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Complete Showing Women's and Misses' Gloves
Gauntlet G'oves in Leather Brown and Grays CAa
with and without fringe, from. .$2-75 down ic 3P"*?
Leonore a heavy Cape G:oves ih the new (g 4\
shades of tan, in all sizes, per pair n* I »jf
25c
all Wool Women's and Misses' Gloves,
Special for this sale, per pair
59c Fancy Suitings
For Two Days*
Selling, per yd *lu
These come in neat stripes and plaids.
Just the thing for children's school
dresses, skirts and shirt waists.
$1.25Cheveron Striped OQa
Suiting, per yd v OC
The Newest Fabric for Fall Suit?,
SSc Bath Sponge* at the
Special Price Mon- O
day and Tuesday, each. O AM
THE BEST HARDWOOD
Cl.OTI1ES PINS, n
Roasters
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WARMER SUNDAY.
North Dakota: Fair tonight and
Sunday colder in the east and
central portions tonlfbti warmer
Sunday.
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Fargo Conservatory of Music
i OF FARGO COLLEGE
i S A V N E N O
I All Branches Taught
Send for Catalogue
^formation
IV rite
TO BOSEMAN, MONT.
Mies Gertrude Nelson, who graduat-
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Hse
M. ,*.
from Aakers Business College this
ummer, recently accepted a position
is principal in the shorthand depart
ment of Phelp's Commercial College,
lioseman, Mont. Four schools in the
jltate are employing A. B. C. graduates
teachers of shorthand and book-
teeping,
fi &
but we were not aware that
je reputation of the school for quality
work had reached out to Montana.
pur competitors do not seem to be in
It, when It comes to furnishing teach-
MARIE PAIGE
Turkey size $2.65 No.
W. W- GEORGE,
Director.
We reiterate that if it can be print
ed—Porte can print it. Phone 401.
li I »v -W' VfW
19c
45
inches wide. All the Newest biiadcs
for Fall.
THE WALDORF
TOILET PAPER
On Sale For Mosiday aad
T'le'Hav,
blue Enamel. None better made at any price. Once
used and you will have no other. Special, each....
No.o Chicken size |1.75 No. i Turkey slse $2.40 No.
No. I Turkeysize $2.15 No.
6 Rolls For
25c
Our Leader, the "El-an Ge" self-bast
ing roasters. These come "^ey aw#
We Also Have the RUD Self-basting Roasters
at the Lowest Prices
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4
5
Ji^Uty-^yjBKy^
""1 "»Jil4ll|l'"l*»111'' miiniiti ujui
150
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS ON SALE FOR MONDAY AND TUESDAY
65c Fancy Plaids
... 45o
For Two Days*
Selling per yd
These come in large and small Plaids
and are absolutely fast colors, blues,
browns, greens, reds, etc., etc
Turkey size $3.25
{JUO l^ilfciroiu,
convocation of Keystone Chapter, R.
A. M., Monday evening, 7:30, after
which, the Mark Master degree.
B. L. Kimball.r secretary: Regula
meeting of Fargo lodge, B. P, O. Elks
Saturday evening, 8 p. m. ,-':A large
attendance requested.
Piles Cured in 8ix to Fourto*n Days.
Pazo Ointment is guaranteed to cure
any case of itching, blind, bleeding or
protruding piles in six to fourteen
days or money refunded. 50c.
TRAVELER'S BANQUET
Knights of the Gri/ Plan N on-Parti
san Affair at Waldorf
a Tonight.
Com«i#rolal traveling men from
North Dakota^ South Dakota and Min
nesota will hold a big banquet at the
Waldorf hotel tonight, commencing at
I 9:30 o'clock. It has been advertised as
a non-partisan affair and a number of
traveling men have been invited. There
1 will be a number of speakers among
whom will be M. A. Hildreth and J. D.
I Benton. K. P. Walton is in charge of
the arrangements and a fine spread
will be served at the popular hotel.
The Wcsttier What's Coming Events Business Jots
iSeliUUei. iSUUeU
Found, this morning, at or near post
office, a key. Owner can have same
by calling at Forum ofllco.
TEACHER OF VIOLIN
PUPIL OF JOACHIM, BERLIN HOCHSCHULE
JpRADUATE UNDER ADAMOWSK1, N. E. CONSERVATORY
PUPIL OF DANCIA, PARIS CONSERVATOIRE
TSJMTH STBEET& TELEPHONE NO, ft»2
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N U S U A
All Woof Blanket Robes in choice patterns and colors.
