A U S E E N S I V
THIS ATTRACTION AT
Gordon & Bennett Present
A Sweet, Pure, Pastoral Drama
With a Musical Setting
A PlAV OF OLD NfW ENGLAND
IVices: 75c, 50c and 25c
Bests on (tale at CnBs«*lmnn's drag store
2- i ROAD WAY
ville, Popular Concerts.
tot p. m. and 7 to 11 p. m.
Admission 10c ChlTdron
Fargo Opera Mouse
SATURDAY. MARCH 30
Penny Arcade in Connection
The Great Ventriloquist
and Comedy Violinist
In His Original and Wonderful
LIFE MOTION PICTURES
Supplied by the liest Service
lest Picturtd Muiudy
A Fine Programme by thf
COMING NEXT WEEK
World's (".rcalest Kilk: S!tot
The Cowboy Lassoist
Tfee W«nde rfuI 1 1 viog D^r
K ALACRATUS, THE GREAT
Comedy Juggler and H«.p Roller
Mfaitiifb, «. 0. Eiitabrt.i MmNaafc *.'•*'
0 Martin t. RkulUufc, M. 0.
EYE, liARj NOSE AND THROAT
PAROO, N. DAK.
da Lendrecto Block, Opposite N. p. Depot.
Eye, Gar, Nose and Throat
DR. A. BEAUBOUX,:
'THE FORUM IS THE BEST
S E E S
A S A
Entire Lower Floor, $1.00. Balcony, 75c. Gallery, 50c.
Seats on Sale at Cuaelman's Drug Store jO
i« a's Qreais
BAKNRTT & It I CI I AIM)
*SD LICRNSRI) rmbalmrr-puner
ll Supplies. J. F. Hire, 8 South Broad
way. Office ninth of Moody'h store.
March 28—The Warning Bell.
March 30.—Geo. Primrose Minstrels
April 3—Black Pattl Troubadours.
Miss Wanda Ludlow will appear at
ti e Fargo operahouse this evening in
The Warning Bell. It deals with the
me life of the "Long Shore" folks
i New England, bringing out all the
mint anil amusing characteristics
i*d telling a tale of love, intrigue, hate
i id cunning that stands without a
i irallel on the stage.
On Saturday evening George Prim
i "se and his big minstrel company will
in! seen at the Fargo operahouse, pre
nting minstrelsy pure and simple.
ith th6 regulation first part. The
-ncond part will not be made up of
v.iudeville acts, but will consist of new
and novel features, depicting the south
rn darkey, his humor, songs and
Black Patti, the greatest singer of
ln»r race, will appear at the Fargo np
i rahou.se next Wednesday evening. The
ompany is a large one and the spec
ialties are all new this season.
HUGH J. EMMETT
The: Ol^1iV'yentriloqiiisi''".ikt''-lhi Bijou
.. At the Ideal.
Shaw. and Clifton continue to mkke
a lilt affile'Ideal, which has not only
a. swell stage show this week, but in
teresting and amusing new pictures.
the performances at the Grand yester
day. The bill presented this week In
troduces a number of very clever peo
ple. The pictures are good, and Mr.
Hall, the 'popular baritone, sings a very
beautifoi aonjr'in a pieasUif m&nner* -v
and His Own Big Company of
amous Minstrel Artiste W* 4*
nrys at Law. Ofllccs, 4 aud 6, Morton
Mock, It marl way, Fargo. Probate prac
tice a Kpcclalty.
LKK, AUTIIUK II., ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offices, rooms 1, 2, 3, No. 16 Broadway,
Fargo. Practices In all courts.
TUKNHIt, II. It.. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OHiccs In Rdwnrdit ImildiiiK, Broadway.
1'iactices In all courts.
MILL Kit, IIKNUY P., ATTOUNRY AND
Counsellor at Law. Over Fargo National
liank l»lo*k, Fargo.
KOItlNKON, R.. ATTOUNRY AT LAW.
(ill! Front Htrcet, Fargo. Practices
courts. Tax cases a specialty.
OR. PAUL SOUKNI0SS, PHYSICIAN ANI)
Snrgeon. Office Third Floor, Kd
DH. C. N. CALLANDER, PHYSK'IA N
and Surgeon. Office deLenrlrecle block.
Honrs: 11 to 12, 3 to 6, 7 to 8. Tel.
:ur»-K, office 345-L, residence Fargo,
DARHOW A WRIItLR, PHYSICIANS
and Surgeons. offices deLcndrcHe
til'M'k, t-orner Seventh street south and
Front. Office hours: 3 to 6 and 7 to
It p. Ul.
