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DRESS OOODS Arriving Daily magnificent Extra Special 2500 yards of Fine Hamburg Edgings, 7 to 10 inches wide, Extra .special, per yard 15c and 25c i Silk Special 150 yards of 19 inch Black Taf feta Silk, a very firm quality best 75c value in Far- j\ Ijo. Special Friday 1 |nd Saturday JTHE WEATHER "4 $ Weather Forecast. $ -y i North Dakota—Fair tonight and $ $ l^lday, slowly rising temfiera- $ M»re. Emerson's barber sriop ana Turkish baih rooms, now located at 13 Fourth street, Moorhead. Visit them. FELD-KERCH-NER'S o! I lancing and Depbftment ..... .,.j Assembly Dance At Stone's Hall r-_ SATURDAY, FEB. 9,1907, Admission, 75c per couple Invitations Must Be Presented at the Door |A, visitor at the home of Joaquin ^filler expressed surprise at the ab sence of a library. "Books." exclaimed the poet. "I do not read books WWte' them," »Mr. and *1* G. S. 0&u*chili Mr. and Mrs. Hf. \V.' Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lynch composed a party of Oasselton people who came in to at t^rnd the theater this evening. WOOD AND COAL WE HAVE IT Interior Lumber Co. Phone 9*. -The case of Hazey vs. Mathwig oc cupied the attention of Judge Pollock again today in the district court. Up to a late hour the arguments of the attorneys had not been concluded. At a dinner in New York Congress man Bede said: "They say that President Roosevelt has changed the national bird from ^n eagle to a stork. The president, they say," ar gues that the eagle merely screams, whereas the stork delivers the goods.'' C. I. NERHAUGEN TKACHEB OF 10LIN, Mandolin and Gujtar Orchestra Engagements Piano Tuning H8 Broadway Phone v 4 CITY LOCALS. free Erickson for your next photos. Ijine fresh dressed turkeyr at Eg gefjt'a, Phone 591 or 592. Valentines that are different Itc Cl^ne's Art Store, 69 Broadway. miss the sentimental concert EpwortYv League nf Ftr.it hureh, Feb. 8. Don't miss gifprtby the Methodist oh fe. D. Ange,ll has moved his .real es tate office from the Smltli block to roams 6 and 7. Magill block. MOODY 522-524 FRONT STREET, FAROO New Laccs Embroideries and All-Overs N. P. Ave. i24f.lt s. (^"ashel Hoey, the English npv elistf artf|ft|^ra3er -w-Mter, if'pr©M )ly'ithe nlilpjft woman in active jour nalistic w'oVk Mrs. Hoey is still a busy writer for the press, and bears lightly-the burden of her'seventy-six year*. Her first newspaper artjele display of the newest effects in Laces, Insertions, Embroideries, Flounces arid All-Overs. Our direct importation, which was placed about six months ago, enables us to offer these goods at about 20% less than, they :can Extra Special For Friday and Saturday, One lot of New Corset Cover Em broideries, 18 inches €%t% wide 35c and 40c val- zXf* ues. Special.. i. i^ New Colored Pongee Silks, inches wide Come in every wanted shade. Special Per vn ttT was written more than half a century ago, in 1853. For sale, wood at fct ll per load. Bristol ft Swec^.* Full line Edison's phonographs and records. Johnson's Cycle Supply house. Steam heated rooms for. $5 per month and up. Tweeden block, N. P* avenue, Fargo. A. F. Humes, who recently under went an operation at the Bratnerd hos pital, returned home yesterday. WASElM & QAARD, Ernbalmers and Funeral Direct ors. Lady Attendant. Specialists.' During the races at the roller rink ''th,iLr$*£-*t .admission will be -16c. Admission Including skates 35c. E. E. Snyden is the new proprietor of The Guardian at Bow.tfon, D. He Has completed all' arrangements' to publish a paper in thut place. THE PANTORIUM Clsaoiag, prMsiae, dyeia^. City and country trad* solicited. Fargo. N. B. 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 prices. J. A. Ghesley, phone 39. Go to Hank Waldron's Eagle saloon, Moorhead, for Gund's celebrated La Crosse beer on draught, or Peerless bottled beer. Orders delivered to any puait of the city. Phone 1108-M. Lumry Bros, are expecting a car of fine heavy work norses to be here Sat urday,' and will be pleased to confer with anyone interested,' At "their officfe with the Merchant's Storage & Trans fer Co. *. !'