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The last shipment of Gingham Remnants just re
ceived. These will be placed on sale Saturday Morning at Mrs. H. Stromme was a Hannaford visitor in JPargo yesterday. F. T. Rice was a Tower City Visi tor in Fargo last night. Atty. S. G. Skulason of Lakota was A professional visitor at the Waldorf last night. M. D. Clark of L&rimofe was a Grand Forks county visitor in the city yesterday. Clarence Tvete of LaMoure was among the southwestern line visitors in the city yesterday. J. N. Johnson represented Spirit wood in the city last night. He made bis headquarters at the Prescott. Azel Peterson and Alfred Otter son. both of Esmond, were among the up state guests at the Dacotah yesterday. The western part of the state was represented in Fargo yesterday and last night by T, E. Lahart of Dickin son. Abe Falchinsky of Regan was a northwest business visitor in the city last night. He was among the Fargo visitors registered at the Annex. P. Peterson and Marguerite Peder son. both of Hlckson, appeared before the clerk of court yesterdav and ob tained a license to get married. F. O. Hellstrom of Bismarck arriv ed in Fargo last night for a short bus iness visit. He headquartered at his pld stand, the Gardner. Woods was represented In the gate city last evening by D. Jurrians, who was among the out-of-town visitors who headquartered at the Prescott. E. J. Boore,. grand recorder of the lA. O. U. W. left Wednesday afternoon for Wheeling, W. Va„ to attend the session of the supreme lodge which convenes at that place on March 1. Mr. Moore will be away for about three weeks. Lead pencil manufacture in the United States is consuming 73,000,000 feet of lumber annually, of which about one-half is estimated to be wasted in sharpening with a knife or throwing away short ends. This could be prevented by installing one of the many makes of pencil sharpeners we pell. Walker Bros. & Hardy.—Advt. I 10 Gingham Remnants -..site Per Yard Madras Remnants. 7ty2c Outing Remnants. 7%c Per Yard These are all choice patterns, and values that you seldom find on any remnant counter. Boy's Wool Blouses. 39c You Can Always do Better at The Golden Rule 83 Busy Stores 228 BROADWAY FARGO, N. D. MAY MANTON PATTERNS KM mem Herbst's for hosiery.—Advt. School supply department added at Rlcker's.—Advt. CITY IN BRIEF 1 I077l&f2 o'Clock Per Yard Shop at Rlcker's.—-Advt. Jake Beaver was a guest at the El liott last night. Try one of our 50-cent rooms. Hotel Tweeden.—Advt. F. W. Halaas of Christine registered at the Blliott last evening. J. E. Kringler of Buffalo was among the visitors at the Annex last night. W. W. Krueger was among the Wheatland visitors in the city yester day. F. W. Kardell of Harvev was a Wells county visitor in Fargo yesterday and last night. A. Stengel of Underwood was among the guests registered at the Prescott last right. Lit oon was represented In Fargo last night by E. W. Hayes, who arriv ed on the Southwestern. Alfred, Noyes of Fingal greeted his Fargo riends last night and head quartered at the Annex. W. J. Robinson of Wahpeton regis tered in at the Waldorf upon liis ar rival in the city last evening. C. E. Niies, one of the big farmers near Woodworth, was a Fargo business arrival last evening and headquarter ed at the Prescott. John M. Olson was a Litchville busi ness arrival in Fargo last night. He headquartered at the Elliott and re turned home this morning. Rev. Chas. A. MacNamara will con duct the business at the quarterly eoniercnce of the Broadway Methodist church Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock. From Mrs. S. T. Richmond, Providence, R. I. PROVIDENCE, Abraham Rottenberg appeared before Clerk of Court Gearey yesterday and declared his intention of becoming a citizen of the United States. He gave his residence as Fargo. ,T. P. Samels, cashier of Martin State bank and head of the Samels Lumber Co.. also of Martin, has been one of the interested visitors at the Lumbermen's contention which closed its sessions last night. He has head quartered at the Waldorf, S. A. Swanson, a local auctioneer, departed this morning for Heels, S. D.. where he will conduct a big Im plement sale on Saturday. Mr. Swan son is known all over the northwest Is u passible mere is a woman in this country who con tinues to suffer without giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound a trial after all the evidence that is con tinually being published, which proves beyond contradic tion that this grand old medicine has relieved more suffer ing among women than any other one medicine in the world We have published in the newspapers of the United States more genuine testimonial letters than have ever been pub lished in the interest of any other medicine for women— and every year we publish many new testimonials, all gen uine and true. Here are three never before published R. I.