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Shopping Days to
Christmas
BUYING EARLY
More than doubles
the pleasure of gift
giving.
The real pleasure
)f the Christmas
season is truly en
joyed to its fullest
extent y those
w o a v e e i
i s s e e e
wrapped and tied,
ready for presenta
tion early.
Sperna" Safe
For WEDNESDAY
Por set Rogers Silver knives
and forks. Regular $4.00
values. I
9 This store is full of Christ
mas suggestions and low!
prices will surprise.
The Sundberg Co.
D. F. Sullivan, Prop.
^LEADING JEWELERS
72 Broadway Fargo, N. D.
Open Evenings
Tilt RUSK AUTO HOUSE
Mas?r*etaKd by
9ABGO CORXICB A ORNUOENT OO.
K1 i'-
lYOWLIt DO BBTTBR At iUGER'
ug for the Home
When gou can secure unexcelled quality at
prices such as these.
jj
Turkish rocker, very massive, upholstered in genuine black leather,
11 ifted sells regularly for $36.50. Special
V very fine massive rocker, upholstered in genuine black leather, tufted /JQ rpc*
very stylish and comfortable for three days only, this $50.00 rocker for.
All upholstered genuine black leather rocker, very comfortable come in- MQ PA
a id sec this big bargain regular price on this rocker is $55.00. Now..,.
Ltreer Furniture
LARGEST AND BEST HOME FURNISHERS IN THE WEST.
adwav
ANOTHER REQUEST.
Aakers* Business College was called
up this morning and asked to supply
a stenographer and bookkeeper. A
graduate was put in touch with the
position. Opportunities com© to those
only who are prepared. Enroll at the
A. "B. C. and get in line for something
worth while.
iPi II If 0 3
50c Bu.
Polivered. Fancy Box Applf
s"• per box. Sale on gTocerle
with every $5 purchase of grc
i ries we will
give
!'is
White Kid
Sloiis
Must rdainlitt^s^and reliabiMI^
to be the proper gift. In our offering of jewelry
gifts the above are paramount.
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, BRACELETS, LA
VALLIERS, PINS, RINGS, CUT GLASS,
SILVERWARE, CHAINS, MESH BAGS.
We guarantee every article to be as represented
and our guarantee means something.
J. S. Nelscm
66 BROADWAY, .§
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?",v
We have just installed, at con
derablc expense, the only mo i
-n Glove-Cleaning Machine in
ue city.
Call us on the phone and let n
lean your White Gloves befon
ie next party or banquet.
Loomis & Loomis
Phone 450 814 Front St.
"As Well Get the Best"
KODAKS
DewJopmy and
ri It* Fjirgo* N, O
a Kola
a box of ap
for 25c, Also fresh I'ickert '.
I ke and White Fish.
THE LITTLE RED GROCERV.
Phone 2455 96 Front St.
ML Lelofsky
•rrn T-nd'Tig Slumps. Sa'
smmmm
Kmc
Printing
At lowest prices, beat work
prompt service, writ* us for
price list. W• want your n^)i
orders and guarants* sat
uration.
FARGO DRUG CO.
608 Front Sc. Fargo.
Gifts
FARGO, N. D.
26.00
EUPHRONIA GAVE PROGRAM
Literary Society of Fargo College
Gave Program at Chapel This
Morning.
The Euphronia Literary society,-gave
a program at chapel at Fargo college
this morning. W. C. Plxler presided.
The first number was a very, en
joyable piano duet by Miss Shea and1
Miss Phlilpis. W. R. Titus gave cur
rent events. Kate Boise followed with
an amusing reading by Foley, The
Wreck of the Woman's Circle, depict
ing the trials of a group of women
who were trying to rais# money for a
new church. Fanny Clapp sang a solo,
The Swan. Allen Carpenter read Jn
gersol's well known oration. At the
Tomb of Napoleon. Grant Webster's
story, Flights in Astronomy, was a
feature of the program and showed
careful work. Professor Elmer closed
the program with a discussion of the
aims and benefits of the society.
For the benefit of our customers, w©
have decided to keep our stationery
department open evenings until after
the holidays. Walker Bros. & ajwdy.
—Advt.
ATTENDANCE RECORDS
SHATTERED AGAIN!
'Zudora, Tlianhouser's greatest pho
to play. Again all attendance records
are shattered by a Thanhouser suc
cess. This time it's Zudora, the big
gest, most elaborate and most unique
motion picture production that has
ever been offered the public. See the
first*episode at the Isis tonight.—
Advt.