((P BASKET BAIIL k GAME. Saturday, February I\ARGO ATHLETICS vs. A. C. TEAM AT A. C. ARMOftY 8 5 P. M. Sharp ADMISSION 35c The Scottish Rite board of trustees had a meeting last evening and Mr. Plumley presented his resignation as secretary of the board. It was unani mously accepted and Dr. Hill was elected to fill the vacancy. Mr. Plum ley continues as a member of the board. Having moved to Minneapolis, I wll sell my North Broadway home*at a sacrifice 12 lots, beautiful shade trees, one of the handsomest locations and grounds on North Broadway. Some one will get this in the next sixty days at'a snap. O. W. Kerr, corner Nicol let and Third street, Minneapolis, Minn. n 108 Lady STAR SAFETY RAZOR A MOST VAl UED DAILY COMPANION TO MEN OF ALL NATIONS—WHY It l» the Best Safety Shaving Device in the World. Makfs self-shaving a pleasant amusement Instead of ati Irksome task. Razor Complete, $1.50. Handsome Outfits, and up. On sate In our Cutlpry D^ ynrttn.-nt, Whtkftf§S RttaH mmwkm O'NEILL'S Broadway. Auto- 1J I I vJ lj matic Vaudeville, n- lustrated Bongs, ete, to 5 p. tn. and 7 to 11 p. m. Admission lOo, Children Iks afternoons^ Dorothy Staoley, vv4dow .of Sir M. Stanley, the,. explorer, has from her English home ask navy department in Waahipg information regarding her hus Henry ^litten Ing the ton for band's service in the American navy duripg the, civil war. Lady Stanley No 87 BrtatfWiy rAJIQO, N.O. v 7,, .' ,. .../'. V THE PABGO rORtJM MB BAILY RIPTTBLTCAN, THrftSTUY EYRNLXU, FEBIU'AHY ___ MORE NEW S^A»SW|."- fait Received Today be bought for today. ENGLISH CAMBRIC SPECIAL 50 pieces of 36 in. fine, white, Soft Finish Cambric, in 2 75c 1.29 pieces to a customer. Newest Creations and many exclusive nov elties in the 1907 Spring- Wash Fabrics now 011 lias in preparation a biography of her husband. 1 k v Finland has storm. never Iwd ^. thunder Cigar ashes' are mn .excellent tooth powder. v There is In 'Pari* a snMll theater for the deaf an^ dumb.. The housewives worry preventative —Dwight^s Golden Link flour. High grade cigars glveity on pool games at Tweeden's. A Mexican cargado'r or porter will tarry a 400-pound load with ease. T^he Modern Samaritans can use. a few good agents. 604 Front street. Phone 585 for wines and liquors. Quick delivery. Diemert & Murphy. 'Luger's Undertaking Parlor No, It Broad war JOHN E. DOOOHEETY jLieSnsed Embalmer Funeral Director Day or Night Phone 142-8 The largest tobacco factory is at Lille. It belong^ to the' French gov ernment. !*vj 4, '.i ,r Absolute faith ia founded'largely on absolute-hope, and each one strength ens the other, Lrtve is the purifier which separates all generosity and kindness nvom a sense of obligation. Let us come out- from the shadows of selfishness, and stand in the, warm sunshine of self sacrifice for a*while. The Fargo Building Association has MONEY ON HAND TO LOAN on Improved City Property at reduced rates ol interest. Call on H. P. LOUGH, Secretary Room First National Bank Bidg. South America produces the biggest leaf in the world—the inaj palm leaf, fifty feet long and twelve feet wide. Qol, E. e. Oeares, jr., has been ill with the jfrip for. the past three days, but is now reported to be improving. Owing to an accident in the, press room, The Forum will be iatfe in reach ing the homes of subscribers in the city this afternoon. SALARY LOANS FURNITURE LOANS Money loaned to honest employee on your plain note, Easy to borrow easy payments. Strictly confidential. Loans on furniture, pianos, etc.. on the installment plan. W. G. MAHON, 64Broadway Boom 5, Syndicate Block, Fargo. At the meeting of the Scottish Rite bodies last evening five more candi dates were elected for th® reunion, commencing next Monday. H. V. Peterson of Minneapolis and F. R. Switzer of Fergus Falls, were the guests of C. M. Darling at the Commercial club at noon today. If you enjoy sentimental music, be at the First Methodist church at 7:45 p. m., Friday, Feb. 8. A treat is prom ised. A