We have a new line of un
framed pictures and mould
ing. Our expert trainer can
do your work. Bring in your
pictures early and avoid the
Christmas rush. North Da
kota Decorating Co., 306
Broadway. Phone 699.
Qarftnw Unrh-r Shop tinder new
in amazement. The only shop in th«
i'vo cities that eaters to high-class
trad®. All flrst-rl«ns nrtlsts. First
i asa manicure in connection. "Win.
Rooms 1 and 2
Over Royal Blue Shoe Store.
MagAll Block: I s. Br'dway
"Will purchase any article in our
north window. Children's sleep
ing garment?, women's fleeced
union suitts, women's gowns and
brassieres, aprons, hose and
Soe the Window Tonight.
Phone No. 489
(.?•* W W tc
There's nothing equal to the pleas
ure of dining here on Sunday. We
serve a special a la carte Sunday
dinner that would convert a con
firmed misanthrope. Music by
Power's Orpheum Orchestra 6:15
to 8:15 p. m.
FORMER FARGO RESIDENT BUT
NOW A RESIDENT OF HOPE
DIED YESTERDAY AFTERNOON
AT THE LATTER PLACE—BODY
WILL BE SHIPPED AND IN
J. A. Officer, now a resident of Hope
and formerly a resident of Fargo, died
yesterday afternoon at his home in the
latter city. Details of his demise are
v*-iof, but the body will arrive in the'
y tonight and will be interred here.
hen residing here, Mr. Officer was a
ember of the Methodist church and
rl various business interests.
The, services will be held tomorrow
fternoon from tlie undertaking par
of B. F. Wasem at 3 o'clock, Rev.
M. Walters officiating, and intcr
^nt will be made in tho family lot at
I: i verside.
Smedley's tl.©0 box De Luxe,
an exceptional value in fine
fresh and seasonable flowers
will be delivered to any ad
dress at any time.
Telephone Yotir Order Today.
Place orders now in order
have them in time. Our Holiday
booth is now ready with a fine
display of the latest Holiday
Articles. Cal and inspect them.
Petersen & Goldsmith
Wc niu lessons
how to clean anything
by latest process.
805 Front Street
Moorliead. l'turne 107-J.
One Week Onlg
Sugar, 17 pounds ^..$1.00
Sugar, 25 pounds.. $1.40
I'eas, 3 cans •.
Corn, 3 cans »...25c
Macaroni, per package 8c
Spaghetti, per package 8c
Pork and Beans, per can 15c
Two cans for 25c.
Tomatoes, 15c can for.......
Eagle Brand milk, per can...16o
Potatoes, per. bushel 40c
Celery, per bunch 5c
Cranberries, 3 Quarts...— 25o
Apples, per box ,^»...90c
Apples, per bushel..... 65c
402 10th St. No. Moorhead.
Free delivery both cities. We
Wholesale and Befall Hardware
67 Broadway Fargo, N.
THOSE CHARGED WITH WORK OF
ARRANGING FOR CELEBRATION
OF THE OPENING OF THE
FARGO AUDITORIUM GETTING
VERY BU8Y ON PROPOSITION.
The activity of the various commit
tee® appointed to have charge of the
work incident to the opening ceremon
ies of the now Fargo auditorium, pre
dicts an event that will measure up
to the standard of forgo efficiency.
The play, "Milestones," selected for
this occasion, merits special consider
ation at. the hands of those who care
for high class drama. It deals with
the customs and love affairs of three
generations. Its scene is in England
and the story unfolds the evolution of
social development covering a period
of 60 years. It ig to be presented by
the Royalty Theater company, direct
from London. The committee of ar
rangements was able to secure this at
traction through the courtesy of C, P.
Walker of the Walker Theater com
The oritorlo, "Messiah," to be pre
sented by the Fargo and Moorhead
Philharmonic society, assisted by four
well-known eastern artists, will un
doubtedly prove to be the musical
treat of the season and will result in
a compelling and popular demand on
the spciety for entertainments of this
Yesterday afternoon the executive
committee of the opening arrange
ments hold a meeting in the Commer
cial club rooms and took some fcteps
for the opening arrangements. Owing
to the fact that the chairman of this
committee, J. S. Watson, was out of
the city at the time, the action taken
by the remaining members of the com
mittee will be held for the approval of
This afternoon at 3 o'clock a ses
sion of the advertising committee was
being held in the club room and mak
ing arrangement for the proper ad
vertising of the red letter day In the
history of Fargo.
The following has been billed at the
Orpheum for this coming Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday, De Rosas
Cats and Cockatoos Mona E. Smith,
novelty singer Gilmore & Romanoff,
novelty singing and dancing George
Yeoman, comedian, The Boy From the
Street: The Musical Girls, a classy
offering and gorgeous scenic spectacle.
For Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day, The Wanda L.udlow players will
present th ethree act comedy drama.
The Village Gossipers and on Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday the four act
melo drama, California, will be given.
The Village Gossipers, cast of
Rev. Joe Tucker Cpastor of village
church) Fred B. Wright
Geo. Tucker (Joe's brother)
D. F. Norcrosa
Bill Stevens (an ex-cocrvict) ....
Josiah Bumble (president of school)
Tobe Hexton (chore boy)
Samantba Besse (Joe's housekeeper)
Miss Ivy Bowman
Snsie Green (a school girl)
Miss Perle Klncaid
Marjorie Morgan (the school teacher)
Miss Wanda Ludlow
Act 1—Exterior of Joe Tucker's
Act 2—Drawing room in Joe Twelt
el's home (one month later).
Act. 8—Same. (One week later.
California a melo-drama in four act*
Cast of characters.
Dan Holton (a 49'er) ..Taylor Bennett
Jack Gordon (ailas Williams) ....
Pedre (an outcast) .. William Springer
Captain Davis D. F. Noroross
Sergeant O'Rourke Chas. Clynes
Queenie Miss Rena St, Clair
Tlllie Winters .... Miss Ivy Bowman
Olga Mis Perle Klncaid
Act 1—Mining camp.
Act 2—Summer resort (five years
Act 8—Home of Dan Holton, six
Act 4—Same. (Next morning).
REVIVAL MEETING CLOSES
Special Campaign of Salvation Army
Closes on Sunday Niflh^
The special campaign of the Salva«
ion Army, which has been on for
t. veral weeks, closes Sunday nlghL
The revival has been a great success
oth in attendance and in the number
conversions that have been made.
Captain Buyer requested the publi
ation of the following as regards thel
meetings and the results:
It has been a great success both in
attendance and the number of people
deciding to accept the Lord Jesus
"hrist as their Savior. Drunken men
i nd women—both have knelt to pray.
Ifp to last Sunday night over 4,000
eople have attended these services.
The revival meetings have been a
^reat success. So far sixty-flve con
versions have been reported.
WHERE TO LEAVE
YOUR MONEY FOR
First National bank.
Merchants National 'banlc.
Fargo National bank.
Northern Savings bank.
Northern Trust Co.
Dakota Trust Co.
Northwestern Mutual Sa'/iaga ft
NEW OFFICE FRILL.
Plow of Hot and Cold Water In Bowf
Regulated by Foot.
Saturday Evening Post: A new de
vice for washstands has appeared in
I the workrooms and lavatories of a
new office building for doctors. Hot
and cold water flows into the wash
iowl through one spigot and brass
I pedals on the floor—one for hot water
and another for cold—control the flow.
Thus both hands are free for washing
I operations, and at the same time, by
means of the podals. the flow of water
i ^an be started or stopped, and the
temperature can be varied, gold tA the
THE FABGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 28, 1914.
STOCK IS SOLD
AT A REFEREE IN BANKRUPTCY*
SALE YESTERDAY C. E. BRUCE
AND I. HOROWITZ PURCHASED
THE BROADWAY JEWELRY*
Yesterday afternoon the stock of the,
A. E. Cannon jewelry store was sol|
to C. E. Bruce and Isadore Horowitz^
who have foTmed a company under\
the name of the Crescent Jewelry Co.*
and they will dispose of the Cannon,
stock in a clearing sale which will bei
announced soon. Mr. Bruce is a,
traveling man and is a well known
resident of Fargo, having lived heret
for the past flifteen years. Mr. Horo-.
wltz was for a number of years with,
the Cannon store and later has been,
conducting a manufacturing business^
in the jewelry line in this city. He,
will be the active manager of the
store and lias had a large erperlence,
in the business for so young a man..
The stock will be repleted with new
goods and it is the intention of the
new Arm to try and give the people,
of Fargo the best service possible at,
reasonable prices. They will carry a,
complete line and Mr. Horowitz will)
leave for the cltics tomorrow to se-|
lect the lines needed to make It up to*
date and also to get some news
SEVEN TEAMS FROM THE VARI-.
OUS DEPARTMENTS AT THE
AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE ARE*
HOLDING CROSS COUNTRY RUN,
TODAY—FOUR MEN TO A TEAM,
Running teams from the four coli
lege classes, the Manual Trainingj
and Agricultural High school, Farmi
Husbandry students and the student^
of the Power Machinery class, arev
holding and are participant^ in at
cross country run today. The course
is two and seven-tenths miles long.
