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i i Arfijjj -W l,.yj |v« t',/ .! •. i, !?•. l! &i- if -rt 'ctiffac: Sc ...... FAB HllilSt 1 UUljlJLBi SO WILL ^Tours if you buy Goldberg's flne feed !ftr him. Complete stock of flour, feed, baled hay and straw. Phone 1146. Goldberg, 818 Front Btreet.—Advt. 1 WITH A. Q. U. W. 5? Grand Recorder E. J. Moore recent ly needed a first class fstenogra.pher Dakota Business college girl was Tecorameuded and employed. It Is plain to everyone who watches such things that the best offices in the state are employing D. B. C, people— good advertising. trim A SAFE PROPOSITION. •Tour valuable papers are worth pro tecting. We sell tire-proof safes and Vault doors at wholesale prices to ad vertise our other lines of business. A 400-pound safe costs $20. Others at equally low prices. Write to Hatcher Bros., of Fargo, N. D., for catalogue and :ri'-os. —Advt- Keai Esiate House of 5 rooms, full basement, sew er, water, bath, gas, electric lights, clectric fixtures, fireplace, hot water e a o e e a w n v The T| f-4 ytTfirirw w &?$•. 4 nit- n an east front lot. ar Price .. -^«3l4SS CIlJ 1750 cash, balance $30 per month, in cluding interest at 4 per cent. No. 31o9.: W. J. Lane Pjhgne 807 Over 1st Nat'l Bank PROF. KNOX Addressed the students of Aaker's Bus iness college this afternoon supple mentary to the regular work in the class in salesmanship. Professor Knox is the author of the text used In the salesmanship classes and is an able and interesting speaker. The A. B. C's. at Fargo and Grand Forks are the only business schools that offer special work in salesmanship. DAKOTA WELDING & MFG, CO. Weld afid repair ALUMINUM gear and crank cases, manifolds and housings. CAST IRON, cracked °r broken cylinders or water jackets sTEEL frames or any broken parts of automobiles or other machinery. ?01 Fifth St. North. Farcro. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Patrons who have accounts with the M. LevtJz Furniture Co., are -hereby notified that they should not pay any collector unless collector hRs signed authorization from M. Levitz. —Advt. WOT NOT MAKtT A small investment In land In Minne sota or North Dakota, that will soon double in value. I have good lands for from (5 to $1G an acre, small pay ments down, balance easy terms. For C. C. Schuvler. Artv» DRESSED BEEF AND PORK FOR SALE. -t-have on ne of my farms a 'tot. Of choice corn fed cattle and hogs, that we will dress and cut up and deliver any quantity on orders, at very reas onable prices. Address P. O. Box 765, Fargo. Two more days of linen and •white goods sale at Herbst's. —Advt. THE GARDNER HOTEL wishes to thank the public for its liberal patronage in the past and to announce that January tenth, nine teen-thirteen, it will have thirty additional rooms at popular prices— $1.00 to $1.50 Per Day Al. H. Leimbacher, Manager I llJUJUnnuummmiHiiiHiniltMimmtnimnmimmiimuiiimt Banking Detail With the thousands of little details whieh make up th4 large business of this bank, One detail which is not* overlooked is keeping a watchful teye on the little things which mean so much to the comfort and convenience of. depositors. That Is why the First National satisfies, why its denaai. tors introduce their friends here. Joyr business, large or small, will b» w#lcojn«t |f Farn A* y Hit 0Mi*t 6«ak Ib North Dakota O' at $20, $25, $30 a' 4 y anK jTuTi It a Hart Schaffner &, Mar *V better investigate J. THIS STORE CLOSES AT 10 P. M. SATURDAYS (misimiif? CONTESTS STARTS FOR y. President Emery had charge of the meeting with the assistance of Sec retary Wolf and after the very ex cellent dinner that was prepared by the ladies' auxiliary had been served and grace by H. J. Kenner, the presi dent of the association made a short talk In which he rehearsed in a man ner some of the things that the "Y" had done in this city. He said that the business men were back of the association in every way, that they took an interest in it, and he believed the men present could easily defeat the two cities 1® the contest, and particularly Grand Forks- He wished Fargo all success 'possible. !