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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, March 12, 1907, Image 12

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Wednesday, March
2
A Cure For
The Bines.. I8
interpreted by SplendW
Company of Players, with
GEORGE THOMPSON
1M Greatest of all Sweet*
Dialect Comedians
Prices: 75c, 50c and 25c
iFN on sale :it MSSCIIIIMU'S »1 RIIJF st
IjOU
lOO BROADWAY
Automatic Drama,Vaude
ville, Popular Concerts.
CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE
2 to 5 p. m. and 7 to 11 p. m.
Adsrissten We Children 8« Aftsntsons
Penny Arcade in Connection
ADMISSION FKBB
Engagement Extraordinary
AMERICA'S PRFMIERS
Mr. and Mrs,
Harry Stockton
their Screaming
New York Success
The Henpecked Husband
(Copyrighted)
The Laughing Hit
'f Two Continents
"Baby" Claman
In One of the Late Pictured
Melodies
The Very Latest Life Motion
Picture Successes
Fun in a Fotograf Gallery
Fights of Nations
A Fine Programme of Bright,
New Mu?ic by the
O E S A
COMINQ NEXT WEEK!
One of the Big American Acts
VANE and DejCLAIRVlLLE
"A PARLOR CIRCUS"
J. N. RMIart, M. 0. Elizabeth RlntfM*. M. D.
Martin P. Rindiaub, Ml. 0.
DRS. RIWDLAOB
SPECIALISTS
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
FAROO. N. DAK.
do Lendrvcie Block, Opposite N. P. Depot.
Eye, E«r, Noae and Throat
HOSPITAL
DR. A. BEAUDOUX,
SPECIALIST.
Uwarte Bieefc. Farfa, N. D.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
ATTORNEYS.
BABNBTT & RKMIAUDSON, ATTO li
ners at Lnw. ottk-es, 4 and 6, Morton
l»iilIriliije. Broadway.
ROBERTS, AUGUSTUS, HENDERSON
block, Broadway, Fargo. Probate prac
tice a specialty.
LEE, ARTHUR B., ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OffirfH, rooms 1. 2, 8, No. IB Broadway,
Fargo. Practices in ail courts.
TURNER, H. It., ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offices in Edwards building, Broadway.
Practices in ail courts,
MILLER, HENRY F., ATTORNEY AND
Counsellor nt Law. Over Fargo National
bank block, Fargo.
ROBINSON, J. E.. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
H12 Front street, Fargo. Practices In ail
courtB, Tax cases a specialty.
PHYSICIANS.
DB. KORKNKS8. PHYSICIAN AND
Burgeon. Office Third l'loor, Edwards
Bldg., Fargo.
v DR. C. N. CALLANDER. PHYSICIAN
,.» and Surgeon. Office deLendrede block.
Hours: 11 to 12, 3 to 8, 7 to 8. Tel.
315-K, office 345-L, residence Fargo,
N. D.
DARROW ft WBIBLJC, PHYSICIANS
and Surgeoue. Offices deLendrecle
if block, coruer 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 Wll«er's drug store.
008 Front street. Hours: to 12 2
to 5 and 7 to 8. Telephone 1043-L, of-
V*1
flee 1043-K, residence.
UNDERTAKERS,
AND LICENCED EMBALMKR-FUNEIt-
Electric Theatre
AND VAUDEVILLE
WITH
0KCHESTSA
Moving Pictures
TH LATt vr
FELD-KERCH-NER'S
School of Dancing and Deportment
STONE'S HALL
Classes for Adults every Saturday at
7:30 to 9:00 o'clock.
Classes for Children every Saturday
at 2:00 to 5:00 o'clock,
TERM^i Qontlemnu $8 perterm Ladies
*, $5 per term Children (4 per term two or
S more children from damn family $3..r0 per
S teirn. PjivRto lossons by appointment. No
S deviation from these priros. Assembly
dances every Hntnnlay evening, strictly
invitation affair. 1."c ier couple.
Phone 656-L or call 25 Eighth St. N.
Great Show at the Grand.
