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If the flffe w of the m#mb«ri of
the state militia of North Dakota, offi
cer* as well as men in the ranks, are
compiled with. Governor John Burke
will e-appolnt Adujtant General T.
H. Pool* for another term. Nearly
•very company In the state guard
has passed resolutions praising the
work of General Poole and asking the
•tate executive to maintain the High
standard attained by the militia dur
ing the past two years by leaving the
present adjutant general at the head
of the North Dakota National Guard.
Below are copies of the resolutions
passed by Companies O of Valley City
nd of Fargo:
Headquarters Co. G, First Infantry,
North Dakota National Guard.
Valley City, N. D., Nov. 19, 1908.—
At a regular meeting of Co. G, First
Infantry regiment, North Dakota Na
tional Guard, held at its armory on
Thursday night, Nov. 19, 1908, the fol
lowing resolution was adopted by the
unanimous vote of the company.
Whereas, Company being mind
ful of the excellent services Adjutant
General T. H. Poole has rendered to
the national guard of our state, in
which such services of adjutant gener
al v/erf: mor- noticeable in his admin
istration than ever before, the annual
inspection, the equipment of the men,
having a state rifle team and seeing
that this state was represented at
Camp Perrv. Ohio, at the National
Rifle Association of America In the
years 1907 and 1908.
His services throughout his adminis
tration has been marked by conscien
tious devotion to duty, no detail has
been too small to receive his atten
That the appropriation for the main
tenanoe of the guard has been wisely
alloted and expended to secure the
greatest good and highest efficiency of
Be it therefore resolved that we,
the members of Company G, First In
fantry Regiment, North Dakota Na
tional guard, are mindful of his ex
cellent services, heartily endorse his
administration as most efficient and
beneficial to the guard, and do com
mend him to his excellency the com
mander in chief, for reappointment.
Offers greater economy possibilities
than ever before
"BUY YOUR LINENS NOW"
COMPftMtES AND B, N. & N. 0.,
COMMEND PRESENT ABLE AD
JUTANT GENERAL TO GOVERN-
Oft BURKE AND ASK THAT HE
WL GIVEN ANOTHER TERM.
His help and interest In the ar
rangement of company rifle ranges,
that we now have a first class 800
yard rifle range well equipped which
was built this year.
That his personal encouragement to
the members of the national guard
company armories are now a fact In
a number of places in this state.
By his effective services the entire
regiment was able this year to partici
-pate in the army maneuvers at Camp
David S. Stanley at American Lake,
Reoorded In company record, forty
members of Company being present
(Signed) H. F. Halverson,
First Sargeant, Secretary Co.
X:%•:4^ expending more than was alloted to
us, there having been a saving In
Co. "B" Resolutions.
Copy of resolutions passed by the
enlisted men of Co. "B" First Inf. N.
D. N. Q., at a regular meeting held
Nov. 7, 1908.
Whereas, The present adjutant gen
eral, T. H. Poole, has been In office
nearly two years, and appreciating the
When General Poole assumed the
office of adjutant general, the Dick bill
had been force for nearly four years,
but this state had never sent a team
to the National Rifle match, during
his administration we have had a team
representing this state, both in 1907
Prior to 190T very little interest had
been taken In rifle practice, for the
reason that none of the companies had
Through his personal efforts we were
able to participate In the army man
euvers at 'American Lake, Wash., this
year, though the Federal appropriation
(fV'•, i alloted to this state, was insufficient,
and it was only by the executive abll
1ty of the adjutant general, that wo
.fl' it were able to make the trip, without
All the appropriations for the maln
of the guard have been
pffndod with the utmost care, and he
sides having attended the maneuvers
camp, there has KeeOI store money
«r'' i *t
i V i
used for permanent Improvement on
the camp grounds and rifle range, than
His service during his administra
tion of the office, have been marked by
conscientious devotion to duty, Ufi
marred by personal or political pref
erences, no request was to small for
his immediate attention, and the ut
most harmony has prevailed through
out the reglfhent.
