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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, November 26, 1906, Image 4

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PEOPLE OF NOTE
C. R.
II. Taokaberry, tho well-known N. P.
railroad man, spent a part of today
here.
A. K. Tweto, a prominent banker of
Abercromble, is in l^argo, today, on
business.
'ODDS AND ENDS TO CLOSE OUT
IN OUR BUSY SILK SECTION
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Atorney H. Winterer of Valley City
was among the Sunday guests at tho
Metropolo.
A. R. Patten of Cootperstown was 0
vlnitor in this city today, stopping at
the Webster.
E. P. Wagar, the well-kriown Grahd
Forks machinery dealer, is visiting in
Fargo todav.
R. M. Yarrow has returned from a
business trip in the south, bait still
likes Dakota best.
Gustav Flath, the popular Embdon
agriculturist, was among the day't*
Visitors to the eitfK"
Judge W. g. lAudeT~^unii^''UiTs
morning from his homie* ii W^Ktet^fe
where he soent Sunday.
David Atchinson and W. P. Rpse, two
prominent farmers of Burleigh county,
were guests at the Elliott over Sun
day.
Fred Nanson, who has been visiting
i s e a i v e s a n i e n s i y
left last night for his home in* Port
land, Ore. -s—Vr .it,:./..-
John E. Stanford, Slated- convoca
tion of Keystone Chapter. "No. 5 R. A.
M., this evening at 7:30
In Oddsand Ends Must Be Closed Oat Regardless of Former Prices
2 yards of Creim Jap Silk. Would make good child's scarfs.
Special per yard
Taffeta Silks, worth 85c to$t.oo. Odd shades and colors. To close, n
per yard
wSF'SU
Ids and Ends of Satin. Good for fancy work. 75c values for, per
yard ./.• *H*tt
Fancy Foulards, odds and endsjlb close 6ut. Worth 75c per yard, for J5
per yard
Fancy Velvets. Can be used for fancy work. Worth
per yard .. ii .......
Meredith is Bpendins a few
ttays in Minot, on business.
Mrs. Aug. Hanson and son, Uyron,
left this morning for Litchvllle, N. D.
LADIES' PATENT COLT BUTTON SHOES
Welt Sole, Dull Top. Regular $3 50
values, for tbis sale only, $3.00
4'^ocH,v
Woidt
on the Mark degree.
Attorney J. F. Callahan, Who Is as
sisting Judge Lauder in the defense
of the Murnhv trial, returned to Par
go last evening from his home at Cas
Ittltott.
A. jp. fimltbt,«rh,o formerly lived
Misses'$1.75 Kid ana Box Calf fl J5LC&
Shoes. Special •*fr«uF
isses' Kangaroo Calf Shoes.
Special ....
Boys' $2.25 Box Calf Shoe*, Solid 4 (a O
leathers. Special. 1
Youth's $2.00 Storm Calf. Just the tlnr
school wear. The best wearing 4j «J||
youth's shoes in the market 1
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Weeding Out of Hen's Footwear
Men's $6.00 and $5 00 Stacy *3» CfeC|
Ad-mis Shoes, per pair *.»
Men's $4.00 Shoes, 3.0®
Men's $3.50 Shoes.
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in
Fargo, but Is now in business at Hope,
Spent Sunday here renewing old ac
quaintanceship. He stopped at the
Wal^prf.
•4 Ha^ry of
Iravoiing men wTh'o make their head
quarters here, left this morning on a
three-weeks' trip through the west
ern Mart of the state!, ,-
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Charles Burseth, who Is yio^ presi
dent of the Cooperatown state bank,
and is connected with several other fi
nancial institutions through the state,
spent Sunday here, stopping at the
Prescott.
Admiral Endicott Retires.
