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'kk 3M! -5* A KgjgOBi amaiAMa mm 3s vc r':,r gfo Kf„ f- _, \k-* S Tailored Suits Per fall and winter made of heavy homespuns, cheviots, imported tjpixtures: jackets all lined with two-season-guaranteed lining a suggestion of fullness in all skirts. All sizes up to 44. We make special mention of large •fzes, as we have a bigger and bet ter assortment than ever before ftt f25.00, 130.00, 135.00 and .00 and Up to V# 7" 40.00 Long Coats Chinchilla,' heavy boucle, blanket track and wide wale diagonal, two tone materials, muffler collars that button up close around neck, large •leeves coats are pTettv, straight lined models some belted all Sixes, up to 44 size. $9.95 112.50, flfi.OO, 920.C 25.00 Lingerie and Silk Waists Made with high neck, and long •leeves, to wear with suits strictly up-to-date effects all colors. $1.25, $1.75, |2.75. $3.96, UP to an Miurn. 10.00 A? Our $2-00 bleached Irish linen damask, floral designs, 72 Inches w i e w i e sold at. Jl.OO 56 Off MAIL ORDERS RE CKIVE PROMPT AT TENTION AT THIS STORE. Social Notes N. B. Pinkhara, former register of deeds, is in from Caaselton today. G. E. Nelson of the county auditor's •office spent Sunday and Monday at De jtroit, Minn. Mrs. George E. Johnson, who is the tWitr of the editor of one of the news ipers published at Atwater, Minn., is been visiting at the home of Mrs. M. Johnson on the southaide, and is left to make a visit to Brecken idge, Minn. Mrs. Emily Louise Dobell who is rieoking after business in the northern 5»art of the state returned to Fargo •Monday evening and after spending a jfctmple of days with friends lxi this pity will return to Minneapolis to re- iicuse Eargaii, Strictly modern ten-room bouse 3, hot water heat, gas, electric lights, bath, full basement, cold Storage room, cistern, cement Walks, beautiful lawn and trees. EJasy terms, or will exchange for land. I MRS. V. R. NEAL 310 Ninth 8trest Nsrth. AROO. N. OAK. *c:. y i 1 O. /. 3£ Mbfi "D HECIE CO, FJkttCO. J*. 2XAJC yt• ift ,/fIr "1^-•T3^^v- ^e -'. 2 IL &NPKETIF-, |vP. ^1?!^ Greatest SAMPLES! SAMPLES!! WE v A V f*, 1 ,f 1 ,, Jf appMpHllMi 1 j) SECOND FLOOR Wool Dresses Pretty new fall models, to wear in the house for afternoon, business and street wear made of fine eerg% whipcord, Panama and all eilk me»* saline. $7.95, $12.50, *16.00 and Gowns for dancing, dinner wear, re ception, in a variety of beautiful colors and mate rials, $25.00, 80.00 $35.00 and up to. The woman who is always well dressed and takes par donable pride in that fact will find seclection easy. Our assortment of Fall Suits, Coats, Dresses and Skirts is remarkably large and every garment in stock has been chosen with the needs of particular women in mind. Our prices are moderate. Let us show you before making a purchase. 20.00 100.00 Children's Winter Coats HALF PRICE Carried-over garments which will make practical and economical school and play coats lined and in terlined wonderful values sizes 2 to years. 12.80 value# O fc for &1.40 $3.96 valu« for. $4.50 values for ...48c Half-bleached, all linen, 72-inch selling regular at $1.00. For this •ale mi- vJ^ i $1.95 $2.25 Buy Table Linens Now We are just starting one of the greatest sales on high class Table Damask ever held in Fargo and invite comparison we will sell for a few dajns ur 66-inch half-bleachhed, all pure linen damask in floral designs, regular 69c and 66c valuues 6*nt*«tH2 85c 66-inch bleached pure Irish linen quality at $1.00. Now damask, splendid 89c Napkins to match nearly all regular goods at corresponding discounts. We have a large line of Pattern Cloths with napkins to match. Cloths sizes 2%x2& yds. Napkin size 3-4x3-4 at HAVE on hand a large assortment of pattern cloths that were used as samples. We bought them cheap and will sell them at prices that will surprise you. They are all strictly high class and should be seen to be appreciated. No two alike. No napkins to match. We also have a few dozen Sample Napkins ,that we invite you to compare, witfe any you can find. OUR PRICES WILL BE LESS. GPBXBATISST MTUSCJi. 