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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, December 22, 1903, Image 4

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Pillow Specials
See THese Speeialsl
$10.00Gibson Pillows, all finished, filled with down pi llo*»..V*»y^
••[.». .'•!$ 5°
$12.50 Gibson Pillows, at. ».«• $3.50 $5.00 Gibson Pillows, At
4.95 Gibson Pillows, at...... 2.50 2.95 Gibson Pillows, at....*vV j.56
3.50 Gibson Pillows, at...i,j. 50 4.95 Gibson Pillows, at..».... 2.25
•'Jk.oo Gibson Pillows, at..4i,ii^ .75 2.5a Gibson Pillows, at.,.. .* *95
a.50
Oriental Pillows,at.-75 oo Silkoltne Covered
Goods
for Women
Purses, |Q CA
Wi&c to
O O If
Chatelaine Bags, O A A
..). .... .49c to O b^F
^.•:^:-....^«i3.7B
Boston Bags,
3.25
1.69
Card Cas«8,
S°c toc.4s«^vfe») S
^Silverware and
Cut Glass
We are at all events giving a different aspect to
die Jewelry Business by tearing away the traditions of
high prices and mystery and selling you the best at
as fair prices as dry goods. •V'*T
We can save you 20 per c^tit
on Silverware and Cut Glass
For U E S A Y A N W E N E S A Y w e
have arranged spc i a a e s i n e a s e e n a
filled with what's pretty and new in china. The
choosing will be both a pleasure and a profit
the prices are very low.
Tea Pot, Sugar and Cream S$, neat flower dec
orations and gilt finisJi.
Per set .. ..... O V
Salad or Fruit'Bowl. large size, decoi-a ted w i
flowers and gilt, fancy shape, A
PEOPLE OF NOTE.
Hon. Thos. Heath was in from Gard-
Editor Townes Was in ffbin jLisilon
jst night.
1
E. F. Peterson was a busineia visi
pr from Enderlin.
l^Miss Gertrude L, Adams of Lisbon
jat Uie WaUlotif.
^-•J. C. McCutcheon of Valley City is*
tft the Metropole.
''f, Mrs. M. E. McDonald'-ofrSheldon
.J|N a visitor in the city.
^'Roy J. French and Ray McConnell
afte Sheldon representatives in the city
tgday.
V- C. C. Williams of Page is assisting
$ P. Suudberg during the great holi
(|y rush.
,fMr. and V E|tA.. .ivill
Sj^end the Christmas season with Gen
jeiral and Mrs. Hughes at Minneapolis.
Little Miss Guenn Guthrie will leave
o o o w o a s s e o n w e e s e w i
?fi(fend the holidays with relatives and
viriends.
v|'
Miss Kirkland of the Red River Val
ley Bank is, suffering from
attack of lumbago and is unable to
at her desk.
SL.National
W. Miller, state agent for the
orthwest Thresher Co., left for Still
ater last night accompanied by his
mily. ITiey will spend a couple of
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Pillows.
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Christmas Gifts for Women
Leather
Beautiful
Umbrellas
One of the presents you cannot go
wrong on—an umbrella even an ."ex
tra one conies handy.
Women's and Men* Twilled Silk Um
brellas best paragon frames, steel
o a s e a n a s s e 2 8 a n 2 6 i n
choice line of handles,
1.50
Women's and Men's Vnion Silk Um
brellas 28 and 26 ini, best paragon
4
35c and OUC
weeks in Stillwater and^Mr. Miller will
visit the factory.
1
W. J. Shelly of Willow City is regis
tered at the Metropole.
S. Bartlett of Casselton is a busi
ness visitor in the city.'
P. M. Edwards registers at the Met
ropole from Wahpeton.
F. S. McDonald of Sheldon is tran
sacting business in the city. '»V
C. A. Culbertson, of Eliderlift'Vi jlo
ing a business turn in the city.
Mrs. J. F. Callahan of Casselton was
in the city shopping last evening.
Attorney Lovell has returned from
the northwestern part of the state.
Mrs. D. Burton and, Miss Burton
were registered at the Waldorf from
WhcatOjn.
W. A McGoverh of Grattd Forks is
doing business in the city attd/ has
apartments at the Webster.
Manager Glenn Haltett of tlic Lynch
machinery house will spend Christmas
with friends at Fort Dodge, la. Later
he will visit the Twi$jCjtics and Chi
cago oii business.
