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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, December 17, 1912, Image 3

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Sons of Norway
Boil ding
KHSSICK BUSY
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KXPBCTS TO MEET JACK BEACH iJf
THIS SECTION IN NEAR FUTURE—
ALSO MORRIS—MAY GET ON WITH
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AFRO AND MclNTYRBS AGAIN
AND WILL BE KEPT BUSY.
Leo Kossick expects to have at least
two boxing contests in this, section be
fore he returns to Canada during the
middle of next month.
He is matched to meet Jack Beach,
the well known light weight in this
city during the present month and
there is talk of having Billy Morris
come here also during tne month.
Yesterday Kossick received a letter
from a promoter in Minneapolis which
contained an offer of a bout with L.abe
Safro, and he will likely accept, al
though Safro he thinks will weigh
many pounds more than the local boy.
Kossick has written the twin cities
promoter to the effect that if SaYro will
make even 140 he will meet him, and ht
expects to clinch the match.
Kossick expects to meet an un
known in Saskatoon during January
and there is prospect of his obtaining
a match with Mickey Mclntyre about
the latter part of the month. These
two boxers have met three times, each
getting a decision and the third time
there was a draw. Leo expects to have
plenty of work during the year 1913
and says that he will invade the east
before the summer months draw near.
Mast Play Alone.
Ithaca, K. Y„ Dec. 17.—The athletic
eotmetl at Sage college has decreed that
the women students at Cornell cannot
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Christmas Cigars
Pipes and Smokers' Articles
Our Cigar Stock is as complete as can be found in the city
and we are able to fill orders for any particular
brand of cigars in any quantity for Holiday
trade. A Box of Cigars makes a good gift
College and Lodge Pennants
Beautiful pennants of the N. I). A. C., Fargo College, Fargo High School, The Sons of NbrwAy, I.
N. A., Red Men, Elks, Moose, K. C„ Modern Woodmen. Masons, and many others. These are pefinants of
fine quality at reasonable prices.
Don't overlook our stock of MEERSCHAUM PIPES, CALABASH PIPES,1: and FRENCH BRIARS,
ETC., TOBACCO POUCHES AND StyOKERSVNOVELTIES.
We have just received & Special Shipment of fresh Holiday Box tile ChHstmas'trade.
play basketball with other colleges. Dr.
Esther Parker, the woman's medical
advisor, safd today that the nervous
strain is too great. Basketball is the
most violent form of exercise, next to
rowing, in the girl's college, she Says,
and she will permit the game between
Ideal classes only.
FLYNN MAKES EXCUSES
Bffir Says He Could Have Finished Oar
Luck McCarthy.
Albuquerque, N. M.. Dec. 17.—Jim
Flynn, the Pueblo fireman, who lost In
his fight with Luther McCarty at Ver
non. Cal., on Dec. 10, passed through
here today on his way to New York to
take a rest cure.
Flynn declared he had been promised
a match with the winner of the Mc
Carty-Palzer battle on New Year's day.
He picks Palzer to win.
"I would have whipped McCarty if
they had not stopped our fight," ho
said. "I was letting him wear himself
out and then intended to go in arid
finish him."
TO HOLD REGATTA
Harvard and Cornell Come To
Agreement For May 32.
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Ithaca, N. Y., Dec. 17.—It was an
nounced today by Graduate Manager
Geekent of Cornell university that the
Harvard and Cornell varsity and fresh
men crews would be opponents in a
regatta on Cayuga lake on May 22. This
dispels a request that the race be held
elsewhere. Geekent also stated that
Princeton would not take part in the
race here.
New Hair Treatment.
We now carry the new discovery
for the hair, Meritol Hair Tonic, com
pounded by the American Drug and
Press Association. We will be pieased
to have our customers give it a trial.
We are authorized to guarantee it by
the association, to which we belong.
Central Drug Store, 66 Broadway,
Fargo, exclusive agents. —Advt.
An
added
pleasure
for
smoker*
of
V
Here is a smoke with the real, genuine to*
bacco taste that beats all artificial tastes.
Every grain of it is pure, clean tobacco.
Tucked into a pipe, or rolled into a cigarette*
it makes a delightful smoke.
