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i A U S E E N S A U S E E N S
L. -J
Curtain 8:15 Sharp
Monday, Feb, 25.
Mr. Jas. Kyrie MacCurdy
In ttM
and,the representative boxers,
fiANNY DOUOMERTY
and
KID SHARKEY
Who lend r*a'l»m in the mhtbMlon Ml Hk
arena scene In last act.
Prices 75c, 50c, and 25c.
Boats on gale at Cassvlwau'a drug store
CURTAIN 8:15 SHARP
Tuesday, Feb. 26
DeKoven, Klein & Cook's
Romantic Comic Opera
ISSISfe
CHERIDAH
SIMPSON
Grarmf Sfn£ln£ Chorus
Augmented Orchestra
Prfctt: $1.50, $1.00, 75c,
"Gallery 50c
Heats oa sale it '.Hscitu iii*a drag store
CTOTAIH 8:15 8HI*P
Saturday, Feb. 23
In David Belasco's Great Play
usse
Management Chas. L. Young
PRICES: $1.00, 75c, 50c. 25c
at« oa rate at Cusaelmua drag store
J. N. Madlavb, ». 0. Ellubtth RMtaab, M. D.
Martia P. Rindlaub, M. D.
DRS. RINDI AUB
sphciamsts
BYE, liAR, NOSti AND THROAT
PARUO, ___ N. DAK.
da Lendrecle Block. Oppoilte N. P. Depot.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
HOSPITAL
DR. A. BEAUDOHX,
SPECIALIST.
Hack. rarp, N. D.
IN FRONT OF TRAIN.
Stark County Official Had a ThrHflng
Experience at Richardton.
Dickinson Post: Deputy Sheriff
John Budda met up with a large bunch
of bad luck on Monday afternoon at
Richardton, when he came near losing
Ills life by falling against the ties of a
track over the rails of which a moving
t^ain was passing. Those who wit
nessed t'he accident are not entirely
Gure yet that John is alive as it seemed
tmpossibie that he could come so near
Qfeath and escape. Several trains were
In motion in the yards when Mr.
fludda attempted to cross the tracks.
He turned to watch the approach of
Ho. 3, which was just coming into the
tdwn when he stumbled and fell not
ten feet in front of a freight, which
Was getting under way to leave the
yards. His head struck against one of
tfce ties and there he lay too frightened
Or stunned to attempt to move. The
front part of the engine missed him,
tjut some projecting part struck his
Head, making a deep wound and frac
turing several bones in his face. That
lie was not instantly killed Is marvel
oUs.
IDEAL
Electric Theatre
AND VAUDEVILLE
PROGRAMME
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Week Commencing February 25,
Jen! ins & Barrett
Original Comedy Sketches
LlfE
MOTIONHPICTK
Five Interesting Subjects
ILLUSTRATED SO.NCI
"LITTLE ONE, GOOD BYE"
Miss Ethel Pauline Kelbie
Soloist.
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BROADWAY
tomatic Drama,Vaude
ville, Popular Concerts.
CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE
2 to 8 p. m. and 7 to II p. m.
Admission 10c ChfWrsn 80 Afternoons
Penny Arcade in Connection
ADMISSION PKEB
An Extraordinary Attraction
The Celebrated Mexican Magician
The l'ecr of All Freitidigitators,
Assisted by
M'lle MOWRA
In their Wonderful Feats of Ledg
erdemain and Mystical Illusion,
Including Their
Famous Aerial Suspension
Illusion
The Greatest Act of the Kind
Before the Public.
MISS MARGARET GRAYCE
Singing and Talking Comedienne
Presenting Her Own Original and
Inimitable Creation
"THE SUMriER BOY"
GERAlT) EVANS
In One of the Late Pictured
Melody Successes
A Splendid Bill of Life Motion
Picture?, Including
A Trip Through the Yellow
stone National Park
O E S A
THE THEATRE
Feb. 2i.—Old Clothes Man.
Feb. 26—The Red Feather.
Feb. 28—Florence Gale.
March 2—Mclntyre & Heath.
