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1 u '$'!• 111 pl't OFT front, roll coat notch collar on the waistcoat snug, close fitting trousers these are some of the Hart Schaffner & Marx ideas for young men the point is, they're made in all-wool fabrics, and right tail oring. Suits at $18 and up. J. F. HOLMES & CO. The home of Hurt *chaffner & Marx good clothes. 100-102 Broadway Fargo, N. D. WITH NORTHERN COMMERCIAL CO. Manager Turner of abovo rnmpany called at Dakota Business college to day for a capable office woman and Miss Thea Blakeslee was sent to the situation. Young people should ob serve that the very best positions are secured by D. B. C. people—this is the best advertising. Ball and socket fasteners have been patented to hold tongues of shoes in place. Now Open! Nome, No. Dak. Everything new—except the real estate Everything modern no better furn ished rooms in the state Commercial men given special attention FRIEDLAND, Prop. Good House of 6 rooms full ba.se m-nt, furnace, bath, gas, lights, sewer, water, porch, trees, lawn, cement walks fine location. on car line •iM $3400 No. 3524. J. Ls Phone 807. Over 1st. Nat l. Bank Cement Fillings at 50c Extracting with gas $1.50 22K Gold Crowns, heavy ....$5.00 Best Porcelain Crown ...$5.0U Best heavy bridg work, per tooth .... $5.00 Guaranteed 20 Years The Bell Company has created the pntire art of telephony. Almost without excep tion, none of the impor tant contributions to the art have been made by any government owned telephone administration, or by any other tele phone company, "either in this coun try or abroad. Type after type of in struments, of cable and switchboards have been invented, built and dis carded for something better. Copyright Hart Sch«flacr .V Mai*. ISC CLUB PRES R. J. CONE, MANAGER OF THE FARGO PLANT OF MANCHESTER BISCUIT CO. BECOMES PRESI DENT OF FARGO COMMERCIAL CLUB. Officers for the ensuing year of the Fargo Commercial club were elected at the annual meeting last night, and K. J. Cone, manager of the Fargo branch plant of the Manchester Biscuit was chosen president of the club to succeed J. S. Watson, who has served most creditably during the past year. The officers elected were: President—R. J. Cone, manager Manchester Biscuit Co. Vice President—leorge H. Hollister, president Northern Trust Co. Second vice president—Claude E. Nugent, Magill & Co. Treasuier—Fred A. Irish, vice pres iib nt First National bank. House committee—C. O. Follett of I ni'go Mercantile Co., W. W. Smith of \i rth Dakota Harness Co., F. Leland w.itkins, president of Dakota Business "liege. The club has closed a successful v»nr. It has been a power that has made itself felt in all the fields of iift- in the city, due to the great in fluence for good in the community of J. S. Watson, the retiring president, whose services for the organization have been untiring. Everybody regTets his departure, but extends to his suc cessor, Mr. Cone, all hope for the same success. The governments of Italy, Belgium and Uruguay have officially adopted 24 hour time. SUMMER SCHOOL At Dakota Business college offers ad vantages not obtainable elsewhere. Scores of industrious people have en rolled and are enrolling. Why not let D. B. C. teach you "the things your future boss wants you to know and those which you must know be fore you get to be a boss?" put licity. NEW SYSTEM DENTISTS OPEN EVENINGS-SUNDAY BY APPOINTMENT OUR PRICES NEVER CHANGE CORNER FRONT AND SEVENTH STREETS Moorhead, Minn. Telephone 573 Southing About No. 5 All Europe, with 405 million people, has less than three million tele phones, or less than one tenth the number per pop ulation used in the United States. *Bell Telephone Service Has Set the Standard for the Rest of the World. NORTHWESTERN TELEPHONE EXGKM43E COMPANY Cannon BR TKKT $10.00 15 Years' Ex perience During the last eight years Bell e e o n e w i e s have been erected at the rate of two miles a minute— or a million miles a year. In modern facilities quality of service, and reasonableness of rates, no telephone system in the world approaches the Bell organisation. PROGRAM TONIGHT AND TOMORROW. By New Zealanders in native costume. church is feeling the effect of the fight ex-Sen. Frank J. Cannon of Utah is making against some of its polygam ous teachings for they had two men at the Chautauqua yesterday who at tempted to distribute their literature to the audience as it passed out. The