Phoenix guaranteed
Herbst's.—Advt.
hosiery at
Bring in your pictures lor framing.
We have a most complete stock of
high-class pictures and frame mould
ing. Just the thing for Christmas.
North Dakota Decorating Co., 306
Broadway. Phone 699.—Advt.
REV. NR. ANDREWS SAFE
TKe many fronds of Rev. Clinton
Andrews will be pleased to know that
he has been located in Seymour, Conn.,
where he is visiting with his mother.
Bev. Mr. Andrews left here early in
September for a motorcycle trip to
Connecticut, failing to leave any ad
dress, and by reason of his long ab
sence his friends became very much
concerned, and aji attempt was made
to find him. It was known thkt he
i was in Chicago and had visited the
IY. M. C. A there also Moody insti
tute. Letters from the Chief of De
tectives* Bureau. O'Bryan of the Chi
cago police department and from the
Moody institute, failed to locate him.
General Secretary Perkins of the
Chicago Y. M. C. A recalled seeing
Mr. Andrews in Chicago and through
Mr. Perkins and an address taken
from the back of a letter, the local
Y. M. C. A. officials were able to se
cure his present address.
Mr. Andrews writes that he expects
to return to Fargo very soon. There
are a number of letters ajid other mail
awaiting at the Y. M. C. A. whore he
has stored a library and several
trunks of personal property. Rev. Mr.
Andrews makes "no explanation of his
absence or inattention to his personal
matters, except that, he had an acci
dent with his machine which delayed
him 'materially and had visited sev
eral points along the road that took
more time than he had planned for.
Rev. Mr. Andrews is a high-grade
young man and had planned to attend
college /omrwhPTe in this community
during th« winter.
JAPANESE
NOVELTIES
Seo the pretty Christmas gifts in
Japanese novelties and French flowers
at Holderman's" Hat Shop, 57 Broad
way.—Advt. v
L—
See the pretty 'Christmas glfts ixi
Japanese novelties and French flowers
at Holderman's Hat Shop, 67 Broad
way.—Advt.
Wanted to buy men's worn gar
ments, Phone 2363-J.—Adyi
THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 15, 1914.
SHOULD HAVE
INCINERATOR
DR. E. F. LADD, PURE FOOD COM
MISSIONER, MADE MANY REC
OMMENDATIONS FOR IMPROVE­
MENTS AT MEETING OF COM
MONS CLUB HELD LAST NIGHT.
lit an address to the members of the
Commons club, at a meeting held last
night. Dr. E. F. Ladd of the agricul
i tural college and pure food commis
jsioner of North Dakota, advocated the
purchase of an incinerator for the dis
position of garbage in Fargo as a
•means of maintaining the public
health.
Dr. Ladd also made a number of
other recommendations, among which
the prohibition off the manntfaeture
and sale of heroin a strict regulation
of the medicine and drug trade of the
state by a board drastic and compre
hensive laws against the adulteration
of foods, articles of clothing, tobaccos,
fertilizers and in fact everything that
is sold state inspection of slaughter
houses and meat, markets and the lim
iting of only one slaughter house to a
I community.
The meeting1 of the Commons club
was largely attended by those who de
sired to gain information relative to
the important subjects dealt with by
Dr. Ladd in his address.
In the manufacture and placing °n
I sale of food and other articles Dr.
i Ladd would not prohibit tho adulter
ated articles, but would have them
plainly labeled so that the purchaser
would know exactly what he was pur
chasing and would not buy an adul
terated article for a pure one, as long
as the adulteration was not detri
mental to the health of tho user. As
Dr. Ladd has often said, he would not
prevent anyone from eating canned
rat if that person wanted canned rat,
but he would prevent people from eat
ing canned rat under the impression
that it was some other kind of meat.
Among other thlnps Dr. Ladd de
scribed the adulteration of silk and
woolen goods and illustrated his state
ments from samples from the labora
tory and described other adulterations
of food and clothing, of chemicals and
furniture, of vehicles and tobaccos. He
would have a law broad enough to
cover all kinds of adulterations by
which men swindle each other by sell
ing an adulterated and inferior article
for a better one.
The speaker said that he would have i
a strict regulation of the slaughter
houses of the state and would have
municipal slaughter houses run in
such a manner that the farmers would
find it profitable to bring their stock
to the institution.
In his dealing with the subject of
an incinerator for the city of Fargo,
the speaker showed that instead of
handling the garbage proposition at a
great expense a proper plant could
be made a revenue producer.
