THE USUAL NUMBER
Of new pupils entered Dakota Busi
ness college today, and more will en
roll tomorrow. Prospectives should
remember D. B. C. is different from
other schools It is in session every
•Husiness day of the year It is a mis
take to wait about entninp—new pu
pils are received every day—publicity.
WOOD & rUCL
Doyie s Livery
Carriages for Hire
Day or Night
Storage lor Autos by
Day or Mouth
Lisk Enameled roasters,
^1.75 to .. $3.25
A few fine Savory roasters
Steel roasters, 45c to. $1.15
Carlisle & Bristol
Sue. to M. R. CNeiL
67 B'dwy. Fargo, N. D*
We wished to give our patrons the best
We searched and found the Hanan
Shoe. There certainly is no better
shoe. We believe there is none so good.
J. F. Holmes
EVERY BANK IN FARGO
And some 685 others employ Dakota
Business college pupils. These busi
ness men have learned from experi
ence where the best bookkeepers and
stenographers are trained If prospec
tives would heed their "silent advice"
they would profit thereby. They say,
"A word to the wise is sufficient"—
Phone 147-11 Broadway
C. F. LEONARD, Mgr.
low^t price*, best work and
prompt service, write us tar
price Uvt. We want your nx
orders and guarantee nt
FARGO DRUG CO.
•08 Front St.. Fartvi
Balance monthly will buy a good cot
tage of 5 rooms, lights, shed, cement
walk, nice 50x150 foot lot with fine
trees. Let me show you this. Will
make an Investment as well as a good
W. J. Lane
Phone S07. Over 1st National Bank.
Registered Pure Bred
For bale, this month f\ J\
only ....... ftj
(Owner of one of the largest
herds in the state.)
GOT BIG VOTE
FARGOAN RECEIVED APRIVATE
LETTER TELLING OF THE DRY
CAMPAIGN IN OREGON, THE
AMENDMENT CARRYING BY
MAJORITY OF OVER 30,000.
A resident of Fargro received a priv
ate letter from a friend in Oregon, in
which an account of the recent dry
ampaign and the election, which re
sulted in the state going dry by a ma
jority of over 30,000.
The following portion will be of in
terest to a large number of Fargoans:
"Our legislature meets in January—
and will adopt such measures as shall
feffectually carry out the amendment
which the people voted with such a
large majority. It may interest you to
know that the prohibition amendment
carried by a majority of over 35,000
which is 10,000 more than the majori
ty of any candidate or any other
measure on the ballot. There are
thirty-four counties in the state and
every one of them carried for the
amendment. It was not expected by
the most sanguine that Multnomah
f-ounty, in which is the city of Port
land, would have a dry majority, but
even that county got in line and car
ried by quite a substantial majority.
In addition to the state-wide prohibi
tion, which does not go into effect
until Jan. 1, 1916, a good many places
where local option allowed saloons are
now closed. I think there is only one
small town now from the California
lino to Portland which will have sa
loons after Jan. 1, 1915. An amend
ment of the same nature was before
the people in 1910 and was lost by
aver 18,000 majority, so that nearly
.'iO.OOO people have changed their
minds as to this issue during the past
four years. Of course, the women's
vote helped to swell the majority, but
it would appear that the state would
have gone dry even by the vote of the
men alone. The brewery interests
made a very hot campaign and spent
five times as much money as the dry
forces, but they were helpless before
the people who wanted a clean state."
Wanted to buy men's worn gar
ments. Phone 2363-J.—Advt.
SOCIOLOGIST IN DISCUSSION
A Unique and Helpful Discussion of
Rural Problems Held by Prof.
E. A. Ross at A. C.
Unique and helpful in its characters
was the round table discussion on ru
ral problems In which the upper class-,
men met Prof. E. A. Ross in the Lit-
tie Country theater at the Agricul-,
tural college this afternoon.
The meeting v as held under the
auspices of the Alpha Zeta fratern-.
tv and an open invitation was ex
pended to all the faculty and students
ntfrested In rural problems.
Professor Worst excused all uppet
lassmen who wished to attend this
neeting and by the number present
jreat interest was manifested and a.
jreat deal of benefit derived from it.
