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s i1'i i4W h^\\'0 n p-nk W. .'\spkl It. I I I iij k*' (I o o Sc Motor Grassy was recently notified -of his selection by the Grand Execu tive Committee to fill the position ,of .jprand Junior Counselor of the Minne Sota-North Dakota division of the ly. C. T., to fill tho place of Frank S. $001 of Minneapolis, resigned. Mr. Grasse has been an energetic Member of the Fargo council for a number of years, and has advanced through the chairs to the position of tjrand Conductor, which he is holding Ijt the present time. H© will be in talled in his new position shortly. gteafi I naamas The Jeffery Four has the ''get away" that makes the drivers of other automobiles envious. Watch the cars at a street crossing in city see them lined up waiting for the whistle of the crossing "cop." At the first note the Jeffery slides forward smoothly, swiftly, "picking up" in a way that is unknown and impossible with cars that weigh tons and have heavy cumber some motors. And of course, it is out of the question for the cars with cheap, low powered motors. The answer is found in the Jeffery motors high speed and plenty of power, pulling a car that is built for speed, strong, yet light greyhound type if you wilfe a thouroughbred in every way. If you've been laboring under the mistaken idea that big motors meant great power and speed, stop and answer the question—"If this is so, how does it happen that the 'motorcycle cop' with a low powered, high speed motor so easily picks up the 'scorcher' with his big 60 h. p. engine?" The day of light weight cars with high speed motors is here. The Jeffery blazes the trail watch the others. Aylmer Motor Company Co. WITH THE_TRAVEL s [I SELECTED BY GRAND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO FILL POSITION OF GRAND JUNIOR COUNSELOR IN PLACE OF FRANK S. POOL, RESIGNED. No need to suffer the tortures of pains and -aches in this advanced modern age The new drugless method of regaining Health has aided many people in this city and state. Consultation Gladly Given 'f At Any Time fciiiii Sciaic0 1 t-.:. '"V Moorhead, Minn. "tT#• -jl ••].v Ii!?l %i' i 'I lisss I'i'i JS From Nothing to Forty Miles in Twenty SecondIt. Peerless, Jeffery, Rambler Motor Cars and Trucks Storage, ^pairing, Gear Cutting, 0x-Ass-W6ldmg, Supplies and Accessories. Open day and night. We have several second-hand cars for sale at a bargain. ATE NO CAR] REGULAR MEETING OF FARGO COUNCIL TONIGHT TO HEAR REPORTS OF OFFICERS, INI TIATE CANDIDATES, AND CON DUCT OTHER MATTERS Or IM PORTANCE The regular meeting of Fargo Coun cil.No. 65 win De neld tomorrow even ing at which time a number of candi dates who were not initiated at the last meeting will be put through their paces. It is confidently believed that the Fargo council will succeed in its efforts to hold third place, in spite of the strenuous efforts being put forth by the Zenith City to take the honor away from them. The local council closed the year of 1915 with a. membership of 403, and C. W. COX, Manager: 8th Street and 1st Ave. S. Fargo, N. D. V,. this number will be very largely in creased by the efforts of the members since that time in bringing new mem bers into the fold. Plans for attendance at the big an nual convention at Mankato will prob ably be up for discussion at the meet ing also. The Fargo council wtll try as usual to have its delegation dis tinctive and to make the representa tion a credit to the Gate City. The matter of uniforms for the baseball team which is to represent the local lodge at Mankato may be up for dis cussion. John Fortin is manager of the team. Word has been received that a mem ber of the Grand Council will be pres ent at the meeting, and will probably address the members on subjects of interest to the knights of the grip. AN INCIDENT ENROUTE This happened up in Idaho in the month of October. I was riding in a dusty, dirty day coach, feeling dis couraged and tired and trying to think of something cheerful. I gave it up and begad huftiming to myself a religious song that I had heard my mother sing years ago. By and by the words came to me, and I began singing th»m—low as I sup posed— all to myself. A little, tired-looking old lady across the aisle from me took up the song and began singing the words with me, softly at first, but as we reached the chorus she began singing louder so much so that other passengers sitting back of us began to notice, apd listen. As sho warmed up to the soug, I began to watch for an opportunity to drop out without her noticing. As she continued to sing the song, tears be wail to stream down her poor old wrinkled face, and she seemed forget ful of her surroundings. I couldn't keep from singing with her, but I couldn't keep from crying with her. Quietly I left my seat and went back into the other coach, leav ing the dear' little old mother (which I never doubted she was) to finish her song. Sales had not been good with me thai day, but somehow, as I reflected over the incident, I began to think that, all unconsciously, I had done something to be more thankful for, and to be glad over, than the biggest order 1 ever booked, ,C. C. K., Colorado Springs, Colo. :DICT FOR I JEM1 To all Officers and Members of Sub ordinate Councils. I Greetings. My Dear Brothers: Your Supreme Counselor earnestly requests that you observe our Annual Memorial Day by meeting in your council chamber on Sunday, A.pril 5, at 3 p. m.t in mem ory- of our h*iored dead. I recommend that you invite your friends and the relatives and friends of our deceased brethren to join you in rendering a tribute of love and rever jience to those who during their earth life worked with you in loyal service for the upbuilding of our Fraternal Household to the end that the lessons we teach from our