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11 v i*\y\ W\,i For 36 years North Dakota homes have been "Luger" furnished Chrfsfmas Fruits FROM CALIFORNIA Oranges, Lemons, Walnuts, Rais in**. First selection. Superior quality. Best references. 25 years experience. Write today for list and prices. Harwood & Woodford Growrr and Shippers Claremont, California. 1 •.•I i a JO mmmmmmwmmmm Leave $16.50 A $1.00 and $1.50 only. Ber nier's $2 Hat Store, 612 1st Ave. No. ENROLLED. The following: students have just enrolled at Aaker's Business college: J-aura Olson, Hastings A. Johnson, Sheyenne John Gawf, Glynden N. N. Dalen, Perley W. H. Haag, Britton S. D. Asa, Brainard, Bottineau Einar RJorge, Lake Park, and Frank F. Rayer. Gladstone. These have taken the first step on the trail of the suc cessful. It would be to your interest to do likewise.—Advt. a Unusual Display 12-14 Broadway S Island Park $50.00 7-room house, bath, gas, lights, furnished, two blocks from Yoa'ii DO Better Lugef* Glassware of Every Descripti'n complete. o,ir display has never born Come in and inspect these beautiful picus. Prices range from $150.00 $18.00 Chairs All woods and fin ishes. See our beautiful period styles. Prices range from wr 1 Ltiia'-,- V- Half Hundred different styles. Prices $12.75 to LARGEST AND Broadway .$37.50 First National Bank Building W. J. Lane Phone 807. Over 1st National Bank WITH NATIONAL CASUALTY. Manager Owen phoned Dakota Busi ness college for a capablc office woman and a pupil has just been sent to the position. Even in dull times when some schools get nothing, D. B. C. graduates go to situations daily proveing the high standing of the school—hints to prospectives—pub licity. Yoar Machiae May Ron Smsothly for a long time, and you may think that you are immune from accident. If one should happen don't let it worry you, but bring your auto to our shop, and let us show you what good repair work really is. We do good work at moderate prices. WHEELOCK AUTO CO. PHONE 1691. PARGO, N. D. Free Victrola Recital AT STONE'S AUDITORIUM Thursday Evening, November 19 Featuring the latest popular records, as we11 as lighter classic and operatic selections. COME YOURSELF AND BRING YOUR FRXjpipS •Httta V. Good Impression Wl i Iri YOUR Here Is Good News For You Just as you are probably giving up in despair over the un- im i" pleasant impression your furnishings will leave on your Thanksgiving guests, we come forward with this saving word anent a special purchase, intended solely to brighten up the home for the holiday and for all other days as long as you live. Here you will find the sturdy, quality kind of furniture, all in handsome new designs. Our stocks were never more complete. Come in and see this Thanksgiving display in the most beautiful store in the city wheth er you care to buy or not. The ideas you will get here will serve you in the future. Ui^LR SETS Haviland, Austrian, Bavarian and French china In both 100 piece sets and open stock. Prices most reasonable. Luger Furniture Co. BEST HOME FURNISHERS Irj 1W78 IT COSTS NO MORE To attend Dakota Business college, o be seated at a roll top desk, have fine environment, be taught by experts and then sent to the very best situa tion possible than to go to other schools. Just look at the list of situa tions being filled by D. B. C. and note "the difference"—publicity. Houses for Rent 6-room house, near A. $15.00 4-room house in business section lights $15.00 5-room house lights, gas, barn nnd chicken house $19.00 8-room house gas range, sewer and water $25.00 7-room house bath, lights, gas close to courthouse .$30.00 7-room house bath, lights, close to high school $30.00 6-room house on Ninth street south furnace, bath, etc $35.00 6-room bungalow, all modern, new, just being finished $40.00 10-rooin all modern house In 19 Glassware of Every Descripti'n IS5cilis $1.30 i IN THE WEST. Pfl rgo, FARGO PASTOR IS GREATLY HONORED DR. R. A. BEARD OF FIRST CON GREGATIONAL CHURCH SE LECTED TO DELIVER ANNIVER SARY SERMON OF NATIONAL REFORM ASSOCIATION NOV. 29. Rev. R. A. Beard, D. D., pastor of the First Congregational church o£ this city, has received a high honor in that he has been selected by the Na tional Reform association to deliven the anniversary sermon on Nov. 29 In the interests of Christian citizenship. This sermon will be delivered in the First Congregational church of this city and will be one of the most im portant sermons that has ever been given here, in that it will be read all over the United States. The invitation was extended to Dr. Beard through Rev. Dr. James S. Mar tin, general superintendent of the Na tional Reform association of Pitts burgh, Pa. Dr. Beard said this morning that the subject of the anniversary sermon would be The dawn of a New Human ity. Wanted to buy men's worn gar ments Phone 2363-J.