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Louis Stoverson Rosumed His Spree When Released From Jail-^ Was Soon Re-arrested. Loufai Stoverson tStoverson l-lock this morning on the promise at he return to Harwood. He had •2.75 when he was released from the city prison. Shortly after noon a tele .r. To JURGENS & MclNNIS BROADWAY GROCERY CO. We have purchased the stock and good will of this store and we will continue to serve the old patrons as %rell as new with the best the market affords tr? groceries and fruit. Jurg'ens ®, 228 Broad' Phone *25 Fargo, N. Dak. the fell from Straight and narrow path that was Wretched before him this morning by jj|idge Ryan when he was discharged Sifter spending the night in the city #lson. was discharged at 9 IN FULL $30,000 STOCK phone call summoned Officer Mc Lean to the North Dakota end of the bridge where Stoverson was found huddled in a heap. He had no sooner been re leased than he started to finish his spree by investing the money he had left. When he was brought In Judge Ryan announced that the limit was In store for him in the morning when he came before the court. How to Wash Delicate Fabrios. Place a wash boiler on the stove two-thirds full of water, bring to a tepid heat, boil up a bar of pure neu tral soap and mix with the water, gather together the articles to be cleansed, roll up your sleeves and then—telephone the Dixon Laundry. Rough dry, 6 cents per pound. BLAST or Is Now Being Slaughtered at 33 per cent Less than the Wholesale Cost. V* This Sale Will Positively Close Saturday Evening, October 27, AT lO O'CLOCK The public of. Fargo and surrounding country has the Opportunity in this big, successful sale to purchase High Grade Furniture at prices nevqr before quoted in the Northwest It is plain to be seen how the public appreciate good bargains and know good values, which accounts for the large Business that has been t^rariiactf$l thisjf money raising sale. -V' ..It' Clear Y Renter, No Postpenient! Only Two Days Left Out This Entire Stock. All to. Go. Nothing Reserved. D. I. AMES The Cut Price Housefurnisher. nj^»i)imni|ii riyilMM THE U. 5. EXPRESS SALE Some of the Purchasers Were Gold Bricked While Other Made Good Investments. 'Almost everything excepting a house and tot in Fargo, a threshing engine or a farm wagoo was sold in prize packages at the ainmiai gain of the unclaimed packages at United States Express Co. For over three hours during the morning an exhibition was giv ri which was well worth the price of admission. It was the annual sale of unclaimed packages gold to the Mol est bidder to pay express charges. Among some of the prize packages bought some of the buyers bought gold bricks so to speali, but to many instances the purchasers came out on top. One grip brought a dollar and ihe purchaser for his money was faajmlcHl a bunch of soiled Jinen, which 'tin* average man would (have paid a small boy to carry to a dumping ground. Another gentleman, who from At the Unique. The management of this theatre has succeeded in securing- for its patrons this week the famous Smith Bros, black face comedy entertainers, in (heir one act skit entitled "Looking lor Work." The two young men are well known having worked the best nf houses and seeing them is a sure rure for the blues. The motion pic lures and illustrated song All the line bill and together (will THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 25, 1906 •fT make the best programme of the season. A Young Mother at 70. "My mother has suddenly been made young at 70. Twenty years of intense suffering from dyspepsia had entirely disabled her. until six months ago, when sne oegun taking Electric Bit ters, which have completely cured her and restored the strength and activity sh£ had in the prime of life," writes Mrs. W. L. Kilpatrick, of Danforth, Mo. Greatest restorative medicine on the globe. Sets Stomach, Liver and Kid neys right, purifies the blood, and cures Malaria, Biliousness and Weakness. Wonderful Nerve Tonic. Prie* 50c. Guaranteed by all druggists. THE MEAT KPECT10N Charlie Hauser Arrested—The De fense Alleged Inability to Get Inspection—No Decfeion Yet. Charles Hauser, one of the mem bers of the firm of Hauser Bros., butchers, was tried Thursday before Judge Ryan on, a charge of selling and offering for sale meat for human consumption that was not previously inspected. Hauiser was arrested Wednesday evening on a warrant that was sworn out by Mieat Inspector Dunibam. Wihen arraigned before Judge Ryan he •entered a plea of not guilty. He was represented by Attorney Bamett, who put up a spirited light. The city in prosecuting the case proved that Mr. Hauser isold meat at the shop of the firm in this city which had not