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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, November 06, 1903, Image 5

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ilea sine*
Lifht rain or snow
over the
Jake-region Riid eastward to the Atlutio coast,
«ndTrAm Is. this moraine at Portland.
jDru,v *nd Spokane,and snow at Milwaukee and
ra«Hvf ami DUUW mmwhuaw »UU
Chicago forecast: Fair tonight and Satnr
fr ^flay rising temperature
|p. My 8c P. glpves. v^
Cook paints signs, 'phone 995. •,
Bank clearing house transactions to
|iay amoimted to $138^7.
Aids d1gettloli"W*slilagtod lirvtag
titar between uteals.
,h To properly realize the immensity of
|jthe floor space comprised in the four
Stories itd basement of the new Robb
'^|Lawrerieek'-touildihg requires a complete
'iSour of the whole interior. The ijiain
|r office floor is a vriry fine room and
viWitt be admirable fpr the display of the
targe line of manufacturer's. samples
wliich the firpt will have to exhibit. The
Contractor has a big force of men
ivork putting Up the finishings arid Jigfr
ing floori. arid the- elevator nwn h^J,
the" work of
pearly $
ing th*
i I
We Will Give Away Free
300 Munsing Underwear
.Dolls' Silk Shirts...*,..
bring her Doll and come with her mother or some other grown
up person to our UUNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT (Saturday) morn
ing bright and early. We expect to see more little girls and
more pretty dolls than any one in Fargo ever saw before. We. have,
only 300 Shirts, and may have to disappoint those who come late!^^^
Special Opening Sale°r Underwear
We have the largest and best assorted stock of low, medium and high priced Underwear ever dis
played in our store, and intend to make prices that will sell the goods early in the season. If you
want Warm, Comfortable, Satisfactory Underwear that is reasonable in price, it will pay you to in
vestigate our stock. We have all kinds and can please the most fastidious, and at prices that will suit
every pocketbook. Buy early while our assortment of sizes is complete. Sale commences Saturday
morning. We are.going to make this store headquarters for Underwear, because our goods and prices
Underwear Bargains.
The Jlunsing is one of the most popu
lar lines of Union 5uits made. Comfort,
durability, appearance and price all
points in their favor.
Women's—Women's Munsing Mercerized Union
Suits in white, blue and flesh color. gQ
Excellent value at
Union Suit is very
iujh between the light and Very
heavy ............
$1.50 buys a heavy Winter weight wool plate Suit
—an excellent Munsing-made garment.
Vests and Pants—Munsing heavy wool .plate
Vests and Pants, $1.00. Still heav- 4" Bgdk
ierones flaOU
Children's The Munsing Suits for children,
fleeced, open front, with drop Mg
Full Line Men's Munsing Union Suits.
Special Prices Saturday on all Children's Cfoaks
two wholesale firms which aire to oc
cupy the building.
D. & P. gloves are best ttfade.
l* ,j ?^ant Chinese sacred lilies now—
Mianeiota^ ^shipment just reed. Shotwell 6c Graver.
John Regan wishes to notify the pub
lic that orders left with Ed Norton,
grocer, .Front Street, or 'phone 555M
for chimneys to be cleaned, will receive
prompt attention.
our saoaitiTe camera
iil of the Xaby smilei
on oar Oroaa Ormin
the latest finish and
reasonable and
the batmn fi*a vs. i
PhOM 664L. N. P. AvMU#.
One pl^ft) dryrik occupied^ the atten
tion of Judge Gtarey in city court this
morning. The f^low entered a -plea
of guilty, but the passage of sentence
was deferred until the arresting officer
could |be present and give information
in regard to the fellow's actions
Money to: ioiiiK 00 valley land# or
Fargo City pfoiperty at a low rate o(f
i1 N
e light weight wool plate Munsing
is very popular, being ahappy mea-
Another—The next Munsing suit in heavy winter
weight, is an excellent bargain g% g%
at our price JmadmO
Heavy Cotton—Our heavy ribbed cotton suits,
doliDie fleeced, open across should-
ers. Special .,
fteel ^atiite ior $flle
were wkh-*
jvhich hav(s riot yet been fitt
•Against the wintry blasts, ereat^l
and there is a brisk demand at the pre
vailing price,
a tori,
Oet Pocahontas Smoketes Coal at
Interior Lumber Co.'s.