At all times his interest In the en
listed men was shown, in one case a
member of Co. "B" was permitted to
stop over In Seattle, and upon start
ing for home, discovered that his tick
et had expired. He was obliged to
jay full fare, and expected to be out
the 140 which the ticket cost him,
but General Poole immediately took
the matter up with the Great North
ern and had the fare refunded. This
Is only one example of how he has
worked for the Interest of the guard,
and each individual member thereof.
Be It therefore resolved, That we,
the enlisted men of Company "B" ap
preciating the high conduct of h« sfcr
vl :es. hearty endorse his administra
tion. as the most efficient and benefic
ial the guard has ever had, and do
conmend him to his excellency, the
commfnder In chler, for reappoint
R.-corded In the company records
at the regular meeting of Co. "B" betd
Nov. 7. 1908.
8hop at Howard Moody^a
In Moorhead, tomorrow. The great
Clearing Sale starts tomorrow. Great
est mark down and Clearing Sale ever
held in Fargo Or Moorhead. Be sure
Look into Texas fruit lands—see
Olson-Borchardt Land Co. a*-
LAKE WINNIPEG CAVIAR
Interesting Christmas Souvenir Sent
by The Winnipeg Free Press
to Advertise Western Canada.
Not many people are aware that the
annual export of caviar from Lake
AVIninpeg to Hamburg, which is the
chief caviar market of the world, is
of the value of from $10,000 to (16,000.
Fewer still are aware that much of the
Lake Winnipeg caviar comes back to
this side of the Atlantic in one pound,
half pound, and quarter pound Jars
and tins, labelled as the Russian ar
ticle. By gourmands, the world over,
caviar is greatly relished as an ap
petiser. King Elward is particularly
fond of caviar sandwiches at luncheon.
A handsome little enamelled tin of
caviar from Lake Winnipeg was sent
out by The Winnipeg Free Press, in
pursuance of its annual custom of
marking the Christma season by the
distribution of a western Canadian
souvenir to the newspapers of Canada,
the United States and Great Britain.
This makes the eigth of these annual
souvenirs, the one for Christmas, 1907,
having been a miniature barrel of flour
made at the Hudson Bay Co.'s mill at
Vermillion, 1,432 miles northwest of
Winnipeg, from wheat grown in the
Peace river country. The Christmas,
1908, souvenir is accompanied, like its
predecessors, by an artistic booklet,
with numerous Illustrations, the cover
design being the reproduction of a
water color picture of a Lake Winni
peg scene. In addition to much in
teresting and valuable Information
about western Canada, It contains
some curious f^cts about caviar, and
the Cree legend of the sturgeon, glven
in print for the first time.
Caviar is the roe of the sturgeon
prepared as a table delicacy. Shakes
peare makes Hamlet speak of It as a
dish too rare to be known by the gen
erality of people, and the flavor of
which could not be relished by an un
efforts he has made to Improve the are caught anywhere in the world than
standing of the National guard of this
state, we feel it proper to herein re
cord some of his services.
range. General Poole has during his $400,000. Western Canada thus yields
term of office provided Aitken targets
and range for every company In the
ground, his efforts In this direction
having been very marked.
The regular army Inspection held in
April 1908, shows that this regiment
Is nearer to the required standard of
efficiency, in both personal and equip
ment, than it has ever been In its his
No finer sturgeon
In Lake Winnipeg. It is not generally
known, by the way, that Lake Winni
peg has a total area of r.bout 9.000
square miles, and that its total coast
line Is longer than that of any of the
great lakes, except Lake Superior.
There is not on this continent, con
tained wholly within the boundaries of
any one province or state, a body of
water at all approaching it in mag
nitude. Last year's catch of fish on
Lake Winnipeg amour ted to 8,000.000
pounds, making at an average of o
cents per pound, a total value of
other harvests than those thflf
reaped from Its fertile soil.
