'21 V K*
latest models worth
$10 to $25, at
Just Half Price
Children's Winter Coats at
"Marquise" Bl'k Silk Waists
at Just 25 Per Cent Discount
One lot of women's fine black silk
waists, latest tailored styles, at 25
per cent discount.
$5.00 fine black silk waists at. .S3.7$
$5.50 fine black silk waists at..14.13
$6.50 fine black silk waists at. .$4.88
Fine Silk Petticoat* at 25 to
40 Per Cent iHs^ount
150 women's fine silk petticoats,
come in all the popular plain colorf
and changeable silks, made of fine
quality soft finish silk. Regular $5 50.
to $6.50 values O
Tuesday, Nov. 22.
Lecture on Korea, by Pres. C. C.
Crjtegan at First Presbyterian church.
Tuesday, Jan. 17.
!ffl-Statp Grain Growers' convention.
Wednesday, Jan. 18.
Ctl-State Grain Growers' convention.
Thursday, Jan. 19.
Tti-State Grain Growers' convention.
Friday, Jan. 20.
-State Grain Growers' convention.
No Division Chang*.
Aberdeen, S. D., Nov. 22.—Mcintosh,
the county seat of Carson county, has
received assurance from Milwaukee
railroad officials that the freight di
vision on the Puget Sound extension
now stationed at Mcintosh, will re
main there. There had been disquiet
ing reports that the division would be
moved to Lemmon or some other town
on the extension, but this is denied.
Information has also been received
that dispite discouragements, Faith Is
likely to receive its railroad connec
tions yet this winter if stormy weath
er does not intervene. The Milwau
kee road for a time abandoned hope of
reaching Faith this winter, owing to
the difficulty of securing the needed
equipment, but reports have reached
the town that two train loads of ma
terial has been unloaded at Eagle
Butte, the present terminus of the
branch, and efforts will be made to
522-524 tont Street
—Made up in heavy all
cheviot, trimmed with velvet collar and cuffs and
buttons. Strictly this season's make*
$9.00 Child's CHllf—Made up in ill wool cheviot,
lined throughout with heavy all wool flannel, exception
ally warm and comfortable winter coat.
This sale only ......... D*/t)
made up in fine kersey and chevipt* .some heavily lined
and handsomely trimmed. OA
i s s a e s e i a 5 O
it is a wonderful buying opportunity. Some of this season* choicest Fabrics and
Staple Materials. In plain and novelty weaves in black, cream and popular colors.
Lengths for waists, skirts and whole suits. AVill be sold at just half regular price.
Our entire stock of women's new tailored suits
None Reserved not a single old suit or poor style in the
entire selection. All at
Coats worth $25.00
Notice of Dissolution*
Notice is hereby given, that the
partnership heretofore existing be
tween A. B. Wigdahl and Abram Con
ant, under the firm name and style of
Wigdahl & Conant, was dissolved on
the 22nd. day of November, A. D., 1910,
by mutual consent, said Abram Conant
to continue the business of wholesale
cigar dealers heretofore conducted by
said co-partnership. All debts owing
to said co-partnership to b® paid to
said Abram Con&nt, and all demands
on the said co-partnership to be pre
sented tp and paid by him.
Dated Nov. 22nd., 1910.
Ill this lot you will find high owC
coats in mixed materials, plain col"
ors and black broadcloth, most of
them full Skinner satin lined, in the
best style that the highest paid tail
ors can produce.
New Robes, Klmonas and
We have just received a complete
line of ladies' dressing sacques, both
robes and kfmonas in fancy fleeced
materials, eiderdowns, crepe cloths,
blanket flannels, and silks, ranging
in prices from $25.00
On third floor.
Coming Events What's Said City in Brief
Cook paints signs. Phone 931.
Have Cowle ahave you. Phone 1853-J.
Furnished rooms by day, week or
month. Tweeden block. N. P. avenue.
If you STAMMER write the National
Institute for Stammerers. Crookston,
Minn Absolute cure guaranteed.
