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612 Front Street, Fargo.
iae rower of Interest We guarantee you a positive sav ing of 10 per cent on all money you spend for groceries with us. Do you know what that means? It means if you spend $10 a month for one year that you have saved $12, or more than one month's groc eries saved in the year. The trust companies and building and loans offer you 5 per cent per annum interest—which means $5 you save or make, but you must leave the $169 ©ft deposit all the year. .7 Here, however, your 1120 brings you $12, guaranteed, and it is al most sure to amount to more on every purchase, as our savings to you on groceries is from 10 to 30 per cent—nothing less than 10 per cent. Besides you have the us* of your money less $10 a month. The Farmers' Supply House pioneer pure food house of the state. All goods are guaranteed to be high grade and ttar^*-mftkin§ 5iV safe to trade here. We sell for cash and deliver or ders anywhere in the city when they amount to $5 or more. This is the modern plan of selling good things to eat. Hundreds of customers will tell you so. Come and see us. Farmers Supply Thanksgiving China CUT GLASS, CARVERS This is your opportunity to select from the beautiful stock at Pabst's. These lines are complete and prices are most reasonable. i House, 612 First Are. No. Fargo, N.D. Forum Want Ads Get Results. mm* SILVERWARE Beautiful plated and solid silver hollow ware, such as Fruit dishes, Coffee Sets, Trays, etc., of which makes a beautiful gift at this season, or ,should be wadded to your service for Thanksgiving Day. Knives, Forks, Spoons Ou?ltfH5 of Knives, Forks and Spoons, of various sizes, plated and solid flat ware, is replete with new and swell designs, and each very moderately priced. h,. THE RECEPTION FRIDAY Board of Control Wants All Younfl Women of the City to Meet at the Club Rooms. The reception Friday evening at the Young Women's club rooms to all the young ladles of the city, promises to be an interesting event. It is under the auspices of the board of control. All young ladles of the city are in» vited as well as all married ladles in terested in the work, who are expect ed to come and assist in the welcome and the greeting to the young ladies. Tuesday evening a chorus class will he started under the direction of Dr. Putnam and Thursday evening a phy sical culture class, taught by Miss Jessie Neal. These classes will meet weekly and other classes and other forms of social entertainment will be inaugurated as soon as possible. The board of control Is very much encour aged so far in the work done and an ticipates still better results. EHRMAN GOES WEST. The Old Time Confectioner Leaves 8oon for Spokane, Wash. Fred Ehrman, the confectioner, lirtll leave for Spokane, Wash., the latter part of this week, where he will make his future home. His family will fol low within a short time. Mr. Ehrman has accepted a position in Spokane with the largest ice cream and con feetionery establishment in that city, and under the terms of the contract entered into between him and the Arm he will become interested in the com pany. Mr. Ehrman has been In Fargo for the past twenty-three years and has a large circle of friends here who will regret to learn that he, with his fam ily, -will leave for the west. A BANk BANQUET. BigfTime to Be Had in Mandan Mon day Evening. H|w this state is advancing in years. An important function at Mandan next Monday, will mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of the open ing of the First National bank of Man dan. At the Inter-Ocean hotel next Mon day night the directors, officers and employes of the bank, with their la dies, will be guests at a swell ban quet, the menu for which will be pre pared by Mrs. T. R. Sloan, the les see of the Inter-Ocean cafe. The hosts of the occasion will be the di rectors of the bank. President H. R. Lyon will preside at the post-prandial proceedings which will consist of a series of toasts and suitable responses. A beautiful souvenir of the auspicious event has been prepared which will surprise the guests. MANHATTAN 5U8 FRONT STREET who serves you well The development of the b^sln,ess has been steady through all the years of its growth, but during the past sum mer and fall several important im provements have been made which makes the present opening one of par ticular Interest. The store as now ar ranged is one of the handsomest and best fitted up department stores be tween the twin cities and the coast. The improvements made during the summer and fall include the addition of the entire second floor. This is ap proached by a broad and easy flight of oak stairs, ornamented