silver collection will be taken. The bread for health is made from PRIDE OF DAKOTA FLOUR Made by special process—it'|» beautiful, white and wl^ole some. Mad? by FargO Mill Ca j'- and sold by all grocers. The 3-year-old son of Mr. and Wiley of Thirteenth street north, died rfhoitly before noon today. The' fun eral will be held tomorrow afternoon. An information charging insanity was filed in the county court today against Mrs. Lizzie Kleist of this city. The unfortunate woman will be given a hearing this evening or tomorrow. MEAL TICKETS $3.50 EUROPEAN HOTELS- O. G. Major of Hope Who arrived in Fargo "this afternoon on a much delayed -Aneta branch train, states that an enthusiastic meeting of farmers from the sum»unaing country, was h|ld at Hope yesterday, and a lranci» of the American Society' of Kqulty «i%£t1ftls*d *tOr'a membership 1'orty.y ... 7oO£ paints algns. Phone r92l, Have Knight Printing Co. print It stenographer, 609 N. P. ave. Tel. 54 S 'argo bank clearings to'day wei JVMter and summer, pvery inhabl I it $f Munich dOrinks tvo quarts a daV.'r" lope la realty nothing more than tutifui thought. -with the-foundatio belief beneath It. MASONIC TfcMPLE SOUVENIRS V.PklCE NOW ONLY \t noon the moon's temperature I 1 degrees, while at night it is 16© de es below zero. i 12 lengths, worth $1.75 per piece. Special Friday and Saturday Limit vard is a motive behind the sin' tha i!u kes it one, and the virtue of inten ,!'i that absolves a seeming wrong. GRASS SEEDS W« want every termer in the northwest to have a copy of our1907 seed eatalogue on grass seeds, seed com aod all farm seeds write for it today it is free.if THB LA MODRE8EKD HOUSE E. A. Bennett, Prop. Lj Moure, N. D. v man who has known E. H. Harri 1: for more than twenty years, sal a few days ago: "The ope qualit tin4 Harriman possesses Which mor thiip ail others, is 3? constant sourc or wonder to me, Is hfs 'un remit tin and, I may say, his curious energy." Hard Coal to Burn In Nut, Egsj and Stove Sizes. Also plenty of suit coal in two sizes. Order now, GIBBS GRAIN & FUEL CO. Phone 1269. FEED CORN jln ear loads, delivered any ttarioo. Write us for prices 4. MAG ILL & Co!! F«#i Leonard Ijeon&ri* & D., Feb. 5,—TJo The Forum: The regular services were not! held in the M. E. church last Sun day on account of the illness of Rev. Thps. Dean. Representative Richard Piper arrived heife from Bismarck Friday.' He will return to resume his legislative duties in a few days. (Jeofge Moran, who has been suffer ing for more than a week from an at tack of pleurisy,' is almost recovered. 6ur solitary train Friday, which switched off a car of coal atid one of wood, broke up the chance of a fuel faipine for a time. James Hughes returned home from Wahpeton Saturday via Casseltdn. Miss Etta Lemnus, who has been visiting at Woods fdr the past week, returned Sunday. 4#ast Fridaty evening the fond hopes of jthe masqueraders were again blast ed! by the inclemency and untoward neis of the weather and the bail was repostponed to Feb. 22. Perhaps the shade of the good father of his country will Interpose to secure good weather on that, the anniversary of his birth. Jfohh Biever moved Monday from his fal?m north of town Into thte residence hei has purchased here. Qeorge Elliott returned home Friday from Fargo, where he has been staying with his Wife, who is in the St. John's hospital. He reports her as' getting along nicely. Mrs. Smith of Lisbon, who has been visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Rad diffe, died»Monday morning at 3 o'clock after a brief illness of pneu monia. Dr. Evan Hysltn of Kindred, N. D.. was here Monday evening attending Henning Johnson's youngest child, who is suffering from meningitite. Cor. L. "Jacques Missing. London Express: "The emperor of the Sahara," M. Jacques Lebaudy, has disappeared, and £800,000 worth of his houses, castles, farms and forests are left to look after themselves. A great many of the rents ha,Ve not been collected for months.