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.:r- lb" y A PERFEf".''" aTuNiON SUIT most essential addition to your wearing ap parel. Superior, The Perfect Union Suit com- bines comfort features with value-giving quali ties, in a way that makes them the most popular of under garments. Liook for the trade mark—-can't gap in the seat—can't bind in the crotch—reinforced where the wear if hardest. $1.00 to $2.50 SEED CORN FOR SALE One hundred oushels of the Xorth (iwestern yellow dent, ten days earlier [than the Northwestern dent, at $2 a Mmshel. Raised for ten years at Riv [erside Stock farm. Seventy-five bush Mis white flint seed corn for sale at $2 [a bushel 25 cents extra for sacks. [Aug. Erbstoesser, Leonard, N. D.— MAdvt. SALE.— lot in Island Par« on Seventh avenue, between Fourth and Fifth streets. Phone 1554-L. A good house of rooms, full base Jlient, brick foundation, porch rent for $15 .00 per month also a goo cottage of 4 rooms rents for $8.00 p« month. A good barn and shed a: Situated on a plot of pround 240x1'.i feet. Small fruits, trees and shruhs and fine garden place on lots. Thr blocks from car line and school. W'il Bell on terms for $2,400 Fir« and Tornado Insurance Money to Loan P'^one- 307 Uver "1st Nat'i Ban: SPECIAL SALE I on DIAMOND RINGS at I The Ssndberg C©. J. F. Holmes & Co. 100-102 Broadway Fargo, North Dakota Wedding Rings Rings for all Gift Occasions. I J. S. C. NELSON I Jeweler. 16 Hrondway, A house of 9 rooms, full basement, hot «lr heat, sewer, water and bath, gas, electric lights, porch, an abundance of beautiful trees: beautiful lot 173x150 feet just off the pavement in Islanr Park. One block from car line, abui •even blocks from heart of city & Ideal place, sheltered from hot sum Jner days right on the river. A sm at $3,000. Will sell on terms. See rn about this. 5 Interest Rate 300 BUSHELS CHOICE North1western 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. All tin cans and rubbish piled at curb by Satur day, May 9th, will be hauled to City FREE. Dump By Order of City* sUM CUANING We are now ready for business and will clean your carpets, rugs, upholstery, mattresses, walls and ceilings by tne vacuum process with the Little Giant House Cleaner. We guarantee our work. LORD i RHODES PHONE 1800 O N E Y Deposited here on or before May 5th will draw interest from May 1st. Two months' interest will be credited to such deposits on July 1,1914. 0 Compounded /O Half Yearly is Where the Chimes-Are No. 11 Broadway Fargo, N. D. Do You Know Flath's Garage? Just try him with your next trouble. I was there and he is good. JACK LANG Front St. i 1 ed The main topic of conversation when two or more women get together in Fargo these days, is the household show and "cooking school" which opens Wednesday afternoon in Stone's new auditorium, under the auspices of The Forum. This great feature prom ises to be an event which local house wives will appreciate to the fullest extent and already there have been expressions from hundreds of inter ested women that they would not miss it for anything. The Forum wants to particularly impress upon its readers that the en tire affair is gotten up in a spirit of good fellowship, with a genuine desire to be of actual service to its many women readers by assisting them, through Mrs. Marshment's lectures and demonstrations, in the solution of their housekeeping troubles, especially in the culinary department. Mrs. Marshment promises a most thorough threshing out of the household prob lems and her demonstrations will be practical in every sense of the word, actually preparing and serving the many recipes which she offers in her lectures, to the members of her cook ing classes. Be sure to bring a spoon and small plate with you to the "cooking school" BO that you will be prepared to accept the invitation to step up to the cooking platform and taste the delicious dishes which are gotten up. Mrs. Marshment will entirely change her cooking program at each session, nothing will be repeated as it is her intent during the four after noons and evenings of her stay in Fargo to po through a comprehensive program and offer the greatest variety possible. The evening sessions of the "cooking school" will be just as com- COLLEGES HOLD CONFERENCE THREE DAY SESSION OF DELE GATES FROM COLLEGES OF THE STATE HELD IN THIS CITY- MANY WILL GO TO NATIONAL CONFERENCE AT GENEVA. The college "T" conference, at which delegates from the colleges