in about ten days. The contract for the superstructure will not be let, how ever, until sometime in December as it is not the intention to commence this part of the building before spring. According to the plans of Bowers Bros, the jhew Presbyterian church will be entirely roofbd in by the last of the present week. When this is done shingling will be commenced and there will remain only the addi tion of the tower to complete the ex terior work on the building. The plastering of the second and third stories of the new Y. M. C. A. building has been completed and a crew of six men began work on the first floor this morning with the in tention of finishing within forty-eight hours. When this is done it will only remain to calcimine the walls, lay the flooring, add a few finishing touches to the interior and furnish the build ing before it will be ready for occu pation. Work on the new vaudeville thea tre is going rapidly forward. The superstructure of the first story is now completed and the chances of the entire building being finished by De cember 10, the time specified in the contract, seem to be good. Bower Bros, are making good pro gress in the remodeling of the Hunt ington block. Practically all of the partitions on the second story have been torn out, and the new ones which have been put in are ready for lath ing. The same contractors are busy lay ing the foundation for Norman Young's saloon in Moorhead. They have been obliged to make a consid erable excavation and build stone walls well down into the ravine to support this "building and the work has taken considerable time, but they are now ready to begin the the con struction of the foundation which will be of brick. The roof of the postofflce has now been raised to the required height and workmen are busy remodeling the in terior of the older portion of the building and finishing the new por tion. The old round walls of the tower which has graced the building si nee its construction have been en tirely torn out and in their place straight walls are being erected. Additional plans which have been drawn by Hancock Bros, for St. Mi chael's hospital at Grand Forks caii for the construction of two separate buildings, one of which will be useu for a laundry and the other for a heating plant of the big building. Th^ addition of these buildings make th«^ hospital one of the most completely equipped of the eleesttosyaary institu tions of the northiflre&t. QUICK WORK BY SHERIFF. Found* Horsss Which Were Thought to Have Been Stolen. Grand Forks Times: What looked like the loss of a fine team was clear ed up in a few minutes this morning by the sheriff's office. Ole Aaboe, ac companied by several other parties drove into the city yesterday on busl tbe ness. The team belonged to Aaboe and 1 when they reached the city he got out v feW« fe .V flirty-1, sit i:L. sii A "i I- tcr6rath55, Ts 'liYIIV A The hiKlJest tscientitic and madica] aathorities in 'World -unite lh dftclartagtllat /!2/C rllvUllwl the ulcuhol (about 3'^) contained in a bottJe of pure malt beer like Guild's Peerless Beer not enough to injure anyone, yet nufflclent to natiirslly BtliniJlatt the regular flow or the pnstrlf fluids wtthlu the otomach. en essential to tlie ttHslmilstlon ol 1'rofesnor Ur. K. Struve, Herliii, Uermftny, nays: "Owinjr tn tli» xnial! amount of »lcol»ril in Inn-r tut same cannot led an Hlcvbollc beverage In the usual sense of tb«e woriln." PMrlrn Beer Is an effervescent, wholesome anil fully matured beer of cum andltip Huperlority. Beeanee of this it received the Uold Mt-ilal at St. I,miN Kxposltion 111 1904 and at l'aris in 1900. I! 1(1 raitrance, dolightlul, snappy flavor aud creamy foam. It has been brewed for 50 yeara by the famous tiund Natural the II fe of the malt. Peerless contains only the choicest Ingredients—the essential tonic juices of fine Bohemian hopn, special yeast of our •ultlvatlon, water tlowlntt from a well In trranite roclt and tho malted extract of rich, plump and sound Northwestern barley. Bottled at the ne plant only. Hold In all reputable hotels, cafes, restaurants, etc. Ask "the man behind the bar," or buy a case delivered at your home, for .rnlly use no beer excels feerlestt. Write, 'phone or call JOHN GUND BREWING CO, La Crosse, Wis. HORACE DONALDSON, Manager. MOORHEAD, Min*. of the carriage and took some broken harness to the shop to have it re paired, telling the others to take the team to a certain livery barn to be cared for until he was ready to leave the city this morning. He paid no further attention to the team, knowing that it would be cared for properly and proceeded to look after his busi ness. This morning he went to the barn to get the team and it could not be found. He at once notified the sher iff and a search was instituted. The officers hunted up one of the men who had put the team away, and discover ed that when he reached the barn in which he was directed to leave it, there was no room available and he was compelled to place it in another barn, and had been unable to find Mr. Aaboe to tell him of the change in the plans. The team was found where he had left it. Headaches and Neuralgia From Colds. LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine, the world wide Cold and Grip remedy re moves cause. Call for full name. Look for signature E. W. Grove. 