4 Of Interest to the Women sume her duties In the Interests of the Current Electric Co., of Chicago. The Talk-A-Lot club will meet to morrow afternoon with Mrs. F. IL Chaney, 1100 Eighth street south. Prof. Daniel Freeman of Fargo col lege returned home yesterday from Barry, N. D., where he preaobed on Sunday. Mrs. Jerome Freeman who has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Nichols of Island park, left Sunday evening for her home in Devils Lake. The Hawthorne Neighborhood club will meet tomorrow afternoon and it Is necessary that as many aa possible be present as plana will be discussed for the year's work. Friends will be pleased to learn that Mrs. J. M. S. Wilser ha« returned home from Minneapolis where she has been very 111 for the past few weeks at the home of her mother. J. P. Curran, representing the Rem ington TJ. M. C. people, is down from Grand Forks on a flying visit. He has had a successful year with the com pany and is popularizing Its output. The Washington Neighborhood club will meet tomorrow afternoon and the programme will be taken up by the committee appointed to visit the vari ous business nouses In the city. Miss Edna Crothers of Kllboume, Wis., is visiting her cousin Miss Fern Crothers of Ninth street south fov a fortnight. Miss Crothers was accom panied here by Miss Delle Willard, who left Saturday to visit in Dickinson and She will return here to accompany Misn Crothers home. The many friends of Miss Fern Crothers will be pleased to know that she will remain in Fargo to continue her music classes this winter, v $ ,, 1 5 TW*H 3*i C*. w~*c* CM Our regular #1 26 full bleached damask. 2 yards wide made of nn pure Irish linen «?OC Full bleached Irish linen. lamagk, 72 inches wide Ijeautiful floral designs and #ells regular at $1.75 also Our celebrated German da flnask, 72 inches wide, sil ver bleached our leader •At $1.50. Comes In dice, block and brick patterns only. d£l QQ Special JL.UiJ Our special $2.60 bleached da ttask, 2 yards wide, all pure Irish linen and beautiful de- -j ft* signs, at 'A Off IF YOU BEE ANT ITEMS ADVERTISED THAT TO U WANT WRITE U&< having given up her work in Carrlng ton to be at home. Miss Edith Sorenson entertained her mother, Mrs. Sorenson of Grand Forks over Sunday. Mrs. Sorenson left last evening for her home. The Yeomen will hold their regular meeting tonight and following the business session a social time will be held with refreshments. Friends will be interested to know that Mrs. R. H. Johnston, Who has made her home with her son on the north side, has now taken apartments with Mrs. Hattie E. Durfey, 1311 First avenue south. Mrs. Leighton and her class of boys from the First M. E. Sunday school enjoyed a very delightful outing on Friday when they went out to the W. Ross farm near town anrt spent the day. A c.ampftre was built and marsh mallows roasted and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Cut Glass Our showing of artistic dut Glass is worthy an inspection. '.'•Mf* i i i A. E. Cannon 110 BROADWAY. „,X'* u-i 1\ THE FABGO FORUM ATO "MXLY JtBPtTBMCAflj TTJESBAX EVENING, OCTOBEB 8, lM, delighted the boys with Jce cream and «ake. Wellington Iryah, the handsome edi tor of The Mott Pioneer Press, is spend ing the day in Fargo. He has not been |tere for about a year and is hunting Up many of his old acquaintances. STATE WEDBINGS A very quite wedding was solemnized Sept. 26, at the home of J. S. McConnel at Churches Ferry, when Mary Belle, Was united in marriage to Clarence M. WilBon of Rugby, Rev. C. t-. McCpnnell, t. D. officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Will make their home in Rugby. On Sept. 25, at the residence of the bride's parents in Minneapolis, Miss Minna Bruhn waa married to S. Froome Sharpies, jr. Mr. and Mrs. Sharpies A. M. McLaughlin. will be at home after Nov. 1 at 1360] Hope is in the city i Bpencer street, Minneapolis. The bride) business affairs. was formerly of Enderlln. Methodist parsonage and were married by Rev. Mr. Hutcheson. A wedding of much interest to many friends in Fessenden occurred near Manfred Sunday when A. C. Solberg of that city and Miss Ellen Broe of Man fred were united in marriage. The ceremony was solemnized at the home Of the bride's pareaUi »orth of Manfred, Rev. Mr. Hovland