senator says that they are following him to every town. No greater or more -stirring address has been heard in Fargo. There is not a doubt but the senator knows the facts and has the courage to give them. He flagged the modern Mormon king dom in a merciless manner and un doubtedly opened the eyes of many of his hearers to the peril of Mormon ism. Memorials to President Wilson. At last night's meeting Rev. A. E. Peterson, pastor of tlie First Baptist church, read two memorials address ed to President Wilson and to both houses of congress praying for the cessation of polygamous practices ift the United States as are couched in two bills now pending before congress. Both memorials were adopted unani mously by a rising vote of the large audience and Rev. Mr. Peterson wasin structed to send both to the White House and each wing of the federal capitol. Governor Glenn Heard. Robert B. Glenn, former governor of North Carolina, was heard last night in a patriotic lecture in which he pictured both the past, present and future of the nation. Governor Glenn is a patriot through and through. Ho spoke in lauding terms of President Lincoln and Gen eral Grant and with much feeling also for General Lee. He reminded his audience of the fact that North Caro lina by a vote of 57,000 had decided not to secede from the United States when the question was put up to the people and recalled that it was not until after the North Carolinans had On first mortgages on improved Fargo property and farms in Cass and adjoining counties. 61J Gold Fillings, up from .$1.50 Porcelain Fillings, up from...$1.50 Best Silver Fil lings $1.00 extracting Teeth, at 50o FINE SET OF THE FARGO POBTTM AND DAILY RBPTFBLICA1T, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, 1914. Practices in Utah Frank J. Cannon, First United States Senator From Utah, Delivered Great Utterance Against Mormonism Charged Mormon Apostles With Openly Practicing Poly gamy and Flaunting It Before the World Governor Glenn Last Night—Former Senator Burkett of Nebraska Today and Fine Orchestra Tonight. Popular Concert—Schildkret's Hungarian Orchestra. A delightful variety of inspiring musical selections. Tomorrow. Junior Chautauqua—Play Festival. Morning Lecture—With the Coolies in China. Afternoon. Swiss Concert, the Alpine Singers and Yodlers. Lecture—America as Seen by an Oriental, Julius Caesar Nayphe. A native Athenian appearing in Grecian costume. Evening. Swiss Concert, The Alpine Singers and Yodlers. Educational Entertainment—Portrayal of Life in the South Seas, The Raweis Co. It is evident that the Mormon been ordered to fire on their brothers accross the line in South Carolina that they were forced into the fray. Governor Glenn's own father was a unionist stump speaker during the campaign when North Carolina voted not to secede. In his address the gov ernor prayed for moral reforms of the people of the country in business, so cial life, women's dress and other things. The governor Is a good common sense man who is entertaining and has a fund of homely philosophy that is good for the i-eople to hear in this day and age. Other Entertainers. The preludes yesterday were fur nished by Rogers and Grilley, a teamfo entertainers that has few equals. Mr. Rogers' harp classics were greatly en joyed, and Mr. Grilley's clever read ings and stories convulsed the audi ence. Sam Schildkret and his famous ten piece Hungarian orchestra furnished the musical prelude this afternoon and ex-SenatorBurkett of Nebraska was the speaker. Tonight the orchestra will give the full progTam, and a great treat is promised, for the orchestra is one of the very best in America. It shares honor with the Ben Greet play ers and Quintano's band, as one of the three big attractions of the week. 1 J. B. FOLSOM CO. ani SL Fn/re'o, N. D. 10c Developing Any size film purchased of us. We are KODAK headquarters. Films developed in Seven Hours. THE SUNDBERG CO., 72 Bdwy. I F1 Tomorrow will be International day. The musical preludes will be furnished by the Alpine Singers and Yodlers in Swiss costume. The afternoon lecture will be by Julius Caesar Nayphe, the famous Grecian lecturer, in native cos tume. At night The Raweis Co., native New Zealanders, will give an illustrated lecture and entertainment in native costume, showing beautiful colored pictures, sing and play native songs and exhibit curios. It will be'a great day. The crowds are steadily growing and despite the floods and unfavora ble conditions the management is car rying out all the programs as adver tised. If the good weather continues the big tent should be packed. 