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6 jU .,3 A I fl 4\ All Wool Cream French Serge, Pop lin, Storm Serge and Panama, 42 inches wide regular price 85c and 11.25 a yard on sale at 65c All Wool Cream Bedford Gcrd Serge and Diagonals, in navy, tan and black stripes, 56 inches wide regular price $2.00 and S2.50 a On sale for $1.49 ft A f* is I Fine Muslin and Nainsook Gowns with German Val Lace and inser tion, also fine embroidery and rib bon trimming. Combination Suits of Corset Cov ers and Drawers, prettily trimmed with German Val lace and Inser tion, also fine embroidery. Owing to the price we reserve the right to limit quantities. A Nainsook Special We have 25 boxes of genuine Sea Island Nainsook, a beautiful soft silky quality, the grade usually ROM 25c yard, for Saturday we will offer it by the b^x of 12 yards (not 10 yard pieces) ffn OC at only, box Porch Rugs, well and substantially made, bound sides and ends, rainproof, attractive and durable: green and brown regular price "fl $1.35 each Saturday special ^JLaVS^7 Voiles and Marquisettes in the up-to-date hem stitch and drawn work effects, excellent quality, 40 inches wide, drapey and artistic regular prico 40c yard. Saturday special, yard Porch Shades in green or brown, made to stand the wind and weather. Prices reasonable. COLONIAL DRAPERY FABRICS REASONABLE AND AR TISTIC CREDIT IN LAW SCHOOL Dean R. P. Robinson of Fargo col lege recently received a letter from Augustus S. Downing, assistant com missioner for higher education of New York state, saying that under the rules Prescribed for New York, graduates of Fargo college, holding B. A. or B. S. degrees, will be given credit in the law Hchool of the University of New York, so that they may finish the three year law course in two. Letters such as these show the higK standard of work done in western schools and in Fargo college in par ticular. For I n i i O. J. deLendrecie Co. Fargo's Greatest Store Fargo, N. D. Right on the eve 4f the outing season, when every woman and young girl wants a cream wool Skirt or Suit, we are showing Cream White Wool Goods at ^exceptionally low values. Cream White Washable Mohair, All Wool Voile and hairline striped Mo hair, 42 to 50 inches wide regular price 75c to $1.25 a yard. iiQ on sale for All Wool Golf Striped and Club Checked Coating and Skirting, 56 inches wide regular pric^ $2.25 n yard, fio*.. On sale $1.69 Best $1 .OO Values 69c SATURDAY—O ne Day Only Best $1 Values nt "Saturday Only" Specials Bargains, yes, and good ones, right in the house-cleaning season and just what you need to till in here and there. 29c Eggert's Market —105 Broadway— We Have lots of fresh dressed Chickens*. Try one of our delicious Tenderloin Beef Roasts Dr. Graham is one of the best ora tors in the city and one of the most popular pastors and for this reason will need no further Introduction to the people of the town. Last night Rev. Lelland Porter of the Christian church addressed a large audience at the Salvation Army build ing The Salvation Army is holding a pastor's week and it is proving very Sunday Phone 591 & f- ,'t All Wool Cream Basket Cloth In the new striped effects, 56 Inch*- ~*de regular price $1.50 a AO yard on sale at Just a few broken sizes left in Rlpplette Crepe with Knickerbocker Drawers and Corset Cover Com binations. Ladies' Short Petticoats of fine Muslin with lace edge and tucks. Ladles' fine Muslin Drawers trim med with lace and embroidery'. Owing to the price we reserve the right to limit quantities. Summer Underwear 35c Ladles' cotton lisle Union Suits, tight knee or lace knee, all sizes Saturday suit ODC Linoleums, In tile, wood Inlay and other designs, for kitchen, pantry, dining or bath rotoms duraf lity regular price 59c a sqare yard Saturday special, a square yard Rugs—Especially for bedroom or dining room use they are Scotch weave wool rugs built for good hard wear, in colors blue, tan, pink, green an 6x9 regular price |7.75 each (jp g? Saturday special, each Oil) v Vacuum Cleaners and Sweepers—We have a lino of both. They are worth your consideration and in spection. Come in and see them. FARQ0 FABGO'S GREATEST STORE DR. GRAHAM SPEAKER Dr. Thomas J. Graham, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, will