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MEW IOMG KID
GLGVLS
i n gray, mode,
black and white,
•id and 16 button
lengths,in
all sizes,
adles' Suits—In Blouse Jackets pnd length 'coat
i :cts, all made ol excellent quality materials, jacket'
silk lined, skirt full pleated effect suits that sold at
fx.m $i2.jo to $2$.
Your choice Monday and Tuesday. ..A .*»
JUVENILE SUITS flALF PRICE
Mioses' Suits, 10 to 15 years ahsolufefy new and stylish
garments in blouse, and box jacket effects, ibices
r.mging from
$7.50
to *12^, Monday and Tuesday at
Exactly Half Price
BLACK TAFFETA REDUCED
for Monday and Tuesday
250 Yards 27 inch Fine Black
Chiffon Taffeta Silk, beautiful rich
luster splendid for waists and diesses,
St .39 quality, Monday and OQtffe
u e s a y
350 Yards of fine white Mercerized
vVaistings in neat designs, our 50c
values, Monday and Toes- O Cfc a
day, only U «fC
•o Pieces of 27 inch fine white Waist
ings in lace stripes and small figures,
18c quality, special,
at
MORE NEW WHITE WAISTS
Just received another large shipment
uf waists from the Royal Marquise
and Standard manufacturers, special
values offered at $1.25,
Sfi.So,
$2,
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522-524 FRONT STREET, FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA
vingionday' and feday
Radical Reductions on 'ladies* arid Misses' Suits
The Offering Consists of Four Lot^, and ^eYiave Never Offered Better Values
5.50
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NEW FANCY SILKS AT HALF PRICE
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Monday morning we place on sale 35 pieces of New
Fancy Louisine and Fancy Taffeta Silks in neat checks
md stripes, in the popular grays, black and white,-etc.,
1.25 and $1.50 values.
Special Monday and Tuesday
and dresses.
Special
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WASH STOCKS REDUCED
Another lot of those White Mercer
ized Wash Stocks, enibroidt: 1, in
white and colors, worth up
io 25c, special, only....... I UC
8.50
$2.50 to ....
25 dozen of Ladies Fast v white
Lawn Waists, special -y
value at OG
CORSET DEPT. SPECIAL
50 dozen of Tape Girdles, in white,
pink and light blue, with hose sup
porters attached, special Monday and
lTysd?y:
e..ch
49c
CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES
A complete line of Children's Wash
Dresses in ginghams, Percales, etc.,
sizes one year to fourteen years,
prices range from 35c
.3,50
Mrs. K. B. Edgar and daughter,
M*iy, aie visiting Minneapolis i'xiends.
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Mr. laid Mrs. O. E. Alahl announces
engagement of Miss Martha Mad
eline to C. S. Cable. Miss Madeline is
$ niece of Mrs. Aahl.
£xSK£
Mrs. J. B. Warren left Monday
morning for-Adrian, Mich.
Mrs. W. t. Darling I^ft Tuesday
morning for a four weeks' visit to St.
Paul.
Late Society News
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Additior a! Society News on Page 13, Part Two
Albert Stone formerly of Fargo,
S1.Mrs.Rouse.
ow of Spokane, is the guest 'o| Mrs,
P,
Miss Hardy, sister of J. P. Hardy,
Arrived Thursday in Fargo from Eng-
tir
nd to make an extended visit with
brother.
Mrs. Dr. Campbell and children
started for Adran, Mich., Tuesday
?orning.
They expect to spend some
me there visiting with relatives.
4 Miss Carrie Eddy returned Thurs
day from spending the winter with
her at Cleveland, O. She
ports having had a most enjoyable
and comes back much improved
fmegrandmother
abe
is in the
Ladies' S|»ifcs--With long coat and short pony jacke
effects, ajl of them silk'or satin lined skirts, wide plea
ed skirl,"effect. Suits that sold at from A
"*^'$25 to $4$. Ch&ice Monday and Tues... OaOv
,J,ADIES' VOILE AND BROADCLOTH SUITS
^1'xclusive models carried over from last season mad
of finest quality French Voiles and Bioadcloth, in blac
^tnd Colors with silk drops to match. The silk drop
alone are wort.li a great deal more than we ask for tl
entire suit. Worth from $45 to $80.
