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A". 4 Coming Events Tuesday, July 27. fctteratate fair. -j Wednastfa* July ft* flit«nt£ie fair. v Ttiursaay, July ft feterstat* fair Friday, July 8Q» Interstate fair. Monday, Aug. 2. Industrial summer scboot at •. C. begins. F. W. H?owe begins lectures on Agri cultural Education. Tuesday, Aug. 5. Dr. Bailey lectures on Country Ufa. ?*, Saturday, Aug. 7. j'4r. W. Howe's leoture® en& '•«i Thursday, Auj. 21. Industrial summer school at A. C. •nde. 40 —1400 ,W: .1M I kmL I? CONTACTORS AND ARCHITECTS ""B All carpenters, architects and contractors who aire visiting the great Interstate fair, as well as all local carpenters, architects and con tractors also all retail hardware dealers are cordially Invited to*call at the offices of the Western Sales Company, 20 Broadway, down stairs, and see the Parks Window Balance and Lock. This device saves from $2 to $10 per opening on all kinds of windows. It does away with weights, cords and pulleys, as well as the cold air space in which the weights drop. It works automatically in holding the window wherever It is placed, and the locking device in connection Is by faT the best lock ever placed on a window. Neither the lock or the balance wiH ever wear out, do no damage whatever to the sash or frame, and are simplicity itself. We have a special proposition of importance to every carpenter, contractor and retail hardware dealer who will take the time to call and see this device. It is worth a hundred times the time you will 4 take seeing this device, and we want to again extend a cordial invi tation to all of you to call by all means. It costs you not a single cent, and our time Is at your disposal. You can not fail to be fully as Interested as every otljer contractor, carpenter, architect and re tall hardware dealer who has already seen it. Make it one of your important points to see the Parks Window Balance and Lock. Do not under any circumstances tnlse it. Evening apgtotetm*ata OM be made by phoning 1588-J. Do It now. ... 4 4 4 4 jlThe City in Brief IRRIGATED AND NON-IRRIGATED TRACTS General Farming, Grain. Wheat. Alfalfa. Sugar Beets. Enormus Crops. Sure Crops. Adjoining Calgary—the Chicago of Canada. Warmest Winter Climate East of Rocky Mountains and North of Kenturcky. $3 an Acre Down, i-ioa 6 i*er Cent. "Pay Out" any time. Average Acre Rise Miles for $15. MOTE—Telegraph. It saves time. Ten word* to us costs yoa ten cents, INTERSTATE LAND YOUR OPPORTUNITY IS BEYOND COMPREHENSION ki'ii 1 3 v Y \-r A maxrfttge license was Issued1 late las* evening to Edwin T. Reed, a pro feasor of the Moor head normal, and Mis® Ka&hrlne M. Hartw 11 of Fargo A note from Walter LXahl. who fin ished hia flrsrt year at Pennsylvania university, locates him at Atlantic City, where he is spending the turn mer in an enjoya/ble manner. The Scandinavian W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. E. M. Roberts, 1433 Fourth avenue south, Wednesday af ternoon at 3 o'clock. This is the an nual meeting of the union and officers will be elected. A attendance is desired. -*r. mm •J Wt WANT YOU ro KM TOOT OUR CELEBRATED THREE MILLION ACRE BLOCK i|[iiji n ,# Let the ads help you decide where to go. Year* zo Yearn $7.50 Years. First Two Crops Pay in Full for Your Land. Criss-Crossed by Railways. Big Towns, Brisk Markets, High Prices. You Need Not Become a British Citizen Own Our lands. Round Trip Tickets a Year lor Next $15 Lands Free, and help you make your selections. Our Excursions Leave Minot Every Satur day After Midnight. Buy Your Round Trip Ticket to Minot. From Minot to Calgary and Return to Minot You Travel on Qxkf We Show These k v WE DO THE LARGEST LAm BUSINESS IN THE NORTHWEST. MINOT. NORTH DAKOTA Jis .Rate STANLEV MITSE SOXtS The manufacturers of this Mitre Box have endeavored to place on the market a Mitre Box suitable for practical work, and, havir.g letted it thoroughly, are satisfied they have succeeded in doing so, and are placing this Mitre Bo* on the market, warranted io every respect. For Sale at Ratal! and Wholesale Hardware 67 Broadway, Fargo, JN. D. v ifin.liir'T" "1^ rr'T "h'-'u* Ifj-Y NOTICE TO CARPENTERS,'BIG FAIR OPENS IN FARGO- *. tf f_--, .. J, ,J One thing notable about the Inter state fair is the fact that when the gates opened this morning the show was complete. Everything was in place. With very few exceptions, and those in the minor departments, all the exhibits were in place and the early morning visitors found a complete and up-to-date exposition. All the shows and concessions housed in tents were ready for business when opening time came at 9:80. This morning at 8:10 o'clock a parade was held through the downtown districts of the city. Putnam's mili tary band of forty pieces, which will furnish music during the fair march ed down