be the speaker of the Salvation Army building at 615 Second avenue north this evening. He will speak on The Work of the Salvation Army. COLONIAL DRAPERY, FABRICS REASONABLE AND AR TISTIC popular. The public is cordially in vited to the meeting tonight. Plates 510. Electro Painless Dentists, 602 Front St—Advt. OKLAHOMA!? LIKES FARGO AND fij. _______ C. H. CLEVELAND. AN' OKLAHOMA BANKER AND DEPUTY SHERIFF, WHO WA8 HERE TO SECURE PRISONER, IS DELIGHTED WITH TH|8 COUNTRY. "Situated in the center of a large fertile country, populated with a high grade citizenship, blest with nature's abundance in all that goes to make a man happy, prosperity is truly yours." This was one of the sentences used by C. H. Cleveland of Tulsa, Okla., who was in the city yesterday en route home from Crary and Devils Lake, where he, with the assistance of Sher iff Ross, secured & man by the name of J. C. Mathias, who is -wanted in Okla homa on a charge of obtaining money under false pretences. "Broad prairies, good roads, well tilled farms, thrifty farmers and first class business men are strongly in evi dence, proof of which is shown in wide paved streets, nicely parked with blue grass lawns, and shade trees, and fine residences." continued Mr. Cleveland. "Other evidence that this is a coun try of happy homes is reflected in the world's mirror, when a stranger enters the community on business, official or social matters. Cass county and Far go certainly have selected their pub lic servants on their merits, as law abiding, moral men. broad minded and courteous in the pxtrefhe." Yes—Many People have told us the same story—distress after eating, gases, heartburn. A THE FARGO FORUM kND DAILY REPUBLICAN,- FRIDAY EVENING, MAT 14, 1915 0 .«» SUP €#C All Wool Cream Serge, with black hairline stripe, 42 inches wide reg ular price $1.25 a yard on sale at UC All Wool Bordered Challies. in light and dark effects, 27 inch de regular price 65c a yard on sale for 39c 49c MZC wn, Dyspepsia Tablet before and after each meal will relieve you. Sold only by us—26c. Farflo Dins C* WILL LECTURE IN FARGO i fS* v v v 'soj, Nr «"f Jtinot Tuesday evening (possibly afternoon too). MEMORIAL DAY LOCAL OFFICERS OF THE NORTH DAKOTA NATIONAL GUARD RE CEIVE ORDERS FOR DECORA TION DAY AND FOR DEVI LB LAKE SCHOOL. Local officers of the- North Pakota National Guard have received orders pertaining to participation of soldiers in the Memorial Day ceremonies. Or ders pertaining to the officers camp of instruction to l»o held at the De vils Lake nnHtary reservation were also received. The order covering Memorial Day Is aa follows: Memorial Day. General Orders No. 11. Adjutant General's Office, Bismarck, N. .D., May 10, 1915. 1. May 30 being Memorial Day, all organizations of the North Dakota National Guard wilj be paraded. 2. Company commanders will re port to the post «ommander of the Grand Army of the Republic with their commands for escort and will furnish the necessary firing squads and such other detail as may be re quired. 3. At all company stations, the national flag will ue displayed at half staffff from sunrise until mid-day, and immediately before noon, the band or field music will vlay some appropriate air. 4. At the conclusion of the Memor ial tribute at noon, the flag will be hoisted to th£ top of the staff and will remain there until sunset. When hoisted to th.e top of the staff, the flag will be saluted by playing one or more appropriate patriotic airs. 5. In this way, fitting testimonial of respect for the lieioic dead and honor to their patriotic devotion will be appropriately rendered. 6. A report of exercises held in compliance with the forgoing instruc tions will be forwarded to the adju tant general with the monthly report' for May. By. command of the Governor. u T. H. THARALSON The Adjutant General. Official-':. '""K R. STEEDMAN, A. 4 Major U. S. Army. Military Secretary. The order Tor the officers* camp Is, as follows: Officers' Camp. General Orders No. 12. Adjutant General's Office, Bismarck, N, D* May 11. 1915. 1. By authority of the war depart ment, a camp of instruction for in fantry officers will ue A Mitt-' is? £V\ \wy®« Prof. Harry F. Ward, M. A,, of Boston, Mass., to deliver Haxlett leotures for Wesley College. 