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V.* y* CITY I Silk hose at Bicker's.—Advt. Herbst for hosiery.—Advt. Smoke Famous Council.—Advt Gifts for men. Rahilly's.—Advt. Golden Rule shoes are better.—Advt. Gifts for women. Rahilly's.—Advt. DeLendrecle's tor underwear and feoisery.—Advt. Phoenix guaranteed hosiery at Herbst's.—Advt. Dress making. tPat Sirs. Skaro, 81? ^roadway.—Advt. Maj. S. Newton of Hunter Is a guest fct the Metropole today. J. M. Austin was an Ellendale visi tor in the city last night. W. E. Dada of Forman was a south ytate visitor in the city last night. Mrs. J. C. Reinertson of Hurdsfleld was a guest at the Dacotah last even- I'W. J, Appel of Davenport made the ibacotah his headquarters while in Far jro last night. McHugh of Mlnot was among he upstate guests registered at the )acotah last night. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Rostvold of lendrum were Minnesota guests at the )acotah last night. Give him a box of Councils for Christmas. Box of 10 for $1.00. At all Jigar stands.—Advt. Engraved and embossed work of •very description. Knight Printing Jo.—Advt. A. Kreise of Wheatland was a Fargo lisitor last night. He registered at |he Dacotah. Mrs. Cora Boyle and Mrs. Pat Boyle, |ioth of Sheldon, were registered at the )acotah ester day. Pearl Dalton and Gertrude Chapmen kre a pair of Tower City young ladies visiting in the city today. Lisbon is represented In f, V y,''1 1 the .city to- Jgiay by George Halverson who Is Ivegistered at the Metropole. Accordian pleating done at the ft^irella Corset shop. Mrs. A. Ander son, over Kinnear Shoe store.—Advt. iK+f v*1j1- 'Vi'VV w Vs- V" You can find here practical gifts, dainty gifts, beautiful gifts in things dear to a =wo man's heart.— i Corsets, Silk Hosieifi Camisoles, Silk Scarfs, Lace Trimmed Muslin Silk Underwear, Bras- Silk Gloves, Hand Em- Underwear, Corset Siers, Silk and Lisle Hos- broidered Muslin Un-\ Covers, Gowns, Skirts lery, Silk Mufflers, derwear, Fancy Aprons, and Combinations. The above are put up in Christin as boxes and priced very reasonable. Mail orders will be filled by Parcels Post same day as received. Irow, Bruce & Quinn 110 BROADWAY Shop early, Rahilly's for useful gifts.—Advt Try one of our 50-cent rooms. Hotel Tweeden.—Advt Public stenograph*? 'phone 1281, 617 N. P. Ave.—Adv. Santa Claus says Bicker's is the beat place to buy toys and Xmas gifts.— Advt. H. A. Button and G. 8. Churchill were a pair of Casselton guests at the Annex yesterday and last night. The talk of New York—Mary Gar den Chocolates. Central Drug store, exclusive agents, 66 B.oadway.—Advt. This is a year for practical presents. We carry a full Hne of such gifts in our stationery department. Walker Bros. & Hardy.—Advt. Among the guests registered at the Annex today is E. H. Greene cl Hankinson who was a business ar rival in the city this morning. August J. Peterson, Hans Nustad and Charles Nlsheim, all of Maddock, made up a trio of northwest guests at the New Viking last night., Have your pictures framed now, be fore the Christmas rush, at the Metro politan Wall Paper House. Phone 247S. 519 Second avenue north.—Advt. For the benefit of our customers, we have decided to keep our stationery department open evenings until after the holidays. Walker Bros. & Hardy. —Advt. Christmas cards, holiday stationary and initial correspondence cards in unlimited variety. Ulsaker Printing Co., -315 Broadway, Fargo, N. D.— Advt, 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 you want something that's a little extraordinary, better let our representative call. Walker Bros. & Hardy.—Advt. Christmas will be nere 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 Smith's Chocolates At Broadway Pharmacy Phone 40 line with our usual policy of keeping the best of every^ thing, we have accepted the exclusive agency in Fargo Smith's Chocolate Dreams Not only are these specially fine in quality and flavor, but' |]aat quality is absolutely uniform in every piece. The gale is increasing daily and there are m#ny good reasons why. Just try a pound of Dreams and find out jvhat '•really delicious" candy we have. Put up in daftitf* attractive Christmas packages, one-half, one, two, three and five pounds. Per Pound proadtvag Pharmacy Bruce Crusoe, Prop. V 'evenihgs ons samples that will interest 1 "V you. Walker Bros. & Hardy.—Advt. Mayville was represented in the city last evening by O. E. Lein. The talk of New York—Mary Gar den Chocolates. Central Drug store, exclusive agents, 66 Broadway.