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»nx 1J-I4 Broadway, sSSO YOU'LL DO I1ETTER AT LUCER'S yk& K IV, '4 «'i v '.v.~ v .. ,* u..a THE STENOTYPE. "I am a stenotypist in the civil service at Washington. I am getting i 5900 a year and have splendid chances for advancement. "I think the .stenotype has a great future. Here they must have first class work, and I am safe in saying that tho stenotype is by far the most I trupid and accurate way of writing I shorthand"—thus writes James John eon. Aaker's Business eollego can make you, also, a steAotvpist.—Advt. CAN A SCAN MAKE 1 The following ticket Is commended to all Pargo people who wish the best in the public schools: FOR THE THREE-YEAR TERM J. W. GREEN. MRS. R. P. BLAKE. MRS. EUGENE deLENDREClE. FOR THE ONE-YEAR TERM. C. C. STROM. MRS. NEL.LIE NELSON HICKS. Watch This Space Phone 807 Plants Store, and 1 i J\ aH Hft »yi TVettf Styles in Reed and Wood Carriages and Go-Carts Beauty and comfort are combined in these practical carriages and carts the springs are elastic and easy the backs recline, making a comfortable bed for baby, whether out of doors or in the house wheels and tires are of the very best—reversible gear, which feature is exclusive only on the Heywood carriage. We have a Windrrful dis lilay of beautiful carriages in brown, ivory, castillian, gray namel an«1 ulack. Come in and see our splendid display of the new stvlos UP FROM Sulkies priced at $1.35, $1.75, $2.25, $2.50 to $8.50 —Advt. 3 good lots in Chandler's Addition. Were sold five years ago for $100 cach. Owner needs the money and will sell all three, ir taken at once, for $300. A good house of 7 rooms, sewer, water, bath, gas lights, maple floors will sell on terms. A snap at $2,100. A 'good lot, 5th avenue north, near I car line, only $200. 1 i 5^ Tit & I il1 Over 1st Nat Bank Broadway Front St. 'sK".j y N' j/ fev K i/ FURNITURE CO. Established AVIAN Last year the two school election i tickets struggled for the Scandinav ian voto and one-half of thr candi dates were of that nationality and two of the men elected were Scandi navians. This year the only Scandinavian candidate Is on the following ticket. Some one evidently believes the Scan dinavians did not and cannot make good. You and I, who believe they did make good, can vote the following ticket cheerfully: A GOOD SCHOOL TICKET w&fl ten imm* ''wSm. 1878. Fargj®, N. Bale. KODAK FINISHING before 9 a. m., developed and printed by 5 p. m. FARGO DRUG CO.. 608 Front street. WITH CONTRACTOR. A large contracting firm asked Da kota Business college for a capable young man—announcement of suc cessful applicant will be made tomor row. Business men pick up these D. B. C. graduates quickly—we cannot (ill all the calls that come in but place pupils in the best ones—publicity. Six Expert Hair Cutters at Malchow's Union Barber Shop "Swellest Shop in Fargo" UNDER HOLMES CLOTHING STORE Also Headquarters for Malchow's Union Orchestra PER ACRE I "or a good 1-4 section, close to crandin and Gardner, N. i finest kind of black soil W •res plowed: can be will 1 rained at small cost. Tl Easter Lilies, Hyacinths, Tulips, Azaleas* Hydrangeas, Rose Bushes* Place your order now for Easter. Also Cut Flowers .8end for E*6ter Price List is farm is worth not less than $ per acre. If you want a snm in land, see us about this. Will Mke back mortgage on the land 51,800, fj years, 6 per cert ''ulance cash. Hodgson Realty Ce. Phone 125 Opp. Postoffico HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT 218 BROADWAY One BIG Hour's Entertainment 10 CENTS Continuous Show—7 to 10:30 p. m. Matinee, 2 to 5 p. m. Admission—Children 5c Adults 10c Change of Program Monday, Wednesday and Friday ul American Beauties, Lilies, RoSes, Carnations, Tulips, Sweet Peas, Violets. rjf PHONE-4A4 'f. ESTABLISHED OVER A QUARTER CENTURY. Greenhouse* South 8th St. OUT OF TOWN ORl^RS GIVlEN :PiKdMFr AND CAREFUL ATTENTION W Slii ATT CA38 AND RANSOM COUNTIE3 WILL COMBINE FOR SUMMER SCHOOL WORK AT AGRI U U A O E E I S YEAR. During the coming