25c. CHINKS IMITATE JAPS. Mr. Henderson says that the recent Russo-Japanese war was a good thing for Japan in many ways as it broad ened the horizon of the Japanese and made them more tolerant of foreign peoples and especially of foreign re ligions. As a result the work of the christian missionary has been made much easier and better progress is be ing made towards the conversion of the Japanese nation. Must Have More Railroads v Mandan Pioneer: The undeveloped resources of this section of the state promise greater returns in a few years than is now being obtained from the soil. It is impossible for the railroads to keep pace with the country. Each year preparations are made for the next—thousands of extra cars order ed, new engines purchased, more help secured and when the next season is confronted the condition which they face is far worse than the previous year. They simply can't grow fast enough to keep up with the country, and with the new developments is it any wonder that new railroads will have to be built and the demand for land increased? Broadway, 4 Ur i^Ml« i|7.Sw( 5Y1- if the Returned Missionary Tails of Changes in the Orient. That China has taken Japan for her teacher and proposes to adopt many of the Japanese methods Is the asesr tion of L. V. Henderson, a missionary of the Reformed Presbyterian church who is visiting in this city and who has labored for many years in mission fields in China and Japan. Ten thous and young Chinese, says Mr. Hender son, are now in Tokio studying Jap anese methods. Some are studying the Japanese police system, others are taking law and still others are making a thorough study of the English bank ing system Japan proposes to adopt. They are the finest class of Chinese and they seek a practical education. Hotel Marlborough 36th and 37th Sts., .•I.I III WHITE FOR BOOKI.KT. n* v 5-' V' -i. Jt 'J- a eparkling- amber oeer with I'toicah that pre- SOIL S0RVEI REPORT Prof. D. E. Willard Tells How those Interested May Receive Copies of the Publication. Of the making of books there is no end. But there are differences in the books. The second biennial report of the Agricultural College Survey of North Dakota is a book that farmers and real estate men in North Dakota (and may be some other states) might well make one of the many books that they read. The agricultural college survey was organized to make a sur vey of North Dakota, looking toward an investigation of the soils and gen eral resources of the state. Particu lar attention is paid to the matter of soils. Several surveys have been made, distributed over the state quite wide* ly, in which a minute study in the field and in the laboratory was made of all the varieties of soli. Full re ports, with maps, of all these areas are contained in this book, which is called by the wretched name of "re port." A good many other valuable papers are contained In this "report" also. Investigations of the under ground water supply, for instance, which is one of the most important questions, aside from the soil itself which farmers have to deal with. The following counties of the state are included in whole or in part in some one at least of the surveys which have been made: Barney, Cass, Grand Forks. McLean, Ransom, Richland, Stutsman, Towner, Ward. you live in any of these counties you, might be interested to know that you may obtain a copy of this book by sending 10 cents to pay the postage, provided you send it soon before the books are all gone. The headquart ers of the survey is at the Agricultur al College of North Dakota, and re quests should be addressed to the di« rector of the survey, Prof. Daniel M. Willard. Four Through Tourist Cars to QafK fornia. The Chicago Great Western railway offers choice of four through tourist sleeping cars to California every weels via different routes. One car goea via Kansas City and Santa Fe routei, one via Kansas City and Rock Island!* ElPaso route one via Omaha ani Rock Island scenic route and one vifc St. Joseph and Santa Fe. No other. line offers such a choice of route# For full information apply to R. IL Jones, Traveling Agent, Fargo, N. l£ Winter Tourist Rates. The Big Four route announces low tourist rate from Chicago to Floret, ida and Cuba, and many other south* ern points. Fastest time to Jackson** ville 11:80 p. m. train arrives earls* second morning. Inquire of I. P. Spin* ing, general northern agent, 2S£ Clarif street, Chicago, 111. Herald Square, New York ,£ Most Centrally Located Hotel on JJroadway. Only ten minutes walk ifo 25 leading theatres. Completely Renovated and transformed in every Apartment. Up-to-date in all re ^|lt c-Ls. Telephone ir, car.li room. Four Beautiful Dining Rooms V'th Capacity of 1200. The Famous German Restaurant Broadway's chief attraction for Spe cial Food Dishes and Popular Music. European Flu. 4M Rooms. 2M Baths. Ratts for Room* $1.50 and upward. $2 00 and upward with bath. Parlor, Bedroom Bath $3.00 and upward. $ .00 extra where two p«rsons occupy a Mingle room. SWEENEY-TIERNEY HOTEL COMPANY E. M. TiERNEY, Mm»I« 1 t- 4 1 4":' /fr -,i 4 x"SfA. ft*?