—" For the benefit of women who suffer as I have done I wish to state what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me. I did some heavy lifting and the doctor said ifc caused a displacement. I have always been weak and I overworked after my baby was born and inflammation set in, then nervous pros tration, from which I did not recover until I had taken Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. The Compound is my best friend and when I hear of a woman with troubles like mine Itry to induce her to take your medicine."—Mrs. S. T. KICHMOND, 84 Progress Avenue, Providence, RJ From Mrs. Maria Irtvin, Peru, N.Y. PERU, took it."—Mrs. N.Y.—" Before I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound I was very irregular and had much pain. I had lost three children, and felt worn out all the time. This splendid medicin© helped me as nothing else had done, and I am thankful every day that MARIA IRWIN, R.F.D. 1, Peru, N.Y. from Mrs. Jane D. Duncan, W. Quincy, Mass. SOUTH QUINCY, MASS.—'•The doctor said that I I and he doctored me for a long time and I did not get any relief. saw Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ad vertised and I tried it and found relief before I had finished the first bottle. continued taking it all through middle life and am now a strong, healthy •woman and earn my own living."— Mrs. JANE D. DUNCAN, Forest Avenue, West Quincy, Mass. Write to LYMA E. PINK HAM MEDICINE CO. (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., ^our letter will be opened, read and uuswec^d by a woman and held in strict conftdeaqq, had organic trouble i'or ad vice. I y, No remedy gives greater relief than Anti-kamnia (A-K) Tablets in all condi tions generally known as "Women'dl Aches and Ills." One trial will satisfy any woman that she has at last foundl the remedy ab« has so long been kok ing for. Indigestion—Dyspepsia An* ym disircsfied a?t.rr oaiine7 1)0 yon have nausea when riding in tne cart or on the train or boat? Take A-K Tab* lets and get instant relief, Genuine A'K Tablets bear the A(j monogram* At all Druggists. is an auctioneer a"d will conduct several sales in South Dakota before returning to the city next week. S. Oleson came to Fargo from Ln verne last night. W. B. Smith of Hamar is a Fargo business visitor today. Carl C. Emery was a Gardner visit or in Fargo yesterday. R. C. Stack of Cooperstown was at the Metropole last night. W. G. Parker of Devils Lake was a Fargo visitor last evening. E. T. Halaas represented Carrington in the gate city last evening. J. G. Harvey of Grand Forks regis tered at the Powers yesterday. John Bye of Hickson was among the guests at the New Viking yesterday. B. R. Gray was a Tower City citi zen registered at the Webster yester day. George I^ockwood of Hope was in Fargo last night while enroute to his home. c. Hilliboe of Park River was an -.instate guest at the Gardner last night, J. C. Brook and wife of New Salem were western guests at the Webster last night. Mr. and Mrs. H. Radcliffe of Ford ville were upstate guests at the Powers last evening. E. O. Lindstrotn of Hamar made the Powers his headquarters while in Far go yesterday. J. O. Swenson of Fergus Falls num bered the acress-the-river visitors in Fargo yesterday. F. H. Larson of Jamestown repre sented Stutsman county in the gate city last evening. K. K. Haugen* of Portland was among the Traill county business visit ors here yesterday. Thoma3 Casey was a Litchville ar rival in Fargo last night and regis tered at the Gardner. A. P. Marshall of Absaraka report ed in Fargo last night and headquar tered at the Metropole. Gust Stenshand and wife of Max were among the McLean county visi tors at the Gardner yesterday. A. Stjeheim and Edwin Tronson, both of Hatton, were Traill county citi zens at the New Viking last night. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Houg of Hills boro were prominent Traill county guests at the Gardner last evening. Henry Leum of Mnyville was a Trail! county farmer in the city yesterdaj and last night. He made the Powers his headquarters. John O. Gaare numbered the Minne sota visitors in Fargo last night. He registered at the New Viking and gave his home as Perley. C. W. Hillerson and wife and W. E. Shellman made up a trio of Surrey line arrivals in the city last night. They registered from Lnverne and head quartered at the New Viking. Mrs. Holderman has returned fit»m hor buying trip and will soon be snow ing her new selections of exclusive hats. She made extensive purchases in the best markets and will have a fine line to exhibit. A few minor civil cases occupied the attention of the officials In police court this morning. Previous to those cases, that of a colored pair taken in tow last night on the charge of resorting to rooms, was disposed of, the man getting sixteen days in jail and the woman being released. Clifford, the six months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sorenson of Per ley. Minn., died early this morning at a local hospital after a lingering illness from