The Forum does no job printing.
Send your next order to Hannahor &
Schann&ch, at 625 N. p. avenue. Fan©.
A. H. WiapABtt*
(Neiv. 22, 20 Dec. 6.)
All flavors dainty, appetizing pal
atable. Nothing better made, nothing
better to eat, than first-class Bijou
pwf-ets. Order early at the Bijou
Fargo, N. D,
$3.50 WomeD's fin
THBFARGO FORTTM A TO DAILY REPTTBLICAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22/ 1910.
G. C. Grafton, Commander: Au
vergne commandry will hold its stated
meeting thise evening at 7:30 o'clock
at Masonic temple.
Emma Backer, Record Keeper: Xt
O. T. M. will hold regular review Wed
nesday evening, Nov. 23. The meeting
will be called at 7:30 sharp. After
the session the ladies will give a card
party to which everyone is invited.
Mrs. Shooley, Secretary: The Toe
men will hold their regular meeting
at 8 o'clock sharp this evening in Pi
rle's hall. After the meeting there
will be a card party and refreshments
will be served. All members are re
quested to be present and a cordial
invitation Is extended to the public.
Mrs. J. M. Johnson, Superintendent
of Mercy and Help Department of
Scandinavian W. C. T. U.: I hope that
every member of the union who was
not able to attend the reception given
at the Florence Crittenton home last
week Tuesday, will kindly remember
to leave their Thanksgiving offering
for the home at either of the three fol
lowing places: From the south side,
at Baldwwin & Thompson's grocery
store from the north side, at O. S.
Hadeland's store and from the west
side, at Asheland's.
Thursday night at the Roller Skating
Rink. Splendid list of prises, a few
of which are on display in the window
at Cannon & Schmid's jewelry store.
This will be one of the big times of
mm*} mm' afeMfe,
for any ot
worth from HO
I S O I I N
'Royal" Linen Shirt Waists,
25% Discount From Our
$3.75 Women's fii
$4.00 Women's fine
New FaU and Winter Coats at 25 to 40% Discount
All strictly this season's best styles in fancy mixtures^ plain colored Kerseyes
black Broadcloths and black KerseySr All garments new ai*d desirable.
$4.50 Women s
$5.00 Women's fine linen
$5.50 Women** fine linen,
at .* UK
In this lot are styles that have sold
all season and right up to now at
$16.50, $18.50. $20.00 and $22.50.
There is not an old coat in this lot.
All splendid values at ijl$ original
Bath Robes Extra Special
for This Sale
One lot of women's long robes, made
up in eiderdowns and blanket flan
nels, in fancies and colors. The best
values we have ever shown
at $3.50. Special O
On third floor.
The clearings of the Fargo banks
for today were #178,085.36.
The first quarterly conference of the
First Methodist church will be held
this evening In the parlors of the
church. Rev. Macnamara, superin
tendent of this district will be present
and preside at the meeting.
Rev. C. W. Finwall gave a splendid
Illustrated lecture last evening at the
First Baptist church. Norway Today
was the subject of the address and the
scenes of the northern country that
were thrown on the canvas were
some of the best that have been seen
Hansel and Gretel delighted a
large audience, last evening at the
First Congregational church. The
musical interpretation was given by
Professor Boehmer and he was as
sisted in the programme by Mrs.
Wright, Miss Beard and Miss Steele.
The recital was made especially in
teresting because of the fact that Mr.
Boehmer explained every step of the
fairy tale and the music.
The championship car of apples that
were exhibited at the National Apple
show at Spokane last week will pass
through Fargo tomorrow morning.
This car and twelve other cars of prize
apples that were on exhibition at the
show, will comprise a special passen
ger N. P. train that will be run to Chi
cago. All the apples in the train will
be shown at the big apple show that
will be held1 in Chicago next week.
