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*i Real Estate. Stop—Why Go to Canada? hen yon can get free bome^teuds In the beautiful "Golden Valley V Fif tpcn townships will be open for tiling on March 20. Soil, hlnk loam with elav BUlisoll, excellent water, climate vcrv mild': Stock run at large all winter. liailrond lands at $8 to $12.50 per acre adjoining jronr homestead. Free fare, free livery Und hotel Mil to all purehunfiig one-quarter wl'ir?,a.^ lancls adjoining homestead. Which will be shown you free of all cost except the tiling fee. If yon come soon yon can get vo«r For Sale part payment for smaller house or-will take ^edd fori*..-lands. Nice property and nicely lo cated. For further particulars write 0. W. Corner Third and Nicollet, Minneapolis, Minn. Manitoba Land Must sell 480 acres of Manitoba's Rich wit Soil at half price. Located 22 miles from Winnipeg but only 2% miles from market. I«or particulars write S. C. Olson, 349 McGee St., Winnipeg, Man. FARGO. WESTBOUND. No. 1—-"North Const Limited" 5:25 p. m. No. 8—Pacitic Kx press 6:00 a. in. No. 7—llinuesotn Local 8:88 p. m. .No. &—New Coast Train T:4© *. in. EASTBOUNCFC No. 2 "North Const Limited" 7:10 a. m. No. 4 Twin City Impress .... 11:10 p. ut. Ho. 6 -Aiiuiiosota Local ... .9:25 a. in" Sin. 8 Dak. & Alau. Kxpresa.. 9:40 p. m. P. 8. W. BRANCH. •Leaves 8:30 ft. m. •tteturru* 7:05 p. m. CASSELTON BRANCH TO MARION. Mmvaa Fargo 8:10 a. m. fHntnrns 6:40 p.m. •Daily except Sunday. .All other trains daily. 1 hrough tickets to all points la the Wilted States, If SfirMwSlS: choice from six to sixty Wiles on either side of main line of N. P. Hallway. I n e coal, ('all upon or address QEOROB H. PURCHASE, •BACH, NORTH DAKOTA. or Will Exchange. *KMy house on North Broad way for sale. Will consider TIME CARD V-| —OF-- TRAINS Canada, Alaska, China and 1 Japan. A. M. Cleland, G. r. A„ St. Paul, Minn. J. K. JOHNSON, Agent. •M. Paul and Duluth sleepers are run on Train 8. T" i EST, & sf Mf 8 it II (I HktiHttt* rS'f tfumiyjj arinii s i: WM IP 13$ %. UW03IT6 Pemnsyl'/AMA Washikotgx D.C. 50 Rooms With All Modem improvements THE LARGEST AND BEST KEPT BOUSE IN WASHINGTON FOR PRICES CHARGED. CENTRAL IN ITS LOCATION. Convenient to ail lines of Street Cars, Churches, Public Puildingi and Point* of Interest. J* Steam Heat and Electric light through Out the Entire House* Jt Jt Jf RATES. American Plan, $2.50 to $4 0 per d&y. liuropean Plan, $1.00 per day and upward. oTTsfiSuSrvZ GEO. F, SHUTT. Manager 'r No Real Harm Done., I^Boston Transcript: Autoist—KM over someone as I came down froi ,tho club, but I guess no barm w d»»ne. *w.'Friend—Didn't you stop to see? 1 Autoist—Stop, no the machin eeonjed to run alon# all riyhi. THE FARGO FORUM RAILROAD NOTES N. P. EXTENSION. Lin* Through Mercer and Oliver Coun ties Will Be 95 Miles. Bismarck Tribune: Today the Northern Pacific railroad filed addi tional plats in the landoff)£e showing the extension of its north branch line on the west side of the Missouri to a point on the edge of the Ft. Bert ho Id reservation, ninety-five mitQS from Bismarck. The original plats filed showed the survey to Stanton, from which point the new tilings show the road running to Mannhaven, thence it makes? a, cir cle around the big bend of the Mis souri and then follows the river west closely, on the south side, to the edge of the resei-vatlon. This extension adds largely to Bis marck's jobbing territory and brings a region, that has never before had rail communication Into elose relations with this city. Mercer amy Oliver are two counties of the best in the state. Their fer tility is unsurpassed and both are quite thickly settled by a sturdy, industrious and progressive people with whom Bismarck should and undoubtedly will, become better acquainted, our inter ests being common in the upbuilding of this part of the state. The capital city extends the glad hand of fellowship to our newest neigh bors and w ill be ever ready to forward any project which will help that re gion. Matson's Restaurant. Front, st. First-class service. Provis ion room and kitchen open to visitors. Canada's Tariff Law. .... Ottawa, Oct. 2-i.