obstruction of the bowels The remains of the little one will be taken to Perley tomorrow morning and the funeral will take place on Sunday. Undertaker B. F. Wasem is preparing the remains for shipment DEMAND FOR THE FARGO BOOKLETS WILL HOLBINE, SECRETARY OF THE N. D. BUILDING AT PANA A -P A I I E O S I I O N WRITES J. P. HARDY TO SEND •IQ BUNCH OP BOOKS ON CITY. That the people visiting the North Dakota building at the Panama-Paci fic exposition at San Francisco are greatly interested in the northwest and especially North Dakota and more especially Fargo, is demonstrated by the fact that Will Holbein, in charge of the state's building at the fair, ha:, sent. Sec. J. P. Hardy of the Fargr Commercial club a rush order for an other large consignment of the Fargo booklets. "Send me at once another batch of Fargo booklets," reads the S. O. S. order. Those sent are almost gone and will need more and don't be stingy with them." The booklets are discriptive of Far* go, telling of its resources and giv ing all information people contemplat ing a change of location would be in terested in. According to Mr. Holbein's com munication to Secretary Hardy the books are going like wildfire. He says that the visitors are showing e, great interest in the North Dakota build ing and in the literature that is be ing sent out from various parts of the state. This is an evidence that people have heard of the state favor ably, have become interested and want to know more about It. They should be encouraged In their search for information. MRS. ANDERSON IS DEAD Aged Woman Passed Away at Home of Her Daughter on North Side Yesterday—Interment at Horace. Mrs. Karen Anderson, aged 58 years, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Johnson, at 923 Elev enth street north. The old lady had been in failing health fqr some time and death came as a result of old age The remains were taken to Horace last night, where the funeral and in terment will be tomorrow. She was one of the pioneer residents of that section. Funeral arrangements are in the hands of Undertakers Gaard & Moore. .THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 26, 1915. When Worn*. Suffer |ND CONVENTION WITH BIG FEED NORTH DAKOTA RETAIL LUMBER DEALERS ENJOY BOUNTIFUL FEAST A8 GUESTS OF TRAVEL ING MEN AS CL03ING FEATURE OF BIG ANNUAL CONVENTION. An event that will long be remem bered by the lumber dealers of North Dakota took place at the Waldorf hotel last night when the host of member* of the North Dakota Retail Lumber Dealers' association, who have been in the city attending the annual conven- Banquets of this sort are an annual occurance at the lumbermen's con vention: but there was probably never a time when the traveling men. makinje this territory, made such a success of the affair. The dealers in latbs and 2x 4's left Fargo feeling that they had been splendidly treated and they ha-: many a compliment for the way the traveling men pulled off the stunt last night, under the supervision of Messn Keller and Boyd of the Waldorf. Over 175 covers were laid and there was not only an abundance to eat ami smoke but there was also a good lin of talks of a laugh provoking nature t( assist digestion. There was no ee program but under the able toast master, Percy L. E. Goodwin, the bes! In the banqueters was called forth foi the edification of the banqueters. Rs sponses to toasts were made by Mayo H. F. Emery, Sec, J. P. Hardy of th» commercial club, ex-Pres. C. F. Pot I ter and the newly elected incumben of the association, Pres. N. P. Rectf and others. A rip-saw quartet, gathered from th banqueters, furnished some really goo music and responded to encores whiiel the evening was closed by a sparring bout between two lumber dealers that was most entertaining and was an evi dence that if all the dealers are of the same makeup they are well able to take care of themselves. The menu, which was printed on manufacturer's board and made a neat souvenir, was as follows: Blue Point Cocktail Olives Salted Almonds Celery Mock Turtle, Clear Fried Milk-Fed Chicken Maryland Candled Sweet Potatoes S'.fted Peas Parker House Rolls Roman Punch Fruit Salad Neapolitan Ice Cream Assorted Cake McLaren Cheese Toasted Crackers Mints Coffee Cigars A LECTURE ON ALASKA Judge A. B. Guptil Will Give Interest ing Illustrated Talk at Congre gational Church 8unday. A feelure that should prove most interesting will be given at the 5 o'clock service at the First Congrega tional church Sundav afternoon, when Judge A. B. Guptil of this ctty will give an illustrated talk on Alaska. This will be a travel talk and will cover about 5,000 miles travel through the great territory to the north. Judge Guptil spent five years In Alaska and will give some first hand information concerning the country that should be most instructive. There will be 130 stereopticon slides used In the illustration of his talk that were taken during his stay in the north land. Dr. L. T. Guild will fill