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1 'i ~n A •'V ,v sS ",w^ r4 i v If it! i v •v# 'J*? t.-i? v v .When you buy neck wear, go to a store •which handles standard lines of goods. We sell no other in this store. It is commonly ac knowledged the country over that the store which sells Hart Schaffaer & Marx clothes leads in all its lines of merchandise. Come in here next time you want some thing to wear big or small, you'll get the best merchandise in each line that's made you 11 get the best at any price you want to .pay. 1 know something about business and business rules before you i=tart. ou must learn before yon can earn. Aak •r*s Business ColW-gc offers an excell ent opportunity to learn more, which wli| s'art vmi earnine more.—Advt. HOME GROWN SEED CORN Acclimated Northwestern Dent and Bloody Buteher, picked In September, carefully selected and kiln dried. A. *. test 99 P^r cent. Price #2.50 per bushel. Sacks extra 25 cents. Samples sent on ren»*«t. H. H. Pence, Maple ton, N. D.—Advt. Rent UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER If» a sound investment—cer tain to increase your Income. "Tit MarkHr Van Will Eva tually Bny" Underwood Typewriter Co. 625 First Avenue North. It Kl»n Mil) tlOUSt s GpfgnigbtHait Sduffner 4Uart J. F. Holmes & Co. The home of Hart Schaffner St Marx good clothes. 100-102 BROADWAY FARGO.1 W. Di SUCCESS ly the natunil effect of well directed efforts. Right training counts most of aril. Don't imagine that you can bo a big MUCCPHS in the world unless you Cau Ma»tU«crared by rAROO CORN ICR A ornaHBWT OOm Hay, feed & Wood At reasonable prices. C. E. Oleson's Hay & Feed Store, 109 6th street No. Phone 3086. IRION'S TAXICAB SERVICE CLOSED CABS Rates not to exceed 15 blocks. One passenger... ...... .50c Two passengers 75c Three or four passengers $1.00 Phone 227. All Hours. A nice lot of fresh dressed turkey's, lb. 2Zc Spring chicken's for roasting 20 Nice lot of hens for stewing .19c Try a s i o o u o w n s u a u e a o n 2 0 Our own sugar cured whole hams, lb. .20 EGBERT'S MARKET 105 Bdwy Phone 591-592 Quality and Service g?» v DECLAMATORY CONTEST FEB. 5 TWENTIETH ANNUAL CONTEST OF THE AGRICULTURAL COL LEGE SIX STUDENTS WILL PARTICIPATE IN THE BIG YEAR LY EVENT IN ARMORY. The twentieth annual college decla matory contest of the North Dakota agricultural college will be held in the college armory on Friday evening, Feb. 5. Six students—Katherine Ladd, Dor othy Price, Gunhild Gilbertson, Rlzpah 1-^dd, Katherine Keye and J. Lee Mc C'onnell will participate. They are all working hard and faithfully and will doubtless furnish an evening's enter tainment well worth attending. No admission fee will be charged. Th.e Jirmorv will be decorated especially for the occasion. A sixty piece band and 1 1 forty voices will furnish the music. In i Bijou for this evening and tomor short, no pains will be spared to make the or.ntest this year one long to be re membered. The winners of the con test up-to-date have been as follows: 1896—Ida May Bottenfield 1897— Angie Gibson 1898—F. (J. Henn 1899— Jesse E. Taylor: 1900—Kdith Hill 1901 -Thomas Osgood 1902 -Thomas Os good: 1903—Neva Stephens 1904 Mary Darrow 1905—Ixjuva Stephens 1906—Jaredine Thompson 1907—Peter J. Olson 1908—Peter .1. Olson 1909— Allen Clark 1910—Philip Meighen 1911—Ella Heidner 1912—Clara Lar son 1913—George Manlkowske and Katherine Ladd, tie 1914—Gunhild Oilbertson. POLYTECHS TO MEET WEDNESDAY NEXT 8E8SION OF THft NORTH DAKOTA POLYTECHNIC WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY EVEN 1NG—PAPER BY A. D. WEEKS ON REASONING REACTION. Fastest growing store Ricker's.