Beautifully trimmed with ribbons, satin ban^s and cords.
Priced special for Monday and Tuesday. $5.01 Robes for
$3.98,
$7.50
Robes for $5.98,
$10 00
Robes tor $6.9f.
Three Specials in the Handkerchief Department
Women's Colored Hem Handkerchiefs, Barred t% g*
and Embroidered.
35c
values, each fcuG
Beautiful Embroidered Handkerchiefs in Pure Irish Linen*
f*ncy and plain Hem. Worth AJ
21c:-w 39c
From
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FINE
TABLE TUMBLERS
Four different sty es select
Irom. On Sale For Monday
and Tuesday. dozen,
29c
(Hotel Keepers Take Notioe!)
$2.19
Turkey size $2.90
$1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 Dress Goods
For
to
1.19
$1.S0 Novelty Dress
Goods, per yd
Beautiful Stripe Novelties in Satin
cloths'and Serge Weaves, in the iat*
est colorings for Fall.
56
$1.75 Imported Dress fl
abrics lor. lsU«9
4'' pc. t- select from, the fine:- is
goods shown this season, in exclusive
novelties.
oit— All luectiufcs are ucies*
iLberwiee apeciUed, These
HDnounccmeaia
will he kept standing aad vre gball b» {lad
to have notices gect to ty persouk u iu-
Sunday, Oot. 11.
Enos A. Mills, Grand theatre lec
ture course, 8 o'clock.
Thursday, Oct. 16.
Minneapolis Symphony Quartette.
Saturday, Oct. 17.
Independence party rally, Hearst to
speak.
Monday, Oet, 19,
Musical club recital, publi| library.
Tuesday, Oot. 20.
Bishop Quayle.
State pharmacy board meet* at agri
cultural college.
Tuesday, Oct. 27.
American Society of Equity, grain
department, meets at commercial club.
Thursday, Oct. 29.
First artists' recital, Fargo Conserv
atory of music, Stone's hall.
Friday, Oot. 30.
First annual ball of Fargo Train
men's lodge at Stone's hall.
Tuesday, Nov. 3,
Ejection day.
Friday, Nov. &
Annual chicken pie supper at First
M. IB. church.
Sunday, Nov. 8.
Opening service, second annual
council of Sixth missionary district,
Protestant Episcopal church, at Geth
semane cathedral, 10:30 a. m., preach
er Bishop of Colorado.
Friday, Oct. 1#*
Eastern Star dancing party at Plrle's
hall.
Friday, Oct. 23.
Jloyeroft dancing party at
hall.
Tuesday, Jan. 19. 1
Itrle'e
VliHBtate Grain Growers.
Wednesday, Jan. 20.''
Trl-State Gram Growers.
Thursday, Jan. 21. $
Trl-State Grain Growers.
Friday, Jan, 22.
Instate Grain Grower*.
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TTTE FARGO FOBFM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10, 1908.
MEMBERS OF FARGO REBATE ASSOCIATION- -FREE FARES TO FARGO- ROUND TRIP EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR
Manufacturer's Surplus Stock of
Wc Bonght a Well Known New York Manufacturer's Surplus Stock ot
Women's High Grade New Fall Suits
At a Reduction of 20 to 33 Per Cent
We at* mk trying to clean out some other fellow's old stock, nor are the styles here offered anytMng but
this season's garments. Bvery suit offered for this sale is strictly new and stylish apparel. The
lot comprists some
by our New York buyer. These will be placed on sale Monday and Tuesday
suits—suits that were tailored within the last thirty days and shipped direct
In Two Lots, at the Following Prices:
and $27.50 Women's
Tailored Suits for
models, made up in the stylish Mixtures, Cheviots
•ths that are thoroughly dependable. The jackets are cut in tuv very newest fashion
red and plaited. The colors are new this Fall. Every garment Is made to fit, and we
nd every one to be perfect.
BEAUTIFUL FALL SUITS WORTH S3
nncnts At $37*5® $35 *is 4 collcctiou oi iltieu Gfidc Suit! m«uc ov toe most exn^ri^nr*/4
jU»», Chevrons, Natty Suitings, Mixtures and serviceable Serges. A 1 the very newest models in Jackets, Gored and Plaited Skirts All
^,ckTat these prices, and we would advise an early selection. (Oa site jnday and Tuesday only.) *Ia,ted
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Two Specials in the Drag Department
WITCH HAZEL Regular
PERFUMED AMMONIA
special, each
UNEQUALED OFFERINGS IN OUR GREAT BASEMENT FOR MONDAY AND TUESDAY AT UNUSUAL LOW PRICES
GARDEN RAKES, A Qn
SPECIAL,EACH.. 4oG
SHELF PAPER
For Monday and Tuesday'
«-,j»•
inches wide Serges, French, storm and coatm* selves and v-ne-,
viots, Chiffon and heavy Panama?, Nuns' Veilings, Batistes, heavy Meltons far
Children s coats also a good assortment of Stripes Checked Suitings in gray ','
Copenhagen, navy, brown, red, wine, green, tan, champagne and black about
150
pieces, all at one price.
