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Saturday I* The Last Day
BAH & BAILEY'S
Well, kids, the circus is almost here.
A part of it will be on its way before
8 o'clock tonight and by the time that
you have the kinks out of your wool
In the morning the outfit of the Bar
num & Bailey Greatest Show on Earth
will be camped on the show grounds.
The first section of the circus known
as the Flying Squadron" and consisting
of the commissiary department. Is ex
pected to roll into the Great Northern
railroad yards from Grafton about 3
o'clock in the morning. It is one good
bet that there will be a crowd of men
and boys on hand to greet its trrival,
see the wagons rolled off the cars and
give the elephants and things a wel
come to the city. Only one perform
ance is being given in Grafton in order
that the show may reach here in good
season.
The interesting thing just now is the
parade which the circus oeople have
revived and announce that they are
giving on a larger and more elaborate
fcale than ever before. It will leave
'lie show grounds tomorrow promptly
at 10 o'clock. Like the circus itself,
of which it will be a good prelude. It
will be many things in one. It will
be a big, moving horse show, a congress
of riders, a display of wild animals and
an exhibition uf beautifully carved
floats representing foreign lands. Thir
ty elephants led by Gyp, a fellow
weighing six tons, will be in line. Three
herds of camels will meander along and
observe the millinery effects. There
will be lots of music including a mount
ed cavalry band and a band composed
of clowns. All of the floats and the
costumes of the riders are new and the
pageant is imposing and colorful.
The circus programme is a huge af
fair made up into twenty divisions and
containing 100 hundred acts. It opens
with a spectacular entry descriptive of
a pertod in the life of Cleopatra. Twelve
hundred people many elephants, camels
and horses take part in the spectacle
Fargoans From the Cradle Almost to the Grave Are in a State
of Expectancy Over the Arrival of the Greatest
Show on Earth.
Desperado, a young Frenchman. This
daring youth mounts to the dome of
the main tent and leaps forward to
alight on his unprotected chest on a
curved chute on the ground. The feat
is described as nerve-twisting. One
of the big feature numbers is furnished
by Jupiter, a handsome white Arabian
stallion. The horse and his young
woman rider take position on a plat
form attached to a balloon and ascend
to the dome of the tent. There is a
momentary pause and bursting rockets
envelop horse and rider in a shower of
sparks as the descent is made. The
net is creating as much of a sensation
here as it did abroad.
MERCHANT HAS FAILED
H. Yeagsr of Underwood File* Pe
tition tin the Federal
Court.
The petition in bankruptcy of A.
H. Yeager, an Underwood merchant,
was filed at the office of the clerk of
the federal court this morning. In
his schedule of accounts liabilities are
placed at 15,893.55, assets 17,836,06, of
which $2,100 is claimed exempt.
Rexlne, king of
your grocer.
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I BUY AND StiLl
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old thing. Ben Hart.
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FRANK 0. KNERR
DAIRY CO.
Manufacturer of
Speeial "0. K." Brand
of Creamery Butter.
Dealers In
Strictly New Laid Eggs,
Sweet Whipping Cream,
Fresh Buttermilk
and
Dairy Butter.
Phone 546.
No. 7 Eighth St. So.
Fargo, N. D.
We're Entering the Homestretch
IN OUR GREAT
20% Discount Sale on Chinaware
This Sale started out phenomenally, from,the first hour it proved
itself to be the most thoroughly successful sale we have ever held.
Now to wind It Oil. With so unusual a start there cannot be an
ordinary finish, we are in duty bound to make the last day as
great as the first day. We are simply forced to put our shoulder
to the wheel and push, push hard, to maintain the standards
established by the first day.
20 Per Cent Discount on AH Chinaware From 15c Up
TOMORROW, (SATURDAY), IS THE LAST DAY
NOTICE: This Store Will Be Closed All Day Monday, July 5th
The thing- which makes the circus
stand out this season is the prepon
derance of novelties. There are nearly
300 foreigners on the bill and their acts
are new. It is said that the merely
clever act has no place on the bill, that
all of the things performed are either
umazing, bewildering or sensational.