Washington, Nov. 26.—Rear Admiral
ilordecai T. Endicott, chief of the bu
reau of yards and docks, navy depart
ment, today reached the statutory age
of sixty-two, and in accordance wttb
previous notice, r«tires from the de
partment, Rear ^Ulmiral Endicott
could *titl serve 4hree and a huff
year# undfr ht# commission, but ha«
decided 4o in order to devote t^e
".V.. 2.511
WHAT THEY SAY
E. G. Guthrie, Sec.: The Temple
male chorus will meet tonight at the
temple at 7:30 sharp., liusiness of
Importance.
E. Geo. Cuthrie, Em Com.: Stated
conclave of Auvergno Cominandery.
K. T., will be held Tuesday evening at
7:30. After which the order of tho
Temple will be conferred.
Dr. S. J. Hill: Stated meeting of
the Scottish Kite bodies Wednesday
evening at 7:30 to take action on bal
ance of petitions for the reunion Dec
"8, 4 and 6. Good attendance desired-
Manager N. D. A. C. Athletics: All
persons having bills against the North
Dakota Agricultural College Athletic
association will please send them in so
that wo may place them on for
future reference.
A. F. Emersorii 1 have ftfy shop
and bath parlors in Moorhead all in
nice running order now. We have been
doing business there for five weeks
but there are some of my old friends
who have'not been inside of the shou
*nd It just occurred. to me that fivo
weeks is a long time to go without a
ha£r cut.
Mrs. Wilder: There will be a meet
ing of the Young Women's club Tues
day evening at 7:15 sharp. Dr. Put
nam will be present to organize his
chorus class and all members of the.
club and all young ladles contemplat
ing joining are requested to be pres
ent tomorrow evening and participate]
in the exercises.
Alex A. Johnston, Record Keeper: A
regular review of North Star tent, No.
7, Knights of the Maccabees will be
held in Loyal Knights temple this
evening at 8 o'clock sharp. All Sir
Knights please be present as there will
be business of very much importance
and after review a social session will
be held and a good time for all thosa
present.
Farm Is Sold.
The George E. Osgood farm, 960
acres in extent and lying five miles
southwest of Fargo, has been sold to
D. B. Collins, a prominent farmer of
Ca^ido. The deal was closed a short
tirue ago and the purchase price is said
to have been $30,000. The farm is well
improved, has a number of fine build
ings standing on it, and is regarded as
one of the finest pieces of farm prop
erty in the state. It is located on the
banks of the Sheyenne river. Mr. Col
lins will take possession of the farm
early next spring on his return from
a trip to Florida and other southern
points where he will spend the winter
Tuesday and Wednesday
A._ L. jfc£oody will offer some of tlx
greatest bargains in women's suits,
jackets and Misses' jackets, ever offer
ed jn Fargo. See advertisement,
Lost.1
|t bundle of old photofra-phs wifcl
Otfeldenta! Portrait Co. envelope at
«®hed. Finder please return to S, l#a
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$1.2$
per yard. 4 C|
CREPES
fcANCY
stdHNas
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VOILES
ALLEGED COAL THIEVES
Two Men! Accused of Taking Coal
From Harry Magi IPs Y*r^
Deny Their Guilt.
W. Gairison and P. Garter are pris
oners at the cfty jail pending a hear
ing on the charge of stealing coal.
For some time past local coal dealers
have been reporting to the police the
theft of coal from their sheds in differ­
THB FABGO FORUM AND DAILY EEPUBLICAN, MONDAY EVENIS0, NOVEMBEH, 8^ 1906.
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DINING
•LK liO'JSE OF THE NORTHWEST
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Beginning Monday, November 26, we will place on
sale CKlds and Ends of every department in the
House, to make room for our
Mammoth Stock
of
Toys and Holiday Novelties by the thousands are
arriving evtfr^ da^'Md we absolutely must have the
room. Hundreds of Odds and ends, including new
and clean merchandise noW? on sale and will con
tinue during the week.
DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY OF BUYING
GOOD GOODS CHEAP.