Two weeks ago patrons of the
Grand theatre, after witnessing the
performance given at that theatre that
week, thought that the management
had reached the extreme point in
bringing the best attractions on the
vaudeville stage to this city, but this
week the bill is by far the best show
of Its kind that ever visited Fargo or
for that matter, the northwest. While
the show is in the majority on musi
cal acts, yet they were pleasing. Each
of the acts are special features in
themselves and it would Ije indeed dif
ficult to pick out any one particular act
which was better than the others.
The programme opens with K re tore,
the "Mad Musician." He introduces
several novel and original stunts in the
m,
•si
The I en at the Gr^ind
A U S E E N S A U S E E N S
IDEAL
PROGRAMME
Week Commencing March ll,
ILLUSTRATED
SONGS
SHALE
AND
MISS
COLE
KELBLB
Singers and
Wooden Shoe
Dancers
THE THEATRE
March 20—Yon Yonson.
Yoi| Yonson will be tl»A offering at
the Fargo operahouse for next Wed
nesday evening. It Is annpun.ced that
Kennedy and Wlllard have found a
clever delineator of the noted stage
character, Yon Yonson, in George
Thompson, a young Swedish singing
and dancing comedian. Mr. Thompson,
it is said, wears with much grace the
mantle of excelence which Gus Heege
achieved in the role. Thompson comes
from Sweden and was educated in the
•shade of the mighty Kullagnarstrop,
which rears its gigantic head within
sight of the town of Helsingborg on
the placid waters of the Cresund. Mr.
Thompson worked his way in the thea
trical profession through his early con
nection with the Royal operahouse In
Stockholm. Later he became a valued
member of King Oscar's stock com
pany. Mr. Thompson was seen by
Manager* Kennedy and Willard and
they offered him inducements to play
the stellar role in Yon Yonson, which'
he is doing with marked success.
This
Week,.
musical line "and one ^that "Yo'ok the
house last night was his selections on
partly filled bottles of water.
Charles Marvelle, novelty contor
tionist, la exceedingly clcver and his
act is one that is a marvel to say the
least. Marvelle Is capable of twisting
his body into all sorts of shapes and
knots.
The Heim children scored a hit with
the audience, "the two little comedians
are a royal treat, and as entertainers
they have no peer. Both have good
voices and their work is as clever as
any old time artists.
That the bill is a novelty one
throughout is manifest in the act of
the Lutz brothers. One of the mem
bers of this team, who is armless, is
one of the wonders of the twentieth
century. Without arms and with the
use of his toes, this artist does several
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WEFdRGO FORPM AND DAILY KEPTTBtlOAS, TUESDAY EVENIOH, MARCH »,
(iniun
uHANII
FAMILY THEATRE
Opposite Postofflce, Pargo, N. D.
TODAY «oT0NIGHT
2:i0 P. M.
/:JU and
MATINEE
Prices lOo A 20s
9
O'CLOCK
Priest 10c, 20c, 30c
1 U N A W E E K
MARCH 11,1007.
PROGRAMME FOR WEEK
RUDD'S UNION ORCHESTRA
UkfEsfMPiTncfUlES
LUTZ BROS.
One of the Wonders
JOHN HALL
New Illustrated Songs
HEIM CHILDREN
America's Greatest Character
Comedians
K E O E
The Mad Musician
CHAS. mmwiiE
Novelty Contortionist
HOWARD BROS.
i iic Wonders ui (be World in
Banjos
Washburn Banjo in the Lead.
CHANGE THURSDAY MATINEE
Bex Offioe Open 1 P. M. te 10 P, M.
TELEPHONE 27
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME EVERY
WEEK
DR. A. J. KAESS
Physician and Surgeon
Over Wilser's Drug Store
PHONE 175-1. FARGO, N. D.
two arms and hands would find ex
ceedingly difficult to do.
The show is brought to a dose with
the act of Howard Brothers, who are
styled the wonders of the world in
banjo. This team can almost make a
banjo talk, and their juggling of six
banjos playing a tune at the same time
was a feat well worth the price of ad
mission. In concluding their act the
two artists reproduced selections from
the opera of William Tell which wa»s
a musical treat. The balance o£ th^
programme was very pleasing to the
audience.
At th» Ideal.
