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Knight Printing Co. Print it
ATION—Opening for good doctor.
-Town of 400. Good territory. Write
sag, care Forum. (19-45)
,to advertisements should
kw V include number given In paren
tneels in lower right hand corner.
neerlng school will give you practical
instruction write for Information:
1826 Front at.
WANTED—Two men to travel and ap
point agents. Salary $20 weekly and
expenses will pay more later. Drawer
Ju, Bridge Station, Niagara Falls, N. Y.
WANTED—Railway mail clerks $75.00
ttonth. Pull unnecessary. Frequent
examinations. Sample questions free.
te, Dept. 301 W, Roch-
y«w«nnanu»o, Dmupio
Franklin Institute, Dept.
eater. N. Y. (13-38)
XX ANSWEF^SU all want ads. giving
a certain number care of The Forum,
be sure to address your answers to
that number, in care of Forum. This
Insures prompt attention.
Of taking full responsibility in new
founty. Must begin Jan. 1. Good sal
ary to right party. Send references in
JBrst letter. Abstractor 232, care For
ttm. (23-28)
WANTED—A printer, compositor or
two—thirder at once. Good live town,
*ood building:. Will pay |12 per week.
Address The,Noonan Miner, Noonan, N.
D. (25-30)
RAGTIMU. piano playing positively
taught any person in -o lessons. Ori
ginal Christensen system. Success
guaranteed. Write now for free book.
Louie Kopelman, 60# 1-U N. F. Ave.
Phone 2S4U.
bers always in demand big wnges,
•asy work few weeks wi-J save months
by our methods tools
given diplomas
•ranted position waiting. Illustrated
catalog tree. Moler !\arber coJlege,
17-H. Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis, Minn.
Bet. IS93. (11-42)
WIGHT watchman want!
Write 237, care Forum.
ALL-AROUND country printer and
bandsman desires position by Jan. 1.
Wants position the year round. Write
S24, care Forum. (ls-^oj
PRINTER-—Position by good ail
around printer, can make good any
where in shop. State wages paid.
iTrlte 204, Forum.
gTKNOGRAPHER and office man with
four year*' experience, good educa
tion, determination to win, and best of
references, uesires position. Address
Box 354, Hichardton, N. D. (21-27)
'AGENTS wanted to introduce fast sell
ing specialties. Standard Supply Co.,
(4 Broadway. (23-49)
opportunity for man or woman to
make 16.00 to $15 00 a day. Unusually
liberal terms. Spare time may be used.
Particulars and samples free. Univer
sal Bible House, 1012 Arch St., Phila
Male or Female.
WANTFD—1,000 customers to buy fl.t)0
•worth of groceries at my store be
tween now and Christmas, i^ifson Cash
arocerj. Thone uati. 220 Front St.
£08 ACRES in Hill county, Mont. Well
improved, 1 1-4 trom raiiroad town.
Will trade for good pool hall or gro
cery in small town, owner, Geo. Seat
on, Nortonville, N. D. (26-30)
ITOR EXCHANGE—One new Bull irac
tor, for horses. We are througn
©lowing on farm, can use horses haul
ing coui. Write or phone Chesiey
Lumber & coal Co., Fargo. (304 t. t.)
WAiNiHiU i.0 JBUtf.
WANTED TO BUY—Men's worn gar
ments. Phone 231b, Fargo. (tf»
Jj'Uli OiUUlU—X1SJ U&>£*.
FOR SALE—Nine-room modem 9
house and barn, nearly one acre
Z of ground, extending from 1st to 9
2 2nd Ave. S., 1 1-2 blocks from car
2 line. Will Bell on easy terms.
Phone 698. (8-34)
&OA1I wanted by responsible party
$2,000.00 until Nov. 20,1915. Address
236, care Forum. (26—30)
fOR BENT—820-acre improved farm,
near Fargo, with stock and tools. P.
O. Box 44. (21-32)
FARM FOR 9ALB—Two miles south of
Farao on the Ked river. Write oox
B. C., Moorhead. (264-tf)
LET us give you' government facts
about the crops of Wisconsin and
Other states. Wisconsin Advancement
Assn., 1554 Firet Nat. Bank Bldg., Mil
waukee, Wis. (i2&--26)
IN ANSWEKING all want ads, giving
a certain number care ol Tnt crum,
be sure to address your answers iu
that number, in care of Forum.
insures prompt attention.