beea inspected before slaughtering. The defendant admitted this but it was contended that he couM not be prosecuted on the charge on account of the fact that the firm invited the meat Inspector to come to the slaug terhouse, which As .located a mile out side of the city limits, to inspect the cattle before killing. It was urged by the defense that the refuisall of the meat inspector to comply with the invitation of the firm releases the de fendant from all prosecution* under the ordinance. City Attorney Resser, in prosecut ing the city's side of the case, Ihow eveir, contended tfcat the meat 4n spector had no jurisdiction outside of the mile limit of the city a/nd tihat he, nbt having that jurisdiction, could not be compelled to inspect the cattle slaughtered by the firm. i The case consumed the greater part of the day in arguing the different points of the law and Judge Ryan re served hi» decision in the matter urn til tomorrow morning in order that covering the section on probecution wa« made. Sale Starts all apaaranoes came dn from the rural districts !had the pleasure of paying $2 for a nice glass sign advertising a certain brand of whPsky. After I ho box was opened and the purchaser found what he had bought he was thoroughly disgusted as it afterward proved that he was ail ardent sup porter of the temperance movement, fie rtiade one of the bystanders a present of the glass sign. Another purchased for a doiHair a ixttlo of pills. And Valtill anotlher bought for 60 cents a pair of soiled iveraJls. There were quite a few who were more fortunate than 'the above mem i ioned. One package, bought for 45 cents, contained a good gold filled watch and another that was purchas ed for 90 cents contained braoelts and several other articles of jewel rjr. Other packages contained saws, well drilling machinery, pieces of threshing machinery, and, almost 1 'very kind of property. C. E. Wi'lson, who acted as auction eer, entertained tihe crowd of buyers md Ihe managed to secure good rices for many of the packages. In some instances the purchasers made a:s high as 100 per cent on the amount I hey invested while in a great many instanced the purchasers lost that per cent on the amount invested. O O A S O O A S My Planiinum Folders, the very latest fad, only $3.00 per dozen. DRYSDALE, Oor. Broadway and N. P. Av«aa«, Edwards Building. The Great Northern Freight Depot in Moorhead Was Burglarized Last' Night A the court, might read up tbe ordinance 'of Red river ice. which the! Fargo-Detroit Ice Co., i Jos. Ames, Mgr. "w 1 '. *».. V *, I y a-f^' 'A J, try y 'i :-s fW^srrrr^rfr--".- ri^rn 5^? Ty,^^ Saturday Smalt Haul. ^Moorhead was visited early Thurs day morning by yeggemen who blew the safe in the Great Northern freight depot. Shortly after 6 o'clock this morning, when George Sheffield, a freight handler employed at the depot, opened the door of the office, he found the interior of the freight office wreck ed. At a glance the man knew that the office had been visited during the night by safe blowers. Sheffield sounded an alarm and Chief Malvey was .summoned. It was found that the fellows had entered through a south window of the freight house, and after gaining entrance made their way into the office. The usual method of blow ing safes was adopted by the men. which leads the police authorities to the conclusion that the work was that of experts in the business. A hole ^as bored through the door of the safe on one side of the combination and this was filled with explosives. '-Th^~ fexplosion tdre the big dOors from their hinges and carried them clean across the floor of the office, shattering everything in the place. The combination was totally de stroyed. After the big doors had been Amoved the interior doors had been opened by either a pick or 'ft crow bar. The safe blowers were not rewarded to any extent for their trouble as Cashier Gus Johnson has been in the habit of taking most of the receipts taken in during the day with him. Wednesday evening in closing up the office he left |20 in thexsafe. This was taken by the burglars. Chief Malvey and the Great North ern detectives are working on several clues that they have. Late last night Mr. Fetzner, agent for the Miller Brewing Co., in going home, saw two suspicious characters in the vicinity of the depot. Their descriptions have been furnished to the authorities and it is expected that their arrests" will follow within a short time. Joseph Nevelle, night operator at the Great Northern depot, told the po lice that about 1 o'clock this morning he heard a muPfled sound but it seem ed to be like the discharge of a shot gun in the distance. THE ASSESTS OF'FOLDEN Action Taken Before Judg* Ami t«r to Secure