of Maddock perform ing the ceremony. Miss Gustie Wiedmer, of Alfred, and Jacob Bleber of Gackle. were united in marriage at Aberdeen, S. D. The bride IS the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wied mer living southeast of Alfred. Mr. and Mrs. Bleber will leave for Watkins, Mont., to live on the bridegroom's claim. At Maiden, Wash., on Wednesday, Oct 2, Frank Huff of Carlstad, Can., and Miss Lola Herbert of Maiden, were United in marriage. After a short wed ding trip through the west they will return to the home of the bridegroom at Carlstad. Both of the young people are well known at Bowman, the bride groom having been one, of the first homesteaders in that section. CLUB NOTES The Fortnightly club met yesterday Afternoon at the Civic center and a pro gramme on socialism was carried out, that being the subject of study of the club. Mrs. J. W. Ince gave a splendid paper on The Contribution of Karl Marx to socialism. She told of his JNirly struggles to introduce socialism in Germany and of the wonderful things which he accomplished under the most discouraging circumstances and of the influence of his work on fol lowing generations. Mrs. W. F. Sudro fave a talk on The Ideals of Socialism which brought out many new and help ful ideas in regard to the socialistic belief. At the close of the meeting a conference of the presidents of the neighborhood clubs and plans discuss ed for the coming year. The Musical section of the Fine Arts club will meet on Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the Civic center and Miss Adda Blakeslee will have charge of the programme. Each member of the Fine Arts club is invited to be present and are asked to bring a friend. The Hawthorne Neighborhood club Will meet tomorrow afternoon at the Hawthorne Bchool and the programme will be in the form of a question box when each member will be allowed to OfTer suggestions for the club work for the coming year. It will be the aim of the club to Introduce some plan to further the social side of the meetings and their subject for study this year Will be Fargo As It Is Today. The club held an Interesting evening meeting laBt week, when new officers were Chosen for this year as follows: presi dent, Mrs. Dodsley: vice president, Mrs. Charles Bristol secretary and treasur «r, Mrs. Best. Mrs. Best declined the position and a successor will be chosen tomorrow. Mrs. Amidon gave an Inter estlng talk on the club work and music by a phonograph donated for the oc casion by the Stone Piano Co., was enjoyed. A vote of thanks was offered Mrs. Klinsman for the excellent work done during the past year. The Haw thorne club claims the largest mem bership of any of the neighborhood Clubs. The Bay View Study club held their first regular meeting yesterday after noon at the home of Mrs. W. C. Allen On Seventh avenue south. Trees and Flowers of North Dakota were discuss ed by Mrs. Freeman and some fine new points were brought out. The feature Of the afternoon was an illustrated talk on The Birds of North Dakota by Mrs. Geo. H. Hollister, who has studied this subject very thoroughly. She was assisted by some very fine mountings which have been collected by Mr. Allen and her talk was extremely Interesting! Mrs. Flanders and Mrs. W. C. Allen were chosen to represent the club at the state federation meeting. The Twentieth Century, the Norden Musical and the Shakespeare clubs at Devils Lake gave a handsome recep tion at Library hall Friday evening for the teachers of the city schools, the teachers of the Btate school for the deaf, the music teachers and clergy men and their wives. More than 100 guests responded to the invitation of the clubs and Mrs. A. M. Powell, Mrs. J. A. Moran and Miss Sprung received them at the door, lntrodu?mg the new residents and welcoming the return of the old. The hall was artistically decorated in autumn foliage, and after the greetings had been exchanged an enjoyable musiea.1 programme was giv en. Light refreshments were then serv ed by Miss Oracebello Serumgard and Miss Anna Sprung, closing a most de lightful evening. HELD FIRST SNft* Vmm l«a|M Mat hmmt StoKing to Plan Work for Year —Refswd Mrs, Danon*t Resignation. The