4 Jfour choice Monday and Tuesday......
EXCEPTIONAL
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WHITE WAIST1N0S
SpeciaTMonday and Tuesday
FINE CORSET COVERS
at Half Price.
Two lots of fine Corset covers, slight
ly counter mussed, at Just Half Price.
Regular $1.50, $2, $2.50, and $3 Cor
set Covers at just Half Price.
Corset Covers and Short Skirt com
bined, worth $2.50 to $4, at Just Half
Pricey
Special Opportunities in Our White Section for Monday and Tuesday
FINE WHITE ORQANDIES
Only a limited quantity
72 inches wide, suitable for """'stsf
60c quality,
itt
Regular $2.50 and $3 Gowns at Jut Half Price
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EMBROIDERED PATTERNS
The balance of our stock of Embroid
ered Waist Patterns that sell at $2.25,
$2.50 and £3. Monday and Tuesday
at
25 PER CENT DISCOUNT
BATH TOWEl, BARGAIN
25 dozen extra heavy, large size Bath
Towels, with hemmed ends .regular
25c value. Monday and 4
Tuesday special, each.,.. I CPU
HOSIERY OPPORTUNITY
25 dozen of Ladies' embroidered col­
ored Hose, in navy, cadet, brown a nd
black and white fancies.Special Mon
day and Tuesday, E Am
Per pair OUC
UNDERWEAR BARGAINS~
50 dozen of women's fine white ribbed
sleeveless vests finished with tape
around neck and shoulder os.
Special value Monday and ffe
A
Tuesday I UP©
"~NEW SILK GLOVES
Kayser's Patent Finger Tip Glove, in
silk and lisle, black and colored, at
per pair
Z.x:. ,S0c, 75c UP J'u v ,so
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in health and is glad to be in Fargo
again.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. MOsher.of fcrie
are stopping at the Elliott.
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Principal Gray and the declalmers
of the Fargo high school returned
Wednesday from Wahpeton, where the
declaratory contest was held last
evening. Will Clary of this city won
first place and Miss Flora Taylor of
Wahpeton second.
The contest was arranged by Prin
cipal Gray of the Fargo schools and
Superintendent Smith of Wahpeton
and "excited considerable interest.
Ther^ were eight contestants.
Mrs Grace L. Burnam and baby and
Migs Elsie Lincoln left Thursday
for Boston, where they will spend the
greater part of the summer.
Mrs. T. H. McEnroe writes Mr. Mc
Enroe from Algona, la., that her lit
tle son, who was threatened with
pneumonia, is better and that her own
strength is keeping up.
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Miss Jeanette Mclntyw entertained
a few of the high school graduates
with a luncheon. Covers were laid for
twelve and the occasion was made
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TH1 FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN", SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE
MIDSUMMER
APPAREl
li e s-1• mer's
washable things
a e e a y S i k
w o o a n i n e n
dresses, Suits, sep
arata jackets, skirts,
Waists, bolts, parasols,
sloven fans, every
thing essential to a
snmniBr outfit.
15.08
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VALUES IN MUSLIN UNDER
WEAR FOR MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Women's Fine Nainsook Night Gowns, beautifully mac
arid daintily trimmed witli fine tucks, embroidery, inser
tion and ribbons, slightly mussed in handling. p««-.,i.,,
2.5©
WOMEN'S MUSLIN DRAWERS
at Exactly Half Price.