The equestrian acts are of high class.
Orrln, Victoria and Mae Davenport,
Julia Shlpp, Ella Bradna and Fred Der
rick, Charles Siegrist and the Bokromas
are among the riders. The big bare
back act is furnished by the Konyots,
four men and two women, all of whom
leap to the back of the one powerful
animal and at the finish ride him out
of the ring.
In the gymnastic division the four
Faasios, the four Dekoes and the Perez
troupe are the stars. With the Fassios
is a girl who while standing on one
foot on a man's head holds her other
foot In outstretched hand as she is
carried up and down a flight of stairs.
The Perez girls work on unsupported
ladders.
The acrobatic division contains the
Dollar troupe, the six Florences, the
Avalos, the five Koes and Les Jardys.
With the Dollars is a young girl who
turns a triple somersault. There are
strong men and women and odd things
without number.
Interspersed through the programme
are the acts of performing animals.
There are dogs made up to look like
kittle elephants, but the real animal
stars are a herd of elephants which
actually play on musical instruments.
One clown dances witn «. ape and
another buffroon is drawn about uy
four fat geese. In all there are fifty
clowns forming the biggest bunch of
fun makers ever seen in one show. The
Merry Andrews work in relays on the
hippodrome track and with the aid of
properties.
One division Is given over to aerial
ists, another to tightrope performers
and another to trapeze artists. The
The sensational thriller is the act of star of the tight rope walkers is La
Belle Victoris, a beautiful Mexican. The
Imperial Viennese troupe perform some
wonderful flights in the air and the
same may be said of the Neopolitans.
There are twelve numbers on the hip
podrome.
Great crowds are expected to come to
the city for the parade and the circus
performances. The gat s will be
opened at 1 and 7 o'clock and the per
formances will begin one hour later.
The menagerie is the biggest one ev^r
carried by the circus. A down town
office will be opened in the morning
where tickets may be had at the same
prices as are charged at the ticket wa
gons on the shoy grounds.
FEAR THESE WAS BAIL
Quiok Chang* in Weather Lead* to
Belief There Was loe in
the Air.
That hail fell somewhere In the
northwest this morning is the general
belief about Fargo. The quick change
in the weather from the sweltering
heat of yesterday to the chilly wind of
today is taken as an indication that
there was ice in the air somewhere
in this vicinity.
Bad Drinking Water a Common Cause
of Sicknoss.
One of the most common causes of
sickness is bad drinking water. In
some parts of the country where shal
low wells are the principal source of
supply, diarrhoea Is quite common,
and Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy in demand. One
or two doses of this remedy will check
the attack and prevent any serious
consequences. This remedy is for
sale by all dealers.
An Advertisement in Itself
A proof of skill, experience, improved
methods and earnest purpose. It is
the finish to an article that counts.
Phone 896. Dakota Valet, French dry
cleaners and dyers.
New Session vaw* Mere.
A supply of t»e j*pu?aj- edition of
the laOit session laws has been received
and copies may be had at The Forum
office at ?1 per copy. Orders by mall
will be given prompt attention.
The Forum Printing Co„ Farf*
tot fahgo
FARGQ.
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Saturday is Tkt Last Day
THADESANOUHIIOEET
Semi-monthly Meeting Witt Be
TMe Evening at Umen
Hall.
"CON'S"
Held
There will be a regular meeting of
the Fargo Trades & Labor assembly
this evening at Union hall. Matters
concerning the big Labor day demon
stration will be taken up and commit
tee reports heard on work that has al
ready been accomplished.
Have you inspected the Knight
Printing Co.'s stationery department?
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YOUTH ARRESTED aFTER
FIRE THAT KILL8 BROTHER
Newark, N. J., July 2.—George
Keiser, 20 years old, was arrested here
yesterday after a fire in which his
brother, John, aged 16 years, lost his
life and William Mannon, another boy
was burned. The fire destroyed the
plant of the Meadow Pasteboard A
Box Co. and caused a loss of about
$50,000. The twenty-three men be
sides young Keiser and Mannion, who
constituted the shift at tho work at
the time, all had narrow escapes.
