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easaBHR W e are and Wheat. & Is what you are looking for when you arc sick. CHIROPRACTIC (Spinal Adjustments.) Removes the CAUSE. Have your spine adjusted and get well. See Lady Attendant. Phone 1235. Savings & Loan Bldg. A O A E I E Mr. E. Johnson living thirteen miles North west of here, was in today with a load of wheat. He received the top of the market for same. He took away what flour lie needed and a good sized check. On the little transaction he saved &IX DOLLARS. Tt paid him well—it will pay you. in the market for good milling Rye GEO. F. BAHE, Prop. One block north ofI. Case Building. Phone 89. xm\ A Diamond Store for a Generation. A ^//L 'In ancient chronical and modern story, A radiant quHn in every court and clime, Within its crystal walls a magic glory, The Diamond reigns in beauty all sublime." —Moore. Those who appreciate the natural beauty of the perfect diamond will appreciate the superb collection which this establishment has to offer. Loose stones in pure white and blue white— perfectly cut—ready for mounting—or mounted in exclusive gold and platinum pieces In our own shops awaiting your inspection. Hagen-Newton Co. Jewelers & Opticians. 7 A Gift to Please the Man Your selection of a pair of NETTLETON SHOES for your Father, Husband, Brother or Friend, reflects credit upon your, good judgment. They arc the best and the Man knows it. We have styles for business, dress or evening wear, and will cheerfully exchange sizes when accessary. HALL-ALLEN SHOE CO. Dependable Footwear. 107 B'dwy, Where window displays newest styles. K"vy Ipblcago Pogfa "ji thought him rich because he had V More gold and chattels than had I. thought me rich because by lad &UB* .to pay, h&ad a&4 Jiggered, S Give a Diamond the Gift do Luxe. j** *f "Batrachomyomachia" is the Greek equivalent for much ado about noth ing, and is also the title of a mock heroic poem supposed to be by Pigres of Carla. It maaa* "Til# Battle of PEOM aftfl CITY IN Herbst for hosiery.—Advt. Golden Rule shoes are better.—Advt. tor underwear and DcLendrecie'a Ooisery.—Advt. Dress making. Broadway.—Advt. i Mrs. Skare. 317 Ayr was represented in the city last night by John Johnson. J. C. Butts of Wheatland was a late arrival In the city last night. G. S. Churchill was a Casselton ue«t at the Waldorf last night. If you want to buy a house or lot in Fargo see G, R. Froling.—Advt. O. K. Sagenson was a Grand Forks isitor in the city yesterday evening. H. Moen of Prosper was among the surrey line visitors in the city last night. 1 O. R. Eberhart of Aneta was among hose registered at the D&cotah last light. Wells county was represented in the i ity yesterday by A. P. Crammer of llowdcn. M. O. Thompson of Lisbon made the Annex his headquarters while in the ity yesterday. Martin and Knud Berg were among i he Kathryn arrivals in Fargo last night. They will visit with relatives over Sunday, Louis Larson of Buffalo was among the out of town guests at the Metro pole yesterday evening. Frank Lynch, the Casselton imple ment dealer, was in Fargo yesterday on a short business trip. J. B. McLean and Will Veitch were a pair of Argusville citizens registered at the Metropolc last night. Per Allasson, a farmer in Harwood township, yesterday made application to become an American citizen. Ethel B. Dahl and Mrs. A. W. Dun- well were a pair of Spiritwood ladies who were in the city yesterday. N. Stalen of Glyndon was among the Minnesota visitors in the city last night. He registered at tlie Elliott." R. S. McClintock of Wahpeton made tlie Gardner his stopping place while in the city yesterday and last night. Martin S. Lee was an Aneta farmer who made the New Viking hi shead iiuarters while in the city yesterday. The talk of New York—Mary Gar den Chocolates. Central Drug store, exclusive agents, 66 Broadway.—Advt. Paul Dagenson of Enderlin was among the Fargo visitors last evening, making his headquarters at the Metro pole. H. E. o'Xeil of Carrington was a Foster county business visitor in the city yesterday afternoon and last night. E. J. Severson of Larimore is a Grand Forks county business visitor in the city today. He is registered at the Gardner. Ben Helland of Marion was an ar rival in Fargo last night for a short visit and incidently to renew old acquaintances. R. D. Hoskins and Charles Snyder, both of Bismarck, were a pair of JBurleigh county guests at the Annex last evening. Charles H. Montgomery, stenograher in the district court, was among the Devils Lake guests registered at the Gardner yesterday. The western part of the state was represented in Fargo last night by C. E. Pierce of Beach who was a guest at the Waldorf. This is a year for practical presents. We carry a full line of such gifts in our stationery department. Walker Bro» &•. Hardy.—Advt. A. Strauss and wife of Harvey were couple of Wells county visitors in the city last night. They headquar tered at the New Viking. Have your pictures framed now, be fore the Christmas rush, at the Metro politan Wall Paper House. Phono 2478. 