DR. A. C. MORRIS, PHYSICIAN AND
Snrgeon. Office over Wllser's drug store,
008 Front street. Hours: I) to 12 2
to 5 and 7 to 8. Telephone 1043-L, of
fice: ll43-K, residence.
THE FARGO FOBUM AJTD DAILY BEPUBIIICAS, WBDNESDA* BVENINO, MABCH «ti
Mills' Medley Overture Ne. 6
Tho Cosmopolitan Dancers
Napoleon and the Sentry
Acrobatic Singing and Dancing
PLANS FDR AUDITORIUM
Fargo Architects Prepare Piano for a
Big Building to Be EractoH In
That Fargo architects are reaching
out and meeting with success in far
lilistant fields where their work is be
ing appreciated is shown by the fact
thttt Haxby & Gillespie have been ask
ed to draw plans for an auditorium
which the Presbyterians are soon to
erect at Richmond, Va. This building
will be of a unique character. It is
to be used for an assembly hall and
chiefly for Chautauqua and Sunday
It will be octagonal In shape, its
ight sides to have a total length of 144
#eet. The seating capacity of the in
terior of the building, including the
ground floor and balcony, will be about
S00. Extending about one-third the way
around the exterior of the building will
run a large gallery. This is to be
screened In and in fine weather can be
used for the meeting of study classes.
It will seat about 100 people. The con
tract is to be let at an early date but
on account of the distance It is hardly
Jirobable any of the local contractors
will bid on the building, -which is to
be completed before the opening of the
Chautauqua season. Haxby & Gillespie
tire also making plans for a fdur-room,
"two-story brick school building which
js soon to be erected at Driscoll. This
will be thoroughly modern, will have a
large basement, and is to be completed
in time for the opening of the fall term
Headaches and Neuralgia Frew Golds,
LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine, the
world wide Cold and Grip remedy re
moves cause. Call for full name.
Look for signature E. W. Grove. 25c.
It was Palm Sunday and the palm
the young girl was carrying home
from church was singularly beautiful.
Pausing on a sunny corner, she said:
"You admire my palm? Well, no
wonder. It is from the Bordighera, on
the Italian Riviera. It is from the
Bordighera plantation which has had
the exclusive right in Italy of grow
ing pal ins for Palm Sunday for hun
dreds of years. It Is a pretty story.
"When Michael Angelo was at work
on the embellishment of St. Peter's in
Rome as a certain priceless column
was being put up a rope broke and
but for the pluck and strength and
readiness of a laborer from Bordighera
who seized the broken rope and held
it until help arrived, the priceless col
umn would have crashed it$to a thous
and piccesaji H*.
|i"It was IMrod, thanks tofifie Bordlg
(feran, and^e matter madfe some talk
in Rome. A reward was suggested and
the church granted the man this guer
don—namely, to have in perpetuity the
exclusive right, the monopoly, to sup
ply the Italian churches with their
Palm Sunday palms.
"Many rights granted in perpetuity
by the church have become void with
time's passage, but this right still
holds and If you visit the white town
of Bordighera, glittering and somno
lent in the southern sunlight, you may
seek out the great palm plantations of
that ready laborer's descendants and
you will notice how the palm leaves
lire all tied up instead of being allow
ed to spread—drawn straight up to
gether and gartered 'round at the tip—
•e- tJ*»t they will bleach."
A U S E E N S 1 1 A U S E E N S A U S E E N S
UNDER HEW MANAGEMENT
Electric and Vaudeville Theatre
115BR0A0WAY FARGO, N. 0.
MATINEES, 2 to S EVENING PERFORMANCES, 7 It
VALVULE ACTS MQVma Pi S i UfiES.
A0MI39I0N, 10e 8H1L0IVEN, So, MATINEES
POPULAR^ Nerhaugen's Union Orchestra
Mrs. Nerhaugen, Soprano
j, U,HJS1~RAI ED SUNOS
GERALD"E V AN St~lBaritonc
Miss Dagmar Dunlag
Harp Soloist an#
Plylog Off Old Scores
The Carving Doctor
Henry dels the Billlard.Feve
New Orleans Creoles and Dancers
Shaw & Clifton
Comedians, Singers and Dancers
CHANGE OF PROGRAM MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS
Keep Your Eye on Ur W. J. M. Saunders, Manager
DR. A. J. KAESS
Physician and Surgeon
Over Wilser's Drug Store
HONE 175-L FARUO, N. D.
MtWf IS. fiiiilEI)
Special Agent of the LantfofFtce for the
Dakotas Is Assigned to the
linjinotion is announced4f Itf. D.
