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K 1 sf i'C "i I SUITS AND COATS All new spring and summer models— $7.50 BLOUSES Crepe de chine, all colors $6.50 to $13.50 Half Price WASH WAISTS Voiles, crepes, linens, lawns white and colors, $1.19 to S2.50 ed ov One lot of carried over waists, each 50c and 25c Brown SOCIAL NOTES Miss Bemelce Oesti® la visiting with friends at Detroit lake this week. Miss Norah Laraen returned from De troit lake today after visiting friends Over the Fourth. C. J. Austin and family of the de Lendrecle store spent the holiday and Sunday at Bralnerd, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Colwell and their (ruest, Miss Toombs were among those •who returned from the lakes today, KODAK FINISHING "j. if fn 8 Hours liigen-Nwftoa Co. S C"--" -V OMfi housekeepers use ordinary laun dry soap for washing dishes. At the same time they spend considerable money on lotions, creams, etc., in an effort, usually unsuccessful, to pre serve their hands from •gisjfeit the roughening effects W'i) of the soap. A The newest style garments now offered at radical reductions for quick selling. SWEATERS FROM $2.75 to $10.00—Several styles colors, oxford, green, browns, cardinal, blues and white. Miss Lucile Brletol who is spending the summer at the lakes had as her over Sunday guests, the Misses Mar garet Holllster and K&therin Whee lock. The Woman's union of the First Con gregational church will meet on Tues day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home Other housekeepers use nothing but Ivory Soap. Knowing that it cannot harm the tenderest skin, they deem its use a true economy. And then they have the satisfaction of knowing that their glassware, silver and china are scrupulously clean. 998* FUSE Which housekeepers are the wiser? SOAP Growers and shippers of CUT FLOWERS, PLANTS, eto. The largest facilities and best appointed service in the West fdr handling out-of-town orders. Funeral designs made up on short notice. Phone or write us, Night or D%y. Established a quarter of a century. e n o a a o u e Coc, Broadway and^Frcnfc 8&««& F«CflO« N, O. TT Wash Kimonos 98c to $3.50 C. E. Shotwell, Successor to 606 Front Street ear Here are a few 'specials: DRESSES Special prices on new models—crepes, voiles, tissues, linens, etc.— $5.00 $7.50, $12.50 and $15.00 MIDDY BLOUSES $1.25 to $1.75 regular, now— *1.19 MESSALINE PETTICOATS Special to close out regular $4.00, $4.50 and $5.0fr— $2.98 ssrwr where they enjoyed an outing over the week end. Mrs. E. G. Blaine of Grand Forks was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Southard Saturday and Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Marris and son Arthur, returned today from Fairhills, where they visited over the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wheelock and son and Mrs. and Mrs. G. H. Holllster spent the Fourth and Sunday at Lako Lizzie. Mrs. Charles Thorpe of Haley, N. D., arrived in the city yesterday to visit some time with her daughter. Miss Julia Thorpe. Miss Lillian Thorson, of Minneapolis, is the guest of Mrs. Q. H. Rustad, of Moorhead. Miss Thomson will be in Moorhead until the last of the week. south*' W' Klns' Sund^v Jli ea THE FARGO FORTBf 'AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 6, 1914. 0f 818 Ninth streftt The Rebekah Sewing clrcia re,u*st'd 5 "VMW" w£L".iVVin p^«A« vsr1"8 nf"\rf«WrT°f f°Mont the youn® people, consisting of Misses Larson and CrUikshank and Messrs. Babcock and Barnson chan eroned by Mr. and Mrs. E. Gestie ham Fourth and Sunday at Shore- ^turned home bundaj night from Grand Forks, where she spent the week end. Previous to going to Grand Forks, she spent Lv home yV FI«her, at the Dr. Holland OreIr'aarr|1v^r1'r,I^KR- fi'ns of Stanfleld, ore., arrived in the city yesterday for Mrs W olfii ^Lth thelr wiTit i K H°ward and ^°v «7tir™Ve dau»hter, T^ey ftre enroute east to visit relatives and friends the re mainder of the month. Mr. and Mrs George Pardoe, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. T. t0 *.heenjoyed Rea farm Satur day afternoon and a Dicnic supper, after which they looked oveS c?ubgr°Un 4 Town ftnd Country fn!!1 bS'•WUH" Stewart autoed to Cassel ton Saturday to attend the celebration ik c'tJr- a 1 Mr. Stewart returned with the car yesterday and Mrs. Stew art with the party of horseback riders Casselton Saturday to spend the Fourth. ™^rii/ran(1™ir!' Scott ard son, Dr. and Mrs. Dlllion, Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Dotson and children, Mrs. Clements and Mrs. J. H. Kurtzman took an auto trip south o/ the city Saturday afternoon and enjoy ed picnic supper on the Johnson farm. A -JeBS,#, Edwards of Wallace, Idaho formerly of this city arrived in the city Saturday evening for a few days visit with Miss Alice Lewis. She is enroute to Chicago to visit rriendB. Miss Edwards has a host of friends in the city to welcome her on this return visit. Among those who went to Hilleboro Saturday to attend the celebration were Mrs. Clara Darrow, Mm Mary Weible Mrs. Elizabeth O'Neil, Mr. and Mrs j' Foppler and Dr. Max Batt. Miss Har riett Grim of Wisconsin who is touring the state In suffrage interest gave an address there Saturday and the party went down to hear her. Mlas Grim was well received and the people were delighted with the address. Mrs. A. C. True, of 1007 Sixth street south, was very completely and very pleasantly surprised by a few intimate friends Saturday, the affair having been arranged by Miss Blane.h True in honor of her mother's birthday anni versary. A delicious 7 o'clock supper was served at small tables on the porch at which Mayor and Mrs. Emery and daughter, and Air. Hanson and three daughters were guests. Garden flowers foimed the only decorations, together with a crocheted basket of beautiful roses, the gift of a neighbor to Mrs. True. A party of about a dozen young peo ple motored from Fargo to Lisbon Fri day afternoon, where they were guests at a house party over the Fourth, of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Jones, of that place. Guests from elsewhere were also pre sent, making about twenty In all, and a very delightful time was enjoyed. Those who went from Fargo, the party re turning Sunday night, were Misses Re becca Williams, of Norfolk, Va. Maur lne Anderson, of Chalmers, Ga. Grace Gratia, of Chicago, all guests at the R. S. Lewis home Misses Claire Elliott, Zella Jacobson, and Alice Lewis Wil son Johnson, of Norfolk, Va., Horace Young, Peter Elliott, Arthur Peterson, md Harry Rush. Miss Edith C. Chapman and Edward Madison, both of this olty, were mar ried Friday evening, the ceremony tak ing place at the 3. H. Rustad home, In Moorhead. There were only a few guests present, being mostly relatives, and the wedding service was followed by a prettily appointed dinner which was served in five courses, also at the Rustad home. American beauties and peonies formed pretty decorations for the occasion. The bride was becom ingly gowned in white shallow, lace over Bilk. While making her home in Fargo several years past, she has been sten ographer for a Moorhead firm, and the bridegroom Is employed by Whoelock & Wheelock of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Madison will make their home in Far go. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dalrymple and Miss Dalrymple, who are spending a few weeks at their farm home near Kelso, were host and hostesses at a large house party over the Fourth. Saturday they gave a dinner at which covers were placed for fifteen and yes terday another dinner at which covers were placed for twenty guests. The entertainment provided for the guests included two tennis court, croquet ground and a billiard room and all re port a delightful titne. Among those who went out from here Saturday were, John Pollock, Harold Crosby arid Hom er Dixon. The other Fargo guests drove'out in cars yesterday afternoon and enjoyed a picnic supper* returning by moonlight last evening. The chap erones for the party were Mrs. Oliver Dalrymple