at the bot tom with two carved posts which sup port electric lights. An elevator has also been installed and is running be tween the first and second floors. The second floor is very nicely ar ranged. At the front is what is known as the daylight room. This in cludes the cloak and suit department. It is fitted up and furnished very handsomely. Four Iron columns run ning the length of the room are flanked on each side with handsome plate glass mirrors, the woodwork is mahogany. On the left hand side are half a dozen fitting rooms, while to the right is a beautiful rest room fur nished with upholstered chairs, a writ ing room and other conveniences. In this cloak department are displayed an elegant assortment of suits, cloaks and furs of many varities, including mink, ermine, Persian and chinchilla garments, some of them valued as high as $350. There is also a large variety of ?ilk and wool suits. Many ran FAHGO FOHTTW 'AND RISTOBMCA*/ WENlira,'^OTEMBlW''H\ 1MTT Jeweler Moody's Opening Draws In celebration of the completion of the improvements on the store and the fitting up of new departments, a grand opening is today being held at A. L. Moody's store, Broadway and Front street. The Store, which is handsomely decorated, is thronged with people who have come to see the display of fine wearing apparel and enjoy the music furnished by Rupert's orchestra. It is Just twenty-three years since A. L. Moody started in business in Fargo. At that time he secured a store having a single sales room about 25x60 feet, and opened for business with one clerk. Since then the growth of the business has been remarkable and the store now includes two stories and a basement, each 50x 140 feet, while there are forty-five employes on the payroll. IfE SKATIMi iy«r Johnson Intends to Have TKr Places Fixed for the Yoiiwkf* sters This Winter. ji'argo will have three municipal i itlng rinks this winter if May inson has his way. It is now in the weather man to give us a co) ued cold snap and within a she le the three ice ponas will be Large Ladies of Fargo Inspect the Elegant -New Store Stocked With a Great Display of New Goods. rea! the skaters. tfayor Johnson thia af noon that he had" mdde arrkngt nts to fill up the *»asinlon' loxtf* oadway within the next dajr. or 3 that he would also provide a pon ne where in the north end and an ler in the south end for the youn skaters to skate on so that thi uld not be required te come th oat distance from their homes to tl k on Broadway. V large number of inquiries were de to the mayor already by ska: asking whether or not the rin! uld be prepared this winter. Civil Service. Civil service examinations will 1 in this city Dec. 12, for a Spani:-i. erpreter in the immigration se e, and for a forest assistant in tlx partment of agriculture. On January 4 an examination w! In the rear of this department are the waist, muslin underwear, millin ery and in/ants' department, and also i Mr. Moody's private office, which is 1 nicely fitted up with mahogany wood work and upholstered furniture. ,,Down stairs there has also been a transformation since the store has been enlarged. As one enters the front, door the first thing to meet the eye in the left-hand aisle is the glove department, all stocked with goods of the very latest make. In the same aisle is the ribbon department, the leather goods department, the fancy gqods and notion department. A de partment for men's and women's satchels, bags and suit cases has also been added as a new feature of the store. Located on the right-hand aisle is the silk department, which contains beautiful silks of a great variety of shades and colorings. There is also the lace department, which contains laces of all grades, some of them run ning as high as $50 per yard. Hand some scarfs and neckwear are also to be seen here, .while further in the reaJr there is a tasteful display of beauti ful curtains and draperies. The celebration of the opening will continue until late this evening. The store will be open and lighted, and Rupert's orchestra, which is this aft ernoon rendering a fine programme of musical selections, will this evening give another programme of «%ual merit $40 to Eastern Canada ana Return Via the Chicago Great Western rail way. Tickets on sale dally Nov. 24 to Dec. 31, good to return for three months with extension privilege. Get full Information from R. R. Jones, T. A., 54 Edwards Building, Fargo, N. D. 0 all who have purchased Clothing and Furnishings here during this Money Raising Sale, to enable us to meet a business obliga tion that was promptly settled this morning^ You have helped us and we have saved you many dollars. Today we're taking inven