McEniry of the inspection department
of the U. S, landofflce who has had his
headquarters In the city for the past
two years as chief of the Tenth district
field division of the federal land de
partment. Mr. McEniry has been se
lected to take charge of the Fifth di
vision with headquarters at Denver,
Col., and that being considered one of
the most important divisions in the
United States the promotion is consid
ered to be one of coasiderable moment.
During his residence in Fargo Mr. Mc
Eniry has made many warm friends
and certainly he has made himself
well known in all parts of the north
west which came within his lleld. The
departure of Inspector McEniry and
his family will not be without many
regrets. His new held of operations
will consist of the states of Colorado,
Utah, Kansas and Oklahoma.
Mj\ McEniry will be succeeded here
by George W. Hunt who will have
charge of the two Dakotas with head
(yiarters at Fargo.
Barrie, N. D., March 26.—To The
Forum: The town election went off
very quietly and nearly all the old
officers were re-elected.
Last Monday harrowing commenced
on new breaking*and had it not frozen
last night some of the adventurous
spirits would have been seeding.
The Sheyenne river Is very high at
Glenh Watklns has returned from
Wyndmere after a, couple of weeks
spent in adorning the walls of several
houses in Helendale township with
Sam Vangsness has ^turned to
We are glad to "be able to state that
Mrs. Vivian Morgan is able to sit up
again afjer ft very severe attack of
Cleaning seed- wheat and chopping
summer wood is the occupation of the
farmers here now.
Our school directoiffknd justice
the-peace were busy this week tryin
to prevent the Barrie bridge from
ing down tho river.
Hazelton Smith was a pleasant vis
itor at the Morgan home on Sunday.
J. E. Herrick's auction sale has been
postponed till next Saturday.
C. E. meeting was presided over by
Town board met today with the
clerk for the purpose of qualifying and
they also appointed another justice of
Farmers are rapidly taking stock
in the Sheyenne mill and we hope to
have it grinding out flour again
Opposite Postoffice, Fargo, N. D.
2:30 P. M. 7:30 and 9
Prlcoo 10© 20o Prices 10o, 20o, 30c
ITN ALL WEEK
PROGRAMME FOR WEEK
RUDD'S UNION ORCHESTRA
Comedy Acrobats and Horizontal
Dainly Dorothy Daync
Singing and Imitations
Novelty Comedy Sketch
lust rated So
Distinguislicd Illusionist and Con
jurer and His Excellent Company
CHANGE THURSDAY MATINfiE
luOffiM Ops* 1 f. N. ta 10 P. M.
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME EVERY
School of Dancing and Deportment
Classes for Adults every Saturday at
The telephone between Kindred and and all the mandarins in the empire,
this place seems now to be an assured As the roar of the tiger extends to
fact. Poles will be erected as soon every place, so does the fame of the
a« tbe fret* witi permifc J*» ^'Owmon'e JesfeV the ink of T«e-obin»."
Classes for Children every Saturday
Gfnt^nmnn $6 per term Lftdles
IS imr torin CI11 dren $4 per term two or
mi re chilrtrtm from game family SS.50 per
teTrn. Pivate lessons by appoiutmeut. No
deviation fr» thrse prices. Assembly
dance-i every IjJaturfiny evening, strictly
invitation atTair. 75s per couple.
Phone 6")6-L or call 25 Eighth St. N.
Carpenters of This City and Moorhead
Meet Saturday Evening—Lab
or Officials to Speak,
With a view to perfecting a better
organisation among the carpenters of
Fargo and Moorhead, a meeting of the
members of the craft will be held in
the Labor temple Saturday evening.
John Walquist of Minneapolis, who is
a member of the executive board of
the American Carpenters' and Joiners'
union, is in Fargo making arrange
ments for the meeting. It will be a
smoker, and all carpenters in the two
cities, whether union men or not, are
invited to attend. Addresses will be
delivered by Walquist ajid A. L. Failor,
the local organizer for the America^
Federation of Labor.
Although there has been a carpen
ters union in Fargo for several years,
it has only about twenty members, and
Walquist expresses the belief that with
150 carpenters residing in Moorhead
and Fargo, the union should be made
Asked whether the object in
strengthening the union was to enable
the carpenters to obtain an advance
in wages, Walquist said:
"It is not the present Intention to
raise wages. That is a matter for the
men themselves1 to take up after they
are organized. In my opinion It is
too late to tio anything of the kind
this Season, as many of the contracts
for the building year have been let,
and it would be unfair to the con
tractors to demand an Increase at this
time when they could not take the in
creased cost into consideration in
making their bids. There are, how
ever, many other advantages to be
secured through organization."
Collects Curious Advertisements.
The late Ambrose L. Thomas used
to collect curious advertisemeftts and
one that he valued highly was a Chi
nese advertisement of India ink.