of Casselton and Mr. and Mrs. Von Stelnwehr of Kelso, and among the guests were Mrs. Reuben Warner, son and nephew of St. Paul who are enroute to Glacier National park and spent the two days at the Dalrymple farm, enroute Miss Eliza beth Warner of St. Paul who is en route to Seattle to visit, Miss Francis Erwin of St. Cloud who is the guest of Miss Dalrymple for a week or ten days and Kingsley Erwin of St. Cloud. STATE WEDDINGS F. H. Ellwein and Miss Nettie Klus mann of New Salem were united in marriage by Rev. JF. Fontana Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Emil Beusen acted as best man and Miss Emma Klusmann as bridesmaid. Only rela tive® were present at the ceremony. On Tuesday the marriage of Miss Ella Mathison and Gustav Rindsrud was solemnized at the bride's home near Norton, Rev. Kluxdal officiating. Tuesday afternoon, June SO, occurred the marriage of Miss Emma Thrugstad to Olal Martin Anderson, the wedding taking place ip the Hltterdahl church in Sllvesta, Rev. Mr. Nordberg officiat ing. At the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Bjornstad, at Ellen dale, occurred the marriage of Emma M. Bjornstad to Harry 0. Wallis last Thursday afternoon in the presence of a few friends as witnesses. Rev. Mr. Hall of the Presbyterian church per forated the ceremony. Tuesday evening at 5 o'clock Miss Edna Niles of Glendive, Mont., and Vernon Greene of Dickinson were mar ried at the home of the groom's par ents, Mr. and rs. T. J. Greene. The wedding was a very quiet one. Miss Rose Flanegan being the only guest outside of the immediate family. The bride was accompanied by Miss Flane gan, and the bridegroom by his broth er, Eugene Green. Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents at El lendale, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Geer, Rev. Mr. Hall pronouncing the ceremony, oc curred the marriage of Miss Mabel B. Geer to Dwlght W. Crabtree. A pretty church wedding took place In Lldgerwood last week, Thursday aft ernoon, at 2 o'clock, when in the pres ence of a large circle of friend® and relatives, in the Evangelical Lutheran church, Rev. Mr. Grabuskey of Hank inson, in a very impressive manner, performed the ceremony which united Jacob Osten and Miss Anna Macheel in the holy bonds of matrimony. A very pretty wedding occurred at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. E. B. Davlsson, north of Bowman on Tuesday evening, June 30, when in the i presence of a large number of invited guests. Rev. John Nickerson of Pierce pronounced the words which made Benjamin Victor Haas and Miss Blanche Winifred Davlsson husbajid and wife. NEW CHARTERS ISSUED BY STATE SECRETARY HALL ISSUES LIST OF NEW CORPORATIONS THAT HAVE BEEN GRANTED AUTHOR ITY TO CONDUCT BUSINESS IN NORTH DAKOTA. Thomas Hall, secretary of state, re ports the following new corporations, organized in the state, for which charters have been granted out of his office from June 15th to June 30: Farmers' Union Elevator Co., Hazol ton, Emmons Co., capital stock, $10, 000, incorporators Frank Goughnour, C. A. Ward, "Ed. Canfleld. Filed June 15. Marshall-Niehuus Lumber Company, Beulah, Mercer Co., capital stock, $100,000, incorporators, A. Marshall, Minneapolis, John Marshall, St. Paul, and W. D. Niehuus, Beulah. Filed June 15. Minot Dairy Company, Minot, Ward Co., capital stock, $10,000, incorpor ators, J. E. Elsberry, Minot, O. K. Spires, Burlington, N. D., and W. D. Wilson, Drady. Filed June 17. Lisbon Cash Store, Lisbon, Ransom Co., capital stock $10,000, incorpor ators, John Fisher, Loren B. Curtis and Walter G. Curtis, all of Lisbon. Filed June 18. Knox Farmers Co-operative Eleva tor Co., Knox, Benson Co., capital stock, $16,000, incorporators, James Kane, Jas. H. Fish and A. H. Newman of Knox, N. D, Filed June 22. Kaninng Grain Company, Karls ruhe, McKenzie Co., capital stock, $15,000, incorporators, F. Kanning, Karlsruhe, Herman Foss and H. A. Foss of Minot. Filed June 22. Williston Elks Home association, the Williston, Williams