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Copyright H»rt Schaffher & Man:
STORM WINDOWS
Now is tho time to get the storm
windows fixed up for winter. Don't
Tvait till the cold weather arrives
fix them up now. We sell window
Klass, putty, paints and brushes.
North Dakota Decorating Co.,
Broadway. Phone 609.—Advt.
WITH INTERIOR.
Mr. Fuller of Interior Lumber Co.,
(Asked Dakota Business college to re
commend a competent office woman
and a pupil was this morning sent to
the position, making four graduates
Vitli the firm. The best offices in all
lines of business employ them—good
advertising.
l»tU' iiutlak lioiHliiiitt lit buim,
HA GEN-NEWTON CO.
llua left before 9 a. m. developed
,~,J MI-URN* 1
We Buy Scrap Iron.
Carload lots a specialty. Corre
spondence given prompt attention,
fargo Iron & Metal Co.. Fargo, N. D.
—Advt.
ftlnm. We nre nj*ent* for Kodaka and
SlippHf*. MatI us your work. The
Sttadbrrz Co.. F'nrjio. IV. I).
supper
KSSfiS
FOR
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#*hone 807 Over 1st Nat'l Bank
OLDEST BANK
IN NORTH DAKOTA
Should you have a fire
you will want to place
your hands on your poli
cies without a hunt
should you want to sell
some property you will
need the abstract and oth
er papers at once you
have various other papers
which you will need
promptly in certain emerg
encies. Do you know where
th«y' all are?
Be ready for emergen
cies* There's one way to
do It—have a Safe Deposit
Box at the First National
Bank for all
your
papers.
Hart
We develop, print and mount your f^Id for his second recital the day of
SALE
Bungalow on Northside, has rooms,
full basement, furnace cisi~rn, lights,
gap, sewer, water, maple floors, porch,
trees, lawn, cement A 11 a ffc
walks, east front .... ^vOOU
pood house of 7 rooms, full basement,
§iat water heat, cistern, sewer, water,
i}ath, gas, lights, maple floors, porch,
trees, lawn, tile walks, east front
8SP±.C: $4800
W.J. Lane'
PETERSON'S LIVERY BARN
private
NATIONAL
fARGO
ESBMSW
This is one of the ffPVFR PrAMF
new fall 1913 models
a good all around coat,
single breasted shawl
collar.
If you walk to busi
ness, here's the coat
for you.
Schaffner
& Marx
made it. Young and
old business men, col
lege men, lots of men
are wearing this coat
for fall.
J. F. Holmes & Co.
IOO-IO2-BROADWAY
This store Is the home of
Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes.
306
PADEREWSKI
POTENT AS EM
GREAT PIANIST HAS ENTIRELY
RECOVERED FROM HIS GRIP
TROUBLES—NEW YORK SUN
COMMENTS ON THE GREAT
POLE'S PLAYING.
The New York Sun (Sunday): Mr.
Paderewski has entirely recovered from
his recent illness and is to giva his
second New York recital In Carnegie
hall next Saturday afternoon, Nov. 15,
at 2:30 o'clock. Since he played in
Aeolian hall he has given concerts in
Buffalo, Worcester, Mass., and Boston,
aim these have shown, if anything was
needed after Aeolian hall, that the
Paderewski speJJ is as potent us ever.
In Boston Symphony hall, which has
practically the same capacity as Car
negie hall, was completely sold out in
one day and tho greater part, of it was
its announcement. Carnegie hall will,
of course, be sold, for comparatively
few were able to hear him at his first
recital. His programme is soon to be
announced.
ANOTHER FAMILY
Is moving to Fargo today to place two
sous in Dakota Business college. Not
tlx) boarding house keeper alone but
tli') real estate interests and business
:ierally realize great profit from the
0'»
or 700 pupils who attend D. B. C.
i^ch year—they should reciprocate—
i blicitv.
On First Mortgage on Fargo City
Property. W. J. Lane, First National
Bank Bui -ling.
Apples! Apples!
If you want to get your good winter
apples at $1.60 per basket, come at
once to N. Pv tracks on 4th street
crossing. Delivered free in Moor he id
and Fargo. Phone 586.
FIRST CLASS RIGS
•Carriages for All Occasions
Day or Night Calls
101 FIFTH ST. NO, PHONE 502
Fargo Baggage
& Transfer Line
J. P. COLEMAN, PROP.
122 Roberts St., Fargo, N. D. Phone
3^5 when in need of quick service in
this work. "Courtesy and Service."