The winners are to be determined!
by the position they occupy as theyi
cross the goal and each of the run-*
ners will credit his team in the orderj
lie arrives. Thus, if a man comes in*
third, it would count three points for)
his side, and if tenth, ten points fori
his side. The team having the small-,
est score at the completion o£ thq
race, wins the run.
The Farm Husbandry students wer«t
the winners last year and have a good)
chance to win this time. If they do,
they will be given the banner as thein
LOCAL AGENCY OF TH* MAX
WELL MOTOR CAR CO. RECEIVE
TELEGRAM TELLING OF GREAT
RECORD MADE BY OLDFIELD
AT LOS ANGELES IN MAXWELL.
The local agency of the Maxwell
Motor Car Co. received the following
telegram telling of the Corona race on
"Barney Oldfield, 'master driver of
the world,' driving Maxwell entry No.
14, in the Corona race Thanksgiving
day, has just been decided to have won
second place by the rechecking of the
official scorers. C'Donnell, driving
Dusenberg entry, time, 3:81:29. Old
field's time of 3:39:58 breaks the
world's record for track or roads, aver
aging 85 1-2 miles per hour, and
makes a new world's record for a con
tinuous or non-stop run.
"Oldfield drove the little Maxwell at
top speed from the start, not stop
ping at the pits for anything and
covering the entire distance, 301 miles,
making these marvelous records after
only two ono-hour practices. Old
fleld's services had been arranged for
by Manager M. Ed Wilson at Corona
during the practice hour Tuesday
LOCAL AND STATE ALUMNI OFi
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY HELD
BANQUET ,- LAST NIGHT AT,
GARDNER AND PERFECTED)
The local and state alumni of thet
Ohio state university met last night at
the Gardner hotel and after one of the*
best of dinners, a peTmanent stat^
alumni iation was formed. The,
message of President Thompson of\
the Ohio state university was rcadj
together with a conveyance of his
greetings to alumni in this section. A
goodly number of the former student^
were present and they plan to maket
the organization an active one.
The following cffleers were elected:,
President, Dr. A. F. Schalk secretary^
R. C. Donoghue.
w GOES TO CHICAGO
Sierotary of Fa!r Association Will Bo
on Lookout for Features for
C. A. Nash, secretary of the North
Dakota State Fair association for
Fargo leaves tomorrow for Chicago to
attend the annual meetings of the
American Trotting association and
the American Association of Fairs and
Expositions. While in Chicago Mr.
Nash will also be on the lookout for
attractions for the 1915 fair, as it Is
planned at the present tlma to make
Jhe enltertainment program for the
coming fair stronger than ever before.
The management will make no an
nouncement at present as to the new\
features which they are working up,
but it is said they have several sur
prises in store for the fair patrons.
Judge Ravenyelp—Polly Prancefoot
is the most patriotic girl I know.
Blffstick—What is imusuaJ about
Ravenyeip-She wears red, white
and blue stockings, so she can wave
jgfeem on. high acbea
change lias been made in the bar, ex
cepting that only temperance drinks
u ill be served.
(Correspondence of Associated Press.) neat little hole which easily cures.
London, Nov. 6.—Realizing the need I But alas, honesty even in this child
of recreation centers for women whose ish mart of barter would not remain
protectors have entered the army, I for long. One boy who desired his
American and English women are neighbor's collection left the narrow
making an effort in London to provide path which runs between the right
wholesome amusements and temper- and wrong of the collector's code,
ance refreshments for women who With an axe he changed his common
might otherwise go to public houses Belgian bullet into a gruesome flat
to hear war news and discuss the nosed "dum-dum." The first specimen
progress of the armies in Europe. (of this terrible weapon was passed
In discussing the new movement.
Lady Henry said: "The club is be
ing formed for the wives of soldiers
fighting abroad and the subscription
is to be two-pence a month.
"It will be a meeting place where
these women can talk over the late
war news, read the papers, write let
ters and obtain light refreshments. We
are providing a graphaphone and in
addition will arrange for some sort of
concert almost every evening.
"Women will be permitted to bring
their children with them and a matron
will be provided whose duty it will be
to assist mothers in looking after the
little folks in a room especially arrang
ed for their amusement."
Lady Henry Somerset and a oomber from hand to hand with great awe. It
of associates have established a tem- was exchanged for an entire collection
perance public house exclusively for of regulation bullets, Tt remained a
women and children, which is the first seven days' wonder. Then the trick
of a chain they expect to open was discovered and now dum-dum
throughout London, to offset the bullets are as common as June bugs
temptations of the ordinary public.in May.
houses during the war.
