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0i ,r ti'-: A'-fS# !pX' v., !"4'r TEN WORDS ONE WEEK FIFTY CENTS word after inser Rates for Classified Advertis ing: One-half cent a word per insertion after first Insertion 25 ?cents f«r first insertion of any ad up to 25 words—then one cent a DOGS, DOGS. DOGS. •?v 'pBDIQRKBD—Bull Terriers aDd Great Danes, always on hand, dogs at stud, all other non tporting breeds for sale. Doffs boarded by week br month. Fargo Konnols, 1432 Second Avenue V -ipoath, Fargo. N, D., phone 613. *4 POSITIONS WANTED Vi:V. "1I/ANTFD—A set of books to keep evenings, i&t Address Xlt. care Forum. WASHERWOMANroar wants work by the day. Mrs. Milstien, Boston Hotel, tf ADY, good penman, desires clerical and i- stenographic work. Address Al, care -Koruni. !v' ^•EXPERIENCED bonkkooper want* eveuiug fi-i\C employment: will do any clerical work re ~M -ft wholesale exinjrience. Address B. K., ^'J^tail an v'Foriim. 0SlTlON WANTED—By all-around rrintor v£3^ capable of doing all the work connected l,^vitli Reltin^ out a weekly. Would like the iliianuKomont of u country wnekly. Best of ref •fyunees. Address Ex.. cure F*rum. ,? POSITIONS TO'FILL. ^1X7ANTED -Man of onerpy, address and in 'vv tellideuco to travel. For interview ad- -lress H. Forum. ,lr .. COMPETENT girl wauted for general honse work trust be good cook: family of two gh wages. 207 Tenth Street. North. ln* FOR SALE. CTANDINO office desk, oak, j10. »V Casf Xvill fell for $60. W. H. Stewart. It i AGENTS WANTED. National Register, good condition, value $125, |"^t)OD, clean Buffalo Coat, trimmed with un *T plucked n terj frood as new. For sale cheap flor cash. Address Ferris .V Grady, Fargo. 11 th Call at '512 First ''A GKNTd WANTED—To sell the Hydro-Car hon Lighting system. f!«li M? Pirat j*. oime North. FOB SALE OS EXCHANGE. AA/E DO genoral land and trading business. v* Merchandise stocks taken in exchange. Unuch and limber lands in largo tracts. Write lis at once. Twin City Lhihi iU)1- A Trading Co., 206 Chamber Commerce, St. Paul. Minn. fcfOK UP-TO-DATE DRESSMAKING see Mrs. •A •). C. Mclntyre. Worn done at moderate OCO'L" ^^-Avcaua Soutlu-.-'l'hon^ LOST. OST--A tmir if girl's spates on Fifth Avenue, near Eighth Street. South. Fiudor please jteturii to W. .1. CJnpn, oil ice 2.1 Broadway resi Hence 821 Fifth Avouu South. WHAT OTHERS SAY. Jfv M. Voder: 'Hie Fargo Grocery 'a -JjCo. Ki'ilf be closed all day tomorrojv and J» deliveries will be made. Frank J. Thompson: The box from ^Turkey can be seen in front of the K.^$jMasonip. 'I^iiiple, Ali. ngbjl^, sljpuld done "come this evenihg to tee) !*it A. W. Smith, Sav'hem: There will be special business meeting of Dacotah :tTribe. No. J. I. O. R. M., this evening ,|n I-oyal Knights Hall at 8 o'clock. :'-'\^\ll brothers are requested to be pres v^p|nt. 'Hiere will be degree work follow !,K^d by a Haymaker meeting. Refresh ^:-:^|iients will be served. JT. F. Treat, 111. Potjentalc:- El box ha|? arrived and be 3|||Pcticd tonight at Masonic Temple. !ie ancient custom of watching the old y|'ear out will be observed^ Ask your the front-door unlocked. i .. J.' .- Lx-Mayor Johnson: I have seen in press tha^ Adctiria Patti was in i ^|Winneai)olis and sang there.last night. ^rst time I satv and heard her -f^^fvas i4i Stillwater, Minn., in 1857. She S ^vas then traveling with Olc Bull^and "j,vCi|he price for the best seats to hear*the .'"'two was 50 cents. She was then a 'looting lady of/ I should say, 18 or 19 I Metropolitan I Skating Rink. NORTH BROADWAY Open every afternoon and v SSS «v®n,w Ilj I 1 •, I.II •_) v '..I ')•*.