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Stylish, Durable, Comfort
able. New Shapes, new
Colors
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Holmes
J. F.
Watch our spring opening au
•ouncement for next week, Thursday
and Friday, March 21 and 22, 1912. It
will be of great interest to every wo
nun who appreciates viewing the
latest styles and newest materials for
spring. O. J. deLendrecie Co., Fargo.
DAKOTA BUSINESS COLLEGE
^•yeparos young people for fine clerical
IHJtitions, secures the first situation
(or them and assists them to advance
to credit men, auditors, secretaries and
managers. The "community of inter
est" always exists between these grad
uates, the school and the employers—
a liint to prospectives.
SEED CORN ADD.
For sale—Two thousand bushels
seed corn ninety day ilent varieties,
at living prices while It lasts. Write
me what you want and I will give
you full particulars and prices.
F. M. Rourko, Lisbon, N. D.
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Private Parties a Specialty
Cleanliness and Quality
Mvate Dining Rooms la
Connection
Young's Cafe
YOUNG
& YOUNG.
arenue.
Props,
PHONE 7S2
VImI Avc-N. Moorh^mH- Htn%
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ANTED to buy. Some
stock in the N. D. Inde­
pendent Telephone Co. the M.
Rumeley Co. and in the Mid
land Construction Co. If you
wish to dispose of your holdings
in above companies communi
cate with
COLLIS & KNI&flT
•14-535 deLendrecie H.uty:.
Phone
6»6
Fargo, N,
for
D.
umm
?.lor Bale at a snap. New artistic
."Veil built bungalow, built for a
jlome. Has seven rooms and bath,
'«ak finish downstairs, full base
jucnt and cistern lot 50x140, locat
S|d on Fourth street north between
Tf'ishth avenue nortb and
The Rfgfit Hat
for you the
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Co.
100-102 Broadway, Fargo, N. D.
HE lENDREClE'S
SPRING OPENING
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MULES MULES MULES
Emmet Mark -writes that he is
bringing a carload of choice mules
with the horses for his big sale Fri
day and Saturday and will be able to
supply the wants of all customers in
every way. This sale promises to be
a big one and all horsemen, farmers
and dealers should make it a point
to attend.
CANADA!
LU8E LAND & DEVELOPMENT CO.,
Limited, of Saint Paul, Minn.
The LARGEST land company today
operating in the United States or
Canada. Own their own private rail
way cars
OWN THEIR OWN LANDS
Will run their first excursion to
MELFORT, SASKATCHEWAN, Can
ada, April 16, and show their NEW
TRACT of 100.000 acres. No culls or
picked-over land. Will sell on
EASY PAYMENT8
six to eipht years time.
LU8E LAND & DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY, Limited.
Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Barnle Willits, District Manager,
Samt Paul, Minnesota.
Reference: American National Bank,
Saint Paul, Minn. Scandinavian
American Bank, Saint Paul, Minn.
Traders Bank of Canada, Winnipeg,
Manitoba.
WE DEVELOP (•Air1"'..'.?"
twenty-four hours after ordsr is plao
rd, doing the finest work posubi«. W«
are headquarters for Eaatsiart
Kodaks and Supplies.
The Snndberg Co.
79 Broadway Fargo, M.Ou
OpixMltc
Ninth
This would make an
Ǥoiue
ideal
someone and can
be
£lought at a very low price if taken
at once small payment down, bal
ance monthly payments if desired.
Small
Accounts Encouraged
Pne need not have a large account with this
bank in order to enjoy the privileges it confers.
Believing that encouragement tends (^. develop
the resources of the small depositor,
It is the policy of this bank to give appreciative at
tention to all who bring their business here, re
gardless of the size of their transactions*
Your account is invited.
U&. &.
OF fr*r?GO»Nwf*TH DAKOTA.
CAPITA L* 200,000.?? SURPLUS *200.000.
Will
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WILD OAT SEPARATOR.
It will take all the wild and tame
oats out of all kinds of wheat, rye and
barley not most of them, but all of
thom, and at the same time properly
.screen your grain. It is not compli
cated, has no delicate parts to get out
of order, and is as easy to run as a
fanning mill. We manufacture seven
sizes from one to twenty-four rid
dles, the medium sizes being most
popular. A descriptive catalogue will
be sent upon application.
JAMES HOLJBS,
General Sales Agent for North Dakota
and Minnesota. Fargo, N. Dak.
