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1 *, i® y f||| 21 Aft 1 00 ^evera^ O Cffe v TMC A. B. WALKER AGENCY Mrs. Emma J. Walker, kgt. Fire end lornadu Innurance In ell GOOD. SOLID COMPANIES Commencement exercise*, Fargo col late. Fargo conservatory commencement concert. Wednesday, June 14. Graduation day, Fargo college. Students annual eoncert. Dakota #0*i»ervatory. Thursday, June 15. Commencement programme, Dakota OMnservatory. Monday, June 19. Fargo conservatory of musid twa flfttr school opens. Tuesday, June 20. Beginning summer term. Dakota "•Observatory. .Sunday, July 9. Gate City Gun club tournama&t* Monday, July 10. Hate City Gun club tournampnt, Tuesday, July 18, Interstate fair, Fargo. Wednesoay, Julynifc Interstate fair, Fargo. Thursday, July 20, Interstate fair, Fargo. Friday, July 21 Interstate fair, Fargo. i DtAcuN is mm l^ipreeelvs Services Hefcf* YettoWf ay j, Morning at the Gethaemana Cathedral, HThe morning service at G^thsemane tithedral, yesterday, principally con sisted of the office of the ordination of a. deacon, the first of the three branches of the Episcopal ministry. The candidate for the deaconate was Charles Burton Upson, a recent grad uate from the Seabury Divinity school, Faribault, Minn. The ordination ser mon was preached by Bishop Mann, who took for his text, Acts vi., 2, Then the twelve called the multitude of the disciples unto them, and said, It is not reason that we should leave the word of God and serve tables. Wherefore, brethren, look ye out seven men of honest report, full of the Holy Ghost and wisdom, whom we may appoint over this business. But we will give ourselves continually to prayer, and to the ministry of the word. The candidate was presented by De a n Dcw'lng and following the Im pressive service there was a celebra tion of holy communion, the newly made deacon reading the gospel for the day. During the summer Rev. Mr. Upson will be in charge of the church at Wahpeton, N- D. There's an Easy Way V lot ol Coffee Troobltf Change to well-made POSTUM "Ifcere'i KeaMMf Too Much Emphasis Cannot Be Brought to Bear on These Silk Offerings. express shipment of 14 pfeces of fancy Foulard ceived this morning and will be included in 7f\|% tin* tale and the price, just, per yard.. ...»•»•••• ww 50 PIECES FOULARDS This particular lot is the best quality $1.00 Foil la«"d Silk manufactured and the lowest prict ever offered. A FEW EXCLUSIVE PATTERNS ch°'ce» fancy bordered Foulards. $1.50 has been the lowest price offered heretofore. TWO PATTERNS, VERY LATEST 50 °®er two shades °f bltjp figured Foulard Silk, fancy borders, 44 inches wide, $2.00 values PLAIN TAN FOULARD "I "7C One beautiful, plain tan, fancy bordered Foo ls I larcj 44 ne A rich looking fabric, worth $3.50. Ca Heritable Merchandise Coming Events Sunday, June 11. Fargo college baccalaureate Mr won. High school commencement sermon Gethsem&ne cathedral. Monday, June 12. ''.Commencement exercises, Fargo ool M*e. Tuaaday, June 13. inches wide. Regular $2.50 Silk. BROCADED HELIOTROPE exclusive 6 yard pattern Brocaded Helio trope, black dots and border, 44 inches wide. TWO PIECES PONGEE Per yard will buy, a 75c quality of Natural Pan gee Silk. L:%l fMP n ?|ir Authentic -llf Advertising fctyl The Weather Fair and Cooler PUZZLE PICTURE. The low pres sure disturbance is over the lake re gions attended by showers and thun ders o a over Minnesota and eastward to the Atlantic coast. Light showers have also fallen o v e e a s e n Washington and northern Alberta. e e e a tures are lower the Dakotas, Min nesota and east ward, and higher over the west. Find the Weather Fair weathtr Man. may be expected In this vicinity to night and Tuesday, slightly cooler to night. Barometer, 29.06. Tempersttoa 2, 0 •lO STATIONS 3" £-7 a S 0 n Si 5 ere 90. BismaraV.i.... 56 70 00 Calgary 51 52 8 •0 00 Devils Lake... 56 52 70 00 Edaiontou..... 12 00 .0* Havre ....... W 54 6 82 00 Moorhend 60 54 2 70 .14 Qu' Appeil*.... 56 43 6 70 00 t-i. Paul 58 -4 70 .84 Willision 82 48 8 72 CO Win 1 1 peg 82 52 4 70 00 H. W. Grasse. Official In Charge What's Said Geo. E. Radford, Commander.' Stat ed conclave of Auvergne Commandery K. T. on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Probably work on the order of the Red Cross. W. J. Johnston. H. P.: Stated con vocation of Keystone chapter It A. M- this evening at 8 o'clock C. Chapman, Clerk M. W. Of A.: Regular camp meeting Tuesday even ing, 8 p. m., A- 0» U. W. hall. As our degree team and some of the camp's officers will not have returned from the head camp session In time for the regular second meeting of this month, thig will be the only meeting for June, so please all members govern them selves accordingly All members of M. W, A. Cordially invited to attend- OLD SETTLERS PICNIC H«r Be«tt Ar ranged for Entertainment at Tower City. The eleventh annual Old Settler's picnic for western Cass and eastern Barnes counties will be held at Tower City, N. D., Tuesday, June 20, The following programme has been arrang ed: 10:00 a. m.