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,/Va -1" 4 ^*44 y:! t\ '*, "i P,"? S* I ^Vvi." News v i* it il J. Hn 5-*W *•4 \.)! V v •, X" r, V '.j'i vN"..- V* it u. j' v.. 1' V."', Jy^tJUKe a Rousing I Grocery Sale '•-it: er We deliver free $5 orders of groceries sack of our Famous Ceres Flour. We also write Accident and Continued from Page Oiie./ Pugh, Purdon, Putnam, Restemayer, Rohs of Morton Rose of Dickey ScHlenker, Shannafelt, Sinclair, Shir ley, Stevens, Storey, Streeter, Swens eid, Thoreson, Treat, Wake, Watts an4 Mr. Speaker. Those who voted toy were: v Messrs. Anderson of Grand^^rflts Blegen, Brotnow, Casey, Connolly, Gar den, Hannawalt, Hanson, Haugen, Henmingsen, Johnson of Pembina Morin, Nelson of Steele, Parkhill, Pi per, Sorley of Grand Porks, Sorlle of Traill Steen, Tofsrud, Tufte, Ueiand, Walker, Wedge, Weldford, White. Ab sent and not voting, 14. The high pitch of the voices of Messrs. Stevens, Casey and Sorley, ELIEFSEN'S I venue N»t H» I Telephone Call 423 r^¥- QOOD THINGS TO EAT For Saturday^ WE WILL HAVE Valley Celery,large stalks I This is something extra fancy, i.j some and you will want more. ORANGES—Largest line in the city. Fancy Ca!. Navels, doz. PAa 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, QUO New York Apples, Bald- flAn wins and Greenings, pk Hrllv Arkansas Black Apples, ifis g* per peck f. OOll Arkansas Black Apples, es (t% per bbl OsfiO Fancy Creamery Butter, per lb aOO Strictly Fresh Eggai^' per dor .... POll Fancy Florida Grape Fruit, 4 Ain largest, size, each I mm2%3 Faney^ New York Cheese, Fancy PinkWrapper Bricl Cheese, per lb Fancy Pink Wrapper Brick "I Cheese, by the brick, lb.. 1OV Home Grown Onions, good dry stock, per peck Pie Pompkins, each Beat 'Em All Soap, 1 bars... Lenox Soap, 7 bars Silver GIOSB Starchy rf per pkg Quaker Oats, .• 2 lb. pkg... »-ff jgjjt Quaker Oats, -V £$• 5 lb. pkg ..!••• ff*•#»«*. Yankee Oats, 6 lb. sack Spalding House Javft.* :.JWvf.£ s j* 4*sA ,, .:,.-AT THE U7 ,. Farmers' Supply House We are Importers and Wholesalers*, selling direct to the for cash. In this way we Save You 10 to 30 Per Cent On Your Grocery Bill Every Month. iteVery article every day is marked at bottom price. Sdriie m»jf neet our price one day on one thing but the year around we low& the price on all things all the time. s. The resolution 156 Fresh Head Lettuce, each 10,12^ and Fresh Ripe Tomatoes, hothouse, per ib.... Fresh California Santa Clara 4 Day fyuy consum i or we will deliver Watch our advertisements for things doing In 'good things to eat, Ui«» First Avenue North, Fargo. Are you fully protected Do not take any chances. Insurance doesn't cost much and fires are disastrous. tr&i Health Come in and see us or phone 1400 The Hatcher Brothers Corporation Edwards Block jtelephone 1400 From the Capital City uy i'- i. ii a Insurance soon attracted the attention of peop]. in the lobbies, and in a twinkling th space beyond the rail was soon fllle with eager listeners and there was con slderabie of an exoduB from th© uppt house to listen to the forensic festlvl ties. was H. B. 76, O. 26o lOo 26o 2 Bo lOo 2 Ho 25o 3Bo Cpfifcc. per lb I. i.». Prompt Delivery finally refe*r« to the committee on state affairs on th motion of Mr. Blake. The house journed at 2 p. m. Saturday. i House Bills Introduced. H. B. 68, Connolly—Relating to tien on future interest and provides tht such liens can be acquired and attac immediately upon requirement property. H. B. Halaas—Providing how sum mons shall be served, amending section .8, chapter 82, 1897, being section 836« 1905, summons may be by publication in a newspaper. H. B. 70, Freeman—County commit sioners to furnish bonds to his count in the sum of $1,000. H. B. 71, O. P. N. Anderson Cor current resolution providing for th amendment to the constitution whic provides that an elector shall have a riKht to vote in the precinct from which he may have moved until he hs ntad« his residence of ninety days i his new residence precinct. S H. B. 72, Mldgarden—An amendmei to section 814, 1905, relating to ho I school funds shall be paid out. H. B. 73, Midgarden—To amend set tion 2368 to 2869, inclusive, 1905, relal itif? to the removal of county seats. H. B. 74, Walker Appropriating $4(1,000 for use of common and gradeo .schools, that each school operated se\ n months out of the twelve next pre ding the appropriation and has err ployed a teacher not below a secon 'J. land. 20o i 1 grade certificate. H. B. 75, Walker—Amending section s i ., 1905, providing for the enumers tion of school children, 6 to 20 year of age, which is really repealing the present law requiring a sixty-day at tendance qualification to draw appoi tionment. The contention is that th present law works to the detriment ho country districts and to the bent fit of the town schools.