FOR SALE—A fine quarter of land on
easy terms. Wo better anywhere tor
flax, corn, potatoes, alfalfa and small
-ain. l-«and lies line and is only
from railroad station. For parti
culars call on Dr. N. P. Nelson, 405 8th
fit. S. (2b6-tf)
LIMITED acreage California fruit and
alfalfa lands on electric line within
twenty minutes ride of Sacramento,
TS.OOO people to exchange for farms or
city property. Snesrud, 103S McK.night
Bldg., Minneapolis. (6-31)
WANTED—Renter, 1,000-acre farm,
Season 1915 and longer 700 acres un
let' cultivation, mostly plowed. Fair
buildings, good water. Best references
ust be furnished. Write or see, M.
Oliver, Oberon, N. D. (23-28)
UO ACRES of fertile land, 5 1-2 from
a good town on the G. N. Valley
county, Mont. .80 acres plowed back
and ready for crop. Good buildings,
good well and all tillable best quality
Of soil and in a thrifty neighborhood.
18,200.00, very little cash down, liberal
terms. Write Valley County Bank,
Hinsdale, Mont. (26-30)
I HAVE dandy quarter land one mile
from town, 86 acres broke, small
buildings, some trees, all tillable. First
jnOrtgage $700, due 1916 second mort
gage $1,050, due now. Land selling all
around for $20 to $25 per acre. Beat
cash offer for my equity between now
and Jan. 1 takes it. Have been hold
ing at $20 per acre. Reason for selling,
leaving country. Must, sell. Address
236, Forum. (24-36)
HAVE recently come into possession
of about 16,000 acres of some of the
bent orange, grape fruit, sugar cane
and truck land in central Florida 011
Lake George. This is more land than
I can develop alone, and will sell e®me
*t an attractive price or I will under
take to furnish land and plant groves
o» a monthly payment plan. Dr. W.
J. R«a, 327 Tribune Annex Bldg., Min
v. .*»•»*)
HAVE Knight Printing Co. Print It
WAX7ED—Dining room girl. Good
wages, long job. Write 207, care For
um. (16-29)
GOOD girl for general housework. Mrs.
R. B. Newton, 426 9th Ave. S. Phone
308-J. (16-tf)
WANTED—Good girl, general house
work. Mrs. Thomas E. Dunn, 208
10th St. N. (25-tf)
WANTED—Experienced saleslady for
the Fargo Candy Butcher Shop. 421
N. P. Ave. (26)
COMPETENT girl tor general house
„-.work* sood wages. Mrs. Lewis Hart,
606 N. 4th St. (13-38)
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Mrs. W. H. Diemert, 604 6th
St. S., Moorhead. (20-tf)
THOROUGHLY competent girl for gen
eral housework $25 per mo. 821 7th
Ave. S„ Moorhead. Phone 1673. (19-tf)
WANTED—A competent girl for gen
eral housework. 924 Broadway.
WA NTED—Experienced girl. No wash
ing good wages two in family. Mrs.
f- H. Bailey, 1030 Broadway. Phone
2*39. (24-tf)
goods. Must be a good saleslady and
capable. In answering state exper
ience and salary expected. References
required. Steady position to right
party, p. o. box 831 Fargo, N. D.
GIRL for general housework. 1124 5th
St. N. (24-tf)
HOUSEKEEPER for general house
work. Small family. Phone 700.
FOR practical nursing in confinement
cases, call on Mrs. Behlmer, 817 7th
St. N. (12-37)
WANTED—Position, housekeeper, good
cook and manager city or town. Ad
dress 233, Forum. (25-27)
WANTED—By experienced practical
nurse, with some training, work in
hospital. Write 199, care Forum.
EXPERT lady stenographer and book
keeper desires position. Salary $10
per week. Address Stenographer, 423
4th Ave. N., Fargo. (23-27)
YOUNG lady wishes position two or
three hours an evening, as cashier in
motion picture house. A1 references.
