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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, November 14, 1903, Image 5

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Dress Goods and
Silk Offers
iQ-inefrlMack Taffeta, always?sold at
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Special at yww
22-inch
Black Taffeta,^always sold
at $1. JQfk
Special ,,......... *.... I ww
36-inch
Black TaffetaJ: always sold
a $ 1 7 5
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Special ip I ,ww
Lot I—Consisting of Venetians, Hen
riettas aiid Plaid Dress Goods, a bro
ken lot, worth $1. and $1.25. Rfl«*
Choice at vV U
Lot a—Qdd lot of I)ress Goods,
worth $1.25 and $1.75.-/ 7Kn
Choice at I UG
Lot 3—Odd lot of Dress Goods, worth
$i.*5 to $1.75.
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Choice at y I .Ull
Ladies' Fine Underw'r
AT 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT.*
Special Monday, we will offer one
lot (broken sizes) of Ladles Pine
"Stuttgarter" Underwear, made of
the finest quality wool, at 20 Per
Cent Discount.
Women's .fihe Cashmere Hose, good
35c'
quality,
at
25
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Worsted Hose,
Children's Ribbed
sizes
6 to 9,
at
25c
Women's Flannelette
Gowns
Women's fine Outing Flannel 5ft\vns,
yoke collar and cuffs, trimmed with
braid,
good dollar value, CQn
at
omen s heavy Flannelette Gowns,
yoke and cuffs trimmed very prettily
with Chambray *66 ntaftch regular
$1.25 value,
Late Society Notes.
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News
Mrs. Stranahan and Mrs. Bristol en
-pertained a number of lady friends at
ivH,he home of the former Friday after
inoon at progressive euchre. The home
*was prettily decorated, the game much
|enjoyed and the refreshments served
ideal. The awards of the game were
^made to Mrs, Rupert, who received the
'{'first prize Miss Clara Forsyth, lone
vShand Mrs. Everett Smith, consola
Ti. :tion. Mrs. Sheldon, Mrs.' Sbotwell
Miss Resser aided the hostesses in
receiving the guests. This afternoon
nthe same .ladies are hostessed ]at 4 $ee-
,:ond
and similar party. i
The Misses Lincoln are entertaining
:ior a few days at a house party.at their
"""*'t1-" '-'.home near Grandin. The guests are
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Mr and Mrs. Fred frish, Mr. and Mrs.
'V« J,'Shepard Sheldon, Mi?s Isherwood o|
{,*•*•«•* Pittsburg, Miss Lu Thompson pf
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'Grand Forks, Mi39 Mary Matteson,
Addison Leech, Geo. Compton, Alison
Twichell and Al Sweet.
Thursday night the Century Club will
give a German to be lead by Sam
Crabbe.
The Metropolitan German Club will
give its first party Friday night at
Pirie's Hall. Guy Wallace will lead.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Jones of Lisbon
will be the guests next week Dr. and
/Mrs. Campbell.
/The Roycrofters will give another of
their pretty parties Monday evenings
Tfvc second of the Coterie parti^
«vv^s "given list evenjng at Pirie's Hall.
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Mrs. J. W. Smith entertained at ja
card' party this afternoon in honor 0f
Mrs. Robert Jones of Cooperstown.
i The ladi«s of the E)egree of Honor
^nd, their friends wilf participate in
whist at their rooms ih the L. K. Tem
pie this evening. Playing will begin
at 9 o'clock,
Letters received from Mr, and "Mrs
^Vthite, by Mf. McCuIloch this morn
Jing, state that they arrived at Honolu-
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MOODY
522-524' Front Street, Fargo, N. D.
Wonderful Opportunities Await You
We have determined to make November the biggest month in our his
tory. If you are looking for values you will find them here.
Some Stunning
Coats
Our assortment of Coats embraces
more new and exclusive modes
than has ever been seen in this or
any other establishment l» the
city.
At $25.00
the largest assortment a fid variety
of ideas, as well as greatest values,
In the history of this store.,
A special purchase of upwards of
100 handsonfce Coats, bought at
about 50e on the dollar, will be
placed on sale at the following low
prices:
$6.75, $7.50, $10,
$12.50 and $15.