Votes For Women league held their initial meeting last evening in the basement of the public library with a fairly gqog attendance. Mrs. E. M. Darrow who has been president of the league since its organization handed 2n her resignation owing to ill health, but It Was not accepted as It is hoped that she will soon be able to assume her duties again and meantime, the vice president, Mrs. R. M. Pollock will act in her place. Mrs. C. F. Amidon presided last even ing and a committee to arrange the programme for this year's work was appointed as follows: Mrs. F. E. Kin dred, Mrs. Eugene Snider and Mrs. M. A. Hildreth. The meeting was purely a business meeting and the advisability of changing the night of meeting was discussed but it was decided to leave as it is. The ne£t meeting Will be held in two weeks. MtsMf Rftens E. It. ttosfc** Fargo TfaU Week and Will Speak at Schools. v I V 7- r? tl ta Miss Rhena E. G. Mosher, national secretary of the Young People's branch of the W. C. T. U. is expected in Fargo tomorrow evening and will remain here until Friday morning when she will go to Vattey City. Miss Moaher while in the city will speak at the pub lic schools and a meeting will be held tomorrow evening at S o'clock at Oak Grove seminary. All who are interest ed are invited to attend any of her meetings. Miss Mosher spoke here last year a-t the Methodist church and made a very good Impression so that all who heard her then will be interested In having their friends listen to her message. Miss Mosher 1s en route to Portland, Ore., where she will attend the national convention and is visiting at various places en route. •4 -A- y* Last Friday, Grover P. Williams and Hunter, were in the city today attend Mlsft Lillian Parsell of Faifmount, business. trhile in Wahpeton at the fair with a number of young friends, went to the •A n U At the Hotels Mrs. Mf. A. Ounderson of Anata is in the city. C. H. Hanson of Grand Forks waa in the city today. Mrs. W. C. Taylor of Bismarck was a Fargo shopper today. Mrs. E. W. Shurlock of Jamestown spent the day In. the city. A. L. Johnson of Devils Lake, was business visitor to the city today. Mrs. William A. Gordon of Valley City is a guest at the Gardner hotel. Miss Lillian Johnstad, of Gackle, this state, is a guest at the Matropole for a day or two. of the town of today attending to Frank Gibson and 1m C. Ruse, both of J. W. Maher, of BisnULrck, was a business caller to the city today and met many friends. Col. Fred Bartholomew, of the.Hotel Frederick, Grand Forks, waa a guest at the Waldorf today. Frank Jarvis. of Grand Forks ar rived in the city this morning to at tend to business affairs. C. E. Pulton of Wimbledon, this state, arrived In the city this morning and is a guest at the Waldorf. William M. McCulley of the city of Los Angeles^ Cal., was transacting business In town today. Miss Ruth Sample of Altmont, this state, was shopping and visiting friends In the city today. Mrs. E. Schiler of Reno, Nev., is in the city for a short time, calling on her friends and will go east. C. F. McPike, of Cando, is transact ing business In the city today and meeting many of his friends. E. B. Haley and C. C. Cleary, both of St. Paul, came In to the city this morning to attend to business. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Johnson of Ulen, Minn., were the guests of their Fargo friends today and were hotel guests. W. E. Kennedy and O. 8. Hela, of Tower City were in the city this morn ing looking after their business mat ters. Col. Henry Hall, of Washington, D. C., was a guest at the hotel Gardner yesterday and left for up state this morning. Mr. and Mrs. C. U Allen and Dr. B. C. Wands, of Lisbon, were gueits at the Waldorf over night, leaving for home this morning. B. F. Downing, Charles M. Burke and J. W. Lievar, all of Dixon, 111., have Joined the land seekers In Fargo and are at the Prescott. Louis Wilcox and M. Johnson, of Grand Forks, were business visitors to the city yesterday and today and are guests at the Webster. PREPARE FBI E, (iitii ORGANIZED PROGRESSIVE CLUB OF FARGO LAST EVENING FOR MEN AND WOMEN OF CITV—CHOSE OF FICERS AND APPOINTED COM JUTTEK8. Last evening at a irsttiering