*» III i GRAND Band Con Sunday ^nd Tuesday '341^0 New' Year's A$»m Evening. Ch i Seasorr ^2 Children Adults 25c 'j® HE Man who never reads the want ads." is one who lacks that alert business sense which belongs to those who are always climbing up in life. TEN WORDS ONE WEEK FIFTY CENTS word after inser- Rates for Classified Advertis ing: One-half cent a word per insertion after first insertion 25 cents for first insertion of any ad up to 25 words—then one cent a .word -v $ FOB RENT. EURNI8HED ROOMS- North. T?OR A SOi 8ixth Avenue RENT-Front rooms-r-lll Sixth Avenue JNorth. u OR HINT—Furnished room and bath, with board. V„ Forum. ^~\NE FURNISHED ROOM to rent for gentle- v-/ men. )20'/i Broadway. LARGE BARN for rent, just off Broadway Apply Chesley Lumber Co. pl'RNISHED ROOM—Reasonable 1101 Third Avenue South. 'Phono 1060 L. IJOR RENT—Furnished room light, batlu 'phone. ."il Third Street North. OR RENT—Furnished room with bath 2:5 Eighth Street Morth, near postottice. npW'O FURNISHED ROOMS- All modern con venieuces. 1024 Swoiul Avenue North, COR RENT—Desk room in well equipped of- 1 fices. Apply F. F. Lincoln, Magill Bldg. ^UKNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT-Lightedj 1 heated and bath, il4 Eighth street South. pOR RENT—Eight-room house, centrally lo-^ A cated. Inquire 25 Eighth Street North. rfJVE-ROOM HOUSE: all conveniences oud block west of High School. 120.1 Second Avenue South. •p^OR RENT—Largo room on ihird floor Davis Block. Inquire of P. A. Ball, at Ball, Wat sou & Maclay's oilice. UOR REVT—Store room and basement in opera houso annex. Ci«ar find candy priv uego of opera house goes with itore. Call at Walker Bros. & Hardy. VX/OOD SAWYER wants work. Leave oiders at Call office. Merrill Russell. "llf ANTED—Stenographers ta get their fcype- vv writers cleaned and repaired at the N. D. Book and Stationery Co. WANTED 10 RENT. AA/ANTED TO RENT burniahf-d room with moderp.t!onveniences, by reputable jrung man. Address, stating price. E. J., caro Forum. BOARD AND ROOM OFFERED DOARD AND ROOMS—Can bo had at MrS F. A. Paige's, U21 Tenth Street doutn. years of age and was trav her father as her manager.' HE HAD BOOZE BUT NO GUN. Louis Antique, On a Confession of Drtnk,'Es capes a Nasty Scrape. Louis Antique, a farm hand arrested last night by Desk Sergeant Wood of the'city police department on complaint ot Harry Beshoar, charging Antique with pulling a gun on him, was arraigned in city court this morning oil a plain drunk charge. He- entered 'a plea of guilty and wa« sentenced.to pay a fine of $5. He had no money and was sent down tQ do four tliyS. Beshoar rushed itito the police'station last night and informed the desk ser geant that a man out near the city limits 011 Eighth Street South had accosted him along the roadside, and, pulling the gun, made..threats on his life. The desk sergeant immediately repaired to (he scene and found Antique in«a drunk en condition and in the act of holding up a man who was driving in a buggy. He was immediately arrested and taken to the station, where a search revealed two bottles of whisky ,and np gun. In court. iH*s morning Antique stated that he did not pull a gun 011 Beshoar that he presumed he pointed one of the flasks of whisky at him, but that he was so drunk at the time that he did not know exactly what did.happen. Beshoar was not so sure this morning about the gun play and the matter was passed up with a plain drunk charge. Antique is a farm laborer^ who is a familiar figure in police court, and has always been considered, an inoffensive fellow. Until recently he was employ ed, on: the Sanders farm. v GOLD WAVE TONIGfIT: i Observer ^rasse of the United States weather bureau 'phones there 'will be a cold wave tonight and the temperature will drpp to below zero, before mornr Dakota Farmer: We hope Mr. Ker rick. tlie well Jtno\vw .way-up feeder, is ^ight wheti he says that he expects to ^eeeive $8 a hundred for fat stock next fpring. He says: "Fifty cent corn can be fed pftrntably on the market ext spring. Presidential year is pop f,s an off season biit indicate c.omiue n now ami clec A v# vfd* hi* 1 500 $4 v T^OUR furnished rooms for housekeeping to man and wife with no children. *15 per month to reliable party who will take care of place until spring. Mrs. M. Sheridan, 611 Eighth Street North. 