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Number 1
hot
Summer Dock Suits, all colors and an endless variety
of designs. Suits that would sell ordinarily
for upwards of $10.00. This sale «pO«l V
Lot Number 2'
This lot consists of an excellent assortment of Heath
erbloom Skirts, A fine range of colors and designs to
select from. Skirts that are easily worth
$3.25. This sale.. ..
Lot Number 3
Automobile Dresses, almost without number and
without end. Any design and color, made in up to
the minute styles. Dresses that
ordinarily for less than $10.00.
This sale
Fourth of
July Week
a Sale
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SPRINT
RECALLS OLD DAYS
STOHY Of A THREE-DAY WALK
ING MATCH PULLED OFF 26
YEARS AGO IN FARGO WHICH
WAS WON BY KEEFE, REVIVED
AT POLICE STATION.
The recent exhibition give^/on the
upon as the speediest man in the
northwest. On severa" occasions Con
was called down from a boxcar to
take the starch out of an individual
who became too chesty in the city.
In those days Keefe held a position
as brakeman with the N. P. and was
later switchman in the local yards.
His claim to the world's champion
ship record for working men who
could show that they tolled ten hours
a day, was never successfully dis
puted.
Possibly one of the most striking
events in Keefe'a running career oc
curred twenty-si* years ago this
month. On July 11, Independence day
was celebrated in Fargo and the big
event was a seventy-two-hour walk
ing match in the Gem theatre, owned
by A1 Haas. The match Wag started
July 11. Con came in from his run
ithat day and after enjoying other
features of the celebration, wag in
duced by his friends to start in the
match cjainst John Sullivan and Tom
Talbert.
From the sixteenth to the eighteenth
hour of the match there was some
speeding done, over twenty miles be
ing covered. At the end of the
seventy-two hours, Keefe had walked
346 miles and won the match with
a whole lot of glory attached.
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you
rrme. .ttttt
south side by Officer Con Keefe,' to the position of district court report
which demonstrated that he wti still jer to Judge Chas. A. Pollock of the
something of a runner, in a case of S Third judicial district, has been an
necessity, has revived talk around the nounced, For some time Mr. Green
police headquarters of pioneer days has held the position of supreme court
in the city when CorneliuB was looked i stenographer. He reported the Simp
son murder trial in this city this
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The genuine Ford Bros.' Indian oil Is
for sale only at these drugstores in
Fargo: Fout & Porterfleld, Wllser's
Crusoe's, Christianson, II. H. Cassel
man. and serial No. 4572 on labeL
Hav» Knight Printing Co. print tt
PLAY LIOLF AT FOIUS
U. Clerk Montgomery Will Enjoy
Day at Town and Country
Club.
fturgo wilt be represented at the golf
tournament at Grand Forks tomorrow.
U. S. Clerk of Court J. ... Montgomery,
who is a member of the Town and
Country club of that place, will par
ticipate in the sport and anticipates
very pleasant time.
he Greatest Sale pf Sales on La
Skirts, Automobile Dresses, Dressing Sacques, Stockings, etc.
Will be sold during this Great 4th of July Week Sale at One-Half their actual worth.
$2.19
could not buy
$4.59
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IKtEN NAMLB
COURT REPORTER
SUPREME COURT STENOftAPHEft
SUCCEEDS H. G. EDWARDS IN
JUDGE CHA8. A. POLLOCK'S
COURT—THE NEW APPOINTEE
TAKES A BRIDE.
Th# appointment of WiDtaia Green
spring. Mr. Green was formerly of
this city, having received his business
education in Fargo.
H. G. Edwards, who has served as
court reporter for a long term, in a
most efficient manner, has resigned
and is now in the west. He was looked
on as the most capable man in this
capacity in the northwest and it is
expected will land something very fine
on the coast.