Broadway to the Waldorf hotel where a concert was given then countermarched to the the fair grounds. This is one of the finest bands that has been heard In the city for some time. Director Putnam has fully lived up to his reputation and has secured some of the beet musi cians in the country for the week of the fair. This band will be one of the fea tures. Two concerts daily at the va rious buildings on the grounds and a constant repertoire during the races will add materially to the festivities of the week. Protect Exhibitors of Swine. The experience of last year with Itog cholera will not be repeated during the Interstate fair. Last year a number of hog exhibitors lost their entire herds of hogs from cholera, which was con tracted at the state fair. Some Min nesota swine were brought to the ex ibition that were evidently exposed to cholera. During the exhibition they took down with the dread disease and the other swine contracted it. This year Dr. W. F. Crewe of Devils Lake, executive officer of the state vet erinary department, Is at the fair and all hogs that are not Immunized by the application of serum will be given the treatment. This guarantees abso lute immunity and will prevent the ex hibit hogs carrying home the malady. People E. 8. Daviea of Page Is in the city today. M. Mattheson til 4 *usin«M visitor from Beach. Mrs. S. W. Miller of Shelly. Minn., is visiting friends here today, James Parle and Pate Neary of Buf falo are here taking in the fair. Mrs. A. E. Jones is here from Lis bon and is visiting with friends. Geo. P. Gardner and wife of Dick inson are fair visitors this week. Dawremce Johnson, Bon of the late ex-Mayor Johnson, is in the c*ty. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Arneson of Bin ford are guests at the Metropole. Frank Reed came in from Bismarck last evening and is here to take in the fair. J. W. Morphjr of Valley City, arrived last night and la here to tiDce In the fair. Deputy Sheriff J. C. Ross of Cassel ton is a business viaitor in the city today. Among those from Minot to take in the fair are Wm. Btachler and A. W. Harley. Thos M. Major of Hope came In laat night and is spending the day the city. State Commls^ontr It P. Flint of Bismarck 1• here to take in the fair. W. H. Furlong the horse owner of Colgate, arrived last night to see the big show. J. M. Johnson is here from Sharon to see the biggest show ever held In the state. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Reed and Miss Cimntngham of Bianchard are guests at the Gardner. Mrs. C. A. Swan son and children have returned from a visit with her sister at Grand Forks. Miss C. McLennan of Amenla ar rived last night from that place and la a guest at the Prescott. Dr A. J. Heimark and C. M. Helge son of Finley came in last evening to see the big show this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brown of Amenta are guests at the Waldorf. They are here to take in the fair. Mrs. Patterson of the Patterson Mil linery Co. has returned from a delight ful visit with friends at Minnetonka. Oity Auditor N. C. M^rjyan arrived home this morning from the lakes, af ter spending Sunday vtth his family. Sam D. Felsing, a prominent ma chinery man and manufacturer of Crooks ton, 3# here to take in the In terstate fair. C. C. Ekler, H. C. Mullln, W. Rich ardson, A. Anderson, T. Samuelson and E. W. Parker arrived last night from Hanaford to take in the big show. Mrs. Stanley O'Neill, nee Eairagefh Darrow, erf Milwaukee, Is the guest of her parents. Dr. and Mrs. B. M. Dar row, o«n Eighth street south, having arrived Sunday svenimg. George Siefert, formerly editor of The Kindred Tribune, la spending the day in the city He has disposed of his Minnesota store and will again tackle the newspaper business. Editor Wellington Irysh, Hon. H. P. Jacobson, charlman of the republican county central committee of Hettinger county, and H. O. Pearce, county tr«-a.s urer of Hettinger county, all of whom nutke their homes «t Mott, arrived in %rI .«1 rn I THE FARGO FQircra DAILY REPUBLICAN TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 27, TYPICAL N. D. EXPOSITION (Continued from Pace One.) ___ This is of great interest to hog ex frotn every point T7 view. "The ex- j£S!'°a\fom« hibits are much better and the crowd Y8* should be larger. The only place we I ft? J? °f have fell down was on trafn service," need havTno®^^ said President Smith. 'That, how-1 .v hfve.n° a ever, is no fault of ours. We did the best we could under the circumstances. The great movement of people west has taken all the equipment of the railroads, and it was hard work to secure the special trains that we will have tomorrow and next day. How ever, the splendid fair that Is being presented will draw people anyway. They will come in on the regular trains and, if need be, spend 'two or more days at the exposition." 