summer Cass and Ransom counties will combine for summer school work at the agricul tural college. The college will offer work from various departments which will afford an opportunity for more advanced instruction. The organiza tion of summer work to meet the needs of common school teachers, regular college students, superintend ents and high school teachers is an important development. In the college section will be offered lectures and laboratory work in do mestic science and domestic art, agri cultural botany, general botany, agri culture. including farm crops and soil physics, general chemistry, horticul ture and educational subjects. The elementary section will offer all the subjects required for first and second grade elementary certificates. A schedule has been arranged which will permit the student to register for some work in both sections. It is likely that a considerable num ber of public school workers will avail themselves of this opportunity to gain a substantial knowledge of industrial i work, while the combining of Cass and Ransom counties for the more elementary instruction should bring a large number of teachers upon the campus. The session will begin June 15 and extends for six weeks, clos ing July J4. The instruction in tho college section will bo offered by regular members of the faculty. Praises This Remedy lor Lung Trouble Many people ate led to believe that lung trouble Is unconquerable. This is not the rasp, as many have been re stored to health by Eckman's Altera tives Investigate this: Bowling Green, Ky., R. No. 4. "Gentlemen:—In 1908 I had a severe cough for six months. I tried all the medicines that my doctors recommend ed, but no results came for the better. I had night sweats, and would cough and spit until 1 got so weak I could hardly do anything. But, at last, James Deering, of Glasgow Junction, insisted that I try your medicine. In one week there was quite an improvement in my condition, and after I had taken several bottles I felt as well as ever in my life. I firmly believe Eckman's-Altera tive will relieve any case of lung trou ble if taken before the last stage." (Abbreviated). (Affidavit). A. C. BETTERS WORTH. Eckman's Alterative is most effica cious in bronchial catarrh and severo throat and lun^ affections and up building the system. Contains no harmful or habit-forming drugs. Ac cept no substitutes. Sold by leading druggists. Write Eckman laboratory, Philadelphia, Pa., for booklet of re coveries.—Advt. SEED CORN FOR SALE Six hundred bushels of the North western yellow! dent, ten days earlier than the Northwestern dent, at $2 a bushel. Raised for ten years at Riv erside Stock farm. Aug. Erbstoesser, Leonard, N. D.—Advt. Do you want to buy 160 acres of fine land 2 miles south of Fargo on the Red River? If so, write J. H. Hanson, P. 0. Box B. C., Moorhead, Minn., or tele phone 855. Ssttll ngagement and Wedding Specialty \RtiO ISSBISS J. F». COLEMAN, PROP. 122 Roberts St.. Fargo, N. D. Phone 525 when fn need of quick service in this work. "Courtesy and Service." THE FARGO FORUM AND DAHiY REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL siiiairtfm^Trwi SWA \s \S$jfr£krM- sS SXVS PROF. T. 8. REIMSTAD, THfc IN* TERN ATIONALLY CELEBRATED TENOR SOLOIST OF MINNEA POLIS AGAIN SINGS HERE—WON EUROPEAN PRAISE. Prof. Theodor S. Reimstad, of Min neapolis, took part in a concert the other night at the Pontoppidan Nor wegian church before a large and ap preciative audience. The concert was first class in every respect and the professor bore out fully the high and splendid reputation he has throughout the country of being one of the best and most celebrated Scandinavian singers in the United States. He possesses beautiful tenor voice, which even in fhe highest register is firm and sonorous and has excellent timbre. Those who heard him the other night were delighted with the entertainment which to them was en tirely too short. He is proficient in many languages, which fact he showed by singing Swedish, Norwegian and English