8evora! Addresses in Farflo. Tile Hazlett lecturer of Wesley college this year will be Prof. Harry F. Ward, a man of more than national reputation. As will be seen from the following itinerary he will deliver several lectures in Fargo. Wesley college, Haslett lectures, 1914-191$. by Prof. Harry F. Ward, M. A. Professor of social service, Boston University School of Theology. General subject: Christianizing the Social Order. LECTURE 3UBJECT8. The Child and the Community. Social Waste. The Human Side of Industry. Democracy in Industry. The Social Program of Christianity. The Social Task of the Church. Religious Aspects of the Labor Movement. Social Aspects of Religious Movements. The Challenge of Socialism to Christianity. The Social Creed of the Churches. DATES ANJD PLACES. Grand Forks. Saturday, May 15, 11 a. m., university gymnasium. Sunday, May 16, 10 30 a. m., 8 p. m., Methodist church. Monday, May 17, 8 p. m., Methodist church. Tuesday, May 18, 4 p. m., 8 p. m., Methodist church. Wednesday, May 19,11 a. m., university gymnasium. Valley City. Wednesday, May 19, 8 p. m., Methodist church. Thursday, May 20,11 m. and 8 p. tn.. normal auditorium. *«day. May 21, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., normal auditorium. Fargo Sunday, May 23, 4 p. m., agricultural college armory. Sunday, May 23, 8 p. m.t First Methodist church, Monday, May 24, lo a. m., agricultural college armory. Jamestown, JS- Xemday^ May 24,, S p. m., New Methodist church. Minot. Tuesday, May 25, 8 p. m., normal school auditorium. Tuesday, May 25, I p. m., Methodist church. Wednesday, May 26, 10 a. m. and 3 p. m., normal school. Wednesday, May 26, 8 p. m.. Methodist church. A trio of the music faculty of Wesley College conservatory consist-.,.. I»g of H. Aden. Enyeart, tenor Jacob A. Buchhc'z, violinist, Paolo Conte, pianist, will give a special preliminary program of .music in connection with Professor Ward's lecture at the following places: Agricultural college, Sunday afternoon First Methodist Church Sunday evening, at Jamestown Monday evening, and at the cards furnished for that purpose. This will read to Devils Lake onlv. Transportation in kind, for officers and their baggage will be furnished from the city of Devifc Lake to the camp grounds. 4. The camp wUl be ready for oc cupancy Sunday morning, the 16th, and instruction will begin at 7:30 a m., Monday, the 17th. 5. The senior lino officer present !s hereby detailed us camp commander and is authorizad to detail t'.p neces sary administrative staff from among the student officers present. This camp is held for puro acadamic pur poses and all officers will be expected to waive all consideration of rank, so far as i tpertains to the work in hand. 6. A mass will be established at the camp and officers jvill cit'i?r be charg ed. at a reasonable flat rate or the ex pense pro-rated. All mess furniture will be provided by the state. 7. Uniform—Service O. Equipment—Each officer will bring to camp for his personal use the follow ing: One saber and belt. belt"* U' S' Ma*' rlfl® and T1)ff held at the Rock Island Military reservation, Devils Lake, N. D., May 17 to 21, 1915. 2. The following named officer^ authorized to attend: (a) All infantry officers. (b) The disbursing officer, for such time only as is necessary for him to pay the personnel present. (c) The Adjutant General. 3. Transportation will be furnished from this o^ce to such ofRcers as In dicate .j^b»Ir Intention ^|«ttend» p& For Groceries Phone Jf 322 cartridge One whistle. One compass. One notebook and pencil. Books—One infantrv drill rnr. One field service reg. One may reading (Sherrill)., Ohe fiHng manual. 1913. One, studies in minor tactics. All officers will live in tents and will furnish their own bedding. Cots, buckets and wash basins will be furnished at the camp. Small trunks °,r are authorized for extra clothing and equipment. 