'Phono 627. X?OR RENT STORES-The present quarters of the Hall-Robertsor. Hardware Co.. con sisting of four stores seventy foot deep with dry basement all heated. Possession given in Jan uary. Enquire on the premises. MISCELLANEOUS. $22.50 1 w with $1,300 W 1^::^^—— v. ,1 •..*i!' Per tncli, One Time Per Inch, One Week. 'Per Inch, One Month SNAPS THAT MUST GO. rtr *i-2()-137-63 -3V4 miles from good market: 2iX acres under cultivation, small house a n e n y o o w a e s a i i a k oarn, clay subsoil. Price per acre $12.50. Cfl good farmers wanted for choice home steals in northwestern part of North Dakota. Call or write at once. TRAVLRSE LAND COMPANY, Dept. C. I w D. ANGELL, 51« N. P. Ave. JAf% Acres in Norwegian and German settle ment. four miles from station, in Miune sota 10 acres lioavy timber, oak and maple: 80 acres meadow, balance small timber fine stock farm, 3ia TiO jier aero. Tluys 9-room house and barn Kee mo for other bargains. 011 Per acre for a fino half section farm in Cass County, within miles of station fair house, good large barn, go«d granary and well. Terms only §'J,OOQ cash, balance small annual payments or half crop plan, with por cent. Vacant Fargo City Property. 70 Choice Residence Lots on South Si lo, within one to four blocks of paving sewer, water and new proposed street car ltn at following prices— 5 Lots..... ...$125.00each 5 Lots .S150.00 each Addition—$60.OC tSach—within five blocks of street car line. 25xl50-Foot Lots on Sixth Street South, on paving, and within 100 feet of car line Price $200 00 each. 2 Pr Choice Residence Lots, 50x150, on "the North Side, within three blocks of Broad way, at $00 00 each, and one lot at $500.00. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. QAA Acre tract of wild or unimproved land 5 miles northeast of Sandoun in Bau som County, on tho Soo Road will exchange for a stock of general merchandise, groceries or hardware. FOR SALE or w EXCHANGE for Fargo city property—Three line, well-se lected half sections of laud in western Manitoba. Yrll Improved Iowa farms for good well improved North Davota or Minnesota land in Red River Valley. WM. HALL BEST AGENCY, Telephone 188. .610 Front St. Six-room house, brick foundation woodshed and small barn, south (font, one block from Broadway. 11 CAA Six-room house, brick foundation, «pi,?irv pantry, cellar, closets. Lot r»5xl40 to alley, lawn, trees, shrubbery, stone sidewalk, one biock from liroadway. ft A A modern seven-room hoase island Fark. $3,500 A nine-room house 011 Firth Ave nue South. Modern, except heat. $3,500 A new eight-room house on North Broadway—oast front. JUDGES EXCHANGE BENCHES. Jufta^ PoUock Will Oo to WabiwtMii ifld ^idee Lauder Will Come to Fargo. ft was semiofficially announced today that Judge Lauder of Wahpcton and Jndgc Pollock of Fargo will exchange benches. at the January term, which convenes at both place on the fifth of pext month. The reason assigned for :^the change is that both jurists are preju diced in a number of cases that will come up. for triaL iti thcir respective' courts. This morning Ju^spc Pollock heaid a number of motions for new trials in civil actions. Inhere is nothing set for hearing this afternoon and court will take a recess until after New Years. RACING MATINEE. With beautiful weather and tlie ice ih splendid condition tfic owners and ad mirers of fast horses had a good time 011 the river yesterday afternoon. Ex SherifT Wilson acted as the starter and |je arranged the evtns so that they were |lre maximum of interest to the large Jjiumbcr of onlookers. The results by glasses wcre as fojlpws: A Cl.AS* jna VV 'rank S Cf.ASS 7& AffD IWILt BEPUBLTC^T, TiftrRSDAfc EVENJX&, IHWEMIIEH 31, tW.1 v lot .r)xl")0 foot, on Eighth Street South, HAVE YOU LAND TO SELL? Oend us $2.00 and wo will send you the names of 1.000 raJ estate men in Minneafiolid ami St. Paul, Minn. Write Western Surety and 'Adjustment Com pany, Suite I2C-7-8, Andras Building, Minneapolis, Minn. HENRY KROGH, 720 Front Street. $125 TO $300 [.''otohoMerteailloca: lions—if taken at onee. 1 lAA Ftr 5-room cottage with lots, Sec 1 thVV on Avenue South. A SNAP Cozy cottage: barn shade trees good location, only $1,030 if taken at oncg. H. AMERLAND, 520 N. P. Ave, djOC Per acio buys a find quarter section, all under cultivation, only five miles from tlio city limits of Fargo. ffiO 17 Per acre for 880 acres of fine prai %J rie land, within 45 miles of the city of Winnipeg terms cash. This is a bargain. 1 OA choice residence lots on south side each 50x140 at from $lir).'0 to $350.00 each. Alt within one to four block of new elec tric car line. $0.25 l.OO 3.50 H. G. OTIS, Parjfo National Bonk Build Miff. GENUINE SNAPS. -1 Acres improved, three miles from Re gina. Assmiboia, at $15.00 adjoining laud held at $20 00 to $25.00. This land raised 83 bushels of oats per acre in 1901, •pOUR sections near railroad, south of Rogina, at low price and easy terms. There is prob ably no better wheat land on the American Continent. FREE HOMES. i D. H. BENSON, Of Roseau, Roseau Co., Minn., TS preiared to locate 100 or moro set tiers on good government, lands— timber hinds and farming lands—where lands will becvorth in a very short time $l,00Jper ipmrter sect.ioa: also deodf^d lands for sale, ranging from lo$12 lior acre. whero the black loam soil is 12 inches deep, with clay nb--yil. I'lonty of timber and water. SECTIONS of choice North Dakota .and. $ j.00 per acre. This tract within nine miles of main line \*. P. Ry, Kasy terms. »f' SOPHY LAND COMPANY, i 5 ?f Smith Block, Fanco, N. D. W. D. HODGSON, Rear First National Bank, Forgo. CITY LOTS. CflY Ati Foot lot. sewer and water, within TV 75 feet of paving closo to school Sonthsiiie—$315 COY 1 "Jfi Seventh Avenue 8onth, between 1 Eleventh and Thirteenth St.—$:*)0 CftY 1 Foot lot. First Avenue North jVAItAt\ U fine building spot—$ i00. CAY 1 A.C\ F°°c lot, sewer and water, iu good locality, near school—£275. A Y i A i Corner, Fourth Avenue South, t*" close to High School —fl.000. CAV lijA Corner, Eighth Street South 1TV 0 paving, sewer, water, trees—$S"0. FARM SNAP. 1 (%0 Acres, 41J miles from Fargo 00 acres I OU cultivated. Farm rented tho last season for W ©arllr retrt. Price for'short time $20.00 pur a re, with $2,500 cash. 1 AAY 1 A(\ Feet—Businoss property. Fifth 1 vvA 1 TU Street North a snap--2).'i00. Broadway, east front 25X140 g&: v 12 Lots... $200.00each 1J6 Lots ........ $250.00 each 1 A(\ Choico Building Lots in Huntinstort'l OC Foet—Business lot—with half wall right First Avenue North—$1,800. FOR RENT. J^ABN-t'N^ar Great Northern Depot. JJOUSi—Six rooms, waim central location W. J. LANE, Smith Block, Farjjo, N. D. 603 best corner lot in tho city for an apart ment house. Wool »n Front Street, 25x140 feet, for »125 cash if sold at once. 282 $$ner lot' 103ll48 Buy D. & P. gloves. on southside. CQ'l Good lot on Sixth Avenuo North, 50x150, large trees, south front, water aud sew er. $400. "Dusiness lots on liroadway. N. P. Avenne and First Avenue North. CQO 2 good lots on First Avetine North, south front, 50x140 each $125 each. CQ Lot on Tenth Street North. 100x150 foot, 1 east front, $50. SL/LjL Lot on Ninth Street North, 50x140, ea*t front, for only #225. 489 Corner lot on Third Street North, 50x110, Lot 125x150 on Teuth Avenne South, ODZ $375, North Dakota Farms Pheli-1 Rule Wilkes Maud Free Booklet de.«crih»nir ll.c Moum Kivor vftUty. !ie«t of Hoi), ample* rainfftll. elittiie Hello .