Shale *nd Cole are the top liner*
at the Ideal vaudeville theatre this
week. They are exceptionally good, in
their wooden shoe dancing and they
inado a big hit last night to good
houses. They also have a number of
topical songs of a pleasing nature. Th^
moving pictures this week are nef*
and humorous.
A New Kind of Dinner.
A woman in Washington recently
ftiiw a dinner in New York the other
evening in which, there was "nothing
slain.' No bones. No resistance." In
fact, there was neither meat nor cooked
food, and It was declared a very suc
cessful dinner. The first'course was
oysters in grape-fruit shells. There
were nuts, sun-cooked corn, cheese,
eggs, cherry tarts, sherbets. Ice creams,
fruits in abundance, and that was all.
BREAK8 UP A COLD IN 10 HOURS,
Breathe Hyomei and Get Quick Relief.
Cures all Bronchial Troubles.
As a usual thing a remedy that has
immediate action contains powerful
drugs that should be used sparingly
This is one of the reasons why the
ordinary tablets that are sold for
coughs and colds should not be taken
by people with a weak heart, as they
have a dangerous stimulating effect.
When Hyomei, however, is broathed
quick relief is obtained in a natural
way. Its healing medication goes right
to the spot where the disease germs
are present, at once soothing and heal
ing the irritated mucous membrane.
The action in this way is similar to
spreading a soothing salve upon-.a
burn.
No other medicine for the cure of
coughs, colds and bronchial troubles
is as natural as Hyomei. Breathing
it through the neat pocket inhaler
which goes with every outfit, it can
be used either in the nose or mouth,
thus getting full medication into the
nasal passages or the throat and lungs
as desired. It gives almost instant re
lief in all affections of the bronchial
tubes, and is guaranteed to break up
a cold in ten hours. This guarantee is
given by one of the best knowrn -drug
gists of Fargo, the Waldorf Pharmacy
Co., with every Hyomei outjftt they
sell.
A complete Kyomei outfit, consisting
of a bottle of Hyomei, an Inhaler that
can be carried in the vest pocket or
purse, and a medicine dropper, costs
but one dollar, with a guarantee that
if it does not give satisfaction the
money will be refunded.
Should extra bottles of Hyomei be
needed they can be obtained for only,of acts recent con-
North Dakota Kernels s
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Edgeley has had'a good line of the
atrical engagements this winter.
President Worst of the Agriculture
al college spoke to the farmers
and
business men of St. Thomas.
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The railroad people hope last week's
snowstorm was the clearing one of the
season and that the branch lines will
be tied up no more this season.
George Townes, formerly of Lisbon*
Fargo and Buffalo and other spots on
the North Dakota map, has established
a real estate business along with his.
newspaper at Puyallup, Wash.
Ed Danenfeltzer of Lisbon
moved
from his farm home to Dickinson and
before he reached the depot the house
he had just vacated was burned. That
has nothing, however, to do with the
fact that Dickinson country is all right.
Lisbon recently lost two families^
with long names—^Zitzelsberger and
Danenfeltzer.
The Lisbon Gazette has decorated
its offce—and washed the towel.
The business men of Valley City ap*
pear not to have been educated tip to
the value of a dally paper in adver
tising their Wares. The Times-Record
is entitled to more ads for the good
work it is doing for that town.
Tlie Litchville Bulletin
Romeo De la Bere.
calls
Mm
Editor Willson of Bathgiite should
see that all the editors get high grade
gasoline for their engines—as a re
ward for the many nice things said of
his appointment as state oil inspector.
Editor Wells of Litchville will have
to petition the Interstate Commerce
commission again—as a result of the
brief tie-up of the line down there.
Some Rusians residing near Drake
are suspected of stealing wheat.'
Some of the newspaper boys1
have been running things at Bismarck
this winter are getting back to their
editorial desks.
Of more than 700 bills Introduced In
the legislature, 298 wer§ passed by
both houses.
Ralph Stanley acted Mk strangely at
Milnor that he was taken Into custody.
In the absence of Editor Olson of
The Abercrombie Herald, the mechan
ical work is being done by J. A. Haines
and the items read like the "Little
Minister" may be doing the writing.
The Abercrombie Herald learns the
governor has promised to apoint Olaf
Bjorke of Abercrombie game warden
for the southern part of the state.
