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& Second Week Of Our Annual Muslin Underwear Sale Begins Monday For regular $5.98 $16.50 and Suslicka lined, wO»Zt) "zes $16.50 $22.50 FJ $1.50 $2,25 $3.00 f. and 10.00 For our For our $12.50 12.50 semi-fitted, velvet and braid trimmed, black and colors* 15.00 25.00 all the leading shades. to For our tim, 27.50 and SttOO Far Lined Coats, full lined with best qual ity biowti dyed Coney Black Opossum 7 inch River Mink collars. CtflC For 16.50 Red Broadcloth Suits, only' 8at*° trimmcc* skirts. 20 Suits Worth to Suits Worth to $1.25 black Jersey ribbed Tights, extra special, 47.56^ qa Clearing sale Aiff* price v•' Women's black Jersey ribbed W90I Tights, AO Clearing sale price Women's black Jersey rib bed heavy Wool Tights, iA Clearing sale I 4U price $1.79 Women's heavy ribbed Pink Wool Tights, Clearing sale price ,98c $3.50-$3.00 Women's Shoes $2.48 Broken lines of Women's Shoes, Vici Kid. Patent Leather and Gun Metal. Regular $3.50and values, (sizes 7 A) $2.50-)2.00 Women's Shoes $1.4S Broken lines of Women's Shoes to be cleaned out, and $2.00 s*le price I2}4c 10 Clearance Sale ol Good Shoes a jq Ja 3 to Clearing sale price.. $2.50 in values, Clearing I jlfk a customer. -i*Vr JiM Outing Flannels, in shoit lengths light styles. Clearance Sate Price ft 9c Bleached Muslin* 36injehet wide—limit Clearance Sale Priee O 4H V- if.. WW* Half and Less Than Half Regular Selling Prices on Hun dreds of New, Up-to-Date Garments. Investigate Our Radical Price Cuts and Convined. Coats at Prices that Cannot Be Matched Coats, Coats, 7 inch, high fur collar, body and sleeves lined, made of heavy kersey, in black only. 35.00 values, of finest quality broadcloth, full Skinner lined, elaborately trimmed in black and made Sweeping Reductions on Tailored Suits small coats and plain gored a styles and colors, latest novelty effects.. These are exceptional bargains. Clearing Women's and Men's Underwear Clearance Sale of Women's Tights 522-524 Front Street Fargo, N. D. Second Week ot Annual January Clearance Sale We have finished taking stock, and find quite a number of Broken Lots and lines, which we will close out at a Fraction of First Cost. Come Prepared Monday to take advantage of the Many Bargains Offered in All Departments Our Entire Stock of Suits and Coats Must Go lifjJti CC s 32.50, in black and col ors, all sizes, semi-titted coats, cheviots, broad cloths and chevron effects. 15 variety o£ $3.50 Men's Murising heavy rib bed Wool Union Suits, in Clearing sale J/ price $2.50 Men's Munsing heavy rib bed Natural Union Suits, ftn f°r to $7.50 jq Clearing sale I JJj price $1.50 Men's Munsing Union Suits, fine ribbed fleeced, Clearing sale I 1^ price Men's Outing Flannel Night Shirts of good quality material, extra special $1.25 iA Men's Outing Flannel Night Shirts, Military style, AQ special Clearing sale wjQ price $3.00 fleeced lined Shoes 1.79 Woman's Vici Kid Shoes, Wool fleece lined, with Rubber A heels, $3.00 values, iU Clearing sale price..... *. Women's Felt Shoes and AOfi shppere worth up to $1.79 for vQlt Children's felt Shoes Sizes 5 to 8 50 in green, red and brown worth 85c 2 0 y s X? Our Great January Linen Sale CONTINUES With Pull Assortment of the Best Grades of Linens at the Lowest Prices of the Year. Every day this department has been crowded with delighted purchasers from morning until night, who oronounced the bargains the best ever offered in the city. I v y~?'.L e Vr*. 1 .Vis 27 and $1.00, Cleaiing sale price.. One lot ol all wool Suitings and fang? Plaids 50c price w FAEGO FORTTM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, SATURDAT EVENING, JANUARY 9, 1909. Fur Coats Almost Given Away For our 25.00 to 85.00 Astrachan Coats, 24 and 27 ner satin lined. $1*50 and $1.39 Suitings for 95c Consisting of Cheveron, Serge, Herringbone Serges, Shadow Stripes and Fancy all /vr this season's best styles, Clearance sale price inches wide in all popular shades, in s i e s a n e v e o n w e a v e s $ 2 o o a n I I I $1.75 values. Special to close 12 l-2c Outing Flannel 7$ pieces of best quality light and dark styles outing flannel. Clearance sale ptice#,..,. 