• pleutT ••r u arvr ito«1 cheap fuil. Ktrm« fortbeDis lv«*M two T«'»rn. gaM now for tockk't. Sift lwiAiit.lt act,HJ. GLASS C. i-'ii Brownie .. Crimson King/^^ $ e If it- --y.a Notice to creditors'. In the matter of the estate df Theo dore C. Williams, deceased. Noticc is hereby given by the tinder signed, Delorna Williams, administra trix of the estate of Theodore C, Wil liams, late of the city of Casselton, in the county of Cfss and State of North Dakota, deceased, to the creditors of, a^id all persons leaving claims against, said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice,, to F. A, Ball, resident agent of Dated Nov. 25th, (D. ^t'd: admii^istratrix. at the office of Baft,' & Maclay, «*t the city of Fargo Cass County. A. DELOMA WlfXlAMS, Nov. 26: Administratrix. Dcc. 3.10,17. 24. 31) 7 v s -H COMING EVEWTS. v^.'. Friday, Jan. 1. ptttr C. E of PtNbr^ CtttKk Monday, Jan.. 4* ~y Cou' ty commissioners nul. City council m.ets. 'Wednesday, Taa 'ft* Board ot education meets. Thumday, Jan. sJ, Annufmeclmg cf Mu-.tcal Cluh. Mondav, Jan. ft. Annual meeting cf Riven id* Cimctttjf Auoetattoa Tuesdav. Jan. 19. Grain Growers' convention ctavmu. N. D. Poultry Sht-w. Wcdncslay, JamJtO.' Grain Growetr.' convc .ition. r, N. O. Poultry Shew. Cofttinc.ital Hoec Co. muqut Thursday, Jan. H. Grain Growers' convention. N. D, Pou try Shew. Friday, Jan. 22. Grain Growers convention. N. D. Poultry Show. Tuesday. Jan. 26. Coutttko.se bends c'ec'iot*. Note—All meotings are evenings nntpu otherwise spcclfled. These announcements will be kept standing, and we shall be glad interest^ D0t,Ce8 8CDt l° ..•/J Have Knight Printing Co.f pfftft it. Blank books—Have Knight Printing Co:, make them. Gunthcr's candies—nothing niccr-4 at Font & Porterfield's. For wood and lignite pricey tots see ad of L. B. Gibbs. There are many choice articles for New YcaFs gifts -at. McClanc's Art Store. Canton lLoyal of I. iO, Q. F. has ar ranged to give a hall on Tnesday, Feb. 16 at Pirie's Hall. 4 FOR RENT—Large modern honae. jast rellniyhed, new lieating plant, warm houBe. Lease and iosse8-i(ii criven Doc, 1. Apply at once. C. 0. Flsmlag, Waldsrf The true and final test of flour is baking, visit the testing rooms of the "Dwight Flour" mills. 5 Go to Fulton Market £pr pqrk chops, ro cents per pound pork sausage in casings, 3 pounds for a quarter. For Sale—Stock of furniture and un dertaking, doing a good business. No competition. Must sell at once, K. S. Thordarson, Edinburg, N. D. WALKS* Piano Tuner, Grand Forks, N. D. Principal Roate: Grand Forlts to Great Falls, Mont. Qreat Falls to Helena, Hel ena to Fargo. N J)., Fargo to Grand Forks. Address to Grand Forks, N. D. All mail will be forwarded. People used to 'look for work" by go ing from place to place and asking for it. It was just one of '"the old ways." Nowadays the want ads do the '"running about." See page seven, People wanting fancy going out tonight?' fruit cakes or plain or layer cakes of any descrip tion, made up or made to order can secure fine fresh goods by 'phoning Nordale's bakery. All goods delivered. When a woman's best friend, the mir ror, tells her she is not "looking her best that morning, it speaks the truth but in Fargo this need not worry a woman: for she knows she can just run over to the Marvin Earl Cox Beauty parlors, and in a short lime reappear with all the graces that make a wonmu queenly.. Why not come over this afternoon if yott $24*25 Per Month FOR ONE HUNDRED MONTHS Without interest, buys a home in good condition, in desirable location. Money to loan on improved eitjr property, Fargo Building I Alinh Secre- Association r. MVUgil tary Major parling smaslied the record yesterday afternoon for high runs as a local amateur hilliardist, making one of 43 in a game with F. E. Dibley, one of tlie scries iu the senior tournament which is in progress at the Broadway. The major was handicapped 150 to Mr. Dib ley's 90 points. Tlie latter was only able lo roll up forty-one while his opponent made his quota of points. In Ihc evening game W. Y. Ogdcn who was handicapped against C. H. Anheier de feated his opponent no to 56 points. Among the juniors E. Green defeated C. Y. Brown and J. Curran defeated Mr. Green, 65 to 62. Tonight, in the senior ?