One lot of Women's fine Muslin an«:
Nainsook Drawers, beautifully triir
med with lace insertion and en
broidery, slightly counter mussed
worth lrom $2.50 up to $4.50. Mor
day and Tuesday at Just Half Price
FINE WASH FABRICS
Reduced—One lot of fine importe
figured Swisses, Organdies, Fane
Crepes and fine Cotton Suiting:
worth from 50c to 65c, special Mor
day and Tuesday, per yard
only
19c
DOMESTIC BARGAINS
for Monday and Tuesday
Wash Goods Extra Special
35 Pieces of 27 inch Fancy Cotto
voiles and Cotton Shirt Waist Suil
ings, in light, medium and Har*
styles, worth 20c and 25c,
Monday and Tuesday,
III#
25 Pieces of Silk Finished Dress
Prints, 27 and 31 inches wide, regular
loc grade, special at
only
6c
PERCALE SPECIAL
One lot of 28 inch Percales in med
ium and dark style, worth 10c pe
yard, Monday and Tuesday ..
6c
MEN'S HOSIERY
The best line of Men s Plain 'and
Fancy Hosiery at 95c and 50^ thorn
in the city.
French Organdies in Floral and Dres
den designs worth 15c. Special for
Mnd?iy and "f
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memorable by several informal an
nouncements.
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. F. F. 6rant
delightfully entertained the members
of the Round Table.
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Mrs. W. R. Tillotson of Moorhead
is the guest of Mrs. Lamphere of St.
Paul, while in attendance at the Gen
eral Federation of Women's clubs.
Miss Francis Whitcomb has return
ed from a pleasant visit with Cassel
ton friends.
Mrs. Stuart Robinson of Tacoma,
Wash., is the guest of Mrs. Wm.
Johnson.
Miss Bessie Chesley U expected
home from Ellendale next week.
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En route to the coast Roy Harper
of St. Paul will be the Sunday guest
of Chas. Porritt, jr.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Talcott and lit
tle daughter, Ruth, concluded a pleas
ant visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Hunt Tuesday and returned to thei
home in Buffalo.
Holding a leading place in the hap
py social events of the season stands
the euchre party given by Mrs. E. L.
Morris Wednesday afternoon to com
pliment Mrs. De Golyer and Miss
Skidmore. The house throughout was
attractively decorated in La Frdnce
rose and lilacs. Mrs. J. S. Watson and
Mrs. J. H. Rindlaub won the oretty
trophies, while the honor guests^ were
presented with an exquisite bouquet
of La France roses. Mrs. Donovan of
Grand Forks and Mrs. Guiterman of
St, Paul ere guests at this charming
affair.
i Mrs. A. S. Elford and four little
daughters of St. Puul are the guests
I of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Canniff.
Miss Clara Kjos is vtsltlnfl her sis
ter at Mapieton.
Mrs. Eugene deLendrede Is enter
taining her mother, Mrs. Hanna, of
Couer deAlene, Ida.
Mrs, S. Birch will leave soon for a
month's yisit at Salt Lake city, ..Utah,
where Mr. Birch has secured 1 large
contract..
Mrs. EL H. Lambert and daughter,
Louise, oil San Francisco, Cal., are ex
pected to arrive in Fargo Tuesday to
visit friends en route to New York,
where they will reside in the future.
Mrs. Amos Peake of Valley city was
a Fargo visitor Monday!
Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Darrow, Dr. and
Mrs. D. C. Darrow and Mrs. J. V. God
frey and son, Vernon, left Wednes
day night for Boston. Mass.
Mrs. Geo. Taylor is entertaining
Mrs. Prescott of Lakota.
Mrs-. Fred Knight and daughter,
Maud, an- visiting at Maple Lake,
Minn.
Mrs. J. A. Johnson and daughter,
Miss Laura, left Tuesday evening for
Rochester, Minn., where Miss Laura
submitted to a very serious operation.
Her host of friends hope for her ulti
mate recovery.
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Mrs. & ©. Langen will visit friends
at FergtpS FnH^ and St TVril thr com
ing week.
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MissTBila Hunt is visiting fiimis Ir.
Chicago]
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Mrs. Sos. L'Uu and daughter, Miss
Annie, left Tuesday aftternooqi for
Fort: Keogh, Mont., where they will
spend t|ie summer.
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Mrs. f|. II. Skelton has returned
from a i»elisrh*fnl visif Tcfth tft I aul
friends.
