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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, July 10, 1909, Image 7

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Firiwb Parasols
The largest Un* of flftfw
asols ever shown ttt
Fargo. Our entire
stock of fancies at—
Ptt Diuwai
Separate Whfte Skirts Lest Than
Half Price
Roman's Separate White Skirts
imitation and real linen materials
Woman's White Skirts, of real lin
en materials, that sold u. 1
18^50 Dresses.
$1.75 WhHe Waists for 98c
Waists of soft Cambric, with long
sleeves and Dutch collar. Our
$1.75 values. ..
Children's Dresses
Extra specials in Gingham Dresses,
years, pinks and blues.
75c and 90c values.
special ....*# 5^
A. L. Moody has returned from the
east and from a trip to Europe. He
ipent some seventeen days on the
pther side of the water where he went
ifiore for the ocean trip than any
ther reason. Mr. Moody is troubled
spring with throat and eye affec
|lon which an ocean voyage soon dis
pells. He enjoyed his trip and is
fgaln glad to be back in the harness.
A. Chas. Ewards. who is traveling
|or the Melville Clark Piano Co., is ex
pected" In Fargo next Thursday to re
Siain several days the quest of his
wother and brothers and will incident-
Suits, Ccab, Dresses Skirls
Vnsational Sale of Mid-Summer Garments
Absot Half Price for
worth up to $6,00, g% m.
special dmmH|0
Sp^Jla! to close at this {JjJ
Wash Dresses Almost Given Away
W-oaaea's White and Colored One-Piece and Two-Plece Wash Dresses
at 25e ts 40e on tha dollsr—for quick clearance.
'2?.^ „.ivl.®8
Tailored Suits
Made of light colored Panama ma­
terials, two pleoe effects, coat styles
semi-fitted, full satin OQ
/lined. 122.60 values liswO
July Clearance
fLOO Lava Wtiita
Lace and Embroidery trimmed,
long sleeves and button back. July
S2TT..™: 69o
Additional Society News on Page 14, Part Two
Mrs. E. E. Keene gave an in formal
arty riday evening for her sister,
Iss pierman, who leaysss the flfrat of
ie week for Chicago.
'jftoeoeeoeeooei o tetttt t*aa**aaaaaaaaeaoao»0Q0a0»»0S
Useeit Waler Coolers
Y$ ^f i. V V
522-524 Front Street, Fargo, N. D.
Wonderful Clearance of.
Our Greatest July Clearing Sale Starts on Its Second Week
Monday Morning, with the Lowest Prices Ever Quoted Here
Wkite Pique Coats
One year to Ave year sizes, all
splendid styfcps—to be closed out at
once. $2.25 White Pipue 4| gp
Coats for O
$5.00 White Pique
$12.50 Silk k Lace Waists $3.98
ThisLlot includes 25 Waists in three
quarter length sleeve, black and
colors, worth to $12.50. O
Special to close OswO
Baby Bonnets
of Lawn, plate and daintily
mer at—
Dressing Sacquee of white lawns,
with square and round a""'" *1 2r,
and 11.50 valuea,
Just Half Price
Interesting Saleof Muslin Underwear
59c Muslin Drawers, with tucked
flounce, made of Sae qu^ ius
lin. Extra *4
special WWW
75c Drawers, made of fine Nainsook
with tucked lawn flounce xtra
69c Corset Covers, made of Nain
sook and Qambrlc, neatly nl
Extra special iJSlO
$1.00 Muslin Skirt, with tucked
i lawn flounc*.. Special for lie
Dressing Sacques of Figured Lawn,
in pink and blue, with belt. rn
special for this
ly demonstrate the merits of his in
struments at the local dealers.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene deLendrecie are
expected home Saturday evening from
an outing at the deLendrecie cottage
on Detroit lake.
Mrs. W. B. Hancock was hostess to
the Tuesday Afternoon Bridge elub
this week.
The members of the Fargo College
Sorority Sigma Theta entertained the
members of the fraternity Alpha Phi
Alpho at a progressive dinner Thurs
day evening. The delightfful repast
consisted of four courses partaken of
at the homes of Mlsse? Marjorle
Powell, Alice Leonard, Lorine Pollock
and Franc Lamb of Moorhead, the
guests spending the remaining part of
For the home or place of btlSi
ness. The Useeit Coolers give
a continuous supply of pure,
cold water, free from..any con
tamination or dust.
n For sale in all sizes,
with other makes, at
Mletatl and Wholesale HerdweH
67 Broadway, (Fargo, N.D.
$4.50 Pongee C^ati
*e" 6
One Piece Dresses Sacrificed
Made of fine quality all wool Pan
ama, strictly new and up-to-date.
