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Lake Pillows 75c i In order to stimulate W y wi •.% s: Care-Free Boys and Girls Never realize that playing on hands and knees, or cellar doors, is hard on stock ings. It's just fun for them. All you can do is tu let them play, and give them the most durable stockings you can find. Thi« is the PONT STOCKING we have for hoys and girls. All are de sirable, elastic, good looking and snug fitting. Exceptional values, A BE e a i 0 0 ONT-TWk'D OFF PPICfiS ton WILL HURRY As Soon as Franchise Is Granted Work on Street Car AJumMW-, Be Rushed.' Preparations for the extension of the street railway lines to the fair grounds in case the franchise is fin ally granted by the council are go ing rapidly forward. All the prelim inary work has been done, plans have Wen outlined for the laying of the ^triicks and the making of the curves, and the company is only awaiting the final granting of the privilege before ordering such materials as will be needed by wire. The company already has a quantity Of rails in stock but it will be neces sary to order a number of pieces for making curves and also a shipment of ,',70-pound rails for the new downtown WlRRwiVANHM WORTH A DOLLAR -p*- A DROP SOLD BT ALL GROCERS SHEARS NEED GRINDING? Do your shears and manicure scissors cut all right Then mt sharpen them well, quickly, and at small cost. We also sell the best cutlery made. KENYON & LIGHTER 7 SJghtti Street South, FARmQ Wholesale and Retail Hardware •mm A MOST VALUED DAILY COMPANION TO MEN OF ALL NATIONS—WHY It Is the Best Safety 8havinp, Device in the World. Makes self-shaving a pleasant amusement Instead of an Irksome task. Razor Complete, $1.50. Handsome Outfits, $2 00 and up. On sale In our Cutlery Department, 1 mBM 'SsLf Silk Underpricing for .y and Tuesday om specials for Monday and Tuesday Only. in. All Silk Pongee (natural color) yard 69c 27 in. All Silk Pongee (natural color) yard 24 in. All Silk Crepe de Chene (all colors) yard 3fi in. Black Taffeta Silk, yard. All loop. These are heavier rails than are ordinarily employed but their use is made necessary on account of the paving. The company has sufficient cars on hand to accommodate the crowds which it is expected will flock to the fair, but it will be obliged to put in some additional passing tracks and to lengthen a few of those which are already down. "We are doing everything possible to have the line extended to the grounds by the time the fair opens," said L. B. Hanna this morning, "and we believe we can accomplish the feat if the franchise is granted speedily. The reason we are making such a great effort to do this is because we believe it will be a serious detriment to Fargo and to the state fair if street car accommodation is not furnished this year. There have already been unfavorable comments by the papers in. different towns about the state, and strong pressure has been brought to bear on us by a number of the busi ness men of Fargo to push the line out to the fair grounds by some means. "Although operating the line the year round will entail somewhat of a hardship on the company we are go ing to do it for the credit of Fargo so that the visitors who come here may have street car accommodation to the fair grounds during the fair season." LUGER'S NEW U NDERTAKING ARLORS No. 11 Broadway. JOHN E. DOUGHERTY, loans ad Embalmer and Funeral Direc tor. Day or night. Phone 142-8. State Fair. No psrson .can be admitted on the fair grounds except those having their razors sharpened by Ben Hart, 205 Broadway. Drop in and see me. I have all sorts of second hand goods. I am Ben Hart, the bicycle man ev erybody knows Ben Hart. No. 67 Broadway Fargo THB FARGO FORUM AND DAItT RBPtTBLICAW, usual good silk business, we offer the following value, and can recommend it to you as beiftfr the best for the money in the city. Every yard is guaranteed, and will replace any reasonable claim, ror Monday and Tuesday 98c Dress Goods Special A large collection of Checked Suitings in Black and White, One Line Checks, etc. All are this A A springs goods, and sold up to $1.35 Silk Specials for Monday and Tuesday *ARGQ 59c 69c 98c per yard, For Monday and Tuesday vUt Cheney Bros.' Foulards designs and colors and this season's goods. Special Spring Millinery Reduced Our whole stock of Spring Millinery is being offered at prices greatly reduced* This is an elegant opportunity for the late shopper. Buy now when the assortment is good. continue on all of our NEW WOOL SUITS 49c LIVE STOCK EXHIBIT Stockman 8oek Reservation of Space for Exhibits at the State Fair July 23-28. Secretary Wilson of the state fair association received a letter this morning from L. H. .White, manager of the Envila Stock iFarm at Cogs well asking for a large amount of space at the state fair grounds. Mr. White indicated that he was anxious to exhibit a number of head' of stock including cattle, pigs, goats and stal llons. For the cattle alone, Mr. White is desirous of securing the reserva tion of ten double stalls. Other applications for reservations of space are coming in each day and the state fair officials feel highly elat ed at the excellent prospects of a suc cessful fair. •mith Writes of Contest. TFahpeton, N. D., June 1.—To The Forum: I wish to return the compli ment paid our high school students by Prof. C. E. Gray. Your schools have every reason to feel proud of all who represented It In the declamatory con test. They spoke superbly and best of all conducted themselves with such decorum that none felt badly to have them carry back the gold pin. I believe these contests should be extended so that each school shall meet at least one other each year. When I sent my challenge to Profess or Gray I had the hope In mind that U, If accepted, would serve as a be ginning for slmtlar contests over the state. To my mind it far exceeds athletic contests in educational values, and does not detract in the least from the tegular school work. We hope to meet your team again even If It takes home both pins. F. E. Smith, superintend ent. Ibsen Club. 1 The Ibsen club of the agricultural college held a special meeting at the residence of Prof J. G. Halland Mon day evening In respect to the disting uished Norwegian, Henrik Ibsen, who recently died. Besides the regular members of the club were present: Mr. and Mrs. Judge Hanson Rev and Airs. Fonkalsrud, and Miss Alice Hal land. After the intellectual treat of the evening, which was planned with spec ial respect to Ibsen, the guests sat down to a dainty repast prepared by Mrs. Halland. The Ibsen club was organized last year and although It has attained no great notoriety through the tress or on the college bulletin boards, It has been a source of much benefit to its members. The club has as Its object the study of Norwegian literature and has made a special study of the works of Hen- I rik Ibsen. SATtTCDAY FVEWTTO, WEATHER REPORT. EJ. S. Department of Agriculture, i Weather Bureau, Moorhead, Minn., June 2, 1906. All observations taken at 8 a. m. (75th Meridian Time^)1 WIND JTATION8, Hisrrmrck ... Calgary Devils Lake. Onlutli Edmonton,.. Havro Heleiia..... Huron Med. ilat.. Moorlinad.,. ju'Appelle.. it. Paul Williston ... Winnipeg... NW aw w CITY LOCALS. Cook paints signs, Phone 985. Have Knight Printing Co., print it. A crowd-drawing product. Dwight's lolden Link flour. Gunther's candies nothing nicer—at 'out & Porterfleld's. Keeps women's tempers even Owight's Golden Link flour. Phone 585 for Deimert & Murphy's [uick delivery of wines and liquors. We want some North Broadway lots once. Call on us if you have any hlng to sell. O. W. Kerr Co. The Klinsmann Co. will heat John Edwards' house on Seventh street outh with a Mueller furnace. MONEY TO LOAN ON FARGO CITY PROPERTY W. J. LANE, Over First Nat'l. Bank "Dr. J. N. oneppard, veterinarian, will i found at Casselmdn's drug store ntli further notice. 