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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, October 07, 1914, Image 12

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This illustration shows the new
Chesterfield a gentleman's
dress overcoat soft front, 3
button-through. For young
men, or any man. |18 and up.
Special values In suits and
overcoats at $25.
J.
APPLES! APPLES!
One car of nice Eastern Greenings
apples, must be closed out in three
days. $1 per basket. Don't miss it.
Come at once to the N. P. tracks JRId
•Fourth street crossing or phone 2188.
[Free delivery in both citits. M. Sha
ipiro, 720 Front street.—Advt.
THEY ARE PROSPEROUS.
Dakota Business c»llese acknowl
edges receipt of a handsome book just
gotten out by Cashier B. H, Schneider
Of the Farmers' bank of Davenport.
»Flve of the Schneider family attended
D. B. C, "Ben" and "I. E are bank
ers. The others are making good In
mercantile lines—we are proud of ev
ery one of them—Watkins.—Advt.
WE ADVERTISE
IN NAME ONLY
We want you to keep us in mind
when you need anything in the line of
suits and overcoats so we advertise
I our name to make you remember us.
I We do not advertise the styles and
1 patterns. We do not need to. they sell
i themselves when we get you to look
at them. We want you to get the best
I so we do not let you forget us. Our
recommendation of OUT goods is their
Keif selling points. We are placing
all our confidence in these goods and
BO are all those that inspect them as
shown by their orders being placed
here. Do yourself justice by inspect
ing these. Ted Evanson, 421 N. P.
avenue.—Advt.
"Wanted to buy men's worn gar
ments. Phone 2363-J.—Advt
A Home Bank
Read this!
VOU'RE going to want an overcoat
you may want it simply for warmth, with style
or for the real
dressy look.
Hart Schaffner
& Marx
make all kinds we sell
these clothes to men who
believe in dressing well
and economically.
F. HOLMES
&C0.
190-102 Broadway. Fargo, N. D.
This store Is the home of
Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
Use it every day.
Keep one of the Savings
& Loan" banks in the
home. Drop a nickel, dime
or a quarter into it every
day. See how much you 11
have at the end of the
month. There's a place to
put the pennies and half
dollars, too.
Illustration, 1-4 actual size
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Copyright ILwt Schaffner & Mux
GARAGE I
WORLD'S SERIES
AT BIJOU FRIDAY
EVERY PLAY MADE ON THE DIA
MOND AT PHILADELPHIA WILL
BE REPRODUCED IN FARGO—A
GREAT CHANCE FOR THE
BASEBALL FANS.
When the umpire calls "play ball"
in the world's series at Philadelphia
Friday the Fargo fans will be in a po
sition to see the game reproduced on
an electric score board at the Bijou
This method of showing the games
has been in use in the larger cities of
the east for several years and in Chi
cago the largest theatres are crowded
io see the games by fans who cannot
get to the grounds. The expense of
installing a score board and having an
operator is large but Manager Treat
has decided to put the price, of admis
sion for the games at 25c which is
about half what is charged in other
places. The dooTg will be opened at
12:30 and the games will start at 1 p.
m. The box oftice will open at 12 each
day of the games.—Advt.
If you have never worn our union
suits you have been missing a good
thing. 98c to $5.00. Murphy & Young.
—advt.
hone 325
For Dray or Express Wag
responsible
on quick,
service.
FARGO BAGGAGE
TRANSFER CO.
J.
P.
Coleman, Prop.
122 Broadway
The,
Rusk Auto House
ALL METAL.
Made In all Sizes
Call and see one erected at our fac
tory or send for a circular.
VUG FARGO CORNICE A ORNAME.Vl
COMPANY,
1002-4 Kront St. Fareo. N.
On first mortgages on improved
Fargo property and farms in
Cass and arHoining counties.
J. B. FOLSOM CO.
618 Front St. FarcfO, N. D.
THE WHEELOCK GARAGE
TURNS TROUBLES
INTO SMILES
At the least possible cost. Any
one can make repairs providing
they get enough money for it. But
the trick nowadays is to save auto
owners the maximum amount of
money. Lots of people can prom
ise you this kind of service, but only
a few can make good. If your auto
is in trouble let us prescribe for
you.
Wheelock Ant* Co.
Phone 1694, Fargo, N, D.
SECOND YEAR
Y. M. C. A. Gas
Eagneering School
1 term opens Nov. 16, 1914, three
and six months' courses, short
courses in Starting and Ignition,
Gas Tractor Operation, Autofaabile,
etc.
Write for particulars. H. M.
Shaw, Director. Night School opens
Oct. 12.
