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v f.:lm ••». Of fifty suit patterns for $30 former price $40 to $45. Your choice of nine unclaimed suits 22.50 to $25. We are closing out these goods at a loss, but don't worry, come and take them away. Orders filled on three days' notice. M. L. Lasson & Co., Tailors. —Advt. WITH FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Miss Fern Robbins of Dakota Busi ness College has just been sent to a position as stenographer for the First National bank of this city. Out of fifty-three people employed by the banks of Fargo, forty-nine attended the D. B. C.—685 banks outside of Far go employ these pupils—good adver tising. We Buy Scrap Iron. Carload lots a specialty. Corre spondence given prompt attention. Fargo Iron & Metal Co., Fargo, N. D. —Advt I Putnam's South Side Lot 50x140 feet, cement walks, handy J* to school and car line, only $700 I t*£l Slimmer You can just as well have an extra vacation suit at a big saving. Our entire stock of Hart Schaffner & Marx suits, except blue and black, now reduced to $15 .00 All other suits in our stock, $12 to #18 values, now $10.00 Knox Straws $2.50 All others half price. Regal Oxfords $2.50 All goods in this sale sold for cash only. Store open until 10 o'clock Saturday evening. J. F. HOL Band Will play at the Races TOMORROW AT 2 *&• and on small cash payment. If you want a good lot see this. Hodgson Realty Company Phone 125 Opp. Postoffice OLDEST BANK" IN NORTH DAKOTA ihsm There are the best of Lt^easons why you should have a checking account or a C. D. with the First National Bank. In doing so you have the protection of a Na tional bank for your funds you have the op portunity to conserve and build up your financial re sources, and you have the friendly assistance of the bank's officers in investi gating your funds and in the business problems which are always coining up. .- V This bank desii-es ydur account, large or small, and asks that you have no hesitation at beginning your relations here. 1IMOML BANK ..-OF FARGO., y 100-102 BROADWAY IEDMAN THE SPEAKER He Will Talk on Sunday Next at the Men's Meeting at the Y. M« C. A. Building. N. L. Redman will be the speaker at the men s meeting at the Y. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock- Mr. Redman's subject will be The Four Kingdoms." In this address Mr. Red man will endeavor to bring before young men four illustrative outlooks in life. Miss Fern Crothers Is to sing a special selection by request, Oh, Lord Be Merciful, by Bartlett. Dr. Herbert G. Leonard of Minne apolis is expected to be the speaker of Sunday, July 27. They are mild, tender and juicy. They are always uniform in quality. They are the Acme of Pfcrffeetion Morrell's "Dakota Pride" Hams and Kacon.—Advt. $21OO A good 7 room house on the north side, two blocks to car line, lot 50x83, brick foundation, cellar, cistern, good lawn, shade trees, cement walk. Terms $500 cash, balance in monthly pay ments. (1126). 1300 A six room house, lot 20x100, lawn, walk, shade trees,' one block from school, close in to I the business center. Price $1, 300. Terms, $400 cash, balance in monthly payments of $20 each. (1148). §21OO For an 8 room house on cement foundation on north side lot 46x140 feet, shade trees, walk —close to school. Terms, $600 cash, balance .in $25 monthly payments. (1147). $1700 Buys a good six room new cot tage on concrete foundation, one half block to car line, one and a half blocks to Broadway. Terms, $350 cash, balance in monthly payments. (1138). The Amerland Co. PHONE 670 Phone 670 606 N. P. Ave. Real Estate! Bungalow—6 rooms, full basement, furnace, bath, gas, electric lights, sew er and water, cistern, maple floors, porch and lawn, 50x140 east front lot on terms, for $3,150. No. 3233. New house—6 rooms, full basement, cistern, maple floors, porch, small trees, lawn, cement walk, S2.400. No. 3235. Fire and Tornado Insurant'' Money to Loan W. J. Lane Phone 807 Over First National Bank WW? $3,000 buys a 7 room (and bath) modern house—No. 622 Tenth Ave North. Easy terms. Must be sold at once, H.P.LO LAING BUILDING Copyright Mart Schiffher & M«rx 4 AIBANG11IQK TRACTOR SCHOOL THE BOARD WILL LIVELY HOLD A MEETING THIS AFTERNOON TO PERFECT ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE blG INSTITUTION THAT WILL BEGIN NEXT FALL. The board of the Y. M. C. A. will likely hold a meeting this afternoon when they will take up the subject of the tractor school which will be start ed here in the early fall. So great is the interest in the school that it will be necessary to hire other instructors, as Mr. Pixler, the educational instructor and secre tary will graduate this year and he must give more of his attention to the college studies. It is believed that it will be neces sary to hire one or mere competent instructors to assist in the work of the big school. There seems to be a great interest in this and letters have been received from all parts of the country. It is easily expected that there will be at least 200 members present in the school and already the officers are working hard at the formation. A meeting' of the board this afternoon will likely remedy the trouble by secur ing more Instructors who will be here in time to begin the school. HELD ELEC1I0N FINE SET OF OFFICERS WERE ELECTED TO THIS HIGH BODY OF MASONRY AT THE ANNUAL ELECTION—THEY WILL HOLD POSITIONS UNTIL JULY, 1914. The Fargo council of the Knights of Kadosh. one of the bodies belonging to the Scottish Rites, has held its an nual election and there was a good .attendance at the meeting which was full of interest. The following is the result of the election: Commander—La Rue Buxton. First Lieutenant—August Roberts. Second Lieutenant—Clarence- S. Putnam. Chancellor—Harry H. Wheeler. Orator—John Peter Hardy. Almoner—George Rusk. Recorder—Sylvester J. Hill. Treasurer—Myron A. Baldwin. Following the election there was a social hour which was enjoyed very pleasantly by the members who were present. The officers elected will hold heir position until the election next I'uly, 1914. and the council is in first class working order and constantly taking in new material.! THAT HD05E PSCfllC Tfcie Public ln General Is Invited Out to Oak Grove Park on Sunday to Be at Picnic. The Loyal Order of the Moose hope that there will be a large attendance at their first annual picnic which will take place next Sunday at Oak grove park, for they hereby extend an invi tation to all their friends to turn out and assist in making it pleasant. There will be special cars running to the park, and ample accommodation will be had for all who desire to at tend, and there will be sports of var ious kinds in addition to music by the band for the occasion. There will be refreshments served during the after noon at a moderate price and every ar rangement for having a good time will be made. The boys hope that there will be a large attendance all through the day. LAW LIBMRY FORSALE Poor health compels sale of a good working law library of nearly 1,000 volumes, office furniture and law prac tice. Inquire of A. Roberts, Fargo, N. IV y, woffling People i/f Hope Annoyed by'Worms gating Vegetables—Interfered With Trains. A report comes from Hope that a worm closely resembling the army worm is at work at Hojpe, N. D., and rhat the people are losing a great many of their vegetables, which are btiing eaten by the pests. It is said that a passenger train was stopped to 1 How an army of worms to passe over the track as it was impossible to pro ceed when the insects were crushed on the rails*. JTHE, FAKGO PORTJM AKB i)AILY' HEPUBLICA%- FRIDAY ••EVENTKG, JffliY 18, Wli- ON APfHTDI PROMINENT. FARGO BANKEF SPEAKS OF PRESIDENT WIL SON'S SELECTION OF ALBERT SCHMEDEMANN A8 MINISTER TO NORWAY. "It is very important," said Banker Hagen, of the Scandinavian-Americnn bank, this morning in speaking of the appointment of Mr. Schedemann of Madison, Wis., by President Wilson as minister' to Norway, "that America send the very best man she can find for this very important post. I do does not fill the bill, it certainly ing in regard to the man who has THE BIG SPREAD not know the appointee who has stirred up great discussion all over the coun try. I do know Lauritz Swenson, who is to retire, for his appointment was looked upon as a good one, and he is a graduate of Madison. "I think politics have entered info the appointment and this is something that should not'be, because Norway is the seat of learning and the people there look to the United States as a place of learning and the very best kind of a man possible should be sent there, one who would be a shinim light. "Nomvay is highly cultured and she can notice when things are not ex actly right and as they should be- She looks up to the United States as a country of great possibilities for her people and it won't do to send'anyone there but the best. "Our liberal institutions are always looked up to by the people of Norw.i and should a man be sent there is a delicate question and I am glad that the people are taking an interest in ii.