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ftRME.. 1 PR.V GOQDs ,iAR-0^ Entirely new lot of Ladies and Misses' Coats in Checks, Plaids and Mix tures sizes 14 to 42 pric ed for Saturday only at $10.50 Children's Coats Sizes 6 to 14. IN SERGES, CHECKS AND PLAIDS Saturday Only— Girls' Dresses In three lots of very special values at 39c, 59c and 89c Youll agree that they are worth much more. Lingerie Waists-Saturday only Skirts for Ladies and Misses III Plain Serges, Poplins, Crepes, Shepherd Checks and mixtures sizes 23 to 35 waist, Saturday only— $4.95 iU. Suits for Ladies' and Misses' A small lot of desirable styles in black, navy and checks to be closed out Saturday at-r $15.00 Bizes 16 to 45. O C/IE SOCIAL NOTES Dsvtls Lake Journal: Miss Ma Nel eon and Mrs Thos. Downey left yester day for Hillsboro. Miss Nelson is tak ing a three weeks' rest from her work at Manns' and will visit in Hillsboro, Hair.Net o bI pv. for YOU "and every nfhef woman who V3 appreciates a neat, tidy appearance. j? The double-twisted fine silk thread makes Carmen Nets wear longest and give gre&tQ&i satisfaction. Made in many styles with knotted cord—regular mesh—fine the Carmen mvebpa^ yom guiduct in buying Wr not. Specials Fargo, and Fosston, Minn. Mrs. Downey will visit relatives in Hillsboro. The third division of the Women's union of the First Congregational church met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. F. L. Whitney. The main feature of the program was a very interesting talk by Mrs. J. W. Hansel, on the sub ject of Mother's Day, and a reading by Miss Frances Emery and Victrola music were also rightful program mesh. A sty e *y coiffure—a shade for any hair. Ask your dealer for the Carmen Booklet Latest Styles in Hail* dressing—it's free. Look for the Carmen envelope bcI i gt YOU" fflCwWl freshmentsThB v 0ste8B Berve* Miss Margaret Krump, of this city, a in Barnesville, Minn., this week, vis aing her sister. J- T"- Norton, of this city, manager of ine crane & Ordway Co., was a business caller at Aberdeen, S. D„ Wednesday. Mr. ,ani Mrs. H. W. McArdle motored to their cottage at Lake Cormorant to day, where they will remain until Sun day. Th Indies of'the Christian church are a baked food sale at the Mon- son Trunk store, on Front street, all dav Saturday. An unusually interesting program is to be given next Thursday evening. May «o. by the advanced studentB of the conservatory. Mrs. Harriet Rei0 returned yesterday Minneapolis. After a two weekt visit here at the home of her sister, Mrs. G, S, Bascom. Earl Racine, of this city, who has Been .visiting his mother at East Grand Furks, Minn., has accepted a position in Peoria, 111., „p* ar where he will go at once. rl Remley, of the Union Light, Heat & Power Co., has gone to Sioux ty Ia f0r a few weeks' visit with friends, and will stop at Minneapolis and other places, en route. Jamestown Capital: Dentist C. J. Reardon returned this morning from Fargo, where he attended the state con vention. The convention was declared the best yet held by this organization. Grand Forks Herald: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew, of the Frederick, entertaining as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Angel of Aberdeen, S. D., Mrs. Nesbit and Mrs. Weiser, of Fargo. Grand Forks Herald: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Angel, of Aberdeen, S. D., and Mesdames Nesbit and WeiBer, of Fargo are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bar tholomew, at their apartments in the Frederick. Mrs. William Wallgren was hostess lasi. evening to the Ladies' Aid society of the Swedish Baptist rhurch. About twenty-five were in attendance, and en joyed a pleasant evening. The hostess served refreshments. The Degree of Honor will meet in regular session tonight at 8 o'clock, and a full attendance is requested. This will b» the last meeting before the grand lodge session which is to be held at Grand Forks May 18 and 19. Misses Ruth and Alice Woldy, of Ed more, the former a student at the state university. Grand Forks, are to arrive n Fargo Saturday noon, where Miss Alice is to appear in one of the con tests in the state declamation contest. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Presnall, ot Min neapolis, are spending a few days in Fargo as guests at the home of their daughter, Mrs. G. E. Norris, 309 Eighth street north. Mr. and Mrs. Presnali will be here until the first of next week. Mrs. L. W. Porter was hostess yester day afternoon to the Ladies' Missionary society of the Christian church, at its regular meeting. The program was in charge of Mrs. O. M. Lee, and was very interesting. During an hour spent so cially, the hostess served refreshments. The Ladies' Aid society of the First Presbyterian church has issued invita tions to the choir of the church for a dinner party to be given at the manse, on Eighth street north, next Friday evening, May 21, at 6:30 o'clock. The number participating, thirty or so, will include the. music committee, which is in charge of the affair. Mrs. E. Clingman, of Grand Forks, has announced the engagement and ap proaching marriage of her daughter, Miss Cheryl Clingman, to Dr. Elot A. Roddy, formerly of Grand Forks but now practicing osteopathy in Winni peg, where they are to make their home. Thursday, June 17, is the date set for the wedding. Mrs. H. W. Grasse, of Sixth street south, Moorhead, was hostess yesterday afternoon to a bridge club of a dozen ladies, who spent the time as usual, with auction bridge, Mrs. E. J. Wheeler holding high score. Dainty refresh ments were served by the hostess at 5 o'clock. Miss Jessie Alsop, of Middle town, Conn., was a guest of the ciub. Mrs. Sanford T. Hudson, of Taynes ville, Minn., arrived In the city last evening, and will be