the pulpit at the First Congregational church Sunday morning for Dr. R. A. Beard, who has been confined to his home with sickness. Dr. Beard was out this morning for the first time, but is still very weak. His host of friends will be glad to know that he has so far re covered. MRS. NORTON RETURNS DeLendreoies Ready-to-Wear Buyer is Again in Fargo Secured Many New Garments for the Women of this Section of the State. Mrs. Norton, the manageress of the ready-to-wear department of deLen drecies, arrived in the city this morn ing after about four weeks spent in th© markets of New York, Philadel phia and other eastern cities. A large number of her purchases have already arrived and she was busily engaged today arranging them for their first showing which will soon be announc ed. Mrs. Norton says that the condi tion of the markets was such that sho was able to secure one of the best lines she has ever purchased and she is enthusiastic over the outlook for a big year. The color of the new gar ments are beautiful and the styles are such that a woman can be stylish no matter what her figure is. The larger skirts give new and graceful lines that will enhance every woman and the spring and summer of this year gives promise of bringing out the most stylish costumes of a half a century. HEARTS IttlAIED Ifttt bj. the Great Heart and Dropsy Specialist, Frank lin Miles, M. D., LL. B. A New and Remarkable $2.50 Special Treatment Free as a Trial. During the last few years very great Improvement has been made in the treatment of different kinds of heart disease. Many cases formerly consid ered incurable are now relieved in a day and often cured. This liberal offer is for the purpose of demonstrating the great superi^Tity of hts new system of Treatments for heart troubles, such as short breath, pain in the side, oppression, irregular pulse, palpitation, smothering spells, puffing of ankles or dropsy. They are the result of thirty years of careful study, extensive research, and remarkable experience in treating weak, dilated, hypertrophied, fatty or neuralgic hearts. Each one requires different treatment. The treatments are carefully prepar ed for each patient, as regards their age, weight, and sta^e of disease. All afflicted persons should avail them selves of this liberal offer. No death comes more unexpectedly than that from heart disease. Send for List of Remarkable Cares. County Treasurer Cyrus Harper of Zellenople, Pa., wan cured after three physicians failed Mrs. Anna L. Smith, Elizabeth, Ind., after 3 failed Mrs. Mollie Price, Tennllle, Ga., after 6 fail ed Mr. L. M. Slmomn«, Lamb, 111., after 3 failed Mrs. Emma Bcheier, Maixt*. Kans., after 3 failed. Mr. I* A. Prout, Auburn, Me., after 6 failed. Mrs. J. K. Lcng, Jesup, Ga., after 6 failed. Many cured after from five to fifteen physi cians had pronounced them "incurable". Send to Dr. Franklin Miles. Dept. HM., 1320 to 1330 Main St., Elkhart, Ind., for Book and Free Trial Treat ment before it i*.too lat*. Glove 1 tion, were entertained at a big banquet i by the traveling representatives of th« lumber houses. THE WEATHER FAIR. TEMPERATURE STATIONS— Bismarck .. ... Calgary ... ... Devils Lake ... Edmonton .. Havre ... ..... Huron Medicine Hat ., Moorhead ... uu 'Appelle St. Paul Williston ... Winnipeg .. .. Chicago ... .. Kansas City .. Omaha ..... St. Louis a O Nj -f "J a 1 ft* »s Z -i I 14 -8 -4 24 22 IS 12 18 28 IS 30 22 30 22 SB 32 44 36 38 6 2 -18 10 16 8 0 4 4 24 10 8 14 10 18 6 22 28 32 32 .04 -4 -6 -6 0 !io -10 2 8 I 0 H. It. GRASSK, Special Observer. GOOD BILL AT THE ORPHECM CRACK 8QUAD FROM THE A. C. CADET CORPS IS CERTAINLY ATTRACTIVE FEATURE—OTHER NUMBER8 OF PROGRAM ARE GOOD, ESPECIALLY LORD ROBERTS." -LITTLE An excellent bill is on at the Orpheum for the last half of the week. There is not an act on the bill but which is brim full of high class enter tainment. No two of the acts being in any way similar, therefore a wide variety is offered. The North Dakota Agricultural College Crack squad are being well received with much ap plause throughout the act. The boys show that they have worked hard for this occasion as every move Is in per fect harmony and there is not a flaw to Princess Kalama. offering Hawaiian music, and the Hula Hula dance h3s an act that is going great. One for the time being is carried away to a far distant land among strange people and customs. The music, and played by these people is very beautiful and th© name time very impressive. No doubt you have seen some very small people in your time but if you have not seen Little Lord Roberts you have missed something. This little fellow is the smallest comedian in the world, he is:.'