Write 214, care Forum. (16-tf)
VISIT the Princess,
For highest market prices for hides,
wool and furs, chip to Western Hide
&Fur Co., D. Naftaiin, Mgr., 301 Front
St. Phone 1318. (2i5-48-tf).
SEWING machines, typewriters, furni
ture, etc., cleaned, repaired and made
like new. We guarantee satisfaction.
It pays to have reliable store do re
pair work. National Furniture Co. Call
repair department. Phone 864-L.
We know how to give them. Lady
attendants on Xhursaay—Ladies' day.
Comer Hroadway-and M. P. Ave. Phone
1058. (22-48-tf)
#5c per hour. Work guaranteed.
419 1st Ave. S. Phone 1274-W.
Perfect picture
gen & Olson, 304 Broadway.
122 Broadway. Phone 497. (22-48-tf
FOR economical prices on commercial
job printing, send for quotations to
the Observer Publishing Co., Grand
Forks, N. D. (313-26)
UAlK liuoos—2\i per cent off. Largest
stock In the northwest, isivery kind
of made-up wigs, switches, toupees.
Mali orders filled. Write lor pi ices.
Mrs. J. Kopelman, 614 1st Ave. N., Far
go, N. D. (218-tf)
tea sets, toilet sets, ornaments
and band instruments repaired
nnd replated. Brass beds rerinish
ed, mirror resilvered. Phone 636.
Fargo Plating Co., basement A. O.
(J. W. Bldg., Fargo, N. D.
EDGEWOOD sanitary milk for sale by
1£. A. lvieiler. Phone 17tia—J.
C. A. HENNING, painting, kalsomlning
and paperhanging. Phone 3096-W.
SIX-ROOM modern cottage. Appl
Farr's Dray line. (12-tf
FOR RENT—Six-room house, modern
except heat. Phone 21. (314-tf)
EIGHT-ROOM, completely furnished
house for rent. South side. Phone
2030-W. (26—tt)
NINE-ROOM modern house, close to A
C. J. B. Folsom Co., 618 Front St.
Phone 85-L. (301-tf)
FRONT room, upstairs, unfurnished.
rent $5 per mo. 1022 1st Ave. a Call
evenings. (6-tf)
TWELVE-ROOM house, modern except
heat. Close to A. C. J. B. Folsom
Co., 618 ront St. Phone 86-L. (301-tf)
Household Goods.
MUST sell at once, all my household
goods. Phone 690-J. 324 6th St. N.
SELF-FEED hard coal heater. Cheap.
Used only 4 mo. Apply 114 9th Ave.
N. (18-44)
THREE-QUARTER iron bed. All iron
reinforced spring and mattress. $4.
Phone 2117. (26-28)
FOR SALE—Rockers, center table and
mahogany finish settee. Call 16 Sth
St. S., or phone 2864-J. (tf)
SLIGHTLY used furniture, of every
kind, heaters and cook stoves, ai
very low prices. National Furniture
Co., Moorhead. (21-tf)
DENTAL—Cabinet, electric engine,
foot engine, lathe, traveling case, ta
ble and bracket, couch, hall mirror and
bear rug. Phone 737—L. 511 7th St. S.,
Moorhead. (10—36)
WANTED—Sewing by day.
DRESSMAKING dope reasonable.
10th St. a (#-34)
SEWING WANTED—Flat No. 1, over
Far go Laundry. (10-35)
FIRST-CLASS dressmaking done at
reasonable prices. 814 Sth St. ,N.
Phone 1720. 14-4o
DRESSMAKING—Ladies' suits, coats..
dresses. Prices right. Work sruar
anteed. Call at 4QS Sth St. & Phone
.' '.
*(,' .2
FURNISHED front bedroom upstairs.
Rent 17 per mo. 1022 1st Ave. S. Call
evenings. (tf)
furnished room at No. 1
f.i i. i? Gentlemen prefer
red. Call mornings or phone 2139.
modern house.
»ls 4th Ave. S. (24-tf
Furnished Rooms—Northside.
