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SALE TO MORROW 0lmh* minf1 fr aa&v Clearance Prices on IW-TO-WWS Waist Sale Our whole stock of White Lingerie Waists from $5.00 and up at One-Third Off A splendid buying opportunity of seasonable goods y Shirt Waists of Lawn, Piques, ttc., in white and colors. Values up to $3.50 and a good assortment to select from. To close 98c each Special Shirt Waist made of sheer white Lawn, neatly trimmed, long and short sleeve. For $1.75 NECROLOGICAL NOTES Shirley Funeral. The funeral of Rev. M. Shirley who died Wednesday will be held Saturday at 2:30 p. m. at the Norwegian Luth eran church, Fourth avenue north and Roberts street. Hjalmar Shirley of Mlnot and Miss Amelia Shirley of the same place arrived In Fargo late yesterday afternoon and completed the arrangements. Rev. A. L. Fonkalsrud will read the service and the interment w|ll be at Riverside. For State News Read The 1 1 •1 V-': FOR SATURDAY SHIRT WAIST SUITSALE TOMORROW lARGO Shirt Suits One-third Off Your choice of any White Shirt Waist Suit in the house. They come in Lawn, Chambray and Dimities and if you haven't already bought, it will pay you to in vestigate these prices and values. For Saturday's selling One-tHird Off $8.50 Grey Walking Skirts Big line of Skirts in various styles—broken lots, to close for $4.98 Eton Jackets of Taffeta and Moire Silk—this season's goods. We have only 4 left and were regularly sold for $27.50. For Saturday only $12.50 Wash Pctticoats of fine stripe ginghams, one and two ruffles, neatly trimmed with white braid. Special 50c Saturday,iJuly 7 to 5' Eyes Injured. Lester Crum, a young man who re sides in Leonard, was brought into St. John's hospital suffering from ser ious burns about tne eyes, the result of his celebration of the Fourth of July. The burns were caused by the pre mature explosion of a giant firecrack er* Both eyes are affected and some fear was at first expressed that Crum might lose his sight entirely, but the hospital authorities now have some hopes of saving it. See George H. Purchase's ad In real estate column of this paper in rela tion to free homesteads and R. R. lands for sale in the Golden Vallev. N. D. Laugh and Grow Fat--You will certainly have cause to laugh if ym? attend ihr performance at TH2 CRESCENT *7*.$ 1 Opening Day Evening 7 to 11 Higfh Class Movfiij? Pic tures & illustrated Songs T. O. ARSENAULT, Pianist J. H. RUSTAD, Vocalist H. FAY, of New York, Operator THOS. HANNAHER, Manager Clean Show that Witt Please You Admission 10 cent* Children 5 cent# bn't Forg'et tKe% Place Old Pederson Mercantile Building, Front and Fourth street i'l«il Waist 1 THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 6, 1906. Thf /conditions could not have been mi.re auspicious for the opening of the l^s of farmers' excursions to the iu ricultural college and experiment lotion today. The weather man was ui st considerate and Ms part con tiibuted greatly in making it stimu li! ing for the farmers to make the |m of the opportunities which were their disposal. The delegations were from Ransom Hinty, Pembina, east Richland and iv, 11 coaches of the older children from schools in Traill county, assem- by Superintendent Hetler, who 11 rived with his charges from Hilis 1 10 about 11 o'cl&ck this morning. Mr. Hi tier was assisted by a number of ti tchers who acted as aides, or chap i-runes. After a luncheon down town 1 h« children were taken out to the i iilege in trolley cars where they v. re welcomed by President Worst nd the members of the faculty. The young people were marshalled in mads and then systematic tours of 1 lie grounds, experiment plots, gar ilens and buildings were made. The greatest interest was manifested by thf visitors in everything they saw iini they were most prolific with ques 1 i'ins on this and that. What was most gratifying were the many evi dences of appreciation, and a desire was apparent to make the visit one of profit. A very important meeting of the commercial club is called for this evening at 8:30 by Secretary Follett. It is to the interest of every member of the club to be present, especially so to those who contemplate taking in the trip next week on the Great Northern. Awakened by the efforts being put forth by the business men of Fargo, the jobbers of St. Paul have RUSHING Contractor Kennedy la Hurrying the Work Along as Rapidly as Possible. No more concrete work has been done on the Broadway pavement to day. The laying of concrete on the east side of Broadway up to First avenue was practically completed yes terday and Contractor James Kennedy has been bending all his energies towards laying the cedar blocks on the east side of the street and the preparation of the west side for the laying of the concrete. The big steam roller was again put at work this morning packing down the loose dirt on the west side of Broadway between the N.' P. tracks and First avenue, and rapid progress was made in laying the cedar blocks so that the paving on the east side of the street is now nearly completed as far as First avenue. Contractor Kennedy proposes to pave Broadway in sections, and will complete two blocks before beginning on the next two. In this way the en tire street will not be torn up for any great length of time and much less inconvenience will be caused than if one side of the street were first paved. "I expect to have Broadway entirely paved before the opening of the state fair," said Mr. Kennedy today, "and JI will do it if I have to work nights and Sundays." farmers Arc Visiting the Agricultural College Today To the big majority the sights were eye-openers and there is no ipicstion but that the idea of Super intendent Hetler taking advantage of the opportunity to bring such a dele tion will result in the inculcation of a large measure of education along this line and the amount of stimula tion cannot be estimated. After the tours the yoling people woe assembled in the large armory building where they were addressed by President Worst. The speaker re viewed concisely in language perfect ly attuned to the abilities of the juve nile auditors, all that they had seen ami what it all meant the objects sought to be attained and the ulti mate results of the endeavor to Im prove and enlarge the agricultural fa i I i ties of the great state of North icikota with its vast resources of soil fertility. President Worst and the faculty were rather disappointed at the very meagre attendance from east Richland county, only about ten of the fifty ar riving in the car which left Wahpeton 1m st night, not even the chairman of the delegation putting in an appear ance. For some reason there has never been any considerable amount of en thusiasm displayed in the excursions from this point and President Worst anticipates the elimination of that part of Richland county from the list of counties in line to participate in the excursions. Why there has been no appreciation shown of the privi leges afforded is beyond comprehen sion. To the quota of attendance today Hansom county contributed forty eiijht persons, Pembina, thirty-three •ast Richland, ten and Traill county about 120 school children. As usual a record is kept of the attendance of farmers who go out to the college and show an inclination to show no discourtesy to the invita Important Meeting of the Commercial Club Tonight HIE PffiNli'M Bankruptcy Petition. A petition in bankruptcy wa* filed in the office of the clerk of the federal court this morning by Orson C. New bre, a farmer residing at Towner. His i liabilities are given at $13,165.55 and assets, including exemptions to the .ajIlflllll o4t ..MuOiftK— tion and the special means afforde by the railroads who make It possibl that the farmers of the state can com to Fargo and learn of things out a: the college which will aid them in se curing the very best from the so which they tjll year after year an\ learn from practical demonstration that good farming pays. The biggest delegation of the sea son is scheduled to be at the colleg and grounds next Tuesday when ten counties will be represented and i there is a full quota from each it wi mean the presence of upwards of 50" people. They will arrive Monday evening. Sunday evening delegation from Dickinson and Williston will ar rlva. Trail County Pupils. Two special trolley cars loaded witb a jolly party of boys and girls lei: the Prescott and Elliott hotels thi afternoon for the college and after sightseeing there the young peopl were taken a trip around the south side loops. The party arrived in th city shortly before noon in charge oi schools for Traill county, who wa schools for Trail county, who wa instrumental in organizing the inter esting excursion and assisting him were Mrs. A. J. Norman of Hillsboro teacher Miss Edith Davis of May ville, teacher, and Mrs. Peterson of Hillsboro. Among the young visitors were: Mayvllle—Lena Tunseth, Ida C. Car hart, Emma Skarnes, Eva Johnson. Kalma Olstadt, Elizabeth Carhart, E1 lllland, Martin Ulland, Thoralf Olson. Glen Schollser, Eddie Lindaas, Clar ence Nelsen, Bernie Melhus. Blanchard—Willie Corry, Malvinus Aasheen, George Gronsveldt, Dscar Damon, Ida Langager, Clara Melhus Cummings—Nels Johnson, George Fingarson, Martin Johnson, Nels Johnston. Hillsboro—Ludvig Sundby, Esther Thorpe, Lena Larson, Tillie Larson, Millie Grimstveldt, Ella Anderson George Brendon, Edwin Hanson, Ken ton Hanson, Alfred Sundby, Rollin Safiford. Buxton—Harley Hanson, Mllfor.l Sorley, Willje Corry. Willie Carson, Elmer Taves, John Hegland, Malinus Aslum, Ernest Young, Harley Hanson. Alfred Myhra, Faith Gommell, Cecil Goodman, Geo. Elliott, Nellie Baxter. Hendrum, Minn.—David Smari, Robert McCradie. Elm Ritfer—David Smart, Joe Mc Cradie. Ransom County. Lisbon—P. Thompson, John Flick Ostein, Carl Hanson, H. Kelly, O. C. Brady, John Kaper, Geo. Olson, Mrr Kappr, Geo. Blanchard, Sam Ball, Sarn Cole, William Branthove, Julius Bil ling, Jake Weiler, C. F. Billing, A. Johnson, C. Mulenix, G. Ferguson, C. Branthove, Lcm Weaver, F. Peters, Wm. Kirby, John Hooge, P. A. Cooney, Chester Dawson, Nels P. Borland, B. O. Berguson, Ed. Koeneke, Paul Run ning. Sheldon—Dick Newson, Fred Lilli crap, Frank Peters, Dan Torfln, N. E. Brew, J. Kaspari, M. E. Dye, M. B. Do la Bere. Englevale tRwy March, Joseph March, L. Larson, Ed. Peterson, M. Ruth, R. Magill, Richard Bassett, Chas. Lindsay, M. Hanson. planned a trip on the Great Northern lines for the same time that Fargo had made the arrangements, and intend to follow up the work done by the business men of this city. Fargo is not afraid of this competition, but proposes to show her sister city that she has some friends in the northern part of the state. If you are interest ed in seeing Fargo grow, attend this meeting this evening in full force. 