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I« fir 'V t, fV I: '5'y V •4' •$Th« hl^h .water has interfere some what with the return of the students a^\d some of the faculty of Fargo col lege from their spring vacation. Sev eral of them who spent their vacations at home og--visiting friends, found themselves unable to return to the col lege In time for the opening of the spring term. Among these was Miss Moore. She went to Caledonia, N. D. "While she was visiting there the Red river rose to such a height that com munication with the Minnesota shore was interrupted for some time. In consequence she was unable to get across to Shelly, Minn., which was the nearest point at which she could get a train for Fargo and her vacation was per force, extended for twenty-four hours. Let Us Show You Samples of New Wall Paper Herf i| %dispJay of'^pers whicK, fo* tC^d'S «»,'! .1 ariety and moderate price, are not equal- :d because of the. great department dem oted to these novel and exclusive papers, '-V J.i "r*r*m t*»* rv,n .J*« liey include directF|r1^ Imported Papers From Gernaany France Belgium and Switzerland i which are carefully selected and combine tfofc choicest olorings and designs. CALL AND SEE THEM T*r- Students and Member* of the Faculty at Fargo College Unable to Reach Fargo. i*NKS iteboi .M'J X'MM FFAJTUU JMJIUJM •M'MMMMIMFMTI Today's clearings were 169,185-24- Great Opportunities. Small homes for sale on the install ment plan. Don't pay rent when you can buy on such terms. Morton & Co. Farm For Rent. I have one very desirable three quarter section farm, well located, for rent, to a good, reliable farmer only. Land Is in first class condition, well drained, and plowed, ready for crop. Buildings are new. Might rent one quarter to farmer near by. Would as sist reliable party to purchase stock and machinery. H. F. Chaffee, man ager, Amenia. N. D. the foot is one pair of ill-fitting shoes may cause foot deformities which will last thru life. The Gotxian Shoe is made for children as well as for men and women and "fits like your footprint.** The* price for children from 8 to 12 years Is $1.50 to $2,50. •won DECORATE YOUR HOME THIS SPRING K»fl'! Iva V *. "t Made la St. Paul by C. Gotzlan & Cd. since 183$ Mistakes NORTH & DECORATING COMPANY We Go Everywhere For Work Phone699 DtTNCAN BLOCK FARGO ARE PROSPEROUS. Cl«frfngs at the Local Banfcsr This Week Were $487,209.12. That Fargo financial institutions ar^ just now in a prosperous condition and doing a good business is Indicated by the bank clearings which for the past week totaled $487,209.12 as cotppared to the corresponding week of last year, when they were $344,928.60, showing a gain of about 30 per cent. OLMANDi FOR UOUSES •, Flood Causes a Boom in House and Room Renting Business—Many S*ek New Locations. vOne resuit of the present flopd wh}cli Fargo Is experiencing has been to stimulate the renting business., number of families living on ,lower Front street and on Fourth street south in the Island park district, have been compelled to vacate their homes by the rising waters and they are now seeking quarters elsewhere. As a re sult there is a greater demand than usual for houses. Among those who have suffered the most inconvenience from the present flood is the family of Mrs. Maggie Ar neson. They occupied the house on Seventh street south, opposite the park. The rising flood compelled them to va cate Monday afternoon and now the waters have ascended half way to-the ceiling of the lower story. HT II hi i.M trv Let U« Help You Plan New Wall Decorations th made in the planning/ Not that you have been disappointed but if you are not sure you ar£ welcome to our large experience whenever you choose to ask for it, special Designers TTFTJIVTTFVTR the home decorations are We pllkti ami submit special designs for the decoration of private homes, public build- ings and churches. Beside papering of the highest class we do all kinds of painting, decorating and fresco painting ami are glad to submit designs for any purport, ASK US TO AID YOU »ii ,*Hja u fvj ioy, A US WILL BE BUSY Several Meetings Will 8# Held in the 'Masonict Temple Tonight-—Maun *v* day Thursday Celebration. "(jPhere will be three or more Masonic meetings at «the temple tjiis evening, and one or two other gatherings will b^there as well. TJie stated meeting of Mecca Chap ter, Order of Eastern Star, will be held at 7|30, and the ladies hope for a good attendance. El Zagal temple, Order of the Mystic Shrine, will hold a business, meeting at 8 o'clock, to perfect arrangements for ladies' night, and .look