The Dawson Leader was down and
out for a few weeks, but another
printer has been secured and the pub
lication has been revived.
41
The Balfour Statesman devotes a
page to the trouble of Rev. Mr. Ross
and the members of the Methodist
church at that point.-
4k
Editor Bryant of Napoleon IS inter
ested in some telephone extensions In
Logan county.
Oscar Hiedanen, who shot Alex
Parvy in Logan county, has been ad
judged Insane.
In Logan county a petition was cir
culated against the county paying for
the work of deputies in the county
offices, as Logan has not over $2,000,
000 valuation. The matter Is discre
tionary with the commissioners.
After the death of Editor Quamme,
The Martin Searchlight changed hands
several times and altogether it had a
rocky road. It has now been pur
chased by Editor Ferguson, and an
Improvement Is anticipated.
Six carloads of immigrants recently
arrived at Linton over the Milwaukee.
Printers who are either baseball
players or band men are in great de
mand in many places.
The trouble with the Thaw trial ap
pears to be that attorneys "for the
defense think Thaw was insane a part
of the time, and the prosecution may
conclude he was nutty all the time.
The Soo agent at Callo, Cavalier
county, was reported to have been
acting strangely and the sheriff went
to the scene to investigate.
Editor Boyd Is planning many Im
provements for The Hannah Moon.
The population of Milton is on the
boom, as several births have recently
been reported there.
James Hanley of Psipe crawled be
tween two cars of a tratft. The engine
moved at the psychological moment,
and James will lose a pair of toes.
Editor Brown of Pago lg mourning
the death of a brother in Pennsylvania.
The deceased formerly resided in
Paga.
Th§ "Page Recorf tfilrife If It Is all
right for a wife to appoint one of her
sons an executioner to slay his father,
it's up to the old man to reform.
The Page Record says there Is much
additional evidence against Mrs. Cra
mer, charged with the murder of her
husband, and a conviction is predicted
at the second trial.
When it began to sfcfl# and thunder
at the same time at Bismarck, the
legislators thought.it about time to
hike for their homes.
Bismarck Ms had another s|asm
of reform. u
The N. P. lg expected to establish
a new schedule April 1, and the west
ern part of the state is said to be
slated for an additional daily train.
ik
The North Dakota Agricultural col
lege, in common with, the others in
the United States, will receive $5,000
addition annualiv as a. result of nhn'
J.

FREE TIMBER
FROM RESERVES
THE GOVERNMENT AID8 DEVEL
OPMENT OF THE COUNTY AND
FORESTS FURNISHED $75,-000
WORTH OF TIMBER TO SET
TLERS LAST YEAR
The government during the past
year has furnished $75,000 worth of
timber to settlers and nncher* in or
near the reserves, without charge. One
of the regulations of the forest service
provides that legitimate applicants
may secure what timber they need by
what is conveniently called the "free
use" privilege. Fifteen thousand
permittees in this way obtained tim
ber to supply their wants.
From these figures it- may readily be
seen that the settlers are securing
very material assistance without cost
from the forest reserves. At the same
time, the free-use business has been
so handled that the material taken out
has improved the condition "of the for
est. Dead timber which would other
wise have rotted or helped to spread
forest fires has been removed first of
all. Where it was necessary for the
settlers to have green wood wood the
rangers, so far as possible, marked
trees which were suppressed, diseased,
or from some other cause no longer in
a condition for further growth. In
this way the ranchers secured material
which they desired, and at the same
time the forest was left stocked with
the thriftiest trees, whose, chance to
develop will be unhindered.
The greatest amount of free use was
on those reserves which lie in the
semi-arid parts of the west, where
there is least timber. On a number
of reserves the value of the material
for which permits were Issued exceeded
$3,000, and on the Wenaha reserve in
Washington and Oregon, the Bear Riv
er reserve in Utah and Idaho, and the
Weiser and Henrys Lake reserves in
Idaho it exceeded $4,000. If there
had been no restriction on the settlers
in securing this material, great waste
would have resulted, because the set
tiers would have paid no attention to
the future good of the forest or its
value as a protective covering. An
other distinct advantage of the system
is that a settler, when he has secured
his permit, is sure of being able to get
the material from the locality assigned
to him without interference from othei
people.
