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J. I FI.MKB Must "be sold at once on account of remodeling the store. Mrs. J. Koppel man, 512 First avenue north. Phone 1188, WITH BIG CONCERN. Miss Ethel Myers, who has been at tending Dakota Business College, has just been placed in a position with one of the big establishments of Fargo—an institution already employing ten or twelve D. B. C, people. The best ones —those are the ones this school is aft •*er—this is good advertising. it* I offer one of the best building lots on the south side, east and north frontage, for quick sale for $6904)0... Phone. 846.-L or 758 tonight as I must leave the city soon. Do not delay. £tore for Rent 412 Front St Apply Fargo National Bank. We Develop' 1 vi-. Tfiim Real Estate f%. \i? Snaps House of 8 rooms, full tjiasement. hot water heat, hardwood floors, electric lights, gas, sewer, water/bath, cistern, porch, fine trees and laivn, good barn, on a beautiful 88x150 foot lot on 8th street south, close in /if taken righ' away will sacrifice S 8 ft A and take only ^.^JOUU See me about this at once. No. 2035. I have several. 50al40 foot lots in Case, Peake & Hall's addition on south eide that. 1/will 1C sell for, each .... *p I fc $25.00 cash, balance monthly at 7 per cent. No, 2521. See me about these. A 3 room cottage and a double house of 4 rooms each side, on a 100x127 fool corner lot on carlin^, on south side, all rent tor $80,00 per month will SSVor $1500 SNAP. W.J. Phone 807 Over First National Bank t/Fnn? "I For 1913 are now ready. Plain and sen nit braids in mensions at GORDON STRAWS $3.00 Xiggfe OTHERS $1.00 TO $2.50 Jllfir PAN A MAS $5 TO $8. F. HOLMES & CO. 100-102 BROADWAY TO MANNING. Miss Maggie Randkleo left for Man ning this morning where she was placed in a position as stenographer in the office of Alf. Nelson, state's at torney, by Aaker's Business college. Business men in the western as well as the eastern part of the state come to the A. B. €. for office help.—Advt. MILK CUSTOMERS Phon® 873-L YOUR FILMS Print and JVlouut We are agents for KODAKS and Supplies. Mail us your Work. THE CUNDBERG CO, Fargo, D. n ,v .' i- •, tiirls to operate power sewing machines. Experience unneces sary. Phone 33-L or call at 108 112 5th St. So., Moorhead, Minn. A. J. Wright & Sons Cut FI©w Plants, 7 rooms, full basement, new furnace, sewer, water, bath, gas and elec tric lights, hardwood floors. ^fJast front lot, close to school and car line, a aseal snap 4, $4,200 pee This. MONEY TO LOAN FIRE INSURANCE The First K ,,r- wm*-1 ki 6sw» [son :y Company PHONE 125 OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE El BlORAL DESIGNS ON SHORT XOTlCBi Ont-of-town Orders Given Special Attention. Bead for Catalogue or Price Lltt of Cat Flowers. ut i»i n 11 itifMii 11111 ii i tTi nfiTi iTTTntTrnTTmTnutM ti IIIIIII ms FAKGO FORUM all di ARE WANTED I can supply a few customers in the Island park neighborhood with fresh bottled milk and cream. Island Park Dairy, Phone 1167-Call 7. —Advt. J. E. RICE. UNDERTAKER Pictures framed fine and cheap. Phone 87, South Broadway, Fargo, N. I. —Advt. Haxby & iiuespie Architects and Superintendents 6% Broadway Fargo, N. D. M. A. HAGEN-NEWTON CO. Kodaks, Films and Photo Supplies. Printing and Developing. 8 Broadway Fargo, N. D. H6NE 414 Established over quarter century, STORE: I Brradwny and Front St G.R.EKNI10USES S&ljfhiJi Street So. [odern House For Sale ectioijk'ewith banking that it Is one used :s» frequently in .co is apt to lose its force. But the officers and employes of the First National Bank make it a point to have its service so distinctive and helpful that the word has a real meaning to every depositor. The officers of the First National Bank invite any who are intent on building their financial resources to test the quality of service this bank offers them. v of Fargo l-l:IxX- Tfct Oldest Bank In Worth Daktto V', -f"'- a ^7 i. .. 