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Copyright Hart Schnifner & Marx New roats are arriving almost Prices marvel at. When we adver ise to cut, we cut, a n a a o knows it. These prices will be the wonder of those who see the rings referred to. We cannot exagger ate the worth of these goods. We bought the diamonds direct of the cutters in quan tities sufficiently large to se cure better prices than most dealers do. 15 ^cr Cent Will be the discount dur ing the above mentioned period. Payments will be accept ed, if you wish. The Sundberg Co. Diamond Dealers PATfO-O, \T. TV I every day at Black's, some excellent bargains are to he had. It will pay you to see them.—Advt. Shopping days to Christmas Nov. 20 To 30 SPECIAL SALE OF DIAMOND RINGS DESIRING To see the stenotype put to a practi cal test, 1 Induced your demonstrator to go into court with me and "take" a charge, of the court on the machine while I reported in shorthand. I am onvinced that your system is the uorthand which students from this me forth should adopt.—D. W. Cas tun, official court reporter, ScTanton, Pa. Stenotype taught at Aaker's Bus iness College.—Advt. Registered Pure Bred Hilstein-fresian Bulls For sale, this month only TYPEWRITERS Thoroughly reliable, rebuilt No. 5 Underwood typewriters, $49.50. Fuller ten Typewriter Exchange, phone 289. (Walker Bros. & Hardy block.)—Advt. Wanted to Duy men's worn gar ments Phone 2363-J.—Advt. WITH MAGILL & CO. Yesterday phoned Dakoha Business college for another office man and Mr. Espesseth was sent to the situation. Capable men axe always in demand— places will be created for them. D. B. C. graduates always secure situa tions—a hint to those who think—pub licity. Messenger S«rvice Phone 147-11 Broadway C. r. LEONARD, Mgr. Quick and Reliable Service we supply your over coat this fall, you may be sure of two or three things. It will be stylish it will be well made, of fine all-wool materials it will fit you well. It will be one of our Hart Schaffner & Marx overcoats We don't know any better way to be sure you get all the overcoat-value pos sible for your money. You ought to see the overcoats we have here look es pecially at the imported weaves the richest and most luxurious garments you ever saw. We have some very unusual values to show you at $25. You may want to see the finest—$40, well show them to you. And some as low as $18. J. F. Holmes & Co. 100-102 Broadway Fargo, North Dakota This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. $100 George S. Karnes Glyndon, Minn. the (Owner of one of herds in the state.) largest EODAiiS Developing Printing At low«rt prices, beet work prompt servica, writ* urn fr price U*t. W• wut your orders and guaraot** lsfactlon. FARGO DRUG CO. ft* Froat St.. Faryoc I Phone 325 Foe Dray or Bxpresa Wa| •o qui ok, reapoaalbl* •antce. AARQO BAQGAQft A TRANSFER CO, J* P. Coleman, Prop, 122 Broadway Yoar M&chiac May. Ran Smtothlj- for a long time, and yot| may think that you are immune from accident. If one should happen dont 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! UN. FAP.QO. N. D. days to Thanksgiving. Tomorrow is the last day that you can order your suit and get tt 2ef JhankegiviB#, Ted Branson. 12 THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY EVJiNlMW, -NOVlSMBJiiK 20, 1914. NO BUILDING FOR A TIME CONGRESSMAN HENRY HELGE SEN SPOKE TO MEMBERS OF COMMERCIAL CLUB ON NEW* GOVERNMENT BUILDING FOR FARGO. That there is no chance of getting an appropriation from the government for the erection of a new government building in Fargo in the near future, was the opinion of Congressman Henry Helgesen. who addressed the members of the commercial club at a session held last evening. Congressman Helgesen said however that he wanted to meet with a com mittee from the club and with Post master Plumley in the near future for the purpose of outlining plans and of securing the data that will be neces sary to present before an appropria tion can be secured from congress for the erection of the building. "The party in power has gotten itself into such a financial condition that it must economize from now on— something, I am sorry to say, they have not done in the past," said Con gressman Helgesen in explaining why it was that it would be impossible to secure the desired appropriation at this time. He said however he wanted to get the necessary data so as to be ready to present the matter in its best light when there was a chance of getting what is desired and stated that he thought it would be a good plan for the commercial club to get in touch with the other congressmen and with the senators from North Dakota and get them all to work for one building that would take care of the needs of Fargo for many years to come, in