Books of Laws— the Holy Bible, might be a power for sood "ih the betterment of the chic, iiidral,*' socialCand 'lioixuai'-l our THE FARGO i'OKT^^KT) HDArf/T i?iP0BLtOAlT, lATOMY EVBSIKG, APEIL p®5S- j^5 1 r&kA--" i:'p- jfeiffl* membership and of humanity at large. Fraternally and trulv, CLAUDE DUVAL, Supreme Counselor. KanBas City, Mo., March 21, 1914. KNIGHTS OF THE GRIP A. A. Bloom, of Llbby, McNeill & Mbby, la in from.his territory for Sun day. Ingval Johnson, or the Commercial Accident'Insurance company, is a Sun day visitor in the city. V Sr. A. Keele.v, with the Cuyuna-Mllle Lace company, is here for the week end. P. Llnxweiler, with Farwcli, Oz imm, Kirk & Co., will spend the week end in this city. A. Slichelsen, of D. G. Cutl$ & Co., is a Sunday visitor in the metropolis. George Flett is reported as seriously ill at St. Luke's hospital. H. J. Oram, of Scottcn. Dillon To bacco company, is in the city for a short time. Richard Prasser, with-the O. C. Han. sen Mfg. Co.. is among the week end visitors in the city. M. E. Ross, with the American Bed Co., will Sunday here. F. A. Ryan, of the Rock Island Plow Co., is here for the week end. J. W. Barker, of Marshall Field, is in the city between trips. J. F. Dooley, of F. E. Ccmip'on & Co., will Sunday here. A. F. Elliott, of E. T. Wright & Co will spend the week end with the other knights in the city. .T. G. Ferry, of the Waterbury Clock company, is in the Gate city for a short time. J. A. Hawkins, of the Hustings In dustrial company, is anions the hotel urrivals. D. W. EMis, of the Armour Leather company, is a Sunday visitor. C. G. Johnson, Of the Coodrkh Rub ber company, will spend the week end in Fargo. F. G. Hitter, of the Diamond Ink company, will make Fargo his head quarters for a day. D. I. Russell, of Griggs, Cooper Co., is here for a short stop. II. J. Kane, with the Loose Biscuit company, is hero for a stop. Tv'iloS short Sam Katz. with B, Kunpcnli-'imer company, will spend Sunday in the city. M. W. Ware, of Burlcy Tyrrell company, is one of the traveler who will Sunday here this week. SL F. Varner, of Liggett & Myers, will spend his Sunday here. C. C. Rothburn, of the Baker Choc olate company, is in the city for the week end. Geo. D. Collins, of the Liggett & Myers Tobacco company, will Sunday here. J. L. Rivard, of the Sprague Warner Paper company, is among the knights registered here for the week end. J. A. Gunderson, of the Eastman Kodak Co.. is a Sunday visitor in, Fargo. .T. F. Beaton, of the Standard Oil company, is a visitor in Fartro. B. C. v Faehard and E. A. Watts*, of the same company, arc' in the city also. H. C?. Nelson, of Geo. R. Newell & Co., is here for the week end. -r- Williatn West, of the Minneapolis Iron store, is ih for Sunday. IT. W. Johnson, who underwent an operation at .St. Luke's hospital a short 5 iii !.1 'e.A1!'*11 i luFJllllt' Vi! ,i Store 69 Broadway Flowers telegraphed K mm W^v i s*t 'x v i "'Ti' 1 i_ Is t". It' -v/lli' HE choicest, most fragrant cut flowers— Azaleas, Easter Lilies and a profusion of Plants in bloom, Baskets of Flowers, dainty Corsage Bouquets betray the preparations we have made for Easter. Everything is in readiness to supply you with whatever you de sire for Easter. You are cordially invited to see this truly won derful array, but if you cannot come, mail or telephone orders will receive personal attention. Your Easter orders should be placed at once to avoid the tremendous rush of this season. You will find us ready to give you the same exacting Service and superior Quality that has dignified this establishment as Fargo's. leading Florist. everywhere for Kaftter deliver). Out-of-town time ago, has recovered sufficiently so that lie went to his home today. Look at the picture. See the car itself. See the roomy comfort, the impressive appearance, the snap and style. Ride in the car. Get the facts on its economical up-keep. Analyze the satisfaction of owning a REAL car at MODERATE PRICE. We challenge any OTHER car to present all that the Paige Brunswick does, of manufacturing efficiency, of mechanical worth, of reputation, or "frills" and of essentials—for the price. That's where the Paige Brunswick stands with us. We'll sell them this year in great numbers—and will be proud, too, in the knowledge that we LEAD THE MARKET! Jack Kennedy, of Park, Grant and Morris, will spend tho week end here. A. Walsh, of Park, Ol&tit and MOT ris, Is in the city. All Off. PitlsburKh Post: "My dear, a burglar fired a revolver at a Boston man and (V.,: ii [With electric lights and starter $975] e ONE Value On The Market At The Price A strong statement. Sure—and capable of just as strong proof. It has electric lights and full equipment for $900. For $975 it has electric starter as well. It is the ONLY car of reputation on the market UNDER A THOUSAND DOLLARS having electric starter and electric lights. The price might lead to a doubt—in your mind—but not actually. Ordinarily $900 worth of car made under heavy "overhead" charges, by inflated capitalization—$900 worth of that sort of car—might easily fail to convince you—might fail to arouse a desire of ownership. That's where the Paige Brunswick is different. The price $900 stands in the Paige car for quality, true worth and reasonable profit. Fact! ins-Murphy Motor Company Dealers Fargo, N. p. Frederick E. Murphy Automobile Company, Northwestern Distributors LOZ1ER MITCHELL PAIQE COMMERCE Minneapolis, Minn. Greenhouse 5 South Terrace shipment* a specialty. 11 the bullet struck a button, thus .saving his lift." "Well, what of it?" "Only this. A man could shoot 41 mc with a shotgun and never hit a ba& ton." THE OTHER SIDE. When you size up your yesterdays I think you'll find, my son. That you're entitled to some praise For what you havon't done. —Cincinnati Enquirer.