519 Second avenue north.—Advt. Christmas cards, holiday stationary and initial correspondence cards in unlimited variety. Ulsaker Printing Co., 315 Broadway, Fargo, N. D.— Advt. Harold Ysteboe and B. N. Olson, both of Perley. were a pair of across the river arrivals in the city late last evening. Both registered at the New Viking. Captain Bowler, of the local police force, is quarantined at his home as the result of a young man residing there contracting dyptheria. The penlal captain's wife is also quite ill and it is said that he is rounding into as capable a nurse as he is an offi er. COMING EVENTS Tuesday, Dec. 8. Scottish Rite Reunion, Masonic tem ple. Concert program by Mme. Leonore Gordon Foy, dramatic soprano, at Stone'a auditorium. Baptist ladies' Christmas bazaar, at church. Wednesday, Dec. 9. Scottish Rite Reunion, Masonle tem ple. Thursday, Dec. 10. Scottish Rite Reunion, Masonio tem ple. Friday, Dec. 11. Moving picture lecture at A. C. The National Cash register. Mystic Shrine ceremonial. El Zagal temple. State Y. M. C. A. Boys' conference. Saturday, Dec. 12. State Y. M. c. A. Boys' conference. Y. W. C. A. bazaar. Sunday, Dec. IS. State Y. M. C. A. Boys' conference. Tuesday, Jan. 19. Trl-State Grain Growers convention. N. D. Poultry show. N. D. Improved Seed Growers' con* test. Wednesday, Jan. 20, Trl-State Grain Growers convention. N. D. Poultry show. N. D. Improved Seed Growers' con tee t. Thursday. ja«. 2L Trl-State Grain Gruwers convention. N. D. Poultry show. N. D. Improved Seed Growers' con test. rrtday, Jan. U Tri-State Grain Growers convention. N. D. Poultry show. Wednesday, Feb. 17. N. D. Retail Hardware Dealers con* ventlon. Thursday, Feb. 18. N. D. Retail Hardware Dealers con ventlon. Friday, Feb. 10. N. D. Retail hardware Dealers con* ventlon. "Salplng at Civilian*.* Chicago Post: George Haven Put nam has called the practice of dropping bombs upon unfortified cities "sniping at civilians". If it is "sniping" when an ununl formed civilian takes sly shots at sol diers, it is also "sniping" when unt formed soldiers take Inno cent civilians, THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY EVENING-, DECEMBER 5, 1914. Shop eany, Try one of our 50-cent rooms. Hotel Tweeden.—Advt. H. O. Folden of Clifford was a Far go arrival last evening. W. Bidden of Minot was a Magic City visitor in Fargo last night. Carl Katz was a Sheldon arrival on the Southwestern last nighi. J-* South was a Casselton guest at the Dacotah last evening. A. H. Berg of Englevale was a down state guest In Fargo yesterday. G. C. Johnson of Christine was a guest at the New Viking last night. Santa Claus says Ricker's is the best place to buy toyB and Xmas gifts.— Advt S. Romain of Hillsboro was one of the upstate arrivals in the city last night. H. H. Carr of Hunter was among the business arrivals in the city last night. Theodore Stafore of Abercrombie was registered at the Elliott last night. Engraved and embossed work of •very description. Knisht Printing Co.—Advt. R. E. Harmer of Tower City was among the business arrivals in Fargu last evening. M. S, Knight and M. L. Knlpht were among the Casselton visitors in the city yesterday. R. D. Tierney and wife of Edgelov were among those registered at the Waldorf yesterday. Write G. R. FroHng, Morris block Fargo, N. D., regarding any real estate exchange you want to make.—Advt. K. Otterson was a Kindred citi/.cn that made his headquarters at the Elliott while in the city last night. G. A. Stillman and wife of Oripka were among the northwest guests i registered at the Prescott last night The talk of New York—Mary den Chocolates. Central Drug store. exclusive agents, 66 Broadway.—Atfvt. Accordian pleating done at 'V Spirella Corset shop. Mrs. A. And' son, over Kinneur Shoe store.—Atl\!. Brinsmade w-as represented in Far a s e v e n i n y E e i s s a w o v a s among those registered at the Gard ner. T. L. Hill of Colgate was ameng the Fargo arrivals on the Surrey I n« a s e v e n i n e e i s e e a e Annex. Eliag Stent rg of Horace v H. F. Barfuss was T- among the Fargo visitors last evemni: a n s e n e n i a s a u e s a i New Viking. a Leonard busi ness visitor in the city yesterday and last night. He made his headquarters at the Prescott. Judge E. T. Burke .associate just of the state supreme court, was amoiiu the professional business visitors in the city yesterday. Chief Justice Spalding was also here. The Ministers' association of Fargo and Moorhead will meet in a regular session Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. All minis ters of the two cities are extended a cordial invitation to be present. This was an off day in police, court this morning, as not a single prisoner w'as on the docket. The schedule for the past month has been very light, dt'e probaftly to the going of the large floating population that Fargo enjoys each season. Is your printed matter on the trial of those customers whom you want to round up this holiday season? If it hasn't started out yet and vou want something that's a little extraordinary, better let our representative call. Walker Bros. & Hardy.