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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, December 05, 1903, Image 16

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Our
Crockery
Dept.
Mi
Comforters
25 Comforters
—Pretty de
signs—lined in
Solid Colors
feed, Blue or
Pink.
Good Cotton
Special Price-
50 Comforters—Made
of fine quality
chcese cloth, very pretty design, good
value at |te.oo. Our
Special
Price
$1.65
25 Snow Flake Cotton Comforters*
Nicely lined, good colors while tin y
last,.Special Price
$2.25
20 Snow Flake Cotton Comforters-
fhe most desirable
ever made at
Special Price s
the
$2.76
See our assortment of Eider Down
Quilts, made of pure new Down, guar
anteed, ranging in price from
$8.00 $12.00
N E W Y O K A S I O N S
Satin cheviot is the newest candidate
for fashionable favor and a handsome
visiting Marquise coat is the design
used for its debut. The coat reaches
almost to the bottom of the skirt yet
is just far enough above it to escape
|he three-quarter length which has fallen
£|omewhat
New York, Dec./ 5.—The fresh crisp center with a band of blue broadcloth
winds of December days are bringing
forth some dainty gowns that heighten
the beauty of milady fashionable's ra
diant cheekcs. Some pretty browns and
ireens that require much color to carry
|hem effectively are shown in greater
variety than ever, not only in the gowns
but in the wraps.
iito oblivion. Over the side
(teams and around the bottom of the
pat there is appliqued an elegant em
broidery done in narrow brown silk
raid. The back is seamless and cut
jo curve perceptibly into the figure. The
jtipperfacing of the fronts is carried out
Hjn turquoise blue broadcloth trimmed
&vith four rows of silk braid arranged in
groups and alternating with large flat
Jirown silk buttons. This facing widens
at the neck to a standing collar, but
)|he collar does not extend above that
Avhich finishes the neck of the boride
beneath.
Over the shoulders there is a deep ap
plique of the embroidery finished with a
deep brown silk fringe. The sleeves
are loose and large, after the angel
&
fat-a
•itern, but are divided and secured in the
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Portland
Luger Furniture Co.
Licensed Undertakers arid Embalmers, 12 and 14 Broadway, Fargo, N. D.
Rare Saving Opportunities In Our Model
.....Blanket and Comforter Section
Will you 46 Purses the Justice]'of Comparing Goods and Prices Before Buying
v Registered TradtM&rk.
Copyrighted by Ostermoor A
There is no "wrong side" to the bed
that holds the famous Ostermoor Mat
tress. We live under great nervous
stress. We need invigorating sleep
more than ever, and the Hair Mattress
is not equal to this requirement. It
bags and sags and humps and bumps
and packs and mats. It requires con
stant overhauling and constant expen
diture. It it is out of shape most of
the time and cannot be put into perfect
shape because it is stuffed. The
$15.00
OSTERMOOR p£F
MATTRESS
is not stuffed, but consists of airy, in
terlacing, fibrous sheets of snowy white
felt and great elasticity. It cannot lose
its shape. It gives complete rest.
\f ^Ottwant VlllowTacts
We carry the largest and most com
plete line of Pillows in the Wes,t. It
will pay you to investigate. prices
ranging from—
$1.50 TO $8.00 A PAIR.
Leading House Furnishers of the Northwest.
trimmed with brown silk broad and but
tons.
The entire coat is built upon a founda
tion of rich brown satin and the inner
facing is composed of a wide band of
Oriental embroidery which contrasts
smartly with the outer trimming where
the coat is opened.
A pretty mid-winter wrap is made on
the Eton jacket order, and though it
can be worn independently, has a skirt
made to match. Dark hunter's green
broadcloth is the material used and the
trimmings are of whitensilk braid piped
with bands of black velvet.
The skirt is perfectly plain except for
a few tucks over the hips to dispose of
the fulness about the waistline.