Co., capital stock, $25,000, incorporators, M. J. Borden, H. R. Evans and R. L. Wel liver all of Williston Filed June 23. C. O. F. Hall association of Manta dor, Richland Co, capital stock, $10, 000, incorporators, Charles Woiwode, Joseph Lugert and Hubert Jacobs, all of Mantador. Filed June 25. Kloten Grain Company, Kloten, Nel- rarw cr$M| k/ w^UIJL|j •4.1 iij IP yog are troubled with dandruff, eczema or other scaly, itching scalp affection, try ehampooa with Resinol Soap and an occasional treatment with Resinol Ointment You will be sur prised how quickly the trouble disap pears, and the health and beauty of the hair improves. Avoid imitations. Reilnol Soap and Ointment also GINGHAMS: 32- In. wide, fine Zephyr Ginghams in a good assortment of patterns —regular 25c and 35c values. Special, a yard 19o Main Floor UP TO $1.00 DRESS GOODS 49e —French series, storm serpes, Bedford cords, etc. splendid selection of colore and patterns 40 inches wide up to $1.00 val ues special, per yard 49c UP TO $3.00 SILKS 98o—Seven lots, 28 to 40 inches wide. Newest silks at sale price, a yard 27-inch ratine stripe colored wash fabric in ink, blue, tan, lavender value 35c. Special for 27-lnch silk and cotton fabrics in ratines and other materials all sold for 65c per yard. Special price 27-inch brocaded matlaese regular 65c values in pink, light blue, Copenhagen, old rose shades. Special 36-inch ratine, silk filled value $1.00 a yard in pink. blue, Copenhagen, lavender. Special Patent Butt Oxfords sued® and white buck ox fords and pumps good styles and 9 sizes $4.00 values All our ladies' tan oxfordg and pumps all $1.00 values. at Now to close out, CREPES—One table all new styles fancy Plisso crepe, for dresses, dressing sacques and underwear. July Clearance Sale, 11#* per yard At* RIPPLETTES—1,000 yards all new style Ripplettes regular 15c quality (limit, 15 yards to a customer), July Clearance, a yard *vt GINGHAMS—25 pieces 15c quality book fold Ping hams, (quantity limit 20 yards). July Clearance, a yard KIMONO CREPES—One lot new styles Kim no Crepes light and dark colors regular 18c quality. July Clearance, a yard son Co., capital stock $25,000, incor porators, N. Michon, Hans Eriksen of Kloten and I. L. Isaacson of Aneta, N. D. R. No. 1. Filed June 25. Wing Farmers Co-operative associ ation, Wing Burleigh Co, capital stock $1,500, incorporators, Isaac Kennlla. G. A. Bardsley and O. F. Pensonen, all of Wing. Filed June 26. The First State Sank of Northgate, Northgate, Burke Co, capital stock, $10,000, Incorporators A. C. Wiper, B. M. Wohlwend and F. J. Kronan of Bowbells Filed June 27. Security State Bank of Burkey, Golden Valley Co, capital stock, $10, 000, incorporators, F. C. Proehl, Bur key, Hugh Egan and Mark F. Jones of Beach. Filed June 27. Merely a Matter of Opportunity. The Popular Magazine: Hamp Moore of Pennsylvania is one of the most prolific speakers of the house of representatives. So is Tom Sisson of Mississippi. Whenever a public ques tion comes flitting by, these two fel lows catch it on the wing, pick it to pieces, devour it. digest it and then say what they think about It. When ever a matter of International policy looms on the horizon no bigger than a man's hand, Tom and Hamp send forth tholr mental outposts, surround It be i y jjc %e !, v$ i k 4, •, 1 hcrj akin crop* tiona, clear away pimplcu and blackh&ada, and forma most valuable household treatment, for sunburn, ttc. 1' or ri i i'1'fi'&ti.vi'rit® to Rminol. Dept. 13-S, Baltimore, Md. Sold by alldrugfci»t». froacribtid by doctor* for 19 jrmra. In Every Detail Fargo'8 Best Store Scores of July Savings Throughout this Big Store Silks and Dress Goods Sale Prices. One of the most im portant dress goods sales we have recently announced. UP TO $1.25 SILKS 59e—Cheney Bros, foulards, and other novelty silks 24 inches wide dozens of pretty styles—up to $1.25 silks, now 2.50 Gun meta,l, patent lace oxfords and pumps grain and three-strap suede slippers many good sizes in all... Ladles' patent strap, one