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s SW- i The APPLES! 4' Witha^No-Plece^CurfalnStretcher ycru can*successfully launder lace curtains at home—pcotect them from the wear and tear of tbe4aimdry's rough handling—save the money you pay out in laun dry bills. But not at the expense of hard, back-breaking work— the **No- Piece" Curtain Stretcher abolishes drudgery. ttNo-PlcceM Cur tain Stretcher stands upright—it is fitted with an easel back* Adjustable pins, which slide in a groove, hold any size scallop firmly and evenly It takes but a few minutes to stretcjh a curtain—and four curtains of the same size may be dried at one time. Easily and Bee winder* Display of Offlo* Furnitura, FASGO BOY IS HONORED Chat. J. Plnnty, Graduate of Fargo High and Fargo Collage, le Making Good. Charles J. Plnney, Jr.. a graduate of Fargo college has accepted pro motion to the ofllce of head of the bureau of bridges and public buildings of Milwaukee, Wis., under the depart ment of putoile works. Mr. Pinney has been head of the structural engi tn»ering department at Marmette uni versity where he has resigned in order to accept this responsible position. His bureau has 193 mon on its pay roll. whose aggregate monthly salary 1« 10.730. Charles Pinney will be remembered as a scholarship graduate of Fargo high. '01. a graduate of Fargo college, '95, and quartecback on the college football team. Mr. Vowles of Fargo college was one of his old friends, and received an in teresting letter recently, giving his beet regards to all his Fargo friends. THE LYRIC THEATRE—5c "Picture show changes daily. Special music with each picture. Matinee daily. WE DEVELOP *v ft? I N a n FINISH Your FI?m«S t'romptljr and *o*t patiifmo- 3T 12Ilia torily. V\ are headquarter* KODAKS and SUrPLlES. TH1 SUNDBERG CO. •"2 Broadway FARGO &!»«» 1 On DUHnoods, Wet mtnty to LMS **•«. JevMry and all oJm of value. Any amount. Srtclal rates of Interest on bhbis from $15.00 and up. MattSlegal St Brother 24 Front Street. Barso, N. Dak. FAROS BUILDING ASSN. Will help you bull* home. Amount, advanced payable In monthly Install ment*. Call on H. P. Lough, secretary, L.ainc Bldg, Fargo. mm\ Just received, carload of choice ap ples different varieties $1.25 per box. 35 cents per peck. Jake Smith, Lyric theatre), Front street. likiti Wddiag aid Mfg. Ct. ci Aiouiinmn gear and rrank rages. BBnifold?, hcBoin*!, tnat I ram. rracked or Lrcten cj'ii.ccrs, wat*r jackcta, Sleel trairi«», broken parts aatotmsbilea or etlr mMkuMnr, cracked boilers aud re lipped flaw aoi rtfUi SL No. rARGO V .r V* AND HATTER8. Phone 1687. 712-Front Street, Fargo. Otit-oi-Tcrvrn Orders Soli cited. CAPITAL 2QO.OOO ft? Ur v. '$ It's No Trouble Now to 'Dry Lace Curfaks FURNITURE COMPANY Established 1878 1M4 Braaimiy. Farfo, Nortfc Bakota. WILL IMPROVE .E. CHURCH BOARD MET LAST EVENING AND DECIDED ON IMPROVEMENT OF EDIFICE ON ACCOUNT OF THE MANY NEW MERBER8 COMING- ItlTO FOLD. On account of many new members that have already entered the First Methodist church and the large num ber expecting to join soon, the church board decided to make numerous im provements and additions to the edi fice in order to accommodate the in creased membership. An important -meeting of the board was held last evening in the church parlors and was largely attended by the members of the board. It was an nounced that 120 new members were added to the church roll last Sunday and that as many more were expect ed to join in the near future so that accommodations for the whole con gregation would be necessary. Mr. and Mrs. William H. White have offered to subscribe the sum of $5, 000 toward a fund to be used for church improvement provided the church membership can settle upon some definite plan for such church improvement which will be satisfac tory to the church In general. A committee of trustees was ap pointed and will get together in the near future to devise some plan for the suggested improvement. A report of the trustees will be submitted to the church board at Its next regu lar -meeting. All ABOARD FOR .• CiUMT RiVtB VALLEY (J Many New Industries vhich will begin and flourish In Fargo durtngr the next toft years win call not only for skilled industrial workers, But for young men wfeo have acquired business stamin* told credit standing, as well as actual capital. A connection cultivated with the First National B&n|t jrftf he*p to develop young men with the purpose to sue* OF,.fARGO. TME OLDILST BANK W NORTH DAKOTA 200,000.