Coal and Wood. Prompt deli very
Phone 2111, Johnson-Landeea Ca
NU8UAL INTERE3T HAS BEEN
SHOWN IN PRELIMINARY
WORK ORGANIZATION WILL BE
COMPLETED AND CONSTITU
TION ADOPTED TONIGHT.
The adjourned meeting for complet
er the organization of. an Advertis
club will be held this evening at
30 at the Y. M. C. A. and It 1b hoped
at a large number will be in at
idance. The idea has been very fa
rably received among those to whom
has been presented and a large num
of live business men and women
ve signified their Intention of be
ming members and helping to boost
The committee selected at the last
setlng to prepare plans and a consti
Hon for the club have completed
?ir work and a rough draft will be
ssented to the meeting for adoption.
:er discussion this evening. Then*
lbs have been a great success in oth
localities, not only in developing
Iter and more productive adverti«-(
but in boosting for the different
ies as well.
AN EDUCATED MAN WHO NEVER
HAD MUCH 8CHOOL PROF.
WEEK8 OF THE A. C. 8AY8 HE
IS ONE OF THE BEST EDUCAT
ED MEN THAT HE KNOWS Of.
'One of the most interesting men I
of is an elderly farmer," says
)f. A. D. Weeks of the A. C.. "He
s not an educated man. However, it
uld be well if every educated man
'l a mind as well formed.
This man is interesting because he
s interested. He observes and thinks.
His mind is well stored. And as for
uriosity, the boy in a strange attic
i5 not more curious about things.
"This man sees how lightning
strikes on tree trunks how the tree*
planted in a row will build some this
way and some that until they get out
of row and how the wind digs dirt
away from buildings. He is always
looking for something. "Eyes they
have and see not' was not spoken of
such as he. His is the observing eye
and the reasoning mind Th* dullest
bit of prairie tells him surprising
facts. A clump of weeds would be to
him as much a» a world** fair to a
"He is observant of words, though
not versed in languages Tbe fact
that there is no English word to cor
respond to altitude had occurred to
him. For 'above the sea level' we
say altitude. For 'below the sea level'
we say—what? ..
"If this matt had gone to school
more he might have less Interest 1q
his surroundings. One may be edu«
cated away from his surroundings.
One's observing may be of the stars,
like that of the ancient philosopher
who grazing at the stars walked into
an open well. One's thinking may be
on subjects in place and importance
far away, and he may not reason .on
what should concern him most.
"In the early days men studied
th* stars first. The Chaldean shep
herds gazing upward in the clear sky
of old combined poetry and science in
astrology. Astronomy, the science of
things farthest away, was the first
science. It has taken centuries to
draw the attention of observers to
what is nearest Philosophers have
expounded the infinite and the ulti
mate while denying the circulation of
blood In their own bodies and believing
that swallows winter in the mud at
the bottom of streams. Let us know
the near as well as the remote, the
near in apace, In time and Importance.
"A good many pupils, especially
boys, leave school because »chooI i«
not Intnvested in what they are In
terested in. It Is easy to remember
when one wants to remember, to study
what one wants to study and to think
hard about anything that one really
wants to know about. But there is
nothing more Irkson a t^axi learning
that does not spring from a presen:
interest or satisfy a felt need.
"The swing of the educational pen
dulum toward agricultuie and home
science is as it should be. There Is
no faculty or power of mind -bat may
not be employed In the knowledge of
nearby things. Indeed there is no in
struction for the child comparable to
that which builds upon the familiar
subject* and relatiocs of home, lifei
garden and neighborhood.
"No pupil should be confined to a
study of nearby things. Before he fin
ishes school he should know of an
cient characters, scenes far and for
eign, and conditions of life quite dif
ferent from his own. But to reach out
and understand these requos that
reason and Imagination, memory and
observation be employed on the life
"Then too If one must have scant
knowledge let ignorance prevail with
reference to matters that do not much
concern one. It is better to know
what a North Dakota sheriffs Income
is than to know the expense account
of pompey. It is better to know how
to avoid toberculosis than to know
when Mithridates died.