—Advt sm 30 Shopping days to Christmas Many people are taking advantage of our 10% discount this month and having their selections reserved until Christmas. Why Not You do likewise? You will get better service now better assortments less rush and crush than later, and also save the discount. We've something for everybody from a few cents to many dollars. The' Sundberg Co. LEADING JEWELERS 72 Broadway Fargo mmm. •..win.. »... ii.a«igam» THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY: REPUBLICAN THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 19, 1914. We have just received a new ship ment of tables, and are now fully prepared to meet every demand. The line is very complete and we invite you to call and see the new designs. You Will tm! higr valur. at small prices. 9% A 9125.00 to ... ft| IttiUV China Closets Every style china closet can be found on our floor. All woods and finishes. Prices are extremely reasonable IC $105 Down to $18 f%L Dakota For 36 years "Luger" has stood for "Quality" LOCAL TO DISPENSE CHEER PLAN TO PROVIDE THANKSGIV ING DINNER FOR MANY HOME LESS YOUNG MEN IN THE CITY —ARRANGEMENTS BEING MADE TO ACCOMMODATE 75. Tho committee, who has charge of securing the second annual free turkey dinner to young men away from home on Thanksgiving day, are arranging to take care of at least seventy-five young men. Th© dinner will be served at the Annex hotel at 2 o'clock Thanksgiving afternoon. Ac ceptances are being limited to young men away from home and those who have not been invited into some home on that day. Although the committee plans to take care of seventy-five young men the subscriptions have not as yet reached that amount and it is sin cerely hoped this will be accomplished. Last year seventy-six men were cared for and the committee feels at least an equal number should be provided for this year. Last year there were twelve different nationalities represented, and other young men from twenty-two different states. The committee is composed of ladies connected with the Women's Auxiliary of whom Mrs. N. R. Addison is chairman. Our Best 8eller. We are selling more of Meritol Eczema Remedy than all the others put together. This large sale is due to the fact that it is a preparation of unusual merit, made expressly for one purpose, eczema in its various orms. If you are afflicted with this loathsome disease, do not delay using Meritol Eczema Remedy. Central Drug Store, 66 Broadway, Fferffo, N. D., Exclusive Agency.—Advt. Millinery at half price, ceg.—Advt. The Fran-i NEW POLICEMAN ARRIVED Officer John Melligan Was Pasting tha Cigars This Morning for a Nina Pound Boy Officer John Melligan of the Fargo police force was passing around the cigars this morning and was proudly stating that "it is a boy." Last night the little stranger ar rived at the home of Officer and Mrs Melligan and when put on the scales tilted the beam at nine pounds. Both child and mother are getting along splendidly and the genial member of the force is receiving tho congratu lations of his many friends. He states that the little fellow who came into the world last night is a "huskle" and Police Commissioner Jordan has taken the youngster's name as one of the "possibilities" for the force. Foley Cathartio Tablets. wholesome, thoroughly cleans ing, and have a stimulating effect on the stomach, liver and ooweis. Regu late you with no griping and no jn pleasant after effects. Stout people find they give immense relief and com fort. Anti-bilions. Warren Spofford, Green Bay. Wis., writes: "Foley Cathartic Tablets are the best laxative I ever used. They do the work promptly and with no bad after ef fects." Try them. Fout & Porter field.—Advt. A musical treat will be offered at the Victrola recital tonigbt at Stone's auditorium^AdvL A. L. Moody's Good Goods WOMEN'S SUIT SALE We have 25 suits left from our suit sale, in black, brown, navy also fancy mixtures. Sizes 36 to 44. The coats are all Skinners satin lined. They are late last s' styles. Values from 920 to |49 while they last 7.S0 WOMEN'S UNION SUITS 50 dozen women's bleached and fleeced, high and low neck, long and short sleeve unioh sizes 84 to 44. Best suit for 6t?c OUTING FLANNEL 75 pieces very heavy, light and dark colored—also plain pink, blue and cream. Basement special, flf* per yard BOYS' AND GIRLS' UNION SUITS One table extra heavy boys' and -iris' union suits, sizes 2 to 16 years. A 75c value. Basement price BLANKETS 75 pair 54x76 good quality cotton blankets in gray and tan. value. Basement, per fj pair.... $1.00 CORSETS We carry the best line of n a priced corsets in the city. Prices $1.25, JlfP $1.00 and WOOL WAISTS One lot women's extra heavy wool flannel wnists, all new shades 4 flA $2.50 value MmlfU STORE TO BE SOLD FRIDAY STOCK AND FIXTURES OF EVERY BODY'S STORE WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.