songs, each with wonderful expression, power, and withal exceed ing sweetness. Besides being a concert and Chau tauqua soloist, Professor Reimstad has the distinction of being accorded enthusiastic praise by the vocal mas ters of Berlin and Leipsic, also in concert-recital at the magnificent Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial church, Berlin, Germany. NEXT SUNDAY IS EASTER If you are keen on getting the best value^for your money and have an eye Tor style and fit, then Ted Evanson is the tailor you ought to see. He'll make your spring and summer clothes from exclusive woplens that suit your size aiM complexion in color and design. Get measured today. 421 N. P. ave nue.—Advt. BOYS' CABINET tfpiirpf irr I BOYS' CABINET OF Y. M. C. A. HELD AN IMPORTANT SESSION LAST EVENING AT ASSOCIATION BUILDING—DISCUSSED PLANS FOR ENLARGEMENT. The boys* cabinet of the T. M. C. A, met in the committee room of the as sociation building last evening in reg ular monthly session. The meeting proved one of the best that has been held and several important matters were brought up for discussion. The first in importance was the dis cussion on the enlargement of the boys' rooms which seems necessary because of the Increased number of boys using the social privileges and the crowded condition of the rooms at times. The senior intermediate mem bership brings more older boys in this department and together with the in creased membership makes it neces sary for more room. Suggestions were made as to enlargement and these will be brought before the boys' work com mittee and board of directors. Other matters that were brought up for discussion were summer camps, older boys' camp, sanitary conditions in the locker rooms and about* the building, and the social conditions in the boys' rooms. A folder will be is sued in the near future in regard to summer camp and summer activities. Easter Sunday will be observed by the boys of the Y. M. C. A. in their Sunday afternoon meeting as a pro gram of music is being arranged that will be a rare treat. The best musical talent in the city among the boys has been secured for the program and something of real interest is promised. The high school class banquet clos ing the basketball contest will be held in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium at 6:30 p. m. on Wednesday evening of this week.- A fine program has been ar ranged following the dinner, and. a lively time will surely be had by the high school bunch. Horses for Sale. Twenty head of farm horses and mares, three drivers. George D. Brown, Wild Rice, N. D.—Advt. UNIONS ENDORSE WOMEN Said That Labor Unions of City Will Stand Solidly For Election of Women Candidaate*. The labor unions of the city unani mously endorsed the candidacy of the women who hove filed their petitions for positions on the school board at the coming school election. The women are Mrs. R. P. Blake, Mrs. Eugene de Lendrecie. and Mrs. Nellie Nelson Hicks. The others whom the unions will support are the union candidates, J. W. Greene, and C. O. Strom. Tho stated policy of labor unions is for equal suffrage, and the unions of the city feel that the women should be represented on the board. Wednesday is the time to buy yo»r new suit, coat or dress so that you may have the best of attention in the alteration department at Black's.— Advt. CUTTING SEED POTATOES Potatoes selected in the field from the highest yielding hills are best for planting, but if bin selection is prac ticed, average sized tubers should be chosen. Potatoes weighing eight ounc es or a half a pound each are to be preferred. If hand cutting is resorted to, the tuber should be cut lengthwise in four equal parts. Experiments have shown that two-ounce pieces give sat isfactory results. Each piece will have a portion of the seed end and a por tion of the stem end. There is good authority for the statement that the seed end of the potato is more viable and yields better than the stem end. If the tuber is cut in the above man ner, the seed end