—Auto parade. 10: SO a. m.—Comic and citizen*' par ade. 11:00 a. m.—•Races: Boys under 12 boys under 16 men's race and tug of war. 12:00 m- —picnic dinner—coffee fur nished free. 1:20 p. m—Association meeting. 2:00 p. m.—Speaking by Hon. Tread well Twlchell and Hon. Geo. M. Young. 3 00 p. m.—Jtaees: Wheel barrow race sack race girls un der 12 girls under 18. 3:10 p. m.^Vaudoville show on the Street. 4ilf p. «am*—Free to all. City in Brief The Fargo bank clearing* today amounted to 1124,759.72. E- J. Elstad, a well known banker Rugby, is in the city today on bust ?i 88 Rev. E. G. Price has returned to En ffrlin from his recent visit to Des i .Moines. Rev. M. B. Rumsey of Tower City has left for the twin cities for medical treatment. I There will be an adjourned meeting of the city council this evening at the city hall. A marriage license was issued this morning to Charles E. Anderson and Agnes Alcox, both of Fargo. Mrs- M- A. Mason and Mrs. A. C. Peterson were the fortunate ladles In Yerxa-Skinners' aviation contest. Justrite Corset week at Rahilly'a Millinery. A beautiful etching, "The Debutante," 12x18, given to all who I purchase Juatrite Corsets this week. This morning two attorneys appear ed before Judge Amidon and were ad mitted to practice in the U. S. courts. They were James Wendell Pollock of Fargo and Harvey G. Miller. Regular review of the Maccabees will be held in the A. O. U. W. hall this evening. All members please be present, as many matters of import ance will be brought up for discus sion. Rev. Jesse Kenderdlne of Asbury M. E. church, Si Paul, Minn., apent last Sunday with his old time friend, Rev. vr. C. Sage, and preached round the circuit of his appointments, thus re Irving Rev. Mr- Sage in hia hour of sorrow. The postoffice officials have received a letter addressed to Miss Roberts, 217 Mill street, North Dakota. No town is named on the epistle which was mailed from Toronto. Another postal is on file sent out from Fargo to Mrs. Paul Hoglin, R. D. No. 2, box 48, with no state or town address. Harold Nelson of Rugby, court re porter of the Ninth judicial district, and one of the court reporters of the Cowan impeachment trial, was in the city a few hours yesterday, greeting friends on his way to Jamestown, where he will be for a term of court for Judge Coffey. J. A. Englund of Kenmare, repre sentative from the Forty-third legisla tive district and author of the well known short-haul bill, spent Saturday in the city and stopped at the Gard ner hotel. Mr. Englund says his new law is proving one of the best passed at the recent session of legislature on account of the reduction of rates It provides for the shipper. Rev. W C. Sage, paator of tha Methodist Episcopal church at Wheat land passed through the city this morning on his way to Ingersol, Ont. He was accompanying the remains of his aged mother to the ftunlly buryina grounds- Mrs. Sage had attained the ripe of old age of 84 years, and for Qie pawt two years has made hisr home with her son. She has been aiti invalid for most of the past year. Harry Kedney left last night for Si:. Paul, where he will spend the day be fore going to Faribault, Minn., to vis it a few days with his cousin, Mi-. Gould of that city. Later in the week, Mr. Kedney will go to Chicago ft spend a week before entering the sum mer school of the University of Wis consin at Madison. He will register in the fall as a student In the forestry course. Sen. Frank S- Talcott of Buffalo greeted friends at the Gardner hotel yesterday, while spending a few hours in the city. Senator Talcott is one of the delegates at large from North Da kota to the annual national conven tion of the Modern Woodmen at Buf falo this week. The exposition city is the senator's former home and he will visit there a few days after the con vention before returning to Dakota. Business Jots For reliable help, phone 511. Cook paints signs. Phone 92t, Hotel Tweeaon, rree telephone ex change in every room. Baths, running