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SHOE
A shoe for wear anywhere.
Made in newest styles of the
latest leathers. Prices
$3, $3.50, $4
J.F.Hoiroes&Co.
This Store is the Home of Hart
Schalfner & Marx Clothes.
109-102 Broadway Fargo
WE DEVELOP fJllrlS
l*n:t .-finr h« '.ir after order is plac
ed, doing ho tihps*, work possible. Wo
are liendinjnrters for Eastman's
Kodak* and Supplier,
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n a v i Mr go. !*. 1,
NEW YORK BAKERY
Specialties: 1^*1 1
Bread, White Vienna Bread. Hot Rc
and all kinds of Cakes and Pies,
l^mpert & H, Shapiro Co., 112
teenth street south, Fargo. Opc
April 9.
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V ohou iHie-ii
To fill the demand of Automobile
and Gas Traction Engineers.
"Now Is tho Tim« to Aot.w
Write for FREE information.
Fargo School of Automobile
and Gas Engineering
1225
Front Street., Fargo,
N. D.
The Best in Wedding
Invitations and
Announcements
Complete Set of New Type
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Ave. N. 791
ieauiitui Concrete bungalow
1'"' shIc at n sis a p. N( i h-tin
well built bungalow, built
for a
home. Has seven rooms and
bath,
oak finish downstairs,
full
base­
ment and cistern lot 50x140, locat
ed on Fourth street north between
Kighth avenue north and Niuth
avenue. This would make
an
ideal
borne for Botnoone and can
be
bought at a very low price if taken
at once small payment down, bal
ance monthly payments
cf
if
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desired.
See Me at Once
YfU« can rely on
the name
HANAN
as a sign of men's qual
ity footwear. r^-jg^
PHcm fS.M, $5.5#, $6.00
Modern House
The North
Dakotan Abroad
in this or other countries is likely to have liL
identity questioned when he wants to cash a
draft or personal check.
But if he carries with him a book of A. B. A#
Trawlm' Cheqves, obtainable at THIS-BANK the
matter of identification becomes simple
Fortify your trip against embarrassments'''ancf'vexa
tions of this kind by purchasing before you go a
book of these cheques in assorted denominations
**The PERFECT International Exchange."
OP-meSO.NORTH DAKOTA.
CAPITAL*200,000.®? SURPLUS
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New 6-room Bungalow on fine
east front, northside lot. Pull
basement, cistern, furnace, gas,
lights, bath, hardwood floors.
Fine piazza. A very neat resi
dence. Can maki
on,r..Prt.Ce....$3400
Lot us 8how You this Today.
Hodgson Realty
Company
PHONE 125.
Houses to Rent. Money to Loan.
For Sale!
540 acres iu Cass Count}, 10 ^cres f.-.
meadow, balance under cultivation
buildings, railroad station, school,
hurch, general store and village right
on the farm. Farm includes all unsold
lots in village. Price $40.00 an acre,
1-3 cash, balance at 6% per cent. No
trades.
154 acres, three miles from Fargo in
timothy, no buildings. Price $55.00 an
acre.
Brick building on Northern Pacific ave.
Two stories and basement, steam heat,
rented for $1500 a year. A good pro
position at $11,000.
Five-room house on Fifth Ave. No.,
close tt car line. Lot 50x140. Price
$1100, $100 cash, balance $15.00 per
month, interest 7 per cent. "It's better
to own a modest house than pay rent
for a larger one."
Nice lot on Seventh Ave. So., 50x125,
facing south, close to new school build
ing. Price $450, $200 cash, balance $20
per month, interest 7 per cent.
Good small flat building, Ave families,
Bolid brick, two stories and basement,
baths, gas and electricity, steam heat.
Renting for $117.50 per month. Price
$8,000.
Fine business or flat site on Second
Ave. and Fifth St. No., 100x140, track
age, steam main to corner of property,
both streets paved. Six houses on the
property that can be moved. Renting
for $140 per month. Price $16,500.
Moorhead—Five room house, shed,
porch, trees, tile walks, east front lot
60x150. Price $1150. Terms.
