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PRETTIEST THING
In My Home
MaceyBook.
Cabinet.
is a*
To set one of die new Manejr Book Cabinet* In your home Sa
|p «et before your child
ma an example of suck good teste that
throughout all the days of their lives they will feel its refuria*
influence.
Macry Book Cabinets are the first aectional bookcase* ever
built after the designs of the old masters. These old masters,
Sheraton, Chippendale, Robert Adam and Fra JunipeTO, were
as great in Furniture as Shakespeare in Literature, as Mozart in
Music, as Michael Angelo in Painting.
The new Macey Book Cabinets are the only sectional book
cases that can be added to, both upward and sideways, and still
not look like sectional bookcases, but like heirlooms of furniture.
Can be taken from or rearranged without destroying their beauty
and style.
So artful is the cabinet work that dealers frequently have to
take them apart to convince customers that they are sectional*
Macey old master designs harmonize with any furniture you
now have, and are made in such variety of popular price*, size*
woods and finishes, that they fit any requirement of space orpurse.
Macey Sectional Book Cabinets are built under the direction
©f Mr. O. H. L. Wernicke, the father of sectional bookcases and
President of The Macey Company. Mr. Wernicke's name is
still used in the corporate title of a competing firm, with which
he has long since had no connection.
If you wish to give your home and your children the most in*
spiring influence you ever gave them, vou will go to a furniture
store and see these new Macey Book Cabinets before you forget it.
Or send for the new Macey Style Book and price list. It is
the most complete and extensive work published on the sub
ject of sectional bookcases, giving the history of their inven
tion, manufacture and development, as well as suggestions on
Jbrary decoration and arrangement. It also contains the fol
lowing original articles by the "Father of Sectional Bookcases,"
0. H. L. Wernicke "Get Acquainted With Your Furniture
"What Constitutes Good Furniture "The Force* Which Govern
furniture Development "Origin of the Unit Idea."
Address The Macey Company, No.
940 Soo^ Divwoa StMe^
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SEE WINDOW DISPLAY OF
MACEY BOOK CASES
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FURNITURE COMPANY
12-14 Broadway Established 1878 Fargo, N. D.
REAL ESTATE
$4»200
7 room new house, full basement,
blroh finish, hardwood floors, fur
nace heat, sewer, water, bath, lot
50x140 feet, $750.00 cash, balance to
suit at 6 per cent.
$6,300
S room house, full basement, fire
place, oak finish and floors, large
cistern, sewer, water, bath, finished
attic, lot 66x150 feet. Fine barn.
Third avenue south, a fine home.
Sasy. terms.
Hodgson
Phone 12S
FIRE INSURANCE
8UMMERSCHOOL
Opens at Dakota Business College
toon. It will be one of the best terms
|if the year. If you want to review
?#nd get ready for an excellent posi
•jgjion quickly, this is the school for you
t4° attend. We are teaching cheap
t^iow—will charge more In the fall.
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ter, bath, modern but heat, hard
wood floors, lot 50x140 feet, fine
trees, cement walks, easy terms.
On* block to Courthouse.
$1,400
88x150 f«et on Tiiixd avenue south,
right at end of paving, cement
walks, a fine site for a good resi
dence or duplex house. See tbia.
Realty Co,
Opp. Post Offiee
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Every Day
Inquiry is made at the First National concerning the fin
ancial standing and Integrity of business men and others
who are seeking credit favors somewhere.
Some time you may need bank references. Would It
not be well to establish relations at this t)ank get ac
quainted with its officers and let them become acquaint
ed with you, in order that they may help you establish
your credit?
The first step toward goo# credit ta.* bM account.
Have you one? #.' A.* '»t
525 FIRSTNATTONALBANK,
OF FARGO.
THE OLDEST BANK IN NORTH
MONEY TO LOAN
AN OFFICE MAN
Was today sent to the N. D. Monu
ment Co.—and that does not mean "we
are dead ones," either. AH classes of
business men employ Dakota Business
College office help. They do not do sp.
as some say, "because Watklns has a
pull," but because D. B. C. graduates
are better trained.
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Mr. Custer:
WANT TO KUIMTE SHKlNUiS WILL
SECIIITY SUES
ANKERS' ASSOCIATION WILL
URGE LEGISLATION REGULAT
ING SALE OF BONOS AND SE
CURITIES IN STATE AT NEXT
LEGISLATIVE SESSION.