- Sorlle—An act pei mitting farmers and land owners dntin their lands into road ditches an "liter depressions when such ditch o 'i' pression is wholly upon owner II. B. 77, Wake—An act to amend aid reenact section 2613, 1005. provid that county commissidners pay for services shall be $5 jer day arid cents.for every miie traveled and thj thu pfRce hours of commissioners shan t»t from 9 a, fa. to 12 noon, arid from to 6 p, m. during regular of spec iai sessions of the board. ... H. B. 78, Shannafelt—Bill to amen and re-enact section 2617, 1905, pre Mng tbat counties with an assesse valuation of $2,000,000 there shall allowed and paid a clerk or deputy in iho office of the county auditor, couc I y treasurer and register of deeds i S i!«it less than $50 per month, in coun 1 with $3,000,000 Valuation a deputv -r clerk at $60 a month, with $4,000,00 5 valuation $75 a month and $5,000,00" a month for wqrk done by sue^ deputy or clerk. H. B. 79, Stevens—An act to amen^ jf i'rtion 4610, 1905, relating to the for illation of building and loan associa 1 Miojis." I H. B. 80, Cunningham—Requiring i ilroad coi^poratloh^ to fence boti i !e» of any portion of its road and makes' companies liable for damages untamed by reason of failure to so i uce. il. B. 8t, Ueiand—Providing that su toteijdent of the iidgeley expert :«r/ is •«tv-T v-Vr^^V.- /•*:*-.$ ..'•" fl. 'f ••'•*•.*• '. "•"mt station shall make biennial re rt of all conditions. B. 82, O. P. N. Anderson—An act encourage elementary education and propriate money for graded rural lools and state graded schools as lows: State graded schools of the Jt class, J300 a year second class, T5 a year graded rural schools of i first class, $125 a yea -Mjcond -as, $75 a year. A flrst-cinas rural iool %nuat have nine months' school employ a first grade teacher and •ond-class, eight months' school and second grade teacher or better. H. B. 83, Piper—Relating to the of eligibility of certain county 'leers, providing that the county aud r, register of (feeds, clerk of the itrict court, state's attorney, sheriff, .inty Judge, treasurer and superin ident of schools shall not be eligible such offices for more than two suc isive terms. -H. B. 84, Treat—An act to prevent i i adulteration -and misbranding of igs and medicines and providing for inspection and testing of such, and irglng the North Dakota experiment tion with that duty and charging i state's attorney with the enforce nt thereof. 3. B. 85, Law—Act to repeal the ights and measures law, section 0 and 2187 inclusive. B. 86, Pugh—(By request) Pro ling for the assessment of" freight lines and equipment companies, in other words is aimed to provide a method for the taxation of private car lines. Printing at the Pen. Mr. Aaker Introduced a resolution, that the committee on public printing in.- authorized and instructed to inves tigate and to report to the house of representatives, as soon as possible whether it would be advisable to es tablish a state printing press at the state penitentiary. A resolution was introduced that the committee on state affairs be request ed and Instructed to secure estimates as near as possible the cost of increas ing the capacity of the twine plant at the state penitentiary, such cost to lie based on a 25 per cent or a £0 per cent Increase of said plant. 