of the state gathered to take up plans for the com ing year, and for attendance at the Lake Geneva conference this summer, closed last night. Delegates were pres ent from the state university, the agri cultural college, the Valley City nor mal, the Mayville normal, the Ellendale industrial school, Fargo college and the Luther Bible school at Wahpetoo. Practically all the colleges of the state will send delegates to the national conferencei at Lake Geneva. During the conference there have been a number of papers read on vari ous phases of "Y" work in the col leges, in which the speakers brought out the great and ever-growing influ ence of the college "Y" and the dis tinctive place it fills in college life, especially the help it can give to the new student, to the stranger in the "ollege, and to the man who is ill and without friends. The delegates had charge of the Sunday afternoon men's meeting at the "Y" yesterday, at which J. L. i !hilds of the international committee of the Y. M. C, A. was the speaker. Mr. 'hilds has presided at the convention. The meeting was in charge of Ray Sweetman of the A. C., and Harry Wells of the state "U" conducted the devotional service. I Mr. Childs stated that he believed Christianity was the greatest need of the world today and said that many the evils which are perplexing so i iety today would cease to exist if Christianity were universally accepted. He commented especially on the need I in China, where the force is inadequate o handle the work, and where there are thousands eager to accept chris ianity. Saturday evening the delegates gathered at the Annex hotel for a banquet, which was held primarily for the Lake Geneva men, and those who are planning on the trip to Lake Geneva. During the progress of the material part of the banquet the time was enlivened by the giving of the college songs and yells of various of the colleges which were represented. Jack Childs was toastmaster of the evening and called first upon Dr. Wal ters of the Methodist church, who spoke on the subject of Education and Religion. Dr. Wlalters emphasized the fact that upon the young college men of the country rests much of the responsibility for the solving of the many and grave problems that per plex the American people today. Secretary Sweetman of the A. C. told of Lake Geneva and recounted the great benefits of a trip to the na tional conference and the inspiration of contact, with some of the great "Y" men of the country. Harry Wells of the University of North Dakota, and Secretary Wolf of the city "Y" spoke along general lines, and following their talks, the men present were call ed upon for their experiences at Lake Geneva. MANY LICENSES ISSUED Cass County Leads the State in Num ber of Automobile and Motor cycle Licensee. More automobile and motorcycle li enses were issued in Cass counly ihan in any other county in the state auring the month of April, according lo the report of Secretary of State Hall. A total of 929 autos and seven ty motorcycles were licensed durinjj the month in this county. Grand Porks county comes next, with 597 autos and forty motorcycles. The large sum of $25,971.20 has been distributed so far this year for road i improvement, and Cass county eot '52.411.60 of this, about half of this being distributed during the month of April alone. Licenses have been issued for a to tal of 10,167 autos and 604 motorcycles in the entire state since the flrBt of Ufa* .year, THE FAKGO FORUM 'AND DAILY. BEPTJBLICAN, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 4, 1914. Fargo Wornem Keenly Forum's AN ADDED FEATURE. A feature of added Interest at the Household show the last four days this week will be the attractive musical program which will be giv en under the direction of the Stone Piano Co. Dailv concerts each afternoon and evening on the pianola and vic trola will be presented before the cooking school opens, offering the lat est numbers from the popular musical shows, vocal and instrumental numbers from the old time operas rendered by the world's best and most noted artists. Music Is a universal attraction and the daily concerts at the Household show will be greatly appreciated by the hundreds of rep resentative women who will, in all probability, attend this interesting and instructive affair. Watch The Forum for daily programs of the aft ernoon and evening concerts. If you have not already clipped the free admission coupon from The