hot and cold water. Rates 60 cents up. Special rates by week or month. THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE It, 1911 tLIMtS Two Fargo Dentists Appeared an the Programme at the Big Convtif* tion at Minneapolis. Dr. George J. Pattison and Dr. Solon Crum have Just returned from Min neapolis, where they attended the big annual convention of the Minnesota State Dental association, held in that city last week. It speaks well for Fargo dentists when they are called upon to give demonstrations in the special lines of work at so large a meeting as the one which was held In Minneapolis last week. Both gentlemen were on the pro gramme to give clinics in gold foil preparation, and Dr. Pattison was called upon unexpectedly to give a second demonstration, which was quite flattering to him personally and taken by all his friends in this city as a decided compliment. Dr. Pattison and I5r. Crum both stated this morning that the Minne apolis convention was a huge success In every particular and one of the best either Of them ever attended. DISPUTE IN COURT. Men Charged With Begging Cuter Into a Dispute fn Court. Two men appeared before Judge Miller this morning, charged with beg ging, one of the men, Sam Jakapsen, stated that he did not beg, while col league C- Howe, stated that Jakapsen did beg. Jakapsen grew angry at the insinuation of his companion and the two men started to dispute the mat ter in court until they were headed off by Judge Miller. The man who denied the charge stated that he had worked for his "eats," which were given to him. Judge Miller decided to let the two men go and told them they had better separate and not go begging any more. Ole Olson appeared before Judge Miller this morning, charged with being drills wa* f&ed. wWeh ho paid*?. w 7, •*, PROGRESSIVE YOUNG ADVERTIS ING MANAGER OF FINCH, VAN 8LYCK A M'CONVILLE OF 8T. PAUL WILL ADDRESS TOWN CRJ&RA TONIGHT. Fred T. Hall, the progressive young advertising manager of Finch, Van Slyck & McConville of St. Paul, one of the biggest wholesale houses In the northwest, will be the chief speaker tonight at the last meeting of the town criers at the commercial club. Mr. Hall Is an advertising man of considerable note, having been adver tising manager with the Jennings Ex tract Co., perfumers, of Grand Rapids, Mich., and formerly with Lord A Thomas of Chicago. He is a graduate of the University of Chicago, where he was prominent in athletics and was at one time the champion mile run ner of the Institution. He received his first experience In the advertis ing busineaa with the National Bla cult Co. Mr. Hall edits The Searchlight, one of the leading little periodicals on ad vertising in the northwest. While here, he will be the guest of Robert G. Patterson of The Forum staff. It had been originally planned to have William Bailey, advertising manager of Schumann & Evans de partment store of St. Paul, speak at the town criers' meeting tonight, but that speaker will be unable to be here and Mr. Hall will deliver the principle address. Exceptional values in new pattern Foulards at A. L. Moody's. Read his advertisement elsewhere In The Forum- Express shipment of fourteen more pieces of Fancy Foulards re ceived this morning. Will be included in thia aale at per yd, 49 centa. Railroad News e mio 10 Fargo-Minot Cutoff Will Be Rushed to Completion This Will Give a Shorter Mile age to the Coast Use to Which the $20,000,000 Will Be Put St. Paul, June 12. Soma the plans under way by the Great North ern to spend the proceeds of the $20,000,000 bonds sold a few days ago to the First National bank of New York, which is the first block issued of the $600,000,000 authorized, were outlined this morning by Pres. Louis W. Hill. Big projects are under con sideration, with the rest of the $600, 000.000, but outside of -the statement issued by James J. Hill two weeks ago, official Information is lacking. Jo Finish Fargo-Surrey Line. "We have ordered 1,000 box cars and twenty-five engines and rails for the construction of the Fargo-Surrey line," said Mr. Hill. "The work on the cutoff, which was suddenly stop ped last summer, is to be resumed. We are making preparations to start in and expect to have the line fiinished and ready for operation next year." May -Build to Winnipeg. Mr. Hill also indicated that the Oreat Northern may build Its own line into Winnipeg. For some time nego tiations have been under way for the iireat Northern to secure running rights over the Canadian Northern, from