—Advt. W. J. Curren of Valley City was a Barnes county visitor in Fargo last night. E. A. Rogner was among t,he Cooperstown arrivals In the city last night. He registered at the Pres cott C. H. Doyon of Doyon was among the prominent upstate arrivals in the city last night. Mr. Doyon will meet the B'. P. O. E. tonight. He is head quartering at the Metropole. Quite a number of the local house wives braved the cold this morning to take advantage of the products offered at the city market. A couple of farm ers offered fresh pork, chickens, geese, turkeys, eggs, pickles, sauerkraut and butter for sale and were nearly cleaned out by noon. Three whole hogs were among the sales. Emil Eschbuch arrived in the city of Fargo on his annual pilgrimage to Chicago, where he goes to give flowers to the poor and the sick in the hos pitals during the Christmas season. Mr. Eschbuch is one of those earnest zealous men who was influenced for good work dvjring Moody's time and is known around the Y. M. C. A. and the hospital^ of Chicago as "the Flower Missionary." Last year he gave out 7,000 bouquets in Chicago. Most of his life was spent in this great city and a few years ago he took charge of the management of a farm near Casselton. Last year about this time he came to Fargo on his way to Chi cago and gave out flowers to all those in the hospitals who had no bouquets. Even walking to the county hospital carrying on his work of good cheer to that isolated institution. No one was ever offended by his work and al though a poor man the flowers seem to be provided for largely through the kindness of the flourist and thrbugh the many friends he has made in his annual visits to this work. Some tttnes when he can not afford to secure flow ers, Christmas cards are used instead. Both the flower and the card seem to be used by him as a method of ap proach, and in a few words he speaks to the sick, good cheer and a few words about the Savior. Mr. Esch buch told the story of his work to the local Y. M. C. A. two years ago. He is well known by the local secretary THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY ftfiHSftLICAN, SAftttoAY ttftttSG, fitfCEfaiER 12, 1914. who met with his work years ago through association men at Chicago. Peter Berg was an Enderlin business 'tailor in Fargo yesterday. E. J. Severson was a Larlmore guest at the Gardner last evening:. Hope was represented in the city last night by M. L. Lofland. Mrs. Cecil H. Peterson was Ayr guest at the Annex last night. Mrs. AUie Austin of Leonard was a guest at the Gardner last night. C. P. Hofner of Sutton made the Waldorf his headquarters last night. M. C. Campbell was among the Sur rey line arrivals in the city last night. M. G. 'Straus, the Casselton clothier, was among the Fargo arrivals last ev ening. George E. Duis of Grand Forks was among the upstate business men in the city last night. A. E. Algery of Luverne made the Prescott his headquarters while In the city last night. H. P. Peihl of Hunter made his headquarters at' the Gardner while in "Fargo last night Alfred Zuger. assistant attorney general of North Dakota, was among the arrivals in the city last night. F. B. Sapp. now a resident of Minot and formerly of this city, was an ar rival in Fargo last night and register ed at the Waldorf. The southern part of the state was Represented in the city last night by C. E. Howard of Cogswell who was a guest at the Gardner. W. O. Joos, J. L. More and G. .T. Clauson were a trio of Wimbledon citizens making their headquarters at the Prescott last night. H. G. Procter, J. Meieling, jr., and C. R. Hodge were a trio of Jamestown visitors in Fargo last night They all registered at the Gardner. J. M. Sarles and E. R. Sarles. both of Hillsboro, were a pair of prominent Traill county visitors in the city lest night. Both headquartered at the Gardner. Last nigfit the local hotels were crowded to the roofs. The manager? of the various hostelries stated this morning that they were obliged to turn some away for lack of accom modations. R. C. Mitton, manager of the Mer chants hotel at Wahpeton, was among the business arrivals in the city last night. He made his head quarters at the Annex. F. O. Hellstrom, democratic candi date for governor and formerly warden of the state penitentiary, wus-a Ffergo arrival last night from Bismarck. He headquartered at the Gerdner. J. P. Tangen, O. Morkin, Peder Rogness, Ingvold