8. Student officers and the disburs ing officer will be paid under the pro visions of section 14, of the militia law [ppf?nnU1H«iaHotted to the state under section 1661, revised statutes, but no student officer will be paid from such funds who shall not have attended the camp at least four consecutive days and been present at all formation for in struction, unless excuaea by proper au thotity by reason of sickness. ... Re^mmendations, submitted in writing by student officers, embodying any suggestions looking to the inv provement of the course, which thev may desire to offer at the close of the camp period, will be' forwarded by the senior inspector-instructor with his re P°rt to the war department. travei enjoined is necessary in the military service of the state. t.. y. the governor. T. H. Tharalson, .* The adjutant general. W .-.M FRECKL Don't Hide Them With a Veil Remove Them With The Othine Prescription. This prescription for the removal of freckles was written by a prominent physician and is usually so successful in removing freckles and giving a clear, beautiful complexion that it is sold by druggists under the guarantee to refund the money if it falls. Don't hide your freckles under a. veil get an ounce of othine and re move them. Even the first few appli cations should show a w6nderfui im provement, some of the lighter freckles vanishing entirely. Be sure to ask the druggist for the double strength othine it is this, that, .OJX map^yrfciiGfc guarantee. Vw':vr: i it '. v 111 Broadway Saturday Grocery Specials We Deliver Groceries Phone Your Orders Earlg Saturday Morning SMOKED MEATS Pionie Ham, 3C per lb .»••••• Cataract Bacon, 20c per lb Dakota Pride Bacon, per lb...... CANNED GOODS. Kinsale Brand Tomatoes Crisco, one lb. can Red River Special df** Pumpkin Red Kidney Beans, Q 20 or. cans. Happy Vale Pine- O apple, SO oz. can me V Happy Vale Apri- O cots, 29 oz. can Silver Dale Royal r% Annecherries 23c ..8c 10c Lobsters, 7% O*. cans Bridge Brand Corn per can Valley Pride Peas, per can HCLA The Electric Oscillator WASHING MACHINE Will Make Wash Day a Holiday. Actual washing demonstrations at our store Friday and Saturday. Will give thirty-day trial on each machine' Absolutely guaranteed for fire years. Carlisle & Bristol Hardware. Fargo, N. D. LEONARDWOMAN Mrs. Marj Wichmann. aged 63 years, died at her home in Leonard last Wed nesday evening after an illness of .short duration. She was one of the pioneers of Leonard, having lived there ffor over twenty-three years. Mrs. Wichmann was a widow, her husband having died some three years ago. The Wichmanns are the owners of considerable farming land and other property near Leonard. Mrs. Wichmann was prominent socially In that city and was held In high esteem by all who knew her. Be sides a host of friends, she is surviv ed by three children, two sons and a daughter, to mourn her death. The funeral will be held from the CUT FL Phone 2981. Choice Boiline Beef r1v T-k r, S £°PS' 02 Front Street and Decorations of All Kinds For Graduation and June Wedding Roses, Carnations, American Beauties, ctc. Floral Designs made up in short notice Send for Cut Flower Price List. Established Quarter of a Century Store—Broadway and Front Street Greenhouses—South Eighth 81 'e Se Saturday Specials Choice Steer Beef Choice Pot Roast ,. ..... 121 Pork Prices Grocerila Farflo, N. D, EGGS AND CHEESE 20c 20c 19c Cream Cheese, fancy Wisconsin, per lb... Brick Cheesa, per lb Eggs, strictly fresh, per doz SUGAR. 18 ID*, for ..y.... $1.00 25 lb. sack..,.*. $1,80 100 lb. sadk $7.00 MISCELLANEOUS. English Walnuts, soft shelled, lb... Navy Beans, hand picked, 5 lbs. for..... 18c CmujQ Rice, fancy Japaft O "T head, 3 lbs. for....... (fit 0 TEA8 Marquette Brand Tea, 1 lb. pkg. Half pound packages Green Japan Tea in bulk, Saturday spccial Fresh Peanut Butter, in bul£ per 48c 24c 20c 19c home in Leonard next Sunday after noon at 1 o'clock and the remains be interred in the family lot in will Bethel cemetery. Undertaker B. F. Wasem of thia city prepared the body for burial. Delicate Sewing, Your most delicate sewing of every kind are in experienced hands at the Royal Dressmaking parlors, 206 Broad way Flat No. 2. They solicite the best and finest work.—advt. nair i omc Stojis the hail ti«m failing oat. Fargo Drug va .. PHONE1'424 £a*yo *ACjD. 1 O n y MEAT MARKET Free Delivery in Both Cities. small and lean........,.v -„i- ..:..15o 5 !teak. -He I 'ork Roasts l*c ^ric%Prcsh Sanc5r CMcke4^sea:: "ancy Creamer/Iu^' J0c Send in your orders early.,, e Bug Meat Market .f ,v 12V2c8c• .200 Fnrcro, N. D.