$2.25 Fine Chiffon gr
Broadcloths for I sO «J:'
The tii'Ui th u u: the greate.
rhand this reason. These come in
all colors including black.
Cook paints signs. Phone MB.
Have Knight Printing Co. print it.
The highest notch of good Tata*—
jDwlght's Golden Link flour.
Phone 1154-Li for fine Job printing.
tJlsaker Bros., 207 Broadway.
Let us repeat: If It can be printed,
Porte can print It Phone 401.
John Stowe, drayman, phone 145-1*
or Kingsley & Smith's cigar store.
Hannaher A Schannacn, job print,
ere, 629 N. P. avenu*. Phone 12XL
Sleaxn heated rooms for $5 per
month and uo. Tweeden block. N. P.
avenue, Fargo,
New gcods for old. 1. ft l«Ur.
Same old stand, S10-51t Flrtt avenue
north. Phone 4721*.
When in Moorhead go aad see A. J.
Rustad'a new place next to the eoutJb
orldge. Pbone 369.
New goods for old. J. C. LeJly.
Same old stand, 510-olS First avenue
aorth. Phone 472L.
The Forum don't make blank
Books or loose leaf ledger ataeets.
Xnight Printing Co. doet.
Ida Mellne, at 118 Broadway, treats
corns and bunions and ingrown toe
nail*. Corns extracted, 15 cents.
Dr. Ella Hull, osteopathic pnyslctaa,
specialty: all chronic diseases, diseases
of women, & Broadway. Phone 758L*
The growing demand for Hunt's
Perfect Baking Powder and Extracts
is due to the fact that they are ab
solutely pure, uniform in refulto and
dependable.
Alice Lura Johnson, Mus. B&c. (grad
uate of Oberlin Conservatory of Mu
iic) teacher of piano and pipe organ,
400 Eighth St. south. 'Phone 1130-J.
Don't be afraid to ask for work
good places open for women, glrle and
tnen. Louis Hotofc
'y
I, •, i 'v 'ft, v 'tH%.
''4 -V A-* ,-
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SUITS
35c
for Monday and Tuesday, per bottle,,^
quality
bottle
15c
rAKOU Our regular price,
to nt
$20.00
3.0c
qpJ
PD(?
1
8-Quart Galvan
I z e a s e a u O
Sauce Pans -with and with
out covers,
Special, each ......... «vO
hAOfirt able
W
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mAn
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and
52
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Sk,rt,
inches long neatly trimmed witb
vet lull lined in brown, navy and wine,
Worth to
$15,00.
lamp with Bead fringe all complete.
$7.50.
ANNOUNCEMENT
Fargo, N. D., Oct. 10.—To The For
um: Having been nominated by the
Independent voters of the Ninth legis
lative district for the office of state
senator, I desire to franUy state what
I will stand for if elected.
First: I will stand for the demo
cratic platform as enunoiated by the
state committee.
Second: The enforcement bf the
laws as they stand upon the statute
books.
Third: The making of liberal appro
priations for the proper maintenance
of the state educational and charitable
institutions.
Fourth: The liberal treatment of
railroad and other public service cor
porations that will encourage the
building of extensions insure the best
service to the people, and the proper
treatment of employes.
Fifth: Believing that the railroad
pass system is most pernicious In its
effects upon the people as a whole,
and troublesome and expensive for the
railroads. I favor the enactment of an
anti-pass law at the next session of
the legislature that will Insure equal
travelling privileges to rich and poor
alike.
Sixth: I believe that the state fair
should be permanently located at For
£0 for the reason of Its accessibility
to the agricultural college, and the as
sistance that each can be to the other
in making both permanent and suc
cessful.
Standing on the foregoing platform
of principles I solicit the support of all
independent law abiding voters with
out fOMpeet to party.
Respectfully,
GEO HANCOCK.
Fargo Hom» Co.