-' ORPHEUS HAS A GREAT BANQUET IT W4.S TO CELEBRATE THE RE CENT^ VICTORY AS WELL AS TO GIVE HONOR TO DR. KJELLAND, vfrHO WAS AN HONOR GUJQST AT The Orpheus Singing society of this city had a.delightful time last night at the Prescott hotel when the members had for their guest Dr. J. S. Kjelland of Crookston who is vice president of the society that recently gave the con test which, was won by the Orpheus. The banquet was for two purposes, to show honor to the visitor as well as to celebrate the. victory of winning the cup. The prize was won at the big sanger fest of the Red River Valley society and was an interesting contest and was well attended and there was an at tendance of about fifty persons at the banquet which was held at the hotel parlors and was greatly enjoyed. Man ager Letford had everything nicely ar ranged and there was a good pro gramme of toasts which were listened to with attention and the service was excellent. Several songs were rendered by the society which were very much appre ciated and Dr. Kjelland made a neat address which was much appreciated. In fact, it was one of the best meetings that the society has ever held and was pleasing to all, and will long be.re membered by all who were in attend ance and the house was given a vote of thanks for its work and service. sim run RETURNED They Left in An Automobile and Then Took a Boat Ride or Two* Going ---as Far Away as Detroit. Wi"1/V. Smith and his party hia.ve re turned from their summer outing and the members of the party were very much pleased with all that took place. In the party were two daughters of Mr. Smith. Misses Pearl and Hazel, and his nephew. Walter, all of this city, and they traveled by auto and boat and Saw a great deal of the country while on their travels. They went to St. Paul first and from there to Dubuque, la., and from there they went to Detroit. Here they took the boat and made a trip to Duluth and they enjoyed every minute of the time absent from the city, "We did not have a mishap," said Mr. Smith, "dur ing the entire time we were away, but everything went along nicely and I want to teill you that this is the way to thoroughly enjoy a summer outing. The boat ride from Detroit to Duluth was greatly enjoyed and every mem ber of the party had a good time. I certainly enjoyed my share all the time we weire away." A New loveftticx The American Spring Tire, which has all the advantages of both solid and pneumatic, without the draw backs of either. I &• American Bpring Tires are as re silient as pneumatics without the punctures, pumping, blowouts, wearouts, repairs and loss of time. They are as durable as solid tires, without the severe vibration to the truck's mechanism. They eliminate the bumping, jumping and rattle of the truck and actually save one half on the maintenance costs., Agents wanted for every county in the states of Minnesota, North and South Dakota and Montana, Also Canadian Patent .for sale, For particulars write to American Spring lire Co. Lock Box 374 Fargo, N. D. swSsS The who will not give us the standing we are en titled to have. Of course I know noth been named, but I hope that it will turn out right. "I do not know whether there have been any letters sertt to President Wil son from here, but it is likely that if there haven't been there will be. It Men's fine shoes, such as Stacy Adams, Nettle ton, Stetson, Reed and Commonwealth shoes all at rock bottom' prices. No better shOWr made than these." j-—. Facte SEE PlfflfciiiM sells tickets Chicago to New York and return, $27. Boston and return. $26. Reduced rates to other eastern points. Also variable routes. Liberal stop overs. Inquire of local agent, or write, John Y. Calahan. A. G. P. A* 66 W. Adams St.,: Chicago. i Morrell's "Dakota Priae*' 'Hainsf and Bacon appeal to discriminating house Wives.