--§cretary Wolf outlined the plan of procedure and handed out printed ID itter which will be distributed over the city, together with cards which v. ill enable the holders to present to i respective members the privileges the "Y" for a short time. livery man present was called on ami each and every one expressed .'nmself as determined to get the most oh i of his division possible. Each h*a.d present will urge the members of his, class or gym team to get busy at once with a view to beating the other two cities. It was decided to ha\e a special committee select the *ji iletic team which will represent Fi.i-go in the contests in that line. Tin* banquet was a very pleasant at I'aii- and the boys will all start to work with a vim. A, committee wi,l] pre-pare proper i fis which will be sent to the Forks mi.I Jamestown in regard te the chal lenge which was Issued by the Xovm town and which has been form ally accepted by the others. ANNUAL MEETING OF PIONEER LIFE OFFICER8 RE-ELECTED YESTER DAY COMPANY SHOWED SPLENDID ADVANCE DURING 1 I UK* 1 ^jl ens Suits i v y .'-. & make stylish suits that you will pay twice the money for at a cus- tofri tailor's. If you haven't already saved softie money this way, you'd F. Holmes & Co. 100-102 Broadway, Fargo, N*, 13f This More is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes M. C. A. Bid 9ANQUET OPENING GUfc WHICH WILL €HOOT GRAND FORKS AND JAMESTOWN OUT OF THE BUSINESS AND GlVfc ALL HONORS TO FARGO. Fifty members of the Y C. A. met last evening around the banquet board in the association building to get a good start on the campaign that Is now going on f?r new members in a contest in whicn uran'd Forks has challenged Fargo -and Jamestown- The fifty men represented the dif ferent departments and classes of the "Y" who will have charge of the work during the contest period. While the battle is on now, the big rally time Is the period between Jan. 28 and Feb. 4. On the first date mentioned the boys must give the result of 50 per cent of the work they have done at that time and this report will be sent to the Forks as well as to Jamestown. Fargo now ha« a mem bership of 900 and it is hoped to in crease that by 300. In addition to the membership cam paign there are to be athletic con tests between the three cities and these will also count in the number total of the pointB that can be made. LAST YEAR DESPITE A HEAVY DEATH LOSS—ADD TO SURPLUS. The stockholders- of the Plqneer Lite Insurance Co. of North Dakota held their annual meeting at the com iany's offices yesterday, Jan. 9. Ther was a- good attendance but owing t. tho delayed Great Nortnern trair some of the northern section of th state were unable to attend. Amon^ those from out of the city were Hon C. D. Rice, formerly of Towner but now a banker at Northfield, Minn., A. M. Christianson from Towner and i» A. Nelson from Minneapolis. The following officers and director were re-elected, to serve for the en suing year: W. A. Scott, president J* J. Fleck ler, secretary G. H. Hollister, treasurer Judge N. C. Young, general counsel T, D. Hushes, manager c* agents Dr. G. A. Carpenter, medics director: A. L. Dern, actuary Hor. L. B. Hanna R, S, Lewis M. A. Bald win, Michael Murphy Jas. J3, Mat hews: Dr. J. T. Newlovej A. 3Vi, Christianson A. A Nelson and Hois. John Burke. Notwithstanding the heavy deatl loss during the year 1912 the company has made a marked advance, showing an increase in assets over last year of $8,990,47 and in increase of reserve from $97,173 last year to $174,674 th year, all of Which was very satisfac tory to the company's officers an i stockholders and as evidence of tl fact that it is their intention to bull" up right here in Far^o one of th strongest financial institutions in tt northwest., they have, in spite of the good showing made by the compan this year, refrained from v/ithdrawln any of its earnings in the way v dividend but have added It all to sui plus in the interests ol adding to tlai company's strength and for the pro tectioa of itg policy, holders. M'iif & A •$•' ,-"-f J* \*1 v 5 ,.. TEE FAB GO FORUM 'AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY KVENINGr, JANUARY 10, 1013, TO BE SPEAK!! 8TATB BANKERS' AND MI880UF SLOPE BANKERS' EACH PLAN NING TO HAVE GREAT MEET INGS MAN OF NATIONA REPUTATION TO BE SELECTEE C. Macfadden, secretary of th North Dakota Bankers' associatio has returned from Grand Forks wher the executive committee of the as sociatlon met and he said that th meeting was one of the best the com mittee has ever had. "We have ar ranged," said he, "to have a speaki who Is a national character present the state bankers' association and make this a memorable meeting, am not yet able to give his name, bt he will be one of the biggest ftnanciei in the United States. "The Missouri slope group of banh ers are planning to have a great bl meeting in the city of Bismarck, Fel 6 and 7 and they expect to make th a very interesting affair. The fa that the legislature is in session an that there are many bankers member of the same will add to the numb attending. Several of the Farg bankers will likely attend this meei ing. The affairs of the state banker association are in excellent conditio and the membership is growing all tfc time." We Buy 3crap Iron. Also sell second hand sheet rooflhi write for prices. Carload lots a sp cialty. Correspondence given promj attention. Fargo Iron & Metal Co Fargo, N. D.