If you have not smoked Duke's Mixture, made bf
Liggett & Myers at Durham, N. C., try it now.
In addition to one
atld a half
ounccs of fine Virginia
and North Carolina leaf, with each 5c 6aek of Duke's
Mixture you now get a book of cigarette papers free
A Free Present Coupon
These coupons are good for hundreds of valuable
presents. There are shaving sets, jewelry, cut glass, base
balls, tennis racquets, talking machines, furniture, cam*
CXas, and dosens of other articles suitable for every memtjer
of the family—each of them well
worth saving the coupons fori
As
n
Rpcciil offer,
THE YEAR ROUND
THE CANS TALK IN THIS WINTER
TIMES, WHEN THKY CANNOT
PLAY, WHILE FOOTBALL HAS ITS
FLEETING INNINGS AND THEN
PASSES AWAY UNTIL NEAT YEAR.
Football has had its short reign In
the field of sport, basketball, bowling
and other winter pastimes arc now at
tracting attention in different parts of
the country and the boxers are rather
busy in a good many places, but one
can't get away from the fact that base
ball, even though the players have
been in -retirement for some time, still
commands the attention of the big ma
jority of the sporting world. It's noth
ing short of wonderful tiie hold this
great pastime has on the American
public. It seems but a few weeks since
the playing of the world's series, and
yet the big league clubs will be hiking
for the sunny south in a little more
than two months. But even while the
diamond stars are resting the public
has to be kept in touch with their
movements and when the magnates get
a little peevish at the attention attract
ed by the players, they break in with
war talk, trade gab and all the other
indoor amusements known to elub own-
All of the other branches of athletles
each yeai, but baseball is the only
sport which attracts its devotees every
day in the ear. And its devotees
greatly outnumber those of all the oth
ers combined. That's why they call
the diamond pastime the great Amer
ican game.
THEY HAVE SPLIT
White-and Hie Manager Are Now" do
ing It Each Alone.
erJ]{'s
t0
VVH »nrt'SCOJe!ni
f'ures
during
November and December
only, we tvili send out
new illustrated cata*
logue of these presents
FREE* Just send as you
name and address an a
postal.^
Gstrp-ims frm'TfaWs 9f?xf«r, map
fn v:rted with tags ft em
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HORSE
SHOE. J. T„ TfNSJJEY'S NA
TURAL LEAF. GRANGER
TWIST,
(ovptmr fro*n
FOUR
KOSES iinubir:
HCK. PLUG CUT, FiED*
MONT CIGARETTES. CUX
CIGARETTES,
and other
tugs or coupons iittted fat «l»
Address—Premium Dopt*
sr., mm, mo.
THE, FARO0 FCfettJM AND -DAILY BE^UBLICAN, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17, 1912.
"r*es^ i'AMltlS
FII1LIGN TRADE
s.
North Dakota
BASEBALL GAME
ers. If any one has ever Had an idea ^"spvpiith'"wHh""riThe
that baseball is losing its popularity
he has only to look at the sporting
pages of the different papers in all
parts of the country and he will find
that baseball takes up more space than
any of the other sports, even when the
latter are in their active staee.
SERVICE WILL GIVE IMPETUS TO
EXPORT BUSINESS OF AMERI
CAN R-ETAILERS—WILL AD-
VANCE EXPORT TRADE OF
SMALL BUSINESS MEN.
A new entry to additional foreign
trade Is to be afforded mail order mer
chants of the United States through
the parcels post system which be
comes available Jan. 1, 191U. While
the parcels post plan provides speci
fied and conservative rates only to
points within the territory, of the
United States, merchandise may be
sent to foreign countries at rates
amounting to the domestic parcels
post charges to the national bound
ary plus the necessary foreign postage.
In no instance will the transportation
charges on packages not exceeding
eleven pounds in weight be exorbitant.
Such charges will be found so conser
vative, in fact, that international dis
tribution of merchandise in small lots
by parcels post will afford practical
and probable delivery to bordering
countries and practically every dis
trict of the European continent.
Good for Sample Carrying.