Forum, do It now. Be sure to attend the opening session next Wednesday afternoon promptly at 2 o'clock It is all free to readers of The Forum. plete as the afternoon demonstrations and to get the best results from the lectures it will be well to arrange to attend each and every one of the eight classes beginning Wednesday after noon and ending Saturday evening. It will be the greatest change Fargo and Moorhead housewives have ever had to "brush up" their knowledge of the culinary art. In addition to the cook ing classes there will be the clever exhibits of local and national pure food products with special demonstra tions from each booth display and sample and souvenirs given to each visitor. Quite a large number-of con cerns have announced their intention 'of participating in the household show and the exposition of attractive ex hibits will be an added feature of great interest. Remember, there is no cost attached to the^household show and "cooking school" as far as visitors are concerned. The Forum Is taking care of the ex pense of the proposition and offers it to its readerB as a compliment to them. The only admission requirement is that you clip the free coupon which appears in another part of this issue and pre sent it at the door. Extra admission coupons will be given to any woman in or Moorhead on request at this office, without any obligation of any nature. The Forum wants every wo man in this city and vicinity to attend one or all of the cooking demonstra tions as a guest of this paper, and take advantage of the clever, interesting and educational lectures offered by Mrs. Marshment. Afternoon sessions will begin promptly at 2 p. m„ Wednesday and the evening classes called to order at 8 o'clock sharp daily. The house hold show will continue, each afternoon and evening the last four days of this week. Clip the free admission coupon now and arrange to attend the open ing session Wednesday afternoon. It will be well worth your while. iilfii CAMPAIGN OPENS REPRESENTATIVE OF REDPATH VAWTER SYSTEM HERE— DE LIVERED TICKETS AND AD. VANCE ADVERTISING MATE RIAL. Dick Vawter, a representative of the Redpath-Vawter Chautauqua system, has just visited Fargo to open the ad vertising campaign for the coming as sembly. He delivered the season tick ets to the local committee and left some attractive outdoor advertising material thai opens what promises to be a record -breaking campaign of publicity. The Redpath-Vawter people httve always been great believers in adver tising and this season they are adding features that cannot fail to attract much attention. Window cards, streamers, flags, banners, pennants and billboard material will be furnish ed in quantities and the town wear a gala dress by opening da" arrives will the time the Information regarding Hans S. Johnson wanted. Last seen in Chi cago. Wife is sick and brokenhearted. Mrs. Hans Johnson, care Fargo For um.—Advt. SMITH STIMMEL TO SPEAK «mith Stirnmel will speak to the foreigners* English classes at the Y. M. c. A. tonight at 7:30 o'clock on the subject of Abraham Lincoln as I Knew Him. Mr. Stimmel was a member of Lin coln's bodyguard, and is one of the few men living who had the honor of knowing personally the great leader. The meeting is open to all foreign speaking men of the city, and all are cordially invited to attend. SERUM OUTPUT IS LARGE The largest amount of hog cholera serum ever manufactured in one month A* c* was put out Iast month, ^o0,000 cubic centimeters. Dr. H. Preston Hoskins is in charge of the plant. This record was made in spite of the fact that the force at work was smaller than usual. Howard Kern Kamp of the University of Ohio is expected shortly, and with his help it is Planned to raise the production to 300,000 cubic centimeters during the month of May, with 500,000 subic cen timeters per month as the ultimate goal. WITH IMPLEMENT CO. Olaf Svidal who has been taking a course in bookkeeping at Aaker's Business college hks secured a posi tion with Lonnevik-Hendrickson Imp. Co. at Webster, N. D. School receiv ed another request this morning from a bank for a stenographer and book keeper. Enroll and get in line for a goof] position.—Advt. P, Six-room cottage with base mont, furnace heat, sewer, water, bath, gas, electric lights, Art. place, attic, piazza, fine lot 50x140 feet in Island pnrlr. to car line '11 jpr and school, only. ®iyi'iyp Easy terms. 3 60 acres, wild land, withii county, every foot tillable, 5 mi lea to town. .