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V jfc* i' it-srr? Hut cut shows one of our perfect .ilored Skirts made by MacPheison Langford, finest hanging and shape taining garment made. We carry a Cull lifae at prices ranging from $10.00 to $30.00 -eat assortment of small Fur Scarfs, uffs, and fine sets in Isabella and tble, Fox, Blue and Black Lynx, Jap 'ink and all grades of Opossum. Handkerchiefs for Xmas Gifts v omen's hand embroidered initial andkerchiefs, pure Irish Linen I, 10c to 25c Inifoatfcfo Armenian lace trimmed, handkerchief) 20c or 3 for 50c Woolen's hand embroidered Madftria* 75c v hUtton's Handkerchiefs in hi piaiB^fhfte sfad tari^ ife to 35c Men|t-Fine Linen Handi.£rcE!efs 10c to 50c Men1!' Initial Handkerchief} v 25c to 50c en's Barred Linen Handkerchiefs •5 boxes i $1.50 1 Lj'inU* i )ll Department. The largest as rtment, prettiest dolls and lowest Demoralization in Russia. Neyv York Tribune: The Russian government gives notice that it will carry no-more money packages in the mails, because It Is unable to safe guard them and the repayment of losses from violent robbery Is too burdensame to the imperial, treasury. It would not be easy to imagine a more striking confession of adminis trative demoralization and Ineffic iency. •_ (Practical Carving Seta ree Percolated Lisk Self Bast|pg Roasters Asbestos Sad Irons Fin# Pocket Cutlery^ind Shears i Gillette Safety Razors Star Safety Razors Chafing Dishes Cake and Bread Mixers Wholesale and Retail Hardware 67 Broadway, Fargo. Ladies' Fur Lined Coat* $19.00 to $65.00 Ladies' Astrachan Coats $25.00 to $45.00 Ladtea' Near Seal Coats $25.00 to $75.00 .Christmas Hosiery Women's IVack Lisle Hose 50c Women's Fancy Emb. Hose .....75c Women's black and colored pure Silk Hose $1.75 to $4.00 Holiday Sale of Gloves For men. women and children. 12 and hiiuon Moutquitaire 00^ -.."k, Suede CWeS,*black, wlu'te/and even ing shades $3 to |4.50 THE WEATHER Chicago Forecast. For Moorhead and Vicinity: anj Red Blver Valley—Fair and warmer to night possibly snojv Wednesday and warmer. CITY LOCALS Fargo bank clearings $151,595.66. A. MOODY 522-524 FRONT ST, FARGO, NORTH DAK. For both Old and Young. Art icles that Are Sure to Please Cloak Room 2d Floor, Take Elevator Ladies* Cloth Coats in the very latest effects in Black and colors, fancy Plaids^ Checks rand Mixtures, at Special Prices— $!0 to $25 Ladies' Elaborate Coats for evening wear in Light, Tan, Grey, White and Black Verv fancy trimmed, lined in White Satin $25 to $50 11 Silk lined Mocha and Kid 'Mittens and Gloves. Men's Gloves for street aud,evgping wear Men's and ys' Gloves adigi Si it teas in Silk and Wool Lined. New Bags &. Suit Cases Genuine Leather, full leather lined, at 2o per cent cheaper than name quality goods can be bought elsewhere pricM $3.98 to $18.50 rrntcrTiMe. n.-: ni today were A crowd-drawing product. Iwlght'8 o e n i n k o u The rotary Neostyle for Mft| by Walker Bros. & Hardy. Fine styles of slippers for CliHatmas presents at Kurtzman's. ... High grade cigars gtvenr away on pool games at Tweeden'g.- Best cup ot coffee in town at Tweeden's, N. P. avenue. Gilbert Haggart has returned from a two weeks' business trip in the east. Swell, silk tipped Turkish cigarettes In fancy boxes for holiday gifts at the Broadway Cigar store. Plenty of nut coal on hand at Gibbs Grain & Fuel Co. Phone 1269. T. D. Piatt, Manager. G. I. NERHAUGEN TEACHEE O* VIOLIN, MANDOLIN AND GUITAR .•* Orchestra Engagements P^a no Tuning 118B*OADWAY y PHOKE245 Chfistrpas Candles—All our candies are made from absolutely pure in gredients, therefore they are the best to give the children on Christinas morning, whether intended for their stockings or to be given in boxes. No other store In Fargo provides such an array of fine candies and swell, fancy boxes, Plrie's, Broadway. P. H. Cummings, who a few days ago was In splendid health and was one of the active delegates at the mu nicipal league meeting at Grand Forks, was taken with a severe cold Sunday night. By hard work and careful nursing he has escaped another attic* Wjmiumdiila mt* adfes' Tailored Suits Very appropriate gilts for women, complete line of choice and sele garments $15.00 to $85.00 Children's Cloth & Bear Skin Coat in white and colors, quilted liningai i fringe trimmed. $4.00 to $15.00 Sterling Silver Novelties Toilet Sets Comb, Brush and Mi ror. Elegant heavy Silver back at handle. French plate miiror $9.00 to $12.00 Military Sets. Sterling mopnto ana ebony $1.50 to $7.00 Tray and Scraper. Heavy-Font v Sterling $4.00 to $6.50 feWf*fases, "Mfir rWS,1*'IfWT ruff Boxes, Candle Sticks, Go'rt ai Silver Cups, Pin Trays, Silver ai Soip Dishes. ing easier with the hopes of early re covery. Kurtxman'g footfltters. Cook paints signs. Phone 925. Have Knight Printing Co. print i£.,, Erlckson photos will not disappoint. All cigar boxes'are made'of Spanish cedar. ,*• Holly wreaths lor THEFARGO ^ffoHtrtl^N# Wlf/fT ^ftEPtTftLtfUTr ."fTOTOAY EVENTKO, DECEMBER 18, 1906. 