- Some time ago the emperor had the following notice printed In many of the papers: "Empire of Sahara. For sale, all the houses of France belong ing to his majesty, Jacques I. Offers should be made to the European em bassy of the empire of Sahara in Brus sels." A few weeks afterward the emperor masquerading as Abdullah Ben, prince of Teheran—tried to buy the town of Dulcigrio, in the Adriatic, and a few days later the.Turkish police ar rested him at DurazzO In mistake for an absconding, cashier of. a Viennese bank. He wa3. shortly afterward liberated, and went to Bari, where he made him self very popular by throwing money to the crowd from his windows. About the end of July the French for e i n o i e e e i v e a n o e s i n e Peflk Pasha, Foreign Minister to the Saharan Empire." The minister pro- I tested on behalf of "His Majesty Jae qhe-s I," against the holding of the Algeclras conference, because no new nptiflcation of it had been made to hjs imperial master. v Since then Jacquep 1 has disappear ed, and nobody, has. been »We to get any news of him. 190: sl,' 50c. McKendry, at Temple, or H. C. Plumley at Forum. i htve jUst" as much confidence i fellow man as I have in myself n re or no less. Phone PEOPLE OF NOTE 14 E. Page is transacting business here today. C. T. D. Piatt, Mgr. Freight other than coal is again moving over the Northern Pacific. A long train eastbound, and made up .partly of cars loaded with lumber from the Pacific coast and partly of empty ore) car's which are being taken back ta the head or the lakes to be. reloaded with coal, passed .through Fargo to da|. w. Dickinson of Page ia refffatered at the Metropofe." Judge Knauf of Jamestown wijui,'jLn arrival In the city last night. (leorge F. Rich of Grand Formal was a guest of the day at the £rescott. Judge Charles A. Gram of Sheldon was a guest of the *ay at the Waldorf. CSeorge Rapp of Medina, who is here attenilng etiurt, is a guest at the Web ster. Mrs. T. E. Riley and Mrs. P. N. My rpn of Abercrombie are visiting In the city. F^epreaentailvft ClMrk Moor« of Gard ner stopped in Fargo last night on way to Bismarck. A. Bilgers of Churchs Ferry was among those who stopped in Fargo to day on t.heir way to Bismarck. Mr. and Mrs. John Boos of Leonard are spending the day here. Mr Boos rs one of Leonard's popular storekeep ers. James and William McDonnell, two prominent farmers of Medina, are vis iting. Jn Fargo and-stopping, at the Elliott. Hugh (3. Hempstead* the well Finish? Dixon Manager Leach Talks: your linen and washable wearing app^wl th Dixon Latindry Line they are in good compafty. All th swell clothes of the swell dressers are there—atsq('those men who are looking for a Little Better Liuncfery^Work. You would be surprised to know wheVe th^pfxon I.fr reaches. It branches out to every street,,'.avenue an thoroughfare in the city and Moorhead. To.'many, man towns and cities over the state. -f All these people like our m$bod of combining bralr with our work. They approvd of your plan of always strf^ •ng for the best and beginning at the bottom to .do, the woi right so that when the finished product is retufttfjH to th^i the foundation is there and tJhe work stands up a.nd weai wctl without wearing otit. i .'() You can get on the Dixdh Line by phoning ii doubl Dixon Block, Broadwfo & Fargo, N. I his Will Gil more, one ofr,Wope's:piTOf$er ou-* agriculturalists, is herei looking aftej- *ome business matters. T. P. Gentry, the well known Minot knight of the grip, spent the day in Fargo, stopping at the Waldorf. known N. P. eittploye of Jamestown, Js here on business connected with his official duties. C. Murphy of Grand Forks, who is attorney 'for the Great Northern, passed through Fargo today on his way to Bismarck to attend the legis lative sessions. Postmaster H. S. Oliver of Lisbon, J. W. Carroll and T. J- Dwire of the same, place, arrived on 'the much-delayed' Southwestern train last night on their .way to Bismarck. John Lancaster, the well known Verona storekeeper, who has been ill with rheumatism at St. John's hos pital, has recovered sufficiently to