^ THE PABGO TOEUM quickly regulated for large or small curtains. The "No-Piece" Curtain Stretcher is neatly and strongly made of select bass wood. The puis are brass, heavily nickel plated—guaranteed u t proof. rA3STD When not in use the **No i e e u a i n Stretcher folds into a small, compact bundle. There are no ungainly lengths to store away, as is the old fashioned stretcher. Order one now, or come in and see how this wonderful stretcher will abolish the labor of your hardest household task. Order Porch Furniture for Tour Summer Cottage. MANY PETITIONS FIUO Candidates for Different County Otfioee Filing Their Petitions—Soma H«ya No Opposition Yet. Many pettilons have been filed with County Auditor Addison Leech of late. Ten candidates have filed. Mr. Leech, is a candidate for re-election to the office of county auditor. He has no opposition up to the present time. For sheriff of Cass county two can didates are after the place. They are, Deptity Sheriff John C. Ross and W. L. Fflath. A. W. Fowler is after re-elec tion to the office of state's attorney. J. W. Riley, present holder of the of fice of county superintendent of schools has filed his petition for the same of fice. Henry Heath of Gardner has filed his petition for county commisioner for the Third district and G. W. Kelly for the Fifth district. H. F. Miller has filed for justice of th© peace, George E. BowerB for comity constable and B. F. Wasem for coroner. The last three named are all from the gate city. We Buy 8orap Iron. Carload lots a specialty. Correspond ence given prompt attention. Bfergo Iron St Metal Co.. Fargo, N. D. No Advertisements. The Sangerfest Committee: We will have no programme advertise ments in our official programme. We have not authorized any person to sol icit local business men for advertise ments and no advertising programme will be circulated In the tabernacle during the sessions. The programme used will be in the nature of a souvenir of Fargo and It Is furnished by the commercial club. Any person asking fior business for an alleged official programme does so without authority and should be viewed with suspicion. WITH BIG INS. CO. The manager of a big insurance company phoned for an office woman and Dakota Business college girl was sent to the position. D. B. C. Is train ing high-grade help. It took time to convince the public but the best busi ness houses are now hiring EX. B. graduates. GIFTS Join Luse Land Special excursion to Canada, leaving Fargo for G-lyn don at 10:30 p. m., tomorrow even ing. Only $15 round trip and $1.50 per, day far board and berth. Over the last aS long aS friendship some route as before, with three-hour stop at Winnipeg. Write or call on Wm. Rohan. Stern block, Fargo. Make reaervatlons at once. A. L. Moody's Silk Sale. Now is the time to buy your silks for the summer season. Just think of buying 85c, $1 and $1.25 fancy silks at only 40c yard. Shop early Wednesday and get your share of these great values. That Art Sensible Not gifts of a day's de light, but gifts for a life time. Gifts that keep the memory of the giver al ways betore one. Gifts that those are the sensible gifts. Watches We have tvfo Ikflndred to show you some reliable an very pretty ones as low as $10: Dainty long chains to go with them as low as$2.00, yet No better graduating gifts. Riigs v'-'i in Diamonds, 0|alsf Pearls etc.—from $2.85 to $16 anc. up. These are much apprec iated gifts and last for years as a remimder of the givefe Wedding Rings We have them, the best the goWbrnhh- mmket—44 and 31 karat, TKe Siidterf Co LEADING JEWELERS «k vs as Skito 72 Brdtdva)r, u :x*i" raffgo, IV. Djowm th« seat ,rj /-j". Manhattan Shirts HIBIT AT THE SALESROOM ON N. P. AVENUE. Wfien a man wants to mention just about the smallest thing in the world, he says it's as big as a mosquito's whisker. In the Chalmers parts exhibit which is now being shown in the salesroom of the Gate City Auto Co., 324 N. P. ave nue, are some Instruments which can measure things smaller than a mos quito's whisker. And, what's more, they do measure finer than a mosqui to's whisker in the building of Chal mers cars. The factory expert who Is with the exhibit shows how It's done. There are some transmission gears, for Instance, which are ground so fine as to make a mosquito's whisker look as big as a saw log. After