'A.D not 'Arnold Bennett and
Edward Knoblauch selected
the particularly appropriate
title of "Milestones" for the
!r:i£h*fui Jay tb«y might have called
flpojpprly enough "The Lovers," for
ilietc- moce real love iuterrst in the
feljr«e» than in two or three of the
'aTPrape dmmas. tov«n plight their
trmii jn tb* first act, nud their children
and gru*4'luidrpn carry on the love-
one period gives place to an
other. There is much marrying and
Igirine in marriage, and in the course
of tfce tfcrce acts we witness no less
than flve different courtships and mar
iriagrs, fvbUe to afford cootrast to this
romantic feast there i» the pathetic
fflgiirp of the hich strung young girl
'1j"Fi|i"a her too exacting lovgr
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and grows into the sad, hopeless old
maid who seeks to prevent others from
making her mintake.
All the world lores a lorer, and that
may be one of the seerets of the tre
mendous popularity achieved by "Mile
stones" both in this country and Eu
rope, but of all the romances in this
quaint history none is more endearing
than that of bold, enthusiastic John
Ithead, the bulkier of iron ships in the
year 1860, and sweet, tender Rose Sib
ley. At the very moment that Rhead is
aboat to break away from his too con
servative partner, Rose's father, he
awakes to the fact that he loves the
girl and is loved by her, and this is how
shy, demure Rose declares herself—aft
er the first kiss:
•'John, you say I don't realise hew
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Perfumes in bulk, -v
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Fancy packages, tter fW*
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We also carry many of the im
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much I mean to you. Perhaps I do,
though. But it's impossible for you
to realize how I want to give my life to
you, to serve you. No man could real
ize that. A woman could. I shall be
yonr slave." (John looks at her with a
little start.) "Yes, I know that it sounds
queer for me to be talking like this, but
I must It thrills me to tell you. I shall
be your slave."
In the second act we see Rose and
John, portly middle aged and wealthy.
Rose is still the sweet, worshipful wife
who is stunned at the temerity of her
daughter in darlngfto cross the father
for even a moment.
Last act of ail we see the same lorers
—now Sir John and Lady Rose—cele
brating their golden wedding anniver
sary. Tbeir wedded life Jus been one
You can select :i grift for a man here that will please
the least expenditure of time and money.
Military Brushes—Real ebony, Coco-Bolo
and ivory in heavy eases, per pair $6.50,
as low as... .$2.50
Hair Brushes in all woods and
bristles, a very fine line, $3.50
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THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY irETTTBLTCAff, SATORPftY EVENING, .DECEMBER 12, 1914
long, beautiful romance, and only now.
after fifty years of adoring submission,
does the dear old "gTanny" demand her
own way. Of course, Sir John submits
when he finally recovers from his as
tonishment, but even then Rose can
hardly believe that she has actually
dared to cross him.
"John, forgive me for having dared
to cross my dear husband," she pleaded
•imidly. and Sir John, taking the wrin
kled little hand in his, answers, "Old
giH, you'll be the death of me if you do
it again." And as the final curtain falls
we see the lovers of fifty years to
gether at the old fireplace in the same
room where they first exchanged their
vows and where the lovers of the sec
ond and third generations wove their
tor Jan. 4 and 5
We have searched the markets and have secured a beautiful stock of appropriate gift articles
Combs for Ladies and Gents, -S A
Toilet Sets, in choice seiectioii fronds
and materials, ^6^7
$1.00 to .. V •tSV
the holiday season of 1914. Articles that possess merit as well as beauty, and you will find that
they are priced right. Make this store your holiday gift buying headquarters.
You will save time and possimy
some lost packages when going: shop
pingr, if you prepare some slips with
jyour name and address legibly written
AND RAZOR SETS
Gillette Bulldog .., $5.00
Gillette Autocrat $5.00
Auto Strop $5.00
Gem •. 1 $1.00
Keen Kutter ,.$1.00
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.Shaving Brushes,j^ubberset in bristles
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Here is another chance to help make some poor child happy this
Christmas. No large amount of money is required. A few dimes
and a heart full of love for the little tots born without fault of
their own into the humbler walks of life.
It is More Blessed to Give Than to Re
ceive. Give oi Your Love to Some
Child This Christmas Day.
In accordance with the usual customs The Fargo Forum is ar
ranging a beautiful Christmas tree for the poor children to be
held at the Orpheum Theatre on Christmas morning. We want
the little ones to receive more than the usual candy and fruit and
call on all the Good Fellows of Fargo and Moorhead to volunteer
to see to it that every child has something besides to make
his or her Xmas a merry one.
Won't You Be One to Volunteer to Care for One Child?
Won't You Volunteer to Do So Today?
Won't You Spend One Dollar to lake a Mild Happy?
Call up Santa Claus at the Forum office and leave your name and
give the number of children you will care for.
you make a purchase.
Christmas pop corn balls nre espr-
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the center. Wrap some tiny gift in
oiled paper, and pack the corn, ball
shape, around it.
A Wide Variety of Styles
The useful gift for the home
—keeps hot liquids hot for 24
hotirs and cold liquids cold for
72 hours. We also have, the
Pints $1.50 and.-S2.00
Quarts ....$2.00 and $3.00
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