FURNISHED rooms. 82 loth St. N
r00,n tOT
•84 5th fat. N. (20—tf)
ONE furnished room
flat. Phone 2373-W.
in down town
FURNISHED rooms in new modern
house. 710 6th St. N. Phone 3177-j.
NICELY furnished front room in all
modern house. Close in. Phone 736*j
TWO furnished rooms* for light house
keeping, all modern. 407 10th St. N.
^oom» 'or light house-
keeping, modern. Phone 622. 70 4th
FOR RENT—-Furnished room in strict
ly modern house. 82* 8r4 i
Phone 1408—L.
FURNISHED room in all modern
house, gentlemen preferred. 4ui 10th
fat. N. Phone 2211-1* (2-28)
one-half block from postolflce.
1333, 61S
furnished rooms
e. Phone
1st Ave. J*. (26-28)
FURNISHED room in modern house
two blocks north of postofflce Gen
tlemen preferred. Phone 24y. (6-tf)
FURNISHED Steam heated, modem
rooms tor Housekeeping. Brauur'j
flats. Phone loia-j. (160-ajtf-tf
ROOMS—Single or eji-suite. Private
bath and telephone, 1-a block from
Gardner Hotel. Pnone 482. (291-tf)
FOR KENT—Nicely furnished large
front room suitable tor two gentle
men lu modern nouse, close in. call
i23 Roberts street or phone 22U6-L.
nished for light "housekeeping ev
erything modern heat, light, gas fur
nitfhed. 618 Mh a't. 1»6-J.
ROOM and board. 409 9th St. S. Phone
214-J. W-83)
WANTED—Table boarders.
St. S., Flat 2.
after 12:30 p. m. will be inserted the following day.
Furnished Booms—Southside.
ALu furnished modern rooms for rent.
Ill 8th St. S. 1676—W. (19-tf)
ONE furnished room for light house
keeping. 604 9th St. S. (24-50)
STRICTLY modern room with good
board. Phone 849-J. 1114 2nd Ave. S.
FURNISHED roo&i in modern house.
Gentlemen preferred. 1010 5th Ave.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished rooms, h^
and cold running water in
room. Phone 1160. (21-^7)
17*4 Sth
STEAM-HEATED room In flat with or
without board. Also meal tickets,
$4.50. 409 1-8 N. P. Ave. Phone
23 73-W. (18—44)
NICELY furnished room, with
board, In strictly modern house.
Suitable for two persona. 119 8th
St. N. (26-28
W A I I O O & K U
RABIES TO BOARD—Phone 2673. (tf)
years old, to board.
1180 1st Ave7
160 ACRKis of good farm land in Kan
sas to trade for something nearer.
Also small island In Wisconsin.
Phone 334-J or write 810 9th St. a.
year old pacing pony, buggy, cut
ter, 2 sets of harness, good leather
saadle. inquire 615 2nd Ave N. N. W.
phone 712. (7 t. f.)
FOR SALE—Second amid safe. Walker
Bros, and Hardy. (176-if)
FOR SALE—Buffalo fur coat, eize 46.
Beaver trimming. Joseph Saundahl,
Maynard, Minn. (25-30)
GOOD PRAIRIE HAY in stacks or de
livered. John Lee, Glyndon, Minn.,
or phone 1601-J. (23—tf)
FOR SALE—Nlc®, clean, old papers
packages of 50 for 10 cents 16u for
26 cents. Forum otiioe.
XMAS GIFTS—Pedigreed white toy
poodles, eligible to register. Mrs.
Reed, Box 44, Jamestown, N. D. (23-32)
for No. 1 model mac nines, also on*
font 6 point roman single imer ma
trices and one font 10 point roman ana
Italic two letter matrices. Addresf
Fargo Forum. (147-tf)
POLAND China pure bred male and
female hogs. O. G. Moulton, 818 Rob
erts St. (26-52)
FOR SALE—Registered Duioc Jersey
boars and gilts. Never had cholera.
Also one registered Shropshire ram.