'Phone 618. Gross Bros.' new company, new jot rinting plant, does flne work, reason ble prices. Phone 791, .Keeney block. Get your help, male or female, from John Bolstad & Co., employment agency, 414 Front street, Fargo. Phone 151. MI9S AAGOT BORENSON INSTRUCTOR ON PIANO AND OBOAM 703 Fourth St. 8. Tel. 426-L. Bolles & Rogers have moved from 207 Broadway to their new building, 3(13 Broadway, and pay top prices for hides, pelts, furs, tallow, etc. Eugene V. Debs, the representative American socialist, speaks in Moor head at Fraternity hall tonight at 8 o'clock. Admission 25 cents. Plrle's ice cream department, Ships wholesale anywhere. Expert in charge. Reliable service. Pure ice cream properly made, Pirle, Fargo. FOR QUICK RESULTS List Your Property With W. D. HODGSON, Phone 125-L. We have a new and unique method of handling city real estate. Our own idea. Write or call on us for leaflet describing it. O. W. Kerr Company. See George H. Purchase's ad in real estate column of this paper In rela tion to free homesteads and R. R. ands fqr s*l» 1* 'tHi Golden Valley, N. D. V The O. W. Kerr Co., of Fargo sends out another Chartered Car excursion to Sunny Southern Alberta leaving Valley City Thursday morning June 7. See ad In this Issue. WE HAVE IT WOOD AND GO Alt tawed, Hard, »Plit Soft, __au i TfTftV, State of Weather Clear Pt. Ctondf CI wir Clear 8W NW .18 partly Lignite and F©uri?oot. Coke. GIBBS' GRAIN AND FUEL CO. T, D. Piatt, Looal Manager, Phone 1269. Deputy United States Marshal Stout and Postoftlce Inspector Frye left this morning for Minot to take charge of two men who were arrested there re cently on suspicion of being implicat ed In several postoffice robberies. Pure fruit flavor Ice cream in whole sale quantities, shipped anywhere. Out of town orders given prompt care by Plrle's expert ice cream maker— best man at the business in the west, city or country phone orders filled promptly. All classes of help for short or perman ent positions. L4ESON & POULSON, Employment Agents 4OS Front Street Phone894. The events of the commencement week at the Moorhead normal will be Inaugurated tomorrow evening when the baccalaureate sermon will be de livered by Rev. Charles Ryan Adams, pastor of the First Presbyterian church of this city. The address to the class on commencement night will be delivered by Hon. S. G. Comstock, and the presentation of diplomas will ALLEN, TAXIDERMIST, Maodai, 1. D. «, 1908. V'"v Cloudy Clear Clear Clear Pt. Clondy Clear Cloudy Clear Clear Clear BW 8 8W .02 S 8 Chicago Forecast. For Moorhead and vicinity and Red river valley: Fair tonight and Sun lay warmer tonight. Weather Conditions. The weather is generally clear this •nornlng with higher temperature, ov jr all sections, except the southwest ind gulf states, where rain has fallen, ind it is raining this morning at Dodge City and Wichita. A rainfall 2.24 inches reported at Memphis. The low over Alberta yesterday ha? noved slowly eastward and is cent ered th|s morning over Saskatchewan, md fair weather is expected in thi^ yicinity tonight and Sunday with varmer tonight. The barometer at Koorhead this morning was 29.06. H. W. Orasse, Observer, tC IJfM* Write™,. mm be by Hon. Alvah Eastman, president of the normal board. Job printing. Phone 791, Gross Bros. Have Glover make your show cases. Get a Pocket Savings Bank at the "Savings & Loan." The housewives worry preventative —Dwight's Golden Link'flour, The only Strate Dray line Sa Fargo, phone 774, office at Blake's. T5 Vaudeville, 2 to 5 VJ and 7 to 11 daily. Admission 10c, Children 5c. 106 B'way. Change of bill Monday and Thursday The Fargo Electric Co. does good wiring. 303 Bdwy. 'Phone 451. Bicycles and repairing at J. E. Johnson's Cycle Supply House. Have your eave troughlng done by The Klinsmann Co. Work guaranteed. Hoodwink the oculist. Madden Eye Medicine cures'eyes. Don't smart. 25c. For. flne job work at reasonable prices see Gross Bros. New plant. Keeney block. SEED BARLEY We have choice Manshury Barley, free from foul seed. Also Beardless barley FARGO SEED HOUSE FARGO, N. D. When in Moorhead go and see A. J. Rustad's new place, next to the south bridge, phone 369. Tomato, cabbage, cauliflower plants •best an,d earliest varieties only. Shotwell & Graver. Five hundred passepartout pictures Just received at McClane's art store, £5 and 25 cents. U N I U E lowest prices in town B. HARTSTEIN 402 Front Street, Fargo. If you have a house to rent,, list it with us. We have more calls than we can supply. O. W. Kerr Co. A marriage license was Issued by Judge Hanson this morning to Cur tis A. Balsom of Cando and Ida M. Mason of St. Charles, Minn. THE PANTORIUM Cleaning, pressing, dyeing. City and country trade solicited. 