1 i Oderbrucker barley, Primost flax, Northwestern Dent corn, ready for quick shipment. Best seed at a reas onable price. Amenia & Sharon Land Co. Amenia. N. Dak.—Advt. Phone 325 For Dray or Express Wag on quick, responsible service. FARGO BAGGAGE & TRANSFER CO J. P. Coleman, Prop. 122 Broadway Co The newest and best collar. Has pocket in band to hold button separate from tie, gives the only perfect tie space—for it's built in the collar. Onoe you try the "Looscarf" yon will never again fye satisfied to wear ordinary collars. In Every Correct Styl# 2 o 2 5 S i z e s I i Recommended and sold toy E. M. BERG, 311 Broadway ALEX STERN CO., 18-24 Broadway 8. & C. CLOTHING CO., 520 Front Street COLLEGE FIRST EVENT OF COMMENCE MENT WEEK AT FARGO COL LEGE WILL BE GRADUATION OF ACADEMY CLASS AT FIRST BAPTI8T CHURCH FRIDAY. The first graduation event In the commencement week of Fargo college is the preparatory graduation Friday evening at the Baptist church at 8 o'clock. The young people who have complet- o the preparatory course and are ready for real college work are: Andrew Love, Charles Janneck, Edi son Colwell, Elsie Lebus, Esther Thompson, Frances Tillotson, Howard Sturtzel, Lillian Lemke, Luella Kuhn, Mae Egge, Marie Rose, Philip Eck man, Walter Anderson. Paul Graham is president of the class, Ferne Gardner, vice president Lewis Guild, treasurer. The class colors are maroon and gold, the mot to "Watch Us." The program for Friday night is: Prelude, E Minor Paul Graham K flfat?A-,... Prayer Rev. Mr. Peterson Salutatorian Ferne Gardner Vocal Solo Frances Tillotson Valedictorian Charles Janneck Violin Solo Paul Graham Class Prophecy Marie Rose Presentation of diplomas Dean Robinson Declamation Philip Eckman Prayer. A. C. WATR1NS IN FARGO A. C. Watkins, formerly connected with a number of interests in the city, tlrrived from Valley City yesterday morning whence he came over the Soo line from Kansas City. Mr. Watkins is busy getting out the annual report of the Dakota Business college of which he is still treasurer, and a member of its board of directors. Professor Watkins is now pastor of their church in Kansas City but is out on an evangelistic swing for the sum mer months. He has a local meeting in South Dakota the latter part of this month, then goes west for the Washington and Oregon state camps, thence into Cali fornia for a camp, thence into South Missouri for their annual gathering, thence to the Oklahoma camp and back to the annual North Missouri meeting at Macon, Mo. He plans to be at home with his church about the middle of September. He reports the states of Missouri, Il linois and Iowa as badly in need of rain, but that never were greater wheat prospects than are now seen in Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado And New Mexico. The wheat crop in his own nativ© state is very fine. To a Forum reporter Mr. Watkins said he was glad to be back in Fargo, if only for a few days. It truly looks good, said he. It is especially accept able to escape the hot weather in the city which was raging when he left there. A short visit to the old Watkins homestead added £0 £he pleajiuis of this trip, r-t, -t- mmmmm HONG KONG FURNITURE Comfortable and Durable Rockers, regular 510.25 OA value now Rockers, regular $9.75 ftTJ Of' value now $ OO Rockers, regular $9.65 $77 l"7£* value now *Pl. I tJ Rockers, regular $9,25 mT7 OA value now •OVJ Rockers, regular $8.50 rftf? value, now iP\J» It/ Chair to match. Same price. 211-213 Broadway WILL SPARE NO EXPENSE Amos Tweeden Will Spare no Expense in Making His Theatre One of Most Up-to-Date Houses in Town. Amos Tweeden is sparing no ex pense in making his new theatre The contract for the seats of the w Tweeden theatre was let today and will be obtained from the Am ertouT Seating Co., of Chicago through the medium of the Webster Theatrical exchange of this city. 