after other mat ters. The Scottish Rite members will meet at 6:30 for the traditional pascal ban quet, which will be served in the ban quet hall, and the service of exting uishing the lights will occur and be ac companied with all the usual cere monies. After this is over, the elec tions of officers will be held, and the corps selected l'or the next three years. The trustees of the bodies for the com ing year will also be elected, and other business transacted. The Scottish Rite members will re light the tapers Sunday 9:30 o'clock. Irtm dlnary visitor to Berlin has great dlffi- oulty in finding accommodations at Another new feature of Berlin hotel and restaurant life is the opening of an enormous restaurant which, with Its twelve splendid chambers can ac commodate 4,000 people simultane 1 ously. For gorgeousness of fittings and beauty of design the new restau 1 rant, which cost 12,000,000 marks 1 ($3,000,000), has surpassed PREPARING FOR THE PILGRIMAGE LOCAL SHRINERS HAVE RECCIV* EO THE PROGRAMME OF EN TERTAINMENT WHICH WILL BE AFFORDED THEM IN L08 AN-' GELES IN MAY. Local Shiners are busy 4»r«paring for the pilgrimage to LOB Angeles, I which" is to occur In May. The Ittner Afluey for the journey has been. carefully arranged, together with the pro-i i gramme of entertainment. They are now being Issued from the Masonic temple, and show that the trip which the Shrinertf will take will'he'& friost Interesting and pleasant one. The shrine nobles will leave Fargo on the mottling of April Sft, and if enough of them go, a special sleeper will be secured fo£ the entire party. At St. Paul the band of pilgrims will' be further augmented by the repre- I sentatives of Ozman and Zuhrah tem pies, and a special train will take them to IJO.S Angeles via Omaha, Denver, Colorado Springs, Glenwood and Salt Lake -City, over a beautiful route through the Rocky mountains. On their arrival at Los Angeles the Shriners will enter upon a season of gaiety and pleasure almost unrivalled. During Shrine week trips will be mjade to Catalina Islands, Pasadena and Lotig Beach, and the ostrich farm,| which lies between Los Angeles and Pasadena. There will be several grand parades and drills in whidli the offi cers, Arab patrols and bands from all over the country will participate, auto mobile and tally-ho excursions and theatre parties. A Mature of the week will be the flower parade which will take place oh Friday, May 10. This is said to be one of the most beautiful spectacles to be witnessed anywhere. In the ev ening of the same day the gathering will be concluded with a grand ball at A1 Malaikah's temple. Matters have been so arranged that the local Shriners have a wide choice of routes for the return trip. They can either come back by the same- route wrhieh they followed in going to Los Angeles, or they can journey to San Franelsco by rail and take a steamer to Portland, Seattle or Vancouver and thence come east via the Great North ern or Canadian Pacific. It is understood that a number of the local shriners are planning to make the pilgrimage. Quarter Section. **We have for sale near Davenport a quarter-section of fine land that "We are authprimad to sell for $25 per ilcre. It in & graat bargain. Mortpfi & Co, Rev. mornlng*at'®styles Sunday is also Easter day, and the' Knights Templar will celebrate the oc casion by attending church that after noon, having been invited to the First Congregational church, by Rev Dr Beard, i» pastor. Farms for Rent. *-.*• Something choice in the way of a section farm with buildings. All plowed except ninety acres—one-third summer fallowed. For particulars phone or write Morton & Co. CAN'T HOUSE VISITOR8. that the suburbs are making. Never- ^'v'yies from all parts of the assoeta theless it remains a fact, and the or- W. A. Dunnett. The Canadian evangelist who is con ducting a series of evangelistic ser vices at the First baptist church. tlon 8 the best hotels. extensive and attractive programme of To meet this dema,nd has been the ,day'«. the Sunday aim of many speculators lately^ ana' receive special attention, during the next two months irto fewer ?Fur Styles 1907-8. :v Wm. Pinkhus, of the Arm of Joseph & Pinkhus. left last night for New York on a four week's business trip. The style sheets showing the furs and wil'c^ and 1$ to Have More Hotels Big Restaurants. Berlin, March 28.