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ROADSTERS FIGHT TO Vine KEEP Continued From Pace On* the knowlingly receiving, carrying or delivery of Intoxicating liquors to or for any person within the state by common carriers to be sold as a beverage. The contention of the state is that under this constitutional pro vision and statutory enactments the importation of intoxicating liquors in to this state can be prohibited provid ed, of course, it is intended to be used in violation of any law in this state. Prior to the passage of the Webb law on March 1, 1913, the provision of the constitution and of our statues pro hibiting the importation of intoxicat ing liquors was inoperative for the reason that it would conflict with interstate commerce. The Webb law, 'however, divested intoxicating liquors A Savings Bank should be exactly what its name implies, A SAVINGS BANK. As such this bank is equipped for active, effic ient service. We conduct a live Savings Bank and can and will pay 5Per U Cent Interest ON ALL SAVINGS DEPOSITS WILL WELCOME YOUR ACCOUNT Northern Savings Bank Fargo, N. Dak. What Causes Diseases? Toxin or poisonous matter in the system causes more trouble and sick ness than all other causes combined you will naturally ask what caus es these poisonous matters in the system? The great cause Is constipa tion and not living according W natural laws and another cause sub luxation of the spine these causes can very easily be removed by the combined treatment of Chiropractic and Naturopathic. The spine is the nerve center and the Chiropractic adjustment will restore the spine to its natural position, and relieve the nerves of any impringment which may exist, and thereby giving them the full and natural force to control any part of the body, and the Naturopatlc treatment will re move the poison Xrom the system, tone up the nerves, regulate the cir culation and restore the system to its natural healthy condition. When this restoration has been completed, you cannot be sick, no matter what kind of disease you have been suffering from. This combination Of Chiropractic and Naturopathic, the best drugless treatment in the world, is practiced at the Nelson Sanitarium, 405 8th St., So, Fargo, N. JD. We cure where other# fail* Cqsj© ta SantWurtew «d4 ««t well. Bend for free booklet. THE FARGO FORUM to you before you buy. 320 N. P. Avenue Phone 1248 In our new location we are showing a complete line of Buicks. We want to demonstrate this JAMESTOWN, NORTH DAKOTA of their intcrcstate character, and the law reads as follows: "An act divesting intoxicating liquors of their interstate character In certain cases and shipment of liquor into the state in violation of any law thereof, prohibited. "That the shipment or transporta tion In any manner or by any means, whatsoever, of an spirituous, vinous, malted fermented or other intoxicating liquor of iny kind from one state, territory or district of the United States, which said spirituous, vinous, maited,. fermented or other Intoxicat ing liquors Is intended by any person Interested therein to be received, poss essed, sold or in any manner used either in the ordinary package or oth erwise, in violation of any law of such state, territory or district of the Unit ed States is hereby prohibited." It is then apparent that the prohibi tions against the importation of in toxicating liquor contained in the North Dakota constitution and In the hat Its Name I mphes rAJTI ,—Sixes TOURING CARS TRUCKS excellent car to utomobile Fargo, N. Dak. sections of the statute above referred to, have became operative and effec tive by reason of the passage of the Webb law divesting intoxicating liquor of its Interstate character. In other words, common carriers can no longer plead the interstate character of the shipment in defense to prosecutions instituted under such sections. The Webb law does not undertake to create or describe any offense against the laws of the state. It merely withdraws the protection heretofore afforded by the laws of the United States to cer tain specific articles of commerce and permits the state laws to become operative in all respects as to those articles. It is the theory of the state that under the Webb law it becomes the duties, under our constitution and statute, of every common carrier to ascertain before receiving, carrying or delivering intoxicating liquor from the place of sale into dry territory, whether or rot the liquor is intended to be used in violation of the law pre vailing in such dry territory, and the carrier receives such shipment at its peril and under an obligation to as sure itself of the use to which the same is to be put. Th affidavits in support of the ap plication for a temporary injunction filed