being cut on wonderful automatic machines, which, by the way, are shown in pictures, these gears are heat treated, hardened and ground to an accuracy of one-half of one one-thousandth of an inch. For your own information, try -to work it out with your desk ruler. The Inch is probably divided as fine as one sixteenth. Now divide that little space 125 times—and that's how finely Chal mers gears are ground. Where's the mosquito's whiskers now? Some of the gauges used in testing automobile parts are made In Europe some are made in this country. But wherever they are made, their manu facture is almost entitled to be called an art. Making these wonderful meas uring devices is a business which has gone through generations from father to Bon. In Europe there are some towns whose enttre male population makes these microscopically fine gauges. These are the measurements which go Into a well-bullt motor ear and give It qpuietness, smoothness of operation and long life. No watch could be mor* accurately built than a high grade motor car and one appreciates that fact fully after giving a littla study to th® Chalmer? exhibit Over 100 of the '"working parts ,of a car compos# th* display, and the fac tory man shows how each part is built and tested. Particularly interesting is the system of weighing one part against Its mate to get a perfect bal ance to the moving parts of the motor. This is oertalnly the moat Instruc tive automoblte exhibit which has ever been shown her© and is worthy the careful attention of everyone who owns a car or ever expects to own one. In addition to the purely manufac turing features of £h« exhibit, there le a motor fuUy etjvrtuped and operated by a ChaJmtsrs aelf-storter, This is ot pa*tlouit«.r interest to motorists, be cause this hi the starter which really made lt12 a self-starter year. In the present exhibit one 1b given a chance »e« Just how Chalmers cars start •VU1 lu n A. +/-U\. .^vy^-Tlv' DAILY REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY SI, 1912. Finest Madras and Percale light patterns, coat style, cuffs attached. Priced A Affek at *3.00, f&SO and Straw Hats Low crowns and wide brims. Light, airy and comfortable for those ooming sizzling summer days. Prloed at front sg ifljffe 98,00 down to f® Imported English Caps Not found elsewhere, all new, this s^asN0i,% styles. For balance of week, |qj f* 91.00 value CP CPU JL50 value, for 616 Front St. MEASURES OF A HiSplTO INSTRUMENT OF ASTONISHING ACCURACY SHOWN IN THE DIS PLAY OF CHALMER8 PARTS EX MaMEM Life Is Short, 'lime Is SYSTEM CLOTHES SPECIAL $25 and $27.50 this season's System Suits taken from regular stock, sizes 35, 36 and 37 only, will be placed on sale for balance of week at special.» .... 90* EXTRA -I S "9* 1HE EYE IS THE ffiAT EDUCAT8R READING ABOUT THEM—GET A FORUM ILLUSTRATED BIBLE. Children should not b* required to learn through the ears at an age when they ou«ht to be learning only through the eyes. The eyes aro the greatest means of education. No animal except man has any other education except that which Is gained through the eyes. The Forum & Republican is pre senting to its readers an "eye-teach ing" Bible which contains more than 600 pictures applying directly to the verses which they accompany. Heretofore, the word "illustrated," as applied to a Bible, meant merely a few allegorical "pictures" of Biblical events taken from any source and "conveni ently" placed in any part of the book, merely as embellishment inserts, but not directly alongside and explanatory of the verse intended to typify or make plain, but our publishers, at an outlay of 150,000 prepared accurate Il lustrations descriptive of the reading matter which they accompany, and placed directly next to the scene de scribed—the only place it can be look ed for or found quickly, the only place the illustration Is a help to you—• making this the only really illustrated Bible. In addition to these eye-teaching text pictures there are also numerous full page color plates from tfce world famed Tissot collection and these are properly placed in the chapter or sec tion which they so magnificently il lustrate, showing also the particular verse portrayed. You will enjoy this Bible, whether you belong to church or not, for its "eye teaching" pictures make it of rare educational value to all, both young and old. Call at this office and examine these Bibles. Compare them with any you have