Stanley Thompson, Ayr, N. D. (308-33)
FOR SALE—S. C. Red Cockerels. 720
College St. N-, Fargo. (24-60)
PR* V ATE maternlt,
PR*VATE maternity home best*
of care. Mrs. XI. Ric* lli 18th
BC south,
4 fit
vacant room
Forum Want
Read the Rate Card Carefully Before Mailing In Your Order Which
Mas! fee Accompanied Isj Hie Cash,
6 WORDS 1 TIME 20 TIMES 26 CT* 6 TIME8 35 CT8..«*«»••*..
12 WORDS 1 TIME 20 CT®,.....*..#»3 TIMES 32 CTS. 6 TIMES 50 CT8.. 1 MONTH $1.00
18 WORDS 1 TIME 20 .CT8 3 TIMES 38 CTS 6 TIMES 65 CTS. 1 MONTH $1.50
24 WORDS 1 TIME 24 CTS .....3 TIMES 48 CTS. 6 TIMES 84 CTS .1 MONTH $2.00
30 WORDS 1 TIME 30 CTS 3 TIMES 60 CTS 6 TIMES $1.05 1 MONTH $2.50
The above rates are figured at tho rate of 1 cent per word for the first insertion and y* cent per word for
•acn consecutive insertion, addresses included. No ad taken for less than 20 cents for first Insertion. Do not
FIFTKEN-4KOOM new brick steam
heated hotel In good western North
Dakota town, for rent or sale. Will
trade for land. Write 200, care For
um. (12-tf)
MOVING picture show for sale. All
complete for |150 cash. Rent only
$12. uutttt new since March, 1914. Act
quick. Fine chance for right man.
Owner goes to Canada. Address P. O.
Box 248, Page, N. D. (2b-29)
GARAGE FOR SALE—Fully equipped
with welding plant. Only garage in
town of 700 inhabitants. Write for
particulars. Box ill, ,,%Viinbledon, N. 1.
$400 month. Two jobbers plenty
type, motor, etc. |2.5uo—$1,100 cash,
balance time. Reasons for selling. J.
O. Carter, Miles City, Mont. (14-40)
FOR SALE—Here is a nioney making
proposition for right party. Beauti
ful furniture of twenty-eight modern
rooms, best down ^own location in Far
go. Address Box "402, Moorhead, Minn.
WILL sell my stock of general mer
chandise and fixtures and rent build
ing. Stock will invoice about $4,500
fixtures, $800. New stock. Only two
stores In town. Lodge and dance hall
above store. Will give good deal for
all cash or will take half cash and good
security for balance. Addrees
FOR SALE—Well established and pay
able tailoring business in city and
drawing large trade from surrounding
territory of 200 miles. Reason for eell
ing, must change Climate. A snap
worth your investigating. Address Box
99, Aberdeen, S. D. (23-28)
SEALED bids ^ill be received by the
undersigned Trustees for Wm. M.
Thompson's Drug stock, merchandise
and fixtures at Mandan, North Dakota,
up to December 28th, 1914, at Twelve
noon at the First National Bank at
Mandan. North Dakota. Inventory may
be seen* at the First National Bank,
Mandan, or with Noyee Bros. & Cutler,
St. Paul, Minnesota. The trustees re
serve the right to reject any and a:
bids. Joseph B« Hess, Mandan, North
Dakota Frank H. Ewing, St. Pain.
Minnesota, Trusters. (25-3
FOR SALE—One "£L ML F." 80, goc
condition. Write 482 care Forum.
NEARLY new four-passenger Ford f
sale. Cheap. First class conditio
Write 218, care Forum. (17-4,
FOR SALE—Ford car, late model, ex
tra equipment. A bargain for iom
one. Box 173, care Forum. (4-t
1914 Paige 25-electric lighted and
started: two Overland touring car«
one E. M. F. 30 one Ford runabout 01-,
Maxwell runabout, Bulck 10. All the
care in good running order. Calkin.
Murphy Motor Co.
LOST—Last Friday between grd A\
and 5th Ave. on 9th St. 8., a bro*
linen fancy Work bag. Lined wiw
green silk. Containing fancy work,
partly finished. 343 9th Ave. S. Mi s
D. S. Lewis. (26-2'
LOT FOR SALE—Lot 13, block
Rowea addition. See Alson Brubak^"
ai Walker Bros. & Hardy office.
nurses and best cf care highest te#
tltnoxiials from doctors and pattern
Mrs. Jennie Camp, i»01 10th St. &. Fa
FOR RENT—Office rooms opposite
Grand theatre, Walker Bros. & Har
dy. (237-tf)
"Come Up on Deck and Die."