Especially will this international
parcels post plan be found advantage
ous to the general distribution of
samples. Exporting houses that now
are required to supply samples of
goods to patrons in foreign countries
by express may deliver them' more
cheaply and probably with greater
dispatch by mail when the parcels
post service Is inaugurated. Small for
eign orders or orders that may be
broken into eleven pound lots, may be
delivered by means of the new fed
eral delivery system with identical ad
vantages. It is conceded among
merchants that all specialties must be
advertised, must be sampled by the
purchaser before he will buy, and the
producer must bear the expense of in
troducing his specialty and of render
ing it a staple in the market. It Is
because the parcels post directly will
make possiDle for American mer
chants the introduction of his wares
in foreign lands that the new delivery
system is to open to the United States
an unprecedented and limitless terri
tory of trade now enjoyed by but a
comparatively few of the most agres
sive and affluent retailing establish
ments of the country.
U. 8. Is Seventh.
According to statistics of the inter
national bureau of the Universal Post
al union, the United Stattes stands sev
enth in the graduated list of countries
graded according to the volume of
their foreign trade by parcels post. The
uncomplimentary condition now may
be attributed to the tact that United
States merchants have not had the ad
vantage of a domestic parcels post,
but after Jan. 1, Americans may
seftk broader markets for their pro
ducts and do so with comparatively
slight expense, by means o£ the new
system of federal delivery.
Austria, with 16,321,220 parcels valu
ed at $124,818,000, exported by post in
1909, heads the list in the comparative
parcels post exporting scale. Germany,
with 15,840,127 parcels of stated value
amounting to 136,265,000, is second.
France is third with 5,45o,780 parcels
valued at $37,689,000. Next comes Great
Britain with 2.706.8S!) packages for the
year, worth $25,000,000. Then Hungary,
with 3, 668,117 packages valued at $!,
764,000. Switzerland is sixth with 1,
712,5:15 packages worth $18,366,000 dis
patched by parcels post.. United
.. convention of 1887 with Mexico tirst
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of thess diseases. It is most
bSI effectual and is pleasant and safe to
jg|j take. T"or sale by all dealers. —Advt
r/?Rn
18 stAentn
with 61^,260 pack-
v!l
-iiiivoro/f 'nr
es of unstated value delivered to for
eign countries by mail in 1911.
Up to 1887 it was unlawful to ex
change salable merchaidise by mail
between the United States and any
foreign country. The parcels post
*u ?s infringed upon this express com-
rTianrt,r,0re
hut
Jack White, the Chicago feather-• States to European countries
fixed as follows: two and a
weight, and his, manager, Fred Gil-[fixed as follows: two and a half
pr more, have split. The break-up occur- pounds to Norway, 36 cents four and
'8s lu the present month. Nelth-
mandment, but no other important
parcels post convention followed un
til 1899, when President McKinley es
tablished the first European parcels
post convention with Europe—that
with Germany. As a result of these
and subsequent agreements pertain
ing to international exchange of sal
able merchandise by post, post charges
for goods of common weight limited
to eleven pounds from the United
a
^ay- ,' seven pounds to Italy, 84 cents eleven
developed pOUnds to Great Britain, $1.32 eleven
vvnlte, ana secured several jrood i' o.. V..*
matches for him. White will now do: P°unJ®
to
his own business, and is negotiating, t'u'se European countries to the United
with Harry G. .Gamble of the Exchange, States for parcels of similar weight
A. C., Akron, O., for a match with were: From Norway. 16 cents from
Johnny Griffiths, to be held on New Germany, 33 cents from Italy, 39
Year's day. The club has offered White! cents from Great Britain 55 cents
25 per cent, but thu fighter wants
percent..
3o
iberlain's Cough Remedy is intended
especially for coughs and colds, and
i has won a wide reputation by its
POST OF THE SIERRAS
i
Joaquin Mll)er still .writing poetry Although ovet 70 yoars of ag*
1
were
half pounds to Germany, 69 cents
$1-3^. Rates from
Great Britain 79 cents from Italy, 79
cents, respectively.
By the new United States parcels
post system and scale of. charges it
announced that exportation of
How to Bankruot the Doctor*
A prominent New York physician' is
says. "If it were not for the thin stock- gooda by mail will be about as ecd
ings and thin soled shoes worn byinomical to local exporters as have
women tho doctors would probably be been importations into the United
bankrupt." When you contract a cold I States of foreign goods by foreign
do not wait for it to develop into! mercants, through parcels post,
n e u o n i a u e a i a o n e a
Those holding invitations 'to the
Modern Woodmen degree team danc
ing party Wednesday evening in
Pirie's hall are all assured of a most
enjoyable evening. Cliff's union or
chestra will furnish the music.—Advt.