—OPEN TODAY FOR INSPECTION. Tomorrow morning at 10 a. m. Mr. LaVelle, the trustee of tho creditors of Everybody's Store will, upon order of the court, offer for sale the stock and fixtures of the store at the store building in the Knights of Columbus, building on upper Broadway. The store is open today for inspection ofi people who expect to "bid and from the number that visited the store tha bidding will be spirited. Several par ties from out of town will be on hand) to bid for the stock and some local men are expected to be in the list. The prospects are for the creditors realizing a larger per cent than was thought possible when the store first failed. PATCHWORKGIRL OF OZ TONIGHT At the Bijou tonight Viola McMillan will be seen in the great fairy tale picture Patchwork Girl of Oz. This is the greatest children's picture ever posed and the Fargo people who re member Miss McMillan's appearano© at the Orpheum last season will be glad to see her In moving pictures. The story is posed from the opera, that made such a sensation in New York last season and the pictures are the best of the kind ever shown on the screen. Last evening The Forum announced this film as being run next week when it should have been an nounced for the last three days of this week Everv child and every older child should see this great film. Four performances each day, two in the aft ernoon and two at night. Don't miss it.—Advt. 25 PERCENT DISCOUNT SALE Our Thanksgiving Sale 1B going on full blast. Get that winter coat, suit, dress skiTt now. Don't wait until season is half over. The Frances.— Advt. Registered Pure Bred tkfsIein-Fresian Bulls $100 or sale, this month George S. larnes Glynden, Minn. (Owner of on© of herds in the st$.te.) the largest SJikZJk One lady buyer said to us yesterday:—"You may search the city with a microscope and no better values for the money can be found than in your "Store Down stairs." The following shopping list is for Friday and Saturday. WOMEN'S SKIRTS Received by express, 50 women's extra fine quality French serge skirts, in pleated overskirt ef fects, in black and navy only— $7.50 value. Basement special NIGHT GOWNS 25 dozen women's heavy outing flannel gowns in white and fancy stripes. All sizes $1.00 value WOOL NAP BLANKETS 60 pair 64x76 extra heavy wool nap blankets in gray and tan, blue and pink borders $2.25 values Silk Mercerized Petticoats 5 dozen black and colored en's petticoats. Values up to $1.75. Basement. GOOD WAY TOSftVE MONEY Get your winter coat, suit, dress skirts now, 25 per cent discount on every article in the store. Don't wait. Come to The Frances and save money. —Advt. TYPEWRITERS Thoroughly reliable, rebuilt No. 5 Underwood typewriters, $19.50. Fuller ton Tvpewriter Kxchanso, phone 28'3. (Walker Bros. & Hardy block.) -Advt,. N.J.OI$enCo. Phone No. 489 Hard & Soft Coal Cash ISADORE HORWIT2 Rooms 1 and 2 BROADWAY Over Royal Blue Shoe Store u, 5. 79c KODAKS Developing and Printing At liwwt prices, best work prompt service, write ua tor price list. We want your mail orders and guarantee sat isfaction. FARGO DRUG CO, •08 Front St.. Farffe. W. 0. 01$6ii Furniture 1 NEW WINTER COAT8 We just received 100 very latest styles women's coats, plush, as trachan, boucle, ural lamb and fancy mixtures. Prices ranging from $15, $12.50, g9 11 jf* $10, and $8.50. Ask to see them CHILDREN'S WINTER COATS 75 very latest style children's coats in plain, and fancy mix tures, in sizes to C. i 14. Prices $7.50, J| $6.50, $5.75 and COATS 1 COATS! 35 women's black and fancy winter coats carried over from former seasons. Values from $10.00 to 6 Q'? $15.00. Choice for FLEECED UNION SUITS One lot women's fleeced union suits in white only $1.50 value. -i Our price 1.75 1.00 COTTON BLANKETS One case 72x80 cotton blankets in gray and tan, very good blank et. Basement Leader, per pair WOOL BLANKETS 75 pair wool blankets in gray and fancy plaids— made by North Star Mills. Best make of blar*k^t. On special sale Friday and Saturday. Come and see them tie II If better than new at 1-3 cost, at Ber nier's $2.00 Hat Store, 612 1st Ave No. NOTICE! Gardner Barber Shop under new management. The only shop in th* two cities that caters to high-class trade. All flrst-class arttstB. First class manicure in connection. Wm. Watts, Prop. Messenger Service Phone 147-11 Breadway c. i I Wii OLD GOLD SILVER AND PLATINUM r. Home of the Ostermoor Mattress LEONARD, Mgr. Quick and Reliable Service gBwaiawMiiiM Phone 325 For Dray or Qxpress Wag «a quick. reeponsibi* Mrvlce. FARGO BAGGAGE A TRANSFER CO. J. P. CoUma n, Prep, THE RUSK AUTO HOUSE Made Sen«l Vuea The New Kindest Parlor Bed MVt 1.98 COMFORTERS One lot extra heavy silkoline white cotton filled comf- rh While they last. Choice. 1.7S RAZOR BLADES ...<p></p>Shsrcensd vata- si FARGO CORNICE ORNAMENT CO., Co. days to Thanksgiving, tod$p, order your suit in that time.. Sat iaji Thanksgiving. Ted Evanson.