ever seen before. But be sure to have six certificates with you. for you will want one of these illustrated Bible*. Both Protestant and CaibcU to select from. Forum Want Ads Get Quick Results, e 2vVis -. Mortgages Ot /o We hay« fear sale three $1,500 mort gages—one $1,100 mortgage and one $v00 mortgage, each bearing 7 per sent net. First mortgages on Gilt Edge Iftrgo property as security. s*mi~*nnuai interest. Farms for Sals. frieney to Fire Insurance. Hodgsoa Realty Co. -.cn-s 125 Op p. Postofffee. H—• 1 mt&vaatm i A* \\J *v -. Say, what's the tun ot wearing clothes you don't like and can't like and never did like? To the ragman with them, we say. Yon young chaps with red blood in your veins should drecs up and dress up EI SYSTEM More good tailoring to the right* Dress upJn square inch than any other G»tk« f»r Young Gentlem#* clothes in the world. System's particular style results from a designer's close association with young men—"Live Ones" and "Up and Comers" whose clothes reflect personality, strength and unusualness. Price at $20 to $30. $21.75 Eton «nd Chesterfield Shoes New English lasts In blacks and tans, in visible eyelets with new shank and heel. Custom made at $3.50 to Men's Union Suits Light summer weights. Musing and Lewis at $1.00, $1.50 2 HQ In short sleeves, half sleeve and three qun ter length. Genuine Porosknlt Underwear, as adve In The Saturday Evening Post, ..1.00 for men For boys, at B. V. D. Underwear, per suit .... Only Two to a Customer THE FIRST KNOWLEDGE COMES THROUGH THE EYE AND WE PREFER, SEEING THINGS TO A Beautiful Shirt made of genuine Chambray with military collar and pocket French double cuffs, pearl button and patent collar clas§. All sizes irom 14 to 18. Regular £1.0° ^hirt. For balance of week—only two to a customer. Special Price €r Hull Ctof?«n§ House HOME OF SYSTEM CLOTHES===STETSON HATS MANHATTAN SHIRTS i»» U' f^'V 'V ', 8TUDY SHORTHAND. A business education costs less and Is worth more to any ambitious young man than all of the frills and fancies. Take the Dakota Business college course, get out and hustle and you can "beat the other fellow to It." Summer school opens soon. Easy Term Snaps Tnree 50x140 foot east front lots ii Chandler's Addition only 2 blocks tron Broadway. For bunch on terms, only Chal .,5n 'M'Vv ,60«s p, t} SEE CANADA liNBS ONLY $15.00 Join Luse Land Special tomorrow evening at 10:80. Over the same route as on May 8. Three-hour stop at Winnipeg. Hound trip only 15 and 11.60 per day for board and berth. Make reservations at once by writing or calling on Wm. Rohan, Stern block, Fargo. i: i.ewi $325 Fine 50x150 foot lot, #oorl I ocmh-u North side, tile walk, sewe: s In street. At low ji price of W. J. LANE Phone 807 Office Over First National Bank. WITH FARGO AGENCY. Miss L. Knutson secured on 6at» tlrday a position as stenographer with Fargo Insurance Agency and entered upon the duties of her position. fM® is a fine position and goes to an Aaker's Business College student. School received another request this morning for a lady bookkeeper,'A student was recommended. V4. i, -y W GREAT ElMfiMT OF -c- [jayui v VEGETABLE PLANTS Grown from Carefully Transplanted" Stock, Strong and Healthy Stock. A FEW PRICES* Csbbege, Early. Ready by April 15, Washington Wakefield, Early Summer and Premium Late Flat, 100, $1 box 150, $1.50. Cabbsg* Late Bftftdy by June 1st. Holland, Premium Late Flat Dutch and i Early Summer. 100, 50c box 150, $1.50* i Cauliflower, Early. Ready by April 15th. Early Erfurt and Snow Ball. 1,000, $8.00 100, $1.00 box 150, $1.50. Celery, Early. Delivery to June 15th, White Plume and Golden Self Blanch* Ing. 1,000, $6 100, 75n box 200, $1.50 Celery, Late. Delivery to June 15thij White Plume and Golden Self Blanch ing. 1,000 $4 100, 50c box 200, $1.50. Psnsy Plants. Fine large plants. All in bloom. Twice transplanted. Small box, 50 in box, 60c large box 150, $1.75, Purchaser must pay transportation charges on orders less than. 91.00, aa# 15c to cover packing charges. W. N. W. Phone 1390. Moot head, r.'s.ai* Metropole Hotel JE« E„ C©te« Prop. 'X "'V AMERICAN FLAN But T«M§ Strvlo* ta Ntrthwut •ales ts.26 to $3.00 Per Day Centrally lUtcmSciS The Cole Hotel E« Col*t Prop. European Plan Special Theatrical Rates ABSOLUTELY MODERN 76c to 12.00 Per Diy ners Motor Parts Wednesday, Thursday.- 1 .'..i/V ,: aad Friday at GATE CITY AU1 Fourth Street and N. P. Avenue -•7* 1 •2 U jr .j'