4 Christmas Footwear Sorosis Shoes are always a delight look upon and a pleasuie towea? Prices— s $3.50 and $4.00 Women's Fur Trimmed cut, Juliet style, $1.25 i 48 pairs Infants'Felt Shoes, red, ti and green, regular 8s value, for .'holiday Jlecora- tlons, Shotwell & -Graver. The Fargo Building Association has MONEY ON HAND TO LOAN 90 Improved City Property at re duced rates of fnterest. Call on H. P. LOUGH, Secretary Room 4, First National Bank Bldg. Card index systems, devised and sold by Walker Bros. & Hardy. Typawrters to rent, all kinds. Un darwood Typewriter Co. Phone 643. Phone 585 for Dlemert & Murphy's quick delivery of wines and liquors. Fancy Christmas pipes and cigar holders at the Broadway Cigar store. Full line Edison's phonographs and records. Johnson's Cycle Supply house. Luger's Undertaking Parlor 11 Broadway JOHN K. DOUGHERTY Licensed Emhalmer If uueral Director Day or N '«ht hot,e 142-3 Select one of those pretty glove or handkerchief boxes filled with choice candies at Pirle'a. Swell present for any lady. Newest popifMH* copyright, books, leather goods, line comb and brush sets and all sorts of Christmas novel ties, at Turner's, 710 Front street. SALARY LOANS FURNITURE LOANS Montj loanod to honest employes on your plain cote K&ij to borrow Ml} paymauts. Strictly confidential. Loans on fnrniture, pianos, etc., on th* installment plan. W. G. MAHON, 64Broadway Room 5, Syndicate Mock, Fargo. Within a very few days the new Northwestern phone directory will be ready for publication and those who wish any corrections made in their name, or ^number or new names ln ^ie*e# :':irgi's mildest Jewelry I- writing at once and saxne will be At tended to. 'j See Erickson for your next photos. Cut prices In sun metal shoes for ladies at Kurtzman's. All brands of Christmas package el gars at The Broadway. Phone 585 for wines and liquors. Quick delivery. Dlemert & Murphy. Cigar bands and labels, with glass dishes to make decorated ash trays, at Broatoay Cigar store. JS, ./ Moore, grand recorder of the A. (x U. W., will leave Wednesday morn+ng for Orr, Grand Forks county, where he will assist in the institution of a new lodge of that order. TJ f~~\ 106 Broad w»y. Anto n 1 1/ |J matio Vaudeville, II Instratad floats.4to, ^8 to 5 t». m. and 7 to 11 p.m. Admission 10o, Childreu 5c afternoons. Th|Fargo College conservatory of i music will give a term recital in Stone's hall Wednesday evening, Dec. 19, atj 8:4." o'clock, to which the public is cordially invited. GtaJt0 Hank Waidron's Eagle salopn, Moorlead, for Gund*s celebrated La! Crosse beer on cfraught, or Peerless bottled beer. Orders delivered to pny part of the city. Phone 1108-M. WOOD AND COAI» WE HAVE IT INTERIOR LUMBER CO. Phone 93. Coal of the best quality, anthracite, all sizes, Yougheoghny, Hocking, Po cahontas-^as well as coke, for delivery in any part of the city at reasonable prides^ J. A. Chesley, phone 39. Christmas confections. Here's where Pirie's shines with splendor.' The choicest and purest and most varied as ^ell as the freshest to be found anywhere. When yott first catch cold—or feel it c^m&ng on ta«e Dr. Shoop's Preven tics,^ toothsome candy Tablet they Wil surely and quickly check an approaching cold or Lagrippe. Sold by McDonald Drug Co. Bppks for young and oldmake most apptopriate gifts. We halre a grand selection from 15 cents up. All popu lar authors and poets. Beautifully il lustrated books with leather bindings. Turner's, 710 Front street, Fargo. For Catarrh of the nose and throat use Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Cure. This creamy, Snow White healing balm, soothes the throat and nostrils, and quickly purifies a foul or feverish breath. Ask us for a free trial box. Sold by McDonald Drug Co. All elsswi of help for short or perman ent positions. LARSON A POTJLBON, Employment Agents 408Front Street. P^oneSM. Miss Pearl Smith reached home on Sunday evening last to spiend her hol iday vacation with her parents, Mr. an«i Mrs. W. W. Smith, on the south side. Miss Smith Is the 'general secre tary of the Y. W. C. A. of the Uni versity of Missouri and speaks very highly of the standing of the U, among the colleges of the west, phe ,expects to return to resume