6^, rAOT NANCE CITY ATTORNEY SMITH AND COMMISSIONER BLAKEMORE WILL EXAMINE ORDINANCE BE FORE VOTE IS TAKEN—CRUM, FRAME, McKELLAR HEARD. By special order the new city gas ordiance, defining nuisances, was pre sented to the board of city commis sioners this morning for its second reading. Attorneys for both sides of the question appeared and upheld their claims. Taylor Crum, representing the residents of the Fifth ward in the Immediate vicinity, spoke in favor of the new ordinance. John S. Frame of Engerud, Holt & Frame, defended the rights of the Union Light, Heat & Power Co. Mr. Crum cited numerous outhori ties, including decisions of the United States supreme court and other state supreme courts, giving municipalities the right to enact ordinances declaring what are nuisances. He contended the gas containers in the Fifth ward were nuisances to the residents of that section of the city and that they endangered life and were a menace to public comfort. Supporting Mr. Crum, Nick McKel lar, former alderman from the Fifth word, appeared before the board an swering the argument of J. W. Smith who appeared in person last Friday morning. Mr. Frame asked for the careful consideration of the new ordinance, filed a brief with the commission and suggested that some thoroughly com petent and disinterested party be nam ed to give the ordinance an examina tion. Mr. Frame felt gross injustice was being done the Union Light, Heat & Power Co., in being deprived of its right of operation in a district where it was located first. He said the com pany was agreed to do anything to make the plant less a nuisance and already plans for an independent sewerage system were under con templation. The ordinance was declared on its second reading and before final action was taken, it was referred to City At torney Smith and Commissioner Blakemore for examinatln, with the request that It be presented to the board on Friday, at which time Mr. Crum will file his brief in answer to that of Mr. Frame. Alter Council Chamber. The contract for the alteration of the old council chamber which Is to be revised- for use as the municipal court, was awarded to Bowers Bros, for $172. The revision will consist of two partitions dividing the present cham ber In two, and subdividing the rear section into two rooms to be used as retiring rooms for the magistrate and the different attorneys for consulta tion with witnesses. em HP A TEST OUT OF THE NEW INVEN TION TOOK PLACE AT THE OR PHEUM THEATRE THIS MORN ING AND THEY ARE WORKING IN PERFECT MANNER. The new talking pictures that have been introduced in the Orpheum the atre were given a tryout this morning and found to work perfectly. A spe cially prepared machine for throwing the pictures has been placed In the house in the machine loft in the gallery. This is equipped by a series of about forty pulleys which run from the ma chine through the house to the im mense phonograph, which has been placed in the stage, but hidden from sight. Over these pulleys run two heavy silk and linen threads, which pull the phonograph as the pictures are shown, the whole making a perfect iihision, as though the people in the pictures were actually singing or talk ing. ft took the better part of two days to get the machinery into working or der, but it will certainly prove to be an attraction. One of the raptures which was shown was that of a lecturer delivering an address on the Edison picture busi ness and his talk and gestures were shown. Another of the pictures is a full fledged minstrel show, the first part, showing the men In the circle, the orchestra, and while the men are going through their antics, the singing and other music are presented by the plmnograp^. It is a wonderful inven tion and Manager Fowler is very much pleased that he is the first in this state to introduce it. The old moving picture favorite, Johnny Bunny, is shown at the Bijou today in There is Music in the Hair. This is a first class comedy picture and Bunny is as funny as usual. He will make the oldest crank and dis peptic laugh. If We Only Knew is one of the best movies shown in Far go for some time. The Pathe Weekly has some very interesting*scenes this week. The Suffragettes Parade at Washington and the march up Penn* sylvanla avenue is shown with the other usual events of interest. The Bijou will have the coolest theatre in the city this summer. New wall elec