12 THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY EVENING-, OCTOBER 7, 1914.
TARE STEPS FOR
SEWER EXTENSION
CITY COMMISSION TAKE3
FIRST
STEPS IN PROVIDING SEWER
SERVICE FOR THE SOUTH AND
SOUTHWEST PART OF CITY
THAT DESIRES IMPROVEMENT.
At a session of the city commission
held this morning the first steps nec
essary were taken to provide sewer
service to the south and southwest
part of the city,'that at the present
time Is not provided with this im
provement, and the city attorney was
instructed to draw up an ordinance
covering this work and .the city engi
neer was instructed to present to the
board the best plan for serving this
part of the community.
The matter was brought up before
the commission by Henry Amerland.
Mr. Amerland said that there was a
large number of people in that part
of town that desired sewer connec
tions and that there was also a large
number of people who would move
into that part of town if they could
be assured that sewer conveniences
would be provided. The commission
discussed the matter at length and
the first steps were taken, but it is
not certain when the desired service
will be provided.
The part of town that will be reach
ed by the proposed sewer Includes
Belmiont Park addition. Huntington's
addition, Darling's second addition.
Aldrich & Roberts' addition and the
southwest part of Darling's first addi
tion. At the present time all. or prac
tically all, of this territory is without
sewer connections.
In reaching this part of town it is
probable that connections will be
made with the trunk sewer that ex
tends down a portion of Seventh ave
nue south. A large part of the terri
tory covered by the proposed sewer
has been assessed for this trunk line.
However, it is probable that the tru»k
line will have to be extended further
south and west to meet the demands.
The construction of another outlet
to the river further south than the
trunk sewer which ends on Seventh
avenue south cannot be made on ac
count of such outlet coming above the
dam across the river opposite the old
pumping station.
INTO BUILDING
GREAT NORTHERN GIVEN PER
MISSION TO CROSS BROADWAY
WITH SIDING THAT WILL BE
CONSTRUCTED INTO THE NEW
FORD AUTOMOBILE BUILDING.
This morning Agent J. L. Rohan of
the Great Northern railroad and a
representative of the Ford Motor Co.,
appeared before the city commission
and asked permission for the Great
Northern to construct a sidetrack
across Broadway to the large building
that the Ford people are going to erect
here in its project of making Fargo a
great distributing point for these au
tomobiles.
The plan of the automobile company
is to have this track of the railroad
enter the building, as the structure
will be such as to accommodate three
of the largest freight cars constructed
one time.
The building, which is to be con
structed on the east side of Broadway
ast north of the Great Northern
racks, will be a three-story structure,
'6x200 feet and will be used as an as
sembling and destributing plant for
he entire northwest.
The track asked for will cross
{roadway less than fifty feet north of
i he present tracks crossing that Btreet
ind enter the front of the Ford build
ng near the southwest corner. The
tracks will ,then be built inside the
structure for its entire length. In this
way all cars will be kept on the in
side and will not in any way injure
the appearance of the building and its
surroundings.
The commission granted the request
of the Great Northern.
The best time to select
suit and overcoat, Sir, is
while the picking is good.
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your Fall
right now
Murphy &
Setter Be Safe
Than Sorry
For
Safety
Drink
Pokegama
Spring Water
Sold by
THE FARGO-DETROIT ICE CO
Phone 1549
OUR SANITARY WAGONS
DELIVER TO YOUR DOOR.
KODAKS
Developing and Printing
At 1
owest prices, best work
prompt service, write us for
price list. We want your mall
orderB and guarantee sat
isfaction.
FARGO DRUG CO.
608 Front St.. FarsKk
f*H
Modern
HOUSES
od 7-room house on Fifth St.
N New and fully modern oak
finish and furnace heat. Rea
so uable terms.
ice only ....
$3750
at 6-room cottage in Islan
rk location, full basement
li rnace, sewer, water, toilet
lights and gas. Near school aiv.
line. Price rcduc^d fro i
"5.00. Price
now only
ODGSOfU
REALTY CO. 1^1
Phone 125
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TJ""
Opp. Postoffico
BIG CORN SHOW
The exhibits are already much larg
er than last year and are still cominu
in. Exhibits will be received until
noon tomorrow and there is still tim»
for anyone to make a showing should
they desire to do so.
Up to noon today there were 800 en
tries in all departments and these are
the best that can be secured in the
county, all of which are exceedingly
fine. There are seventy entries from
Fargo alone, not counting the 250 fine
chickens that were entered by C, H.
Ahrens of Fargo. In the horse "de
partment the entries are numerous
and good and every other department
is in splendid shape regarding the
quantity and quality of exhibits.