-will hold their first monthly hefeo a&le
Saturday, Oct. 17. Here will be the
place to oc •ell your horses. Bv
ery one should be interested, as Fargo
needs a horse market. There will be
buyers here from Chicago, St. Louie,
gt. Paul and Or-i*h* to buy & kind,
re&MUese of cost.
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AND $35.00
consisting of Fine
These Suits will
AU ncw ,hadci
Made op In heavy Ke'rteyi Mixtures and Cheviots
New Fall Boot For Women
KASHION demands that women should wear die high
boots. We are prepared with an extensive stock, to
•how you the newest creations in Women's Footwear.
Shapely boots for natty dressers now being shown, at
4.00 5.00 53,
Blankets and Comforters .M
1 o, Mixed and Cotton Blanktu also an unusually large stock of Comfort
ers, at specially low prices. All Wool Batting, these come in sheets for full
$ue comforters. The be«t Sanitary Wool Batting made.
Sc
Pfe Plates
-fxtr|,
Special, each
Jelly Monlds- fm
Spcciai, ta«.n $js (jr
Bread Boxes— Un
S e i a e a O v
Electric Portable Lamps
We have just received a new assortment Red
Green, Yellow and Decorated Shades with Bead
fringe to TOtch shade, beautiful Port
ables at............. S4.00 and up to
At: ihis, sale we will sell Mission Oak Electric Port-
50
4
Monday and Tuesday "SpVUtplI
New Belts and Beltings for Fall Wear
The latest Silk Pleated dress Belts in Brown, at Black al
so plain Elastic Belts with Sash flows on fe 4 fr% re
sale for only v) I a 4Kb
Persian and Oriental Belting in Belt lengths only. On sale
begining Monday, for Belt lengths, $1.00 and up to $2.00
An hony Belts in Black Brown and Navy, $1.25 values 69c
#C np
While they last 9v."(
FOUR ALLEGED VAGS
Polioe Mod* Raid on Rewhi Under the
Continental Block—Casee on This
Afternoon.
Officers Pat Grant and Bowler
made a raid on a room in the base
ment of the Continental block lant
Mght and two young men who give
the names of G. Dobbins and Sam
?haat thr
WerC ErreSted U la
Were
Have Kelley dye It
new
and
Unlramed Pictures
All our unframed pictures will
be placed on sale worth op to
50c,
for each,
10c
$25.00
Maimed
occupying
n.
a
room in
which they had no right and that
they are vagrants.
Officer Dick Pickering also placed
zVrizr°\z:
To«.r'"T-
p-
The eases of all four will h- hoi*
this afternoon at 4 o'doS
0
to have the police officials, who work
nights and sleep daya, in court to tea
tify againat them.
Want Ada Cloea at
«?*^ing
8
W« Buy Scrap 1*911.'
Carload lots aspecj-uy. correspond
enca given prompt attention. Farao
Iron & Metal Co.. Fargo. N. D.
1
p,
(the early mal1
edition
which carries all Forum advertise
ments including the want ads, forms
for the want ad page close at 1 n.
aharp, daily. Patrons are request
ed to bear this In mind and bring or
phone copy before that hour. Dis
play advertising not received aftar
10 o'clock of day for publication.
Second hand gooas botignt and sold.
f. O. Lally, 510-612 J.rst avenua
north. Fargo. Phon* 473-1*
CO
At
Magill & Co.
PHONE 63
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City in Bricl
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Wm. AlcKinney of the new Ladies'
stnrt* returned this morning from
hurry-up 'business trip to New York.
N, O. Larlmore of Larimore, N. D
wa«' elected flrat vice president by the
(rans-Mississippi commercial congr«sa
which was In session at San Francis
co a tew days ago.
A coming entertainment will be the
reading of Enoch Arden, by Miss Tora
G. Ramsden, at the First Baptist
church, Oct. 28. The piano accom
paniment, by Richard Strauss, will .be
played by Nora Rasmusson.
BJd Spare, Hunter's popular barh»W,
writes The Forum: Please discontinue
my ad for barber have my man and
two other applications. Ed's ad cost
25 cents and ran less than a week.
Quick, simple solution of the help
problem.
The Musical Courier of recent i
says that Nordica will probably »it*f
twice in North Dakota this season, In
Valley City next month and in Fargo
some time In January. Director
Oeorge of the Fargo Conservatory of
Music is in correspondence with the
manager of the great singer and hskis
now reasonably certain that a date jtof
Fargo will be arranged.