618 THE MONTY SPENT Thet A. Had Anticipated th* Action •f Congress in Special Inves tigating Work, Speaking of the appropriations for research work at the government ex periment stations under the Adams bill which became a law March 26 last, appropriating $5,000 for the first year and increasing at the rate of $2,000 n year Until it reaches $15,000 and then becomes permanent, President Worst today stated that the appropriation had been anticipated and last Satur day it was applied to contracts made some time ago in advance. One was for experiment drainage, $2,000, and another one was for special equipment in the chemical laboratory. When the appropriations should be available was not fully determined until congress decided the matter just before ad journment and made it so for the year ending June 30 last, the fiscal term closing then. Items not used under the law were to revert back to the treasury but the authorities at the A. C. anticipated the action of congress and spent the money provided. Bicycles and repairing at J* ft. Johnson's Cycle Supply House. U. 8. as Peacemaker. Washington, July 6.— Again tfr United States will probably figure a.s a peacemaker. Guatemala and Salva dor are making overtures for the arbi tration of their troubles resulting from the alleged activity of Salvador in sup port of the revolutionary movemeni against President Cabrera of Guate mala and it is likely that the United States will be selected as the country in which the board of arbitration wiil First Ave. N. 19 lbs. S U A $1.00 EGGS THE COMMERCIAL CLUB Trip Will Be Made aft Pleasant as Possible by Officials of the Great Northern. Officials of the Great Northern are making every effort to render the com ing trip of the commercial club a great success and to provide in the very best way for the accommodation and comfort of those composing the partys Several officials of the road will accompany the "Fargo business men on their tour. ^Besides J. L. Ro han, the local agent of the road, As sistant General Freight Agent Sween ey, Traveling Freight Agent Haffe and D. R. Robbins of the freight de partment, all of St. Paul, will be with the party. The very best equipment possessed by the road is to be placed at the dis posal of the touring business men. The train which will carry them will con sist of two fourteen-section sleeping cars, each one provided with a draw ing room. There will be a diner load ed with everything the market affords. The O. W. Kerr Co., have two Iota, on Broadway for sale at a bargain. LaMoure Is Spurned. Valley City Times-Record: The machine papers of the state are at tempting to make capital of the prob ability that Senator LaMoure may board the insurgent wagon at James town. If the insurgents are in a po sition to control the Jamestown re publican convention next week, there U Keep Kool APPLIANCES SUCH Always something new. There is always something new to see at Can niff's. We are not content with the old time storekeeper's idea of stick ing to certain lines of goods and look ing askance at all novelties. Keeping in closest touch with the world's style centers, we learn of fashion's fancies almost as soon as they are originated, and through our efficient organization we are a-ble to show them here very early. We secure control of many or iginal stylish conceptions In wallpa per, moulding and picture frames. Speculation is dangerous. Buying at Cannlff's is safe. The Fargo Decorat ing Co., 610-612 Second avenue north. A8 THE ELECTRIC FAN, THE GAS WATER HEATER, SHOWER BATH APPLIANCE They are worth to you for comfort much more than they cost. Better order us to put them in—we obey orders. V pnuiiiw and Heating Co. |12 Broadway, Farfo. Fargo, N. D. A W I S E 8 10 lbs. Fancy Oatmeal 30c l! STRICTLY FRESH Per dozen, only $5 IWUtR MIXED GROCERIES DELIVERED tmmmmxrm will be no compromise with Jud La Moure or any one else. It is import ant at this time that the reform forces control the convention and nominate men for the office who are free from machine and corporation domination, but it Is much more im portant that they make no mistakes by any compromise with the machine. It is the unanimous feeling among the reform leaders, that if any member of the machine seek to join the reform forces it must be distinctly understood that their hands must be kept off the state board of equalization. y SWITCHES Of Pine Human Hair, also Wigs, Pqmpadours, Finger Rods. We manufacture goods to order hete, «o make up switches at# of yopr own hair at moderate cost. u •. MRS. J. KOPLEMAN 810 Front Street. i bone 1188. Fargo, N. D. j— Smart Suits I ight and medium weight. I do the cutting, fitting and making myself. I have the right materials—all the tool summer fabrics of quality in ne w shades. If I make your suit you know there is 40years experience back of it. PETER PICKTON K 5, 8th St. s. Fargo, N. D.