"One of the measures that will be
i rged at the next session of the legis
lature will be a bill regulating the sale
if bonds and investment securities by
compelling all parties offering such
stocks for sale to obtain a license from
a board or commission which will be
created with the passage of the bill,"
*aid one of the ofllcials of the North
Dakota State Bankers' association in
a conversation with a number of well
known Fargo bankers and financiers.
"This will have a tendency to pre
clude all foreign corporations or agents
soliciting subscriptions for such stock,
bonds and other investments from
coming into the state and making any
killing that is perfectly legitimate at
the present time. At the same time it
will compel such corporations or their
agents to become registered and obtain
licenses on the same principle that any
profession or business shall obtain a
license to operate from a state board.
"What North Dakota needs at this
time more than anything else is a law
that will curb the professional promo
ter. The recent Knight case is an ex
ample of this weakness of our statutes
rind demonstrates that we need some
thing to check the system by which
gents of foreign corporations may
come into our state and carry on a
financial business which by some may
be considered questionable and yet
who have the full protection ot the
law."
The speaker stated that he had just
made a study of a number of financial
propositions which may be floated In
the state in the near future and that
it was his intention to bring the mat
ter before the North Dakota bankers
at the next session of the association
in an effort to warn everyone about
.such schemes.
"A popular scheme of financial pro
motion now, and one that is carried on
perfectly legitimately, is one by which
promoters interest the bankers them
selves in floating insurance company
agencies and farm mortgage loan com
panies. It is something that cannot
help but appeal to the average small
banker as being something very good
and helpful to himself.
"For instance an agreement is made
whereby a bank becomes the deposi
tary of a newly promoted farm mort
gage loan company which the pro
moter generally leaves after he has
taken his premium out of the paid in
stock for his work in the matter of
promoting the company. The concern
is usually worthless and is entirely
within the pall of the law and has
worked marvelously well for the get
rich-quick schemers and J. Rufus Wal
Hngfords who have cleverly pulled it
off in such states as Kansas and Ne
braska where the laws regulating
financial corporations are very rigid,
"It is time the North Dakota State
Bankers' association was taking the
matter up in earnest and time the peo
pie were waking up to the schemes
that are being carried on right under
their very eyes every day. The bank
ers have talked of this for some time
and I think next winter will see a num
ber of attempts at such legislative re
forms."
THE LYRIC THEATRE—5c
Picture show changes daily. Special
music with each picture. Matinee dally.
"The remembrance of
quality remains long
after the price is. for
gotten."
This house has always
stood for quality of the
most exacting standard
during its over thirty years,
and will continue to do so
in the future.
Has been our specialty-*
and just now we are offer
ing some special values in
RINGS at from
$20 to $50
These must be seen to be
appreciated and we invite
your inspection.
Ik_ Siti&rg'
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Jewelers
72 Broadway, Fargo, N. D.
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Phone 1587.
712 Front Strot, Farge.
Out-of-Town Orders Soli
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THE FARGO FOEUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 35, 1912.
GATHER TKSBVnr
SHRINERS WILL GATHER AT THE
TEMPLE TOMORROW TO TALK
OVER RECENT TRIP TO L08
Qne of the features of the afternoon
will be the reading or the names of
the members of the party aboard the
imperial special de luxe on the trjp
going out W. A. Donnlly, assisted
by one or two others of the local dele
gation on the train, collected the names
of the entire party on the backs of
menu cards on the Rock Island diner,
&nd these will be presented to the t£l
Zagal for permanent keepings with the
other souvenirs that will be saved in
recollection of Imperial Potentate
Treat's administration.
The names of the party aboard the
imperial de luxe special are Mrs. Isa
belle Christie, Grand Forks Frank B.
Feetham, Grand Forks George Curtis
Lord, Cando Rufus Bessel, Harvey
C. T. Kretschm^r, Kramer W. A.
Donnelly, Fargo Thomas A. Merritt,
Duluth Mrs. Minnie Sota Hills, Du
luth L.
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ANGELES, WHERE IMPERIAL
POTENTATE TREAT PftEJHDEfe
The members of El Zagal temple of
the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine will
gather tomorrow afternoon at Masonic
temple, where they will have a good
talk over the recent trip to Los Ange
les and the incidents of the recent ses
sion of the imperial council over which
Past Imperial Potentate John Frank
Treat presided.