with the state shows that the railroad company has for a long time, openly, persistently, continuously and knowlingly and without using due and proper diligence with good faith, to learn and ascertain the purpose for which such Intoxicating liquor was in tended to be received possessed or used by person interested therein, or without making any reasonable effort of any sort to obtain such informa tion, received carried and imported from the state of Minnesota exces sive and unusual quantities of liquor for importation into the state of North Dakota, and which liquor the defen dant railway company knew or ought to have known or would have known in the bona flde exercise of due dilig ence and In the performance of their duty under the law, was intended by the persons interested therein to be used and received in violation of the law of North Dakota. The prayer for relief in the action is substantially as follows: 1. That the acts and ommissions of the defendant corporation complained of, be adjudged to be and constitute a public nuisance and that the same may be in all things abated. 2. That the said defendant, Its of fioers, servants, agents and employes be perpetually and permanently re strained and enjoyed from In any manner knowingly, receiving, carrying or delivering, within the state of North Dakota, Intoxicating liquors to be us ed by any person or persons In viola tion of the law of North Dakota. 3. That the defendant, Northern Pacific Railway Co., and its officers, servants, agents and employes, be per petually and permanently" restrained and enjoined from receiving, carrying, transporting and delivering intoxicat ing liquors to certain persons men tioned, or to any other person unless the consignee of such intoxicating liquors or any other person interested therein first shows to the reasonable satisfaction of the defendant, its agents, officers, servants and em ployes, that the said intoxicating liquor is not intended to be received, possessed or used by the consignee thereof, or any other person Interested therein in violation of the law of the state of North Dakota. 4. That during the pendancy of this action, the defendant. Northern Pacific Railway company, its officers, agents, servants and employes, be restrained and enjoined by order of this court from doing any or all of the act* and things hereinbefore set out. Making Good Work Possible. As long as one is on his feet, he can work after a fashion, no matter how badly he feels. But you cannot do good work—have ambition and energy, feel that life Is worth living—with sluggish bowels or torpid liver. Foley Cathartic Tablets do away with that drowsy, dull, tired feeling. They never gripe or cause nausea. They're whole some, cleansing and healthful. Most satisfactory for stout persons. Fout & Porterfleld.—Ajlvt. For quick results us* Fargo Jtottm Want Columns. f&B Bfafl DAILY REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY EVENING, 'APRIL' 17, 1913. HAY NOT PAVE SOME INDICATION THAT COM MISSIONERS OF THE CITY WILL INDEFINITELY POSTPONE THE PR0P08C0 PAVING IN THAT WARD, Yesterday afternoon, at its adjourn ed session the city board of commis sioners, did not* let the contract on the Seventh ward paving and ad journment was taken to Tuesday morning when the proposition will be brought up again. Adjournment was taken In the hope that a full board would be present at that time as It is thought by some that President Emery, who Is out of town, would re turn by that time. After letting the contracts yester day morning for the paving in the First and Fifth wards, the commis sion adjourned to 2:30 o'clock in or der to give the city engineer a chance to figure up the proportion of people of the Seventh ward district, who are liable to assessment for the paving, represented on the single petition fil ed, asking that concrete paving be put In. After the commissioners had declar ed a necessity for paving in the Seventh ward district there was quite a strenuous protest filed. The com mission held that the protest was not well taken and advertised for bids on the work, The city engineer found yesterday that there was about 60 per cent of the foot frontage, which is liable to be assessed for the paving, isigned up for the concrete, but it was made known to the commissioners from other sources that many don't want the paving this year but decided that if they were going to have the pave ment they wanted the concrete as so signed for it. The commissioners are held to have the power to let this contract regard less of this fact, but whether they will do so or not is a matter that is undecided at this time and will not be decided until the meeting next Tuesday, when in all liklihood, the proposition will be settled