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Miss HairieL Hunt in vMtlftg in
Buffalo, the guest of Mrs. F. S. Tal
cott and family.
Mrs. Plumley went home from the
hospital the first of the week and is
getting along nicely.
Postmaster E. H. Badger of Colgate
is in the city, undergoing medical
treatment.
The Scottish Rite reunion will com
Triente Monday three
he Sco
ne Monday and eontinu
days.
Q»' A. Baldwin of CaiKio, le speading
the .day in Fargo.
3. P. Edwards of The Forum left
lqpt evening «on ft brief trip to Chicago,
to try the new train on the Burling
ton road to the windy city, as the
gu&it ot the management.
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Valley City is another town which
wa&"WhJ)
represented in Fargp today.
Amoi^f 4he visitors from that town
were: MisS' E. McFarland, Florence
McDonald and B. W. Ashley.
Afnong the out-of-town people at
the Various Fargo hotels today were:
Al. Iversooj Page Martin Enga,
Hendrum Miss A. Alfson, Binford
C. A. Balsom, Cando Mr. and Mrs.
C. if. Flath, Embden Mrs. J. C.
Thirjgetland and Louise McCaliian,
Jessie C. W. Lawyer, Oakes Mr.
and Mrs. James Glass, Edgeley M.
N. Engle, Minot Mrs. J. P. Aylin and
Mrs. P. J. Hoff, Sheldon Nina Heb
iandson, Caledonia J. F. Collins,
Page Dan Thompson, Litchville D.
J. O'Connell, Towner Dan Rohan and
W. E. Harry, Grand Forks Edward
Lilton, Larimore H. F. Boyle, Alice
M. A. Hendrickspn, Horace Fred
Lessing, Devils Lake Emma Hayes,
Casselton R. J. Adams, Lisbon,
Charles A. Gram and F. C. Shafer,
Sheldon W. J. Medland, Edgeley Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Hubbell, Oriska, H. J.
Germann, Bismarck Mrs. S. P. John
son and Mary Peyton, Grand Forks
lOffle Canton, Cleveland Ililma S.
Mattson, Argusville, W. J. Kloster-
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COMPAKK GOOD
AND FBICR4 AN]
HE CONVINCED
THAT WEOFFEI
THE BEST OOOtt
72 BROADWAY,
mann, Mooreton Mrs. Orange and
Mrs. Welter, Lisbon.
Geo. Q. Erskine, accompanied by his
daughter, Mrs. Vance of. Crookston
and her two children, leave Monday
for a trip abroad. They will make a
tour of the principal cities of the
British isles and the continent, return
ing via Montreal in September.
Miss Marie McCormlck will return
from St. Paul the middle of June and
will give a recital here the latter part
of the month, assisted by Mrs. Frank
L. Hoffman, who is acknowledged as
one of the best accompanists in the
northwest, and who is well known to
the music lovers here. Miss McCor
mlck recently had a recital In St. Paul
which was a great success, especially
from an artistic standpoint. She has
been taking a post graduate course
this winter, and the many admirers of
her voice will be pleased of an oppor
tunity to listen to her i«ain in this
city.
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Rev. E. P. Roberts, president of the
Methodist college at Grand Forks, ar
rived in Fargo this morning and is
spending the day here.
Miss Margaret O'Donnell, formerly
of this city and now a member of the
force of The Jamestown Alert, is
visiting in the city today. She is ac
companied by ii.ir mother, Jtft*. Ellen
O'Donnell.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McFarland and
Mrs. Staples of Minot are visiting
in Fargo.
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R. R. Raymond of McHenry Spent
last night and today in Fargo.
W. T. Munn of Westhope was among
the arrivals at the Metro pole today.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Baldwin and
ffttnliy. of Casselton are spending the
day hi the dt#v
Paul Featherstone of Valley City
registered at the Waldorf today.
Colonel Plummer returned to Oil
City, Pa., to deliver the Decoration
Day address, and was most enthusi
astically received. The commander
of the local post in Introducing him
said: "When the clarion call to
arms was sounded in the northern
states a young printer and newspaper
writer lived in the state' of Maine.