New Military Coats in fine Kersey
and Zibelint Cloth,at $15,
$20, $25 and
We offer special Monday about 150
Children's Long Coats at $5, $6^$7.50,
$10, $12.50
and
line
Women's $20.00 Suits
for
.Women's.$2500 Suits,
UlIU
..• riurf* v|,-i /i
150
$5, $6. $7.50,
$1500
Many .styles ^4 -effects in all
shades:
The Suits
come in plain Cheviots and Broad
cloths, Fancy Mixtures, English
Worsteds, in the short, Jaunty
English box coat, new short blouse,
skirted blouse, and the fitted or
box coat styles. Street and dress
suits are fully represented new
trimmings in braids, ornaments
and stitching.
$1350
,$18 50
$2500
$4500
Women's $35.00 Suits
for
YVorneij's $65.00 Spits
for
88c
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all w:ell and enjoying
around the world,
their journey
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Elldn and daugh
ter of Mayville, are at the Waldorf.
Mrs. J. E. Norwood of Grandin is
a guest io the city.
Mrs. J. L. Selby of Hillsboro and
Mrs. as. Grady of Valley. City were
arrivals at the Waldorf last night..
Aldermiin Cummings is expected
home from his sojourn at the springs
in Indiana early "next week.
Mrs. Matt Thompson entertained a
few ladies Friday afternoon, the oc
casiott being in honor of the first birth
day of her son, Hugo.,
Lieutenant-Governor Bartlett returned
yesterday from a business visit to St.
Louis which had to do with our exhibit
at the exposition next year.
E. D. Bttffiugtonv general manager of
the Northwestern Thresher Co., is vis
iting Manager Miller. Also Thop.
RcJney,.-manager of the Winnipeg of
fice,.is he|-e to meet Mr. Buffington.
Attorney J. JL vBurloe^f V«lvji is a
guest at the WaW6rf.
The enthusiastic OccttJt Club will
meet with Mrs. D. H. Stowe, 701 Thir
teenth Street South, Monday next at
8 o'clock sharp. Prof. W. Cox will
address the members.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D6bdf came iij
from Maza last night and will spend
the winter in-Fargo.
EASY MONEY IN MINNEAPOLIS.
Sioux City Tribune: A Minneapolis
swindler put a want "ad" in the papers
for a janitor aftd signed "A. Buhnko."
A
janitor who answered was shown over
oH$ of the finest 6ffice buildingi in the
cjty and was delighted at the prospect of
a $i.cco job cajring for it. But there was
a slight for&alify required—the deposit
of $100 as ^cuMy, and the victim riot
only paid this ovir, but signed a note
for another ibo^ suaposipg it to be a
receipt. No won^er the bunko business
is flourishing when easy marks like this
are a^rocid,
TOO LATE TO CL
|^OR.BIp^^|C^(shod rgomaod bath, witb
^aoia#sia«t«al
New Shopping
Bags in Walrus,
Seal and Saffron
Leathers at 98c*
Fur Sale
For Monday we have some y6ty
special Fur bargains.
Long Squirrel Boas, eiynine trimmed,
regular $25 values.
Special
Single Skin Fox Boas, in sable and
Isabella, very handsome RH
ones, at ^O.UU
German Lynx Cluster Scarfs, with 6
itrBe
Coats with black marten
storm collar, full length revers and
cuffs.
Combination Nearseal Blotyste^-Cbats
with Hudson Bay Beaver, Marten and
Squirrel" collar, revers and cuffs.
Prices ran^e from $50.00
Women's Street Hats
A e u e i e s o i s s a e
Our Mail Order Department
is complete in every detail.
00T $160 FOR SKIPPING.
Qemplaliiitur itnecs In ttte OwiibiUiK Cases
S Skips and Makes a Confession.
The gambling cases against "French
Joe" Lemieux and his two gairie keepers
were again continued in Justice Ryan's
court this morning. When Jhey were
called the attorney for the defendants
made a motion that the cases be con
tinued on the ground that one of their
important witnesses could not be present.
The cases will be called again on Tues
day morning at 9:30 o' clock.
R. C. Colby, the complaining witness
in these cases has skipped the courfSy.
While en route to St. Paul on official
fyisiness Thursday Deputy Sheriff Han
sen met Colby oh the train about mid
day between here and St. Paul. Asked
if he was "riot going to app^ar against
the accused/ Colby said that he was not.
ijle stated that he had received $160 for'
leaving t?ie state and that he proposed
f6r that consideration to protect the
gambjers. He said that a strange man
ipproached him in Fargo on Tuesday
last and negotiated with him to skip
out. They agreed on the price, and
when Colby had purchased tickets for
himself and wife and was on the train
money was handed to him.