N. D. Weaving
Now' is the time to have your fall
weaving done, before the holiday rush.
N. D. WEAVING CO.
1421 Fifth Ave. S. Phone 2155-L
THE LADIES OF THE BAP­
TIST CHURCH WILL HAVE A
RUMMAGE SALE AT 407 N.
P. AVENUE, NOV. 14 AND 15
House
Snaps
Neat 7 room house on 2nd Ave.
So.—cellar, lights, newly decor
ated, cement walks. House is
well built. Lot 50x140 IV-oi. Kasv
o n S
Good 6 room house, with brick
foundation, maple floors, electric
lights. Good lot. $250 cash, bal
ance monthly.
Only rt- r- ...
HOT W I
tR
I *.
CROOK IMPERSONATED PARMER
AND ORDERED WIFE'S TOMB
STONE, THEN ASKED FOR LOAN
OF $5 TELEPHONE LOCATED
FARMER AT HOME.
A man giving his name as N. J.
Hetland walked into the office of the
Dakota Monument Co., yesterday and
asked to look at some monuments. He
said that he was a farmer near Hope,
and that he wished the tombstone to
place over the grave of his wife.
The stranger looked the monuments
over very carefully, and talked intelli
gently of the quality of the stone, the
design, etc. He took his time, and
finally selected a stone valued at $550.
He gave careful directions as to the
cutting of it, etc., and said he would
have his men take it from the train
to the cemetery.
Then, the transaction completed, he
said that he was short of money, be
ing in town with a carload of horses,
and requested that the monument
company advance him $5. He would
return the amount, and send a check
for the monument, he said, when he
got back to Hope.
He was told that if he would return
in an hour or two they would have
tWe money for him. He promised to
do so, and, in tho meantime, the bank
at Hope was called by telephone. They
said that there was a farmer by that
name living near Hope, and gave a
description of the man which tallied
with that of the stranger, except that
Hetland had a finger missing, and the
stranger did not.
The banker had not heard, however,
that Hetland had lost his wife, nor
that he was in Fargo. He was then
located on his own farm, and the hoax
was evident. When the stranger re
turned to the office of the monument
company, he was confronted with the
facts.
He
did not argue the point,
but skipped at once, and has not been
seen since.
BIG FEATURE AT
A. L. MOODY'S
Probably the most important event
of the season, especially to house
keepers is the vigorous selling of fine
linens and white goods now taking
place En the Moody linens depart
ment.—Advt.
COMMUNICATION.
I
To The Forum: I read with con
siderable surprise a few remarks made
by Lincoln Steffens in his recent
speeches in this city, anent the Am
erican Federation of Labor.
The American Federation of Labor
now is 2,500,000 strong and has be
come a highly conservative body that
has aided the skilled workmen of the
country to better wages, happier
homes, educated their children and
lifted the skilled worker to the level
of the professional classes.
This has been done under difficulties
and represents about all that can be
done by any body of men banded to
gether for material betterment.
We are nroud of what we have ac
complished and until Steffens or oth
ers* of his ilk can produce an organi
zation that can go us better he has
little license to criticize or condemn.
As to the organization of the com
mon laborers, the Federation«of Labor
heartily approves and aids wherever
possible—but it has little use for the
present I. W. W. movement with its
"No God, No Country" slogan.
With the socialists the federation
has no quarrel. There are good union
men from their ranks, and we believe
that when Steffens includes them with
his I. W. W.'s and anarchists that he is
quoted as saying, will solve the social
problems, he is doing them a great in
justice.
Steffens' hot air regarding city gov-
ernment has the right sound and on
Steffens* talk about the social re
juvenation of the country indicates
that he is a philosophical anarchist
and the heads of our educational insti
tutions that allowed a man of his er
ratic mental equipment to speak be
for the students of the colleges are in
a degree reprehensible.
North Dakota had an experience
with Steffens* saviors of society—the I.
W. W. at Miiiot last summer—and
have some idea of what the organiza
tion is like.
A large invasion is promised this
year and perhaps the citizens of Far
go will have a chance to observe at
close quarters what these heroes are
like.
e. a
"iiii
$1676
SEE THESE
HODGSON
REALTY CO.
Photo 125 Opp. Post office
MONEY TO LOAN
lng
first inspection has the genuine ring— ,Dr-
but if you will recall the fact that he
has found this line of work highly
profitable he can be justly classed a
reformer for revenue.