Drummond, Fargo Dr. H.
T. Greenlaw, Freeport, Wis. C. G. Mc
Gregor, Fargo George H. Johnson,
Fargo W. A. Erickson, Fargo A. G.
Arvold, Fargo Mrs. A. G. Arvold.
Fargo John Rohan, Davenport, la.
F. H. Schmitt, Fargo Mrs. B. IF.
Wasem, Fargo B. F. Wasem, Fargo
J. C. McKendry, Fargo J. S. Gerlich,
Mankato Mrs. J. S. Gerlich, Mankato
Marie Gerlich, Mankato R. A. Mc
Michael, Minneapolis Majorie Dodge
Warner, Chicago William Warner,
Chicago C. C. Barclay, St. Paul John
Cox, potentate of Duluth C. B. White
ley, Guthrie, Olka. A. R. Barquitt, Du
luth E. A. Daniels, Two Harbors, S.
D. B. A, McLaughlin, Baltimore D. A.
Brooks, Buffalo R. A. Edwards, Bal
timore W. L. Hathway, Minneapolis
H. C. Johnson, Fargo Scott Steward,
St. Paul W, D. Bristol, Fargo F. W.
Cook, Fargo A. D. Andrews, Fargo
Rube Turner, Fargo G. A. Pardoe,
Fargo T. I. Lewis, Fargo Otto Mor
row, Fargo Capt. Albert H. Paul, Du
luth Dr. B. A. Smith, Duluth Fred
A. Hills, Duluth Don E. Cole, Duluth
O. A. Applehagen, Duluth A. F. Mc
Eustace, Duluth E. L. Mackenroth,
Fargo Jesse Norton, Duluth Charles
Rogers, Fargo E. L. Spencer, Fargo
A. J. Harper, Duluth Mr. and Mrs.
M. N. Johnson, Duluth Wallace P.
Wellmans, Duluth Henry Van Brunt,
Duluth Charles C. Jones, Duluth E.
A. Chapman, Duluth R. J. Burns, Du
luth F. E. Hough, Duluth T. P.
Bradley, Duluth Don G. Gerhart, Du
luth J. R. Oakley, St. Paul P. M.
Hanft, Duluth E. E. Youmans, Du
luth Charles F. Falk, Two Harbors
Mrs. Victoria Nesbltt, Duluth Henry
C. Nesbitt, Dulyth Effie W. Johnson,
Duluth Capt. A. J. Craig, Fargo
Arthur S. Kitts, Tower Mills W. A.
McKay, Duluth Dr. E. P. Christianson,
Two Harbors John Christie, Duluth
W. A. Smith, Hibbing Dug White,
Los Angeles W. E. Byerly, Velva J.
C. Willson, St. Paul C. W. Owen, St.
Paul R. C. Milton, Wahpeton F. L.
Gage, Fargo J. A. Gilles, Fargo C. R.
Stone, Fargo M. E. Rader, Kramer
Dr. F. A. Bricker, Fargo Mrs. C. R.
Stone, Fargo Mrs. Walter E. Treat,
Fargo Mrs. H. Lord, Cando Mrs. C.
E. Manning, Fargo Robert Stone,
Fargo C. H. White, Chatlield Mrs.
C. H. White, Chatfield Mrs. E. Jenks,
Souris E. C. Gearey, jr., Fargo Mrs.
E. C. Gearey, jr., Fargo W. Adelbert
Smith, St. Paul Mrs.
W.
Wi Buy Scrap Iron*
Carloa-i lots a specialty. Correspond*
•noe given prompt attention. Fargo
Iron & Metal Co., Fargo, N. D.
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On the same date h* disposed of
railroad and other stocks belonging to
other people in this state.
Fresh dairy butter always on hand,
lowest price. Donahue's Cash Grocery,
620
Second avenue north.
A REQUEST.