will be represennted on eacli of the four pieces. Seed potatoes should be treated for scab. A good way of treating is by making a solution of corrosive subli mate, at the rate of one ounce to six gallons of wateT. First dissolve tho corrosive sublimate in a little hot water, as it does not dissolve well in cold water. The corrosive sublimate corrodes iron and tin ware, so it should be handled in wooden utensils. It is also very poisonous, so care must be used to kee\» it away from stock and children. Treat the potatoes be fore cutting, and let them remain in the solution for an hour and a Jhalf. Candidate For Commissioner of Agri culture and Labor. I herefoy announce myself as a re publican candidate for the office of Commissioner of Agriculture and La bor, subject to the vote at the June primaries. —Advt -'j, B. F. FLINT*. LED A s 'A k CITY' MARKET PROPOSITION CAft RIED AT CITY ELECTION YES TERDAY BY GOOD, VOTE—J. F. E A A N A O E S RE-ELECTED. The Fargo city market proposition carried yesterday at the city election by 191 votes, so it decided that the -city market is something that is desir ed here. Out of the normal 2,100 votes in the city, only 605 were cast at yesterday's election. The vote for city market stood 398 in favor of the proposition to 207 against. The vote by ward and precinct poll ing places was as follows: First ward, 29 for, 16 against sec ond ward, 28 for, 9 against third ward, 61 for, 24 against first precinct, fourth ward, 41 for, 27 against second precinct, fourth ward, 62 for, 2S against first precinct, fifth ward, 3!) for, 17 against second precinct, fifth ward, 33 for, 27 against sixth ward. 60 for, 33 against seventh ward, 55 for, 26 against. Treat Re-elected. John Frank Treat was almost unan imously re-elected park commissioner for a second term of three years. Hif vote stood 516 to 22. In the scattering vote against Mr. Treat for member of the park board, Stewart Wilson received 1 vote, Dan McLaren 1, Taylor Crum 12, Judge A. G. Roberts 1, A. McDonald 2, H. B, Jensen D. Roberts City Justice. Although his name did not appear on the ballot, Judge A. G. Roberts was almost unanimously re-elected city justice to succeed himself. Judge Rob erts resigned from the office for city justice a year ago to run for city com missioner. He was appointed to fill the vacancy made by his resignation by the commission later. Judge Roberts received 191 vote?: yesterday, which re-elected him to that position. In the scattering vote against him, Judge H. F. Miller polled 23 votes, A. T. Cole 3, James McGuigan 1, Taylor Crum 3, Smith Stimmel 1, L. L. Twichell 1, Frank Linke 1, Henry Kane 1, O. Overby 1, John Petit 1, Fred Mc Lean 2, C. Cole 1, Conrad Green 1, M. Lcvitz 1, J. F. Grovelle 2. Nothing Better on Earth. Barker's Remedy for coughs, colds, catarrh, and rheumatism. Broadway Pharmacy.—Advt. POLITICS ARE LOOKING UP Several Candidates Are Expected to Announce Themselves Shortly on Progressive Tticket. Things arp looking up politically. From all prospects several candidates are expected to announce themselves in a few days. Otto Wellen is an avowed candidate for sheriff on the bull moose ticket. Other candidates are expected to be presenting themselves within the pres ent week. In republican circles some of the anxious ones are expecting things to pop soon. For a place on the legisla tive ballot it is said that L. L. Twitchell is going to announce him self again. The name of Ben Lesk, the well known rising voung attorney of tho firm of Lawrence & Murphy, has also been mentioned in this con nection. Mr. Lesk is president of the B'Nai Brith and has a wide acquaint ance, having lived here all his life. Joe T. Purcell is being urged by his friends to enter the race for railroad commissioner. We Buy Scrap iron. Carload lots a, specialty. Corre spondence given prompt attention. Fargo Iron & Metal Co., Fargo, N. —Advt. FORMAL HOTEL OPENING Prescott Hotel, Under New Manage ment, Will Be Formally Opened on Sunday Evening. The formal opening of the Prescott