DID DAN CUPID
ChambvHsin's Colic, Cholara
This Is a perfectly reliable medi
cine for bowel complaints, and one
that has never been known to fall
even in the most severe and danger
ous cases. For sale by all deal era
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of The Merchants National
bank of Fargo, will be held In the di
rector's room of said bank on the sec
ond Tuesday in January, 190#, being
Jan. 12, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the
purpose of electing directors for the
ensuing year and the transaction of
such other business as may properly
oome before Mid meeting,
B. B. LYOK.
Fargo, N. D.. Dee. 7, 190S.
DtS MOINES COUPLE WHO PAS
SEDTHROUGH FARGO ARE HAP
PILY MARRIED AS A RESULT
OP THE BISMARCK WRECK TWO
UW Dan Cujrtd wmek the North
Coast Limited on the N. P. About two
A happy couple who passed through
Fargo last week on their way to De»
Moines, la., from Bismarck, where they
had been since the wreck, believe so,
for as a result of it they were happily
married at Dee Moines on Christmas
Miss Meta Hill was the young lady
of the pretty romance and Mr. Leo
Burr Is the delighted groom.
Determined to tent the loyalty of her
lover, who paid her urgent court. Miss
Hill, who was proprietress of a "Beau
ty Parlor" at Des Moines, sold her es
tablishment, bade her suitor farewell
and started for the west. She told
him if be was sure of his affections at
the end of a year he might hope. Re
jected, he pleaded In vain.
She took the train that was wrecked
near Bismarck and her ankle was
broken. Discerning the hand of fate
in the wreck, she wired her suitor of
her misfortune but before the telegram
reached him he had heard of her In
jury through the newspaper and was
preparing to go to her. He hurried
to the scene of the wreck and took her
beck to her mother's home at Des
"Tour ankle is broken?" he asked
as he anxiously bent over her In her
hospital In Dakota.
"Tes." she said' with tears In her
eyes, "and my will, too."
Then she promised to be hit Wife.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money if
it fails to cure. B. W. GROWS sig
nature Is on each box. 26c.
Olson Will Be Appointed.
Blamarck, N. D., Dec. 28.—County
Superintendent Olson of McLean coun
ty, came in from the east Christmas
night and Is in the city today. He
FARGO FORUM AND DATLY BEPUBLICAN. MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER *8, 1908.
expects to be appointed to succeed
himself as the person who was elected
last fall to fill the office lives In Sheri
dan county and will probably be ap
pointed to serve In the new county.
This leaves a clear field for Olson who
will probably receive the appointment.
One Dootor Suocesefi-tty Treats
"In treating pneumon a/* sags Dr.
W. J. Smith, of Sanders, Ala., "the F.
only remedy I use for the lungs is
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. While,
of course, I would treat other symp
toms with different medicines, I have
used this remedy many times In my
medical practice r.ad have yet failed
to find a case where it has not con
trolled the trouble. 1 hare used it
mysdf, as has also my wife for
cou and colds repeatedly, and I
most willingly and cheerfully recom
mend It as superior to any other cough
remedy to my knowledge." sale
by all dealers.
State*Secretary ftagrey of College V.
M. C^Ap Spoke to Junior Ham
bora on Men.
State Collegiate Secretary Kagley of
the Y. M. C. A. addressed the boys'
meeting Sunday afternoon at which
time he impressed upon them the nec
essity In the world for men at the
present time. "The world needs men
and above all it needs men that are
men," said Secretary Nagley.
He distinctly pointed out the neces
sity for truth, respect of women, sin
cerity, all of which go to make up the
character of a true man.
A large number of boys were* pres
ent and were, greatly pleased with his
talk as It contained many helpful
thoughts and much advice which will
be good for the rising generation to
follow in the moulding of thafr char
TO BE SENTENCED 300N.
KesUr Will Go to Penitentiary
Embezzlement of Funds.