tric fans are being installed for the comfort of the patrons, and other conveniences also. If you wish to spend a good hour of rest and enjoy ment there is no better place in the city than the popular Bijou. Admis sion is always the same popular price.. —Advt. Economical men can save a shirt by purchasing three of these famous DuVal shirts we are offering during the next two days for 79c each, de Lendrecie's furnishing goods section. —Advt. Coroners Jury Found Infant Came to Death By Hand of Its Mothers Woman Now Awaits Trial. The coroner's jury, held Saturday afternoon, held that the 11-days-old infant given carbolic acid was mur dered by its mother, Olga Stansrud, who claims to be from Fergus Falls, Minn. The woman is now awaiting trial in the Florence Crittenton home, where she was placed by Sheriff Ross under the custody of Miss Topping, an offi cer of the court. Word from Fergus Falls was re ceived Saturday afternoon to the ef fect that thew oman was unknown in that city, but that It was. probable she lived in the general vicinity. R. M. Pollock will defend her at her v£qM in district court. .v DAILY REPUBLICAN1, MONDAY EVENING,- MAY 26, 1913. ______ UNIQUE BOOKLET IN FORM OF SLATE SENT OUT BY RECORD ER ARVOLD AND PRINTED BY WALKER BROS. & HARDY AT TRACT!NG MUCH ATTENTION. Of all of the many unique announce-* ments of the local temple of the Shrine that have been compiled and prepared by Recorder Arvold the one that tells of the big ceremonial session of June 6. the week of the Masonic home-com ing, is attracting the greatest amount of attention. The announcement is from the printing house of Walker Bros. & Hardy and shows the handi work of Capt. Frank Gage, the super intendent of the plant It Is in the form of a slate and on the back of It is written in a child's hand the an nouncement and advises all to attend. The "slate" Is a printed booklet, with the string attached and is a marvel of the art of all art preservative. In child's language and spelling the en tire story of the big day Is told, and is supposed to have been written by the youngster to the head of the house. On the second page Is a list of the of ficers of the divan and on the third is the definition of reading, together with the affairs that will interest the faith ful. The fourth page is given over to writing and continues on through the day's diversions. The fifth page tells about arithmetic, together with some problems in higher mathematics which alone can be solved by the initiated. The sixth page contains several fine portraits of the officers, including E. Y. Sarles of Hillsboro, the illustrious potentate Charles R. Stone, the chief rabban Capt. Frank Gage, the assist ant rabban F. Leland Watkins, ori ental guide, and as a guide under such circumstances he is worthy than none James McGulgan, high priest, whose religious instructions on such occasion cannot be followed too close ly Fred A. Irish, who sees that the money Is properly distributed, and Al fred Arvold, the recorder, who Is re sponsible for most of the stunts that end in trouble for the candidates. On the seventh page there is a pic ture of a huge camel, whose inwards appear to hold 'a handsome or other wise picture of Mr. Sarles, while on each corner of the page are portraits of A. D. Grant, W. L. Richards, H. C. Plumley and John Frank Treat, past imperial potentate, all high officials, and who were delegates to the recent imperial shrine in Dallas. The eighth page is given over to the study of geography, and is filled with splendid information that candidates should avoid as they journey the des ert if they would avoid the burning sands and other pitfalls made and pro vided for them. The ninth page is given over to the examination which always Is given when an initiation takes place and it might be well for the pilgrims to scan this thoroughly in order to determine whether or not there may be some hidden matters they should know. The tenth page is given over to a description of the musical features of the day and eveniner and this will show that the Shrine band is all in working order. The final page, which is also done in slate form ends In this