619 N. T. Ave. Fargo, N. D. Up to a late hour this afternoon 2S6 dog licenses had been taken out. The total amount netted by the city a« a result of the enforcement of the dog license ordinance is $350. A pile of rubbish In the rear of Fred Johnson's paint shop in Moor head caught fire just before noon to day. The blaze was extinguished be fore any amount of damage had been done. GEO. I. FOSTER & SON INSURANCE IN ALL ITS' BRANCHES Are now located two doors south of former location, rear Commer cial Bank, ground fbo%, AH companies represented 1ri this iigency will pay their losses by the San Francisco fire in full, and will continue to do business same as before that fire. C. L. Ward, representing the Swed ish-American Telephone Co., has es tablished himself in offices above the Fargo Plumbing & Heating Co. at 112 Broadway. Mr. Ward'has an ex perienced telephone man and has al ready installed several independent lines in the state for his company. It Is the Intention of the company to carry a stock of supplies in Fargo and ship direct from this point. Here tofore Chicago, Milwaukee and La- anos Our new pianos are so cheerful in tone aod bright io appear ance, that all who hear and see them exclaim at their at tractiveness. Yet there are other attributes. You will Had otter almost inestimable values about this line: Strich & Zeid ler, Schumann, Straube, Brink erhoff, Schaeffer, etc. Full line of Victor Talking Machines and Records. Luger Furniture Co. 12-14 BROADWAY, FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA. UROEST HOUSEFURNISHERS IN THE NORTHWEST. For Lighting and Heating--Absolutely Safe FURNISHED BY THE Far^o Incandescent Gas Machine D. W. THOMAS & CO., F^.N D. Crosso have been the nearest points such supplies could be had. Ship your hides, pelts, furi to 1. S. Smith & Co., Fargo. WASEM & GAAR0 Embalmers and Funeral Direct ors. Lady Attendant. Specialists, We want to meet parties who have some residence lots for sale. A ten acre tract adjoining the city limtta will beconsldered. O. W. Kerr Co. MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY PROPERTY W. D. Hodgson. Phone 125L A daughter was born this morning to Mr. and Mrs. George Ormal) Rich ardson of 914 First avenue north. Both Mrs. Richardson and the child are doing well. :4 The O. W. Kerr Co., of Fargo sends out another Chartered Car excursion to Sunny Southern Alberta leaving Valley City Thursday morning June 7. See ad in this issue. Miss Bertha French will take pupils who wish to make up 6th grade Work in a term of six weeks from July 9 to Aug. 17. Enquire room 47 O'Neill block, or phone 1206-M. David Moug, charged With dispel ing of mortgaged property, w^s held fo the district court for trial by Jus lice Miller late yesterday afternoons He was released on $250 bonds. SALARY LOANS FURNITURE LOANS Money loaned to honest employes oil yonr plain note. Ensy to borrow ensy payments. Strictly confidential. Loans ou furniture, pianos, etc., on the installment plan. W. MAHON G. Booms 31-32 Huntington Blk., Fargo, A petition in bankruptcy was filed in the office of the clerk of the federal court this morning by Warren Sum ner, a farmer residing at Valley City. His assets are given ^t $1,972, includ ing exemptions to the amount of $1, 612, and liabilities at $1,432.12/ HAV Baled Hay $5.00 per tea. Also hay in stock. W. D. HODGSON. C. P. Brown has been appointed manager of the Fargo & Moorhead Street Railway Co. He has acted as assistant to Manager R. E. Heath, whose resignation became effective yesterday, and has had considerable experience in street railway work. Additional Locals on Page Seven. 1134 two mom I. n w FOR SALE One Large Troem ner Coffee Mill One 1-Horse Power Ejlectric Motor rf I'U'M TIIILI4N»* j, We offer the above mill and motor for sale, it being our in tention to put iri a combination ^riader and pulvemgr. T. E. YERXA fiT k 1 W '•ij'-V r'i-V t- ..-*: i i i V H." v i ,k. A L,f .jf. ""t ff** N V r'