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Weeding Out All Dress Goods Remnants
Including Odds and Ends of this season's selling. Wo*th 50c, 75c, $1.00 to
$3.50 a yard. To clean up the lot—19c, 39c, 49c and 69c a-yard.
THIS IS AT HALF PRICE AND LESS
Weeding Out in Dress Goods Section
We have taken every piece of Dress Goods of FANCY PANAMAS*
COATING CHEVIOTS, SERGBS, GERMAN PLAIDS, GRANITES*
FRENCH
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These £oods come In fancy weaves And a big ranj e of pfaTn colors- These
fabrics must be seen to bs appreciated. Worth $1.25, $1.39, $1.50 and
$1.75 per yard. For one week your choice at 9bc per yard.
cum$
1 mperial quarter sawed oak Dining
hairs, solid wood, saddle seat, regular
price $4.oo.
Thanksgiving Sale only $3 50
Chair like cut, cane seat, golden finish,
per set of six, good value at $12.00.
Thanksgiving Sale $9.00
imperial quarter sawed oak, beautiful
golden finish dining chair, leather up
UOlstertd seat and back, French legs,
carved claw feet, per set of 6, reg. $57.
Thanksgiving Sale $45 00
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Holiday floods
TAFFETA
CLOTHS
BARETHEA
CLOTHS
FRENCH SEROES
POPLINS
ent parts of the city.
Saturday night the police found the
two men carrying a basket of coal
and traced the theft from the yards
pf Harry Magill. Both men were plac
ed under arrest and this morning war
rants were sworn out against them for
the theft of the coal.
It was found that in the rear of the
coal sheds of Mr. Magill, two large
holes were bored in the shed and the
coal was taken out of these holes.
The men, when arraigned, entered
pleas of not guilty and they werQ given
a hearing late this afternoon.
With a wife seriously ill §,hjk four
small children to care for, W. Gar
rison, who runs a barber shop and
SPECIAL THANKS
GIVING
Three piecc set, Knife Fork md S
Stag handle, best stec i fK
and well made mm* &
Other sete in silk cases, with stag,
bone and ebony handles, from the
famous Mention Works of Connecti
cut, from $2
co
Thanksgiving Sale $52:30
Mis»s!on Style Boat Dining
T«bl». 5t iuch to-\ Bnlld cuir,
mnasd finish, regular $50.
Thanksgiving Sato $42.50
Set of Kogers' warranted
These Prices Continue Until Wednesday Only. Everything New. Every Department Complete
to $iooo These good*
were placed in stock this weeky few*
ing just arrived.
Dining Tables
Fine Weathered Oak Dining Ta
ble, 42 inch square top, 8 foot
^ctension, regular price $IQOO.
Thanksgiving Sale $13.50
Round Top Dining Table, Impe"
rial quarter sawed oak, golden fin*
ish. 54 inch top, 8 foot extension,
flnassive pedestal, beautifully
fiarved, claw feet, regular $60.
fit fv«
Ladies' Ready- to- Wear Apparel
A final cut of Women's Suits of the past *ea$ v
«on'| styles. About 4a|jaitS4.
in th#1otv '4*
i'i :t
This is a Money Saver" for'
Economical Women.
Suits actually worth $10.00, $25.00, $3000,
made up In cheviots, serges, mixtures atjd
panamas odds and ends o! last season'l
selling. To close out this lot.
EXTRA SPECIAL,
Suits like cut, worth up to $40.00.
Special for
Men's Section
Men's Winter Caps indifferent '.vies,
worth up to $2.00. To gjf
close out lot, special wllu
Men's Fireproof, Calfskin
Garrison told tho court that his wife
was very sick and that he had no coal
in the house Sunday with which to
keep it warm a.nd he helped himself to
the fuel. Carter was also fined $10 or'
five days in jail. Efforts were made
by Garrison to raise the amount of the
two fines, as hia wife is in a bad con
dition and his services are needed at
her bedside.