at the progressive headquarters a Progressive club of Fargo was organised for both men and women and officers were chos en as follows: president, Mrs. F. E. Kindred vice president. Frank Walkln second vice president, Mrs. C. F. Ami don third vice-president, C. J. Allen corresponding secretary, Mrs. F. H. Wilder recording secretary, Mrs. J. D. Pierce and treasurer, Mrs. Anna Gates. Miss Jane Addams will be in Fargo Oct. 27 and a committee was appolnteo to choose committees on arrangements for her reception and plan for her visit here. The committee consists of Mrs. a F. Amidon, Mrs. Anna Gate* and Mrs. J. D. Carpenter. Napkin Envelopes. Napkin rings are out of date. The time-honored circlets of silver, Ivory or carven wood will no longer grace the tables of the truly up-to-date house keeper. In their place has appeared the daintiest of table accessories, the napkin envelope. These dainty receptacles are made of fine linen that matches the centerpieces and doilies used elsewhere on the table. They are decorated with embroidery, of course, but here there is opportunity for more elaborate work, and different work, if you choose. For example, a girl can make her own napkin enve lope, embroidered with a pretty spray of her favorite flowers and her mon ogram or one initial in one corner and this is a good plan, for then if she goes away from home on a visit, it can be taken along to be used by her hostess in place of the usual ring. When the envelopes are made to match the centerpiece, one la worked for each member of the family, bearing i s o e i n i i a a n w o o e e e tra. ones are made to be used by guests. But for general use each member of the household has his or her own. em broidered especially for the Individual You can obtain the pattern by op*n lng an ordinary business envelope 1-2 or 7 inches by 3 1-2 inches wide. Cut the linen according to this pattern and buttonhole the edges, either straight n shallow scallops. Then stamp th desired design on the plain portion fhe linen that corresponds to the t,td of the envelope which bears the ad dress when Bending a letter. You e n choose a design of flowers that win allow a blossom or a spray of leaver to be carried over on the flap, or thai apace may be reserved for the mono gram or Initial of the owner. Another method of making the en velope is to cut an oblong piece of linen 10 1-2x6 1-3 Inches, scallop and buttonhole the edges. From one »ml measure 3 1-2 inches and fold the lin^n over flat then from the other end measure three inches and fold the. goods over flat, so that it Tyill lay ov the other fold as does the flap of fne envelope. This done, the embroidery worked on the outside of the flap hjkIi? the ends of this oblong envelope a: caught together with the buttonhole stitch or by narrow ribbon run through small eyelets that have previously b' worked. Ribbon embroidery makes a delight ful adornment for these envelopes. It is so easily and quickly accomplished that it makes a favorite pastime for an aft ernoon. Pale blue, pink or the sba i I ribbons that come for this purpose and that can be washed, with a skein or two of wash silk floss, ts all thai ia required for the working.. A needle with a large eye Is used, and work much the same way as you would in ordinary embroidery. For this you have chosen a floral de s i n a e e n e e e I n e a e i a i at the commencement of each petal, and sew the ribbon over the outline of the petal without twisting It. Tho s i e s u s a o s e o o s o i bon, for tfte effect will be entirely spoiled if the ribbon 1s drawn in any way. When the length of ribbon comes K an end, secure it underneath with a few stitches of fine white cotton thread the needle again and proceed a? before. Green floss in varying shades is used to work the foliage and this should be done in a solid satin stitch. Choose small flowers like forget-n nots or tiny daisies and you will have no trouble in the working. Of courBe, the very daintiest tai WF flPWIAP i e accessories are those embroidered nn in white mercerized thread, that will Prir, AjfUr* I i I- Z*S' 4 and mount VfCt your Films. W? are agents lor EASTMAN KODAKS nnd supplies. Mail us your films. TiKi C*„ FAKSO. N. O V i XJ TJ .nfi n »j. i v $***.