Very little change in the handling ol
the free-use business is contemplated
for next year. The experience of tHc
past year has shown, however, that
methods can be systematized so as to
give yet better service to the people
and be more economical to the forest
service.
This branch of the work of the for
fact that the aim in the administration
of the forest reserves is to aid in the
permanent development of the coun
try and place only such restrictions on
the cutting of timber as are necessary
for the maintenance of a permanent
timber supply and the conservation of
water needed for irrigation, for cities,
and for the generation of power.
The free-use privilege has been
granted freely to ranchers who are
building up homes, and enough tim
ber will be reserved to supply their
wants even if thia will considerably
reduce the amount of timber that can
be sold.
Whit* Kitchen Floors.
A white kitchen floor is obtained
only by the use of cold water and com
mon soap. Hot water and washing
powders tend to make it yellow.
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free from Alcohol
Since May, 1906, Ayer's Sarsaparilla has
jbecn entirely free from alcohol. If yoifci'-*
,are in poor health, weak, pale, nervous^-,
ask your doctor about taking this non*.
alcoholic tonic and alterative
AXf&rs SairsSpBrilla
&ON-ALCOHOLIC
If he has a better medicine, take his. Get
the best, al\Vays. Ifhis is our advice. W
The new kind contains no alcohol
We have no secrets to hide! We pub
lish the formulas of all our medicines.
AYER CO., Manufacturing Chemists, Lowell, Mass.
STATE OFFICERS
TO MEET HFRFj
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE
W. C. T. U. WILL HOLD SES
SIONS HERE WEDNESDAY AND
A reception has been arranged for
Wednesday evening in the rooms of
the Young Women's club, which wlU
be tendered the members of the execu
tive committee. The local committee
having the arrangements of the recep
tion in charge have extended an invi
tation to the public to meet the ladies
who head the state organization while*
they are in the city. An invitation
is extended to all those who dre inter
ested In the work.
Among those who will be present
at the meeting will be Mrs. Elizabetl}
Preston Anderson of Valley City, pres
ident of the state organization Mrs.
Barbara Wylie of Drayton, state cor
responding secretary Mrs. Schlosses
of Mayville Mrs. Judge Kneeshaw of
Pembina Mrs. Chamberlain of Lis
bon Mrs. Clarke of Fairmont and Mrs.
Meaeham of Absaraka.
OZOMULSION GUARANTEED
Under the Food and Drugs, Act
June 30th, 1906,—Serial No. 332
Your
xu.B W.UKH V! L.C 'hi°' peaked young ones to be foun4
est service gives good evidence of thei*®J^® families of many of our friends^.".'-.
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A. L. WALL.
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THURSDAY TO ARRANGE *OH
COMING CONVENTION.
Ah Important meeting of the exe-^
cutive commuiee of ihe state organ
ization of the W. C. T. U. will be held
in this city Wednesday and Thursday.
This is the mid-year meeting of the
committee and at this meeting many
important matters are taken up and
acted upon by the committee. Plans
will be outlined for the coming state
convention of the W. C. T. U. to be
held In Pargo in September and a pro
gramme for the meeting will be ar
ranged. The commitee will also make
plans for state work during the spring
and summer.
Children
Whose Thin. Peaked Faces Show Laclf
of Vita! Strength, May Be Built XJf|
By Proper Feeding with
Qzomulsion
fTh* Cod Liver Oil Emulsion "Par Exctlltnce.''-
The race of life is to the Strong
The Weaklings have but little chance,
And yet, every weak child, if prop
erly cared for, and its body nourished i
with Building, Vitalizing Food lik^ f*^
Ozomulsion, can be helped to grow uj»r
into a Strong, Successful, Happy, Use^S.:
ful member of society.
Ozomulsion is a Life-food. Tt is
scientific preparation of selected Co
Liver Oil, containing the germicidal,
blood purifier, Guaiacol the soothingly
healing emulcent food, Glycerine, an^S
the tonic "salts of life," the Hypophos-^:
phites of Lime and Soda.
Physicians not only prescribe Ozo4r|.
mulsion, but use it In their own
ilies to build up their ows
and
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PHONE 386 FARGO, N. D,
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