LINCOLN GUARDS TO HELP
The Abraham Lincoln guards of the
north side schools of this city will
give an entertainment at Broadway,
M. E. church Thanksgiving evenir/rt
beginning at 7:30 o'clock, consisting!
of music and a paper by Smith Stim-,
jnel, director, on his trip to the Land
of the Midnight Sun during the past
An entertainment of the same na-t
ture will be given by the guards ofi
the south side schools at the First
Baptist church on Friday evening,
this week at the same hour. No ad
mission will be charged at these en-,
tertainmenis, but a silver offering will
•e taken for the Belgian sufferers
Millinery at half price.
''•I a n (j a
FARGO COHAiti:. utiKaMENT CO,
are unavoidable. But we can help
you through them. We keep a
large stock of all makes of tires on
hand—also a full line of other auto
supplies. Come In and look over
our stock. We will be able to Rip
ply your needs.
WHEELOCK AUTO CO.
No Trick About It
Xtfr the- Know How that enables us to tarn out the best cleaning
LOOMIS & LOOMIS
Fargo's Leading Cleaner*
Phone 450 As well get the best. |14 Front St.
FARGO, N. D,
days to Thanksgiving Don't eat much
today. Walt till Thursday. My suits will
all be filled that day. Ted Evanaon.
THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER
Apples—Fancy Jonanthans in
bulks for Thanksgiving week
75c a bushel basket. 318 Front
St. next door to Fargo House.
Pure-bred Hereford Bull
ON THE BENCH
CASE in DISTRICT COURT 18 BEING
CONDUCTED BY JURIST OF GRAND
FORKS, WHO IS JUDGE OF THE
FIRST DISTRICT JURY CASES
CONTINUE IN COURT.
Judge Cooley of Grand Forks, judg«
of the First judicial district, was on
the bench of the district court her©
today instead of Judge C. A. Pollock
and was conducting the caee of Mrs. J.
E. F. Brown against Dr. F. E. Ball.
This is a civil case that grew out of
some land transaction and will probab
ly be completed today.
There are still a number of criminal
cases to be brought before, tho Jury,
the case on trial today being brought
In to fill up the time of the court until
other criminal cases could be arranged.
DECISION OF THE
In the matter of the petition of Mar
tha A. Hart for a writ of habeas cor
1. The exclusive power to grant
commutations and pardonB is vested by
article 3 of the amendments to the con
stitution of North Dakota in the board
2. A trial court may without en
croaching upon the prerogatives of the
pardoning power suspend the execu
tion of sentence so as to allow an op
portunity for an appeal to executive
3. Where the court suspends a jail
sentence for an indefinite period under
the provisions of chapter 136 of the
laws of 1013, such suspension may be
revoked and the defendant imprisoned
after the period of the sentence has
(Syllabus by the court.)
Original petition for a writ of ha
beas corpus. Write isued.
Writ quashed. Opinion of the court
by Bruce, J. Spalding, C. J., 4'ssent"
Harry L&shkowitz of Fargo, N. D.,
attorney for petitioner A. W. Fowler,
«tate's attorney of Cass county, and
Wm. C. Green, assistant state's attor
ney of Cass county, both of Fargo, N.
D., attorneys for respondent.
Get your coat, suit or dress now and
Shopping days to
Filled from end to
This finest jewelry
store in North Da
kota MUST have
the finest Christ
We have it ready, well sur
prise you with the endless
stock that such a store can
Will be the event of the
year. Our stock presents a
wonderland in Jewelry:
Watches, Diamonds, Ster
ling Silver, Leather Goods,
Every piece shown here you
can depend on.
If you have but 50c to spend,
come here, if $50 or $500,
come here. No better values
can be obtained.
Favorite flower of
D. F. Sullivan, Pres.
72 Broadway. Fargo
$26.00 Buffet, sale. .$15.00
$27.00 Buffet, sale ... ..... .$22.50
?27.50 Buffet, sale............. .$23.50
8.50 Buffet, sale. .$33.00
$2.9.00 Buffet, sale............, .$35.00
$40.00 Buffet, sale .$34.00
$13.00 Table, sale $10.00
$15.00 Table, sale $12.50
$16.50 Table, sale. $13.50
$19.00 Table, sale $15.50
C. P, Newhy and C. F. Streiby of
Minneapolis and J. H. Lang the dis
trict salesmanager of the Maxwell
Motor Co., entertained a large number
of their dealers at luncheon today at
the Gardner hotel. Mr. Newby who
has charge of the sales for the Max
well company in all parts of the coun
try reports a great revival in the auto
mobile business and says that his
company are anticipating one of the
largest years in the history of the
business. In the east and west the
depression that has been shadowing
business conditions have been dis
pelled by the losing of money and in
the middle west and northwest the
business which had already been very
large is increasing. The spirit of opto
mism prevailed in all the talks of the
dealers at the luncheon.