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Fargo
City
To be or not to be. Thafff the ques
tion that will be decided tonight at the
big mass meeting at the commercial
club regarding the erection of the pro
posed new Fargo auditorium for the
convention city of the state and the
northwest.
President Hardy and Secretary Stine
of the commercial club Hkve been
working overtime to get this project
well launched and are doing every
thing in their power to drum up a big
crowd tonight and get everybody in
line for immediate action on this
building that will provide a suitable
Place for the holding of all sorts of
conventions, from religious to political,
in this city and enable Fargo to be
come the one central and well ap
pointed meeting place of all gatherings
in the state and in this section of the
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ST FAlKM'l DA?
ST. PAUL DIVINE WILL DELIVER
A LECTURE ON THE SPIRIT OF
IRELAND AND THE IRISH, AT
THE ORPHEUM AS FEATURE
OF PROGRAMME.
Arrangements for the St Patrick's
day entertainment are now complete.
The entertainment will be given at
the Orpheum theatre on Monday even
inging commencing at 7:45.
The regular Orpheum programme
will be given in full and in addition
there will be songs by P. A. Rudd,
E. G. Kellet and Miss Marie McCor
mick. There will also be a lecture by
Rev. Charles F. McGuinnis, Ph. D.» of
St. Thomas college, St. Paul.
The subject of the lecture will be
The Spirit of Ireland and the Irish.
There will be only one performance
on Monday evening at the Orpheum
and that will begin at 7:45. No re
serve seats. First come first served
will be the rule.
The thirtieth annual series of the
Fargo Building association will be is
sued April 1. Orders for shares of
$50 payable 25 cents per month will
be received from now on. Each share
entitles the holder to a "loan of $50 on
improved Fargo property. H. I*
Lough, secretary, room 3, Lalng build
ing.
CM.. ADAMS VERY LOW
Prominent Official of
Rite Said to Bt
ically III.
the Scottish
Crit-
Word was received In Fargo this
morning that Col. Samuel E. Adams
of Minneapolis, the lieutenant grand
commander of the southern supreme
council of the Scottish Rite was in ex
tremely critical condition. The doc
tors have practically given up hope of
his recovery and say that while he
might live for a week he was liable to
pass away in a few hours. This will
be sad news to the many friends of
Colonel Adams in this state.
WITH PACKING CO.
Another Dakota Business college boy
was today sent to the office of the
John Morrell & Co. packing establish
ment. Business men appreciate the
service which this school 1b giving the
community. It is so much easier to
phone the school for office help than
to "try out" eight or ten people—D. B.
C. does the "trying out."
SPHiNG OPENING
March 21 and 22 will be the spring
opening days at deLendrecie'ff. The
latest styles and newest materials will
be shown in great variety. Make it a
point to be present.
W» welcome you to our city,
But don't go home until yon have
seen our stock of—
BLANK BOOKS,
PHOTO SUPPLIES,
STATIONERY and
OFFICE REQUISITES
Plenty of Shamrocks and Em
blems for St. Patrick'# Day,
Peterson & Goldsmith
70 BROADWAY.
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"THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILT REPTTBLICA^ FBmAT EVEIOTG, MARCH 15, 19*9.
Gel an
Auditorium? That's
Question for Tonight
Every Citizen of the Gty Who Is Interested in Seeing This
Have a Place to Hold a Convention Urged
to Be Out Tonight
northwest.
A committee composed of Col. Mor
ton Page, C. H. Anheler and W. W.
Smith, which was appointed by Presi
dent Hardy at a noon day meeting
following a luncheon last week, will
make a report this evening so it will
be urgent to have every business man
present this evening
so
that imme­
diate action may be taken.
The street car line has certainly
done its share of boosting for this
meeting as every car in the company
has carried a big poster of the meet
ing, notifying everyone of the time
and place of its holding.
"Everybody should be on hand,"
said Secretary Stine to a Forum rep
resentative today. "No one can df
ford to be absent as that will mean
neglect of duty."
BIG SFSiTE ON
HEBE 11
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WAR OF WORDS WILL BE HELD
AT FARGO COLLEGE CHAPEL
THIS EVENING BETWEEN DE
BATERS OF F. G. AND *T.
COLLEGE.
There are prospects for a large orowd
at the Fargo college chapel tonlgh"1
when the St. Glaf debating tea:
meets the Fargo college team on tli
central bank question.