Aaker's Business College received
another request in this morning's mail
•'or'
'or
a stenographer and bookkeeper
a bank in Benson county. The
school has been supplying office help
o banks in Benson county for yearb
tnd their Wanting more indicates that
the A. B. C.'s are
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WEEP. BBfCTEB
FEDERAL GRAND JURY CONCLUD
ED ITS PROBE LAST NIGHT AND
MADE ITS RETURNS, T9 JUDGE
AMIDON—NAMES WILL NOT BE
MAI?E PUBLIC,
The federal grand Jnry which has
been sitting since last Tuesday return
ed about fifty indictments last night
to Judge Amidon. The names of these
who have been indicted will not be
made known until they have been
taken into custody.
Wilhelm Woltman, living north of
Pembina, close to the Canadian boun
dary line, was arraigned before Judge
Amidon this morning and pleaded
guilty of violating section £15 of the
criminal code—using the mails to de
fraud.
He was sentenced to serve thirty
days in the Grand Forks county jail.
Deputy Hochman made the arrest a
few days ago and brought the prisoner
to Fargo where he has been In the
custody of the local authorities. He
will be taken to Grand Forks this aft
ernoon by Deputy U. S. Marshal Hag
gart.
A large number of the cases which
will come before the petit jury, begin
ning Tuesday, are cases where liquor
was sold to Indians on the reservation,
Officials about the federal building an
ticipate that the criminal and civil
calendar will take about three weeks
or a month before they adjourn. The
docket was materially shortened by a
number of the accused pleading guil
ty.
ASSAILANTS GOT
films
H. Deiwe,
Dllworth W. H. Deiwe, Dilworth
Mrs. F. L. Gage, Fargo C. E. Manning.
Fargo Mrs. W. T. Johnston, Fargo
William Springs, Grand Forks L. L.
Eckman, Grand Forks AV. T. Johnston,
Fargo J. B. York, Memphis, Tenn.,
and Mrs. I. Bissel, Harvey.
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IT WAS DISCOVERED YfeSTERDAY
AFTERNOON THAT KNIGHT
SOLD RAILWAY STOCKS BE­
LONGING TO HIS WIFE IN NEW
YORK ON MAY i
It has been learned that A. M. Knight
sold some railroad stocks belonging to
Mrs. Knight in New York May 8. On
that date Mrs. Knight received a tele
gram stating that stocks listed in her
name were offered and asking If it was
all right. She had no suspicion that
Knight was not "tating" fair and
wired that it was all right. She had
forgotten the incident until yesterday
afternoon.
Furnitur* Rebuilt,
{Repaired, Refinished.
Upholstering, Chsif
Caning and Pieturs
Framing.
All work gu«rwn»v
teed. Cabinets *ttd
Filing Cases made to
order. We call for
your work.
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20 BAR API l.!
JUDGE HANSON THIS MORNING
SENTENCED TWO PRISONERS
TO SERVE TIME IN COUNTY
JAIL—ASSAULT AND BATTERY
COMMITTED ON JOHN RIHAi
John Smith ana Anton Sabroribky
were arraigned today before Juu^e
Hanson in the county court on tin
charge of assault and battery on John
Riha. They pleaded guilty to the
charge and were sentenced to twenty
days in the Ca&s county jail.
Riha met the two men in a saloon
oVer in Moorhead last night and alter
a few rounds of drinks had been serv
ed a few ugly remarks were passed.
At this juncture Riha left the plaw
and proceeded to cross the south
bridge into Fargo. He was overtaken
by the two men he left in the saloon
and was assaulted with a blunt instru
ment and sustained severe injuries and
was left on the bridge.
Strangers who happened along found
the man In his critical condition and
called an officer. Riha was taken to
police headquarters, where his wounds
were dressed by the police surgeon.
When he regained consciousness he
gave a description of his asasilanta
which developed into the arrest ol
Smith and Sabrorisky.
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KODAKS and SUPPLIES.
THE SUNDBERG CO.
$100 Cash
And $15.00 per month at i per cent
buys a good 6-room cottage, east
front, cellar,, electric lights, porch,
trees, til« walk. For only 51,500. Close
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Baktta VeMm and Mff. Co.
Welrt AlKHilmtiim and cr*nk oas«s,
asniick'e, boilings, C«*«t IrM, cracked
or broken cylitdtf*, waUr jackvta, Steel
iiaKiep, 1 ok en parts of automcbiles or
ctLer machinery, cracked boiler* and re*
tipped fines.
201 rift* st. No.
Money to Loan
good. A
ntudent was recbpimendfid and. posi
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