Possession of th« Property of Berwick Man. The Acme Harvester Co. and other creditors of R. J. Folden of Berwick through Attorney Lee of this city, ar gued before Judge Amidon in the Un ited States court in which these cred itors seek to have creditors of Folden in Towner show cause why Receiver Paul Campbell jot take possession of the assets of Fol den. Folden was an implement dealer in Berwick and recently, it is alleged, ab sconded. The creditors last week-filed an Involuntary bankruptcy petition. When the petition was filed certain creditors of the man took posesslon of the assets to satisfy mortgages they held which were given by Folden. They still retain possession of these assets and when Receiver -Campbell sought to recover them they refused to deliver' the same to the receiver. The motion argued was for the pur pose of having the Towner creditors show cause why the assets of Folden should not be turned over to him. The hearing continued until almost 7 o 'clock and Judge Amidon took the matter under advisement. ••iH- You don't need a Cream Separator with our Coal.. It is all good. V QIBB3 GRAIN & FUEL CO. X). T, Piatt, Manager Phono 1288 Notice. To consumers of Detroit Lake Ice: We will be unable to supply any of our customers with lake ice after Wednes day, Oct. 24, as our supply at that time will be exhausted. We have plenty 4j 'J .. MANHATTAN ClOTHING STORE CUM We must raise $11,300 by November 20, to meet a note drawn in favor of Leopold Solomon & hteei* /, drath, of Chicago, HI., due at The First National Bank of Fargo on the above date. The only way Is tin offer our $25,000 stock of Clothing and Furnishings to satisfy this indebtedness. We fully anticipated an extension of time until January 1, 1907, at which time we could have made this payment, and upon being informed that an extension could not be granted *re decided to place our stock on sale «t price* that would enable us to raise this money. REMEMBER, A $25,000 STOCK OF NEW FALL AND WINTER CLOTHINQ AND FURNISHING GOODS TO BE SOLD TO RAISE $11,300. STORE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY FRIDAY To arrange for the most lemarkable Clothing Event that the residents of this city ever attended. Morning, WATCH FQK. OUR FREE SPIT OFFER, In the large ad. In tomorrow's paper. Every article in our store will be marked down to cost and less, with a blue pencil. The original prices and tags are all on each garment, so you may see what you save WANTED—15 SALESPEOPLE, APPLY TOMIGHT, or come pre pared to work Friday morning, re-marking goods. HATTAN ClOTHING STOfif, 508 FRONT STREET Bill's Spasm of Activity. Osborne,' Kas., F^mer: A couple of yep.ru ago Bill shifUeas 'got: an "in dustrious streak oil and concluded that the weeds in the orchard should be cut. He went out to the granary and got the old scythe. It needed a A this city should not SMFn*a n. n r! "«*'t v» '•f* October 27, at 9 o'clock At a Glance Our savings pass books are so arranged that the depositor can always tell at a glance exactly how much money he or she haa il* the bank. INTEREST ALLOWED On All Savings Accounts The Northern Trust Co. Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $25,000. "Tread-in" shoes Beautiful Furs -'t- ."•*i new blade, so Bill went down to town and got one. He came /back and spent( about ten minute^ slaying weeds and wa« theri'^aken with a painIn the back and had to Quit. He hung the scythe up over the limb of an apple tree. That afternoon Bill rode horae* back seven miles to a ball game. One of the most interesting facts about Selz Royal Blue shoes is the scientific way in which tht lasts are shaped to make the shoe "tread in" This is one reason why a Selz Royal Blue shoe wears so long the weight of the body is thrown inward onto the ball of the foot as nature intended it to be. You almost never see a Selz shoe "run over" at the heel they're made right Asit us to show you the Selz Royal Blue *3 SO and $4. Outfitters for Men and Boys. shoe ... The fur garments to bfe worn this season excell by far the beauty of those of a year ago. The splendid American furs and rich importations now shown at Denis Bros, are exquisite in every sense of the word. These charming effects are highly ap proved by fashionable circles and are offered at this great fur store at imposing prices. Elegant furs to be made up to order for coats,sacques, flat scarfs, muffs, etc., are shown in almost endless variety of catchy and stylish combinations. Do not hesitate to aftk to see these, or if you cannot call, send for our catalogue and we guaran tee absolute satisfaction to out of town patrons on ready made or made to order fur garments. DENIS BROS IOS Broadway, fargo, *.*4 v *r' 'Vi' y 4 i(¥. 't "A, :r