8how Complete This Morning. acc°unt th,s v,cin' thls year on of hog cholera as the apptl- cation of serum gives absolute protec tlon. Doctor Crewe has visited all of the expositions In the state for the pur pose erf taking these precautions. The Woman's Building. The women have undoubtedly taken exceptional Interest In the fair this year. This is made fully evident by the large and high class list of ex hibits that is shown in their building. It is in this structure that everything in the line of art, needle work and cul lnary art is shown. The art depart ment is exceptionally fine. Splendid pictures in oil, pastel, crayon and pen are large In number and arranged in a most attractive manner. The needle work and textile arts department is also very large and at tractive. Sofa cushions seem to be a leading display as a large number of the cozy corner beauties are exhibited. In the culinary department a fine line of pastry goodies, jellies, preserves fruits and other things of this line in which the women excell, make a most tempting show. It is a noticeeable fact that the men seem to be as much or more interested than the women themselves. Good Eating Places. One of the beauties of this fair Is the excellent facilities for taking ones meals at the grounds. It is a usual thing at fairs that the lunch counters are anything but attractive, but this cannot apply to the Interstate fair There are numerous places serving lunches and meals at a reasonable cost that are at once clean and set before the hungry person good food Some of these places are the booths erected and operated by the Broadway JMethodiet church and the Woman's kelief corps. These and numerous other places offer splendid advantages to persons wishing to spend the entire day at the grounds. Wireless Telegraph. The United Wireless Telegraph Co. has a booth at the fair in the admin istration building just opposite the pure food exhibit of the agricultural college. An attendant l8 in charge, who will distribute interesting book lets giving a full account of the devel opment of wireless telegraphy, and showing the benefits that have been and will be derived by civilization. What wireless means on 4and and sea the saving of lives and has been dem onstrated sufficiently, to show even the most obtuse that mankind cannot do without it. the city last evening 0M& af« guests at the Waldorf today. J. G. Brown of Walburg township is in the city today. Miss Fannie Miller of Winona Minn. Is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs Mi S. Mayo. Chairman Henry Larson of the drainage board la In the city today from Gardner. C. H. Stanley the popular attorney of Steele ia in the city to attend the Interstate fair Olaf Bjorke of AJbeperombl#, game warden for the southern hair of the state, arrived In the city this morning and is taking in the big show today. Business Jots Cook paints signs. Phone 925. Havte Knight Printing Co. print It Furnished rooms, gents. Duncan Blk. C. G, Anderson, upr.oistenng. Tel 171S-L A want ad. can lend a band TOOT hunt for a servant. Dr. J. L. Savage, surgeon «Ht phy sician, 606 Front street. The highest notch or good value— Dwlght's Golden Link flour. Hannaher 4k Schannach, job print ers, 629 N. P. avenue. Phone 1231. We do all kinas of good printing. Phone 1164-L. Ulsaker Bros.. 207 Bdw. Have you inspected the Knight Printing Co.'s stationery department? Steam heated rooms for $5 per month and up. x'weeden block, N. P. avenue, 7ariga Ladies and geutlemen, get your suits pressed and cleaned at Denis Fur Co., 206 Broadway. Fargo. The Misses Tonneaon Peterson have leased the Darrow horpital, and will conduct it under the name of the Moorhead hospitnl hereafter, doing a general hospital business and solicit ing all non-contagious patients. Es pecially equipped opera tin .• room*. Phone 180. v inter IVheat North Dakota Grown Saod FARGO SEED HOUSE Money on Hand to Loan on Improved Fargo City Property Reduced Rates Pargo Buiidiag Association Boom 4, Fargo National Bank Building INTERSTATE HORSE MARKET Huntoon Hoicomb it MORSES BOUGHT A.Nu SOLD Hfri'tc* CoMtaatly ui Haud tanraiilrcd to M« IEW A- H'UNTOON Moortifad, Minn, rt: 7'' \r M. HOLCOMB ftu-ao, N. o. Come Here!!! and get your prices on Lumber. fk»od grade, fair prices, square deal Interior Lumber Co. 1 v A 7 & .'t" !vv' V- ,^ TAFT'S KLiEST MAY BE IGNORED PRESIDENTS TELEGRAM ON SUB JECT OF CHINESE LOAN HAS NOT BEEN ACTED UPON. Peking, July 17.