hotel under the new management will be held on Sunday evening, April 12, from 6 to 9 o'clock. The menu will be most elaborate, and there will be music by Chandler's orchestra. The new managers are planning to make the. event one worthy to be remembered by the many guests and friends of the hotel who will be present. Why Endure Foot Torture Here is Easy Positive Cure The following is absolutely the surest and quickest cure known to science for all foot ailments: "Dissolve two tablespoonfuls of Calocide com pound in a basin of warm water. Soak the feet in this for fully fifteen min utes, gently rubbing the sore parts." The effect is really wonder ful. All soreness goes in stantly, and the feet feel delightful. Corns and cal louses can be peeled right off. It gives immediate re lief for sore bunions, swea ty, smelly and aching feet. A twenty-five cent box of Calocide is said to be suffi cient to cure the worst feet. It works through tho pores and removes the cause of the trouble. Don't waste time on uncertain remedies. Any druggist has Calocide compound in stock or he can get it in a few hourw from his wholesale house. Prepared only by Medic «l Formula Co., of Chi cago, 111., and Da5*ton, Ohio. WITH BRISTOL INS. CO. Frank Heaton, who just graduated from the year course at Dakota Busi ness college was today sent "to an ex cellent position with the above firm. D. B. C. pupils enter school, graduate and go to positions with almost clock like regularity—the best people hire them—publicity. 300 BUSHELS CHOICE Northwestern Dent seed corn for sale. All picked before the fall rains and kiln dried. Profesor Bolley's germin ation test, 97 per cent. Price per bush el, $2.50. f. o. b. Mapleton. D. Brown lee, Mapleton, N. D.,—Advt. WE DEVELOP seven hours. 'w« are Kodak headquarters. THE! SUNDBERG CO. 72 Broadway, Far go, N. D. Phone 698. FOR SALE-SEED CORN Acclimated Northwestern red dent. Raised from early selected seed the past four years. Took ftrpt prize at Casselton corn show in 1913. Write for sample and price. H. R. Pence, Mapleton, N. D.—Advt. ^uUAK 8- tiViiort i iMta nour.s. kll films left before 0 a. m. de veloped and printed by S p. m. 604-603 FHONT I k i£v /£. \t/ v 5*1 'M ill I'EBIUsy wm fes Id W&s Coats and suits that are exclusive. High class gar ments moderately priced. est. /^It at 1,n?- "•nS 20 per cent off on all lace curtains and a big new stock tq, choose. TELEPHONE 952 TNEST line we've ever shown. You'll find our prices the low- Is at Yi)tt isfiould see the coats wo are showing $18.50, $22.50, $25,00 up to $40.00. They aire beauties and hardly any two alike. Priced low. We Want You to See These 20 handsome coats, ladies' and misses' sizes come in the newest materials and colors. Garments that you would expect to pay $18.50 to $20.00 for—Howard Moody's Easter week, priced k S I & i .1 v1* i j^j|p SHOP IN MOORHEAD AT HOWARD MOODY'S STORE. YOU'LL SURELY SAVE ON COATS AND SUITS. Reasonably Priced Before buying a suit be sure and s$e our You'll like the styles and prices. We call your attention to our suits at Now this suit bargain is worth looking into. Very handsome models at this price. Don't think you can beat it for $22.50. Many other exclusive models in suits at $25.00, $29.50, $32.50 and up to $42.50. t, By far the finest line we have ever shown. Very exclusive styles—something different. Gowns from $10.00 to $40.00 We Want You To See These Because they are out of the ordinary. The are 40 gowns in the lot and no two alike. Most of them are $22.50 and $25.00-—Just for Easter week We are showing some very handsome de signs in this famous line of silks. A lar^o range of patterns-r-all at- only Fancy Vestings A beautiful line at, yard, $2, $2.50 to $3.50, We are showing a splendid line of Easter Silk and Kid Gloves in all the new shad s Beautiful hosiery and neckwear. Latt novelties in ba.gs, beads, handkerchiefs and fancy jewelry. Priced low. e Lace Curtain Sal •r yr DISCOUNT re st Easter week we give 20 per ceu« off on all curtain materials. Take advantage.