one way or tlr1 ether, HINDAKS ENJOY SOCIAL TIME LOCAL MOTORCYCLE CLUB EN GINEERED A MOST SUCCESS FUL SOCIAL AT THE ASSEMBLY HALLS LA8T NIGHT—OVER SO COUPLES IN ATTENDANCE. Th* Mlndak Motorcycle club was host to over fifty couples at joint dance and social at the Assembly hails last night. The entertainment started at shortly after 9 o'clock and con tinued until a late hour This was the last of the social affairs of the season Dancing occupied the larger part of the evening and with the excellent music furnished by Cliff's union or chestra, the guests enjoyed themselves to the limit. At 12 o'clock light re freshments consisting of ice cream and cake were served. Many who did not car® to dance interested themselves in other ways in the club rooms of the organization. Previous to the entertainment, at 7:30 o'clock, a short business meeting was held by the club and many mat ters concerning the summer program were taken up and discussed. A com mittee was appointed to arrange for the summer tours and to make plans for a large outdoor gathering to be held this summer. The club will give up Its rooms next Sunday evening and they will remain closed until next fall. SPECIAL SERVICES SUNDAY 8pecial Arrangements Being Mad# For Salvation Army Meetings Tomorrow. The public is invited to come and hear Captain Buyer in his big talk at the Salvation army hall tomorrow. He will speak on a special subject, One is Too Many and Two is Not Enough. Three big meetings will be held, one at 11 o'clock In the morning, one at 3 o'clock in the afternoon and the third at 8 o'clock in the evening. Tonight Lieut. Smead and Cadet Rendall, assisted by the band, will be in charge of the services. CONING EVENTS Tuesday, April 20. Election of members to ucation. board of ed Tuesday, May 11. .. Annual convention of North Dakota Dentists. Tuesday, May 11. North Dakota Dental association convention. Wednesday, May IS. North Dakota Dental association convention. Wednesday, May 13, Annual convention of North Dakota Dentists. Monday, May 31. temple. Scottish temple. Kite reunion at Masonic Scottish Tuesday, June 1. Rite reunion at Masonic Wednesday, June S. Scottish Rite reunion at Masonlo temple. Thaiaday, June 8& Scottish Rits reunion at Masonlo temple. Sunday, June 13. Twenty-fifth annual reunion of Knights Of Pythias of state. Tueaday, July 27. Inter-state Fair and Racing meet, Wednesday, July 28. Inter-state Fair and Racing moat, Thursday, July i!8. Inter-statf Fair and Racing meet, Friday, July 30. Inter-state Fair and Racing meet, Saturday, July 31. Inter-state Fair and Racing m*M| NOTICE TO CONTESTANTS. The casting of votes in The For um Universal Beauty contest will end on the afternoon of Monday May 10 at 6 p. m. but in a spirit of fairness to out of town contest ants all ballotts mailed before 6 p. m. of May 10, will be placed In the ballot box and counted for the contestants. The envelope con taining the ballots must bear post mark showing it was placed in the postofflco before 6 p. m. of the day contest closes. The results of the contest will be announced In the issue of The Forum of May 18. The ballot box is now open for the casting of ballots at the Broadway pharmacy and it will not be open ed until the contest is over. No cne will know how the contestants stand until anonunced on May 13. CLIP THE COUPON EVERY DAT AND VOTE FOR .THE .LADY YOU THINK IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL. St I First-Class Cars Two things are certain: If you buy a class car you will want a JLight Six, the latest and coming type. Your first choice will be Hudson. Hudson—the Ideal Hudson stands out as the class ear in Light Sixes. Its supremacy appears at a glance. It shows in beauty, finish, luxury and refine ment. It shows in lightness—2870 pounds. It shows in every part of the chassis. Hudson is designed by Howard E. Coffin, who created the Light Six type. It marks his latest ach ievement. This Hudson model ii ft four year result. Two years were spent on it before it appeared. Two years have been spent in refining it. Hudson is built by the leading builder of class cars. Its prestige gives it permanent value. A year after buying the Hudson will be worth more than any other car in its class. 12,000 Road Tests But the greatest fact is that Hudson is known to be free from mistakes. "FINGER TIP" Office Systems For sale by Hannaher & Schannach lOB PRINTERS Look over our line of wall paper be fore placing your order. Also a large line of paints, brushes, varnishes and mouldings and we give H. & S. green trading stamps. F!red Johnson Co., Fifth street north, next to Forum building.