He, with so many others of the north
land, heard and heeded the call and,
after serving his term of enlistment
from 1861 to 1865, he took up his hab
itation in the then wild and little
known oil regions. After locating here
and becoming identified with the jour
nals ot this part of the state, he re
moved to the great northwest, where
he had a stirring and eventful career.
I am sure that you will appreciate
his courtesy and patriotism in coming
here from far-off Maine to speak to
Diamonds— &/>e Gift Royal
For an Important gfft, there's nothing that *n compafe with dia
mond.
We've a fine selection of diamonds just now which were bought in
the lowest, markets, and the quality of which we cant guarantee ab
solutely.
Our stock comprises stones of all sizes, som* unmounted,
quisitely set in rings and other artistic jewelry.
Some are expensive, of course but there are fine stones anions tttem
that can be bought without straining out's purse.
E. P. SUNDBCRG & CO.
Gold and Silversmiths.
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you today and I am happy to intro
duce to you, Hon. W. C. Piummer."
James Choriy of Mandan was a
guest at the Prescott today.
The Shrine wiil celebrate the anni
versary of the fire June 7 by Initiat
ing a large class, into the mysteries
of this degree. ,,
Quite a delegation from Jamestown
visited the city today. Among the resi
dents of that burg who are here are:
Miss Lucile and Miss Delhi Hart, and
W. E. Berner besides Mrs. and Miss
O'Donnell.
Dr. Fol^ofi has returned
from
the
south in greatly improved health.
W. E. Haupt, the well known eleva
tor man of Lisbon, who was in Fargo
today stated that the crops around
Lisbon ari in good condition. He is
looking forward to a bountiful harvest
and a splendid fall business.
F. T» McDonough, a prominent
farmer of Wheatland who is in the
city today, brought encouraging re
ports regarding the crop prospects In
that section. He stated that there
had been plenty of rain but as yet not
enough to do ariy damage and a little
dry weather will make everything
grow and ripen splendidly.
Attorney General Frich was in the
city last night en route to Bismarck to
atie'nd the meeting of the state board
of pardons.
State Senator Pierce of Sheldon
spent last night in Fargo.
Mr. and Mrs. D. I). Sullivan are now
comfortably located in the west apart
ment of the deLendrecie Hal on First
avenue south.
Ed. T. Hunkins is getting1 mlftng
nicely at St. John's, where he fs
going treatment.
Mrs. M. N. Hatcher returned this
morning f&tn a pleasant tfap to Spo
kane.
Additional Society on Page 7.
A.
a. c.
Mr. E. 11. Thompson of James
town enrolled at Aaker's Business
College yesterday to work up
speed In shorthand and typewrit
ing. Mr. Thompson is a graduate
of Mitchell Business College,
Mitchell, So. D., and has about a
year's experience in stenographic
office work. Mr. T. had met an
Aaker's Business College graduate
at Jamestown, who spoke so higli
ly of the A. B. C. that he conclud
ed to attend.
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Typewriting room No. 1 of the DAKOTA BUSINESS COLLEGE. In this room most ot the stenographers
Of North Dakota and western Minnesota began their studies. By looking carefully you will notice that the hanjs
of the operators are completely covered thus guaranteeing strict adherence to the touch or piano method
typewriting and insuring not only a higher degree of accuracy but the greatest speed in manipulating the ma»
chine. The Dakota Business College is the only school in the state using this method of teaching, which no doutpl
accounts In some measure for its great success in turning out acceptable office help. During the first years of
the school's history, it placed but few pupils In positions but in 1903 it located 100 of them with business firm*
150 in 1904 and 221 in 1905 and so far the present year it has secured situations for 137 pupils. It is at the pre#
ent time sending pupils to business positions at the rate of one each day. Most of the large firms of the state
now secure their bookkeeper* and stenographers directly from this school. Young people who desire to prepays
themselves for office work generally go to the D. B. C. as It gives than a «reat advantage In securing em
ployment and a good salary to start with. A summer term (to prepare ipupils for fall positions) opens June 4th.
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