—The premier 4n~ rioUttced today that at the coming ses sion tjf parliament, in Nobemher, some important changes will be made in the preferential tariff, which now favors the United States and the colonies. As no return has been given to Canada for these preferential rates, it is pro posed to limit them. At a convention of merchants today the matter was fully discussed. v VALUE OF EMMER. A Review of South Dakota Bulletin No. 97. The question is often asked regard ing the feeding value of speltz. By this term is probably meant emmer which is the proper name for the grain. Spelts is a term applied to a grain havihg no beards, very little of which is grown in this state. Both of these grains are in reality true wheats though differing markedly from the common milling and macaroni wheats. Emmer and speltz are in no way re lated to barley with which they are sometimes confused. The South Dakota experiment sta tion has completed a feeding experi ment with emmer, (speltz,) millet, oats and corn. The grains were all fed in a ground condition. The millet was a variety of the broom corn mil lets known as the Black* Voronezh. The animals fed were the so-called baby beef. The calves were divided into lots of three and kept on their respective grains (with hay) until marketed. The feeding of the ani mals was divided into three periods the calf period, the grass period, and the fattening period. It was found that during the caif period, oats, with corn as a close second, made the greatest gain per pound of grain. It took one pound, more of millet and one and one-half pounds more of speltz than of corn or oats to do the work of these two grains. Less hay however was required by the emmet fed calves to produce gains than for any of the other graihs. While the baby beef was on grass, it took less emmer for a pound of gain than of any other grain. It took nearly three pounds more of oats than of em mer to gain a pound of beef while, on grass. v r-at Millet stood next to emmer. During I he fattening, period, oats was again in the lead as a fat producer with millet ranking second and emmer fourth. In this case, as during the calf period, emmer made a saving in the haymow. This is probably due to the husk on the kernel of the em mer. acting as a substitute for the coarse feed. The butchers' cuts from the different feeding lots showed up about the same the sirloin from the emmer fed beef being as good as that from the oats fed. The fat in the millet fed beef was softer to the touch than that from the other feedings. The animals were marketed in Chi cago and sold on their merits. After deducting first cost, cost of hay and value of pasture from the selling price, it WHS f^und that the various grfiins TMC COMFORTABLE WAY .(I'M: pa huo. O I N K A N Fsrgri* Pall--, til. Paul z2,S0 Wahj rANB pm Mlt-Oll. HlO!) *. 0 itr St. Paul, iluluth 8.00 8k. Clond, Bt. Paul ».30 Wshpfttou, St. Paol *10.33 IX M. am pm OOTNII WEST Ho. & Or. Frks. moi, Wx.Vrtl am 118. Crooks to u. Dul. Wpfig ,30am 1. Oriental Limited, Hntto, fcipokaue, i e wud const points xijil pm rABUO- ANKTA Leaves O pm Arrivos.. 10.2& sro bABlMOKg--r akoo Arrive ...,.1130 a. m. Leavss 8:15 p. m. ©*!)y, Othar* Daily Rxcapt Etauday. Hiaapiog ear reservations, tlsketa and information from i. L. K'iHAN. A*rat. Fargo Wants. Ten Words One Week 35 Cents word after first laser tfcxi. *r i iiwMfflif Rates for Classified Advertising One cent a word First Time. One-half cent a word each insertion thereafter. No charge less than 10 cents for any one ad. Terms, cash, unless advertiser has a contract. HELP WANTED—MALE. WANTED—Printer on countrty week ly. Reporter. Oberon, N. D. WANTED AT ONCE—A pants and vest maker, steady work. John Lun deen, Can do, X. 1). WANTED AT ONCET an all around printer, good wages. Address, Free Press, Mclienry, X. D. WANTED —Two good carpenters at once. Work for balance of season. Call 1, Tenth street north. WANTED Man to work on dairy farm. E. C. Officer. Resser farm, Fargo. Phone 1167-4Long. WANTED—Cornice makers and tin ners at once, good wages. Write Sheet Metal Works, Grand'Forks, X. Dak. WANTED-—Men to notify us when they have second hand clothes and shoes for sale. N. B.f No. 314 Front street. WANTED—Registered pharmacist to lake charge of store in North Da kota- Call or address C. Q. Nlckells, Moorhead. WANTED AT ONCE—Man to plow 160 acres of land twelve miles north east of Fargo. Alaxhimer-A ustin Investment Co.. Fargo. WATNED—First-class salesman for exclusive territory in Minnesota and North Dakota. For further particu lars address Box 118, Fargo. WANTED—A good two-thirder printer at once. Steady job, good wages to right young man. Band musician pre ferred. Free Press, Lisbon, X. D. LEARN the barber trade and make money easy. Only short time re quired to learn. Illustrated catalogue free. Moler Barber college, Minneapo lis. HELP WANTED. Male and Female. WANTED—At once, straight matter compositor, lady or gentleman, for counter weekly. The Gazette, Court ney. X. D. POSITIONS WANTED. Maie. WANTE D—Position as bookkeeper and cashier by bookkeeper of experience. Address B. K., care Forum. WANTED—Position as foreman on stock or grain farm, by married man. Address H. X. Ballou, Moorhead, Minn. Box Xo. r,4r. EXPERIENCED bookkeeper now em ployed, can take care of a small set of books evenings. Address Bookkeep er, care Forum. WANTED—Place to work for board, by A. C. student. Address W. C. C., care Forutn. AGENTS WANTED. AGENTS wanted to sell household ne cessity, very ready seller. Agents making big money. Either sex. For terms and territory address Weaver, Walling & Co., Xewberg, Ore. AGENTS WANTED with headquarters at Fargo, to represent the Great West Life Assurance Co., of Winnipeg. Good company, and a good contract will be arranged with suitable num. Write for particulars to Geo. Walk er, State Afanagei-, box 407 Grand Forks. brought to the feeders the following prices: Corn 47 (per bushel.) oats 26 cents, millet 38 cents and emmer 83 cents. We may go a step further and And what these prices'mean in North Da kota. By referring to the annual re ports of the Fargo experiment sta tion, we find that the average yield in bushels of emmer, oats and millet at that station for a series of years was as follows: Emmer 46.6 bushels, oats 64 bushels and millet 27.8 bushels. By referring to the year book for 1905, we find that the average yield of corn in North Dakota for that year was 27 bushels per acre. With the prices ob tained for the beef we get the income per acre for the various crops which is as follows. Eminer $15.40 per acre, oats $16.60 per acre, millet $10.60 per acre and corn $12.70 per acre. These figures probably seem high but the yields of grain from the Fargo station are probably higher than those ob ined on the average farm. The rures are probably comparative for at portion of the state. Farther est, in the drier regions, emmer ight yield a larger income than the its. It, R. Waldron. Words Take on New Meanings. Portland Oregonian: Words undergo I sorts of changes. Not so much In rm as in meaning. Their forms re main iraceable, but the way in which many of them shift their meanings is »ry interesting and remarkable. Take ir common word, "resentment." It i i\v means manifestation of anger or spleasure. It signified civil attention i recognition of a friendly act. To suivocaie was at first merely to call r-o FA JF N. II. things by the same name, not to ter a falsehood. Hypocrite meant or inally nothing but a player or actor id had no sinister meaning. Tinsel llrst was made of the precious met- nil detection of repeated frauds loused its degradation. The w«4 "»4-1 ©AILY REPUBLICAN THTJBSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 25. 