Valley City, N. D.. Dec. 28.—V
Raster, who was found guilty of em
bezzlement In the district court, will
be sentehced by Judge Burke the
early part of next week. There
'is some talk of an appeal to the su
preme court but as yet this matter ha*
not been decided. Kesler seems to
take the verdict of guilty with little
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Mrs. Eleanor Chalmers
Alfred Blalsdell, secretary of state,
baa Issued cnarters to the following
Sheridan County Abstract Co., Den
Fargo Milk Co., capital stock $30,000
incorporators: J. McKensle, R. H.
Morrow, A. M. Bean, ai of Fargo, N.
D., and others.
The Carplo Hardware and Imple
ment Co., capital stock $25,000 In
corporators: P. ). Kavanagh, Leon
ard C. Arnold and Thomas J. Kavanagh
all of Carpio, N. D.
The Dakota Collection and Credit
Co., Dickinson, _N. D., capital stock
$25,000 incorporators: William H.
Walton, Guy H. Dickinson, Louis
Petricka and others of Dickinson, N.
Klipper Co., Grand Forks, N. D„
capital stock $26,000 incorporators:
and Watson Anderson, all of Grand
Forks, N. D.
Hart Land and Loan Co., McHenry.
N. D., capital stock $100,000 incor
porators: H. 8, Halvorson, W. O.
Lowden, J. H. Campbell and others of
McHonry, N. D.
The Ruettell Clothing Co.. Grand
Forks. N. D., capital stock $15,000 In
corporators: J. H. Ruettell and R. C.
Ruettell both of Crookston, Minn., and
C. F. Ruettell of Fargo, N. D.
Bowman Drug Co., capital sfcock $10,
000 Incorporators: John & Smith,
Ralph T. Haywood and.Fred W. Carl
soh all of Bowman, N. D.
The Ebenezer congregation of Tioga,
Williams county, N. D. incorporators:
A. M. Kind well and Leonard Glans
both of Tioga, N. D„ and othdrs.
Apostolic Lutheran church, Lille
hoff township: incorporators: GustSf
Matson of Brocket, ,N. D., Isak Antilla
of Lawton. and others.
Congregational chufch, Buford, N.
£. Incorporators: Frank B. Chap
rrtan and Joseph A.' Belsel of Buford,
N. D.. and George O. Sanford of Willis
ion. N. D.
North Marion Reformed church in
corporators: Jacob. D. Baft*. Peter
Roorda, J. H. Boom and others of
a i o n N
Lyrdahl Lutheran church of Tioga,
Williams county, N. D. incorporators:
Olaf A. Germundsen. Goorge IJlven
and Adolph H. Barstad all of Tioga,
N. D.. nnd others.
St. Marv'st ctiiiTtt.' Q'ie«t&d. N. D:
AsK tKo ^Merchant Handling our goods
IKittericK Patterns w
V 5 Y V.9
i* -i'-fc ,•
D., capital stock $25,000 in
corporators: W. Nuessle, Denhoff,
E. Funk, Washburn. N. D.,
tke FRENCH EDITION of THE DELINEATOR H.s the
Largest circulation of any magazine of it#This ti the tribute
mi fmri* to BUTTEEICft FASHIONS,
THE DELINEATOR is the one style authority?* It la
Nlpade so by its association with the great fashion autocrats of Parisi and
creators of style in this Country and b^r its own* unsurpassed
staff of fashion artists.
«aaKing is unsurpassed, is contributing a series of dressmaking lessons.
Illustrating every move by a simple diagram. Following them the most
timid user of the needle may become Her own chilled dre^oniciller.
how you can get
(4 boon, worth 25 cent. e.ch)
Or write us for tHe
BUILDING,. NEW YORK
«'*4 'I i
incorporators: John Shanley, Thomas
EJgan and others of Fargo, N. D.
St. Patrick's church, Englevale, N.