The marriage of Mr. Green to Miss
Krueger occurred at Stillwater Wed
nesday evening, where they will spend
the summer, moving to Fargo in the
taJL
Delay la taking Foley's Kidney Reni
edy If you have backache, kidney or
bladder trouble, fastens the disease
upon you and makes a cure more dif
ficult. Commence taking Foley's Kid
ney Remedy today and you will soon
be well. Why risk a sellout malady7
H. H. Casselman.
REXINES.
Raised a Disturbsnl*.
Fred nderson was arrested yester
day, charged with drunkenness, and
was arraigned before Judge Martin
Ryan this morning in the police court.
Friends of the man had called and will
pay his fine this afternoon, but a touch
of the rest cure was deemed advisa
ble and he was remanded to Jail for
the d^y. It is charged that Anderson
raised something of a disturbance on
Front street, while under the influence
Of liquor.
For Rent—Deslrabl® Offficer.
Elegant suite of ornces on first floor
of Morton building, just newly deco
rated. These offices mey be rented
separately if desired. Page-Benedict
Land Ccmpany.
Monuments.
A. W. Raymond, pioneer monument
and gravestone man. will call on any
one wishing anything in his Una.
Address Box 41S. Fargo.
Crops Fine Up North.
T. A. Harris, a Crookston contdtc-
White Duclc Skirts, There are two ^tfozefr
skirts in this lot, and the price i» almost
like giving them away.
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Began Monday Morning and Will Continue
The Balance of This Week
Summer Suits,
This will be an opportunity to buy some satisfactory Wearing Apparel for the Fourth of July Celebration at prices
that will mean a saving of about one-hali on your purchase*
Lot Number 4
Thi» lot consists of 52 Dresses, made flom 1/ variety
of different material, in well assorted sizes. A rur. w
of them are worth up to $8. 50.
Choice of lot
You should shop early, because th£e dresses are
not going to last long at this price, v
All the balance of our wear at just one-half the regu
lar price. i
DENIS FUR COMPA
206 BROADWAY V FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA
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$2.99
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Lot Number 5
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$1.69
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Lot Number
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4. Machine darning is not only bet
ter in appearance, but will wear
and wash better than most hand
daming.
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Tie Most Woaderfil ud Simple L»l»r S»»«r Em Iirertrf
BECAUSE
much better than any »to*
ilar devise for the purpose.
2. It makes DARNING a PASTIME
and a work of art.
3. It will not tear the stockings, nor
will the darning hurt the most
tender feet.
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DARNER THE NUWAY
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FREE SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION
SATURDAY, JULY 3—CIRCUS DAY
BECAUSE
AND CM BE
5. It saves time
aroished
A Boon to Housewives. Every Family Should Have
Singer Sewing Machine Co.
No.
107
tor, arrived in the city last evening
from the west en route home. Mr.
Harris stated that conditions in that
section of the Red river valley were
very ftne. Comparatively little rain
Look For Feller's Clothes
i s e s o o o i n
you'll always see when good
dressers get together—swell
'^enough for a neat dresser and
modest enough for a business
Iban. Olive mixtures, grays and
:%owns in a variety of patterns. Our
gent's* furnishings department is
Complete with summer showings and
tverything that goes to top off the
well dressed man will be found here.
ete instructions for its use are
with each attachment
Broadway, Fargo
W™ C. J. FELLERS FIFFI
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Lot Number 7
Thif lot consists of twenty-five Dressing Sacques well
made and exceptionally pretty easily worth *1 jr
75c. Your choice at this sale ZIDC
Lot Number 8
Fifty dozen stockings in all colors and
Come in and get your choice at, per pair
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C. M. B. CORSETS
We have in stock the latest designs the celebrated
C. M. B. Corsets, fitted expertly by us. They range
in quality and different styles from
S3.00 to $10.00
Let tw show them and explain them to yduj^tid we
are sure you will never wear any other corset.
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anyone who can run a
machine.
Thin places on stockings can be
reinforced, thus preventing holes
of tearing out by garters or ius
penders.
The Singer Darner can be used to
great advantage in MENDING
KNIT UNDERWEAR. Com-
0»e.
has been experienced there during the
past month. A much needed shower
was enjoyed this .woek which improv
ed. the appearand of 'the crops ^pa»
raensely.
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