^'^V'v! 1 class. 11. K. A P.owloc will play A, Ilcadltind. s *-J Cook, sifi^ts^opp. Masonic Temple. I or Ericksofl'fr i^toto 4tndio 'phone 664L. v.'.- FARM LOANS Payable On '/:3 or Belaid At Lowest Rates. IL P. L0IMH. r«TB0 Nail Bank Drink Enid's freshly roasted coffcc. ^t's a good' habit. John Berg sharpens skates, R&tfey IBlock, near ice rink. 'Phone No. 15 if you waftt 4 night or day. Jeff Young & Co. lD CITY LOCALS. Try ground oyster shells and a§ffct, egg food for chickens, at Stanford'IT i* .. All makes of typewriters clcaned|.jre* paired, rented or sold at the N#rth Dakuia Book & Stationery Co- Builders' Supplies for big and little contracts: wall-plaster, lime, cement, etc. N. D. Tii« Works, Front Street. Trunks, bags, suit cases. We ffave dccidcd t» close out this line of goxls at cost. Call early. W. H. Stewart & Co., corner of Broadway and N. P. Avenue. First N^^^ljttth^raiil Chtlticlh, ocimer ^Roberts Street cind Fourth Avenue North. Services New Years Day at y :jo p. m. All are welcome. A. O. Fonkals rud, pastor. Fargo Carpet & Rujr Co Mako Riifcfi, Clean Carpets, Clean Sew tag Machines, Repair Sewing Machines. Sell Repairs, Oil and Noodles for all Ma chines: I (07 Eighth SCS. "Phone 319 W. II. Stewart Co. has bought out Hunt & Whisnand's harness business at the corner of Broadway and N. P. Avenue where .the company will be found hereafter. v v The Eagles enjoyed a social St|kian after the disposition of considerable im portant business including the initiation of a good class of candidates. There was a very encouraging attendance and a good time for all. It isn't how much cold cream a wo man puts on her face but how much Rocky Mountain Tea she takes inside that brings out real beauty. Rocky Mountain Tea complexions s^y,. cents. Fout & Porterfield. 'PlIAT COLD and *ore throat can V Vn' k' Ll\ ..... u Masonic Temple J. IAjm: O'Neill |P^p.:|i?KDeiiler *??sSks 35 1 be S w KNOCK hi) for sure b^. u»lng H. W. 1 Cojuh, Catarrh, Consumption At all druggists. Barker's Remedy. Miss Rasella Hyncs has accepted a po sition as stenographer in the office of the Nichols & Shcpard Co. and Miss Ilart man who has been in the office of T)r. Callander for some time has accepted a position with Dr. J. H. Rindlauh. The. big time is at the Salvation Army Hall tonight at 8 p. ni. Special music and coffee and cakc after the meeting. There will also be a great watch night meeting commencing..' at 11:15. The officers and soldiers of Moor head corps will unite with us. You are sure of a gx»d time if yen come. 'All are welcome. $N'- PRIOB had of. Temple, or at Forus| Can dry a1 Office. arc OH/NTS O. MoKen^: Mr. and Mrs. C). J. deLendrecije and Mrs. Lulu Edwards and daughter left this afternoon for Casselton to attend the wedding of Mrs, S. M. Stevens to Chas. Bogle at the h^mc of the bride's friends, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lean. The wed ding will occur "at 8:jo thi evening and Rev. Willard C. Lyon will officiate. The pleasant Lean home has been homesome ly decorated with smilax and carnations for the occasion. Miss Jessie Edwards gunned in white lace, will act as ring bearer, carrying the beautiful solitaire diamond wedding ring to the altar on a white satin pillow. The bride will be gowned in white French voile over white taffeta. After the wedding a reception will be held at the home and the hamjv couple .will leave on the cast liound N. P. coast train for Chicago and New York. Thev will be at home at the Waldorf after Jan. 10. Mrs. Stevens has been in chargc of the cloak depart ment at dcLendrecic for some time and it is understood the popular lady will not sever lu-r connection with the store for another year. Mr. Bogle is a well known traveling man for the Gaar-Scott T. M. Co., whose headquarters is Fargo. Many friends wih the happy couple a pleas ant journey through life. Cf in fm Irfv4 ms w.