Rogness, Alfred Rogness and L. L. Poison composed a part of Pekin visitors in the city last night. All were registered as guests at the New Viking. Sec. J. P. Hardy, of the Belgian Re lief fund, yesterday received J50 as a contribution from the Alumni asso ciation of St. John's hospital. A few such contributions and the car of flour will be completed. Thorvald P. Haga- yesterday made application for papers to become a citizen of the United States. He gave his address as Fargo, his occupation as a carpenter and stated that he was a native of Norway. C. A. Nash, secretary of the North Dakota state fair assoohfts™, returned home yesterday from'a trip to |he east on business. While away h«i visited Chicago, Cincinnati and scveraJ other large eastern points. H. R. Strehlow and Dr. L. C. Howell of Casselton were among the guests registered at the Waldorf yesterday. George Heinze and wife, and Clara Ordahl, compose a trio of Tower City visitors In the city today. Two drunks made up the schedule In police court this morning, one being given the option of paying Jf. or spend ing four days as the guest of Chief Bingham and other drew double the dose. Neither had the neoeasary amount to secure his release. Prof. T. L. Wanner of the Fargo college faculty, has just received gov ernment licenses for both of his wire less outfits, one being located at his home and the other at the college. Permission has also been granted for the use of wave lengths up to 37B me ters instead of 200 as formerly. The college outfit is now equipped with a long serial for receiving and a short one for sending. The outfit is largely the work of Professor Wanner, and his assistants. Wednesday, Dec. t. Scottish Rite Reunion, t*le. Masonlo tea* Thursday, Dee. 10. Scottish Rite Reunion, Masonic tem fle. Friday, Dec. 11. Moving picture lecture at A. CL The National Cash register. Mystic Shrine ceremonial, Bl Zagal temple. btate Y. M. C. A. Boys' conference^ Saturday, Dec. 12. State T. M. C. A. Boys' conference, Y. W. C. A. bazaar. Sunday, Dec* IS. State T. M. C. A. Boys' conference Tuewdoy, Jan. 5. Grand opening of auditorium, auditorium. new armory and Milestones. Wednesday, Jan. •. Grand opening of new armory and Milestones. Thursday, Jus. f. Grand opening of new armory and auditorium, Mc-ssian. Friday, Jan. Annual 8. convention, Press Assn. North Dakota New auditorium. Saturday, Jan. 9. Annual convention, Press Assn. North Dakota New auditorium. Tuesday, Jan. lft. Tri-State Grain N. P. Growers convention. Poultry snow. N. D. Improved Seed Growers' con teat. Wednesday, Jan. 3*. Tri»State Grain Growers convention. N. D. Poultry show. N. x. Improved Seed Growers' con test. Thuraday. JM. 21. Tri-State Grain N. D. Growers conventlo*. Poultry show. N. D. ImproveU Seed test Growers* con Vrfday, Jmm, H, Tri-State Grain Growers convention. N. D. Poultry show. Tuesday, Jan. M, Strickland Gillilan fjourse. Citizens' Lecture Wednesday, Feb. 17. N. D. Retail Hardware Deaiara eon* mention. Tfcuraday, Felt. IS. N. D. Retail Hardware Dealers con vention. Friday, Fefc. 1* N. IX Stetaij hardware Dealers eon Ventioil. Bring In your pictures for framing. We have a most complete stock of high-class pictures and frame mould ing. Just the thing for Christmas. Nojrth .Dakota Decorating jfroadwgjrj fb9&e Sjait-S-Advji, V "fr *'Vt.i Mentor Underwear Redfem Suits—New which we will sell next week at Coat Sale—Beautiful Values to ASSOCIATED PRESS LETTERS Continued From Page One. bered the inspiration and wit of the French cartoonist. The afternoon calm of the boule vards is undisturbed by the loud voic ed newsboys, who seemed always to be making a desperate race for some unknown goal and trying to sell out their stock of sporting: papers on the wing. No racing killed the turf papers at the outset of hostilities. All other sporting Journals suspended and thus far only the Auto and Sporting have resumed. Meanwhile new publications, born of the war—chronologiral, historical and photographic, are aMpearinf nearly every day. Versailles, France, Nov. it. War has transformed this ordinarily quiet historic city Into a bustling military town. Headquarters of the Germans during the siege of Paris, It is today the quarters of some of the troops of '.ho military government of the capital and It is also the depot for army stores and is an aviation center. Near by Is the St. Cyr Military academy, which la similar to the American West Point. The tourist at Versailles now is a rarity. Formerly he helped constitute the bulk of the floating population. He has been supplanted by the soldier's wife or sweetheart making a farewell visit. The park of the palace alone remains open and this is their favorite promenade. The museum and every thing else of historical interest is closed. Squadrons of recruits are drilled daily in the public streets. The com mands of their officers sometimes are unheard in the rattle of heavy muni tion wagons that pass so frequently. Other soldiers may be seen leading or riding hundreds of horses Just ar rived and destined for the cavalry. General Joffre'a Headquarters, Nov. 24.