This curious screed, translated, is as
'oltnwg: "At the shop Tae-shing
irous in the extreme), very good
k, fine, fine. Ancient shop, great
grandfather, grandfather, father and
self made this ink. Fine and hard.
Very hard. Picked with care, selected
with attention. I sell very good ink
prime cost is very. This Ink is heavy,
so Is gold. The eye of the dragon glit
ters and dazzles, so does this ink. No
one makes like it. Others who make
ink make it for the sake of accumu
lating base coin and cheat, while I
make it only for a name.
''Plenty of mandarins know my ink
my family never cheated^—they have
always borne a good name.
"I make ink for the 'Son of Heaven'
Both the Northern Pacific and the
Milwaukee roads are after the busi
ness in the western part of the Btate.
The' yeatfs products at Dlcklnaon
reached a grand total of $8*371,400.
The employes on the coal dock at
Dickinson went on a strike and were
succeeded by other men. i •.
Dickinson claims a population ol #,-
Jimmy Foley has been suggested for
the position of secretary of the railway
commission—provided a practtcaT r«41-.
road man is not selected.
The usual consignments of pttnk
garden seeds are being received from
The Record wants Linton to
fast ball team.
J. T. Flack of Page has been down In
Ohio where he secured some more fast
The artesian water supply at Buf
falo was f»und to contain -tecK^jianjr
solids for drinking purposes,
Mtnot wants a farmer*^ institute in
The Independent warns Mlnoters
against the purchase of pictures of
storm scenes, which some have sent to
their friends In the easat. The pietUXW
leave a bad impression.
At Minot the girl paid Judge Davijs
for performing the wedding cere
mony artd when she demanded some
change back out of the $5 she got os
culated but the court kept the money.
Papers over the state are chronicl
ing the return of boys who had been
taking the short term course at the A.
C. this winter.
C. L. Young finally won ft homesteftd
near Gackle after a lott»f oontests and
The Bismarck Palladium says there
are over $50,000 city funds deposited
in a bank with $30,000 capital and sub
ject to the check of an auditor under
only $20,000 bonds.
The Bismarck Palladium Is having a
great time over the mayoralty contest
There was a lot of fu&oit^ BOOltf 01 Uift,
'Consolidated schools are interest-,
inga lot of people at 3yke£t0&v
The new hospital
A millinery store was established in
ft building at Bowbells formerly used
as a newspaper office. It's a safe bet
a lot of scrubbing was necessary.
The Minot Optic presents duuiged
At Minot a man flred*at a strange
dog, which followed him, but his aim
was poor and the caning lives.
Ward bounty had a lotfof thunder
Sheriff Lee of Minot underwent?'fttt
operation for appendicitis,
Sanborn is to lose a landmark In
the old water tank, which is being re
moved along the branch ft&ftf fc.
hew one erected at Sanborn."
The lid is on at Courtenay.
Jim Burwick, the railroad evangelist*
is conducting meetings at Devils Lake,
A lot of "floaters" arrived at Bis
marck for the election.
If 1 per cent of the briquetttng
plants discussed In this stale could be
placed in operation there would be
more confidence in the practablllty of
SherwoodL Wftnts a bail team tJaat
will clean up the towns ta that-itttN
tion of the state.
Optimism is the keynote
Hotels that were closed during tfile
dull winter season are being reopened
in many of the smaller towns.
Carl Fredland, who left Towner
county four years ago for the west, is
back looking up a location
In telling of the funeral of
whose remains were scattered over
several miles by a snow plow, The
Munich Herald says the dead man was ys
fixed ,up to that he looked qulte'fcft
There" ts a chanJ for Brinem***' to
secure a mill.
The Cando Democrat appears to be
d^ing a lot of plugging for Canada.
The News says gambling and sell
ing liquor to boys mustr be prohibited
More North DakotajM Me pUfchftS
ing automobiles. 7 j.
Many blind piggers regard the new
laws so drastic that they are quitting
the booze business before the officers
can get around to make arrests. 'f
Only a few days left-to pay p. o. boxo,"
Many Kenmare people are
Efforts will be made to protect' *Pm:
fishing in Des Lacs lake.
Joe Phillips, who is In a hospital at
Minot, will be arrested as soon"as he S
Is able to leave because of his partici- v
pation in the shooting scrape with C.
H. Noff singer at Ken mare.
There will be a great flax acreage In
the hewer sections of th§ state but less
to spend a part of the summer at'
Lake Metlgoshe, near Bottineau.
Editor Tread well of Thf Bock Lake g*||
ipples doesn't seem to fear ±he ex-
posure by The Hansboro Pioneer of 1
Treadwell's contempt case in the U, S.
court li» Al&bntaoh"' *,
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