—Advt. TAFT AND TEDDY owe SH'S H'lHJ both Are political back NUMBERS. SAYS FORME NORTH DAKdTAN WHO WA ORIGINALLY THIRD TERf ADVOCATE, SL-lHkwl fHspateh: Oriwfljjr Mr Harg of New York, one of the original Roosevelt third-term men, who toured the northwest in the interests of tfie colonel's candidacy prior to the Chica go convention, and who repudiated the colonel for "going outside the party and seeking revenge on President Taft," said today both President Taft and Colonel Roosevelt are "politically dead," and. that on neither will hang the reorganization of the republican party. Mr. "McHarg, who is a guest of Carl Bohnen, the St. Paul artist, today, while en route to Bismarck, N. D., said he believed the republican party could get together on George B. Cor telyou, who is favored by both re publicans and bull moose. McHarg believes If President-elect Wilson makes good, the people will re turn him. If he does not make good, he thinks the people will return to the republican party. "Just at the time the democrats should W getting together for a love feast," said Mr. McHarg, /'they kre preparing for a scalping party in Washington after March 4. If Presi dent-elect Wilson gives Bryan a place in his cabinet, the Clark following will knife him, and if he doesn't the Bryan crowd will harass him." Referring to the recent "reorganiza tion dinner," at which President Taft was a guest of honor, Mr. McHarg said the affair was not sanctioned by the republican leaders, but was pro moted by political "dead ones, who have nothing else to do but sprinkle flowers on Taft's tomb." Two more days of linen arid white goods sale at Herbst's. —Advt.' TOE LECTURE TCNllillT The Speaker Is Highly Commended by the Business rvlen of tH*. City of Farg4. Tfce lecture of J. S. Knox* of** Dps Moines, la., on salesmanship is meet ing with much approval with the business men of Fargo. It is expected that a large audience will greet Mr. Knox this evening at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium when he gives his popular lecture on The Factors in Commercial Success—the training of men, the business getting idea, the skilled method or the three factors that transforms the average man into a business man th© little business man in a big one and a little^ business Into a big business. Mr. Robt. McCulloch will preside at the meeting which will beglt at 8 p. m. The association of bank clerks are planning on being present, besides members of various other business organizations. Educational Director Pixler wishes it understood that there will fbe no charge for this lecture and tickets can b© had for the asking at the Y. M. C. A. office. What is the feminine of "boss," asks the editor. That man isn't mar ried. jT ''"'ii1. H&ri<£Sck' ^''41. 3 ^«ffP K V 4 n :& a is l-2# /It 1§3 J?® 1 i '*»*v i TO MEEI ON THURSDAY The Noritian-American Society Hold a Session at the Hotel tSsrdner Jan, 18.- TViie Norman- CUT THE HIGH COST OF LIVING W. H. Chapman, Winnebago, Neb., tells how he did it. "My two children had a very bad cough and the doctor's medicine did them no good. I got a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound, and before it was all used the children were free and cured of their cough. I saved a doctor's bill for one 25c bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound." No opiates. Economy Drug Co., Fargo Drug Co.—Advt. SAYS MTQRBS SLATE!! Reported That Young Campaign Man ager of Wilson Is Slated for Next Postmaster General.. !t has been reported In politi* circles of the city among those w are said to be "In the know" th Walter McCombs of New York is slat ed for the position of postmaster get eral in the Wilson Cabinet to succe Frank H. Hitchcock. Mr. McCombs was campaign mana er of Governor Wilson before the B*! tihiore convention and managed ti' successful democratic inational cat:, paign last fall, which succeeded ii electing bis candidate. He was a stu dent at Princeton and was always devoted pupil of Woodrow Wilsor. while the latter was president of th university. Mr. McCombs originally hailed fro Arkansas. He is a young man in earlv 30's and has had a very su cessrul professional career since estai lishing himself in the practice of la in New York city a couple of year ago. His appointment to the job postmaster general greatly appeals the local democrats, many of who:! think the selection would be most b. fitting after the retirement of Posi master General Hitchcock, who is al an energetic young man. Fargo Made Products Beau tfiully IMsplayed Come and See What Fargo Labor Produces v .