SHOPPING
DAYS TO
Christmas
We want every citi
zen of Fargo and
vicinity to consider
every day from now
Jr-i
until Christmas an opening day
at this store.
Come in and ask to see our
line. The request will not
obligate you in the least to
buy.
Our store is full of Christmas
suggestions and our advice
to you is to come early.
The Soidbarg-''Co.
D. P. SiltXSVAW, Pres.
Leadiig Jeweler*
It
Br®idway Fargo
\THB FARGO tfORmT ^KD tAII/T BEPTTBLICAN, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBBfi 18, .1913.
CIVIL SERVICE
EXAfflMIK
NUMBER OF POSITIONS OPEN IN
GOVERNMENT SEjRVlCE—EXAM
INATIONS HELD IN DECEMBER
—VARIETY OF JOBS OPEN TO
INCLUDE MANY APPLICANTS,
The United States Civil Service com
mission announces open competitive
examinations for a number of posi
tions in the various departments of the
service. Any person desiring further
information regarding the examina
tions or the positions may obtain it by
writing to The United States Civjl
Service Commission, Washington, T.
C., or to th© Secretary of the Board of
Examiners, Postofflce building, St.
Minn.
Examinations wil be held on Dec. ?,
for the following positions: Aid in
grain standardization, male, for posi
tion in Bureau of Plant Industry, at
New Orleans, La., at salary ranging
from $900 to $1200 per annum. Skilled
laborer, male, qualified as electrician's
helper, for position at $720 per year in
the office of the Secretary of Agricul
ture, Washington, D. C- Assistant in
grain standardization, male, for posi
tion in office of Grain Standardization,
Bureau of Plant Industry, at salaries
ranging from $1,200 to $2,000 per year.
Examinations will be held on Dec.
building at the A, C.
N-
S
for the following positions: Chief mine
surgeon, male, for position in Bureau
of Mines, Pittsburgh, Pa,, at a salary
ranging from $2,400 to $3,600 per an
num. Negative cutter and lithographic
helper, male, for position at $900 pea
annum in the Coast and Geodetic Sur
vey, Department of Commerce, Wash
ington, D. C.
Examinations will be held on Dee.
10 for the following positions: Or
chestra and band leader, male, for the
position of musical director in the
Uniteid States penitentiary, Atlanta.
Ga., at $900 per year. General mechan
ic, male, for position in the depart
mental service at Washington, D. c.,
and other services. Laboratory assist
ant in ceramics, male, for position in
the Bureau of Standards, Department
of Commerce, at salary ranging from
$900 to $1,200 per annum. Laboratory
aid and engineer, male, for position at
$800 per annum In the forest products
laboratory at Madison, Wis. Shop ap
prentice, male, for position in the Bu
reau of Standards, Department of
Commerce, at salary ranging front
$480 to $540 per year. Fireman, for
position in Bureau of Standards,
Washington, D. C., at a salary of $720
per year. Advanced apprentice en
graver, male, for position at $720 per
annum in the Hydographic office of
the Bureau of Navigation, Navy De
partment.
Examinations will be held on Dee.
10 and 11 for the following positions:
Food and drug inspector, male, for po
sition in the Bureau of Cheimlstry, De
partment of Agriculture, Washington.
D. C-, at salary ranging from $1,400 to
$2,00 per annum. Laboratory assist
ant in chemistry, male, for position in
the Bureau of Standards, Department
of Commerce, at salary ranging from
$1,000 to $1,440 per annum. Labora
tory apprentice, male, to fill four va
cancies in this position at $540 per an
num, and three at $480 per annum in
the Bureau of Standards, Department
of Commerce,,
Examination will be held on Dec. 1T
for the position of oil and gas inspect
or, male, for service in thej Bureau of
Mines, field service, at a salary rang
ing from $1,800 to $2,500 per year.
POLY SOCIETY
MEETS TONIGHT
NORTH DAKOTA POLYTECHNIC
SOCIETY WILL HOLD IMPORT
ANT METING THIS EVENING AT
AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE —DR.
STEARNS HEARD.
Tonight thePolytechnic society wil!
hold their fortnightly meeting in the
euv- Physics lecture room of tho engineer-
Stearns of Fargo coller.
will talk on the subject A New Theory
as to the Original Home of the Race.
Proff. W. J. Trimble will conduct a
discussion after the lecture.
All those interested are invited to
attend.