45c Wool Flannels 25c inch fine all wool Flannels, suit- Af* able for waists and ikirts 3 1 inches long, full Skin For 40.00 Krlmmer Coat, in size 32 only. For 60.00 Krlmmer Coat, in size 32 For only. 110.00 Lamb Coat* in size Persian 38 7.50 colors. Odd skirts to be closed out. Complete assortment of New MacPherson & Laity ford's Skirts lor Spring—1909. Up to $1.50 Values for 59c One lot off all wool Suitings in plain and fancies, 45 to 54 only. For 32.50 Near Seal Coats, sizes 34 to 38. Skirts, tWatfW Wool Panama cloth, in all the leading shade. For the 15.00 gored effefett, mide McPherson & Langford Skirts, gored and circular effects, in biack inches only one of a kind regular $1.25 to $1.50. Clear jjUf ance sale... wsv 50c Suitings for 25c and Less Than Half Price for Silks and Dress Goods pa 25c values. Clearance sate 46 in. wide. Vjf* $2.00 Imported Suitings for $1.17 Our very latest imported suit&gs 54 and 56 45c Clearing sale price #..... ,.... January Clearance Sale in Our Busy Basement—20 Discount on All Wool Blankets, 3'coio"a Bed Comforters 8-4 Brown Sheeting, extra good quality. Spec ial Clearance Price Special Prices 8.00 Sllkolfitc Covered Comforters. Cicatuucc Price value. /Sr ance Sale Price €om1 Our Great January T* Linen Sale It Breaking All Previous Records ($w*eg$®s8iS^MSi rr $1.50 and $1.25 Silks for 69c '1 Ofift tot of plain and fancy silks, such afc Rajahs, Pongees, Brocades, Satins and SJ\ fancies Some of them 29 Clearance sale... inches. |1IJ£ Silks Worth Up to $1.25 Consisting of Foulards, Raw Silks, Crepe d« Chines, Fancy Surrahs, Plaids and Fancy Velvets, Special Clearance sale price Remnants of All Wool Dress Goods Black and Color*, at JUST HALF REGULAR PRICES $2.00 Cloakings for 79c Four pieces of CLEARING SALE IN DOMESTIC SECTION Remnants of Outing Flannels, Gingham*, Percales, Flannelettes, Eider*Downs, Bath Roto Flannels, etc. One Entire Table. All at JUST HALF PRICE. 7c 58 inch cloakings extra Mf| h«7 weight in fancy mixtures and I check $2 00 and $1.75 values to close Fancy Flannelettes Worth up to 18c Handsome styles and excellent .vilh 4j A ues. Clearance sale I llr price 16c Shaker Flannel 12 l-2c Heavy Red Mixed Shaker Flanft«I double faced, price 3.50 Clearance sale Sateen Covered Heavy' Comforters, daik v' Clear ance Sale Price 1 4 Our January Muslin Underwear Sale is A WONDER And Why Not? Surely there have never been greater bargains than this sale offers you. There have never been finer 'qualities, daintier trimmings, more perfect workmanship. The second floor is fairly flooded with these snowy-white garments. Hundreds of them in innumerable styles—simple, dainty and elaborate. 12]c Converters. Clear. 4 The Duty of Spectacle Lenses We Are Able Mrs. Percy Godwin entertained Thursday afternoon, complimentary to th* Round Dosen club. The house was decorated with plants and Christmas groens. Cards were played. Miss Thome and Mrs. Schooley winning the souvenirs. An appetizing lunch was served froip the small tables. Mrs. W. J. Price was a gueet at the inaugural ball in Bismarck Friday evening. Miss Gladys Guthrie has returned from a ten days visit with relatives and friends In Bismarck. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Gardner have taken apartmenta at the Hotel Gard ner. Mr. and Mrs. S. Blrch are planning a trip through tbe notith and w«st. they "xjtect to leave about Feb. 1. Miss Martha Boyce has returned to Minneapolis to resume her musical idles after a pleasant visit with her ... ther, Mrs. W. C. Boyce. Miss Ethel and Beatrice Glbeon have returned rom a pleasant visit with friends In Bismarck. t2dward Stern returned from a ascuit visit with friend* ta Mlnne -.Ila, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kaufman ex s :t to l«save soon for a trip through 'h.