8enate Friday. The flies and documents in the Crane -Washburn contest cases were filed with the senate by the secretary rtf state yesterday afternoon. They were referred by Lieutenant Governor Lew is to the committee on elections, which will probably hold meetings for the consideration of the contest as soon i e o THE FARGO. FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY id 1907 ms: n4" O v f'V, vtj *, v 1 4 v 5 1 0 4" v» i W as the attorneys for the parties ar* notified of the time set and put in theu appearance. The documents filed in elude th^ evidence taken in the con test, which will be considered by th" elections committee in connection with the contest. Under the amended senate rule-, Messrs. McDonald, LaMoure, Moviu and Palmer were added to the com mittee on state affairs and Messrs. Johnson of McLean, TaJcott»irK®lly and Dyste were added to the committc on apportionment. Two bills were reported. The com mittee on public health reported S. No. 15—Creating a public health lab oratory at Grand Forks, amending th* bill by adding an emergency claus and S. B. No. 9—Examination of ad verse party, which was recommendc-1 to pass without amendments. S. ]?. No. 8, amending the la*v relating i foreclosure of mortgages, was reported with amendments, aqd when Senator Purcell proposed further amendment it was referred back to the Judiciary committee. Referred. The following senate\ bills Were re ferred: 85, state affairs 40. railroads 41, elections 43, railroads 44, ju diciary 46, ways and rrieans 47, pub lic printing 48, state affairs 49, ju diciary 51, federal relations 53, in surance^ Two senate bills were passed, senate bill No. 2, Taylor—Amendment to the city law, Incorporating the amend ments desired by the city convention of some weeks ago, and Senate Bill No. 3, Hanna—Making Labor day a legal holiday. James Sweetman was assigned to the committeo on warehousing anil grain grading, N. Kunkel on appor tionment, Grace Montage to military affairs and Albert Hamerly was sub stituted as assistant engrossing and enrolling clerk in place of R. D. John son. Carrie Morrish and Marv Acker man were elected as stenographers to the senators. New Bills. S. B. No. 65, Taylor—Redemption of real property from tax sale. Time of payment of subsequent taxes not prior to first day of November after subse quent taxes became delinquent. S. B. No. 66, Pierce—Provides for parole system at state penitentiary, under direction of the state board of pardons. S. B. No. 67, Pierce—Effect of cove nant for future right of way upon con veyances of real property. S. B. No. 68, Talcott—Non-partisan IMPORTED STALLIONS & *1"^ W* M.- h' •f: ... if lack of t. "oBT^P'wr? "fF?l 1 i i i 1 1 i i i 200 Pieces nomination of candidates for? cotlnty superintendent of schools. Nomina tions to be by petition of 0..per ctnt of total vote foj.» such office at la^t election. Separate ballots to be pro vided by the county audltbr witKodt any party designation. —w— S. B. No. 69, Kraabel—Appropriates $20,000 for the Immigration, work: „of the department of agriculture andHta- bor. 8. B. No. 70, Little—Inrraa^s re-. volving fund of state twine plant to $400,000. S. B. No. 71, Stade—Township sup ervisors' term of office to tWo* years. S. B. No. 72, Palmer—General anti trust law. S. B. No. 73, Sharpe—Exempts do mestic mutual hail insurance compao-r les from necessity of depositing $$$,-' if "Ht .! .j'.' Our New Barn No# Completed LOCATIOWI BACH OF MILWAUKEE DEPOT UR NEW BARSNIs now finished, and we have on sale «the tncist rea* sonable terms that can be offered the finest and largest bunch of Imported Shire, Percheron and Belgian Stallions ever brought US' this state. Individual buyters—ranchmen, farmers and others—will find this a good oi»portiinity to get a high class stallion fit to hgpjd any stud. T^ce Milwaukee Dept^car, s^ond stop after you get there, and our stables are half a block away. Mi':- REFERENCES:- 'first NationflfKJWc, ROBERT BURGESS & Milwaukee Depot Fargo, North Dafcotaf Regular Value $4 to $8 «3t vv.y*?-^ Including Fur Neck Scarfs, Muffs and Detachable Collars See Them in the Window HAVE YOUR CHOICE WHILE THEY At iA$f AH Popular Styles DEINIS BROS. FURRIERS 108 Broadway Fargo, N. D. T,.0I Brtfdsr treasurer. or: securities With state WHISPERING® IN THE LOBBIES. A bill Is to be Introduced providing thSr assessors make" reports of phorie lines In their "districts so as tp"' ruaci.1 the Hlate audiior May 1 in order tii facilitate ihe buKWeKH of the stall? hoard of equalization. It was heard in_tiie lobbies and hj|y tels on Friday afternoon that the chances for the appointment of M". Spalding had greatly improved and that the consideration of Mr. Divett for the supreme bench had been drop-' ped. Meody's Second. Floor Ba^gains^ Children's cloaks,,a few of last son's styles, to close out at $1.98. a s WS V-/ w. "I f* Mi- i MiSM 1 «6'