—Berlin can no longer house her visitors. This may seem an astounding fact to those who have watched the gigantic and mag nifieent piles of hotels, buildings and houses in course of erection and who have noticed the tremendous strides predominate during the season of 1907-8 were published March 1. and Mr. Pinkhus will seek carefully and select the newest and pret tiest novelties, in great variety and quantities, to be found on the market. Everything seems to run to mink for next spring and heads and ta^ls of these little animals will be on every thing made up in mink. A large se lection of fur linings for coats will be made so that the women may selec anything they fancy and have it made up this summer when manufacture is much cheaper than in the fall. Fur lined coats for ladles will be semi-fit ting in the back this season and spreading and ruffled at the bottom. Southeast Texas Association. ,'(taj|nge, Texas, March 28.—The fifth anneal meeting of the Southeast Texas Baptist association will convene here tonight at the Greene Avenue Baptist church. It will continue in session until Sunday night. John Mare will preach the sermon on the opening "ight. On Friday a large number of) territory will participate in the exerclR°s, rm're and on Saturday as'^fharty different ones will carry out the, are open than four enormous hotels ar© to fee "ssto"- This privilege will be great opened. I tor" U a" general dis- enjoyed, as many fr the finest speakers, and it has a large number of &em# delight ttt the general discussion. OP! OLD VIRGINIA FARMS £2 Mini iimni*. (.npt, I!lu«lr»t«l Larwost list. Fiirms in State. This the t-oumry for the Nortbera Fanner. "C want, to hear from overv man lb., who desires to hotter his conilition. W- «i '9lj V Is i JIIHII llil. mm* Cucelman a Co., Richmond, Va r.aat-froec r»rw— •rrnrr Auditor taunt), ID. —iwirTn Have Your Furs Properly Cared For During Summer 4 More furs an* ruined by rtoth each year than "fty actual wear Nevertheless there are innumerable persons who through oversight, carelessness•« or mistaken economy, neglect to properly care for their furs, during the dangerous summer months. With proper care a fur garment of quality will last a very long time, and can readily be al tered to the la test style and to lxk Hke new -but If the»'^,n ment is moth-eaten, it will Edwards either be completely ruined, or at best, the expense of repairing the damage will great# exceed the coat M'stor age. -'i-V ... A receipt is given for each gar ment left with us for storage, spec ifying the value, which is insured against both moth and loss'bj',fire. Special Prices oil Repairing During Summer Season Phone 615-L and we will be pleased to explain full details JOSEPH &PINKUS Building Wigs, Beards, Moustaches, v For Rent Also MASKS at 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c. Froe line o£ Hair Goods. Special Modeis made up. MRS. J. KOPLEMAN •10 Front Street, Force. Phone U88 WILL BEGIN SEEDING Word Received in Fargo Says^hat Farmers Will Begin Plant ing April 11 Se*ding on April 1. That tr what is expected to happen in the southern part of the state this year. A tele phone message was received today from F. P. Bennett, cashier of the Farmers* State bank at LaMoure, stat ing that everything was In prime con dition for seeding in that vicinity, and that if the present weather conditions continue the farmers will begin plant ing the first of next week. The movement of wheat has been steadily iricreasing since the breaking of the blockade on the railroads and is now proceeding at a lively rate. Shipments are said to be Considerably heavier than they were at this time last year, and most of them are coming from the districts where the blockade was the worst, which is regarded as a very favorable sign. The local banks are having frequent calls for money With which to move the crops, and lR» nancial conditions are excellent. Scrap Iron Wanted. V Highest 'Prices Paid. Notl&i^g where yours is. Fargo Iron a Metal Co., Fargo, N. D. Steam heated rooms for $6 per month and up. Tweeden block, N. p. avenue, Fargo. Ita wonderful power goea to the seat of your trouble, vitalis es, strengthens every part of your body. That's what Kollia* ter's RocKy Mountain Tea does. 35 cents* Tea or Tablets. Fout SX Porterfield. Don Be a Round Peg in^a^SguareHole We want to hear H.! i ambitious young men and women who know of some good position which is vacant, or who would like to secure a gootl position through our CLEARING HOUSE FOR "YOUNG PEOPLE which puts its members where'they fit- If your present surroundings are unsatisfactory, writes for our plan. Full particulars upon recdJjrt' of self-addressed stamped envelope Depa.tment 18 Co-Operatlv# Roporting Bursau 611 New York Life Building St. Paul, Minn. i 1 *4 Hrtv«a .1/ '.'.i py from i ,-tl i K'