- south. Eb route they will vlelt a r. Kf days with relatives tp Champaign, si dr. and Mrs. Walton Thorpe of Brit is, B. D., will spend the next six eks with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Schuyler North Broadway. -/•W The many friends of Mlas Anna luyler will be pleased to hear that i( is recovering from a recent i!!n«r. e expects to resume hor schuol ties in the public school at Ely, -M i on., very soon drs. H. R. Turner has as her guests s. E. C. Lucas and little daughter of ibon and Miss Josephine Lucaa of icago. iam Stern left Sunday evening for v« nneapolis where he is attending the V nnesota university, having spent a lghtful vacation with his parents, '"vir. and Mrs. ilex Stern. ^fr. and Mrs. *. H. Knlgfit have ffi ved in from the farm near Grandin I will occupy the Sundberg house, 4 Ninth avenue south, until the first April. v Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Hunt are eom tably settled In the Frank Gfcurd n« residence at tSS Ninth street ith, for the winter. Kiss Constance Watson returned to jith's college Tuesday evening after pleasant holiday vacation with her i rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Watson. 3RILLIANT SOCIAL FUNCTION hT WHITE HOUSE LA3T NIGHT ses M—mM la to focus the rays of light at tb« proper point, thus relieving the mus cles and nerves of the strata that would fall upon them If they wert Unassisted by lenses. To relieve with glasses, troubles that are sapping the nerve supply by cant ing the muscles to work in an effort to do their own focusing. E. P. SUNWSJ-'RG & CO. Gold and Silverunititt 72 Broadway Manafactarbf Optician ADDITIONAL SOCIETY PACE IS Fred Hector has returned to Har vard after a pleasant holiday vacation with his parents. Miss Fowler assisted by Mrs. Brown will entertain the South Bide Star club Wednesday afternoon. Miss Margaret Holllster returned to National Park Monday morning after a delightful vacation spent with her perents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Holllster. H. F. Hunter of Chicago was the guest of his brother, J. C. Hunter and family Wednesday. The Tuesday afternoon 500 club met with Mrs. W. J. Ridley this week. Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Bayard won the trophies. Choice viands were sr rved from the small tables at the close of the game. G. I Washington, Jan. 9.—Ablaae with ht, the White House last night me forth brightly in its surrounding rid of whitened snow. It spoke of H. irrlment within. The occasion was the second danoe the season given by Mrs. Roose It for her debutante daughter, the st being Miss Roosevelt's formal xoduction to society. Previous to e dance, which began at 10 o'clock, i ere was a dinner at which about thirty guests were present. The table if coratlons were pink geraniurna. To the strains of music, furnished members of the marine band or estra, more than one hundred cou i as, mostly young married society k. waltzed from 10 o'clock until idnight, when a buffet supper was rved, and then again after the sup r, around the brilliantly illumtnat east room. The Invited f«eets at the dinner .• s re the speaker of the house and iss Cannon, Representative and Miss trson, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hoch adter, Lieut, and Mrs. Robert L. wry, Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, rs. John H. Watklns, Countess Luisa lexandria von Bernstorff, daughter i the new German ambassador Miss icon, Miss Helen Coster, Miss Doro- 1 y Tuckerman, Miss Margaret Brad y, Miss Simpkins, Ml»s Munn, Mr. oberto Centaro, Mr. Chalmers Wood, |i. Mr. Edmund Hogcrs, Mr, Richard awrence, Mr. Robert Wlnsor, jr. sr. Oeorge Pal en Snow, Mr. George arvin. Mr. A. P. Andrew, Capt. Sher- .. 