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James Kyrle MacCurdy, starring In
The Old Clothes Man, a play from his
own pen, makes the clothes vendor,
Solomon Levi, a character study -of
great merit. All the buffoonery and
ridicule, which usually pertains to
such characters when presented on the
stage, are absent, and the old Hebrew
is a most touching and inithetio fea
ture whose ready humor and ability
to kcp the bright side of the darkest
situation, win him the love and re
spect of all, The OW Clothes man ap
pears at the Fargo operahouse this
evening.
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Tomorrow evening The Red Feather,
another of 'Reginald DeKnven'g suc
cesses, appears at tho Fargo opera
house. Miss Cherldah Simpson, a
prima donna, who is said to possess an
exceptionally fine voice and to be a
clever actress, will appoar In the title
role. Red Feather is conceded to be
the best musical effort to be found in
the many DeKoven compositions. The
music ranges from light love songs
to stirring marches and ensembles,
the score in its' general tone being
martial. The affairs of love and war
of a group of high-born personages In
tiie mythical kingdom' of Romancla
make a pretty story, as woven Into
connected Incident by, ChfcrleB Klein.
Suitable lyrics, quite ih keeping with
the Important character of the music,
were supplied by Charles Emerson
Cook. Manager Jos. M. Galtes has En
gaged a strong cast of principals, in
cluding Daisy Fuget, Frieda Rica, Ger
trude Black, Virginia. Giblyn, Lyman
Wheeler, Ben G. MacGahen, W. J. Mc
Carthy, Richard Karl, W. H. Powers
and Charles Fritz. Particular atten
tion was paid to the selection of
voices for the chorus, which la large
numerically. From a scenic and cos
tumle point of view, the production
is quite a? elaborate and complete as
any that Has ever visited this city,
a a
David Belasco's great play, La Belle
Russe, with the beautiful Florence
Gale In the stellar role, will be the at
traction at the Fargo operahouse
Thursday evening,
At the Grand.
Tfca Sailor and the Horse is one of
GRAND
FAMILY THEATRE
Opposite Postofflce, Fargo, N. D.
TO A Y mo TONIGHT
2JO P.M. Wfiiidit
MAT!\EB
Prices 10c 20s
MOVlNfi
Arnold & Gardner
Comedy Sketch
JOHN MALL
In Tv o Mew Popular Illustrated
Songs
THE DEMACOS
The Great American (lyrnnasts,
or The Silver Chain
THE BURKES
Comedy Acts
HarryLaRose&Co.
til W ill **a. a 4-^
Comedy
The Sailor and the Horse
Turn B\% I:!ir. tli« sailor inHO
Harry La Rosa
Sport HcNulty, a sideshow manager
with a horse to sell ..Chas 11 Crosby
Patiaaa, a Turkish-American dttucnr
DR. A. J. KAESS
Physician and Surgeon
Over WUser's Drug Store
PHONE 175-L FARGO, N. D.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
ATTORNEY#.
P. A UXIOTT & KICHAKDSON, ATTOU
im .VS nt Ln w. Offices, 4 and 0, Morton
building, Broadway.
COIIKltTS, AUGUSTUS, HENDERSON
block. Broadway, Fargo. Probate prac
tice a specialty.
I.EE. AUTIll B., ATTORNEY AT LAW.
otiWcs, rooms 1. 2, 3, No. 10 Broadway,
Practices In all courts.
TURNER, H. R., ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offices in Edwards buildlug, Broadway.
I'nMtires in nil courts.
MILLER, HENRY F„ ATTORNEY AND
Counsellor at Law. Over Fargo National
bank block, Fargo.
ROBINSON, J. E.. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
t)12 Front street, Fargo. Practicea ln all
court*. Tax cases a specialty.
PHYSICIANS.
DR. PAUL SORKNESH. PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon. Olllce Third Floor, Edwards.
Bldg., Fargo.
Pit. I\ H. BURTON. PHYSICIAN AND
Sui-jscon Office over Fout & Porter
fleld's drug stoic. Phone 1038 office
li:«S-K reside nee.
DR. t". N. CALLANDER. PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon. Office deLendrecle block.
Honrs: 11 to 12. :i to «. 7 to 8. Tel.
