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I 1 COMING EVENTS N»f»"AII rxKH'tlbg* ev*utngs omega otherwise opecifleA. Thene unnotincpiiiesta #111 be kept Rtandtng, anl we shall hp glad (o bat* ftol»ce» aent in by persona fa ,tm (•real. Tuelday, Way 28. Mrs. Florence D. Richards' lecture First Congregational churcl* i Thursday, ttty «j^ I Proration Day. at CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC IF F*WO COLLEGE, FIRST AVE. N. BrMwhes Tauflht tend for Catals«M far lnforraaUM WrHa W. W. 6E0HGE, DIRECTOR. CITY LOCALS Have Knight Printing Co. print It. When In Moorhead go and see A. J. Rustad's new place nest»totlM south bridge. Phone S69. Bicycle iidtrs must take notice that they will not b- permitted ty ride Jheir machines on the p$bMe struts. Some bad holes in the board walk on Front street east of Broadway should be. repaired before someone la injured. .7""V-T •,? Lamberton. 'Minn., Is terrorized by a mountain lionwhich, la said tQ be killing the stock and committing other depredations. T. J. Toung & Co/a 'bus and transfer line will give you claim check for your trunk so you will have nd trouble at depot. Phone IS. PRESSED BRICK Bait Prauad Rrlok at Lowaat PriM*. If jron eoDtamplaM building, (at flgnra* *ud muiiiIm from u», Hebron Fite & Prentd Br^fc Co.. Hebron. N.D. Dell Hodgson, superintendent of the county hospital, jvas.v.Jn,.£own -yester day and reports everything out hl| way as being lovely. The big ditching machine of James Kennedy of this city, which is now working over at Moorhead, is attracts ing a great deal of attention. It is fl powerful piece of machinery. The work of removing the harness establishment of Bristol & Sweet from Moorhead, where It was located sincp the fire, to Fargo, is now going on an|l will be completed in another,week. Plan thib week to attend the H. SOUTHWiCK RECITAL At Interpretive Lecture on O E O AT STONE'S HALL, SATURDAY, MA¥ 25, At 8:15 P. M. Under auspice* of Ale the lan Liter ary Society of the Fargo College. Tickets "iOc, on bale at Cashelinau's Drug Store. U is a cold day wh£n Moorhead can not find something to celebrate over. There is to be a big Norwegian event abuOt Jun3 20, which is sure to fettract a good deal of attention to the town. The catching of dogs all over town is still going on and will be continued until all are either licensed or put out of existence. Fargo could lose. a few hundred dog? and #4111 -ba well supf i e 1 1 V Moorheau oeginnlng to kick be cause site wil| have t« gtve up 840 for the inebriate hospital farm which the state is to establish. Surely Moor head furnishes her quota of inebriates and has no kick comlrig. F. HUGHES VETERINARIAN Caitfating and Spayiog a »pec ialty. Office: Fout & Porterfleld'«. Phone 413 Ke&,: Washington House. Phone 140-L Fargo streets, or some of them, present a rather dilapidated appear ance during the repaving process, but just w^it until all is completed and things Wrill present a very different and greatly improved appearance. Let me mail you free, to prove mer samples of. my Dr. Shoop's Restor ative. It brings lasting relief in Stomach. Kidney and Heart trouble** through the inside nerves. No matter how the nerves became Impaired this remedy,will rebuild their strength, re store their vigor, a remedy that cures through the lntsfde nerves. Sold by McDonald Drug Co. EVERYTHING IN BE A DINS LINE All daily papers from larger cities Magazine*, Souvenir Cardi f". OPEN 80NDAY3 "COMBINATION STORE K'' v ".'&*• •«•"/. Next to European Hotel Strange as it may seem, correct pro nunciation of the president's name is rarely heard. Only a few days ago Mr. Roosevelt laboriously explained to a visitor the orthoepy of his patro nymic. He spelled it out thus: "Ro zle-relt." "It is more nearly Ro-sa velt than it is Ro-zie-velt," the presi dent explained, patiently,, "but if I should syllable it that way for you and you should, follow my spelling in an effort to convey to others the his torically collect pronunciation of my name somebody would be sure to give the broad sound to the a' and make it 'Ro-aah-velt,' so that it Is safer to use the diphthong 'ie' in order to avoid worae confusion. So. remember that tite dotfbt* a t# Ji *1n my name 'lltf prtLdwl* Jast d« FORI! AND REPUBLICAN!! CIRCULATION, APRIL, iWJ. Dan.' Ceelee Days. 1. 7,325 1«. Coptei. •».-»* 7,350 2. •••«••*.» 7,325 17. 7,350 3 7^25 18.- V 1 7,350 4 7,325 19. .4 7,350 6 7,325 (Weekly) 7,250 6 (Weekly) 7,250 20. (Weekly) 7,600 6. ,. 7,675 2t. 7,350 8. •.• ,1,., 7,350 23. --4i .... 7,325 7,360 24. 7,323 10. 7^50 25. 7,325 11..:..'. ... 7»350 26. 7,325 12....iVvi.. 7,350 26 (Weekly) 7,250 12 (Weekly) 7^50 27. ••••aV« 7,550 7,600 29. 