way, also in a child's writing: "A smile is personal property, everybody owns it It Is something the assessor can't tax. Why not make more use of It." It is a well written announcement and is nicely printed and will be sure to attract a great deal of attention and will be kept for many years as a souvenir. Great Preparations Being Made. Great preparations are being made for the entertainment of the city's visitors next week. It is expected that next week will see more visitors and sight seers in the city than at any previous time. Of course the city itself will present a gala appearance and the people themselves are taking it on themselves to be looking neat and trim. Ted Evanson has been busy for the past few weeks taking orders for new clothes to be delivered the first of the week. There Is'still time left for everyone to get a new suit by the middle of next week if they will drop in and see Ted tomorrow. Ha is giving them good values too In his $25 and $3T) suits. As one man re marked "I get more value in one of Ted's $25 suits than most tailors give in more highly priced clothes." A correct showing of new summer styles and fabrics. Ted is located at 407 N. P. avenue, Fargo. —Advt "If it comes from Sundberg's it,must be good." Don't Worry About It Maybe they're not half so particular as you think. Just as likely as not some little thing", just to show that you wish to be remembered by them will do. No matter now trifling' or how valuable a Wedding Present you wish to make, we can help you select it. We'rd perfectly willing: to show you everything" in the store, too, if necessary. Whatever you get will be the best for the price in this city. Today on Pickard China and Cut Glass. THE SUNDBERG CO. LEADING JEWELERS 72 Broadway Fargo, N. D." Phone 696 •*. If FF* EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD *R6 GRAMME BY GIRL'S GLEE UN DER DIRECTION OF PROF. A. J. STEPHENS IN FARGO COLLEGE CHAPEL. The -Girl's Glee club of Fargo col lege gave an exceptional programme Saturday evening, one that was a sur prise to the entire audience. The so prano section contains excellent ma terial and the lower section was solid and clear In tone. The young ladies, sixteen in num ber, looked very beautiful as they sat in their places on the platform, attir ed in white. The remarkable fact was that no director was in sight. Pro fessor Stephens, who so ably directed them in practice, drilled them to ap pear in this way, taking their cues from one of their own number., The attacks and holds were well executed, and the ensemble effects clear and harmonious. Directly preceding the programme the young ladles presented Mr. Steph ens with a pair of solid gold cuff links as a sign of their appreciation for his faithful work this year, and with a re quest that he decline his offer for an other position, and remain at Fargo college. Mrs. CJson charmed the audience with her birdlike songs and was com pelled to respond several times to en cores. Mr. Stephens and Clair Cod ding captivated the listeners In the first number of part two, when they accompanied the singers in Elgar's Snow on their violins. They were compelled to repeat the entire num ber. It was the unanimous opinion of everyone present that this programme should be rendered again, in order that the public might hear it. The work was indeed remarkable for such a combination and if given later would draw a large crowd. THE PROGRAMME. Part I. 1—Orpheus with His Lute.. ^.... Ricci Serenade from "LeRoi l'a'dit" .. Deliebes 2—The Gondolier's Song Graben-Hoffman The City Choir ............. Parks 3—Love's Echo Newton Arie from Romeo and Juliette... Ah, Fors'eLui (La Traviata), Verdi Cora Hanson-Olson 8—Spring Borgh IELIVEIIED TALK ADDRESSED THE MEN OF THE Y. M. C. A. ON LIFE'S SUPREME MOMENTS AND HE WAS MOST ELOQUENT VERY LARGE AT TENDANCE HEARD REMARKS. An appreciative body of*men listen ed to Dr. J. M. Walters yesterday af ternoon at the Y. M. C. A., when he talked on the subject Life's Supreme Moments. The speaker showed how In the life of men and nations came the day of decision and the day of Opportunity, and by a number of ex amples from history