1006. Fargo Wants. Ten Words •iter One Week inser tfos. 35 Cents Rates for Classified Advertising One cent a word First Time. One-half cent a word each insertion thereafter. No charge less than 10 cents for any one ad. Terms, cash, unless advertiser has a contract. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED—Dining room girls at Pi rle's cafe. WANTED—Two lirst-ciass dinlngrooin girls. PrcscOtt hotel. GIRL TO CLERK at Ideal restaurant, -1 Eighth street south. EXPERIENCED lady typesetter want ed at Kclio ofilce, Drayton, N. D. COMPETENT girl for general house work. Apply 817 Fourth avenue south. WANTED—Girl to assist with light housework. 203 south Eighth street. Moorhead. WANTED—GoOd girl for general housework, two in family. $19 Third avenue north. WANTED—flood girl for general housework. Small family no wash ing. Phone 14ir»-M. WANTED—Apprentice girls to learn dressmaking. Mrs. Carr Anderson, 711* First avenue south. WANTED—Girl for general house work small family. Mre. Nell Wasem, Ninth avenue south. WANTED—Good girl for general housework. Small family, good wages. 715 Seventh street south. WANTED—Girls and cooks good po sitions. \V. A. Ristvedt, employment agent, Savings & Loan building, phone 1388. WANTED—Competent girl for general housework, good wages, no washing. Phone 36»J-1, or apply Mrs. E. R. Or chard, 715 Eighth street south. WANTED—Lady to assist in care of invalid lady. Must have quiet, kind disposition and be strong. No house work. A.id ress F.. cure Forum. POSITION WANTED. Female. TWO GIRLS want kitchen or upstairs work in a hotel. Write to O. G. J.. St. Hilaire, Minn. LADY who wishest-to go to coast would like position as nurse or com panion' to lady or invalid, or as house keeper. Address M-4, care Forum. NOTICE—WE WILL BUY MEN'S second hand clothes and shoes. Send postal. N. B„ 314 Front street. NORTH DAKOTA POST CARDS. DEALERS. write for samples of our line. We sell to dealers only. The Porte Company. Fargo. X. D. FURNITURTE FOR SALE. FOR SALE—Furniture of a seven room house at a bargain, 421 Sixth avenue north. J3RESSMAXJ^NG^ SHIRTWAIST and plain sewing at 427 Seventh avenue north. LOS LOST—Thursday evening, gentleman's bicycle: had pink frame with sev eral dents in it, new running gear and coaster brake. $5 reward for return to Forum office. LOST—In or between Fargo and Lis bon. a pocketbook containing money and valuable papers. A liberal reward will be naid for recovery. Return to Frank Renshaw, Fargo. FOUND. FOUND—Child's girl bicycle. Owne" rftav have same by enquiring at Sal vation army barracks. miration" once meant wonder merely. Now it also means approval and de light. There are thousands of words in English that thus have changed their signification, some for the better, some for the worse. But their forms have changed Uttle, in many cases not at all. Another Railroad'Plot. KancMus City Journal: Another ba^e and insidious conspiracy against the liberty, peace of mind and general welfare of the people of Kansas has been formed by the reptile railroad corporations. The railroads are. send ing out soli and culture trains over the state. These trains are carrying farming experts and lecturers from the state agricultural college who are to make short talks to farmers on wheat growing and the importance of using only the best wheat for seed. The railroads send lecturers, experts, corn growers, ove.r Iowa showing the value of seed selection in planting the crop, with the result that the corn crop of Iowa \Tas increased in value $30, 000.000 In two years. Anyone can see with half an eye into this base design of the railroads to corrupt the free and independent yoemanry of Kansas. Their sinister purpose is cloaked un der this statesmanlike plan to develop the farming industries of the state, but' the vigilant eye of almost any office! seeker ran detect the fraud at aj glance. The real object of these soul- I less corporations is to teach the farm ers how to become rich and thus to 1 corrupt their integrity and destroy s and the word was in good repute, their virtue for, of course, as is well. known, only the poor can be honest and vlrtuWjLS. :. v.. Fargo Wants. after Rates for Classified Advertising One cent a word First Time, One-half cent a word each Insertion thereafter. No charge less than 10 cents for any one ad. Terms, cash, unless advertiser has a? contract. ROOM AND BOARD OFFERED. ROOM and board can be obtained at 40_' Eighth street south. ROOM and board to be obtained at Mrs. P. A. Paige, 321 Tenth street south. FOR RENT. Rooms Furnished, 8. 