For anything In Fargo Real Estate
dwellings, lots, stores for sale or rent,
loajis and fire or tornado insurance no
W. J. LANE
Offices Over First National Bank.
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PARB8N ANMill EI
I. 8. SMITH CIRCULATING PETI
TIONS HERE TODAY TO STATE
PARDON BOARD, A8KING THAT
PAROLE OF MURDERER BE RE
CONSIDERED.
I. S. Smith of Buffalo is in the city
today circulating petitions, asking the
board of pardons to reconsider the ac
tion regarding tile pardoning of Joe
Remington.
It will be remembered that at a meet
ing of the pardon board held some
months since, the board took action
commuting Remington's sentence, with
which good behavior would free the
man in the near future.
Remington was sentenced for a cold
blooded brutal murder, one of the worst
in the history
of
of
the state. At the time
his trial there were many who be
lieved he should have been hanged. The.
work of the board in pardoning him
was criticised by almost every paper in
the state.
Mr. Smith will leave copies of the
petitions at various banks, hotels, the
commercial club and other public
places where those who desire to sign
them may do so.
JOHNNY BUNNY WANTS
stenographers are needed by Johnny
I'unny at the Bijou tonighL Male or
smale, will have a lot of fun by be
ug there.
Genuine Navajos.
W. H. Stewart is displaying at his
arness store on Broadway, a new
llpment of genuine Navajo saddle
ankets and rugs, which are attract
ng a great deal of attention. These
avajos just came direct from New
Mexico where they were made by the
avajo Indians, and are worth look
over. They make elegant couch
lgs or rugs for use in the homes, as
ell as being the best kind of a sad
He blanket and the prices will be
»und very reasonable.
A Chicago man wants a divorce be
luse his wife refuses to cook. What
ridiculous plea!
8UNDBERG'
72 Broadway
ileadiinarters for
Wedding. Commencemeal
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Society Stationery
al~o
Eaaaoemwnt and Weddina
WHY?
The leading business interests of
this state are employing Dakota Bus
iness college graduates in ever in
creasing numbers. Why do they give
these people the preference when
scores of young people are after such
openings? Better service—that's all.
D. B. C. training prepares for business
life.
FARGO CABINET CO.
Furniture repairing, rebuilding and
reflnishing. Picture framing, upholster
ing. Cabinets and filing cases made
to order.
We Call for Your Work.
PHONE 715-L. 625 N. P. AVE.
Dakota Welding and Mff. Co.
Weld Aluminum near and crank cases.
manifold*, housings,
Cast Iron,
I $45.00
crackod
or broVen cylinders, water jackets,
Steel
frames, broken parts of automobiles or
other machinery,
ocacked
tipped fines.
boilers and ro-
^pi rift a st. No* rARGo
Farm Snaps
Good quarter section of land, 9ft
miles from Fargo and near Har
wood, N. D. fair buildings, good
well and fine grove around
buildings 152 acres seeded In
winter rye. For a short time
only I can sell this fine quarter
with full crop of rye for,
Par
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If you want a bargain see me at
once.
Fred J. Krofjii
Office, 720 Front Street.
FARGO, N. D.
The Walker Hospital
Sanatoria
is a private institutiun, located
at Walker, Minnesota, for the
treatment and care of incipient
tubercular cases. Beautifully
located near Leech Lake and
Minnesota State Tubercular San
atorium. Out-side sleeping for
summer and winter.
Write—
Dr. F. Wilcox Walker, Minn.
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Open Isy wad Mgfet
I'v". Ctuvp Soey fecfrvsifl Hoetro
jf New eat
UBder Hotel
«1S N. P. Ave.
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.THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN", WEDNESDAY EVENING, !APRIE 3, 1912.
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SPECIAL SECTION OP CHICAGO
RECORD-HERALD PREPARED BY
H. J. KENNER—H. E. AGNE8S,
FORUM MAN, DREW THE DE
SIGN
Ffcifgo' and ISfortli'"Dakota in general
received some very valuable advertis
ing from the 12-page section published
.last Sunday by various commercial
clubs over the state in The Chicago
Record-Herald. This edition was pre
pared solely by H. J.' Kenner, formerly
of The Forum who worked throughout
the Btate several weeks securing data
and write-ups of the various towns
represented.