Emerson to Winnipeg. There seems to have been some hitch In the contract, but officials will not reveal Ihe nature of the difficulty. It is understood that the Great Northern has been planning for a long time to build an entrance line Into Winnipeg and that the contract with the Canadian Northern, if it were made, would only be temporary. Must Do Some Rapid Building. The Great Northern, Northern Pa cific and the Grajid Trunk-Pacific have been building jointly a union station at Winnipeg. It is expected that the Great Northern and the Northern Pacific would exercise their running rights over tl*3 Canadian Northern line, when the station was opened. Mr. Hill announced this morning that the station would be opened Sept. 1. If the Canadian Northern line Is not to be used by the Great Northern at that time, it means that the Great Northern expects to do some rapid building from the bound ary line. Shorter Mileage to Coasf, The Fargo-Surrey line sometimes willed the Minot cutoff, when finished will give the Great Northern a line from St. Paul to the Pacific coast, only four miles longer than the St. Paul mileage. The mileage of the St. Paul between St. Paul and Seattle la 1,771, while the new mileage of the Great Northern will be 1,776. Little Double Tracking. "How much double tracking will you do this year?" Mr. Hill was asked. "We will do hardly any," he replied. Mr. Hill was In an optimistic mood. He declared that the crop situation is excellent and will tend materially to Improve business conditions. Foulard sUks at great price savings at A. L. Moody's for the early part of this week. Do not fall to visit the silk department on the first floor at A. L. Moody's. Another Chinese cabinet smashed, but then it muat be remembered ttat China cabinets smash easily. The Theatres Fargo OperahotNO June 14—Max Dill. Lonesome Town, with all its wealth of scenic effects, delightful music, charm ing lyrics, bright lines and pretty girls, will be the attraction at the Fargo Operhouse Wednesday evening, when Max Dill, the noted German comedian, late of Kolb and Dill, comes to town. Dill has been making a highly successful tour of the coast, and report has It that this Is one of the brightest musical comedy produc tions on the road this season. The unctuous star was never seen to such advantage, and his company is admir able, while his chorus is declared to take the palm for pulchritude. THE LONESOME TOWN Max Dill Made Hit in Winni|Mt in Play He Will Present Here Wednesday Night. Winnipeg Telegram: Max Dill and company without doubt greatly pleas ed the rather small audlcnce that at tended the Walker theatre last even ing, with the presentation of the now well known comedy, Lonesome town. The piece Is billed as an all laughter comedy, with music, and it In no way belies Its name. Max Dill and his two associates are the leading char acters in the working out of the plot, and their very funny dialogues and antics kept the house in a roar of laughter from beginning to the final curtain. The chorus have not a great deal to do In this musical comedy, but when they did appear their dresses and dancing were beautiful. There are two or three very catchy tunes In the piece, amongst which the most popular are. Well I Swan, by Mr. McGulre There's a Big Cry Baby in the Moon, sung In a very de lightful manner by Miss Oakley, and Kiss Me, My Honey, Kiss Me, sung by Mr. Chase. This last named song was quite popular with the boys In the gallery, who seemed to have need ed but little encouragement to make them join in the chorus. ©RPHEUM THEATRE. I O Tonight at 7:30 and 9:00 Maxim's Models, direct from the Majestic thea tre, Chicago slides of Coney Island i)reamland Fire Walton & Brandt, comedy singing and talking novelty Leora Vennett, the singing comedian, and Minnie Art Fisher, the mimetic comedian, and four other Orpheum features. A matinee dally at 8:00 night, 7:30 and 9:00. THE SHELLING OF THE SAN MARCOS OE8RUCTION OF BATTLESHIP FORMERLY «t£XAS," SHOWN AT BIJOU—RIDDLED AND 8UNK IN INTEREST OF NAVAL EXPERI MENT IN CHE8APEAKE BAY. The Bijou has a show this week that is a topnotcher in every respect the best pictures, the most up to date events of any in the city. Every man, woman and child should see these two splendid features at the Bijou this week. The first picture is one that you will find hard to beat. The Shell ing of the San Marcos In lower Chesa peake bay was an Important naval event, confined exclusively to the navy department. Only general reports