—Advt. Just Received! ami Successful Business. We have adopted this standard, and take great pleasure in proving it by our workv If you are in doubt, you will &ive us a trial order. If you*are convinced, jpu will give us more. Just call up 53—We'll Send a Man. THE FARGO PUBLISHING COMPANY 515 2nd Ave N. Successor to Lokensgard Printing Co. Fargo, N. D. ,"-!h z* v i a •, v, 1 0 E A O O U A N A I Y E U I A N I A Y E V E N I N A N U A Y 1 9 1 5 PROVINCIAL OFFICER OF THE Colonel Stephen Marshall, provincial officer of the Northern province of the Salvation Army will be in Fargo on Saturday night and Sunday and will CaI. Stephen Marshall. speak to the people of this city. He will be accompanied by Ensign and Mrs. McMillan and will be assisted by Captain and Mrs. Buyer and the local staff and corps. Colonel Marshall Is a popular speak er and is not unknown to Fargoans, having been here some time ago at a big meeting of the local army organ ization. He will be chairman of the sacred concert to be given Saturday night when the local corps brass band and string band will make their first public appearance. An admission of 25 cents will be charged for the concert, the proceeds to be used for the local winter's re lief work. Sunday will be a red letter day in the Salvation Army circles and the people of the city should hear Colottel Marshall speak. Wanted to buy men's worn-gar ments. Phone 2383-J.—AdvL BIJOU SHOWING H.B. WARNER NOW The Ghost Breakers with K. B. War ner in the title role is the attraction at row. This is a very strong picture and it created a sensation as a play in New York with Mr. Warner in the title role and is now taking the picture world by storm. The picture is full of striking scenes and beautiful pictures. The cast is one of the strongest it was possible to assemble and no expense was spar ed in preparing the pictures for the moving picture screer. The admission is but 10c.—Adv. Typewriters—All makes, tor sale or rent, Underwoods, L. C. Smith, Rem ington, Oliver, Corona. Fullerton Typewriter Exchange, Phone 2S9.— A4vU HARDY OFF FOR CAPITAL Secretary of Commercial Club Left for Washington Meeting of Cham ber of Commerces Sec. J. P. Hardy of the FM»*o mercial club left today for Washington, D. C., where he will attend a meeting of the United States chamber of com merce, which will be held there next week. Mr. Hardy will go to Chicago first, and there spend a day visiting with Mrs. Hardy's father, after which he next meeting of the'North will continue his journey to the na kota Polytechnic society will be held in tional capital. the engineering building of the agri- The meeting of tlte chamber of com rultural college on Wednesday even- mercc, of which body the Ffcrgo Com ing. mercial club is a member, is expected The subject of discussion at this to prove one of the most interesting session will be-Reasoning Reaction. It and significant of any that has been will be presented by Prof. A. t). Weeks. held in years. The chances for Am and the discussion will be opened byjerican foreign commerce, offered by Prof. A. P. Hollis. (conditions imposed by the European As usual the meetings of the society war, will be one of the principal topics will be open to the public as well asjof discussion. President Wilson is ex to the members of the society. pected to speak before the meeting. rargo, CRYING FOR HELP Lots «f'It-in Fargo But Daily Grow Ing Less. The kidneys often cry for help.- Not another organ in the wnole body more delicately constructed Not one more important to health. The kidneys are the filters of the blood. Wlhen they fall the blood becomes foul and poisonous. There can be no. health where there is poisoned blood. Backache is one of the frequent in dications of kidney trouble. It ia of ten, the kidneys' cry for help. Heed it. Read what Doian's Kidney Pills have done for overworked kidneys. Read what Doan's have done for Fargo people. Mrs. P. N. Barnes, 318 Third Ave. N., Fargo, says: "It is nearly ten years since I first began having kid ney trouble. For four years I suffer ed from it and then used Doan's Kid ney Pills. They did me so much good that I publicly recommended them. I think as highly of Doan's Kidney Pills now as ever. They are a ftne remedy." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Barnes had. Foster-Milburn Co., props., Buffalo. N. Y.—Advt. Is what the Romans in olden times considered the best standard for a Sound 5^ 4 ^kZ'k y 5V COLONEL STEPHEN 'ROBINSON TALKED MARSHALL COMM10 F. C. STUDENTS NORTHERN PROVINCE OF THE SALVATION ARMY WILL BE AT 8ALVATION ARMY BUILDING HERE SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY. 1 jpv s DEAN OF FARGO COLLEGE AD DRESSED STUDENTS AT COL LEGE "Y* MEETING LAST NIGHT —WHAT THE COLLEGE EX PICTS OF ITS GRADUATES. Dean R. p. Robinson spoke last night to the Fargo college "Y" meet ing on What Fargo College Expects of Its Graduates. Prof. F. J. Sucher of the Fargo Conservatory sang Our King and Joseph Sandle gave a piano solo. "The boys of Athens when they wero to be citizens were given a spear and a shield by the government and were required to take the Ephebie oath." said the speaker. "In this they pledged themselves never to disgrace their arms or their comrades, to re spect the religion of their fathers, to resist forces which tended to subvert the institutions of their land, to obey the laws, to defend their country against enemies and, so to live that it should be better for'their lives. "Fargo college expects as much, and has a right to expect, from Its graduates. Few people now fully live up to such an oath. By your educa tion you should have power to be bet ter, more loyal citizens. "The college has given you a chance to get an education as Athens gave to her youth weapons. Criticisms of col lege students are that they are con ceited, lax in habits and incompetent. When these charges -are made justly, such are disgracing their education. College should give a man at least practical Ideas and an Imagination. to discover new methods for getting new results. Of college graduates in busi ness, 95 per cent are in executive po sitions. The Western Electric Co. ia sending to the senior classes of the colleges to find men to come in and learn the business. They can do it successfully if their foundation of learning has been well built in college. "The Athenian who took the Ephebie oath was expected to leave his coun try better for his living. Fargo col lege graduates are doing that. Talbot and Haggart at Tower Cttv and Stella Buchanan are doing good work for the young people. "In regard to respect for the laws, colleges are some times accused of being rough house foundaries. This is not right. I know men who have used their knowledge of economics to fix deals in bonds and are now behind the bars. College people should lead In respect and enforcement of the law. They must fight in the liquor ques tion, take sides uncompromisingly against it and help in campaigns such as are now In Moorhead. This is no joking matter and cannot be cured by ignoring it. "Lastly students should kfcfrP their respect for religion and should be ac tive In church as well as In civic life. It is the duty of college leaders to get into politics and express themselves fully." ______ Save car fare by shopping at Kick er's.—Advt,, UNUSUAL DEMAND HADE ON MISSION COLD WEATHER HA8 CAUSED RUSH ON RELIEF WORK THAT HA8 BEEN CARRIED ON AND APPLICANTS HAVE BEEN NEAR LY DOUBLE IN LA«T TWO DAY8. An unusual demand is being made on the relief work that is being done by Glad Tidings mission, due without doubt to the severely cold weather. Supt. O. E. Me Cracken said this afternoon that yesterday and today the demand was almost twice what it has been in the past and as a result the amount of supplies used is almost doubled. He wishes The Forum to call the attention of the good people of Fargo and Moorhead to this fact and ft impress upon their minds that if there is anything to be done it should be done at once. It is an im mediate demand that requires care be taken of these people during the cold weather. Superintendent McCracken Is de lighted with the way the people of