—Advt. w Jewelry e i o n a 7"E arc featuring en- v w w gagement rings tins month, because June tie month of wedding bells and orange blossoms it not very o far twiy. Diamonds, mounted in plati num, are now at tbe beigbt of fashion, and we are able to furnish the very latest styles and effects. If desired, special designs may be made on short noticjf» You are invited to etll and iaapcot our offeria^. en- '•i Light Six 7-Passenger Phaeton 3-Passenger Roadster in They always run out, as you know. Last year, many Hudson enthus iasts had to take second choice. Thousands waited weeks for delivery. This spring, despite trebled output, there will be more delays. Choose your car now, whatever class you are seeking. The leading car has more orders than cars each spring. SCHAS AUTO COMPANY Next to Gardner Hotel PHONE 1430 I HOW MUCH WILD OATS ARE YOU GOING TO SOW THIS YEAR? Th* Hoaa of the year Is now at hand when you havo probably fanned up all your seed grain through an or dinary fanning mill or grater, yet you are not satisfied, for there are more or less wild oats in the wheat, barley, and oats. Have you ever stop ped to realize thc damage wild oats is to your seed grain. Even If you only find one in every other handful, that Is enough to plant one seed to every square rod, and this will, in another year, disease your whole field. Do you know of any other better in vestment than to invest in one of these machines ,which greatly In creases the value of your crop. Some might form the opinion that they have not the ready money. Your banker will be only too glad to loan you twenty-eight dollars for an in vestment of that kind, as it means a step forward in better farming. You will ask yourself, "Have I the time to put my seed grain through this separator?" We know that dur ing the early spring theTe are sev eral forenoons when we have heavy frosts, and your men are drawing their regular wages and you are wondering what you are going to have them to do in order to make them earn their salaries. We fee] that on occasion# of Jhl3 kind the SEPARA TOR could be used to good advantage. Will you not Hgree with me that no investment on the farm pays as well? If you stop to figure profit and loss, you will not hesitate a moment about mailing me a check for three or five dollars, which would be a deposit on a twenty-eight dollar SEPARATOR, which we ship C. O. D. to your stat ion. If you think the expenditure is too large for one man to make, take the matter up with your neighbor friends, as we have found in our past experience that thiB plan works out successfully, ALBERT HOFLAND, Manufacturer and distributor, Fargo, N. JD. Proposals Wanted. Sealed bids will be received by tha Fargo Baseball Committee at the of fice of the Dakota Trust GoTnpany up to 4 P. M. Wednesday, April 21st, for the granting of the score card privi lege and the refreshment, soft drink, cigar, cushion, fan, and other privi leges for the season of 1915. Said privileges will be sold to include all auch rights in the Moorhead grounds where all the games are to be played. The Score Card privilege to' be sold separately from the other privileges which will all be sold together. The Committee reserves the right to reject any and all bids. All bids must he ac companied by a certified check equal U JLO per cent of amount of bid. Fargo Base Ball Committee. By B. V. Moore, Treas. (April 14-17-20.) Russia ha* 137 central electric sta tions, aerving nearly ^LB.OOO.OOO par sons. For quick results uae Fargo Forum I WinS Sfiluffiiii, Sp the Over 12,(WO Lfelit Six Httfteons are running. In twelve thousand hands thev have covered at least 30 million miles. Tou know this car is staunch. You know that it hides not a weak ness or error. 'Any owner around you will tell you. Remember that the Light Six involves a new-type motor. Weight-saving has required chana^ es in every part. Now materials were necessary, special steels, much aluminum. It saves half on tire cost and fuel over old-time Sixes. But, like any new type, it must prove itself fault less. Hudson has done that. In an other year other Light Sixes may have given proof of their staunch ness. But today the Hudson is, by all odds, the safest investment in this type. Prove these facts, now, while the cor can be promptly delivered. 7-Pas»enger Phaeton or 3-Passangar Road ster, $1550, f. o. b., Detroit. HUDSON MOTOR CAR CO., Detroit, Midi. With pvery Hudson goes the exceptional Hudson service. Let us explain how we keep these cars In tuDe. Make Newport Beach Your Summer Nome On Big Pelican Lake, and Detroit Waterway and Boat Line, near Pelican Inn. Large Lot with Two-room Cottage, $440.00. $150.00 down for possession. Ideal for a group of Fargo peo ple. LET US 8ENP YOU BOOKLET. John K. West, Detroit, Minn. Records-Buhler, Pioneer Building, St. Paul, Minn. 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