The jacket is slashes on either side
of the front leaving a tabular center
piece that extends below the girdle of
black silk velvet. The fastening is ef
fected at the left side. The braid is
used to bind the seams of the jacket and
three tiny black buttons arranged in
groups are placed at effective intervals
around the front and back of the Eton
and on the sleeves. The shoulder effect
is long and plain, except for a circular
cap on the top of the sleeves. This is
bound with the piped braid and also
trimmed with buttons. The cuffs are
composed of two bands of green cloth
rounded at the ends and left open at the
back to accomrnodate linerj undercuffs
which are worn separately. In the cen­
Have Just Received a Consignment of
The Price Is Right
:S::?l?i»®»il|
TWfsrr^
1-^A
A Snap,
in
Lace
Curtains
and
Portieri.
^W^pgF
Blankets
PRICED
iliilliJ
50 Pairs 10-4 Blankets in Gray
or
Tan, Colored Borders. Our 85c
value.
.Special
at
69c
75 Pairs Fine Quality 10-4 White
Blankets—Blue
or Pink Borders,
$1.25 value. Our Special Price
95c
50 Pairs Extra Quality 10-4 Gray
Blankets,
Tan and Blue or Red
Borders. Special at v
$1.00
25 Pairs Extra Heavy Gray tor Tan
Blankets, 10-4.
Our $2.00 Value.
While they last, yours at
$1.60
35 pairs, 10-4 Gray Blankets,
waranted all .wqoi, bojJi warp .and
fill­
ing good $$joo yaitte. Out Special
Price, v v •.'
.00
We also carry a large assortment .of
All-Wool Blankets
in White
With
Pink, Blue or Red borders. Rangipg
in prices from, per pair I
$6.00 5 $16.00
ter of the b^nds are strips of braid and
buttons. v?
The linen undercuffs, by the way, havfc
grown to be an improvement of the win
ter wardrobe. They look dainty and
fresh peeping from beneath the coat
sleeves and can be bought in pairs at
prices ranging from 75 cents up to $5.
They are made of crisp sheer materials,
suchas lawn, organdie
vand
7-Footl,
mm
NCE CO
mousseline
and exquisitely trimmed with lace.
Many pretty new waists are shown
but they do not disclose much that is
new except in the way of finishing the
neck. One pretty stock is made perfect
ly plain but has first tiny square, then
long incisions in it through which satin
ribbon may be run then tied itr a grace
ful bow to fall over the front of the
blouse. A pretty substitute for satin
ribbon which though pretty has been
worn threadbare is lacings of chenille
cords. The ends of those cords are fin
ished with tassels of the same material
or with silk fringe. Sometimes they aw
just tied in a careless knot and held ill
place with a blouse pin.
All-over lace blouses -are dainty and
are given a more substantial appearancie
by being strapped with fancifully shap
ed taffeta or pfeau de soie. A very chic
bodice has capes of chiffon. They dip
decidedly from the neck in front, over
the shoulders and sleeves and are long
er in the back than at the front. The Ef
fect is a wonderfully confusing mass of
loveliness that dazzles while it fasci
nates.
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Fashionable women really owe a vpte
of thanks to the growing fad of dining
in swell restaurants ana hotels instead,
of at home to many very smart gowns.
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THE FARGO FORUM AND' DAILY REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 5,. 1903.
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This season tlife vogue is .greater than
ever and one evening spent at one of
these dining places shows splendor suf
ficient to last one a lifetirfie. White is
used extensively for both gowns and
wraps.
One very pretty design was seen in
cream colored chiffon with the skirt
built in tiers arranged in nun's folds and
stitched with bands of delicate floral
embroidery. Herringboning was used to
make more realistic the topmost fold.
Dainty bows of white velvet trimmed
each fold at the side and were secured
with the tiniest imaginable brilliaht but
tons.
Grapes continue as a fashionable trim
ming because they are seasonable. No
doubt in the spring the modes will revert
to cherries for the same reason. Com
bined with autnmn leaves white lace
grapes are beautiful, and when discreet
ly employed no garniture can be com
pared with it. A white liberty satin de
pends upon a "centerpiece" of grapes for
its cachet. Cream lace and gold tissue
are used with an unconscionaLIc disre
gard of their cost and grapes of gold
outlined with dark green silk cords, com
plete the decoration.