Gerald Stanley Lee in The Mouni
Tom Magazine: Three hundred milli"
men down in the holds of seven n
tions where they could not see f-v
themselves what was going on abo
them and ahead of them have be«-n
suddenly shouted to by a few men
deck to come up and die. They cani
up sincerely and are dying in goi
We would do the same ourselves.
But they would not have done it
they had not been down in dark hoi
and taken unawares under the nece
sity of acting before they had tic
to think for themselves.
So at last we are having, as on sons
huge world movie screen where ninety
nations watch, history's last look u
what war really is.
It is the essential nature of militar
ism that people shall be kept in hol-i
where they cannot see and that the
shall be ready to die when the order is
shouted down to them.
entice of Di&Kolutton of Fartnerslift*.
Notice is hereby given that co-par
ner«hip of Fred J. Elchhorn and Cat
erine Keohen, doing business under ti
firm name and style of the A. C. Gr
eery, at 1144 13t"n Street North, in th
City of Fargo, North Dakota, has be* i
dissolved this day by mutual consei
Mr. Eichhorn will continue the bue
ness as sole owner, will collect a!
debts due the former partnership aj.
discharge ite liabilities.
Dated at Fargo, N. P., Decemb
16th, iHit ,,
v v S i A v
The Fargo Forum prints more
classified ads than any other
paper in the State of North
'"••rted, you fall to send money with latter. All ord«ra reaching the ofltoa
WANTED—To buy or rent, pool
Write 1324 Front St., Fargo. (8-29)
FOR SALE—Good paying restaurant
business in Fargo. Write 215,
Forum. (17-43)
FOR SALE—Restaurant and confec
tionery. Sales 000 a year. For
terms, write 20$' Forum. (13-38)
68 234,
1 MONTH .50
Pretty Little Corsage
and Hair Ornaments
are used to make the sin­
gle roees and small bouquets that
It Is fashionable to wear at the
3er, over the coat or corsage. Single
roses are also made of silver or gold
tissues and small blossoms of these
materials are used
those of rib­
bon in the little bouquete. The single
metallic rose is as large as the largest
a&tural roses and is set In foliage.
Ribbon in a heavy quality something
over a inch in width is used for mak
ing roses. Pinks and reds as like the
natural flowers as possible are chosen.
Hair ornaments are made by wind
ing bonnet wire with satin ribbon In
Idngthe sufficient to extend twice
across the head from ear to ear. This
covered wire is doubled In the center
and caught together at the ends mak-,
lng a double band. Kt each end of this
band a ribbon roie Is set In rose
foliage. Ornaments of this kind make(
lovely gifts for young women.
For State .News Read The Forum.
yi. v «.,-•
The holidays bring lots of girls and
bovg home from school for the holidays
who must bp more or less entertained
(hiring the vacation, so any novel
games MI I
table for young folk around
school «ge is sure to be appreciated.
Since kissing games went out of
fashion girls tell me there are so few
ways of entertaining their friends out
side of dancing, and while any kind
of a party may end up with dancing
to give a dance Is a little pretentious.
So they have nothing to fall back upon
but childish games or card playing, and
neither keeps young people amused for
any length or time.
Old Soldier In Towi.
This is a very old English Christmas
game, and is not nearly as simple as
it seems to be. The players sit all
around the room.
One person comes around to eacli and
puts a number of questions which must
be answered without saying Mr. or
Mrs. White or Black, Yes or No. The
games begins something like this: An
old soldier has conje to town to see
what you have to give him. The an
swer may be "nothing" or "an old
coat". Is It worn at all? he asks. It
Is not, Is the reply. What color Is it?
»ray. A light gray? A very dark gray.
Are there any pockets In the coat?
Three. Only three? Three only. Well,
have you anything else? Nothing. Not
a single thing but the old coat? Not a
thing. Well, who lives in that house
over there? The Browns. Do they vis­|his
it you? Sometimes. Both Mr. and Mrs.