:i4j-K, office 313-L, residence Fargo,
N. I.
DARROW & WEIBLE. PHYSICIANS
iiud Surgeons. Offices deLendreele
block, corner Seventh street south and
Frout. Office hours: 3 to 6 and 7 to
1) p. in.
DR. A. V.. MORRIS, PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon. Office over Wllser's drug store.
f»08 Front street. Hours: 0 Jn 12: '1
to 5 and 7 to 8. Telephoue 1043 L, of
fice 1043-K, residence.
UNDERTAKERS.
AND LICENSED EM RA LMER-FfTNER
nl Supitlit's. J. F. Rice. 8 South Broad
way. Office south of Moody's store.
the headliners on the Grand bill this
week and is said to be one of the best
vaudeville attractions ever seen in this
city.. The Demacos in a gymnastic
act is another, strong feature on the
bill, also the comedy sketch of Arnold
and Gardner. John Hall has one of the
latest song hits this week, while the
motion pictures are said to be the best
ever. Altogether the management of
the Arand says the bill this week Is
considered to be the strongest that Is
on the circuit.
Special Announcement Regarding tho
National Pure Food and Drug Law.
We are pleased to announce that Fo
ley's Honey and Tar for coughs, colds
and lung troubles is not affected by the
National Pure Food and Drug law as
It contains no opiates or other harmful
drugs and we recommend It as, a safe
remedy for children and adii&ji. H.
H. Casselman, Lion drugstore^
Word for Jack.
of oil inspector. Mr. Willson is a dem
ocrat, but it is some years since he
quit voting for Gin'ral Jacksonr How
ever, if Mr. Willson succeeds in fill
ing the office as satisfactorily to the
people of the state as has Inspector
Jackman—-all will be well.
Going it Too Strong*.~.
She—"Belle is one of those new
women. She declares it's a woman's
privilege to be plain."
He—"That's all right, tat Belle
abuses her privileges."
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A U S E E N S
THE FARGO FOITtTM ATTT1 DAILY REPUBLICAN, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25, 1907fi
O'CLOCK
Prloas 10c, 20c, 30c
FUN ALL WEEK
FEB. 25, 1007
PROORAMMB FOR WEEK
RUDD'S ORCHESTRA
LATEST
PICTURES
Jenuie Oonlson
Path O'Neil, a jockey James LeHlanc
CHANGE THURSDAY MATINEE
lax Office Open 1 P. M. la tO P. M.
TELEPHONE 27
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME EVERY
WEJtK
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Farmers around Norwich are plan
ning to grow a lot of tamo hay.
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North Dakota Kernels
A blind pigger, who was arrested at
Kensal, made his escape as there was
m» Jail In which he could b#, kept se
curely. V.
v.
Representative Chapman Is endeav
oring to secure an experiment atatlon
fox Williston.
U-5)—
A. M. Young, recently of The Towner
Tribune, couldn't keep out of the news
paper business and is now located at
Ray.
qp •&>
Editor Maltby of The Forman News
is not worried over the attacks made
on him by some correspondents In
other newspapers.
Ole Rude of Aneta was charged with
the paternity of a child by Miss Inga
Rickstad and Is in jail till the May
term of court in dcfatJIt of $800 ball.
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The Tribune wants to know what
became of the committee appointed to(
codify the city laws of Bismarck.
-lev—•
T. D. Hughes, N. P. agent at Bis
marck, is leaving the railroad business
and will take up life insura&oa 1*ork
with headquarters in Fargo.
o
A. H. Stapley of Davenport is the
new N. P. agent at Sheldon.
eV
S. Breaw of Sheldon has made a Suc
cess of poultry raising.
Devils Lake will have a baseball
team this year in a new league to be
established in that part of the state
ve-A«V
George Guyer was arrested at Devils
]Lake on the charge of selling liquor
to the Indians.
Highways are in bad shape after the
thaw.
It Is claimed that a big saving can
be made if a farmers' elevator Is tluilt
at Park River.

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There is a controversy at Park River
between the editor of The Gazette
Witness and Constable Catherwood.
A Langdon drayman is charged with
pigging.
sv—^®—**
"Scotch" Nell, the unfortunate worn
an who gained a great deal of notor
iety In this state, 4s dead.
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The farmers In Cavalier county have
subscribed 80,000 in stock tot thm new
railroad.