• .ft €11111 Per acre HOPGSQN REALTY CO. Phowv 125. Opposite* Po toffies '-w ,# V&: y i5 *4" i^ ps$ H" 1 TO ASPARAGUS ROOT3 Store Broadway and Front St. WITH BIG WHOLESALERS. Harvey Herman, who has just com pleted the year course at Dakota Busi ness college, has been sent to an ex cellent position with a big wholesale house, making fourteen D. B. C. peo ple with the concern. What pupils do when they graduate tells the story— publicity. FIRE. BURGLAR AND MOTH PROOF VAULTS. It will pay you well to have Joseph & Hoenek store your furs. Phone 615-L sti'l we wii! call -Advt. prices move only in one direction—UP! Even gold fluctuates sometimes lower, some times higher, in value. As a rule, the rise in diamond value is regu lar—about 15 per cent a year—year after year. Diamonds have in creased In cost to us about 20 per cent during the past 18 months. The principal cause is the jump in duty since Oct. 3rd, 1913—10 per cent more than before. We are still selling some of the goods we purchased before the ad vance at the old prices, and will continue to do so until July 1st, next. We solicit your busi ness in the diamond line believing that we can give you better value for your money than you can find elsewhere. We have the largest line of loose and mounted dia monds that this store has ever carried, and we invite your inspection of the stock. Will sell on payments, and on most liberal terms. The Sundberg Co. D. F. Sullivan, Prop. 72 Broadway Phone 696 Fargo, N. D. 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. 0 B. TIliM N. P. Aran ,*c Speedometer Service Statioa Miller Tires—Greatest Mileage Producer* Velvet Shock Absorbers Open Fer Business Ma, 1, 1914 v i Hardy Plants, Shrubs, Roots, Etc. 8PtREA HYDRANGEA SNOWBALL ULAC kDEUTZIA ir. vro HONEYSUCKLE 3 W k o a n o BARBERRY ALMOND lust (s'iTeusa trial to 8YRINGEA 14. o- DEVELOP 4 HARDY ROSES and i.'M| YOUR FILMS HEDGE PLANTS HARDY ASTERS GRAVE MYRTLE PHLOX GOLDEN GLOW 11 W© use improved methods in pic ture making, superior to any work in the city at the lowest prices. We carry a large stock of Fllm», Film Pack*. Trlpoda and Papers, Kwd»k»f Br«nnte^_jnj Prcmo Cnmerai 4 mi mi iiiiiiini— 10c Developing Any size fllm. purchased of us Wo are KODAK headquarters Films developed in Seven Hours HE SUNDBERG CO., 72 Bdwy It Storage Room Light, clean, well ventilated, cen trally located on track. If interested, write BOX 66, FARGO, N. D.—Advt. *1 14 2 fer- I S J&AY cMOWT P-KHy iCBi Look in Our W. 1 .1 iilikif O. BLEEDING HEART IRIS AMPELOP8I3 CURRANT BUSHES GOOSEBERRY BUSHES ORIENTAL POPPY RASPBERRY BUSHES PEONIES RHUBARB ROOTS STRAWBERRY PLANTS SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES jLiiBw*uitailed Over Quarter of a Century Greenhouses South Eight Street 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. We Buy Scrap Iron. Carload lots a specialty. Corre spondence given prompt attention. Fargo Iron & Metal Co.. Fargo. N. D. —Advt D. B. C. SUMMER SCHOOL OpenB at Dakota Business college soon. This promises to be the best term of the year. The enrollment will probably not run over 200 pupils, all teachers will be on duty, the large typewriter and adding machine equip mnet will be kept and rapid progress is certain—publicity. FOR SALE Little Pine Like, PERHAM, MINN. 200 feet beautiful beach—300 fert depth well wooded 5 room cottage with large well screen ed porch and curtains artesian •water, with pump, in house bath house, boat house, 5 row boats, poles, bait cans, tackle, etc. about $150 worth of sum mer furniture. $1,000 if taken v nnn—worth a great deal more. Write— J. B. MILLER PERHAM. MINN. iilx i! jSiiW 131'^'51II! iHiiitllttUuiu WMMUlDUliiOllUklllliiiUUIl This Is Kindel Week Wii ^n,W8 Pass our store and see the display of KINDEL Bed Davenports and IMvanett .es, No one who sees this display can fail to recoenize how ere»t i a°e-o if in ,any- home—h°w it is as a piece of day-time furniture how comfortable and satisfac tory it is as abed by night. You could not buy i &8J liuefeifVL: 71 MATRIMONY VINE WOODBINE •mil jhi id f: iQri3atxlQ s&tiienoG handsome and effective a Reduced Prices This Week Only the KiarShiWt ^CC,S„ the same us usual. Come now. while The KINDEL DeLuxe The KINDEL Dioanette The KINDEL Somersaultic Cdsomer daven- OLSON FURNITURE CO. |11-215Bdwy. Pargo, N. D. Double amount of 8. & H. Green Tradino Stamp* with all Ki„ del. sold for oath during this .ale, 8 W WI Hi I 1 Kln'