"All the boys and girls on North
Dakota farms will not 'stay on the
farm.' Some of them will be physi
cians, judges, architect*-, college pro
fessors, aeroplanis-s, brick layers and
statesmen. For those who do stay in
the country how valuable will be a
knowledge of country science. For
those who get their living elsewhere
could any knowledge be more educa
tional and useful than that which
smells of clover and good brown
W *3 L.iis delicious couieoUon
to order get your order In early for
Thanksgiving. Dainty sweets of all
kinds ready made and to order at The
Bijou Candy Mart.
Read A. L. Moody's Ad
Biggest reductions you've ever seen
prices on styli** Jslta. ,"
PAT, llll S
FEATURE AT SAVOY THIS WEEK
—BIG DRAWING CARD OF THE
ORPHEUM CIRCUIT 8ECURED TO
Pat, the renowned tiaJned horse, has
been snatched from his express car
while en route from the western to
the eastern cities on the Orpheum cir
cuit and made a headllner tor tbe re
mainder of this week at the local
The opportunity thus piesented to
view tht* extraordinary equine if. a
rare one and wil be eagerly grasped
by Fargo's wide-awake theatre gong
public. A large number of citizers saw
Pat at the Seattle expostlon last year
and these form the nucleus of enthu
siast* who are patting Manager Kirk
man on the back fo» h«» enterprise in
securing so wonderfuJ an attraction.
.Pat does a large number of stnnta
never performed by any othar trained
animal and his appearance upop the
botb children and adult* In addition
to the special number secured for this
week the regular vaudevllu. and mo
tion picture programme will be pre
sented. A matinee is held each after
noon at 3 o'clock and the evening per
formances at 7:30, 8:30 and 9:38. iAll
seats are 10 cents a* the Savoy.
WHITE SLAVE IS
IT SA'-fE IF,™
POLICE FAIL TO IDENTIFY MYS
TERIOUS WOMAN WITH PITI
FUL 8T0RY AS SAME WOMAN
8EEN I8SUING FROM RESORT
IN THE HOLLOW.
A careful Investigation was made
yesterday afternoon of the case of the
mysterious woman who suddenly ap
peared at the home of Rev. C. F. Sew
rey Saturday afternoon, and it was
found out that she was not the same
woman as the one who has been seen
staying at one of the Fargo resorts in
When It was learned positively that
the woman from Minneapolis had not
been an Inmate of any of the resorts
of ill-fame in this city, some credence
was placed in the harrowing story she
toid here. A further Investigation
will now be made in regard to her ex
perience in the mill city and an effort
to locate her husband.
Several of the ministers will take
the matter up and look closely into
the case In connection with some of
the charitable organizations of the
city. The question of the much
talked about while slave traffic
in the northwest will be considered
ajid the rumor probably sifted to the
In the interim the woman will be
kept here by the charity officials and
ministers Interested in her case and
will likely be given employment if
such can be found for her. She is re
ticent about seeing any one, especial
ly men, as she says she has grown
to fear them all.
For sale, the very ueat Ben Hayfc
FREE TURKEYS— Particulars
the Bijou theatre ask about it
Thanksgiving Silverware, Gut
Glass and Carving Sets
EXPECT THIS STORE to be prepared with the choicest
goods in the lines carried we know that and have anticipat
ed your most particular needs.
HAWKF/S CUT GLASS
In a wealth of dainty new patterns.
In every possible table need.
CARVING SETS-A GREAT VARIETY
In silver handles, genuine stag handles and bone handles.
SEE OUR OUR THANKSGIVING WINDOW
M. A. Hagen- Newton Co.
JKWELERS AND MANUFACTURING OPTICIANS
Eastman Kodaks-Eyes Correctly Fitted With Glasses o, N. D.