*»—an—op v-.
Spuds are bringing a good price in
most towns.
til/—/y*
Railway engineers allege ttiat one of
the great reasons of the trouble with
roads this year Is that the engines
have not been kept In repair, and have
also been overloaded.
Arthur Tennis near Balfbttr, lost his
home by fire and among other things
had some cash burned. If he had de
posited that money in a bank he would,
have been somewhat better off.
The Devils Lake Inter-Ocean prom
ises Representative Miller all sorts of
chromos if he succeeds in locating the
state fair at 4hat point.
•h~'e—(•*
The Item wants a new hotel at Kor
wich.
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The Knox Advocate takes a cheerful
view of the recent trouble during the
snow bleckades.
A freight train killed some cows near
Rolla.
Farmers ih many section*? of the
state used the railroad track for a
driveway and packed the snow so hard
that It became too solid for the rotary
engines to handle and has to be picked
out by hand.
In some sections of the farmer boys
Assisted materiall in relieving the
*now blockades by joining t»(ii,'Vvt!all-
road snow 8hove
Maddock Standard: Governor JJurke ®—(s—®
has appointed Frank Willson, editor of' February term of court In Ro
The Bathgate Pink Paper, to the offlce
,Tt A
JRM.T'.--,
iing gangs.
le"e cou'"), wa"
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Mandan officials are killing dogs.
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Editor Wetherbee, who was a part
owner of The Mandan Pioneer for
some time hag returned to Iowa and J.
R. Gilbreath Is In sole control of the
publication.
—(5^—
There Is someone on The Mandan
Pioneer who is inclined to take ser
iously some things that are meant for
jokes. Moral: Label 'em.
W. F. Lorin was elected superin
tendent of schools in Morton county
but failed to secure the necessary cer
tificate from the state superintendent
and the commissioners will have to ap
point a man for the position. Profes
sor McNally may be selected.
(m*—
John Hoffer of Hebron was bmmd
over to the district court on the charge
of forging the name of his dead broth
er to chattel mortgage.
Thos. Bell of Willow City attempted
to start a fire with kerosene, but got
the gasoline can. He had a lively time
when the match was applied.
The Great Northern has recently put
up a lot of snow fences near West
hope, where) the cuts are easily filled
up.
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Some years ago a nice operahouse
was built at Casselton. Churches and
othei* halls proved too much compe
tition and the operahouse has been
conducted at a loss. The 'owners now
announce they Intend to clos^ the
place, which will be a serious loss to
Casselton and prevent any shows in
the future.
—'5)—'i)
I"*"!""** March
Two Great Northern employes were
injured in a wreck near St. John.
"The Pembina Pioneer Express thinks
North Dakota Is ripe for electric lines.
Postmaster Oliver of Lisbon was at
lltsmarck to oppose the fraternal in
surance bill.
A Kidder county man baa been In
Virginia looking over the country but
found nothing better than North Da
\kota, and will return.
"in -fi* .• -AfeSU.-- *-U^JLc.{ W i r\i'f
TT I'wiL'ag
SPfSTSrai
Eat More
SCHOOLS
TO CELEBIiATE
STATE SyPT. STOCKWELL HAS
REQUESTED PUBLIC SCHOOLS
IN THE STATE TO MARK THE
HUNDREDTH BIRTHDAY ANNI­
VERSARY OF LONGFELLOW.
Plans are being made for the cele
bration of the centennial anniversary
of Longfellow In Ull the schools of
North Dakota. The anniversary oc
•urs next Wednesday, Feb. 27. and
Supt. W. L. Stockwell Is urging all the
school authorities to observe it in fit
ting manner. Though there may be
some dispute as to who is America's
greatest poet, it is certain that Long
fellow has been more widely read both
In this country and abroad than any
other of our poets. He has been fit
tingly called the American poet lau-.
reate. His poems are familiar to ev
ery American school boy and girl.
In compliance with Superintendent
Stockwell's request a celebration In
honor of the centenary of his birth is
being arranged In the Fargo schools.
There will be special exercises in the
rooms in the graded schools next
Wednesday, and a programme will be
given In the high school chapel.