7,325 15 7,350 30. ....i.i.. 7,325 Dally average, April, '07 7,383 Weekly average, April, '07. 7,250 Daily average, Oct., '0(5 6,075 State of North Dakota, county of Cass.—ss. I, J. P. Edwards, assistant manages of The Forum Printing Co., do sol emnly swear that the above statement gives the actual editions of the daily and weekly Forum and Republican, day by day, for the month of April, 1907. J. P. EDWARDS. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of May, 1007. (Seal) John W. Searing, Notary Public. My commission expires Aug. 12,1909. I the s is z and the e following the s Is short a." JErickeon photos will not disappoint The work of repaying Eighth street south is progressing nicely, a big steam roller being put on the roadway a day or two ago. W. O. Mahon, of the Salary Loan company, has removed his offices to suite 6, Huntington block. 106 Broad way, Fargo. My North Broadway home In Fargo ror sale cheap. U. W. Kerr, cor ner of Nicollet and Third street, Min neapolis, Minn. chief of Police Wade auctioned off a number of dogs this afternoon at the city dog pound. Not many people were in attendance. Every home should have THE WOMAN'S NATIONAL DAILY Per year....»» *«v...... §A*» Per 3 month$, a$ THE WOMAN'S MAGAZINE Per year .15 They are very intr resting. ORDER OF Fargo Subscription.Agency, Fargo, N. D. Catalogue of Periodicals seat FKEB. The Commercial Club cigar, three for 25c and 10c straight. Union workman ship, made in Fargo Sulzbach & Co. Ask any dealer. It is needless to say that all are in vited to the G. A. R. memorial serv ices tomorrow at the operahouse. It will be a union service. The best cup of coffee In the city an be had at all hours at Tweeden's restaurant, N. P. avenue. Short orders served. Call for what you want, we've *ot It. Fargo Cafpet and ftug Co. 107 Eighth St. South, Phune 319 Make Rugs, Clean Carpets, Clean Rent or Repair Sewing Machines, Sell Repairs, Oil and Needles for all Machines. Sell Wall Paper. Frank Robbins' of this city, formerly mail clerk on the Casselton branch of the Northern Pacific, has made up his mind to go to Alaska IS the near fu u e 1 While Probate Judge Sharp of Moor head is at Columbus, O., the office is being managed by Miss Maud Sikes the deputy, and she attend* to her duties nicely. LACE CURTAINS CLEANED All facilities (or delicate hand* ling of delicate fabrics—better let u»doit! Phone for wagon—or express will reach us. TROY STEAM LAUNDRY A. HASSETT, Prp. N. P. Ave.Fargo A telegraph message received by a friend states that B. G. Arbogast of this city has arrived In New York city safe and sound. He will remain there several weeks. The Elks expect to have a big tittle at their last big meeting before the «hut-down for the summfer tonight, and all members are most earnestly aslced to attend. Bowers Bros, are at work on a fhfte new residence on the north side for A. L. Loomis of the Lewis, Vidger, L*omis Co. The Klinsmann Co. is putting in the warm air heat. MASONIC' 'TEMPLE SOUVENIRS PRICE NOW ONLY 50c. 4 J. C, McKendry, at Temple, or H. C. Plnmley at Forum. An army sign&f'officer, Capt. Charles De F. Chandler, will make baloon ascensions whenever and wherever the opportunity ts presented. This is a part of the plan of General Allen, the chief signal officer of the army," to obtain all possible information in re gard to ballooning, with the idea of possessing at first hand data which would be of service in aerial observa tions. Captain Chandler is an enthu* slast on military ballooning. When ever it is possible to accompany an aeronaut on his trips Captain Chandler vlH be detailed to attend,* TO'lfM •Wl',l''..'il'!i!ll'Hilim KNIGHTS OP THE GRIP, OlLB 1,01 CLAIMS 14 IMMENSE HARVEST OF RAILROAD ACCIDENTS —OVER 20,000 PER SONS KILLED OR INJURED IN THREE MONTHS—U. C. T. PAYS 1*003 CLAIMS. More than 20,000 passengers or em ployes of railroads were killed or in jured in 2,296 collisions and 1,739 de railments occurring on the railroads of the United States during the quart erf? ending Dec. 31, 1906, according to the Interstate commerce railway accident bulletin issued by the federal govern ment. This is the startling statement which heads an interesting circular sent by Charles C. Daniels, supreme secretary of the U. C. T.. to every member of that organization. This statement Is folowed by others which show In a remarkable way the risk which the traveling men who are con tinually on the trains a^e running, heavlly throughout the year," the circular con- I r\n n 1*1 1 ri A VMIAA nn IM HI#A I spends the greater part of his life in hotels and on the road and is more subject to the discomforts and dangers attending traveling than anyone else, it Is tibt surprising that he shbuld be particularly interested in all