Dresses lor
Drasscs for $».»8
White Waists
$3.50 Dutch Neck Waists 2.S0
Waists made of fine Mull, hand
somely trimmed, with fine lace and
insertion three-tuarter
$3.50 values, A
nd $!.$• Silks
Leather Belts 39e
AS odd lot of black and colored
leather Belt%. wOrth fee an-l
Special to
close ...k..,v.......,.05lu
Sale of Infsnts Hose
Broken line of Infants' Hollie, In
plain black and lace. ^.lso tir- -rr'i
browns, worth 25c,
special to close
Tc dark an5 light style
Dress Prints for
the evening in the latter piaoe ia so
cial enjoyment.
Deputy U. S. Marshal Qulst is at
Williston tday on official business.
Mrs. C. A. Sawnsen and two daught
ers are visclting her parents at Grand
Forks and will remain over next week
and take in the state fair at that
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Crothwaite of
Washington are the quests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. .A. Montgomery. Thrityr leave
soon tor Atlantic City.
^lrs. George Sanford of Williston
and Mrs. J. Richards, Brocton, Mass
passed through the city, Thursday, on
their way west from Brainerd, Minn.,
where they have been visiting Mrs. A.
L. Hoffman.
Mr. and Mrs. George Holllster have
returned from an extensive trip over
the northern part of the state, cover
ing considerable territory close to the
Canadian line, one journey of nearly
300 miles was taken in an automobile.
Devils Lake was visited and Mrs. Hol
llster saw the opening ceremonies of
the Chautaqua.
Mrs. Harry B. Quick, Miss Florence
and Harry, jr., left Thursday morn
ing to spend summer at Lake Minne
Miss Pierman and little Rebacca
Keene leave Monday for Chicago.
Dr. Kachelmacher returned Thurs
day from his western rtip.
Mrs. Tread well Twicheli and chil
dren are at their Mapleton farm.
Charlie Kennedy" left Friday for a
two-weeks' visit in Dulut.h.
J. D. Farrand and son, Jaefc, ore
home from their eastern trip.
Mrs. Geo. S. Barnes, jr., and son of
Fort Leavenworth, Kan., ars visiting
with Mr. aad Mrs. 9. 8. Barne* at
At the beautiful home of Martin
i Hector on north Broadway, Misses
i Minnie and Evelyn Hector entertained
about twenty couples last evening in
honOr of their guest, Miis Paris, of
Sandy Hill, N. Y. After a delightful
buffet luncheon the guests were dl-
verted in various pleasant ways, in
jtbe tars* roofPib the spaciows vsr-
July flearance Sale of Silks and Dress Goads
far 89c
Handsome styles of best quality
shower proof Forlards, Shed-water,
Tuscans, Rajahs, Pongees, and Sa
tin Messalines, worth *1.35 and
Jl.SQ. July Clearing
Sale price .......
25c White Jap Silk, 20 Inches wide.
Monday special per
Lowest Prices
25c and 20c Wash Goods 12}c
Consisting of Plisse Crepes, fancy
bound Organdies, figured Batistes,
plain and bordered Chambrays and
36-inch Linen finished suitings.
65c Sumner Vetts 49c
Women's Fine Swiss Ribbed Lisle
Vests, "Forest Mills." Come in
white, light £lu& *od pink. "P"-"
lar 65c value#, «f|t
special "...
Clearance Sale
Half Price fof
Alt-over Erobroldertee,
•lightly muaaed and
$1.00 and 85c Foulard Silk 59c
All this seasons best styles of
Cheneys, Foulards, also fancy
salines, 85c and $1.00
values, special
tolled, worth
J1.S0 Crura
Consisting of 46-inch,
18c Wash Fabrics for 19c
Consisting of barred Voiles, fancy
Swisses, llgured Batistes, etc.
Consisting of 50-inch, all wool
stripe weaves, also canvas cloths.
Storm Serges, plain and shadow
Panamas, etc. Sold regularly at
$1.75 and $1.W. July Clearance
Sale price 4| 4
brics for 79c
all wool
Panamas, Taffetas, Mohairs and
Serges. Sold formerly at $1.00 and
$1.2fc. Special for this
on Wash Fabrics
35c sad 25c Wash Goods 18c
Fifty pieces of 32-inch fine Scotch
Ginghams, Egyptian Tissues, Ma
dras cloths, etc.