the two cities have responded to his S. O. S. for assistance. From the pub lication of the fact that the mission needed clothing for its wards Super intendent McCracken said this after noon that lie had 55 places from which to gather clothins this afternoon. He also appreciates what the lodges have been doing for his work at the mission. I^ast night Mecca chapter of the Eastern Star voted a nice sum for the relief work being done ut the mission. The head of the mission, however, states that he is feeing swamped by the demands made upon the institu tion during the coW weather and do sires that this fact stand foremost in the minds of the/good people Of th« two ctiies. LADIES' NIGHT AT Y. M. C. A. NEW FEATURE INSTALLED BY SOCIAL COMMITTEE AT THE Y. M. C. A. IS PROVING POPULAR- NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT WILL BE LADfE8' NIGHT—ALL ARE IN* V1TED. Ladies* night at the Y M. *C. A. il the latest move of tho Y. social com mittee, und on Saturday evening be ginning at 7:30 o'clock the Y. M. C. A. boys' orchestra will render a musical entertainment in the association lobby. Beginning at the same hour and last ing until 10 o'clock, eight teams com posed of fifty different players will oc/mpcte in the Indian basketball lea gue on the gymnasium floor. These are called Saturday night "pops" 01 popular Saturday nights. Last Saturday night the Case quar tet was the chief attraction at which time a number of young men were told to bring their lady friends out to fcpend the evening at the men's asso ciation. The public to these events if Invited and no admission is charged. The arvcial committee also calls th attention of the public to the drill per iods by music on Tuesday and FridayY at 7:15 o'clock and on the same even ing at 8:30 o'clock and alsn on Mon day's and Thursday at 8:15 o'clock. Ii is a real circus to see the big classes go through their drills by march tim and the gallery is always filled witli spectators at these half hour periods The citizens of Fargo, mothers, sweet hearts and friends arc especially invit ed to visit the building at this timn and see this work. Attend the hour sale* SaturdAy.-^-A-dv^,, „, V A «t Black' ii11mjj.iii jj_.II jii jj ...i '?-x$ y v i v A SEE!) LISTS ARE 1 PREPARATION FORCE OF PURE SEED LABRA TORY AT A. C. IS BUSY PREPAR ING ANNUAL SEED LISTS SHOWING NAME AND ADDRESS OF TH08E HAVING SEED FOR SALE. Prof. H. L. Bolley of the agricultur al college and secretary and treasurer of the North Dakota Improved Seed Growers' association, has his force busy making out the lists of improved aeeds and the names of their growers. Dean Bolley said: "The pure seed labratory under the direction of the seed commissioner is now preparing the annual seed lists which are prepared at this time of the year, under the directions of the pure .seed law to be sent to tiny applicant who wishes to' buy good seed. These lists are prepared to show the name and address of all those persons in the state who have had their seeds tested and examined carefully by the pure seed experts at the labratory, and also nhow the amount in the possession of the grower or holder of the seeds. Lists also state whether it is certified seed or of any particular or special variety. The lists are usually made out under the name of the particular variety. "Farmers, growers and seedsmen therefore who have standard seeds of any kind, "pedigreed^ or "improved" .r.T just common bulk seed of high class, Hhould, as soon as possible, send in sample? which are representative sam ples of the seeds which they have for sale that they may be tested and in cluded in these lists. All those farmers who are listed also as soon as they have sold out. their seeds slkCuld notify the state seed commissioner of such fact so that their names may be re moved from the lists to avoid further correspondence. "AH who wish to buy should notify the state 'seed commissioner, stilting particularly the kinds at seeds which Ihey are most interested in. This ap plies to citizens in North Dakota, whe ther growers or seedsmen." 