One of the features of the show is a
large pumpkin that would make "Pet
ert, Peter, Pumpkin Eater'' shout with
joy. This big golden fellow weighs
100 pounds and 3 ounces. It is of suf
ficient size for anyone to keep his wife
imprisoned should he care to do so.
Friday will be Fargo day at the fair
and should the present splendid
weather conditions continue ther©
will be a large number of Fargo auto
i8ts make the trip on that date. The
commercial club took this matter up
at a session of the executive commit
tee yesterday and decided to boost the
day.
Every day will be a good day at the
show as the Casselton people are pro
viding a splendid line of entertainment
for their guests.
CONFERENCE AT Y. M. C. A.
The boys' directors of the three Y.
M. C. A.'s meet in conference at the.
local association on Thursday morning
at 9 o'clock to arrange fox the first
annual Y. M. C, A, boys" conference
for the state of North Dakota. The
time of the state conference has not
been decided as yet, but the place of
meeting will undoubtedly be in Fargo
as it is centrally located between the
two cities.
E. H. Rank of Jamestown and H. B".
Frhame of Grand Forks will arrive in
the city tonight. Some of the matters
of discussion will be the state confer
ence theme, the time of meeting, reg
istration, the program and speakers.
Correspondence has been carried on
with Leonard Paulson of the St. Paul
Y. M. C. A., who ranks high among
the boys' specialists. Mr. Paulson
before coming to St. Paul was high
school secretary for the state of Iowa,
and the North Dakota conference will
be fortunate if they can secure his
services.
MANY ARRESTS
IN SEPTEMBER
REPORT OF CHIEF OF POLICE
SHOWS THAT 482 WERE PLACED
UNDER ARREST DURING THAT
MONTH AND $1,219 WAS COL
LECTED IN CASH FINES.
The police department did a rushing
business, acocrding to the report of
Chief of Police Bingham, which was
presented to the city commissioners at
a meeting held this morning.
The report shows that during the
month of September there were 482 ar
rests made and that $1,219 were col
lected in gash fines. The report fur
ther shows that those who preferred
to lay out their fines in Jail were 115
in number. Meals were furnished to
the number of 1.237.
Fire Chief Sutherland reported that
during September the fire department
answered eleven alarms and that there
were only a couple of fires where there
was even slight damage. The greatest
damage was not over $25.
The city weighmaster reported that
2,080 loads had been weighed on the
city scales.
The reports of the various officers
were received and placed on file.
If you are in the market for a suit
or overcoat, don't fail to attend our
great necessity sale. Suits and over
coats from $9.85 and up. Murphy &
Young.—advt.
CITY FATHERS
HOLD MEETING
MUCH ROUTINE BUSINESS WAS
TRANSACTED AT SESSION OF
CITY COMMISSION HELD THIS
MORNING ALLOWED BILLS
AND E8TIMATE8.
A large grist of routine business was
transacted by the city commission at
a regular session of that body held
this morning. Ali the members of the
board were present with the exception
of Commissoner Blackmore.
A large part of the morning was
taken up with allowing such bills and
estimates as were read and confirm
ing a number of assessments for the
construction of water aad sewer ex
tensions and white ways.
C. F. Leonard was granted a llcens-3
for operating a messenger service in
the basement of the Savings & Loan
building at No. 11 Broadway. Mr.
Leonard had filed a petition for a
license and this was granted. Mr.
Leonard was formerly a travelling
salesman for the American Steel &
Wire Co., and Is .well known all over
the city,
The matter of granting a license for
a dance hall on the lower floor of .the
Sons of Norway building was not
granted as it was considered that
granting such a license would tend to
cause a blocking of the sidewalk at
that point as the hall asked for is on
the first floor with entrance directly
on the street.
Many other matters were taken up
by the commission and appear else
where in this issue.
{J* is W. T. Hutchens, Nicholson, Ga., had
2D u
a
severe attack of rheumatism. His
feet, ankles and joints were swoolen,
and moving about was very painful.
He was certainly in a bad way when
he started to take Foley's Kidney
Pills. He says, "Just a few doses made
me feel better, and now my pains and
rheumatism are all gone and I sleep
jail night long."—Fout & Porterfield.—
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mmmsm
•HOW
THIS
8ECONO ANNUAL CORN
AT CASSELTON BEGAN
MORNING UNDER MOST FAVOR­
ABLE AUSPICES EXHIBITS
LARGE AND STILL COMING IN.