'Theseats are said to be the best in the city, leather cushions and backs and everything for the comfort of the patrons. Mr. Tweeden will install two motion picture machines of the best type and invention. TO JAIL FOR GAMBLING Two Men, One White and One Color ed, go to County Jail for Gambling —One Other to be Tried. Jas. Green and Howard Kelly, color ed, and Edward Barry and W. 9. Benish, white, appeared before Judge Miller yesterday afternoon on the: charge of gambling. Barry and Green were found guilty, and were sentenc ed to ten days in the city jail. Kelly was discharged. Benish will come up for his hearing this evening. The men were arrested in the back room of a building on lower Front street. We Buy Scrap iron. Carload lots a specialty. Corre spondence given prompt attention. Fargo iron & Metal Co.. Fargo. N. D. AC?FT. ^Advertising has been a factor—an import ant factor—in the success of my business. BUT—would you buy my gar ments if you could get better clothes for the price you pay for mine? NO! WOULD you buy my clothes if you could get others just as good, for less than you pay for minet Of course not. Advertising is merely an evidence of my faith in the merit of my clothes. Continuous advertising is proof of the public's confidence in them. Evan son's clothes have been ad vertised, continuously. ever since I entered the Tailoring Business in Fargo. Now showing BOO of the niftiest patterns for Summer Wear. $25 up. Ted Evanson Pine Tailorring 421 N. P. Ave. Corner Lot, 7th Ave. North ce ment walks, south and east front. Price At entrance to Oak Grove part -room cottage on cement foun dation, cellar, lights fine lot, 5b 150 feet close to car iine south side ^JlOw 160 acres, fine valley land, one and one-half miles to good town handy to per acre $45 REALTY CO Phone 125 Opposite Po^ioffice a! •PUki Jl. This Clearance Sale of New Summer Furniture Will Save Yon 20 to 25 Per Cent. Bear in mind, also, that these savings are based on our well known low regular prices. It is our policy not to carry one season's goods over to the next, neither do we allow them to become shopworn. m. %w y Balance of Our Old Hickory at 25% Disceim! PROMPT ACTION WILL BE NECESSARY TO SECURE THE MOST DESIRABLE PIECES. W.O. OLSEN FURNITURE CO. w i ne*t the Tweeden hotel on N. P. avenue one of the most up-to-date and complete amusement houses in town. Girls to operate power sewing ma chines. Either day or night work. Ex perience not necessary—though pre ferred. Apply at once to A. J. Wright & Sons.—Advt J.W. DUNHAM VETERINARY SURGEON Office in Fout & Porterfield'a Drug Store. Phone 445. Resi dence Phone 340. Kinnear IJ* We Give S. & H, Green Trading Stamps. Farg-o, N. The No. 2 is a very dainty little camera which will slip readily into an ordinary pocket, and make excellent pictures" the all-by-day-light-way. It is fitted with out Pocket Automatic shutter working for time, bulb and snap-shot exposi|res, in which is mounted an excellent meniscus lens. Fitted with Kodak Portrait Attachment, this becomes a good camera for home portraiture, and the negatives which it makes will yield excellent 5x7 enlargements by use of the Brownie Enlarging Camera. No. 2 Folding Pocket Brownie........... .$5.00 No. 2A Folding Pocket Brownie $7.00 No. 3 Folding Pocket Brownie $9.00 No. 3A Folding Pocket Brownie .$10.00 "We are headquarters for all kinds of Kodak Ne cessities. Hagen-Newton Company KALTEX FIBRE FURNITURE Green and Brown Color. Blockers, regular dfl "1 AA value $15.00 now vil.t/U Rockers, regular mQ value $10.00 now J. F. Ri Dainty Folding Pocket Kod Established 1873 Great Sale of Ladies' Quality 300 pair Jj-i •prrn in every pait, at very special prices* Jiook over our large tables of Oxfords and Pumps. ©f Thursday, Friday and Saturday Ladies' Oxfords and Pumps, *11 leathers: pat ents, tans, blacks worth $3.00 and $4.00^g yf fig regular, fino-mal Special 250 pairs of Girls' Misses and Children's Ox fords and Strap Pumps. Very special at^V .. 60 BROADWAY ummm.mmmu aa 3pO.UU Rockers, regular Of value $6.50 now $0. ZjO Rockers, regular m. a r\s\ value $5.00 now iSKt.UU Rockers, regular wtQ value $3.75 now /\rr Chairs to match Same price. s*. jI A D. TO COOPERSTOWN. Chas. Burseth of State bank at Cooperstown called up Aaker's Busi ness college for a bookkeeper and stenographer. E. Iverson was sent in to the position and entered upon his duties today. A business training makes the getting of the first position easy and puts a person in line for something worth while.—Advt. Undertaker and Embalmei. Agent for a complete line of c&ak-< ets and funeral supplies. Pictures framed, fine and cheap. South Broadway, Fargo. Phone 87. rOr% 6ALc—r'mest rtaiuenctj lot in Island Park on Seventh avenue, between Fourth and Fifth ntrootcs Phnnp 4, MmS -3? Tl SK\'