35c and 45c Wash Goods 25c
Consisting of Anderson s best im
ported Ginghams, fancy Linen
Suitings, embroidered Swisses, Silk
Crepes, etc.
Joly Hosiery Bargain
35c Women's Hos« for 25c
Women's Fast Black Onyx Dye
Hose, fine Mace yarn, w'**
soles.' Best 35c value, O
special d£00
Lace Lisle Hose
Lace Lisle Hose
"Women s Fine Black
July Clearance 'n Qur Busy Basement
Children's Wash Dresses Half Price
Ha.lf Price Sale of Children's Wash
Dresses, white and colors, all
12He natural Linen Crash gjt
To weling for mjf (ul
One bale of browp 36-inch Sheet
ing. Special -tor*. -Jkfoadar ---1
Tuesday, pe/
yard ... KP2U
*. V -i-/ •. "k 'j-***'* AS ti!
"Women s Fine Black
Lace Lisle Hose, with all splicing.
Regular 65c and 59c JB
values, special
Lace Lisle Hose, with all splicing.
Regular 65c and 59c JB
values, special
Children's Hose Bargain
Children's Hose Bargain
One case of Children's Fine Ribbed
Fast Black Onyx Dye Hose, with
white soles and double knee. All
sizes. Best 25c values. Also a
broken line of bronse brmvn
worth up to 40c, 4 A
special to flog*
One case of Children's Fine Ribbed
Fast Black Onyx Dye Hose, with
white soles and double knee. All
sizes. Best 25c values. Also a
broken line of bronse brmvn
worth up to 40c, 4 A
special to flog*
Muslin Underwear Sale of Corset
Covers, Drawers, Night Gowns,
Skirts, etc., at—
7c Light Lawnffor 3#c
100 pieces of new style light colored
Lawns in neat figures.
10c Figured Batistes 6c
100 pieces .of new «lylee to choose
$1.00 Sateen Petticoats 59t
With deep corded flounce. A*
long as they last.
anda, cm the lawn and In the auto
Miss Adele Smith came up from De
troit to attend the Hector party.
Mrs. Frederick Lathrope of Chicago,
who has been visiting relatives In. the
city, left TUursday evening for Esca
naba, Mich., to spend a few days be
fore returning to her ftome.
The "S. S. Dolphin" reached Seattle
today, after a twelve days' cruise In
Alaskan waters. She numbered among
her passengers Mrs. S. G. More and
daughter, Edyth, and Miss Lulu Wheel
er of Buffalo and Miss Harriet Hunt
of Fargo. This party expects to re
turn by the Canadian Pacific, enjoying
sojourns at Lake Louise and Banff
en route to North Dakota.
Dr. W. J. Awty left Tuesday of this
week for a montTi's trip to the Pacific
coast.' He will visit all the more Im
portant cities of the northwest 4nd
may Include a trip to Alaska.
Miss Dora Kennedy |o viaictog la
Duluth, Minn.
Mrs. J. A. Montgomery and Howard
Montgomery came up from the lakes
Monday evening.
Miss Lenora Adler of New York vis
ited in Fargo this week, the guest of
her cousin. Mrs. Max Stern. Miss Ad
ler is assistant editor of the Circle
Mrs. Max Stern and family left to
day for a three weeks' stay at Oeneva
Mrs. Delia Schnittger and son, Lew
is, of St. Paul, are spending a few
days with Mrs. C. A. McLean of Har
Conductor and Mrs. T. R. Sloan have
gone to the lakes for their annual out
Mrs. B. A. Wilbur has as her guests
her mother, Mrs. D. Sulzbach, and son
Maurice, of St. Paul.
Miss Ida McKinney of Appleton,
Minn., Is a guest at the Metropole.
W. R. Jenney is enjoying a post
poned honeymoon. Mrs. Jenney ar
rived yesterday afternoon from Ohio,
where she was called after their mr
riage In St. Paul six weeks at^o. Tney
have secured aparcnents 1* tfce
ii' -"Vi* .4 S-.S4- -v* 'i,
flats and lfr. Jenney has sett!
to be a staid old married man.
Dr. J. G. Dillon leaves tonight for
a short business trip in Rochester.
Minn. His practice will be in charge
of Dr. Louis C. Dick of Ha warden, la.,
while he it away.