Chairman Newton of the board of
county commissioners came in from
Mapleton this morning, and is look
ing after work on the $^exjfMid other
county business. 'V-..4,
at $fer
i 1 0 a n I O
-^V, j,- i
Fruit br (jake DisH,' new open edge shape, flow
er decorations,
at ..
1
Miss Eastwood, the efficient stenog
rapher for W. D. Hodgson, left Tues
day morning for a two months' vaca
tion at her home in Dixon, III. Miss
Eastwood has just recovered from a
y -r* i
THE i^ARGO FORUM'AND DAILY EEPtJBLIOilT, "TUESDAY EVENING,* DECEMBER
Special values at ...
Xmas Shoesiiand
rr
Men's Tan and
Romeo
Men's Black
Romeo ...
2.75
2.00
2.26
2.00
1.75
1.75
1.50
Men's Tan and Black
Opera Slippers
Men's Oze Kid with
the Elks' Emblem...
Men's Red Kid
Opera Slippers
Men's Black and Tan
Opera Slippers....*.
Men's Black Dongoia
Kid Slippers
Sugar and Cream Sot. fancy shape, leaf and solid
eolor, Idecorati'bJhJ.'^S g% eA
The set fcOG
Bread and Butter Plates, richly decorated with
flowers and gold thin, fine china, IT jx
a
45c
serious illness off three weeks, during
which time she was at a local hospital.
William Ball of Grand Porks is
down doing a turn iu the metropolis
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Cunningham of
LaMoure were arrivals at the Waldorf.
Wm. Story and family of Buffalo are
among the Christmas shoppers in the
city.
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Women's and Men's Twilled Silk'tJnv
brellas, 28 and 2§ inch., large line ol
handles in natu&lf ^pod, horn and
ivory, a bargain V v
a
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Commissioner Brown returned' this
morning from St. Paul, where he has
been on business.
Commissioner Landblom came in from
Harwood yesterday afternoon and did
a little Christmas shopping.
Edmund Roberts qf Amenia wais _a
visitor in the city today and transact
ed business, with the county officials.
Ed R. Twitchell, foreman for Bristol
& Sweet, was a pa-ssenger via the G.
N., Monday night, to points in Cana
da, to spend the Yuic tide season.
WORLD'S BEST PILE CURE/
Why endure torture from Piles till
you contract a fatal disease: when Buck
len's Arnica Salve cures,'or no pay, 25c.
Fout & Porterfield.
PLATEN'S MILLINER*.
Mrs: Flaten announces that she has
made satisfactory arrangements to
move her millinery store from the pres
ent location to the store at 103 Broad
way now occupied by Alex Kjellman,
tailor. The removal will take place the
first of the year. As an inducement to
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frames a tyrge variety of fancy.Wnd-
2.00
3.00
s
Women's'26 in. Umbrellas in groat
assortment of silk with finest handles
of pear, ivory, horn and natural
vVoods, all mounted with sterling sil
ver or gold, actual!) worth $7.00 and
$8.oo,
6.00
tadies' Fur
Romeo
Ladies' Felt Fur
trimmed Romeo\
Xmas
Ladies' Felt, Fur'
trimm'&l Rome
Misses' Felt^Furk-*
trimmed Romet^,.
Children's Felt Fur
trimmed Romeo
Ladies' Felt Sole
Slippers
Ladies' Felt Fur^
A-
trimmed Romeo
Santa Claus Headquarters h\ Our Basement
Jewel Boxes of decorated china,
pansy shape, various colors, at. ^vg Mllv
Cigar Ash Trays, richly colored and- |QA
in ne\v, grote^qi^ shap»
v
Shaving Mug, large size, with soap |"n
receptacle, pretty designs, at .fcllu
v .. 1 V
A FEAST FOR THE HOLIDAYS
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Fern Dish, sn»H*sfee, »ior table decoration, with
ipside perforated Hnk^, decoratW,
at
reduce the stock of fine millinery of
every description now on hand Mrs.
FJaten further, announces that she will
gWb^a discount of 50 per cent on all the
stock until Jan. 1, 1904. as she prefers
to sacrifice the stock" rather .tha^ -tO
move it.
NEW GERM DESTROYER.
0r. King's New Discovery kills Con
sumption and Grip germs. 'Cures
Coughs. Colds and Lung troubles or no
pajp S®, $i- Font'& Porterfiifld.
•:.* ALASKAN CURIO.
S
,...