leave the hospital and expects to re turn home soon. .» West Point—Entrance arid The Atlantic: In our flrsf appear ance as a military body marching to dinner, we-offered, as every class be fore us had offered, the usual—and perhaps the most amusing—spectacle that meets the eye at West Point. We were a column of gawky boys of ail sizes from five to six feet tall, clad In all sorts of particolored raiment oui eyes fixed, yes, glued, on the coat col lar of the boy in front of us, a grlrr dismainess hanging in every face, all of us trying mechanically to point our toes and to comply with the fierce orders from sergeants and lance cor porals who trod the earth proudly or each flank, filling: the air with "hep! ht'p!" Every little while some one of us lost the step or, treading on the hqels of the man In front, threw the whole line Into such a hobbling mas? as to cause the sergeant in a high state of dudgeon to plant his heel* aqd roar out "halt!" Yes, a "plebe" class fnarchliHr for the first time Is mighty funny sight. But see then four years hence, marching up to tht commanding officer at their last par ade! What a transformation! OH the step now! No sergeant's or lanC Wigs, Beards,... Moustaches, For Rent 7 d' Also MASKS j- 9ct 10c, 15c, 25c. Fine line of Hair poodt. Special Models mide tip, MRS. J. K0PLEMAH $10 Frent Street, ftrgt, •»ho«« U8» w WHAT THEY SAY f**- W. L. Van Horn: There will be meeting of the oncers of Fargo Coun cil of Kadosh Friday evening at 8 o'clock for degree practice. Fjora Durham. .Sec.: Ivy Rebekah lodge will meet In regular session this evening at 7:3t o'clock. Initiation of candidates followed toy a social ses sion. All members of .the order.. 1q vi«W. a. JR. Cracking Gospel aeiVice "of song and prayer tails' evening at th^s Glad Tidings mission at'7:30, followed' by preaching by Rev. J. W. Dun ford of the Broadway Methodist church. These services are fyrofttnble to all. H. 5. Leonard The people »vho have*-" arranged the fine lecture course that* Fargo has had this winter have becm exceedingly fortunate in their select lions, but as is fitting, they have keitfe. Uie^ besP for fhe 1^1'. Frank saitlus, the i»re^llem of Armour InstU*' tutfc, and Chicago's gre it preacher, ijk to give l»t.s. «re«t- ler^tire »n Havnotol^ Feb.- 18. TlkMer. w^pj la^'e iheard Gunsaulus will ttsanf 'W hear filTti'5, again. He is certainly one of the morft eloquent orators in America today. .-.AuK ,J corporal's command* are necessary they walk proudly apd gracefully the grim,, dismal cloud of plebedom has drifted off,, and the faces are lit itp with a flushing pride. Great, great are the changes a class undergoes in four y»*afs at West POint—and in mote vvay» ihan one. i V' The Englioh billion is 1,000 tiii^a greater than the American. 8TILL THEY COME. •:-MlAs Julia Tweeten, from Moorhead, enrolled at Aaker's Business College this morning, to ti4ke a course In shorthand. This places the enroll ment at 24S.: The proprietor of the A B. f. (fa's'fourteen years' experience in general merchandising and twentjt years' experience in teaching anifr school' management, s'o 1he student* of the A. B. have the advantage of being: under the care of experlence«t managements. Thl# must be one of the reasorisr why the A. B. C. ha^' grown so rapidly. Shelled Corn rrrff and Ground lECU DELIVERED at ANY STATiOfi Car iut.i, itiitv. Write for prices. S. R. FREEMAN, US Broadwai, FARSO K YERXA'S 1134—Two Phones—1135 Vant jMBiiaa'g JFIour, 6-lb. ck 25c 1 e«h Country Egg«". J, 1 tr dozen vjCfl iv:ngal Brand Sliced Pine a pp it, :-!b. LT.?^.'............ 20c i iwaiian Blue ^ell Pineappit i.ne 20c 40c 30o 10c 25o 10c 10c b. can rfHced ........i. an/anilla Olives, fine Havor, per quart Monarch C&kttdl C^htup, l'Jit bottl?...... U laker Oat« Mb. package tra Targe Tmporfeil gs, per pound.. 'aCk Walnut!, per pound (ro-lb. lots or iBBOre at 8c) White Hoofey 4to* Ibomb per pound... Faribault Corn, 2*lb. for '. ..r dozeo«••••«»+.• .»•«. Large Sweet PfcltJei per quart 25c lOo 30o House Coffee per po'jfid..,.