Mention has been made before of the
close-fitting crocheted sweaters which
take the place of the dawdy looking af
fairs of former years, but an additional
touch of elegance has been given the de
signs as shown in the Norfolk sweater.
This has broad false plaits over the
seams and there is a knitted belt which
can be loosely drawn ground the waist
and fastened in the fashion of a Nor
folk jacket. These blouses are very
comfortable for walking or golf and
though costly when purchased hand
made, there are pretty substitutes stitch
ed by the machine and ranging in price
from $1.98 up. Green, white and bright
red are the fashionable colors.
A novelty is shown in sun plaited
skirts. From twelve to fourteen inches
about the feeet a sun plaited fan effect
is now set in the skirts and this breaks
the rather straight outline of the famil
iar patterns. The result is a very grace
ful skirt, much dressier than in its or
iginal form and adapted to all the ele
gant uses of the wardrobe.
Gradually hats are appearing turning
into the queerest but usually becoming
shapes. A pretty compromise between
a tricorne and colonial turban is shown
in dark brown scratched felt. The in
dentures arefilled with shirred satin
except in one instance when a large
rosette of brown chenille is used. Wav
ing over the side is a brown and white
pheasant's feather.
While the craze for hat trimmings
runs to flowers and fruits, buckles for
the high girdles now so fashionable are
shown in the form of tiny animals and
birds. Peacocks and pheasants are fav
orite patterns and their outspread tails
encrusted with crmili diamonds are very
decorative and brilliant. Bow knots set
with diamonds are likewise pretty.
A f^etty little dainty for afternoon
gowns is the handmade bead portemon
naies which are worked in all the sea
son's colorings. They are finished with
silver or gilt buckles and are only large
enough for small change.
For Christmas gifts these little novel
ties are very acceptable as they will be
in vogue throughout the season.
Maude Griffin.
& UNHAPPY DAKOTA HUBBIE.
Superior Telegram: Failure on the
part of husband and wife to patch up
their differences brought the parties
concerned into the municipal court to
day. Ole Hudhjem of North Dakota,
made complaint against his wife and
also against John A. Berg of Lake
Nebagamon. Mrs. Hudhjem, it seems,
had refused to stay with her husband
in Dakota and had come to visit at the
home of Mrs. Berg. Hudhjem came and
wanted her to return with him and to
day had both his wife and Berg ar
rested. They were discharged by Judge
Haily, however, he deciding that there
was no ground upon which to prose
cute them. The husband left the court,
attempting by peaceful means to per
suade his wife to return with him.
WORLD'S BEST PILE CURB.
Why endure torture from Piles till
you contract a fatal disease when Buck
len's Arnica Salve cure*, or bo pay, 25c.
Fout & PorterfieUJ.
ODD FELLOW OFFICERS,
'partttient viras notified and a descrip
branches of the Odd Fellows held
meetings last night and elected officers
for the ensuing terms. Wildey Lodge,
for the term beginning Jan. 1, elected
the following as its officers:
Noble Grand—F. Everett Smitlfer 5?"
Vice Grand—L. S. Diemert.
Secretary—Frank E. Payrte.
Treasurer—A. G. Hanson.
After the adjournment of the sub
ordinate lodge Ridgeley Encampment
convened in session and elected the
following roster of officers:
Chief Patriarch—Olaf Miller.
Senior Warden—F- Everett Smith
Juriipr Warden—Cornelius Keefj|r ••.
Scribe—L. S. jpiehiert.
Treasurer—J. r. Dahlquist. Z&i
It was announced during the prog
ress of the meetings that the Daugh
ters of Rebekah have arranged for a
card patty in the Odd Fellow Lodge
rooms next Monday evening to which
and friends are inyitf^ ,,
J^QfOSALS, 1
iV for:
DEPOSIT OF
FUNDS, s?
.•ifySgii&i ... liv
Bismarck, N. D., Dec. 1, iQQtf.
state board of auditors will con
January 12, l$b4, proposals in
accordance with the provision df Sec
tion
2J7
of the Revised Code*, from
any national or state batik of the state
for
wishes to be
for the
depository
two years,
it state
make
Was
w
ri
Dr. Rea has no superior in diagnos
ing
and treating diseases and deformi
ties. He will give $50 for any case
that he Cannot tell the disease and
where located in fjve minutes.