The choir of Gethsemane Cathedral
.will meet for regular weekly rehearsal
this evening at 8 o'clock.
"John, put on you nighty ajid go to
bed. I bought a new one for you today
at Moy & Kennedy's." ',*
Several pedestrians on Bfoadwayto
day called attention to the ciareless Way
in which awning ropes are allowed to
hang. There were several instances
where the -ropes were in loops and re
sulted in catching people, Ity the head
gear. It may be fun jfor some cleffe to
see the hats of pass^rsbjy kpocked |ff,
but it is not profitable for the proprie
tor of the store. v
Dealr Burleson has r^e|f|d a letter
svine at Wahpeton, who at
Young after his hold-up
ago, between
where friends have invited him to stay awaited anxiously
for awhile until he is fully recovered. cueists,
Have Knight Printing Co. print it I
Gentlemen wear D. St P. gloves.
rLICKERTAfL, Cigar pleases
every one. A io-cent smoke for 5c,
W. A. Scott is out* after being shtft
in by illness for a few days.
Ex-Mayor Johnson is threatened
with an attack of- appendicitis.
See the Doyle bath room heater, light
little, vitally effective, cost $^.So ».W»
D. Prescott, Keeney Block.
House of 11 rooms bath, 2 toilets, hot
air furnace, 32 electric lights, barn for 8
horses. Fine corner 3 lots. Possession
2®c-!• Will lease for one or two ye&rs.
*0.00 per month.
W. J. Lane, Smith Block,
Rev. Hayworth will on Sunday even
ing preach the second of a course of
sermons, on "Christ in Modern Life."
He will end with Christ's View of the
Anyone wanting an electric door bell
or nameplate, call on or send postal
card to Edward Carlson, New Fargo
ouse, city.
Especially equipped for the rapid
transfer of all effects.
Office with W. P. Morris Store, Front
Ottice 'Phone 387. House 9Q6.
In county court this morning Judge
Hanson granted the petition of the ad
ministrator of the late William Carnine
certain real estate and an order
.was made by the court to that effect.
Everhart & Co. has had more sample
trunks and cases made to order by Mon
son, the trunk mah, than all other
wholesalers combined. They believe in
patronizihjg home industry.
Do you feel mean, tired, fagged out,
all run down, no life? Why not take
Rocky Mountain Tea? Makes you
well and keeps you well.
cents. Fout
& Porterfield.
This nooh Mrs.' C. F. Eggert found
a small gold pin and immediately
'phoned The -'Forum to advertise it.
Before the announcement was even
written Mis9 Bee Burt called to offer
a reward for the same pin. It 'was
found without even printing the notice.
The local offices of the Germania Life
Insurance Co. have been moved into the
ne,w hard wood finished rooms on the
second floor of the Edwards Building,
where Manager Treat and his force of
assistants are now receiving callers—
r^ms 9-10-11-12.
vnWe Spend our Vears as a tile thai
ifclold." Tell a goood story of the
best Lumber, Lath, Shingles and Fine
finish bought at the
The Valley Lumber Company's Yards
No. 122 N. P. Ave. 'Phone 248.
... jA-builder stated today that negotia
tiding, are pending which may result in
a {building which will supply a number
bfj office rooms, of a certain kind, of
which there is said to be a shortage. In
this" connection it is stated that an auto
mobile concern is looking for ware
house and show rooms. i
is. .*
In medical circles a ramo^is: fefloat
that there is to be an addition of two
to the list of physicians and surgeons in
Fargo, and that the new comers are to
make a specialty in surgery. Who they
are and where they*are to come from
does not seem to be known, but it has
leaked out that enquiries have been
made for desirable office locations.
(Secretary Phelps of the Commercial
Club received three very fine pictures
this morning from the passenger de
partment of the. Canadian Pacific Rail
road Co. One is a beautiful valley
scene And the others are of Lakes
Louise and Emerald, nicely framed.
They will be decided ornaments on the
wjills of the club rooms.