matters pertaining to railroads and hotels, and should endeavor to secure reduced rates of travel as well as mor$ com-» fort both at hotels and on trains. "In view of these alarming figures regarding accidents, I should not be surprised to see the traveling men of the country take some action tooking to the passage of a law which shall insure a more safe and sane manage ment of the railroads." H« B. A8helman of the National Cash Register Co., has been spending the past two weeks hustling for busi ness In the Vicinity of Portal. Joe Fields of the same company is cover ing the territory around Bismarck. Karl D. Byington, who peddles black diamonds for the Pittsburg Coal Co., and registers from Minneapolis, was In the city yesterday, 3. A. Thurlow of the Garland Rterc Co.. who was recently injured by fall- 1 life. Health Economy and demonstrates the fact that the "XU™Jnh.!!!,e ST,"1"' ™°»,h\He I. I PWO fills of ltalp goods, such as risk is increasing yearly at an alarm ing rate. Froiyi Nov. 1, 1906, to May 1, 1907, the U. CfjjT- has paid 1,193 acci dent and death claims, amounting to .. $171,073,44. During the same period International Falls, of 1905-6 claims numbering 950 and' tow» in northern Minnesota to amounting to $110,731.49 were paid. |^the "1°®* This shows that there has been aJ Cai Baking Powder Best by Test law and should be administered' in their interests. i G. W Wilkinson of the Northwest Thresher Co. has been paying a visit to the towns alonog the Soo to the north of Bismarck during- the past week. i REPORTS GOOD TRIP. J. Kopleman Hair Goods Manufacturer Returns From Successful Trip. J. Kopleman returned Friday morn ing from an extended trip over North Dakota and Minnesota where he has, been selling hair goods and fancy silk wear for women for his house in this cltv. Mr. Kopleman finds that busi nr.".- is opening up, being better than switches and wigs, etc., at Grand Forks, Crookston, Duluth and Super ior. He visited many other points W*ly anJ, he increase of 23^ per cent in the num- Point will make that ber of people Injured during the past six months, and it also shows that the ^'1!^"* traveling men, or at least the members! »ui ri i i time prop of the u. C. T.. are insuring more1*'1? "If the same ratio is kept up tinues. "it would mean an average of J™"®,,? ^?!ema" one out of every sixteen of our mem- j®n*'f ^8t/ bers would meet accidental Injury or oar goods and the line death during the year." That these statements demonstrat ing the valye of insurance have made a deep impression upon the traveling men is proved by the fact that the call for the payment of assessments for the Indemnity fund is being re sponded to with much greater prompt ness. 1 In discussing the tale told ^by the: above figures,, a prominent local trav eling man said: "Some complaint has beent made about the traveling men taking such a prominent part in the agitation for new hotel and railroad laws, but when'Forum: Phoenix is usually thought of it is considered that the traveling man' of ing out of a rig, Is convalescing at the rature and are devoting many hours i Metrqpolc and i^eiU^Uy ^jd^^ch day toward making of the move-' -v ,-1::' E. A. Montgoft^ijjfy who' wag fn tfte city today, repots a good sale of Libby's products. :r Charles Rogers, the well ..known sample case carrier who sells Hooker cigars, had a strenuous time in Fargo Wednesday nfght. He came in late after a busy day on the Southwestern line. That night the Workmen were here, as well as a number of people'' who were attending the Gate City Gun club tournament and the United States court, and he found the beds in all the hotels occupied. After searching in vain for a soft resting place he was finally compelled to take his night's rest on a billiard table at the Metropole hotel. v J. F. Wolf, McDonald Bros.' crock ery salesman, paid a visit to Fargo today. T. V. Moore, who hails from Rich mond. Va., and represents the Patter son Tobacco Co.. arrived last night from the west and plans to spend Sun day in Fargo. P. W. Elliott of Chicago, wh» travels for the K. C. Baking Powder Co., ar rived in Fargo last night and expects to spend a few days here. D. Leininger, the genial collec tion manager for the Northwest Thresher Co., has been in the southern 'iterP'of the state for several days. A. M. Anderson, Fargo's candidate for the position of hotel Inspector^ has nbw received the endorsement of the Bismarck and Minot U. C. T. councils as well as that of the local council and I the open meeting of traveling men (Which was held in this city a short time atfo. In Grand Forks council there is a division of sentiment, and. that body has not given its endorse ment to anyone. But with the back ing