he pointed out how different nations had neglected and rejected God and had missed their opportunity at the supreme moment. He said, "God cannot do much with man or nation when they think more of pleasure or social affairs than of patriotism, honor or duty". "The his tory of nations has been a repetition of the Hebrews in the rejection of Jesus Christ where they have reject ed Him there has always been failure." In the same way he showed how im portant it was for every young man to choose right and not let the su preme moment pass by without mak ing the right decision. O. M. Varnson sang a solo which was enjoyed by all. We Buy Scrap Iron. Carload lots a specialty. Corre spondence given prompt attention. Fargo Iron & Metal Co., Fargo, N. D.— Advt. GIRL WANTED. One of the helpers in the advertis ing department of Dakota Business College will complete course and go to a position soon. We want an other young lady to take her place— will teach her typewriting and office work in exchange for her labor. Apply at once.—Advertising. Gaited saddle horse, stylish .actor. W. P. Stone, Crookston, Minn. Advt. MESSENGER SERVICE AND AUTO LIVER* Phone 2748-J Day or Night. Call'# it room hftuSe, fully modern, east front, 50x150, 10th street north must be sold at once owner in town for ten days only. Phone SmJ noaBe 8 $4.50 Iron bed, 1-1-UF- post, hrara knobs, Tues- A ||||f||j fcellPC® day $5.00 Iron bed, neatly trimmed with brass, CTJb afto 15* V•If'ill Tuesday ........ $7.85 Iron foedi "lias beautiful panels, 15 |H||ri| Tuesday "i .. ..... ... .vJ" O W $10.00 Iron Bed, Vernis IMnrtm with continuous post. E* Tuesday ObwII* $8.50 Iron Bed, Vernis rUnrlin with continuous post, iPlffll Tuesday CUP $8.50 Iron Bed, white continuous post WB !"'^d Gounod Cora Hanson-Olson. 4—One Spring Morning Nevin Romance of a Cakeshop ...Osborne Part I 5—The Snow Elgar Violins—Messrs. Stephens and Codding 6—Nursery Ryhme Suite ....Custance 7—O Bird of Love Divine Wood J.VV\ ii fore V v Next Sunday Dean Brown of Fargo college will speak at the men's meet ing at the same hour. The prettiest patterns and a full range of sizes in the assortment of Du Val shirts which we are now selling at 79c. Every man ought to make a rush for these bargains. deLendrecie's fur nishing goods section.—Advt, Garnishee Suit. Garnishment proceedings Involving a sum of money on deposit with the clerk of the district court were heard in district court this morning before Judge Pollock. Action was brought by George I. Churchill and George Beli. Leonard Weicker, et al. are the de fendants. All are Casselton parties. S. B. Bartlett and J. F. Callahan are the opposing attorneys in the case. it** 1'' ii? S4©©© E W'A On Tuesday only we are gfoingf t© place on sale about 18 Genuine Brass, Iron and Steel Bedsteads. These beds are taken fr®m a sample line that are slightly shopworn but can easily be retouched. See the south wiadew display. Be on hand early Tues day-morning—then you get first choice. A/E Cannon, 110 Broadway, 'What we say it is, IT IS.' 1 V A & ^11.50 Iron Bed, blue and white, large arid massive, 4KI jgj® Tuesday OhaiII $14.00 Chliless still bed, seven fil- Tuesday TT— 1- JirfeO with the Trade Mark shown below and the name Ostermoor In th^Jbindlng,andon the end of the mattress,r V ,.( COME TO OUR' STORE! I That Trade Mark is a GUJSQANTEE of the & up re me comfort and restfulness for a lifetime, with* I out 1 W4 remaking or renovaU 4x6 4x0 New location 211-218 Br'dway &15.00 $13,35 $11.70 $10.00 S«ld exclusively in Fargo by & Lumber Dealer Doors, Windows& Interior Finish Cor. Front and 12 St. So. Telephone 38S „............. 8®50 $9.50 Iron Bed,*24nch Vornis Mar- Tuesday. «......... .. fill IS cn $9.25 Iron-Bed, 2-incb post, Vornis Martin, •TP Tuesday a •ftssiji $12.50 Genuine Brass Bed, 2-Inch Tuesday 8«60 ,I' N I N- »,r AJkmrn rn For the graduate or bride, can best be selected at this store. She will appreciate such articles as! Watches, Lavalliers, Bracelets, Rings, Necklaces, Pins, Lockets, Neck Chains, Fobs, Etc. Come in and see our line be lying. There is & h&ppy surprise in store for you JEWELER A N OPTICIAN FARGO, N. D. 4 Farao. N. Dak.