The student body on the hill is very
enthusiastic over debating prospects
this year, and will be out in full
force to welcome the visitors and
cheer for the winners.
Sir. Horst, Fargo's leader, is a pow
erful speaker, having had considerable
experience in public speaking.
Mr. Aronson will follow Mr. Horst
for Fargo college. Aronson is also
a veteran in public argumentation and
will do muca to repute the arguments
of St. Olaf.
Mr. Pixler, the third speaker, is said
to be a valuable man having had ex
perience at Northwestern.
The Concordia student body is ex
pected to be present as at the debate
last year and root for their kindred
college.
While the debate Is In progress here
in the F. C. chapel, Miss Dart, Mr.
Sharp and Mr. Hildreth are to clash
with the Macalester team at Macul
ester.
Dean Brown, head of the public
speaking department has been work
ing hard with the team and the stu
dents are looking for a olose deci
sion this evening.
If you haven't enough ready cash
to build a home this year see the
Saving's St Loan. They will lend you
the balance. Office No. 11, Broadway.
WOHtUNG ON AQASS1Z
Annual of Agricultural College Prom
ises to Be One Best Ever
Published*. «.
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v
This committee in cha*g» !s
compiling the A. C. Agassiz for 1913
is very busy and through untiring ef
forts of the members one of the best
junior annuals that have ever been
published at the A. C. will be ready
for distribution about May 15.
The manuscripts have all been writ
ten up, nearly all departments finished
and most all the pictures have been
taken. They are now getting out-of
town adds for the advertising sec
tion and a canvass is being made of
the business places in the two cities.
The orders taken among the short
course students have been surprising,
as 60 per cent more have ordered the
annual this year than ever before in
a canvass.
The Agassis this year will undoubt
edly be a beautiful book, something
every A- C. student should have, as it
will serve as a memoranda of every
thing that has taken place during the
school year.
Money to Laan
goods
On Diamonds, Wat
ches.
Jewelry and
all
of value. Any amount. Special rates
•f Interest on sums from $15.00 and up.
Matt Slegel & Brother
24
Front Street. Faruo. N. Dak,
9-R00
I8LAND PARK—Clote to Fugo
College house new' fuHy mod
ern, furnace heat, Are place,
hardwood floors beautiful lot,
76x150 feet* east front. Bee us
about thia.
'Hodgson
Realty Co.
Phone 125. Opposite Postoffice.
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LUHNATPAiUEB
Minneapolis Orator Had Great Success
at Park River—Many Wore Out
to Hear Hinw'
Word -was received from Pat* ftortr
this morning at the Roosevelt head
quarters in this city of the success
of Ernest Lundeen of MSxme&polla
member of the Minnesota state legis
lature, who spoke at the Walsh county
city last night. There fcere 150 peo
ple in the audience and Mr. Lundeen
spoke for one hour and ten minutos
on the candidacy of Theodore Roose
velt for the republican presidential
nomination. From reports from Park
River this morning it is expected that
Roosevelt will carry that place nest
Tuesday.
Mr. Lundeen will speak at Lankln
today and tomorrow afternoon at
Mayville. He is in excellent fighting
trim and may speak in the state Mon
day if billed by the committeo At tfce
headquarters.
THIRTIETH ANNUAL SERIE8
FARGO BUILDING ASSOCIATION
Will be issued April 1. Orders for
shares of $50 payable 25 cents per
month will be received from now on.
Each share entitles the holder to a
loan of $50 on improved Fargo prop
erty. H. P. Lough, secretary, room 3,
Lalng' building.
TUMTilMN DAB
This Was the Theme of Interesting
Oration at the High School
This Morning.
Miss Hannah Thompson spoke at
the high school this morning on The
Present Condition of the Turkish
Italian War. Her description of the
North African war and the merits of
the contending armies proved very in
resting and showed careful thought
)id preparation.
She told of the efforts made by the
unger generation of Turks to 1m
i -ove their conditions, citing examples
revolts by schoolboys in an ft
mpt to gain a school similar to thes.
i the more modern west.
The speaker stated that the grejtt
'.-it strength of the Turkish army I
i s.
is
the fact that it was entirely fi
worn alcoholism. This is a result
i ieir religion for Mjhammed^.nii :,
i es not permit of the use of alcob !.