FAKES SEOBLD
JOIN A CLUB
PRESIDENT WORST URGES FARM
ERS TO GET TOGETHER FOR
THEIR MUTUAL BENEFIT-
THERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHING
TO BE LEARNED.
"Every farmer of the state snouid
be a member of a farmers' club," says
Pres. J. H. Worst of the agricultural
college. "This is especially true of
small farmers—those managing from
quarter-section to a half-section
farm—the sort of farmers that will
survive when the last bonanza farmer
goes out of the farming business.
"Farmers have need of consultation.
The farmers' club affords this oppor
tunity. The wives and grown up
children of farmers also should join
these cluhs and participate in their
deliberations. In this way a genuine
community spirit can be organized
that will inject new life and interest
in the rural home and in up-to-date
farm management,
"The chief objection to rural life—
its isolation, can thus be removed, and
Its many hitherto undeveloped advan
tages enjoyed. Moreover, plans for
c.o-operation in 'buying and selling as
well as in harvesting and threshing
can be worked out at these club meet
ings to the general advantage of the
farming community.
'There is always something to bo
learned from the experience of one's
neighbor, and to lea.rn is the same as
to grow. But where there is no growth,
there Is decay.
'Then the young people yaarn for
companionship. They are entitled to
it. If the farmers' club does not pro
vide healthful companionship they
will go elsewhere to obtain it. oftimcs
where it is not so morally healthful.
"Farmers must get into the kabit of
co-operation. Large suma oi money
can be made as well as saved by co
operating in buying and soiling. The
farmers' club is a good placo to nieet
and talk things over, to get better ac
quainted, and to give children and the
women folks a chance to spend a
pleasant afternoon in summer time,
or an evening during the winter sea
son.
"If every farming community had a
social center, the boys and girls would
not leave the farm for' town,
when their parents are too old to
manage their farms, the children will
take their burdens off their shoulders
ajid remain on the old homestead.
etttrnm
BOQS
Great Coat Bargains
$5.98
Pot choice of 100 coats, some full lined, others in
excellent styles every size and kind, for misses and
women -while they last values to $14.98.
$18.98
For Persian lamb, plushes, novelty coats, boucle and
chinchilla coats that were sold to $23-98.
Wonderful Suit Values
$18.98
50 new right-up-to-the-minute suits in fur' trimmed,
and all new novelty suits an opportunity for every
woman in Fargo to get a swell suit at a bargain.
Dress Skirt Sale
$3.98
We offer 200 moet excellent new style skirts in plaids
and plain cloths. Some made with nelw ruffle tops.
Whiler they last you can get a bargain. Alterations
are free.
Messaline Petticoat Sale
$1.98
New Kelly green and Nell rose petticoats arrived to
day and will be put out during the November sales
Children's Coats Cheap
$2.48
36 children's and infants' coats in every color and
style, in bearskin, astrachan, chinchilla and velvets
while they last—sizes 2 to 14—they are bargains.
School Dress Bargains
98c
These afe dandy school dresses and ard In slaeeTs
to 14 and 2 to 6 in ginghams and also galatea in
all colors.
and Girls Heavy Hose
14c
Cjie big lot extra heavy ribbed school hose In all
sizes, 6 to 10. They are in one big basket and are the
best value you ever saw in hose.
Womeris Woo! Union Suits
$1.69
For women's union suits that were sold to $2.48
put out special for this sale at this low price.
A Blanket Bargain
$1.58
We offer excellent wool nap blankets that we know
are being sold at $2.50 regular come in tan and grey.
FAROO'S
ONLY SPOT
CASH
STORE.
KENTS PLAN- PROGRAMME
The Kent Literary society of the
high school will give a party to the
new members of th0 society next Fri
day evening at the Agassiz gymnasium.
This is the first party given by the)
Ketnta this year and a great amount
of time will be spent to make this an
enjoyable one. The following pro
gramme has been arranged:
Pantomima play, in which Harold
Kurtzman, Murray Baldwin, Morris
Dial and Miss Aldrich take parts.
A novelty stunt, by William Pearson
and Westly Morris.
A German band, led by Charles
Boise, with Charles
Loo
mis,
Henry
Clapp and Raymond Shavedr, will dis
course music.
Following the programme games will
be played, and wheal these are through,
light refreshments will be served
Wanted to Buy.
Men's worn garments. Phone 2315,
Fargo—Advt.
Linen Sale Adds to Itself.
The Thanksgiving sale of linens and
white goods at A, L. Moody's will gain
tremendous headway with the extra
big features out tomorrow morning.