her work shortly after New Years. MEAL TICKETS $3 50 "EUROPEAN HOTEL SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS—A nice pair of spectacles or eye glasses, well-fltted by an expert, mp.kes an appropriate and lasting Christmas present, and something that would be very much appreciated by those who are o)\liged to use glasses. For this purpose we are making an elegant rimless gold-mounted specta cle or eye glass. The !en.ses are made from the finest crystal, accurately ground to fit the eye, and the mount ings are made to fit the face becom- The Marvelous Beauty and Variety of tfa|' DIAMOND JEWELRY, SILVERWARES, WATCHES, CLOCKS, CULNA, CCT GLASS, MARBLES, BRONZES SHOWN THIS SEASON AT ^undberg's V 'f street, Fargo, N. D. Have your eyes examined now. The Modern Samaritans Pah use it few good agents. 604 Front street. WASEM & GAARD. Embalmers and Funeral Direct* org. Lady Attendant, Specialists. Have you thought of pictures for that present? McClane's art store. Get one of those fancy Imported work baskets filled with choice candies at Pirie's—one of the fittest presents you can make. SPECIAL W* ksn jut nopanM 25 dozen BeAtt tlfot Hatid Painted Jatmnrpn Cnps and Sincnrs with all over II hrI, .s 73 Broadway, Tararo, N. D. is Exciting Universal Admiration-^TH^Low Prices Are a,Revelation lo All Who Get to Know Them Y6n are cordially invited td cotne and examine, &a&itlso -of Gifts"—1000 illustrations with prices—-which will be mailed free to you. I laudt-caties and figure (teroratiuu?, the kind that sell at 40: and but while they last, your choice 25c. THE HOMX ttl CO. Phone 601 M. Front St. Flat-opening blank books, loose leaf ledgers, card ledgers, we make'them all right here in Fargo. Call and see us before ordering your books for the new year. Walker Bros. & Hardy. COAL AND WOOD Cross Creek Lehigh Hard Coal, Hocking Valley Soft Coal, Poca hontas Smokeless, Dakota Lignite and Wood of all kinds. MAGILL & COMPANY FHONB 82 Terxa's meat department has a spe cial delivery by which orders are filled promptly of the best meats possible to buy. Try this department when ordering groceries. THE PANTORIUM Cleaning, pressing, dyeinc. City nod eoaulry txade solicited, 1 N. P. Ave. Fargo, SHOES are very stylish, serviceable and com fortable to Mar. .. Thry are dressy, fine looking shoes that can ,• be depended upon for wear and for correct style. I You will get the most for your money buying "Western Lady" shoes. Try thtm. Your dealer will supply you, but Insist oq getting ihe" Western Lady" brand. Our trade-mark ia stamped on every aole. For extreme comfort try "Martba Washington" Com fort shoes. Sold everywhere. F. Mayer Boot & Shoe Co., Milwaukee, Wij. N. D, Great mounds of the very purest candies made will be found at Pirie's all fresh and delicious. Fancy boxes and fine chocolates go well in making up an ideal Christmas present, Pirie's, Broadway. Those wishing name or address or number corrections made in the new telephone directory, which is about to be published by the Northwestern ex change, should send in such correc tions or additions at once 111 writing, stating what is desired. A. petition in bankruptcy was filed late, yesterday,afternoon in the clerk of the United'States court's office by James C. Anderson, a farmer living at Eliendaie. The assets of the petition- SSUlft- Wfi "ti'- "Vv»...V ience. This is why we lead. i TO W A N fV, i N N *.hU morning to fill a'tKiMfrfiSH'in si lumber yard at Wao ren, Minn. Mr. Ness has been study ing bookkeeping at Aaker's Business College for some time. Not even hi the twin cities is there a business col lege W'h4*h cart boast of as good juap» ters and oiuipment as the A. B. G. and the average experience of its pres ent teachers is fourteen years. There is probably not a school In the states that has (eaqhera with more expe$? B. HARTSTEIN New smI Second Hand Base Burner E A E S Lowest Prices. See them before buying. 402 front St. Telephone 181 ERXA 1134 TWO PHOTO 1135| 482 Meat Department 65c Potatoes,* per bus.. Bri:k Cheese, .vji, PC. lb L.V& V- mont Maple Syrup, ab- Jh j"n S' -tely pure* per qt .... 136 Imported Malaga Grapes, '*16 0% rf i lb d£tf€t ported 4 Crown Figa, e* i i 4 B! a ck Wainuts,, -f j'tf lb ... ........... New English Walnut^ PC! lb a mum 17c tOe ,20c I .arge 1* amily Mackerel* w 1 ght i)4 lbs, each'.. 4C V Cf JJishop's Asiorted Preserv» in lass, 40c size, r-..w £||Q I'.ishop's Assorted Fiuits i, '.)• size, glass jais, ft n o w TRY OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT The Meats »nd Fish are the best. I he Prices are Right. The De liveries Are Prompt.