*§ 4 4 1 1 *'**•', .ji O. J, V&LEJtWKEClB CO. NOT WarnerVi Corsets Are Sold From $1.00 to *7M, Free Fitting, launder as well as linen. Any deslgr can be done with this, either floral or a small conventional pattern. Be sure to pad the work well with darning cotton, so that it will stand out from the surface of the linen in See Our Win dow Display of Women's and Children's Bath Robes. W& First Ave. N. ffugt-'ProoflbrseHs Hew s ftwurity Rubfa.r tutt.n H.» Supptrt.r, »h. bMt Suupp.rl.r th«* I* EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED TO RUST, BREAK OR TEAR New Fall Shipment of Womens, Misses and Childrens Bath Robes and Kim(mas THIRD FLOO* WOMEN'S BATH ROBES. A new shipment of women's bath robes in eiderdown and blanket materials, in plain and novelty patterns. Some are trimmed with satin bands, others with fancy ribbons, buttons and cord and tassels. Ranging in price tram $15.00 down to.: 3.00 WOMEN'S TRAVELING Kl MONAS $3.50. totis-is one of the needed articles' of wearing apparel for women when traveling made of a splen did quality of mercerised sateen. Come in black and nuv a. Very specially g? g% Priced In Patent Colt, Gun Metal and Tan. These are fine heavy sol ed Goodyear welted and Royal stitched they retail in regular shoe stores for $5.00 and $6.00 Sample Price......... *4 I '.: V You ought to know everything—that the boning has the flexible quality that •hapea tbe right figure-style, and ti»t la comfortable. The corset that has it it the corset that you want. You need ft Warner's. We give vou a corset that, is right in dtvle plus the things that make a cor §St comfortable—the right boning that cannot break, punch through the fab ric- or rust the right material that can not tear, a corset that will give the Kind of figure you want, withoutjtaot ilig you over the bust, the waist, the abdomen, anywhere. «tiff corset hurts—no matter how cood a shape. A Warner's ia not atiff —it cannot hurt. Very light-weight fabrics, not especially made, cannot wear. Warner's fabrics are specially made and will outwear any other fab. We claim for Warner's Corsets that they outwear any other corsets. Every part of a Warner's Corset 1s absolute ly correct. You can have any shape vou want, plus comfort, plus wear. Do you want a guaranteed corset—guar anteed for comfort, style and wear? Jf so, ask de Lendrecle for a Warner# Rust-Proof. WOMEN'S KIMONAS. Aft elegant display of new kl iftoftas in silk and serpentine crepes. These are shown in the daintiest color combinations new designs in floral, Persian and fancy stripe effects. V ly priced at $1.75 Ladifcs* Shots in all leathers and all colors. We have them here and you can bank on it that w$ £aniit your feet. Ladies' shotfs in all leathers and la at! styles Regular Shoe Store Price $5.00 and $6.00 yf O Sample Price Regular Shod Store Price $4.00 and $4.50 Sample Price •••»••..... mn. tJ* CP Regular Shoe Store Price $3.50 and $4.00" Sample Price •'.4. Buy your shoes here and save from $1.00 to $&G0 on every pair of shoes. If you consider this any saving this is the place to buy your shoes. "My Way Is a Savinfl Way To *®u" J' fi *?7 y V mHM ,SP' FA. *RGO. J*. ®, much do you know about th« inside of your corset? Exclusive agents for Fargo and Moorhead. Free Fitting. FARGO FARGO'S GREATEST STOKE. hlNo matter In what way you do the work, you will be ^"^ted wlth^ this very new device for holding napkin and will Indulge the likingr.lll many different forms. New Indian Blanket Bath Robes at $5.50. 18.60 NEW SILK KIMONAS, SPECIAL $5.50. Juat received, a special shipment of silk klmonas In stylish plain and stripe designs, in light and dark colors Persian bordered, trimmed with satin bands. Regu lar $7.50 value. On nesday and Thuri. CHILDREN'S KIMONAS AND BATH ROBE8. Our atock of children's kimonas and bath robes is excelled by none in the city. We feature only styles that are endorsed by the beat mau fifceturers of these garments. These are in fleeced, eiderdown. robeland fleece and Turkish .effects. Very specially'neicad •t $1.25 to A splendid line of misses' kimonas at $2.00 to.*.... .60 2 .m 3.75 *i. 82.18 *•*& a Fargo, N. Oak.