8. ^JR^NShrE^^OOR^^TO^^ElNT-^lfln First avenue south. ROOM in modern house. Call at 1206 Second avenue south. FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms en suite. Modern. 366, Seventh avenue south. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for rent, His Seventh street south. Phone FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, heated and lighted, $i per week per person. 81 r. Seventh street south. FOR RENT—Furnished front room with alcove, in modern house. 1114 Second avenue south. 433-L, FOR .RENT—Two large furnished rooms, sutiahle for students. En quire Ktit Thirteenth street south. FOR RENT. Rooms Furnished. N. 8. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, mod ern house. Apply 702 Broadway. FURNISHED room, modern, close to boarding house. 1020 First avenue north. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS—With heat. On car line. 60S Fifth street north. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, corner i'ourth avenue and Fifth stret north. No. 324. FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod- i ern house, gentlemen preferred. Call 10Hi Third avenue north. FOR RENT—-Furnished room, modern, centrally located. Gentlemen pre ferred. 308 Eighth street north. FOR RENT. Rooms Unfurnished. N. CcNTS Ten Words One Week 35 Cents 8. FOR RENT—Two unfurnished rooms. Enquire 124 Eleventh street north. FOR RENT. Houses—N. 8. FOR RENT—Eight-room house, base ment, electric lights and cistern. En quire 415 Fourth avenue north. FOR RENT—Comfortable 7-room house, with cellar, cistern, shed and electric l*|ht. 302 Third avenue norih. Phone R92L. FOR RENT—A nice comfortable aix room house, cellar, cistern, gas, wired for electric lights, inside toilet. Inquire at Peterson's Music House, 118 Broadway. FOR RENT. Houses, S. 8. SEVEN-ROOM house on Ninth street south, number of house 604. For par ticulars call un phoiic Xo. 1076-L. FOR RENT. Flats. FOR RENT—Desirable three-room and bath apartment: steam heat, in Porritt flat. Phone 374M. FOR RENT, STORE. FOR RENT—Large store building, with or without upstairs. Enquire at 500, care Forum. FOR RENT. Offices. SUITE of rooms with vault, in Magill block. Call Pierce & Tenneson. WANTED TO RENT. WANTED—Three or four modem un furnished rooms for light housekeep ing, ground floor, no children. Address \, care Forum. WANTED—Three modern unfurnished looms for light housekeeping, bv gentleman and wife, no children. Dr. 3. R. Cromb, Tel. 662-L. WANTED TO TRADE FOR AN AU TOMOBILE. A FINE quarter-section of land, six miles from town, on the main line of the Northern Pacific railway and .six teen miles northeast from Bismarck, the state capital. The land lies line arid smooth, no stone and has a two wire fence around it. and being used for pasture. Price $2,000 and will trade for a good automobile. Address Thom as F. McCreedy, Driscoll, Burleigh county, North Dakota. No Right Away. Indianapolis Sun: Reporter—'TWd I understand you to say in your speech that great fortnues are a national menace and should be prevented by legislation? Candidate—Ten, sir. the welfare of our glorious commonwealth demands that— Reporter—I understand that you are worth $10,000,000. Will you— Candidate—My dear young man, if you will look farther along in my re marks you will find I said the reform would not be accomplished In this generation. $ For State News Read The Fdtouft. Fargo Wants. a Cfirst TenJVords One Week 35 Cents word after Rates for Classified