Physical Director Chas. B. Harrison
of the Y. M. C. A. who has been aw»y
on a short vacation to his old home
at Louisville. to epeeted beck in
the morning.
Miss Bessie Grubbs will leave next
Wednesday for the Pacific coast where
she will spend some time visiting with
friends at different points and taking
in thie Seattle exposition.
Reuben A*nderson returned to Moor
head after a two weeks' visit with his
parents at Litchfield, Minn.
Pat. M. Buckley of Buffalo left this
morning for Minneapolis, where he will
be united in marriage this evening to
Mrs. Tessle I. Jardine of 1333 First
avenue south, Fargo. They will leav*.
for a trip down the lakes and will he
at home at Buffalo later in the sum
Mrs. Arthur Hoffman wtU laava on
Sunday night tor Jackson, Mich, where
she will be the guest of frtends for
some time:
Oliver Johnson.*~Julli s Johnson and
Riss Luke of Jud, N.
Mr. and Mrs.
are spending
the day in the city on business.
Mrs. A. O. Anderson of Grand FlrkS
who has been visiting with her sister,
Mrs. Wm. Preecoit, soma time has
returned 'to her home.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bower of Mlaot
are guests at the Prescott today.
The Misses Alice and Ethel Olsin of
Bismarck are visiting with the Missas
Frances and Marion Halloway of this
3. O.
Hornw of Ftnley
are visiting friends In Fargo today.
Miss Cora Anderson of Hatton, N.
D.. is visiting with Mr. «UB4 Mrs. A.
W. Bowman, Moorhaad.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Burdlck and Mr.
and Mrs. H. G. Vick of Pembina, are
guests at the Gardner today.
M. A. Welsh, special fluent of the
Illinois Central, whose home 1J at Wa
terloo, la., will arrive in the city this
evening to spend Sunday here as the
guest of friends.
Miss Alma Anderson of Litchfield,
Minn., Is spending a few days with
her cousin, Mrs. A. W. Bowman, on her
way to the Seattle exposition.
Lieut. H. Sorenson left this morning
for Devils Lake accompanied by En
gineer Anders.
Mrs. A. O. Madson of 8outh Eighth
street south, gave a pretty party on
Thursday afternoon to celebrate the
4th birthday anniversary of her
son, James. Fourteen boys and girls
enjoyed games and a general good
time, and at 5 o'clock Mrs. Madson
served a delicious supper. The table
was beautiful in pink and white—the
big birthday cake with James' name
and age written on it with pink can
dies surrounded by candles, was es
pecially attractive to the youngsters.
Mrs. H. H. Casse'.man and Mrs. R.
M. Hamilton entertained a large com
pany of ladies Friday afternoon at
their Island Park homes. Luncheon
was served from small tables on Mrs.
Hamilton's porch after the ladies had
spent a couple of hours with needle
work and conversation at Mrs. Cas
Cards have been received in Moor
head and Farf announcing the mar
riage of Miss Ltatrice Buttt, formerly
of Buttzville and William Henry Hoag
on July 5 at Houston, Tex. They will
be at home after Aug. 1 at Galveston,
Auditor N. C. Morgan leaves this
afternoon for the lakes to spend Sun
day with the family.
Deputy County Auditor Guthrie
leaves this afternoon for Casaelton to
spend Sunday.
Vienna, July 10.—E. H. Harrlman,
accompanied here by Prof. Adolf Stru
empl, arrived here today to see Dr. G.
A. Dixon. Dr. Dixon examined Mr.
Harrlman and held a consultation with
Professor Struempl. Both physicians
agreed that the treatment Mr. Harrl
man was undergoing was effective and
that his condition was quite satisfac
tory. Mr. Harrlman will remain In
Vienna for two days, ben he will go
to Gasteln in Salzburg to take the
Justice Says He Finds No Good Reas
on for Taking Case to New York.
New York, July 10.—Justice Wil
liam E. Gaynor today denied the mo
tion for a change of venue for the
next Thaw Insanity investigation from
the West Chester county hospital. He
declared no good reason had been
shown why the case should be brought
to New York.
Admits That She Stole Three Thou
sand Dollars Worth of Finery.
Lincoln, Neb.. July 10.—Mrs. Minnie
Green, aged 28 years, pleaded guilty
in district court this morning to whole
sale pilfering from her employers, and
was .sentenced to one year in the peni
The woman confessed that her thiev
ing had continued for upwards of two
years, during which time she had sto
len numerous articles of woman's
wearing apparel valued at $3,000. from
Miller A Paine's department store,
where she was employed as chief clerk
of the alteration department.