Brown. Usually. Have they any fam
ily? Two children. The house Is
painted white, is Is not? Well, I should
say a shade of ivory. I suppose you
are thinking I should be making my
way to the next door, do you not? I
do. 1 hope 1 have not given you tpo
Masculine Loyalty.
The fami. consists of two small
children and their devoted parent a,
and of the latter papa usually help«
the small boy to bed, mamma taking
care of the small girl. Occasionally,
however, something takes papa away
from home in the evening and mamma
dops double duty. After one such ex
perience young Philip confided to hla
father the true and deep-seated reason
why he preferred masculine assistance
In regard to saying his prayers.
"Mamma's all rifcht, of course, for a
lady," he generously conceded, "but
you see, father, God's a man, and
you're a man, and I'm going to be
man, so I suppose it's natural for na to
•tick together."
What's in a Name?
Apropos of names, the all-British
musicians who are now to make theii
fortunes might now and then be more
euphoniously or splendidly entitled
To the cognomen Butt we have be
come happily accustomed, and Clara
Butt la a household word. In the sam«
way perhaps we shall some day
equally familiar with Carrie Tubb—
which seems to suggest the sinceresl
flattery—but that lady might have be
gun with more consideration. Nor if
Marie Yelland—another Queen's hal
soloist—too fortunate a name.—Tin
For State News Head The Forum.
Oh You
Good Fellows
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 Thai! to Re
ceive. Give of Your Love to Some
Child This Christmas Bay.
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. &T
Won't You Be One to Volunteer to Care for One Uiiktf
Won't You hlmim to Do So Today?
Won't You Sped One Dollar to Make a Child Ilip?
Call up Santa Clans at the Forum office and leave your name and
give the number of children you will care fofv'
much trouble, have I? Not at all. Til#
player who gets caught during the so|i»
dler's vlBlt must pay a forfeit and It
out of the game. Of course different
questions will suggest themselves
any bright young mind that will al
mo«t force the players to break doi
in her answers. One gets caught quiet,
er than may be imagined. If you dou|
it just try the game once.
Have ready a large bow! of battW
for pancakes. Each boy is provided
with an apron and told to cook a cake.
His partner (a girl) may stand by arid
instruct him, but she must not take a
hand in the cooking at all.
.The couple making the best cake re
ceives a prize. Then there can be can
dy making such as chocolate or net
fudge, and when all the cakes are bale
ed the kitchen table Is set and tlM
guests eat the fruits of their labor,
with the addition of coffee, chocolate
or hot lemonade.
Hunting the Mapper.
In this game the table is set and the
guests are asked to sit down to It
though not even a sign of anything to
eat is visible. Then the hostess places
the end of a cord in the hand of eactl
guest, who is told to go and hunt for
supper. The cord is wound up un
til the other end is reached, when a
dish of something edible is reve ileid,
1 It may be fruit, sandwiches, cake, cat*
dy, or what not.
All the dishes are brought to the t*»
ble, when the supper begins. Tfce
winding and unwinding of the twisted
cord makes lots of fun.
If 8uch Play Upon Words Ever la Per
ifclstlble, These Two May Be
Tt Is said that a respectable trades*
man of the name of O. Sharp was ai
tonished one morning to And that
some musical wag had added to htflf
name the words "is a flat." whiclfc'
however correct In a musical sensit
was certainly far from complimentary,
to the worthy tradesman.
There i« another Instance in whic&j
a capital musical pun was perpetrated,
equally correct in a technical sense
and equally uncomplimentary to the
person at whose expense It was made.
Two gentlemen were passing the shop
of a music seller in the southea8t di*
trict of the metropolis, and the pr®»
prietor was standing outside the door.'
As they did so, one of them pointed
in the dlreetion of the shop, and re*
"That liar is always outside!"
The unofTending tradesman heaft
the remark, and wonderful to relatMb
seemed immensely tickled at the ob
servation. The secret of it was that
he thought the remark had referenda
to his sign—a golden lyre—over tilt
Bhop-front.—London Tit-Bits.
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To make kitchen games a success the
"kumpany" should consist of eight tft
ten girls and boys who are all int|»
mately acquainted. n
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