T. A. Quirk and family will move
into their fine new residence on Fifth
avenue south, next week. Mr. Quirk
is a merchant of Buffalo and he Hafl
built a palatial residence on Fifth ave
nue south In this city and will make
his home here in the future. He is In
terested in the Fargo Mercantile Co.,
and will be able to give personal fctr
tention to his business interests thwet.
Julius Caesar left an estate in Eng
land valued at $6,676. He was a chern
1st., carrying on business in London.
His ancestor, Caesar Adelmare, an
Italian doctor, attended Queen Mary
and was paid the record fee of $500.
She styled him her Julius Caesar.
This name h* begged her to authorise
him to use, and she granted him let
ters of naturalization. The Italian
doctor's son became Sir Julius Caesar
and was a prominent physician in hie
day. Many of his family bearing the
name have been doctors and surgeons
of distinction.
1.
Only One "Bromo Quinine"
That is Laxative Bromo Quinine. LOOlc
for the signature of E. W. Grove. Used
the world over to Cure a Cold In One
Day. 25c.
ANDERSON HELD TQ
DISTRICT COURT
MAW WHO ATTEMPTED TO PA83
FORGED CHECK IN THE JACOB
SON CLOTHING STORE YESTER­
DAY lELLS A VERY LAfft
STORY AT HIS HEARING.
A1 Anderson who 'waa charged with
nttemirting to pass a forged check!at
the Jacobson clothing store yesterday
morning was held to the district court
in the sum of $200 bail by Judge Mkr
tin Ryan this morning, in default ol
the bail he was committed to i|he
county jail to await trial.
Anderson told a very lame story, ia
court. He claimed that he had
bought the check which was for $13.10
from a stranger about three weeks
ago paying $17 in cash for it. The
check was made out to Alfred Peter
son and when Anderson first went
into the Jacobson store he claimed
that he was Peterson and that he was
employed by T. J. Young & Co. whoae
name was signed to the check. He
bought a suit of clothes and put them
on in the store and then tendered the
check In payment for the clothes and
told his story about working tot
Young. Then when Mr. Jacobson
stepped to the phone to call up T, J,
Young & Co. he said his first state
ment was not right but that he ha4
bought the check from Peterson.
Judge Ryan said the story was top
thin for him but that Anderson mt«y
make a jury believe it and' held lp|
to the district court.
Mayvill# New*.
Mayville, N.
D„
Forum: The local train from Cassel
ton which has reached here at about
11 o'clock will arrive at about $
o'clock. v
0. P. Bftake Is attending the nationta
Society of Equity meeting at Mil^aB*
kee this week.
James Burke of Blanchard Vlattfeft
friends fin town last Monday.
Mrs. Cowden will soon start for tilt
Canadian northwest where sh« will
make her home in the future.
Mayville has been favored with ae*
era very interesting political meeting
within the past few weeks.
The many friends of County Supd9|i
intendent Wallace will be glad to he|^
that he is much improved in health
and expects to be about his duties
very toon.
The local high school team expe$|g
to piay the town team a game of fpdt
ball this coming Saturday. Cor.
Gra»d Prairie Newe.
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Oct. 9.—To ffhe
v*
©»*»d Prafrie, N. D., Oct. 7.—% ^TKo*^
Forum: Mrs. Geo. Greenup is improv
ing very nicely at present from her
sickness.
1. L. Bern I $ of Courtenay has rented
Sam Burchill's farm. He expects to
take possession this week.
The farmers in this section of coui£
try are wen pleased the way their
crops turned out. A fine grade and
good yield.
School has begun at the Nearlug
school house.
Rev. Klein, his wife, Jot^n McKay
and Wm. A. Burchlll left yesterday for
Minot to attend the Free Methodist ail.
nual conference. They expect to tM
gone about a week.
Miss Hilda Alien left last Monday
morning for Jamestown to spends*
couple weeks.
New
York,
Oct.
of
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10.—Information
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MOROSINI'8 DUAL UF^ 1
Millionaire's Nsme Was Napoleon
tegnazxa, Say. Rome Dispatch.
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r#
ceived from Rome today Is to t&l
effect that G. F. Morosini, who recent
ly died, lived under false colors 1#
America. His name, it is asserted Ijf
his brother, was Napoleon Partegnaa*
aa. The Cavalier Partegnazza hftf
Moroslnl's birth certificate, whldl
wiows he was born in Venice, July
ti
4
11,
1831, son of Antonio Partegnazza aitd
Marie Angela Da Mattia, his wlfia
W hen he was 18 years old, after the
erfl
the campaign of 1849 with Ga^-
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