were given publicity and It was the good fortune of the Vitagraph Co. alone to obtain this wonderful picture of the shelling of the San Marcos, of the load ing of the guns, firing, reloading and spotting by the gunners on the New Hampshire, are wonderfully shown. Every shot is distinctly seen as it strikes the water after passing through the helpless "Texas" throwing sprays of water 400 feet high, and great vol umes of smoke arise when a shell bursts and sinks into the bay. We are thrilled when the shells are distinctly seen penetrating the sides of the old warrior tearing into its entrails as It careens and sinks with a tremor to its final resting place in the bottom of the Chesapeake. Truly a fitting end for the gallant battleship that had done such good service. It reminds one of the poem of Oliver Wendel' Holmes, Old Ironsides, in which he favors this method of disposing of the glorious ship, Constitution. After the work of the battery is done we are taken aboard in one of the torpedo boats to the wreck and given a close view of the damage done by the pow erful missies. It Is said that the offi cers who went aboard after the des truction wept at the harrowing sight. The Still Alarm is an exciting ro mance of the fire department wherein the greater love lends coura^b to the efforts of the fire fighters. A picture full of heart interest. The Belated Bridegroom is a picture that Is serious as well as funny, pretty serious for the bridegroom. After try ing every vehicle imaginable to get to the wedding on time, he arrives after the best man married the bride. He consoles himself with the bridesmaid, and wisely tells her, "I always liked you best anyway." These pictures together with the ex cellent orchestra completes a pro gramme that every man, woman and child may attend with pleasure as well as profit. THE STOGHYABD FIRE This is Feature Film at the Savoy Splendid Programme H«f Ssfn Secured, ... S i o o e S a V 6 y The Chicago Stockyard Fire# The moving pictures of the great Chicago stockyard fire are beyond a doubt the best pictures seen for many weeks in Fargo. The ttory is pro nounced by critics to be the greatest fire picture ever produced. The stock- GOOD PLACE FOR KNOW FAfcltfiftB SUPPLY HOUSE HAS AN ATTRACTIVE WINDOW WHICH CALL8 ATTENTION TO ONE BIG SOURCE OF THEIR PROSPERITY —HOW THEY SILL. The Farmers Supply House has very appropriately decorated the show win dow In representation of a camping scene. The window is lighted at night by a boat headlight with a blue shade. The llfelikeness of the scene is at tracting much comment from passers by. In the foreground Is a miniature lake with tiny rowboats pulled up o:. the sandy shore. Hard by Is a tin white tent placed on the bank on tit. green grass. In the background the forest with its bushy undergrowti The manager said to The Form. that every year their business wi augumented very largely by the sccr of shipments of supulies for camper on the lakes. By selling In larg* quantities the Farmer*- Supply Hou? is able to make wholesale prices on supplies to campers as well as others. They either quote prices o goods delivered at the lake or f. o. K Fargo. When moat merchants are complair ing of the hard times and stringent financial conditions the Farmers Su y o u s e s e e s o o s e o e a ever. The manager has that same JoU smile no matter what happens. There is a reason for the. increase* business of the Farmers Supply Heus They make a practice of selling onl in orders of $5 or more. By this, an: by selling for cash only they save customers much of the ordinary Reading the President's Message Dewey Stanley Late Fay Kossln Our Ship Has Returned. .Henry Doyle How We Teased Ned Carl Elgaen and Leo Doyle I Wish Harold Home The Boy That Laughs... Henry Kaiser Our Flag On Every Schoolhouse Johnny Doyle Changing Color Segne Elgaen Song—The Golden Rule... .By School The Dead Doll ......... Mary Ryan A Piece Vernon Stanley A Speech Everett Home yard conflagration that caused scores of deaths and rendered over 500 peo ple homeless in the tenement districts, entailing an enormous loss of property will be shown In every detail. The Imp camera man took many hazardous chances to film this scene while work ing near falling walls and shifting flames which were driving back the brave men of the fire department. It Is a picture that will thrill you through iv 4, p' i 1 4 '-"A MAUREEN ENGLIN, The Girl From Australia, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at the Savey. and through. The