The club held its annual meeting as
a part of the program hist night and
elected the following officers for the
ensuing year: President, Prof. A. E.
Minard vice president, R. M. Pollock
secretary and treasurer, V. F. Hutch
inson members of executive commit
tee. Prof. Max Batt and R. B. Blake
more.
Mrs. With
MoClain's ExperteiM*
Croup.
"When my boy, Bay, was small he
was subjeot to croup, and I was al
ways alarmed at such times. Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy proved far better
than any other for this trouble. It
always relieved him quickly. I am
never without it in the house for I
know it is a positive cure for croup,"
writes Mrs. W. R. McCl&in, Blairb
viiie, Pa. Por sale by all dealer*.—
Advt,
COMPANY CIVIL
ORGANIZATION
CIVIL ASSOCIATION OF COMPANY
B, N. D. N. G.. HELD REGULAR
MONTHLY MEETING LAST
NIGHT AND ELECTED OFFIC
ERS FOR ENSUING YEAR.
The civil association of- company B,
First infantry, N. D. N. Qu held Its
regular monthly meeting last evening
and elected the following officers for
the ensuing year:
President-^-Ueut. R. Coileqr. "K
Vice president—i8ergeajat M* Fal
coner,
Secretary—-Private Fred Gran.
Treasurer—Private Lewis M. Thane.
Trustees—Captain O. A. Fraser and
Captain G. A. M. Anderson.
A number of things of importance
to the company were discussed
among which was the laying of plans
for the Temoval of the company in
to its new quarters in the new armory
and auditorium that is now nearing
completion and which will be dedi
cated on Jan. 4, 5 and 6. Just when
the company will get into its new
home is not yet certain.
Sick Two Y#«rs With Indigestion.
"Two years ago I was greatly bene
fited through using two or three bot
tles of Chamberlain's Tablets," writes
MTS.
S. A. Keller, Elida, Ohio, Before
taking them I was flick for two years
with indigestion." Sold by all deal
ers.—Advt. i
N
AT THE BIJOU
Tonight the pictures of Max P'igman
in the great drama What's His Name
will be shown at the Bijou. This is
one of the strongest multiple reel" pic-f
tures sent out by the Paramount com
pany and shows the well known
comedian in his best role. He is sup
ported by one of the best companies
and the reports from the cities where
the film has appeared are very flatter
ing. This picture will be shown to
night and tomorrow and every lover
of good things in movies should make
arrangements to see this great film.
Four performances will be given ea!h
day.—Advt.
Typewriters—All makes, for sale or
rent. Underwoods, L. C. Smith, Rem
ington, Oliver, Corona. Fullerton
Typewriter Exchange. Phone 289.—
Advt.
A Noted German's Viewpoint.
Maximilien Harden, Prussian publi
cist: We do not stand before the
judgment seat of Europe. We ac
knowledge no. such jurisdiction. OUr
might shall create a new law in
rope. It is Germany that striken
When she has conquered new doy
mains for her genius, then the priest-1
hoods of all the gods will praise the
'god of war.
Fir tree cones, gilded, make band
come .CfcrtstrnM tee© ornaments.
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"X"
For fancy work
u can secure
•me vefrjr pretty
i bbons
-.'
$2.50
$ 1
DRESS GOODS
For Xmas Gifts
figured crepes—these fcoft
aterials for waists
59c
values.......
lack tussah silk and wool o
eighty and liis
ous cloth, yd....
1.75
-inch broadcloth, finely finish*.
I best $1.00 value,
id
See the pretty Christmas gifts in
Japanese novelties and French flowers
at Holder-man's Hat Shop, 57 Broad
way.—Advt.
TYPEWRITERS
All Makes-For Sale or Rant.
Underwoods, L. C. Smiths, llem
Ingtons, Olivers, Coronas.
Fullerton Typewriter Exohang*
Phone 289.
FOR SALE
A good house of 7 rooms, oak finish,
full brick basement, hot water heat,
maple floors, sleeping porch, fuel room,
house all backplastered, porch screen
ed, trees, lawn, .cement walk,
140 ft. south front-lot.
..
....*. .^7o0.00
No. 3465.