and two hole ties also dull kid strap pumps, and one and two hole tie, Sorosis make $4.00 values Ladles' patent and kid strap slippers and oxfords, with French and Cu'ban heels many gol sizes in the different widths $3.00 to $4.00 values 1.75 59c WASH SILK8 85c—Five styles of tub silks, 31 to 36 inches wide, all In one lot at special, a yard Wash Goods—Note These Splendid Bargains -Moody's Great Shoe Sale- vwu uuw 1.00 Take advantage of this Oxford and Pum Sale. Values at prices unheard of. Big Basement Specials siege it, capture it, study it and dis cover all its eccentricities, habits and profound secrets—and then make speeches about it. It is a short day in congress when the pages of The Congressional Record are not enriched by the remarks of one or both of these gentlemen. They are hard workers on the floor as well as In their studies, and, as a result of this, both of them stand high in their party councils. One Tuesday morning they met at their club for breakfast. "Tom," said Hamp, "I'vo always contended that you are the best de bater In tho housa If there Is one fault in you, it ig that at tlrrtes you become so excited as to make your utterance somewhat Indistinct. As a rule, however, your voice rings high and clear. I had to leave here Friday afternoon and go to Philadelphia. As I went out of the house your thunder ous tones were shaking the glass In the roof of the house. When I re turned Monday afternoon and entered the house you were still talking. That is a record of which you should be proud." An extensive deposit of asphalt of high quality has been discovered in the Philippines. 1 18 1 1 XT A riv vii Formerly with Fargo Tailoring Co., Huntington Block, Fargo, N* Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed LONG GLOVES: 25 dozen 16-button length extra fine quality in black and white lisle gloves. July Clearance —e pair 39o Basement UP TO $2.50 DRESS GOOD8 $1 .15—A hip assortment of all wool dress goods 44 to 54 inches wide you'll be agreeably sur prised when you see this special value, per 4 mm y a 1 1 5 98c 27-inch mercerized waistings and white mat-'Wis regular 35c. 4 Special JL 2/ 27-inch voiles, Swisses and batistes for -waists or dresses. Special MC 40-inch ratine, white in plain and SiO fancy regular 51.00, for 40-inch rice voile a very dainty fabric for waller md dresses splendid quality. Special JL 44-inch crepe voile, in white sheer and pretty. Special ..................... JlaN/w Ladies' tan vici lace oxfords, in odd sizes «mll widths Sorosis make. hi $3.50 values Ladies' white canvas Tnmxps-an&oxfordtr d/l stzes and narrow widths $2.00 to $3.00 values. Now Growing girls' velvet pumps, -with two at low, heel sizes 2% to 6. ag vvm $2.50 values ,1 Misses' gun metal, patent and3an*oxfordinal I frood sizes: 11% to 2, low heels. $2.75 to $3.00 values -•i JL lJ Misses' and child's patent-ami slippers good sizes, 8V& to 2. $1.25 to $1.75 values. Now..„.„.., Child's vici oxfords and strap slippera, in odd sizes and styles... 85c W«..^ DUC 39c g\ gun metal straa ^95c 50c CHILDREN'S DRESSES—Ages 2. 3 and made of pretty percales and ginghams qualities that will please. Special, each ... DRESSES—Ages 6 to 14 years made of ginghams in plaids and checks, and of plain linens. Our regular $1.00 leader. July Clearance ha Sale /iJC WAISTS—-One lot.of Women's White Waists in.ide of all-over white lace regular $3.75 fy values. July Clearance WAISTS—Messaline and taffeta silk waists in ed, black and colors. Our leaders at $2.91 and $3.50. July Clearance JL.^3 i Jl 25c g\ gm a Sc. i'H.S Srn 1!i*»I it ,U ycor tru V 4S& a IHoiUnr. n -""'J HAIR n Fcskcj r.'O f^thvrv 3K. .tiihrrrv v Kt-r n- Ail- £.tCiiX S'Vh-V BUAKtt k'iUjtLf 20 PER CENT OFF Largest stock in tho north west. Every kind of made up wigs, switches, toupees. Mail orders filled. Write for prices. Mrs. J. Keppelman 5141st Ave N„ Fargo, N. D. r"? Vf kL I will now make to your measure suits at the one price of Excellent materials, best of trim mings and workmanship. "A-f. •iy'' -!W.