See adv. page 7.—Advt.
Birmingham, Ala. F. L. Willis
suffered greatly from asthma and
bronchitis. He writes: "I got no re
lief until I took Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound. It entirely removed
those choking sensations, and never
failed to produce an easy and com
fortable condition of the throat ajid
Its Your Opportunity
Beginning Thursday, Not). 13
A. Bargain Feast For Everyone
We want you to become better acquainted with our
enlarged store and see the many improvements we have
made in both our store and our lines. Every depart
ment will give forth offerings to this big merchandising
event.
EE £IL ik!i
FASTEST GROWING STORE
Popular Prices.
Salesmen wanted in every town in
Cass county to sell the wonderful new
White Flame Burner. Sample and
prices mailed for 35c. Delphls Lucier,
707 13th Street north, Fargo.—Advt,
Apples 1 Apples!
At N. P. tracks and Fourth street
crossing 75 cents a bushel. Only 100
bushels left. Free delivery, Fargo and
Moorhead.—Advt.
M. M. SORNSIN
Practical umber & Stceini.ster
No job too small to receive our clos
est attention. "A Dollar's worth of
service for a Dollar."
1008 First Avfttu* South, Phone 389*
Wonderful Party Dresses
$14.98
We put on sale 20 of the most wonderful party
dresses ever seen in Fargo at this price. Every col
or and all new styles. All alterations free.
Bargain Sale in Little Items
We will have dozens of good iteims not advertised
and will give you a sample of the good things to
expect—•
Fancy trimming buttons values to 25c, a dozen... 10c
Lace yokes for dresses 19c values, at .......10c
Neckwear sold up to 25c, at 5c
Children's 10c hose supporters, at .Be
Pocketbooks—very special at 59c
Children's rompers, every style, at 49c
Women's flanelette gowns values to $1.48, at 98c
Dress Goods Reduced
48c yd.
We offer genuine Paciflc all wool serges, also a big
line of new diagonals and checks. This is the re
sult of the new tariff were 59c and 69c per yard,
$1.19
All wool storm serges In regular $1.50 grades—all
sponged and shrunk, ready for use.
89c
We offer all regular $1.00 and $1.25 dress goods 42
to 52 Inches wide all colors.
Furs Are Cheap
You will be surprised at the bargains we offer In furt
$6.98
25 sets of wonderful brown, black ahd blue wolf, furs
especially good for school, as wedl as for any oc
casion. You will-wonder at them.
$16.98
We offer the new stripe black lynx sets, made with
long shawl and extra large muff.
Muffs
Be surd and see our wonderful showing of new muffs.
$4.98
Genuine Skinner satin lined muffs made of plush and
Persian lamb a large size and a bargain-
We offer an immense
at
assortment of fur muffs
$2.98 to $9,98
Bed Spread Wonders
$2.69
Wei offer, as long as they last, the most beautiful
bedspreads imaginable. They are $4.00, $5.00 and
$6.00 values and we know that you never saw
thing like them.
VH
FARGO.
BETTER CLOTHES SHOP
A feeling of easiness and comfort
comes over you when you come here
for your clothing. You know that se
lecting the cloth from our showing of
winter weaves will be an easy matter,
coupled with the generous service that
we render. The maxim, once a cus
tomer of Ted's, always a customer,
still holds true—for the men realize
that they get better clothing here at
less money than they do in any other
tailor shop. Our system of taking
your measurements insures perfect
fit and satisfaction. Better come in
tomorrow and get measured for your
new winter outfit and we will have it
ready in plenty of time for Thanks
giving. Ted Evanson, the original,
N. P, avenue.—Advt.
112-114
BROADWAY.
FARGO,
N. D.
TO KELLIHER, MINN,
Mr. R. Johnson, who has been tak
ing a business course at Aaker's Busi
ness college, left school to acceDi i
P°s, with the railroad company1 at
Kelliher, MInn.
He
who lacks a busi­
ness training has lost the race in
business life before he starts. Enroll
now at the A. B. C.—Advt.
4
Chrysanthemums
"HOME GROWN"
Cut Sally
Shotweli Floral Co.
PHOKE 424
Horses For Sale.
s
Several head of heavy horse«i nnil,
cattle Georeie'n°rRWi11
exchanSe
Advt
for,
Brown,
Wild Rice,
Ford Roadster
1912 Model
for sale at
A BARGAIN
F. L. Lang
Moorhead, Minnesota

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