ALL FOR GILBREATH,
La Moure Chronicle: For insurance
commissioner, W. C. Gilbreatli. of Man
dan. All in favor say "aye contrary
no." The ayes have it, and Mr. Gil
breath is the unanimous choice of the
newspapers ,of North Dakota, Con
gratulations!
MOVED TO FARGO.
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naxt doort Apply
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LaMoure Chronicle: H.
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MB FXHGCT TOKUM SOT DAILH BEPTOLICA1T, SATTJRIAY ?EVENIOTr NOVEMBER ti»~l90&
$17 50
ta.ils*$2.50
*00 Ml fine curly Astrachan
yUU.UU Coats, lined with Skin
ner's best satin. ^...^
nil for tlie finest Nearseal
$75 08
ine blira skhi Krimmer
ats at
ivcisc
y
$30 00
y about
$37 50
Sable and Isabella Fox Boas,
.Marten Cluster Scarfs, Beav
er, Marten Long Boas, Bear
Boas, Squirrel* Pelerines,
also the Wide Cape Pelerines
in the finest Sable and Isa
bella Fox, with Mjuffs to
match. .•
Exceptional Values in Negligees,
Dressing Sacques, Eiderdown Robes,
luting Flannel, FlAnneMette fjhd
French Flannel, -p V
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PRICED AT
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$1.25 and Upf
tG.
Robert­
son shook hands all around on Mon
day of this week and started for Fargo
by the overland route. He has Tented
his farm for three years and will reside
in Fargo, with the object in view of
giving his childjren an opportunity to
attend^ the. agricultural colle^.
NO POLITICS.
La Moure Chronicle: ItV ridicutous
on ii| face of course, but the fact re
mains that there are peoiple who fancy
that more or less of politics vfwl creep
into the deliberations of the Kojrth Da-
0» ihis fa
enxie
To Wf mtt
WHAT OTHERS SAY.
Elizabeth Ridley: Tkere will be a
regular meeting of the of H. Jodge
this evening at 8 o'clock. All members
are urged to be present.
J. H. Zimmerman, Director North
Dakota State Band: There will be an
important rehearsal at Stone's Hall to
morrow afternoon at 2:30 sharp.
Win. Mills, Pres.: Fargo Assembly
Loyal Americans will meet in Pirie's
Hall Monday evening, Nov. 16. Mem
bers who have tickets for" the ball
Tuesday evening, Nov. 17, will please
rfeport, 100 tickets closes the sale of
tickets. -.
An Irate Patron Someone has said
that the Eleventh Cqmmandment was
t-Thou Shalt Not Knock"—and I
would like to observe it, but I am sore.
Last night I .had central ring the city
ticket office of the N. p. for five min
utes, (com 9:15 to 9:20, with no results.
Again at 9:30 we tried to raise the of
fice with no better success. Assuming
that the 'phone was in working order
I would humbly suggest that the gen
ial Colonel Johnson stir his night man
up a bit, or else employ a cheap boy to
assist the distinguished night agent in
his arduous duties. Sometimes the pa
trons of the road like to inquire if the
trains are on time.
Lon .Rupert: Probably no one in the
northwest has ever had the pleasure of
being entertained more times than I
by the Theodore Thoma^1 Orchestra,
during my residence in Chicago, and
since. I am looking forward to what
I believe has always been the greatest
pleasure of my life in the musical
\yorld, and when I learned sometime
3go, that the Walkers had really un
dertaken such a risk as this organiza
tion, I could scarcely believe or hope
that such an event could ever happen,
and I came very near letting the cat
out of the bag several times in my en
thusiasm. Those who have listened to
such as Sousa and other such organi
zations of equal blare, will simply al
low such "racket" to fade into insig
nificance after listening to something
in the shape of music. In looking over
the orchestra roster with its primo's,
instrumental and vocal soloists, I con
sider the combination a perfect one,
and I can vouch for one of the finest
performances and the greatest ever
given in Fargo.
$22.90 IS THE RATE.
From St. Paul and Minneapolis to
Salt Lake City and Ocden. Utah Po
catello, Idaho and Denver, Colorado
Springs, Pueblo, Grand Junction and
Glemwood, Col. via Chicago Great
Western railway. Tickets on sale daily
up to November 30 inclusive. Super
ior service and unequalled equipment.
Full information on application to any
Chicago "Great Western agent, or to J.
P. Elmer, G. P. A7, Chicago, 111.
mVEMBER 14
THI iiw
Mr
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North
Dakota's
Head
quarters
for
Linens.
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Patterns Cloths
and Napkins.