The page for Fargo wag published
in a special design produced by H. E.
Agness, at present employed by The
FoTum,
which was a very beautiful
piece of work and of decided yalue to
the city, as the commercial club has
already received a number of in
quiries from it. The large circulation
of
The Record-Herald through the
middle states makes it a practical
certainty that this edition will per
form valuable work for several weeks
to come, and the people of North Da
kota are to be congratulated on hav
ing enterprisng commercial clubs
willing to buy publicity of this kind
for the mutual advancement" of all
citizens of our commonwealth.
Mr. Kenner, who prepared the work
is well known to the business men of
Fargo, and he has demonstrated by
his efforts, on this edition, that he
can be relied upon to deliver the goods
on any proposition which he presents
to the people. All credit Is due him
for his work, and by his efforts the
northwest section of The Record-Her
ald was superior to any that they had
published heretofore.
It is the intention of. The Record
Herald to publish these editions to
various parts of the country, and it
was fortunate that North Dakota was
able to get in with their section just
at the time that immigration Is start
ing toward the northwest.
COMMITTEE MDS
1UH ELKS MttlLNG
CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES FOR
ELKS' STATE CONVENTION TO
BE HELD IN FARGO IN JUNE
HAVE BEEN APPOINTED
OTHERS WILL BE NAMED.
The local executive committee in
charge of the annual convention of
the North Dakota Elks' association,
which will be held in Fargo on Tues
day and Wednesday, June 18 and 19,
has appointed the chairmen of the
convention committees. These ap
pointments were made last night at a
meeting of the executive committee
held at the Elks' club.
Only the various chairmen have
been appointed and they will assist
at an early date with the appointment
of the other members of the com
mittees. A meeting will be held at
the Elks' club Friday night at which
all the chairmen are requested to be
present to fully lay plans for the com
ing convention.
Following are the heads of the
committees appointed last night:
Reception—E. J. Weiser, W. J.
Price and R. S. Lewis.
Publicity—Charles Brewer.
Street Decorations—Otto Wellan.
Decorations—H. P. Bcokwith.
Programme—James Grady.
Parade—Hud Ashelman.
Automobile—Hector Barnes.
Special Reception—C. P. Brown.
Field Day—Addison Leech and Sam
F. Crabbe.
Music—Fred A. IriBh.
Street Carnival—Art Snell.
Advertising—Frank J. McKolna
Special Entertainment—W. 'J. Price.
LET CONTRACTS
BUSY DAY FOR THE COUNTY
DADS—PRINTING CONTRACT TO
KNIGHT-vJARDINE & ANDER­
SON GET CONTRACT FOR
BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION.
These are busy days for the county
commissioners. Since the first of the
month they have been in session at
the courthouse and a number oly con
tacts have been let.
The printing contract waa let to the
knight Printing Co.
The contract for building the bridge
across the big slough was let to Jar-
Jne & Andersen.
Howland & Goodrich were awarded
i he contract for supplying the gro
ceries for the county hospital.
C. F. Eggert secured the contract
for supplying the meat for the county
Hospital.
The North Dakota Culvert Co. was
awarded the contract for supplying
new culverts that, will be instated this
ear.
A UillD IS DEAD
Little Daugtrter of Mr. aild Mr«. T. M.
Walker of Flora, N. D., Died at
Local Hospital.
Belestine Walker, the! little 6-year
o!«5
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
Walker of Flora, N. D., passed away
'his morning in one of the local hos
pitals. Death was caused by peritonitis
with which malady the little one had
been suffering for some time.
The remains were prepared for bur
ial by Undertaker Dougherty and will
be shipped to Flora tomosrow morning
for interment. The many friends of
the bereaved parents both in Fargo and
in their home will learn with deep re
gret the sad lntelllgenc*-Of the Child's
untimely death.