tory of our stock and assorting the broken lots that have arisen from our large sales in the past four weeks." Read announcement tomorrow. Viiei 1 held for an interpreter (Syrian and anish) for the immigration service. Crowd of the cloaks are fur lined garments, and they are of all the latest styles and patterns. Elegant sealskin gar ments priced as high as $400 are* also to be seen here. At the front of this department are two handsome second floor display windows, each fifteen in length. These windows face Broadway and furnish excellent opportunity for the display of goods to the very best ad vantage. A number of large electric lights, located in the ceiling, furnish ample light in the evenings, making the department unusually attractive at night as well as in the daytime, SAVER WILL CONTEST Moorhead Sheriff Allege* Illegal Vot ing at the Recent Election In [Which He Was Defeated." Sheriff John M. Bayer of Clay county, Minnesota, who was defeated for re-election By Sheriff-elect WJia ley, served notice on the latter today at Moorhead, in which he will contest the election. The petition contesting the election of Whaley was filed with the clerk of courts and will be heard at the next term of the district court, when it convenes on Dec. 3. There are twenty-one precincts specified in the petition in which illegal voting is alleged, and the petition con tains sixteen separate and specific counts alleging illegality and fraud in tha ejection of Whaley. NECROLOGIC Body Taken East. Thli body of Mrs. J. E. Hancock, who 'died very suddenly of heart dis ease yesterday, was this morning ship ped east over the Northern Pacific. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones accompan ied the remains to Chicago, which was the former residence of the deceased and vhere the funeral, lyill be.held. Fr'eid Irish, cashier of the First Na tional bank, went with Mr. and Mirs. Jones as far as the twin cities. Sheldon at Litchville. iiitehville 13 suffering greatly from the car shortage, according to S. L. Sheldon, who is soon to locate there. Mr. Sheldon says that the elevators there are packed to the roofs and that only two or three freight cars have put in an appearance there of late. Some dealers purchased wheat and have been obliged to pile It on the ground where it stands exposed to the weather while awaiting. shipment. Pneumonia Follows a Cold but never follows the use of Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops the cough, heals and strengthens the lungs and prevents pneumonia. ]& ,H, CasselnAan, Lion Drug Store. LOOKED THE PART* Prisoner Told Judge Ryan Hr Wai Dying and Was Believed. Fred Rogers, the man who was ar rested for stealing a pair pf shoes from the home of Officer Anderson, was discharged by Judge Ryan this afternoon in the police court. The man's condition is serious, as he is suffering from an over Indulgence in OUR CLOTHING STORE V£ ,u'A ns V V'u RASS Handsome arrivals of Novelties in Brass Goods in antique and natural finishes, hammered and carved designs by the clever hands of the Orientals. A line superb— Candlesticks Jardinieres Finger Bowls Hanging Jardinieres Incense Burners Miller's Oil Lamps and Electric Portables IN ALL LITE BRASS PINISHES Beautiful ornaments as well as efficient light givers are the Miller central draft oil burneis—natural, sanded, brushed and antique brass finishes. Luger 12-1-3 Broadway Fargo, IN. D. Largest House Furnishers in the West fc A-.* 14 GOODS Trays The new electric desk portables with new Tiffany glass and leaded glass shades are all the rage and make a perfect gift.- See this new line. 'lire yo intoxicating liquor. This afternoon, when arraigned, he told Judge Ryan that he was dying, asking the court to be lenient with him. Judge Ryan took the man at his word, for he looked the part of a dying man, and allowed him to go to his home. •'w. 'FIT BEST WEAR BEST ARE BEST War «*, dip, & 't V i ne nte or a ruDDer depends large ly on the fit. Glove rubbers fit—that's one reason why they wear longer. Another reason is that there is more Pure India Rubber in them than in other make3. They coil no more. Look for the Foot-Schulze ^tampon the sole of the genuine. Lgadiiig dealers cveiy where will show you. We Guarantee Rubber Goods It is not practicing economy to buy an unreliable atomizer, simply because it is cheap. At omisers, syringes and hot water bottles, above all things, should be' reliable and guaranteed against imperfection. We give such guarantees with ati our is. Lion Drug Store 66 Broadway H. H. Casseltnan, PROP. FARGO, NO. DAKOTA •r I .. H'*v i h'S -*4 V "t f.'.w fk 4 •t V lsr ... ,5 5.«. i i .,.t I-** .'it 'iC.' ,y 't i.' .*V vi? V i 4