LlkiiilldliliLi:
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Flat Iron*
Disc Stoves
Chafing Dtahea
I'oaatera
Percolators
il
:*s 4ft 1
For Father, Brother or Hubby
COMBINATION SHAVING SETS
MUG, MIRROR AND BRUSH
MILITARY BRUSHES
MANICURE SETS
TRAVELING CASES.
SMOKERS' SETS
TOBACCO JARS
ASH TRAYS
SHAVING MIRRORS
SAFETY RAZORS
61 BROADWAY, FARGO
HEIRESSES WOULD FARM.
Miss Morton and Miss Armour Are
Quick at Solving Problems, Too.
New York American: Miss Helen
Morton, heiress of millions and pos
sessor of 'greatly coveted social assets,
desires to be a farmer—at least for a
while. Daughter of Mark Morton,
niece of Joy Morton, both multimil
lionaires, grand daughter of J. Sterling
Morton, of President Cleveland's cab
inet, she finds that there is nothine
quite so interesting as the problem of
Prices $2.60 to

You can send the name to me at
fi i§
Displaying sensible ^ifts for discriminating: men and women.
Gifts that are sure to appeal by their appropriateness
and their moderate cost
Fout & Porterficld
making things grow.
That is why she is taking a course in
agriculture at the University of Wis
consin. Her chum at college, Miss
Mary Armour of Kansas City, niece of
J. Ogden Armour, Is taking the same
course.
Fellow students at the university de
clare that Miss Morton and Miss Ar
mour have shown wonderfully quick
.undertsanding of the farming prob
lems placed before the class.
"Give either one of those girls fifty
acres nnd a team of horses, and they
wouldn't need to bother with the for­
An Kilectrical Gift will delight the
recipient now and will be a lasting re
minder of your Rood taste and Judg
ment. Your friends who enjoy th
convenience of Electric Light in then
homes will be delighted with any one of
the following list of attractive and
useful electrical appliances. If you
wish to make a distinctive gift this
Christmas, you really should aend
Gift Electrical.
Electrical Gift Suggestions:
urllng Iron*
KKg Boiler*
rn Kettle*
umlnouN Hadiatora
Vacuum Clranen
I leur -Lighter*
100.t0
Purchase from us or any electrical supply dealer
TELEPHONE 14.
Will you spend $1.00 to assist in giving some poor
child of Fargo or Moorhead a Merry Christmas?
you will, clip and mail the coupon to the Forum
now. The name of the child you are to care for will be
sent you.
If you do not care to purchase the present yourself send
the money you will be willing to spend and a committee of
ladies will purchase the present for you, and see that some
child will be made happy.
GOOD FELLOW COUPON
children and buy a present for the Good Fellows, Christmas tree.
Clip and mail this coupon today to i
SANTA CLAUS, Care of Forum.
V
MANICURE SETS
MANICURE GOODS
STAND MIRRORS
HAND MIRRORS
TOILET ARTICLES
THERMOS BOTTLES
GUNTHER'S CELEBRATED
CANDIES
Miavlnir Mlrrora
llewk Lamps
Library
I'laao Lamps
Floor Lanpi
S
UfUl^iiii
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•v* -M mm
For Mother or the Girls
PERFUMES FROM ALL THE LOAD
ING MANUKA CTU RERS.
BRUSH AND COMB SETS
PHONE 441
tunes they are going to inherit," said
a male member of the class. "If 1 had
to select a foreman for farm I'd
rather have one of those girls than
any man 1 know."
Curod of Liver Complaint.
"I was suffering with liver com
plaint," says Iva Smith of Point
Blank, Texas, "and decided to try a
25c box of Chamberlain's Tablets, and
and am happy to say that I am com
pletely cured and can recommend them
to every one." For sale by all dealers.
—Advt.
lU i ii' •ni.tyiiii'iiH'Tii
?&
care for-
..iaiLiiii^Street
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