—Advt. PRE-FALL SCHOOL. Dakota Business .College is now starting pupils for the fall course of Study. There is a big advantage to be gained by entering school now—ready for a position just a month "ahead of the crowd". Pupils can also have more individual help now. Better think it over and enroll at once—publicity. 1 'Ifck :-",v _.r If in need o£ anything in the line of printing call 53. lokensgard Printing Co. 515 SECOND AVE to J. ji. ROHAN, Agent, 55 Broadway FARGO, N. p, kfu iY TLEB FACT J. H. KURTZMAN' Are you going to retire from business or are you just adver tising a CLOSING OUT SALE just to reduce your stock? THAT'S THE QUESTION A great many of my patrons ask me and my reply to one and all is that my stock will absolutely BE CLOiiPED OUT As soon as possibje. My advertisements do not misrepresent prices in any way, my health will not permit my continuing in businpss. Are Before This sale will continue at the same low prices until every pair of shoes are sold, or stock sold in bulk. Men's and Women's Shoes—$1.00 Shoes, $1.45 Shoes, $1.98 Shoes on Sale Every Day. WITH N. P. RY. Mr. ,C. Nelson who has been taking a course of business training in book keeping and shorthand at Aaker's Business college has secured a posi tion with N. P. Ry. Co. at Dilworth. Day after day, week after week, these A. B. C. students go into responsible positions, because they are prepared. Preparation has become the magio wand, do you need it? —Advt TH^ Fargo ^^.otionsering fix- change will Auction or exchange anything, anywhere. P. O. Box 715. Phono 1770-J. Five Motorcycle Race A I O U N S Tomorrow S* COUNTY BONDS TO YIELD 5% NET Legal for Trust Funds and Postal Savings. Circular mailed up de quest. O. O. KALMAN & CO. Pioneer Bldg., St Paul, Minn. SPECIAL FAKES r^ A! N o a k o a S a e a i "IGR'AND fOKKS, IN. D. VyvJ.uly. 23-26 1913 'J For the accomodation of those who desire to visit the North Dakota State Fair, the Great Northern Railway will place special round trip tickets on sale at reduced fares daily from July 21-26. Tickets will bear final return limit of July 28, Plan to attend this largest and independent fair in the Northwest this year. The largest exhibition of registered horses ever seen in North Dakota will be shown. Special exhibition of dairy and beef cattle, hogs and sheep. Irwin Bros. Real Cheyenne Wild West cShow, 80'cars, thrilling and spectacular exhibition of horsemanship, -if For detailed information regarding train service, call on your T-ocal Agent ,* i, i" -a You Women's fine shoes, ox fords and pumps. The leading styles made by Utz & Dunn, Krippen dorf & Dittman, John Kelly, and Selby Shoe Co., all at special sale prices. Sizes getting lower every day. Come early and get a lit. KM IKE We Develop SALE Mark & Mark- will hold another great horse sale a,t their yard in this city beginning next Saturday and con tinuing until they are disposed of. They will have ten carloads of the best, horses thesy have ever brought to Fargo. They consist of broken and unbroken horses and mares and are all large flat-boned stuff, just the right size for the farmers of this section. In a letter Mr. E. Z. Mark sa ys that this invoice of horses will make the people opem their eyes and bidders should be on hand when the sale starts. This will be a good chanco to secure a single animal or a carload at a big saving over usual prices. Re member the place and datev Saturday July 19, at the Mark Sales Yard, foot of N. P. avenue, Fargo, N. D.,—Advt We are agents for KODAKS and Supplies. Mall us your Work THE SUNDBERG CO., Fargo, N, D, or sale Absolutely Modem Residence Desirable location on Southside, east front, screened porch, maple floors throughout, newly decorated throughout, full basement 7% feet deep, cement basement tioor, rear vestibule, warm air heat, plumbing complete with an instantaneous water heater in the bath room, lot 50x140 with an alley In rear. Call at 1103 6th St. So. Phone 1839-J or 1084. i+. A, NOBLE. General Passenger Agent it vVf, a 4, •i-J.1 v 5\ V ST. PAUL, MINN.