(i j'mynyr ,v,/ 'V V 1 K* V i.- ", r«Vl v"-. *'. ,' v y i-, HH HI W 1 JLi ?4 7 o-.-o^r to America® eodety, which was organized by Professor Munro of the Wisconsin university in this city .during the ceremonies in cident to the unveiling of the Statue last summer, will hold a meeting at the Hotel Gardner this city on Thurs day next Jan. 16 between the hour® of 1 and 5 o'clock and all are invited to attend, as there will be some interesting matters discussed. During the afternoon Mayor Sweet will read the greetings that were sent by the Mayor of Rouen, France, to the Nor mans of North America during the urivelllhg but: which did not arrive for several weeks afterwards. He will ul so have on display at the meeting the magnificent present that was sent by the French city to Fargo city. n Vv Fireproof Construction Opens to the public Monday, Janu ary 13th, 1913. Located one block I east from the Waldorf Hotel, cornerf|j Broadway. 80 rooms with hot and •cold water, 25 with private bath—well lighted and venti lated—sanitary, modern and complete jji tvpiy, way. R|9|| popular priced hotel in the city. EUROPEAN PLAN An Interesting number of the Grand F*ree Lecture course will be the lec ture on next Sunday evening by Miss Maria L. Sanford, professor of Eng lish at the University of Minnesota. Miss Sanford has chosen for her sub ject The Ideals of Educatioh and is a •recognized authority in educational circles. Miss Sanford is a zealous worker in the National Federation of W*rhen's clubs and was a speaker at the con vention held .vast year at San Fran cisco. Her reputation as a speaker is well known and her lecture on Sun day evening will be decidedly worth while. Miss Sanford arrives this afternoon and an effort will be made to secure her to speak at chapel at the Fargo college tomorrow morning. She is popular amon^ the students and the young people of the college are In hopes that she will be able to favor them with a short talk. eiF L. ered. mm ADMISSION FREE TO ALL i RATES: FV, 25 rooms at 75 cts., 2 persons $1.00 30 rooms at $1.00, 2 persons $1.50 roortls at $1.50, 2 persons $2.00 MISS SANBFORB WILL 1 SPfifeS '.V V., .V-'.' -,»nfi»iti '•M Under Management of KELLER & Proprietors ol Waldorf Botel 4 MISS MA*!* L, 3ANFfcR? PRO FESSOR OF ENGLISH AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, AND WELL KNOWN CLUB WO MAN,, WILL SPEAK AT GRAND.. JDO NOT RENT an old worn out typewriter. You can get a NEW, latest model,. Ball bearing, long wearing i L. C. SMITH & BROS, typewriter /and table for v$3.00 Products Show 1 3-1 BlilildiKg, 1 Tt -1 -13- Brokcfway Fifty Booffss Filled with Fine r:. Exhibits Everybody Cordially Invited To u f- W I,1 V.. FJELBE TO LIVE HLKfc Upon His Return From Baltimore at Johns Hopkins University He Looates in Fargo, Dr. E O. Fjeide, who for the sixteen years has been, located a practicing medicine at Abercrombiei. N. D., has decided to locate in the city of Fargo and, had opened an office 9& No. 10 Broadway. He has recently r#* turned from the Johns Hopkins uni versity of Baltimore, Md., where he spent several months in taking a post graduate course. His many friemta among the Normans and Scandi navians in general will be pleased feo greet him. The doctor is one of ttie most prominent men of his profession in the state. KNOX VISITS D. B. C. Professor Knox, the sal-esmanship expert, whose works are being used as auxiliary texts at the Dakota Business college, was a visitor with former friends at the school this mornirtfr. He is a great salesman, a fine author and all should hear his lecture at tift "Y" tonight. Paid. CHOICE Attend RESIDENCE LOT -eor sale. Choice residence lot on Eighth street south. 76x150 feet In ore to close estate will sell cheap. Apply J. p. Edwards at .Forum of« fice.—Advt. -Typewriters per month, deliv Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co., Fargo Branch Pioneer Life Bldg. Phone 125. ir •A.