- years old, weighs 29 pounds and stands 30 inches high. To hear him laugh and not laugh with him is well nigh impossible. His singing and dancing specialty provokes unstinted applause and admiration. Little Lord Roberts is a treat for the "kiddies" as well as the grown up folks. For the movie program there Is the Mutual Weekly and a comedy. He* Hero SOL SIMON IS HOME Frances Man Returns From Sueeesg* ful Buying Trip to New York end Boston—Is Enthusiastic, Sol Simon, the proprietor of the Frances ready-to-wear store, arrived home last night, after several weeks spent in the east looking: at and buy inga complete line of ladies' garments and millinery. Mrs. Simon stopped off in the twin cities for a couple of days on the homeward trip. Mr. Simon is very enthusiastic over the styles shown this year and he is predicting one of the busiest years in the his tory of the trade in Fargo. He was in the market at the risrht time and made large purchases In all lines. Miss Worden, their millinery trimmer, ar rived here this week and the store is a busy place opening and arrang ing goods for the first displays. Mr. Simon says that he is certain that his display this year is superior to any he has shown and says the beauty of the garments he secured will surprise the people. ELMER SPOKE TO V. M. Professor Elmer spoke at the T. M. I meeting at Fargo college last evening on applying the principles that Ray mond Robbins has laid down in his speeches in Fargo. He especially emphasized the need for personal friendliness. A student discussion fol lowed and the three main ideas brought out were the opportunities for, boy's work in the churches, the need for personal work in school and the chance for lfgfuliiw & MtUeniaaU work., i/ WATCH US GROW fust received another shipment of guar anteed Gloves in all sizes. COLORS: Tan, White, Black On Sale Saturday r.. in Meat Is a Vital Thing SERVICE AND QUALITY ABE IMPORTANT. Our market has all three. Phone, us your order for Sunday. Give us a trial. Suggestions That Are Different. LOBSTERS SHELL OYSTERS FINNAN 1IADDIE Died at Local Hospital After a Linger ing Illness—Remain® to Be Ship ped to Williston. John Collins, who has been at a lo cal hospital for some time, died yes terday. While he was quite well known in Fargo, verv little was known of his life. The remains now lay at the Un dertaking parlors of Gaard & Moore and uwait the arrival of the deceased's son. Klmer Collins, from Williston. The be found. O.Brlen and Hrodle in The remains will be taken to that place Gypsy Serenade, are scoring a big hit with their musical selections, some of which are, When 1 Am Gone From The» Hills of Old Kentucky King of the Highway and others. Both of the gentlemen possess most pleasing voices. for funeral "and interment. "AN O 617 2nd Ave. No. Phone 10 and 1933. IN OLD RESIDENT DEAD MOODY FROM THE EAST Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our kind friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown us during the long „(Hr| been receiving goods of hia illnens and bereavement of our beloved personal .-^lection for several weeks husband and father. Also for the i past. Ho says the business tone In the beautiful ftoYal offerings. Mrs. Merian Mezirow, Ida Mezlrow, Mrs. Max Ru bell. Y FAMOUS PASTRY USE ]&<§ Buy your Gloves Here. SHRIMP MEAT, CRABS ALL KINDS OF FRESH FISH Everything is here that can be found in a first-class meat market. Everything strictly high grade. We guarantee satisfaction. A. L. Moody returned last evening from the east, where he has been for the past month or more, and he sas that he was very successful In securing an exceptional line of goods for hia store. Mi. Moody was thf first loial merchant to go to the markets anl anioiiK the last to return. He says the offering* were the Dept li has ever viewed and that the garments ami styles all have the value of being orRu inated In America. He waa a busy man during his entire stay and his laig« east is getting better now and that anticipates a good revival Of business in the next few weeks. BAKING POWDER The patrons of our fiist class hotels and restaurants are exact* ing—they demand the best. Women go where the pastry and cakes are noted for their excellence. Men are attracted by hot bread and biscuits—when fresh and moist and light The pastry cook with a reputation uses K Baking Powder because he knows that results are certain every time everything is as good as his best Then, too, with K Baking Powder he can mix the various kinds of batter before the rush of the meal begins and bake as needed so that every order goes to the table fresh and hot, yet the iast he bakes are just as good as the first The reasons behind these reasons is ally a blend of two baking powders. One commences i give off leavening gas as soon as moistened. The «?)her requires both moisture and heat to make it u live. Dough or batter will remain in a partially leavened condition for hours, and when put in the oven, will come up as that K If light as if mixed a moment before. For cookies, pancakes, doughnuts and the liloie^ which cannot all be baked at once, K is indispensa* hie. For all baking thedoubleraise makes doubly certain. Follow the example of the professional cook and your baking will be equal to hi*.