J. P. Finch of Finch Bros, left this
afternoon for Verona, 111., where their
large farm is located and will bring
back with him a full car of their
famous show horses. Mr. Finch says
that he has not noted any depression
in the local demands for good horses
and anticipates a very good year in
his business. He will be absent for
Flowers for Thanksgiving
Store: Corner of
Broadway and Front
St. Eight large green
houses on South 8th
Will Add Flavor to the Feast
Place them on the dining table in the living room in the parlor. Their bright
colorful beauty will complete the chami home-oa that social 4ay. whea
and friends unite in giving thanks
CHRYSANTHEMUMS, AMERICAN BEAUTIES, ROSES, CARNATIONS,
yiOLETS AND FLOWERING PLANTS.
•:V- ib v4
Positively Greatest Values Ever Offered
If you are in need of a buffet, dining table or chairs, you cannot afford to miss this
rale. We have selected a number of pieces
and placed them in our north window,
n 20 to 50 per cent discount on every article. Sale lasts all this week.
Wc have ieit b0 bushels of nice
Jonathan apples which we are
going to closc out this afternoon
at 50c per basket If you want
any of these apples come to N. P.
tracks and 4th St or phone 2188.
Nice grape fruit 3 for 25c. Cran
berries, 3 quarts for 25c. Nice
Bweet oranges 20c per dozen.
Fresh eggs 30c per dozen. All
kinds of nice box apples $1.15 per
720 Front St. Phone 2188
Sale this afternoon and tomor
O U S E W I V E S
can depend on obtaining the most satisfactory, uniform baking results
from every ounce of HUNTS BAKING POWDER as well as from every
drop of HUNTS PERFECT FLAVORING EXTRACTS (all flavors.) Try
them with your next grocery order. Money cheerfully refunded if not as re
Hunts Perfect Baking Powder Company, Minneapolis, Minn.
Established Over a Quarter Century.
$1.00 Chair, sale 85c
$1.50 Chair, sale ...... •. .$1.15
$1.75 Chair, sale $1.35
$2.40 Chair, sale $1.85
$2.50 Chair, s£le .... $1.65
$3.50 Chair, sale $2.25
$3.75 Chair, sale $2.50
$5.50 Chair, sale _..... .$3.75
DINNER WARE FOR
Haviland, German and Bavarian
chinas, English and American porce
lain, all in open stock, new and up-to
date patterns, at low prices.
BERGSTROM & CROWE
208-210 Broadway, Fargo, N. D.
25 PER CENT
Our Thanksgiving Sale is going on
full blast. Get that winter coat, suit,
dress skirt now. Don't wait until
season is half over. The Frances.—
GOOD WAY TO SAVE 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.
Seven more students took up school^
work this morning at Aaker's Busi
ness college. H. N. Wick, Sein Ose
bakken, Ingman Ness, John Moe,
Adolph Stohl, Anna Rollinson and
Magna Mathison. School was also
called up for a stenographer and sent
a graduate at once to the office of
Mr. Zimmerman Enroll now and get
well started before the rush.—Advt.
Thoroughly reliable, rebuilt No. 9
Underwood typewriters, 949.50. Fuller
ton Typewriter Exchange, phone 2S0.
(Walker Bros. & Hardy block.)—Advt.
HATS— $5.00 —HATS
For Thanksgiving Week at Hofd
erman's Hat Shop, values up to
$10.00 and $12.00
This is the first cut on this
splendid line of trimmed Hats.
Watch the Window at
For Dray or K*jree» Wag
on quick. reapofimhic
FARGO BAOOAGC A
J* P. Coleman, Prop*
graph or by
.. ~L .MaiL
Mail orders given
prompt and care
ful a 11 e n i o n.
Send for price
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