—The success of President Taft's telegram sent about a week ago to Prince Chun, the Chinese regent, with the purpose. It is under stood here, of tytmg the hands of the Grand Councillor Chang Chi Tung in the matter of American claim for equal participation In the Hankow-Sse Cheun railroad loan of $27,500,000, ap pears doubtful. The prince regent has, however, placed a serious interpretation on President Taft's message and has structed the Chinese foreign board to use every means In Its power to ar range the loan In accordance with Mr. Taft's wishes. The Chinese foreign board today Is unable to vouch for Chang Chi Tung's actions and fearg that he wMl memo rialixe the fnrone in favor of the origi nal loan agreement, thereby forcing the prince regent to decide between i himslf and the risk of losing Ameri can friendship. Follr*ving their unacceptable offer to America during the meetings of the International Bankers in London, when the European bankers offered to the American representatives a quarter of the Hupeh section of the loan, the British, German and French bankers here are using the American refusal for the purpose of putting the respon sibility for the failure- of a four-aided agreement on America, and with this object in view are adroitly pressing China through the German banks. The tripartite banks are taking full benefit of the influence that the Ger mans acquired over Shang Chi Tung by undermining the British and French hankers last March, when China ac cepted a German loan of $15,000,000 for the Yangtse section of the Canton Hankow railway, and are using it for the purpose of applying pressure to China's structural weakness. In view of this the result will be either the rejection of America's claim or the dismissal of Chang Chi Tung. Henry p. Fletcher, American charge d'affaires at Peking, today warned Sir John N. Jordan, the British minister at Peking, and also the British bank, that the American government will understand a continuation of pressure on Chang Chi Tung to mean that it is sanctioned by Great Britain. Big Alteration Sals At deLendrecIe's. Splendid reduc tions on seasonable ffoods. See ad on page 6. ADVANCE PRICE OF Rf. PP.0SUCTS STEEL AND WIRE MAKERS PUT DATE FORWARD FOR FIVE MONTH8. New York, July 27.—Notice of an advance of 12 a ton In wire products, to take effect Aug. 1, -want given today by the American Steel & Wire Co., a subsidiary of the United States Steel corporation. Several weeks ago this advance was announced to take effect the first of next year and contracts for In! One lot Hart-Parr Robinson Ruth RicWionil, Westcott *3.50 Discount. delivery after Jan. 1 were made on that basis. The date of the effectiveness of the advance Is now set forward by five months. It was also stated today that an ad vance in prices of steel bars, steel plates and struct-ural shapes probably would be made within the next fort night. VAUDEVILLE CIRCUIT PLANNED Million Dollar Company Saeurss Con. trol of Chain of Thsatres. New York. July 27.—Announcement was made here last night from the of fices of William Morris, inc.. that the newly organized William Morris Co., __ ... western, capitalized at $1,000,000, has for our new illustrated catalogue to secured control of a chain of theatres A. B. C., Fargo or Grand Forks. AiiteinoMIes CALL ON US AT THE FAIR GROUNDS OR VISIT US IN OUR 0FHCES AT 4 1 7 FRONT STREET FARuQ km WIMBLEDON NORTH DAKOTA -r'&r rzr i 113 Broadway, Fargo Big inducements For Fair Week Shoppers i Hats, Waists, Skirts, Un^rwear, Hosiery HATS to $6.00 Hats reduced to $ •iiilllta 1.50W sold at hatf price. Children's hats, caps sod bonnets at s bit* reduction. FANCY WHITE WAISTS We have just received a big line of Fancy Lawn Waists, worth $1.50, which we will add to our present stock and sell at the big reduction price of 98c. Alt better waists at our big reduction price One lot to be of UNDERWEAR All Ladies and Children's Muslin and Knit Undecwesf sod hosiery at bargain prices. Just received, a new shipment of the genuine Vegetable Silk Hose, which is the best wearing article on the market. Be Sure to Ask for the Genuine Veaetalaie Silk Hose* CORSETS Be sure to visit our Corset Department, where we are show ing all the new styles in several different makes, »uch Henderson and French Flexibone. SKIRTS One lot of Skirts, $5.00 to $15.00 values, to be sold at 25 per cent Discount. Remember, this reduction is made from prices. We Close Friday Noon—Fargo Day. 33% per cent i i as our regular low In the principal cities of the west, In cluding San Francisco, Denver, Salt Lake, Portland, Seattle, Vancouver, Helena, Butte and others and Imme diately will make them a vaudeville circuit. Headquarters of the western branches will be in San Francisco. WITH ATTY. AMES. Aaker's Business college had the pleasure of recommending a stenog rapher for the office of F. W. Ames, Mayvllle. Carl Larson secured the po-' sition and went to work yesterday. This lg the third request for office help from Mayvllle within the past few days, which shows the popularity of A. B. C. trained office help. Send Engines Separators Feeders •Lambert and •if I i 4 ,/'* V, T. 7'..