The letter l-elative to the celebration
which Superintendent Stockwell is
sending out to all the school authori
ties in the state is as follows:
To Teachers and Superintendents of
North Dakota: Feb. 27, 1907, is the
100th anniversary of the birth of Henry
Wads worth Longfellow. Born in Port
land, Me., educated in Bowdoin col
lege, he spent the first twenty-three
years of his life after leaving college
as a teacher at his alma mater, and
later at Harvard. He left the work
of the classroom to devote his entire
energies to literary work. While pos
sibly he may not be considered the
greatest poet America has ever pro
duced, yet no other has had so strong
a hold upon the affections of the Am
erican people as Longfellow. He has
sometimes been called the children's
poet, and, as such, It seems fitting to
us that more- than passing notice be
given this anniversary in the public
schools of North Dakota. It is,
therefore, our recommendation that a
portion of the afternoon of Wednes
day, Feb. 27, be set apart for the pur
pose of recounting the life of this poet,
and for the reading and study of his
works.
"There are few children who are not
more or less familiar with 'The Chil
dren's Hour,' 'The Village Blacksmith,'
'The Psalm of Life,* 'Hiawatha,'
'Evangeline* and 'Courtship of Miles
Standish.' We believe It is possible
for something to be found in the
poems of Longfellow which will appeal
to the children of every grade.
"Because of the probability that
some elaborate programmes will be
given in connection with the birth
days of Washington and Lincoln, we
do not recommend at this time any
elaborate programme upon the Long
fellow anniversary, yet it seems to us
that the day ought not to pass without
some recognition. We leave itr with
the individual superintendent and
teacher to work out the details of this
memorial. Very truly yours,
"W. L. Stockwell,
/"Supt. Public Instruction/*
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A RELIC, V.
Traveling Man Exhibits Newspaper 107
Years Old.
Geojge R. Calkins, a well kxxown
Minneapolis traveling man, exhibited
an interesting relic at one of the local
hotels Saturday evening. It was an
Ulster county, New York, newspaper,
The Gazette, dated Saturday, Jan. 4,
1800.
Among the articles of news was an
account of the death of George Wash
ington, which occurred Dec. 14, 1799.
One of the advertisements reads:
"For Sale—A sawmill and a negro
wench."
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PRESIDENT HILL IS PLANNING
TO GET AROUND DIFFICULTY
OF INCREASING THE CAPITAL
IZATION OF THE GACAT NOR
THERN ROAD.
Railway officials are touch perturbed
over the supposed plans of President
James J. Hill of the Great Northern
road that should he fail in his efforts
to increase the capitalization of his
road by $60,000,000 to enable him to
make It a double-track system
throughout, that he will get around
the difficulty by organizing a new com
pany and build another transconti
nental line. It is said that this would
be a considerably more expensive op
eration than merely double-tracking
the existing road, but where necessity
exists money expenditures do not
count for much with Mr. Hill in the
carrying out of his purposes.
Information relative to the latest
step of the empire-builder Is to the
effect that the new road would prob
ably run from the twin cities to the
western boundary of North Dakota,
and this would serve to relieve the
congestion on the Great Northern,
where it has been most severely felt
during the recent tie-up.
The gi'eatest trouble at present s
between Grand Forks, on* the Red*
river, and Minot. A new line from
Fargo to Minot wouldsi-elieve this en
tirely. It would also open up a Sec
tion of country which does not BoW
possess railroad facilities.
It is apparent that Mr. Hilt is not
in sympathy with the movement to
cease railroad construction simply be
cause the state has declined to permit
him to ask the Great Northern stock
holders for $60,000,000. At all events,
he Is going ahead with building on a
scale that is surprising to many in the
railroad world. At present he has not
less than 3,000 miles of road under
construction, according to his own
statement and those of other Great
Northern officials. All of this work
practically is between the Mississippi
river and the Pacific ocean, and this
in spite of the fact that within t&e
last six years the Hill lines have put
into operation some 2,500 miles of new
track. ...
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Refuse any but the genuine in the yel
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First Diner (to his friend)—"What's
the tnatter? you look worried."
Second Diner—"Well, that, fat xnan
at the next table has sat down on my
hat, and now both his fat boys are sit
ting on his knee."
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