1 N I A RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT. Thousands of wives, mothers and sisters, are enthusiastic In their praise of ORK1NE, because it has cured their loved ones ol the "Drink Habit" and thereby brought happluess to their homes. Can be given secretly. ORKINB costs only $1.(0 per box Ask for Frpe Booklet. Foot & 1'or terfleld, 61 Broadway, Fargo. Phone 2981 JJJ t»*w ?, i tound Steak .• Sirloin Steak 180 I'prterhousc Steak...«»-20c Pork Loins, half or whole Pork Shoulders, whole Jl. L* L*. Pure Pork Sausage J. ...-. llo Mutton Legs, 4 to 6 lbs liver. COME EARLY. -am Doodlc iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiii .".uv PHONE 2981. 202 Front SV v.- kt ,- .' -*, -f -i ,• Discount of fhisis an exceptional opportunity for you to purchase a good Desk at a decided saving. Come now, while the stock is complete. 25 Per Cent Discount Olsen Furniture Co. WITH HERBST DEPT. STORE. Manager Johnson of the big Herbst .department store phoned Dakota Bus iness College for additional office help this morning and a pupil was sent to the situation. L.oc k over the list and you will see that practically all the best concerns are employing D. B. C. trained help—that tells the story—pub licity. Messenger Service Phone 147-11 Broadway C. F. LEONARD. Mgr. Quick and Reliable Service If it's Jewelry w have it. If it's brok en Jewelry we fix i1. Crescent Jewelry Co. C. E. Bruce O. H. Bruce I. Horwitz Moorhead House of 7 rooms, brick cellar, cistern, gas, nicely decorated, good barn, porch, fine trees, cement walks, good location. Will sell on very easy terms, als*/ on sider a vacant lot as part purchaso price or smaller house. Bargain at only. $3150.00 J. Lane No. S60Q. Phone 325 iPor Dray or Express Wns in quick, responsible service. FARGO BAGGAQE & TRANSFER CO. J. P. Coleman, Prop, 122 Robert St b: All Cut From Choioe Beef. We Make a Specialty of Selling Pork lOl/20 Only a few at this price. .w We Have Mutton Also Our hams which were delayed in shipment will be here for Saturday and thev must all move before Monday to make room for more. Price will be 16c by the whole ham. Picnic hams at 12%c. Bemember we sell for Cash Only. Bug lik-k A/ ..... *SP if- w -v n r' Of Roll Top We have a large stock of Office Desks on hand* In order to dispose of them iii aediately, we will offer them for quick sale aW '^"•4^'7 VfVr-v^ jt S 1-4 01f Dewelfip'ng PHntlng At Joweet prices, best work and prompt aerrice, writ* us for price list. W* want your m*1] orders and guarantee eat lafactton. FARGO DRUG CO. 80S Front St., Faffiro, for Sale •A brand new 6-room house with full basement, furnace, sewer, water, bath, gas, electric lights, maple floors, and mission finish a beautiful little home. Fine lo cation on north side, nejy schools and car line. i *v."... -i 1 v v T~! V 213-515 firo'iry FARGO N. *D. NEW TERM AT D. B. C. New pupils are already arriving for the February school. Those who wish' to prepare for fall positions should en ter soon—It pays to' be ready when tho position is open—it is too late after wards. A short visit will convince any one of D. B. C. superiority—publicity. Typewriters Underwoods: No. 4, $35 or 5 $40. Easy Terms—Cheaper than Renting Fullerton Typewriter Exchange. PHONE 289. Registered Pure Bred Hilstein-fresian Bulls For sale, this month fp only JB4 George S. Barnes Qyndon, Minn,. (Owner of one of ttuft lprgtst herds in the state.) KODAKS $3400 side, nejy schools Price only Sec me about this* Fred J. Krogh Office 720 Front St. Phcr-e 94, Money to Loan. Phone Best Pot Roast 12V2c Best Rib Soil...... .....,- 8c Bib Roast Standing X: Small—Fresh—Leai. Pork Chops Pure Hamburger ............ 11c Mutton Chops, any cut J2%c Mutton Stew This Mutton is young and not too fat. Wq V' .8c also de Market Fargo, N. D. •1'