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111S IS HOLY WEEK
IMPRE88IVE 8ERVICES HELD AT
TWO CITY CATHEDRALS AND
IN LUTHERAN CHURCHE8 THIS
WEEK CONFIRMATION AT
GETH9.EMANE CATHEDRAE.
The liturgical churches of Fargo
are observing holy week this year
with solemn and impressive services.
Every day special services have been
held at both the Episcopal and Roman
Catholic cathedrals and tomorrow,
Maundy Thursday, will be a special
day that will be observed at St. Mary's
and Gethsemane and the Lutheran
churches.
At Gethsemane cathedral holy com
munion will be at 7:30 o'clock tomor
row morning, with litany and the ad
dress and holy communion at 10
o'clock, followed by evening prayer
and address at 4:30 o'clock in the
afternoon. Dean Dowllng will pre
sent a class of candidates to the
bishop for confirmation at the evening
service tomorrow evening at 7:30
o'clock.
On Good Friday there will be spec
ial services all day, beginning at 10
o clock In the morning with morning
prayer and address and a three hour
service beginning exactly at noon and
lasting until 3 in the afternoon. A
children's service will be held at 4:30
o'clock and the evening prayer and
preparation service will be held at
7:30 o'clock. On Easter there will be
three services beginning with holy
communion at the early service In the
morning, and closing with holy bap
tism at 4: So in the afternoon.
On Maundy Thursday and Good
Friday evenings a* St. Mary's cathe
dral the tenebrae will be sung. This
is one of the most impressive of serv
ices, as it is a sacred ceremony which
is concluded in absolute darkness.
All of the candles are extinguished at
some time during the service with
the exception of one that is hid be
hind the alter, typifying the crucifixion
«nd the work of Christ for the sake
of humanity.
Tomorrow morning the sacrament
of the Holy Eucharist will be observ
ed, but on Good Friday this service
will be omitted as Good Friday is the
only day of the year on which there
is no observance of this beautiful
service. The Easter services at St.
Mary's, like those at Gethsemane and
St. Mark's, will be very elaborate and
much preparation is being made for
them.
"There will be special Easter morning
service at the First Congregational
church at which Rev. Dr. Beard will
preach. It is expected his morning
sermon will be largely attend®#.'
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DR. J. E. COUCHE OF TWISP, WA8H.
IS HOLDING CONFERENCES
WITH DIRECTOR8 OF ALDER
MINING CO., IN THI8 CITY—MAY
IN8TALL ELECTRIC 8MELTER.
Dr. J. E. Couche of Twisp, Wash.,
is in the city on his way home from
a trip to England and is holding a
conference with some of the directors
of the Alder Mining Co., who reside in
Fargo. Dr., Couche, who is stopping at
the Gardner hotel while here, Is him
self one of the larger stockholders in
the Alder Mining Co., and vitally in
terested in the outlook of the com
pany's properties In Washington, which
Is very bright.
The doctor's recent trip to England
was made largely for the purpose of
Investigating an electric smelting pro
cess upon which he is now reporting
to the local directors of the concern.
It is probable that such a plant may
be installed on the company's proper
ties in Washington.
With him is Mr. Knight, one of the
hiost noted assayers and metalurgists
in the British realm, who will accom
pany Dr. Couche back
to
April 8—Margaret Anglin.
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Probably the most fashionable audi
ence of the season will be in attend
ance at the Fargo operaliouse tonight,
when Get Rich Quick Wallingford will
be presented here for the first time.
This play from the pen of Geo. E. Co
han has had New York tend Chicago
laughing for two seasons, and the en
tire company and production which re
cently closed a record-breaking en
gagement of a solid year in the latter
city, is the one that will soon be here.
That it appeals to the west just
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Twisp
to
spend the summer with him in the
Methow valley.
At a meeting of the Fargo directors
of the concern last night, Dr. Couche
was more than optimistic about the
outlook of the company's holdings and
feeis that such an investment as is
contemplated will prove profitable.
Further details of the plan will be per
fected at other meetings that will be
held before his depature for the west.
The Theatres
Fargo Oporahouae.
April-3—Get Rich Quick Walllng
ford.
April 6—Mutt and Jeff.