other picture Is The Crisis. It represents the heart-rendering anguish of a husband whose wife's condition is critical See the man's dream take kllfe u n y theatre is certainly giving the crowds the best thows that can be secured. For tonight, Tuesday and Wednesday four pictures will be shown at the Savoy. and the final happi ness of the blessed couple—doubly blessed. In addition to the pictures, Maureen Englin will appear in The Girl From Australia, as comedienne and pianist. Meyers & Tomxel, the boys with the shaky feet, will give a dancing and singing act. These two acts are very highly recommended by former press notices. Good music will ha furnished by fine musicians from'tha east-?*#* Its all for 10 cents. fa COM of handling goods, and, as a resu 1 they are able to sell groceries and auj plies at practically wholesale. When The Forum man went through th e u i i n e y a e n e o e u n loading a carload of Ceres flour for which the Farmers Supply House i« exclusive agents in Fargo. The man ager stated that it was their usual custom to buy In carload lots, thus enabling them to, buy direct from the manufacturer and to cave the Jobbers' profit which the ordinary grocer must pay, because he buys only in small quantities. The Farmers Supply House is unusually well fitted to sup ply the needs of campers, as well as others who desire to buy food goods at low pricea. Have you heard about the Chesa peake Bay Naval Experiment? Shell ing of the San Marcos shown at the Bijou. Penn. Notes. Penn, N. D., June 10.—To The Fo rum: Segne Elgaen and brother Carl were Sunday visitors last Wednesday. Jo Ryan returned from the reserva tion last Wednesday. The following programme was given Friday evening, June 2, in the Dry Lake school, by the children of that school. The school waa packed with the parents of the children and many others: Song—Our Greeting By School What Can I D«£ Frank Taylor The Elf Child/.. Olive Home Wouldn't That-Be Best? Six Children wm WEEK At M. T. Rahilly'l Beginning Monday, June 12 every lady who makes a purchase of Corset will receive a beautiful etch- ln&i "The Debutante," size 12x18. No printing nor ad vertising upon it. -. vv ft- r^-riwfer^ vVv,\ To the woman who has ever worn a Corset, a reminder of the ar rival of the new models is sufficient information. This message Is, there fore, directed to the woman who has not as yet found a corset that quite satisfies her every ideal The worth of a corset to ita wearer cannot be determined by its coat. Tha woman, when fitted with a Justritjjl that is just right for her, finds hd* figure gently molded to the very lines she desires, and by a corset that la at the same time comfortable. Be Sare to Visit Oar Stare Daring Jetirlte Week M. T. RAHILLY Millinery, Corsotiere, Hosiery 616 Frost St. Fargo, N. IX Instrumental Zoa Noitimier Dialogue—At the Photographer's.... Higher Gradea Compensation Menthor Slversogt The Rappahannock .... Margie Horna At Night Time "... James Doyla Problem Edward Taylor Boys carl Elgaen Pantomime Margie and Charlotte Home and Segne Elgaen and Nella Lee A Rhyme of Three Skaters Mabel Kline Little Albert on Corporal Punishment Branson Stanley Wanted, A Minister's Wife.. .Nella Lee Motion Song Lower Grades A Secret Michael Doyle Back Where We Used to Be Charlotte Horns A Happy Accident Flora Ryan Our Verse Nella Lee and Dewey Ssanley The Wish of a Small Boy...Leo Doyla Home Measurements.-.Joseph Elgae® Little Sallie's Wish .... Pearl Stanley Song—Now Comes Vacation By School The Bird's Call Olga Siverson The Smart Irishman ... Herbert Ryan Pantomime Sylvia Stanley Farewell Song By School Good Night Song By School Cor. P. D. E. BAILS TO MEET H. G. Barnes will represent Fargo lodge No. 260, at the grand lodge ses sion of the Elks at Atlantic City tha week of July 9. Past Exalted Ruler Burns writes from Sheridan, Wyo„ where he has been looking after con tracts for Mr. Kennedy, that he will not be able to get away till August Mr. Barnes was the alternate delegate. When Mr. Barnes was elected a delegate some years ago he was unable to attend and his alternate went. flwn Tim IkN'tf'tiM-Stt, U.S. Directly os tks Ocsam «ai Foremost Bathing Beach, os Jtrny Coast, 75 minutes from Hip York, 5 miaetMt mlk fro* Asbury Park, ACCOMMODATE 3QO, Ereqr amusement and comfort Delightful social life. Dancing, Tennis, Bathing, Fishing, Boat ing, etc. Absolutely free from mosquitos. Write lor Illust rated booklet ,"• 5. 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