2x2 yards, for this
sale
2x2%
We want your business and of
fer ihis Inducement for its
I ST THINK
^W'
yards, for this?
sale .......
2x3^ yards, for this
««W5i .»
2^x3 yards, with napkins,
the set this sale at.
2^x4 yards, with napkins, for this
2x2]/2 yard,'-f
Special at ....
2x3 yardi^
Special at .....
2x3]^ yards,
Special at ....
2^2x35^ yards/
Special at »...
$1650
*:.,heM''... $18.50
2^2x354 yards, hemstitched, with nap
kins to match, also hemstitched, reg
ular price, is $24.50.
at
$19 75
Odd Pattern Cloths.
$3 90
$5 00
SHOE
COMMENCING
SATURDAY
We believe wh^n the people need the goods is the time to have the sale.
You need Shoes. We need money. The question is: Can you afford to
miss a Shoe Sale that is a Sale? You know you can't.
What you save. Look over otir
prices.
ABOUT
You need the Shoes now, not In January.
We make the sale when you need the
Shoes^
II whai':'"fftf %aat
it BOW* t: /,&*
To buy at this Mid-Seasoo Sale,
and if you wear Shoes we save
you one dollar la every three.
Commences Saturday, and every lady In the
bounty can afford a new pair of Sftoei MrtlMka
giving—at these Prices.
vV N'-S
Stetson,
"A JJ"uILLI.1 i
IKIt4FNat»Nl rAMO, H. D.
Thanksgiving Linen Sale Com*
mences Monday, Nov. 16, at 9 a.m.
fine Table Cloth and fine Napkins are as essential for a
Thanksgiving Dinner as the proverbial Turkey. The newness
of our designs, and the superior qualities, combined with reason
able prices, make our lines the most sought for everywhere.
Our prices are always the lowest, the qualities always the best.
Our stock is acknowledged to be the most complete in North
Dakota. It consists of the choicest Irish, German and Scotch
Linens, both Bleached and Unbleached. Buy your Linens here
and save money. The loUowing are only a few of our Thanks
giving specials: x.'iPt
$3 50
$4 50
$5 50
Bleached Table Linen.
72-in., napkins to- match, regular
$1.75 values, H: Ol CQ
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72-in., with napkins to match, regu
lar $1.00 values, QQf*
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68-in., regular 85c value
72-inch, regularly $1.00^
$8 00
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$1350
$6
=3=
Don't forget, SATURDAY, NOV. 14, begins this greatest of Shoe Sales.
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High
Grade
Goods
and
Low
Prices.
73c
Unbleached Table Linen
89c
v
72-inch, regularly 75c/
at
62-inch, regularly 60c,
at
65c
48c
Fancy Doylies.
5-inth, fringed, reduced to, -RRa
per doz vvv
7-inch, fringed, reduced to, Qflp
per doz tJUv
9-inch, fringed, reduced to, ^)fl
per doz I
12-inch, fringed, reduced to CO
per doz I .wU
Also a splendid variety at
flft
$3.50 and Srf.UU
All-Linen Napkins—Special Sale 1
Breakfast Size, fi|ll bleached, heavy quality, this sale,.per ft
dozen, only
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Men's tSHoes.
.oo value. Sale price....$4.98
Stetson, $5.00 value.
Packard, $3.50 value.
Valour, JS3.00 value.
Valour, $2.50 value.
Sale price
Sale price
Sale price
Sale price
AND A LOT OF OTHERS.
Women's SHoes*
Our best grades $6.00 values. Sale price...
Our best grades S5.00 values. Sale price... 3.98
Those great $4.00 grades. Sale price ....... 2.98
Those great $3.50 grades. Sale price ...... £.68
A special lot of $3.50 and $3.00 values at.... 2.78
The cheaper grades at a Uke discount.
A special lot of Women's Shoes and Slip
pers, good styles, at 98c
As you know, our Misses' Shoes ar e
very corhplete. All must go in this sale
isses' $3.00 grades. Sale price ... $2. 28
Misses' .2.50grades. Sale price 1.98
Misses' 1.75, 1.60 and 1.50 grades.
3.98
2.98
?28
$.98
$ 4.98
Sale price 1. 28
Misses' Special at ..* 0. 98
We are g^tatg ,to sell a great buck of Boy s*
Shoes In up-to-date lasts at #K4S.
Boys'*4-ooand$3»5o values at..v. $2 .98
'Boys't3^ooand92.75 values at 2.48
Boys' $2.50and *2j00 values at............. 1.68
Boys' $1.50 and $1,25 values at... 98c
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