stead of putting up two or three small structures in various parts of the htate. He said that he would also ike this matter up with the other representatives of the state in congress with this end in view. In speaking to a representative of The Forum in an interview after the commercial club meeting Congressman Helgesen stated that it is absolutely necessary to get accurate data on the business of Fargo and show how the business of the town is greatly in ex cess of its population. "When we ask for something of this kind," said the gentleman from North nakota," one ofthe first questions is, vhat is the population of Fargo?' ou say about 18,000 and you are then sked what you need of such a large uilding for. "It is a hard matter to get the repre _akota,'* one of the first questions is, that the business of Fargo is greatly in excess of its population and that this business is increasing much faster than the population. Accurate data will, for this reason have to be shown, in order that a building can be secured that will take care of the needs of the town for some years to come." Congressman Helgesen arrived in he city yestevday and departed last i ight for Washington where he will ioin his family for the celebration of Thanksgiving. Millinery at half price. The SYan- LOT SNAP 100x140 feet. Eighth street outh excellent loca-dp O tion only ^i60v Adjacent lots selling for $ 1,000 For Cash 50 Feet—A good in vestment, a dandy choice for tw friends who want to build neai each other. Money To Loin ODGS0\T REALtV CO. 1* Phone 12S Opp. Postoffic* $100 CASH Balance monthly will buy a good cot tage of 6 rooms, lights, shed, cement walk, nice 50x150 foot lot with fine trees. Let me show you this. WiU make an investment as well as a good home. W. J. Lane Phone 8#7. Over 1st National Bank. HAS RETURNED ARRIVED HOME LA8T NIGHT AF. E A N I N E A Y 8 S O O U N I N MONTANA WHERE THEY PLAY ED TWO GAME&—AL80 VISITED YELLOWSTONE PARK. The Aggie football squad arri •-1 home last night after a nine days trip In Montana in which they played games, on© with the Montana uni versity and the other with the Mon tana A. C. The men were In The students do not care about r' condition physically and stated them selves as having had an excellent ti on their trip. Despite the fact that the team v beaten in both games they were cclved with open arms by the e loyal student body. The recepti n. which had been planned for them uj n their return, will be held this af termor, from 4:30 to 6 o'clock in th© collr: armory where a real welcome will l. given to each member of the team. !h- loss of the two western games as tl v mean nothing to the standing of 'n team in this state. The fact that thrv won the state football champions! u is enough and the students will sh their appreoiation this afternoon. GOOD WAY TO SAVE MONEY Get your winter coat, suit, dr. skirts now. 25 per cent discount n every article in the store. Don't wj Come to The Prances and save monev —Advt. $1,000 worth of new dresses recei cd this week are now on sale Black's Saturday and nest week i very low prices.—Advt. NEXT MONDAY Many new pupiis will enter Dak Business college. New classes in day and evening school will bei then. It is much better to enroll n than to wait. An examination wiil i convince that D, B. C. has more 1- i offer than other* schools—publicity. Hancocli, Mich.' You're going to give thanks next week for a lot of good things you enjoy and possess. You probably don't realize all of them it pays to think it over a little. are something to be thankful for. You might be thank ful to us, too, for having such a stock as this for you to draw from. It's a bountiful feast of good tilings we've spread here for you—Suits and Overcoat^ Shirts and Neckwear, Hosiery and Gloves—all the large and small things to wear thai you want for either man or boy. .Suits and Overcoats $20.00 to $35.00 MOORHEAD & S. The only clothing store in Moorhead giving S. & H. Green Trading Stamps. In a spirit of retrospection and in compliance with the proclamations of our president and governor, we gaze back over the past twelve months and allow to pass in review our many reasons for giving thanks. For the wise guidance that has so far prevented us from becoming embroiled in the deadly strife that is decimating the people across the seas. For a bounteous harvest of grains and fruits, f»r the sustenance of life and the relief and succor of those suffering from war. For a steady, conservative growth in our business. For the privilege of serving the people with the best of cloth ing and furnishings at reasonable prices. For all these we give thanks. C. A. Swansen Co One I Price Clothiers 514-516 Front Street Fargo, N. IX i A fcurtfJy Iranfc Br a nb (Hiatus f- Fergus Falls Minn.