Boom MdeLendrftcie Blk
Hours 1 to
Tonight at 8 o'clock in the socialist
hair in the Ely Block a 10-cerit social
will bf given under the auspices .of the
ladies .'of the socialist club. Cards,
checkers* crokinole and other games
will be followed by a short programme,
after which light refreshments will be
served. Professor Westby will give
sey^fS^jteUctions on the violin. Every
bo^^^edrdialiy invited, whether so
cialists ojr not.. Come and bring your
mux m. va:.
In'the series of games for the north
western championship now being played
at Qtpiuth, the game iast night was be
twe#H*fey oi Duluth and Ferris of
'is. The. latter was defeated
If 300 to. lis Hatty's avfcr-
Football supplies, outing goods, John
son's Cycle Supply House.
Ladies! Attention is called to the dis
WORK at de Lendrecie's, Saturday and
Monday, Prices reasonable.
See the Doyle bath room heater, light
little, vitally effective, cost $3.50. W.
D. Prescott, Keeney Block.
Mrs.T. A. Swart wishes to announce
that she will be at deLendrecie's depart
ment store for an indefinite period,
where she is prepared to do manicuring,
facial work and shampooing.
The Century Club gave its first party
of the season at Pirie's Hall last night.
Rupert supplied the music and there
were about thirty couples present and
in every way it,.was. delightful, for the
participants and a conspicuous society
Johnson & Powers have been award
ed the contract for the basemerft of Mr.
Swem's house and it is to be con
structed this fall. Work on the super
structure which is cost upwards of $4,
000 will begin immediately at the open
ing of the next building season.
McCarthy Bros. Co. have sold to the
McLean-Smith Co. the northeast quar
ter of section 26 and the south half of
section 24-141-55. The consideration
named in the deed filed for record to
day is $10,000. This is a tract of land
in Cornell Township, located on the
western boundary of this county.
For goodness sake look into the win
dow at Nickells' all night drug store
and see the pipe display—the finest in
the city.
Attorney John Frame, wf{o was re«
cently admitted to the bar, has several
his connection with the law firm of
Newman, Spalding & Stambaugh and
opened ojces over the Fargo National
Bank. Mr. Frame is a bright young'
man and will undoubtedly work up a
handsome practice..
The divorce actjon of Hodges v$.fi
Hodges is still on in district coiirt." The
plaintiff finished his case. about
o'clock yesterday afternoon and the
case of the defendant is now being pre
sented. The attorneys interested are
of the opinion that the case will not be
concluded before tomorrow night. The
criminal calendar will be called at the
opening of court on Monday morning.
State's Attorney Smith authorized a
warriut this morning for the arrlsV df
Charles Berg on a burglary charge
Berg is one of the tailors who broke in
to Johnson's tailor shop on Front
Street and stole two overcoats belong
ing to Alderman Everhart. His where
abouts are unknown to the officers.
JohnsOn is the complaining witness and
hopes with the aid of the officers to lo
cate the man.
The basement of the new St. John's
Hospital, near the present building in
Island Park will be Completed this week.
It has been put in so that it will be in
good shape for the erection of the main
building next year. When completed
it will be the costliest and the bft
equipped hospital,jn the state and K£
entire completion is .hoped, for early
next fall.
The contest over the will of the lattf"
William Eggert in county court is near
inga conclusion and the testimony will
perhaps all be in by tomorrow noon.
Mrs. Augusta Kennedy has been on the
stand since
o'clock yesterday after­
noon, and was recalled this afternoon
Her testimony was void of features.
The case is being hotly contested and
both sides seem confident of winning
a victory.
Active members and studenf thembers
of the Fargo Musical Club, must under
stand clearly that they must secure
their?membership tickets from Mrs. An
heier, at once, in order to secure seats
at the operahottse for the Demuth re
cital Associate members have come
forward in good numbers, but active
members of the club don't seem to un
derstand the necessity for quick ac
Dr. Jameson pf Wheatland it at the
Waldorf. I
W. H. Ferris registers at the Elliott
from Hope.
Roy Stanley of Casselton is visiting
with Fargo friends.
O. A. Haarman registers at the Web
ster from .Wahpeton.