Advertising One cent a word First Time, One-half cent a, word each insertion thereafter. No charge less than 10 cents for any one ad. Terms, cash, unless advertiser has a contract. BUY, 8ELL OR EXCHANGE. WE BUY, .sell or exchange new and second hand furniture. Easy ternoa. M. Levits, 416 Front street, Fargo. HOUSEKEEPERS' HEADQUARTERS BUY, SELL AND 1EXTHANGE^NEW and second hand furniture and stoves. Hartstein, 402 Front street phone 181. FOR 8ALE. Household Goods. FOR SALE —.I'\yci tan range, eheux*. Used only a short time, 223 Roberat street. FOR SALE—One mediium size coal stove, and one air tlfht. Call 967 Tenth street south. NEW and second hand furniture, in stallment plan. Fargo Auction stom^ r.lo First avenue north. FOR SALE—Radiant Home heater, No. steel cook range, one small buift room s• i. Call ill.' First avenue south. FOR SALE CHEAP—Stoves, dressers, washstunds. toilet sets, chairs, tables, refrigerators, wardrobe and dishes. 421 Sixth avenue north. FOR SALE CHEAP—Singer sewinff machine, Radiant Home heater, will burn any kind of fuel both in g(»od condition. 702 Uiondway. BUSINESS CHANCE. FOR SALE—Restaurant, complete rty tIIres, good location. In JP&rffo. A, R., care Forum. FOR SALE—Paying weekly republican newspaper in good section of North Dakota. Address W., care Forum. FOR SALE—One single tegulatiou bowling alley, bails, back stop of leather and side runners. J. R. poJ. lock, Casselton, N. I). FOR SALE—A good paying moving picture show In town of 8,000 to 9,0®0. Have other business and cannot at tend to same. Will allow investigation. Address A. U., care Forum. TWO GOOD LIVERY BARNS under one management, with t'orlv-two head of horses buggies, harness, etc., In best town In North Dakota, for sale or will exchange for good farm lands in Minnesota or the Dakotas. A. B. M.ilin. Kulin. X. I). GRAND OPPORTUNITY In prosper ous Xorth Dakota town. For snJe, modern hotel with large traveling and local patronage. Established fourteen years, owner must retire owing to ill ness of wife, also excellent livery barn with horses and carriages, good water, with every convenience. Apply E, ear» of Formu. WANTEC TO BUY. WANTED—Second-hand coal Phone S.M-L. heater. WANTED TO BUY—A second hand lever paper cutter. Free Press. He Henry. N. D. WANTED TO BUY—Light delivery oa express wagon, suitable for n# horse. Enquire Wagon, care Forum, WANTED TO BUY—All kinds of men's second hand clothing. Send a postal card to J. J., 224 Front strict. Fargo, N. D- FOR SALE. FOR SALE—Fire Insurance. Hatch** Pros. FOR SALE—Few good second hand heating stoves. D. I. Ames. FOR SALE—Nice clean old papenfc lj cents per hundred at Forum office, RABBITS for sale very cheap. Loren Chauncey Davis, 522 Seventh street north. F.OR 8ALE—Two thoroughbred Eng lish bull pups. Call 1201 Fourth ave nue north. FOR SALE—(.Jilt Edge hot air furnace. Will heat large store. Howland Goodrich. FOR SALE—Fine buffalo overcoat. otter collar and trimmings large size. Call and see It at Joseph I'inkus. IF you don't And the house or room here to suit you, advertise for It, Hundreds of people are watching this column for your ad. FOR SALE—Cass county maps, shof|» Ing names of owners of every quiUf*' ter section. By express, $1,76 for pa per, $3.25 for cloth backs. FOR SALE—A few of those celebrated sets of Forum dishes. $6 pays for the set and The Dally Forum six months in advance—it your arrear age.-- are paid. TO HOTEL MEN—A bargain. Th» Bathgate Temperance hotel for sale. Reason for selling, lady is alone and can run it. It s got to be sold within two wefks. Terms cash. Apply Batft gute Hotel, Bathgate, N. D. RAMBLER—A fine Rambler touring car must be sold: this car is In A-l condition, with ten-inch swing lampe and $100 worth of extras. Will-sell for one-third actual cost. If you want a cheap auto this is your chance. Write J. D. FurchL Wimbledon. N. D. tier WILL RENT OR BUY. WANTED—To buy or rent a meat market in a small tflwn in North Dakota. Address T. &, cat* Forum.