All curable medical pnd surgical dis
eases, acute and chronic catarrh, and
Special Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat, Lung Disease, Early Con
sumption, Bronchitis, Bronchial Ca
tarrh, Constitutional Catarrh, Dyspep­
WJ^bby
Tjbe Mcintosh State's Attorney Sues the Edi
tor of The Leader.
Ellendale. Leader: A by
i&me of Ctytfe, semi-slate's attorney
for Mcintosh County, smarting under
the humiliation of' being dismissed
from trying the Mcintosh criminal
pases, has sued The Leader for libel.
Cut.
Flowers
Wedding and Funeral
Flowers
a Specialty*
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DR.
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1
Visiting Moorhead for Many Years.
a Record off Many Cures* •,
Columbia Hotel, Mdorhead, Thursday, December 17,"
^fpOne Day Only* Returning Every Four Weeks.
The celebrated remedies of Rea Bros. & Co. Cascarin, Red Cross Pile
Cure, Catarrh Jelly, Kidney Cure and other valuable preparations are
WALDORF
LIBEL SUIT AT ELLENDALE.
Water or Steam Heat
sJSPS
iM&iM
5:
sia, Sick Headaehej Stomach and Bow
el Troubles, Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Sciatica, Bright's Disease, Diabetes, j
Kidney, Liver, Bladder, Fema4e dis
eases, Dizziness, Nervousness, Indiges
tion, Obesity, Interrupted Nutrition,
Slow Growth in Children, and diseases
u) adults. Many cases of Deafness,
Ringing in the Ears, Loss of Eyesight,
Cataract, Cross Eyes, etc., that have
been improperly treated or neglected,
can be easily restored. Deformities,
Disease of the Brain, Paralysis, Epilep
sy, Heart Disease, Dropsy, Swelling of
the Limbs, Stricture, Open Sores, Pain
in the Bones, Granular Enlargements
and all long-standing diseases proper
ly treated. Young, midldc-aged and
old. single or married men and all who
suffer from nervous debility, failing,
memory, weak eyes, lack of energy, im
poverished blood, pimples also blood
and skin diseases. Eruptions, Hair Fall
ing, Bone Pains, Swellings, Sore Throat,
Ulcers, Kidney and Bladder troubles,
Weak Back, receive searching treat
ment, prompt relief and cure far life.
Cancers, Tumors, Goiter, Fistula andf
Piles, with the* subcutaneous injection
method, absolutely without pain andT.
without the loss of a drop of blood, is=
one of his own discoveries, and is the^
most really scientific and certainly surv
cure of the Nineteenth Century. No
incurable cases taken. Consultation
PHARMACY
Delinquent subscribers will kindly
remit at once. In the event that this
man Clyde should win his case, wc'
don't want to keep him waiting, or
cause him unnecessary trouble in get
ting the money.
For State News Read The
SHOTWELL & GRAVER
Growers of
Rosea, Carnations, Violets, Etc
For your HOMES or BUSINESS
BLOCKS can be installed with scarce
ly any inconvenience, either OLD or
NEW buildings. Our stock of tamps,
Pipe, Well Supplies, Etc., Is complete.
Write us for estimates on anything
you may need. Plans and specifica
tions furnished for Heating and
Plumbing.
Fargo Plumbing ft Heating Co
ll^Biwulway, Fargo, N. D. Tel. 442.
Ittdiiig fag and iM
Quart*
3*
to
those interested, $1.00.
DR. RBA & CO.,*'
Minneapolis, Minn. Louisville, Ky
He wants $2,eoo, claiming we have
damaged his reputation that much by'
publishing the court document which
made him a nonentity so far .as he was
concerned in the Mcintosh cases.
Foram.
S .ecial attention paid to out-of-towa xdm 3
Moderate prices and Frah ateck
FARGO, N. D.
Heating, Plumbing, Lighting, Hot
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