D. incorporators:* John Shanley,
Thomas Egan and others of Fargo,
St. Mary's church of Fox holm, N. D.
incorporators: Thomas Egan, John
Shanley, and others of Fargo. N. D.
McKenxle Creamery Co., capital
stock $9,000 Incorporators: W. L.
and Watson. F. M. Leathers and H. P.
Goddard, all of McKenzie. N. D.
Chaffee State bank is dissolved a
meeting was held on Oct. 24, 1908, for
Lintob State bank Increased its cap
ital stock from $16,000 to $25,000.
AliCHON OF IKS
^fargW' Horse* Wftf fttf.
tion Off Two Carloads of Mares.
Two carloads of mares at auction.
Fargo Horse Co. holds its next sale
Jan. 2, when two carloads of farm
Keller, John E. Anderson from Iowa and Minnesota, many
with foal, will be sold to the highest
bidder. Sale at Washington House
barn. Auctioneer Balrd, manager.
The Forum doesn't make blank
books or loose leaf ledger aheeta.
Knight Printing Co. does.
Drayton Mill Deal Will Be Before
Pembina, N. D., Dec. 28.—Among
the Important cases to come up at the
January term of the district court
of Pembina county, which will
be convened on Jan,. 6, are those grow
ing out of the Drayton mill deal. The
defendants In this case are John M.
Robbie, James Bellamy, Jr., John
Cochrane and William Cochrane. The
other cases to come up are as follows:
F. E. Russell, embezslement Wm.
Varboncour, Andrew Robinson and J.
W. Gilbralth, maintaining a common
r.uisance: James Page, Daniel Ken
nedy, violation of prohibition law
Lawrence Richardson, Edward B. Rur
rlle, i rthur Davis, Frank L. Thomp
son. Michael O'Brien, Toby Lyons,
larceny Edwn Collins, Samuel F.
Whltmer. James T. Derby, Jacob Hol
liger, Poter Karels, George Karels.
Mary Starts, Louis Laducer, John G.
Pomeroy, maintaining a public nui
sance Joseph O'Neill and John Doe,
1HE BUTTER ICK. PUBLISHING COMRWY-NEWTORK
Fifteen Cents a Copy One Do!l«r i
Cfrity of the
whose Knowledge of dress-
•tins 1 ujyiiiiii| ,1
HAY ASK MO
LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE Of* ft
D.N. a ASSOCIATION WILL CON
SIDER ASKING STATE TO IM
PROVE DEVILS LAKE ENCAMP
from att indications a resolution
will be presented at the meeting of the
National Guard association at Man
dan, Jan. 5 and 6, asking the legis
lature for an appropriation of not less
than $5,000 for the improvement of the
grounds at Devils Lake. The state
militia owns a liberal tract of land
on the lake which at the present time
is in sad need of improvement. The
underbrush a*d dead trees makes it a
difficult matter to hold extended ma
neuvers with any degree of satisfac
tion and It is believed that If properly
presented the law makers can find no
legitimate objection to the Improve
ments asked for.
An office will probably created in
case the request Is granted, of care
taker of the grounds, the occupant of
which will remain in charge the year
around. After the original appropria
tion It is thought that the proceeds
rrom the sale of timber on1 the land
will be enough to keep up the yearly
repairs and pay the salary of the
man in charge.
The North Dakota militia will «^e
the grounds every other year fats'a
lengthy encampment and every year
will probably hold the rifle contests
at the state range. The matter will
be presented to the legislature in case
the resulution passes by the militia leg
islative committee which was appoint
ed a short time ago by President
Henry of the National Guard associa
Mon Jople are taking Foley'a lrfd
y Remedy every year. It is con.
sldered to be the most
edy for kidney and bladde- troubles
that •-edical science can devise.
Foley's Kidrny Remedy corrects Ir
regularities. builds up voru out tissues
and restores lost vitality. It will make
you fee! well and well. H. n.
Miles 3t. ndJ"«K
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