OELIGHT PATRONS OF THIS
Fargo theatrical managers are mak
ing a record this year in the excel
lence of attractions secured for
Thanksgiving week. Especially is this
true at the new Savoy theatre where vtion" Co., died shortly""before
stage is always full of surprises for |ar,rf Infenment will take place in the
THE USK Stlf-BASTM ENAMElfB ROASTER
Will cut your meat
is to the American
OF STATE DEAD
WM. SORENSON OF GRAND FORKS
MEMBER OF FARGO LODGE OF
ELKS PA8SED AWAY LIVED
FOR YEARS AT SHELDON, M, ft.
—CAME TO STATE IN "81.
Grand Forks Herald: After several
weeks of battling against disease,
William Sorenson, aged 85 years, and
manager for the Red River Transpor
night oK Sunday night. Mr. Sorenson
has b»en sick for the past month witl»
complication of diseases. He wa«
oa the road to recovery when typhoi4'
lever further complicated matters and
an operation was necessary last Mon
day. Following the operation Mr.
So'enson rallied and apparently pass
ed tbe c/..si? or. Thursday. His condi
tion on Ptda and Saturday and dur
ing mos* of Sunday was satisfactory,
but tows.*,! evening his strength began
to wane and he died quietly late in
the evening. The funeral services
were held yesterday afternoon from
the house. Rev. F. M. McCoy officiat
ing. and last evening the body was
to Sheldon Minn.,
where funeral services
held tomonow afternoon at 8 o'clock
cemetery at tha place. Misr Kittle
Sturtevant sang at the funeral services
Mr. Sorenson was 35 years of age,
being born in southern Minnesota. He
rernovw to North Dakota in 1881, lo
cating at a place called Daly on the
Cheyenne river, where he engaged in
the milling business till 1889. At that
time he removed to Sheldon, and six
years later he went to Medbury, com
ing to this city two years ago. He re
sided at 917 South Third street
Surviving him are his wife and one
child, aged three years two brothers,
Hans Sorenson of Duluth and Lou
Sorenson of Sheldon, one sister, Mrs.
Rank Lillicrat of Sheldon, and his
father and mother, residing in Lisbon.
He was a member of the Fargo lodge
of Elks and of tfe* Sheldon lodge of
Turkey night at the Roller Skating
A. C. NOTES.
For some time the well diggers have
been busy back of the power plant at
the Agricultural college putting down
an artesian well The depth of 106
feet has been reached and at present
the man are working through a strata
of hard-pan. Just now the work is
going pretty slow and this morning
the drill went down but four or five
inches. The drillers are expecting to
strike some kind of a flow of water
Wednesday evwrtng the PoVytecfcnlc
society of the Agricultural college will
meet in regular session in the Engi
neering builHing and Prof. Q. A. Ste
vens of the seed control laboratory
will read a paper on Bees and Their
Role in Flower Poilnation. Mr. Ste
vens is particularly well posted on bee
culture and their relation and worok
In flower pollution. He has a good
collection of bees and has made a
very exhaustive study of h!s subject,
covering a number of years. All those
who are interested in bee» should be at
the Engineering building at
FREE BUTTER—With every dollar
cash purchase of "Honor Brand" gro
ceries at Eggert's market.
YOUR BEST GIRL LIKES
o e S a i n i o u e a u u a y o u a n u n u a s a i n
tonight. way to her heart if you feed her on
dainty Bijou sweets. Candy of all
at kinds, but all one quality—the very
best—at tbe Bijou Candy Mart
Be Economical. Save money on meats.
It It easy for a housewife to reduce living expenses if she uses Lisle
Economical cuts of moats may be proporly and deliriously cooked and will via
more natntion because the_ juices aud flavors are retained. Requires lens heat.
fnel. Fewer ti^eosilp reosired for
JIE Vt® \L ar i k lfs may be cooked at the same time
what ti.e easwrole
to the French
Run No Hl.sk—Be Sure It's a Usk w
w U fl'lM |7¥T Wholesale, Retail Hardware
67 BroadWay, Fargo, N. Dak.
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