—Advt. The committee in charge of solicit ing funds for the Associated Charities has a most successful day yesterday, collecting more than S600. This is one of tho worthy charities and should be contributed to as freely as condi tions will permit. Christmas will be here before you know it. Have you thought of those Christmas Greetings for the trade? The custom of sending out cards is be coming more popular every year. In anticipation of the demand we have procured a very attractive line of narhples that will interest you. Walker Bros. & Hardy.—Advt. Fresh pork, cabbage and squashes were offered for sale at the city market this morning, and at such prices as could not be ignored. The attendance Is not as large as formerly on account of the lateness of the season and the cold weather, but a number are still taking advantage of the products oftercd each Saturday. THE WEATHER CLOUDY. STATIONS— i o n a TEMPERATURE a y i i e s e e a s •J o ol *2 i e s Y 2 4 s 0. r» i a Medicine Hat 18 Moorhead i Bismarck 30 24 10 34 Calvary 12 12 2 20 Pevil.s Lake ... 22 2 -4 20 .01 Edmonton .. ,. 10 0 .... 12 .... Havre 26 24 4 36 .... Huron 16 14 -12 48 18 8 24 .04 22 20 Qu 'Appelle .... 14 -6 42 14 Chicago 42 40 Kansas City ... 34 30 0 20 .... 22 20 —2 30 .... Williston .. ...' 18 16 2 32 Winnipeg 14 8 6 !O8 22 4 44 [ATS .08 2 42 24 22 2 40 St. Louie 40 40 4 AS. K, OKA£oti. ftun-i* 40 122 A deck of Congress playing cards free with a 90 cent Jar of Tuxedo tobacco at Levitt's cash grocery, 510 Broadway.—Advt. SAll J. H. Shepperd, W. M.: There will be a meeting of Shilo lodge No. 1, A. F. & A. M., this evening at 7:30 p. m., for the purpose of working the Fellow Craft degree. fUR CAPS Must be seen to be a e i a e o Caps $1.00 and $1.50 Bernier's $2.00 Hat Store. 612 1st Are. No*/' v WE WILL BE OPEN Crescent SHUMAN WILL SOON ARRIVE 8ECRETARY OF BUENOS AIRES Y. M. C. A. WILL SOON BC IN FARGO AND WILL GIVE AD DRESS BEFORE LOCAL ASSO-, CIATION—FORMER FARGO BOY. Secretary R. R. Wolf, of the local Y. M. C. A., has received woid fromi B. A. Shuman, secretary of the Buenos Aires "Y," that he expects soon tii arrive in Fargo. He Is scheduled to be here on Dec. 11, 12, IS, and will give an address before the local asso ciation at that time. Mr. Shuman has been in the Argentine for several years and during that time has built up the largest association in South America. The local association has been helping to sustain his work and take considerable pride and interest in what ho has accomplished. Mr. Shuman's address will be on the association work and the effect of the war on the business conditions in that part of the world. This talk is sure to be genuinely interesting, and com ing from one as well informed as he will be. it will be awaited with con siderable expectancy. The foreign work committee of the local association are planning a din ner to be held in h's honor while he is a guest in the city. argo Lo The Bankrupt Sale of the A. E. I Cannon stock of Jewelry gives the people of this vicinity a chance to save many dollars on their Christmas purchases Vanity Cases, regular $2.50, at $1.25 Waldamere Chain and Knife in complete sets, regular $5.00, at $2.50 All Gold Filled articles at Half Price Solid Gold articles at 15% Discount All Cut Glass at Hall Price Silver Plated Hollow Ware at Half Price Silver Plated Flat Ware at Half Price Swiss Watches at Half Price Mesh Bags at Half Price EVENINGS FROM'NOW UNTIL Jewelry 110 BROADWAY STEARNS SPEAKS SUNDAY Dr. Wallace N. Stearns will open the first of the strong series of talks that hdve been scheduled for the men's Sunday 4 o'clock meetings at tho Y. M. C. A. tomorrow afternoon with an il lustrated stereoptican lecture entitled The Man and His Country, illustrating: are exceptionally strong speakers, and a bibical story of one of the great Tuesday Afternoon and Evening December 8 At Lodge Hall, 614 1st Ave. N., at 2:30 P. M. H. E. WHEELER, Member Minneapolis No. 44 Will Deliver the Address.—Special Musical Program And see the beautiful display of fancy and practical articles on sale. HOME COOKING AND HOME MADE CANDY. LUNCHES SERVED. emorial Sunday Tomorrow The Public Cordially Invited CHRISTMAS •lit _V*» Co. er special music at this meeting. A cordial invitation is extended to the men df the city to attend. On next Sunday, Dec. 13, Dr. Frank Peterson will address the assemblage on a subject thut has not yet been an nounced. On Dec. 20, Lillian Farns worth Hubbel, and on Dec. 27, Rev. F. V. Hutchinson, both to Bpeak on sub jects yet to be announced. All these i prophets. Miss Clara Taves will rend- one of interest. Come to the First Baptist Church on whatever their subject, it la sure lo be fcyrin.