The second annual corn show at
Casselton opened this morning with
every condition perfect for the best
kind of a show. The weather condi
tions were ideal and, although it was
the first day, there was a large crowd
in attendance all during the day.
211-215 Broadway
SOME HOG HEAT
FROM A. C. FARM
FOUR PORKERS WEIGH OVER A
TON AND SELL FOR MORE
THAN $150 THIS IS PROOF
POSITIVE THAT THERE'S MON­
EY IN HOGS.
The farmer who says there is no
money in raising hogs in North Dako
ta has had his statements refuted by
the experience of the agricultural col
lege with four barrows that they sold
to Eggert's market yesterday. The
porkers weighed a total of £.061
pounds and sold for 7% cents per
pound, making a total of $154.5",
which was received for them. This
shows a good profit and should "be an
inducement to every farmer to raise
a herd of hogs.
SACRIFICE SALE
Rhode Island Reds.
I have 14 pullets and 35 roosters
that I will sell very cheap if taken at
once. Cold weather will soon be here
and I must have more room. Call at
204, 10th St. No., phone 1153 or write
M. N. Hatcher, Fargo, N. D—advt.
Hotel Radisson, Minneapolis, gives
vou more for the price you pay than
iny other hotel In the twin cities.—
\.dvt.
Fire and Tornadoes. Money to Loan.
Good cottage of 5 rooms electric
lights, gas, cistern, cellar, trees, close
in at .... -$1-800
No. 3563.
A new house ot rooms, fall base
ment, hot water heat, bath, gas, lights.
etc. 60x140 east front lot $4,200
No. 3541.
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Large Assortment
plf Lifetime Library
Tables
We take pride in recommending these splendid tables, which are built to last
a lifetime. The construction and finish are the best and we unhesitatingly guar
antee each one. The tables are built as none other, and considering the quality
and our guarantee on these tables, the prices quoted are remarkably low. Prices
range from $18.00 to $45.00,
Other tables in Golden Oak, Fumed Oak and Mahogany from $7.00 up.
W. O. OLSEN
FURNITURE COMPANY
WITH J. I. CASE CO.
Aaker's Business College was called
up yesterday and asked to supply the
T. I. Case Co. with another office as
sistant. Mr. Skjefte was sent into the
position at once. School also received
two requests from bankB. Eight new
students joined classes yesterday.
Night school is now in session. Join
classes just started and get in line for
something better.
Ground Floor Offices—For Rent.
Two connecting ground floor offices,
Morton Building. Page-Benedict Land
Co.—advt. tf
Cement Fillings
at B0o
Extracting with
gas $1.50
22K Gold Crowns,
heavy ... .$5.00
Best Porcelain
Crown ....$5.00
Best heavy bridge
work, per
tooth .... $5.00
Guaranteed 20
Years
October 7-8-9-10
Friday, October 9 th
Is Fargo Day
Fill up your auto with gas
and drive out to the big
show. See what North
Dakota can produce.
Something Doing Every Minute
Be Sure and Be There
FOR SALE BY W. J. LANE
Houses for Rent.
Good lot In North Fargo, Ohmer's
Add. 60x157 feet. Terms at $300
No. 3540.
A good house of 7 rooms, lights, bath,
gas, trees, lawn, etc* SQxllO-toot east
front lot at •••,»*• »».|2|950
No. 3339.
Of
NEW SYSTEM DENTISTS
OPEN EVENINGS-SUNDAY BY APPOINTMENT
OUR PRICES NEVER CHANGE
CORNER FRONT AND SEVENTH STREETS^
Moorhead, Minn. Telephone 573
Fargo
APPLES! APPLES! APPLES!
Car of western apples assorted in
boxes to be sold within 3 days on 4th
St. and N. P. tracks. Phone 618 or
1296-L—Advt.
WITH HODGSON REALTY CO.
Manager Anderson yesterday phon
ed Dakota Business college for a cap
able office woman and a pupil was
this morning sent to the situation.
Prospective pupils—those who want
positions upon graduation—should ob
serve that the best firms hire D. B. C.
help—that tells the story—publicity.
Gold Fillings,
up from .$1.50
Porcelain Fillings,
up from...$1.50
Best Silver Fil
lings $100
Extracting Teeth,
at ...50o
iNE SET OF
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15 Years' Ex
perience
m. *k
Phone 807. Ovar First National Bank.
A good lot on Tenth street. Lot 50x
14xV at.eVr*
No. 3545.
$750
A good house of 8 rooms furnace,
bath, lights, gas, oak finish, maple
floors, porch, trees, lawn, etc., on South
Side, a bargain terms, at ....j.$5,600
No. 2024.

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