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as
strongly as It did to the east is shown
by a few lines quoted from the review
of The San Francisco Chronicle: in
nany respects Wallingford is the
greatest of American comedies,
and
the audience revelled in a storm wave
of merriment. Our native stage ta
not yet seen anything quite so swift,
for while It moves at the speed of
high-power farce, it still remains le
gitimate comedy. No production of
fered In years has created as much
favorable comment as has this Cohfui
womedy.
WITH RUMLEY CO.
Through the courtesy of the L. C.
Smith Typewriter Co., Aaker's Busi
ness college sent two stenographers to
the Rumley Products Co. yesterday
afternoon. School received eleven re
quests for office help the first two
days of this week, which shows the
demand for A. B. C. trained students.
They must be growing in favor with
business men.
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Women
Hoosier Caliliiet Club I
After you study the above
picture you will wonder that
women are anxious to join the
Hoosier Club, when by so do
ing they have a Hoosier
Cabinet delivered to their
homes on payment of only
$1.00.
Think of the hundreds ot
needless steps every wom
an you know could save by
having her table, pantry,
and cupboard, with all her
tools and supplies centered
in one spot.
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Your energy Instead of
being wasted is saved, and
the time spent In your
kitchen—the least pleasant
part of your work—is re
duced by one-half, the
moment this famous Hoos
ier Cabinet comes into
your home.
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Father, Not 8on, to Manage Ice Com
pany.
John Lofthouse, alderman, from the
Seventh ward, will become the man
ager of the Fargo-Detroit Ice Co., in
stead of his son, Tom Lofthouse, who
was reported to take that position
through an error made in an account of
the recent business chajige in The For
um of yesterday. Mr. Lofthouse has
long "been Indentified with the business
and his succession to the management
is a most befitting one. His son, Tom,
recently resigned from the mail car
rier's service in the postoffice depart
ment to enter the business with his
father and Mr. West.
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Only 10 more
The Hoosier Company Women Can
For-Collegian Sells
giving: you the choice of a beautiful range
of patterns. These are the clothes you hear
much about.
If You Ever Wear "Collegian" Clothes,
no other kind will satisfy you. They are'
perfect in every detail. We show here twd
of the most popular styles in two-and-three*
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Can Join mil"
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BERGSTROM & CROWE
JOHN LOFTHOUSE MANAGER.
clu'5
•ends its 3,000 agents a Join. great benefit from the lib
limited number of Hoosier
Cabinets each year to be sold
under direct supervision of the
factory on the famous Hoosier
Club Plan.
3j,000 furniture merchants who believe in many sales at small profits
display this license sign. They ars good men to know.
is its AofNT»r
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button sack suits. The tailoring is equal t|
any of the higher grade of made-to-measure
garments, and every suit is absolutely guar
anteed to fit before leaving our store. We
want you to see these suits—not necessary
to make a purchase—just satisfy yourself oI
the merits of
Collegian' Clothe*
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This year most cities received
only 10 cabinets. Our urgent re
quest secured us 15 of these cabi
nets for the ladies of Fargo.
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Only 15 women, there
fore, can join the dub and
have a Hoosier Cabinet
delivered immediately on
payment of $1.00 balance
in a few weekly payments
of $1.00. Five already
have enrolled.
The Club Plan differs
radically from the install
ment plan which often is.
linked with high prices a^d
unknown goods. The low
price of the Hoosier Cabi
net is fixed everywhere
by factory. No Hoosier
agent can sell for leas
or more on any terms.
members get a
eral club terms. The club
probably will be filled very
quickly. Those who want
Hoosier Cabinets should enroll
their names at ones.
Furniture Co.
Fargo, n. Oak.
50 STMGS WANTED
At the Bijou tonight to see Johnny
Bunny take care of the typewriter*
who want to work for him.
WITH THE GRAN DINS. A
J. L. Grandin, jr., recently
Dakota Business college for another
accountant for the North Dakota
Grandin interests. E. F. Brandt was
recommended and will go to the post*
tion in the near future. The big In
terests of this state are employing
these D. B. C. boys on account of their
exceptional proficiency.
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