4 wood A. Cheney and Lieut. Channcey Shackford. Miss Marjorle deOolyer. to Tlsiting with Mrs. Flnley Camerpp. In Grand Forks. W. 3. Moulton spent the week In Minneapolis, attending the fruit grow ers' convention. Little fJr*»tchen Weiser celebrated her birthday in a happy manner Sat urday afu-rnoon by entertaining a company of friends with a box party at the Gf&nd, with delicious refresh ments at the home of her parents alter the play. Attorney Emerson H. Smith Mid Mra. John E. Hodgson were married Mon day night at the bride's home at 402 Ninth street south. Only a few of the intimate friend* and relatives of the bride and groom were present at the ceremony which was performed by Dr. Herbert Leonard of the First Methodist Rpts£op&I church. The bride is one of the prominent society women of Fargo and slster-ili-law of W. D. Hodgson of this cfty. The groom is one of the city's most prominent at torneys and was at one time mayor of the city. Those present at the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hodgson and daughter, Fred E. Smith of W&hpeton, a brother, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hamilton, Miss Helen Smith, daughter of the groom, and Mlas Lisais Hodgson. A genuine surprise was sprang upon Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Darrow at their home, Eigrht street south, Moorhead. Monday evening, the oct-askm being the thirty-seventh anniversary of their nuptials, and it was also the genial doctor's flfty-nfnth natal anniversary. The surprise was so deftly planned that neither of the happy couple had the least Inkling that thirty of their friends and neighbors had conspired to make them an unexpectrd call. The doctor himself was having fun galore at a meeting of the Congregational Brotherhood of Fargo, but he had to leave that to respond to what he sup posed was a very urgent professional calL Of course the doctor and his wife quickly adapted themselves to conditions and after receiving ths heartiest and most cordially expressed congratulations the happy company were soon engaged in a round of social amenities during which refreshment# borne by the invaders wera diacouxsei with much merriment. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Puree!! of Walt pet on ware Sunday ilattors at the Metro pole. Drs. Brown and Brlcker left this week for Idaho. The former will re main there about two weeks and re turn to Fargo. Dr. Brlcker will con tinue his trip to the coast, down to California and return la about six weeks try Texas, Near Orleans and Chi cago. Mrs. A. J. King and Mrs. (1 G. War ner, of Hope, N. D., were among the visitors la Ffcrgo Wednesday after noon. :ias Nellie Nelson, a teacher In tk, public schools of the city, celebrated her birthday Thursday. Mr. and Mra. W. D. Sweet re ceived cablegrams this week from Mr*. Bobbins, their daughter Ixmlf**, who Is touring Italy with her husban^ saying that they were perfectly saf|| and beyond all danger. At the time dp the earthquake they were about lofl miles from the scene of the disaatei in Sicily and Calabria. Mrs. Will Hunt, who aeriously Injur ed her knee on Dec. 28 and has bees confined to her bed since with th(| knee In splints, was able to be moveif to their new home on Wednesday. C. W. McDonald of Bathgate was ha the city today on busineaa and stop ped at the Waldorf. Frank Lynch, a prominent bnstoeat man of Casselton w&- in town today inspecting his interests in Fargo. H. D. Lowell of Beach ttzm among th« business arrivals in the city to* day. Major D. H. Butts of Buttsville bualness. waa in the city last evening and today as a guest at the Waldorf —8)— F. H. Dickinson of Ayr, N. IX, in tbe dtp today for a ahdrt tlma or- "... C. F. Graham of Mlnot was among the early business arrivals In Fargo this morning. T. W. Ceyers came in from Cande this morning a"4 "topped at th« M^l ropole. H. I* Hoimeg waa In Bathgate this morning on business. G. H. MerrifleJd came down fro«| Grand Forks this morning and spettt the day in town on business. —0— ».- E. I* Norton, traveling freight ageitf for the Burlington rc-jtr. of St. Paul was In the city today calling on local agmlB In the Interests af company. —'"4 B. D. Lane was In town from Hunw last evening and today on business and stopped at the Metropole. Additienal Society en Page Six. I rk 'IUS i-.