—Andre Tardieu, the foreign editor of The Temps, is attached as lieuten ant to General Joffre's staff. His duties require him to visit every part of the front, and he has therefore extra ordinary opportunities for seeing the it Mtf KT i -r* APPAREIi.tt 3 Bfto AD WAY' OOOOOOGQOOaOOOOQOaOOOCOQCC*i*9GGGeoeOCGGC0OCaGGOOCeCee*iMeS&*&> radio Why not buy a Coat or Suit for a present? Here is chance to get one at a greatly reduced price. fall styles -J JT JL I Christmas Articles Handkerchiefs Purses Gloves Party Boxes Ribbon Bags Aprons Breakfast Caps Hosiery Sweaters Waists The smaller Articles are put up in Christmas Boxes actual operations of the war. Mr. Tardieu, it ig understood, is assembling material for a history of the war. London, Nov. 24.—Because of the war, Monte Carlo is to have a limited Heason this year, opening some time in December. Formerly it was the custom to being the gambling season on Nov. 15, and long before then the frivolous world of sport and fashion had gathered here, and by December gayety was at its height. Out of the 800 employes of the Casino nearly 300 are now serving France with the colors. The rest have been retained in the service of the company at temporarily reduced ratea. London, Nov. 24.—One of the thing* frequently noted by soldiers at the front in writing to relatives and friends is the extra9rdinary expendi ture of bullets required 1o kill a man. A German report static that many (Jerman soldiers fired 4,000 cartridges apiece during- the first month of the wsr. An English observer estimated that twenty-five German shells are wasted for every man killed by them. In 1870 it was calculated that the Germans flred 150 bullets and six sharpnel shells for every wounded Frenchman. In the Russo-Japanese war it is said 3,000 bullets were tired for every life lost. COME ODT TONIGHT You can help the AbsociuI'jU garments at very special prices. $35, $7.50, $9.75, $15 and $19.75 1 Ti tles by purchasing your Christmas gifts tonight at dcbendrecle's. Five per cent of all cash sales today will be given for charity. Make tonight's shop ping as liberal as possible. Every de partment is Included in this offer. sure and purchase tonight and help out the poor. It will cost you nothing lu swell the charity fund of the Associat ed Charities by purchasing of cash at the deLendrecie store. Some of the imported dresses show silk fringe as edging to the flounce* on the skirt. Metallic fringe and em broidery are also much in eviden f. Seed pearls are to be used a Rieat deni on evening gowns, and pa!llette« o. mother pearl have been successfully Introduced. Pop corn to be strung without breaking, Bhould be popped seven! days before stringing. Glided pop co: t\ makes a pretty Christmas tree decor ation. I Tills Oirlstmas the little onesl aire the ones that Christmas means the most to. It is essentially their holi day. Wc have realized this in the selection ot* eur stock for the baby department and you will .find here an excellent stock from which to make your selections for Baby. Mrs. L. J* Gordon and Ever wear Hosiery a THE WEATHER FA III AM) COLDER. TEMPERATURE STATIONS— Hismarck .. Calgary ... Devils Lake Edmonton .. Havre Huron M'dirtne Hat Moor head ... Qu, Appelle 2? a 5.2 *2 & a sr s SB 4 0 2 -2 —6 -4 Paul ...., 6 4 8 4 0 -I -S A 0 8 a -10 4 -t 4 0 4 8 10 0 14 8 1« 10 4 30 24 18 29 14 t. WilMston ... Winnipeg .. Chicago ... Kunmifi City Omaha St. Louis -a 22 21 20 20 16 22 14 1 20 24 H. R. UKASS& «i»ci») bk«rirer. WHATC SAID B. J. Kimball, secretary: There wl| be a regular mating F.irgo lodge Iienevolent and Protective order of Klks at their club rooms tonight. QL H. Doyon, D. D. G. E. R.. will be ift attendance and each and every inenaj bor is urged to be pi jsent. Visiting brothers welcome. m^iir Pinnep Xftraduate Oorsetierre. 326 Broadway* Fargo, N. D.