With the compliments of W. T. per
»kins who also transmits a very "inter
esting descriptive letter, Frank Thomp
son was the recipient a day or two ago
of a number of curious things from
Alaska and ajso some specimens of Es
kimo handiwork which Mr. Thompson
jvilJ add to the already interesting
mucum in the Ivlasonic library. There
is a rude made paddle, or spake, made
from the scapula of a fcig fish and fas
tened together with walrus thongs. A
harpoon, cunningly designed for the ef
fective slaughter of the large variety
3£' fish a club' made from the bone of a
walrus used by the natives for killing
seal. A skull picked up at Cape Prinee
of Wales '011 an Indian grave. Cape
Prince of Wales, Mt. Perkins writes is
the lands end of America, continently
speaking. Frank Reed of Bismarck also
sends to Mt. Thompson a very band
some diamond willow cane made by
Chief Black Dog of the Sioux.
1 9 0 3
Mufflers,
Christmas Gifts for Men
Smoking Jackets
This store has gone' into this business on. lines generous to you in
value-and-assortment giving result the best line of' these favorite
and useful gifts for men in the city. The kinds are patterned for its
new to you.and liked by every man who has seen thern—the sort men
wear.
Smoking Jackets and House Coats of two-toned cloths*,' with contrast
ing collars and cuffs, cloth and silk cOrd binding, silk frog siijes for
njen of all proportions a great gathering at tht spec&i i" A
sale price of ..5.... .^ OiOU
House Coats and Smoking Jackets of Very' fine twO-lones, all wool
cloths, made in ^he new Tuxedo style and regular styleif- "V Effc
trimming and general finish of the very best .......... aOU
Clippers
5
1.60
rTrimmed
Gents' Furnishings
FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS:
Lottdtfin^ Robsa
!Prices lowered to the Littlest
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TOYLAND-JOYWlNP-for Boyt Girl»
This store is the best substitute for Fairyland on earth, and
.i^licjn you buy here-you bring them «i slic^:. of. that cherished land,
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THE COMMERCIAL, CLUB.
Some Important Mattel's to Be Decided hy the
Members of the Organization.
Phelps' is rpceiying jnjptnpt
replies ana many timely and valuable
suggestions from Commercial 'Club
the following and there appears to be a
by the board of trustees recently. They
^re being tabulated and a .vimmary o'f
all will be submitted at the January
meeting of the club. Much good to the
club and city will result from this move
ment if actively followed up. The ques
tions submitted to the members Avere
the following and there appears to ffea
unanimity in their answer to the fifth
query and their potency is summed up
to two words of three letters each:
Can you secure a new member? 1
Do you favor continuing'the cafe?-'
Will you patronize it whenever taking
meals down town?
What social features at the Club
Rooms can you suggest?
What project of a public nature ought
the club to become actively interested
in?
What general suggestions for the bene
fit of the club and the city, have you to
offer?
A register for enrollinjg the names of
visitors and guests was placed on' the
secretary's desk today and members
from now on are urged to see that the
autographs of their guests are placed
upon the pages of the book. The first
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ittaiteHMiHitiMi
Bath Robes. jS&W^W^
Dress Soit. CdiSSi,""
Silk HandkercKiefs» etc*
Leather Goods for Men
Traveling Bags, AA
front- .. Jv 47.50, to m*mm
Suit Case^!- .^ 4 O
from -V-i $i.$o tc IO
Dressing Cases, V
froiri ........ /....98c to
Cigar Cases,
o
-Y?s^£ 2
.Bpx^S,
.65c
to O
Collar and
from .....
v
..-
Bill Booksy
o
Pocket Books,
from
..25c to.
Colored
40-inch Wool, French Voiles^, in Several differ^|
shades. Per yard
Fancy Mixed Suitings, a .%«ry nice
e y a I
fS^8|®^::
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t*
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»ifection,:
Silk Eoliennesj, ^-inches wide jiist the thing fojr,'
evening wear, at, per yard }.. i!v. v.. V V"?£
Fancy Wool and SHk Mixed Crepe de ,Oteflfcr
Per yard
tlr
50-inch Brilliantines, in blue and red. at
Per yard ...:
The Greatest Aggregation of Toys
a^!
v
cj1
visitor.tqi sign the register was .J. C. /'i\ V
Coats of Marathon. Ia., a guest of O.
'W. Kerr at luncheon today and immed- »i
iately fallowing was R. G. Piper of
Leonard who was a guest of W. O. Ol- '.| U
sen.
CHRISTMAS? s I
SPECIALTIES
Christmas Tree Ornament» from S
lo to 100
Candy Beads, home made* per lb.W
Caady Canes
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Chocolates and Bon Bons
per Box, from
25c to $1.80
WALL &
324 Broadway 'Phone 900-At.
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