MOTION PICTURE
How They Are Made is 8ubject
pasture Edison Film at #»f|
,* '"/j Bijou Tomorrow.
t'-M
How few of us really know how i
i iotion picture films are made. V/c
njoy seeing them and wonder aon
rimes how it is done.
Tomorrow the Bijou will have
i'ourth reel, an Edison picture, sho1
lug the various departments of a
notion picture establishment showiug
Hie machinery, studio, development v
pictures, making duplicate reels and
tiie rapidity with which all the pro
cesses are accomplished.
A truly wonderful sight, and a fina
mat no one should mlsa M»«lng, Ai
\l Uie Bijou tomorrow*
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le N. P. Avenue
Our opening: sale of Men's, Youths*
and Boys' Clothing will begin at
9:00 a. m. tomorrow.
JNew Styles and
Itw Low
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Our new stock comprises all
correct things for
latest modes.
mens wear
Kuppaiifiwutdr Suits
Come in and get a souvenir and get acquainted with our stock.
It will pay you to know us when you want clothes.
S. & C. Clothing
N. P. Ave, Metro pole Block Cargo
Sophomore Suits
Arrow Brand Collars
Larapber Hats
Fiiwst Furnistiingf
EXTiA SPECSHt
We have a small part of our Fire Sale
stock left and wil! make unheard of
prices on every article. This is your
real chance to get correct clothing at
BIG REDUCTIONS.
KEEN TALKS
PCrffi UGHTNINB
PROF. E. 8. KEENE WILL SPEAK
AT THE Y. M. C. A. TOMORROW
EVENING ON THE SUBJECT OF
EFFICIENCY OF MODERN IL
LUMINATION.
The third number of the free lec
ture course will be given In the T. M.
C. A. auditorium Saturday evening,
March 16, at 8 p. m. To this lec
ture both ladles and gentlemen are in
vited. It is hoped that many will take
advantage of this opportunity to hear
this very interesting subject discussed.
Professor#Keene is thoroughly con
versant with his subject and the "Y"
is to be congratulated on having him
for this talk. Some of the points to
be covered are as follows.
A discussion of the various methc
of household lighting together with n
detailed description of the mechanic
employed In the various lamps.
It is proposed to review the diff«
ent forms of illumination in use tod
and to describe in detail the lamps i'
ing gasolene, acetylene, alcohol, kero
sene and electricity la household light*
ing.
This is to be neither a popular nor a
scientific lecture but a plain statement
of facts such as would be used in ex
plaining the philosophy of light mak
ing machines in every-day use. Somo
demonstrations will be made to illus
trate the different forms of lamps.
TWO MORE.
Aaker'a Business college received
two more requests for offioe help this
morning. One was for a stenograph or
in a bank in the western part of
state and the other for a bookkeeper
in a general store. By taking a course
tt the A. B. C. you get in touch
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THE Bib SALE NOW ON
Mkrk Horse Sale Attracting Farmers
and Horsemen From AH
Over Northwest.
A large crowd of fa&ftgrg, horjfe*
men and dealers are in attendance at
the big horse sale being held today
at the sale yards of the Mark Western
Horse Co. here, and all are ethusiastto
over the quality and quantity otv the
line animals on sale.
The sale will continue tomorrow ani
the auction feature in connection la
proving popular and attractive to buy
ers and sellers alike.
If you haven't already taken In this
sale do not fall to do so Saturday.
For sale cheap—Wall cases, large
mirrors, other furniture suitable for
any business. Plaza newstand. Sea
P. H. Cummlngs.
WEDDING STATIONERY
VS •. make a of and
Vddiua Stationery.V isiting Cards.etc.
us show you Maniple*. For a phort
i! e wn will prim 100 cards from your
i. te at 6Sc.
HE SDNDBER6 CO.
$100.00
Cash and balance monthly with
no Interest buys a good 5-room
cottage on North Side small
barn on lot. Rents for $12 a mo.
Pric%
only,...
the
.,$1260 I
W.J.
with
desirable positions throughout
the
state. Spring term opens March
25.
On safe lor a. few day* EJvery acceptable pattern and, «U aises. This
invoice will remain here but a short time. We ask your Inspection.
Competent Rug Man In charge to assist you In making selections.
LANE
PHONE 807.
Over First National Bank.
Large Consignment ,ol
$5.00 Rugs
IN WINDOW
HLeUKNUilUtE £JI»
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