W.J.LANE
Phone 807 Over 1st Nat'l. Bank
Registered Pure Bred
Hilstein-Fresian Bulls
Of bait*,-tta axonth CL
v
4rk St.
i. i jf
Crepe de Chiae Waists
V ery pretty waists of embroid
ered crepe de chine, assorted
lades and sizes, only
68q
.00 values in 45-lnch mciros*—
e offer then*/
•»w, at..... .«'«p»
Silks
rand display of silk poplin in
ew shades, 40-inch,
1,35
WITH CENTRAL LIFE.
p(
r.f
rio Mtv
Vlt*
Mr McKendry of the Central
Insurance Co. phoned Dakota Business
college for a capable stenographer and
a pupil was sent to the position. Every
day D. B. C. graduates go to situations
with excellent firms, proving the su-
th#* in?»truction—publicity.
JAPANESE
NOVELTIES
"8 OO
George S. Barney
Giyndonf Minn*
(Owners of one of th#
hei,Ik
i n
largest
!TtO state.)
Phone 325
For Dray or Express Wag
on quick. responsible
aofvi /»P
FARGO BAGGAGE A
^TRANSFER CO.
»J, P. Coleman, Propi
122 Robert St.
Messenger Service
Phone 147-11 Broadway'
Ci F. LEONARD. Mgr.
y'fu' ':•-. r. -r .. ^f- ,5w^4,.
-r ^wr^v •, v wV
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& 1st
MOORHEAOS
Ave.So.
STORE
"5 QUA
Attractive line of silk waists put up
neat holly boxes, make acceptable Xmas
presents. Slippers too, should be re
membered. A line of colors can be found
here at moderate prices.
Waists ef Messaline
Plain niessaline waists with long
lace' sleeve, made very pretty,
only
$2.00
For black petticoats made from a fine Jersey
cloth with messaline accordion plaited flounce
Gloves and
Handkerchiefs
Kid gl ike" acceptable'
gifts, ours cost you no more than
formerly, regardless of much
talked of scarcity,
only
Also silk lined mochas in our
high grade glove,
only, the pair....
Cape gloves, fceavy quality, but
a substantial glovo for hard
wear, 4
only
1.75
las in our
2.00
JL
Splendid for presents—a gaunt
let glove
at
brown kid, white
kid
faced. ........
3.00.
Furs
A muff pr a fine set,
for onlv. choice. ..
4.50
mm
DAKOTA BUSINESS COLLEGE
Prepares young people for business
positions of the better class, locates
them with good firms and helps them
get advanced to higher situations as
cashiers, credit men, assistant mana
gers and manager. It is expert in its
work—does it exceptionally well. Why
not let it help you?—publicity.
WOOD
Vsor
the PL ATT CASH FUEL
Phone 38f V,ve a »st'
bout your fuel needs. Office
with A. L. Wall Lumber Co.,
N. J. Olsen Co.
Phone No. 489
Hard & Soft Coal
Reliable Jewelry
it DISCOUNT PRICES
n our jewelry stock—Lavalliers,
Watches, Chains, Lockets, Brace
lets, Pins, Rings, etc., at a uni
form discount of
25 Per Cent
CUT GLASS 30 PER CENT OFF
No cheap John Btock but guar
anteed goods.
C. I. BELIES
SCO.
220 Broadway^. Fargo,
Ws carry .Community and 1B47
Rogers Bros. Silverware in. all
designs at a discount of 15 Per
Cent.
y,A,1"!
'V V
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fc,
GLOVES
11 Silk fleeced
yarn knit. Put \r
in individual box
r.. jv
SI.98
TABIf LINEN
And Napkinf
Matched litmUl and napki
with 2 yard
cloth OaV/U
Dozen napkins $5 00
70-inch heavy dainask- a v
special, the 4
Jj g\
yard A ilU
Dozen napkins—22- n M/v
inch to match........ OmOU
72-inch, very fine linen in i n
design, only the a
yard JL.DU
Napkins, 2t% inches gw/X
to match. Doz '(DU
Slippers
Felt with soft soles, red, bro
or black,'
1.00
wrv
t/rri
"Health
First"
mands~that
eal your
with thef
Crown\
and we seal your milk
with the432^PCrown
because we rein busi
ness for your health.
Scaled Milk means safety
for your family.
"V
See ow iqprimnMfis^v.^4
Look Jwr the Holstciu
Phone 9010-6.
Berglund & Sorensefl.
CHRISTMAS
r*"• 1
1
E. C. Scliroeder's Dairy
Moor head, Minru
DECORATIONS
All- kinds at very attrac-
itve prices. ..
PETERSON &
GOLDSMITH,
1
70 Broadway
I i I'-'imTMi
Coal
WOOD & FUEL
Prompt Delivery
INTERIOR LUMBER CO.
Phone D2-L.
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