of three out of the four IT. C. T, I councils in the state, there seems little I doubt that the plum will fall to Mr. Anderson, particularly in view of sevM. eral statements made by Governor Burke, the tenor of which *a» that the hotel »law was it traveling mens "kely town in «0U^ry today. The great water w "ner* **oads ^re ln U,lere a"d ys a U"f®y w,n inning d,hU?e 1Jw?l,Ue" Mr" KoPle- investment there ™ak* T"5h F|ma n in a short tinte. The Fargc h£f recenUy added sklr ts to 'h« is proving popular. As an instance of how it pays to do business on th« square Mr. Kopleman showed a For um reporter a letter from a woman in the far off Saskatchewan which re quested another switch like the one Mis,. Kopleman made for her seven years ago. It is heedless to say that the order will be promptly filled. QUICK WORK AT, PHOENIX. Funds for Elegant Y. M. C. A. Raised by Citizens of Phoenix, Arizona. Phoenix, Ariz., May 20.—To The being on the frontier and therefore is not classed as one of the country a wealthy cities but when it comes to Y. M. C. A. building no city in the whole United States, considering the size, has surpassed the record made here a few weeks ago. Within the phenomenally short space of eleven days 1102,000 was subscribed for a building. The original plan was to raise $60,000 but so heartily did every one go into the work and so universal was the sentiment in favor of a branch m""c."a. here^'that'the $100,- 000 was ralseu as easily ag waa sup posed at first the 160,000 mark would be reached. I cannot say there was any partic ular secret underlying the success of the campaign in Phoenix other than that explained by one of our local pa pers. In describing the campaifcA the editor of this pkper spoke as fol lows: "This enthusiasm is not confined to church organizations or circles, but permeates all classes of society with equal force. The business and profes sional men ,of the city are a unit in their support of the proposition, and men with large interests depending on their care and attention have dropped everything of a personal and private ment the success to which it is entitled.! There were two other factors, how ever, that I think justly should be men tioned as helping to make the cam paign a grand success. (1) The hearty cooperation of the three daily papers of this city, and (2) the efficient organ izing poffcet...of C. G.-Titus, general sec retary, El Paso, Tex., who directed the w#rk. ,, Joh Allen Moore. Millers Don't Profit by Advance. Montreal, May 25—Both millers and tlour dealers say It is very difficult to get an advance trom buyers In the present state of the wheat market. Competition has forced them to book orders for future delivery at the prices prevailing before the recent advance. "If we do not do }t, somebody else will," said a prominent miller, "and what are we to do?" Another large manufacturer in speaking of the sit uation, said: "owing to the excited and speculative condition of th wheat market, we understand that all millers have advanced their price* from 25 to 40 cents per barrel, but we do not expect to participate to any ex tent in the advance for some time to come, as the methods of doing busi ness in the flour trade prevents millers from taking the same benefit at once that can be secured on the speculative wheat market. Millers generally have their output booked for months ahead and If the market advances, of course have to make deliveries, but the un fortunate part otf it is that if the mark et recedes, we have tp allow the buyer the reduction.w Vacation Trip That'® Worth While. New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Jamestown exposition at Norfolk may be visited on excursion tickets via Pennsylvania Lines. Stop overs at New York and Philadelphia permit inexpensive side trips to resorts on Long Island and in New England, to Atlantic City. Cape May, and fam ous seashore resorts. Atlantic ocean tteamer ride between New York and Norfolk if desired also steamer ride cm Fotomac river, and Chesapeake bay. Qo one way, return another. For fur ther information write G. L. Thomp #*•«,«* T- F- Agent, 134 BUth street, St MODEL H3 $1450 4 *Jk $ 9L'y 'S S for a sp»-4 -Ts Duty to departed ones is not complete until a suitable memorial has been raised over their graves. We have aided hundreds to perform that dttty. s N0RTft? OAKhS, •rM Phone S54-L. (^,,,One '-v Perfectly Simple Sfaply Pafed.,' "S HUGH McDONALD ""Bi On Your Farm or In Your Business *^e car that made the 3000 mile non-atop record—The car that ran from New York to Boston on denatured alcohol. 4 Would you like to know all aoout the Maxwell You can have our catalog for the asking. 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