SILVERWARE"
triple plate Knives and
six.'of each, regular per set, $2.00. Thanksgiving Sale..,, I
Set of Rogers' warranted 12 pwt. Silver Knives and Forks fl* O gZ A
six of each, regular per set $4,00, Thanksgiving Sale... IF
Rogers' Teaspoons, Chelsea pattern, regular per dozen,
.00. Thanksgiving Sale
Rogers' Teaspoons, Windsor pattero, 4 oz. plate, regular
per dozen $1.70. Thanksgiving Sale
Rogers' Teaspoons, extra plate, regular per dozen $2.$o.
Thanksgiving Sale
Rogers' Dessert Spoons, tipped pattern, extra plate, regu
ular per dozen $360. Thanksgiving Sale. i
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I I I K? Furniture Company
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Children's Coats-
Wool
Sooi i tl
Jannty, pretty coats, made up in fine mixtur
of plaids, checks and mottled effects wc!
cheviots in navy and brown. Full box styl
with deep cuffs braid and velvet trimmim
$5.QQ»$6.oo. t,7. Co and $8.co coats, this sale on
lined,
Mitts worth 50c. *30#*
Special, per pair.. ILFvt#
Hemstitched Silk Muffiers all colors.
Spcci-d values at d| AA
$1 89,$1.25 and........I. IbIJ"
I md Bow Ties, abonfc 250 ii* lot
all dark colors worth 25c.
Special, each
Men's Wool lipffler?.
Special
Men's Ribbed, Fleeced Lin« .1 I nder
wear good warm garment' always
sell (or vc in edds and tit) ST
50c
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FUR MUFFS
Large Fur Muffs, made up in Coney ¥&
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restaurant on Front street, was fined
$10 or five days in the county jail this
afternoon. Garrison and P. Carter,
who Js employed by Garrison, were ar
raigned before Judge Ryan lato this
afternoon and each pleaded guilty to
the charge.
LUGER'S
7
Forjts, "7
S3.50
$1.50
$1.95
$3.00
r—
12-14- Broadway, ,wv„^Pargo, jSi.
s
$5.00 value, for this sale Y-
In Our Busy
Basement
Cretno Gas Light«The bc«:
inverted gas likht made. Just t'
tiling for a reading lamp. rTh* rep-'
lar price is $1.50. For
this sale, complete..
Bovs' and Girls' Sleds well
durably made.
Special, each.
The biggest assortment
B-iskets you ever s»w,
riced up from..... .....
Heekins' Kin Hee Coffee Pot?, nn
of heavy block tin. In two si
regular prices of these are
^1 50. Extra special,
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BLANCHE WALSH MARRIED.
She Took a Member of Her Company
as Her Latest Husband. 1
New Orfoans Nov. 26.—The marriage
of Blanche Walsh, actress, to W. ML
Travers, a member of her com pa ny*,
was announced here today. The cere
mony was performed in New Oiitun?
Nov. 15, but was kept secret*
Three piece set, white -Mir.
highly polished steel,set &>
u silk case
Special Sale Thanks
giving Dinner Ware
We have just received a large importa
tion of Fancy Decorated Austrian Din
ner Ware, presenting a splendid oppor
tunity to secure a Thanksgiving Dinocr
Service at a nominal price.
Genuine Haviland Dinner Sett on
special sale.
New arrivals of handsome Turkey Sets
consisting gf thirteen, pieces, one very
large turkey platter and twelve eight
inch plates trom $10.00 up.
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Moody's the Plaoe.
For genuine bargains in suits, cloaks,
dress goods, underwear, hosiery, Tuest
day and Wednesday. Special pricey
will be made at Mt*ody's. Do not fay
to read our advertisement.
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$17.50 Will Buy $20 Set
TOO piece Austrian China set, very dainty
rose decoration, set patterned after the
French China in designs and weight.
Extremely pretty shapes. Set just placed
in stock, valued at $IOJOO. Ex
Thanksgiving sale
price
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17.50

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