The homes of several relatives and
friends of Mrs. Green were raided
last night by detectives and most of
the stolen property was recovered The
possessors !n all cases declared that
Mrs. Green had made them presents
of the goods. The woman's hufband
who, as head engineer of the Univer
sity of Nebraska, refused to secure
bond for the woman, and Mrs. Green
s e n e a a n
eye troubles.
Chautauqua, July 10.—Scandinavian
day at the Chautauqua, brought many
visitors of that nationality and there
were many pleasant reunions of old
friends throughout the day and an in
teresting programme In the auditorium
both afternoon and evening. Ex
Gev. John Llnd of lMnnesota was
the speaker of the day and delivered
a splendid address to his countrymen
In the afternoon on the subpject Mi
gration as a Factor in Civilization.
Mr. Llnd showed himself a deep stu
dent of affairs, both political and so
cial. and a forceful.fi fluent psvbgkqj
clal, and a forceful, fluent skeaker ao
The Norden male chours of Devils
Lake gave some musical numbers both
afternoon and evening that were a
treat of the higher musical order and
appreciation was voiced in hearty and
frequent encores that received gracious
response. The chours is well trained
and ihelr selections are all of the
highest order.
After the lecture of the afternoon
there was a matinee porformance by
the Maxim Sight's company and in the
evening the production of "East
Lynn" brought aut a crowded audi
There was an enthusiastic W. C. T.
U. meeting in the morning in the
Round Table tent, with Mrs. Florence
D. Richards, the great temperance 11c
ture present. The topic discussed
with animation was "Recent Legis
Sptcial'y Interested."
Many people enjoy good vision but have eye
imperfections of which they are not conscious.
Headaches, Nervousness,
Neuralgia* Indigestion,
and many other disorders are directly traced
In afternoon the trains brought
many visitors from tha city who ars
in attendance at the state convention
of the Independence Telephone asso
ciation meeting today and tomorrow
in Devils Lake.
A sprinkling of soldier uniforms has
been noticed already about the
grounds, a few of the advance guards
who ars on the reservation getting
things in readiness for the encamp
ment that begins on the twelfth, tak
ing advantage of leisure hours to en
joy the Chautauqua attractions. An
other week will bring them in large
v &.<
E. P. Sundberg & Co.
Gold and Silversmiths. Mfg. Optician*.
7t Broadway Far*©,
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Supt. W. E. Hoover Says That the
Enumeration Surprised HIM
This Ysar.
In tha opinion of Supt. W. B. Hoovsr,
the enumeration of children ofaschoel
age was something of a surprise (0
him this year. The records show thAt
the attendance this year has run be
hind, owing undoubtedly to tha fact
that scores of families have moved to
Dilworth to make their homes. The
gain of ninety-one as shown in tha
census indicates a healthy gain in pop
ulation of the city. In the opinion .»!
the head of the city schools.
Removal of Mr. Hanson Leaves Chi
sago With Only 2£7&834.
Chicago, July 10.—Chicago's popula
tion is only 2,572,884. The optimistic
estimate of the bureau of statistics fdr
July 1 gave the city a population
2.572,835, but since that time Rudolph
P. Hanson has moved to South Bend.
News of the city's loss became pub
lic when Mr. Hanson sent a letter
the "Census Bureau. City of Chicagfc
III." It was finally received by Oeorjfe
Bryant, who represents the govern
ment census bureau in the office
Comptroller Walter H. Wilson, Han
son's letter follows:
"Gentlemen: You have my name for
the new city directory. Plesse cancel
it, as I am now a permanent resident
of South Bend. Respectfully, Rudolph
P. Hanson."
Says Senate Leader Agread to Tax
Because Ha Couldn't Stop It.
Madison, Wis., July 10.—"Mr. Al
drich Is oposed to an Income tax—SO
are Morgan and Rockefeller and othsr
amiable gentlemen who have acquired
large incomes with an absent mlndad
disregard of the rights of the bal
ance of the human faml!y." Tnie I*
what United States Senator La Fo!
lette says In this week's issue of La
Follette's Weekly, returning to the at
tack on Senator Aldrlch for his poai
tlon oa the tariff question.
Tou will not be able to rest in heav
en if you practice resting here.
The summer "White at Beverly is now epen for business.
Chicago Trlbu/a
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