Lady Jellicoe, wife of the head of the
English navy has established a tem
perance hall for women in Hammer
smith Road, a section which has af
forded many recruits and abounds in
Mrs. B. Lathrop, a prominent mem
ber of the American committee, ha*
instituted a similar recreation on
Copenhagen street, Islington, in a
square where there are five public
houses which have the patronage of
many women. Mrs. Lathrop will limit
the service of her club to women and
children whose living conditions have
been changed as a result of the war
and will make wholesome food at the
lowest possible price the feature of the
organization. One quart of nourishing
soup and one-fourth loaf of bread are
supplied to war widows for 2 cents.
Amsterdam, Nov. 5. General von
Hindenburg, who inflicted a disastrous
defeat on the Russian troops in East
Prussia, has been honored by the Uni
versity of Koenigsbeig with a quad
ruple doctor's degree, all four faculties
of law, divinity, medicine, and
philosophy, having united to do him
His diploma bears the following in
scription: "To the supreme leader of
the Eighth German army, who com
pletely overthrew and destroyed the
Russian hordes, and In this way de
fended his native province and German
culture from barbarian enemies, to the
immortal ornament of the P'atherland."
London, Nov. •.—One of the develop
inents of the war is the Increase in the
marriage rate in Great Britain. The
last quarterly report, just made pub
lic, shows a rate 8.1 per thousand
above that of the same period last
year. This is the highest rate recorded
for any three-months period since
The Haguo, Nov. •.—Thero is scarce
ly a school in European countries re
maining neutral which has not been
struck by the mania for the accumu
lation of war relics. The desire for
possession of collections of weird and
strange objects even extends to
schools of the belligerent countries.
First in the list of interesting items
come bullets. How these bullets ever
find their way from some Siberian
regiment into the hands of a Danish
urchin or how a piece of shapnel from
the battlefields of the Aisne is dis
covered in the pockets of a little Dutch
child are often times strange stories
of ingenious schoolboy bartering.
When the war continued its dreary
course and the supply of bullets in
creased, certain objects of murderous
intent began to get certain specific
values. The old Belgian army bullets,
made after a pattern of the year 1888,
are not rated very highly. When al
most 30,000 Belgian soldiers marched
across the Dutch frontier and threw
away their arms, the supply of those
heavy bullets became so large that
only beginners in the field of collect
ing were willing to accept them at all.
Neither does the true connoisseur
give much for the English bullets.
Three thousand British sailors were
deprived of their ammunition when
they were obliged to cross into Hol
land and this made British bullets too
common to be considered art treasure.
German bullets, which seem to be
common enough in the country of their
origin, are rated high by the children
abroad. The same can be said of the
bronze pointed French bullets, which,
like the German bullets, unless they
Not Morally, We" Mean, But. Physically
A disused beerhouse on Arthur street bloodshed does the juvenile world of
has been converted Into what is call- Europe keep a brisfTlng collector's
ed the Women's War club. Little trade. The occupation of each other's
If you are ailing, have the CAUSE removed and al
low Nature to Restore you to health.
Takes the physical crooks out of you by
It is not necessary for you to go away from home in
order to get well. NEWSALT is able to aid you.
See Him Immediately Before it is Too Late.
Loan Bldg. Lady Attendant. Phone 1235
FARGO ALL THE TIME
only in the relics of death and
territories by tho belligerent nations
DR. H. W. ALLEN
A U S E E N S A I S E E N S
S HOWS BAILY
lgfct 7*90 and toOO
WEEK OF NOV. 30th
has developed a stamp craze. From
the German possessions which the
English have seized in the Pacific,
from the territory occupied by the
Germans, and from the strip of land
which is all that remains of Belgium,
new stamp issues have oome. With
the taking over by Turkey of her own
postal system a weird combination of
Arabic characters is added to the
ready hcretogenous collection.
And the Outlook Is Blaok.
'Til paint the town red," said youafl
"I'll whoop things up in haste"
But now he has the blues, and tries
To shake that dark brown taste.
Three-year graduate of the American School cf Osteopathy, Klrksville,
Mo. Acute and chronic diseases successfully treated- Spinal injuries
and irregularities a specialty. No. 205-306 deLendrecic Block. Phone
A torpedo invented by a United
States naval officer carries a gun that
discharges an explosive shell Inside Si
vessel after the torpedo has punctured
Its hull below the water lino.
$1.00 and $1.50 only. Ber*
nier's $2 II&t Store, 612 1st
1 Classy Offering and Gorgeous Scenic Spectacle.
Cats and Cockatoos.
MONA E. SMITH
GILMORE & BOMANOFF
Novelty Singing and Dancing.
The Boy from the Street."
Night toe. Me and Me
POWERS' UNION ORCHESTRA
A comedy drama in 3 acts
A MeloDrama in 4 Acts
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