Ellis Vinji of Gardner »s among the
guests at the Webster.
M. Ftjrd of Wheatladd*i* in the rity
attending district court.
jtidge Jfernett returned last night
frepv Falls, whe^e he spent a
number of days on legal business.
Dr. I. N. Wiar is said to be showing
stejkdy improvement in every way. He
1Uft left (^i(e)ago ^n4 is now visiting an
old friemTiri'St. Paul, prior to goiqg
to Europe, but whether he will visit
FSrgo before crossing the ocean is noti
Mr and Mrs. Hans Peterson left
HAVE a complete line of John
ston & Murphy, Dr. Reed's
celebrated cushion, W. L. Doug
las and Hathaway, Soule & ar*
rington's Men's fine Shoes also
The Pingree Co's. fine Ladles'
Shoes, C. P. Ford & Co's. fine
Ladles' Shoe and Med low &
Holmes Co'g. fine Ladies' Shoes.
60 Broadway, Fargo.
Taffy Taffy
All flavors of taffy,
per pound
Special Saturday.
Regular 50c goods, home made
chocolates 1-lb. box Mfh**
f&cy .^.4-UO
324 Broadway. 'Phone 900-M.
will bring a daughter of Mr. Peterson,
by a former marriage.
E. O. Bakke of Crookston' is among
the guests at the Elliott. «,
Albert-Wast and T. Farley
representatives in the city.
J. W. Streeter of Thompson IS doing
a business turn in the city.
W. J. Hawk of Buffalo is in the city
on a business errand today.
George Game of Jamestown is among
the guests at the Metropole.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gram of Sheldon
were in the city last night.
Mrs. C. A. Wheelock went to St.
Paul via the N. P. Thursday night.
Oscar B. Lindsay is reported under
the weather and is confined to his room.
George M. Young of Valley City is
enjoying.the hospitality o the Metro
Mrs.. Ei Rider of Seattle, is visiting in
the city and'hSfapartmentr at the Met
Frank Holland is a Hickson gentle
man in the city today on a business
Master Mechanic Cutler and S.
Zwight of Jamestown are guests at the
Mrs. C:). Wflsbn and Mrs.
Winslow of Jamestown'have apartments
at the Waldorf.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Smith of St. Paul
are visiting in the city and have parlors
at the Metropole.
M. W. Barnes of Valley City, super
intendent of schools for Barnes Coun
ty, is at the Waldorf.
George D. Davidson of Crary and L.
E. Curtis «f Tower City are doing a
business*urn in the city.
Bruce Fulmore $nd wife of Mapleton
are visiting in the city and have apart
ments at the Hotel Elliott.
W. S. Whitman, O. B. Welland and
R. H. Morrow of Erie were in the city
on legal business last night.
Miss Hunter, was the dinner guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Schultze, of the Aber
deen, St. Paul, Thursday night.
Mrs. Ed M. Andrews, who was Miss
Tuller, is down from Alemeda, N. W.
T., on her way to Lake Pafk, Minn.
M. Montain came in from Amenia
this morning and will spend a number
of days in the city transacting business.
Mrs. Fred Yerxa, who has been visit
ing her sister, Miss Daisy McGrath, of
St. Albans, near St. Paul, has returned
Mrs. Mattie Dfviiij, superintended of I
public instfuctidn, is it Wahpeton" at-*'
tending a meeting of the Southeastern
Educational Association.
Editor Townes of Tbfe Lisbon Free 3
Press went to St. Louis Thursday night
on business connected with the North
Dakota exhibit at the exposition.
C. C. Peterson of the Broadway bil
liard parlors, left last night for Duluth
where he will play Hatley, the cham
pion Mlliardist of -the
night. y-p
Hon. John McCarthy of'the UMttt
nental National Bank of Chicago stop
ped over in Fargo tbd«y on his return
from San Francisco, spending the time
with President Lewis of the Red River
Valley Bank.:
Yoo will lie punctual in your engage
qpent if tiaied by a watch bought here.
We, sell standard makes for lesa than
tilifer*. You riafl no risk, for outers
guarantee them to us aod we to you.
northwest, to-

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