the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Comstock, of Tenth street south, for several days. Mrs. Hudson has been at Little Falls, Minn., in attendance at the Sixth Min nesota district federation of women's clubs, as a delegate from the Book Lov ers' club of Paynesville. Fargo friends of the bridegroom will be interested In the following clipping, from The Saskatoon (Canada) Daily Star, of May 6: The marriage took place in Prince Albert on Thursday of R. A. McGregor, traveler for the Robin Hood Mills, and Miss Marie Lerose, both of Saskatoon, Rev. Fr. McCaffrey offici ating. The witnesses were Mr. and Mrs. F. A. White. Devils Lake Journal: Deputy Sheriff Cameron was in the city today (Thurs day) from Fargo to take Joe Mason, charged with introducing liquor on the Turtle Mountain reservation, to Fargo. Mason has been held in the, Ramsey county jail for Ave months and it is understood that he has been anxious to be allowed to enter a plea of guilty and start serving his sentence. The ladies of the M. and 8. club wer« entertained Thursday afternoon by Mrs. G. F. Fox, at her home, 507 Sixth ave nue north. A pleasant afternoon wag enjoyed with sewing and conversation, and the hostess served a nice two course lunch. Nearly all of the mem bers were present. The next meeting will be with Mrs. William Patterson, of Seventh street south, in two weeks from yesterday. The supper served in the dining rootn of the First Oorferegattonal church last evening by the ladies of the first divi sion of the Women's union, was quite well patronized. A delicious menu was served, and the tables presented a pret ty appearance, bearing as centerpieces bouquets of marguerites, tulips, apple and other spring blossoms. A neat sunft was realized from the supper. Last evening's issue of The Devils Lake Journal contains this item: A noted missionary worker, Mrs. Roberta Brown Hope, of Elat, West Africa, will arrive in the city today and while here will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Albert Torbet. A reception to which all are cordially invited will be given in honor of the distinguished lady this evening at the J. M. Thompson home at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Hope will talk on her work and afterwards light re freshments will be served. Mrs. Hope is a North Dakota, woman, her home before she went to Africa being in Fargo. All who hear her this evening will be sure to hear something new and entertaining. A special invitation is extended to men. The last meeting of the season of the Lorgfelow Neighborhood club was held Thursday afternoon at the school building. The feature of the meeting was an address by Mrs. F. H. Wilder, on Eminent Women. That subject includ ed three national presidents of the W. C. T. U., Frances E/Wlllard, Mrs. Lillian M. N. Stevens, and Miss Anna Gordon, the present incumbent, and took up their national work and personal rela tions to each other. The address was an interesting one, and very much ap preciated. Musical numbers on the pro gram were piano solos by Inez Mjoen and Harriet Sekund. At its conclusion refreshments of tea and wafers were served. The club has been doing good work this past school year, and expects to reorganize next fall and to follow the lines pointed out by .Dr. M. C. El mer in carrying out more extensive community work. Thef amous diva, Madame Schumann Heink arrived in Grand Forks Thurs day from St. Paul, and her accompanist, Mrs. Katherine Hoffman, of the same city, who was accompanist at a con cert here by a former Fargo girl last winter, was expected to arrive there today. Madame Schumann-Heink was the honor guest at a dinner given' by Mrs. W. H. Kesley at her home in the Dinnie apartments last evening. Among other social pleasures there she was to enjoy'an automobile ride today and in spect her farm, which lies near that city. She gives her concert there to night, and the out-of-town reservation for it is said to be the largest on record for any concert there. Tonight's audi ence promises to be one of the most representative of the music lovers of the state ever assembled in Grand gum tiw TE FARGO FORUM 'AND. DAILY REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 19W. light re- Brooklyn, where Mme. Schumann Heink will take the leading part in the greatest sangerfest ever held in this country. Mrs.' May* Douglas Rindlaub, of the A. C. faculty, whose entire collection of miniatures is hung in the Beard art gallery at Minneapolis, has been fur ther honored in art circles in that city by having her portrait of Miss Pauline Blake, of this city, who assists Mrs. Rindlaub in her teaching work at the college, chosen as one of the thirtv seven comprising a representative group selected out of 300 paintings at the Minneapolis Institute of Fino Arts exhibit, now being he!d there. This ex hbiit is regarded as the. most compre hensive collection of work of north-* western artists ever brought together) DRAMATIC RECITAL WUCH ENJOYED Stone's hall was tin# Seen® last eve ning of the first dramatic recital this season by the dramatic art department of Fargo college conservatory, this de partment being under the able direc tion of Mrs. Lillian Farnsworth Hub bell. The selections given last evening ranged ail the way from most humor ous to very serious, including some child readings. Two numbers that re ceived especially warm applause were Tarkington's The Fall of Georgis Bas sett, read by Mrs. O. Badger, and Al len's Rock Me to Sleep, by Mrs, F. J. Sucher. Jean Love, one of the youngest par ticipants in the program, gave Kipling's How the Elephant Got His Trunk in a pleasing manner. Others who did cred itable work were Miss Mabel Leonard in Emmy Lou Miss Gladys Turner, in The Passing of the White Swan Miss Fanny Clapp In My Financial Career Miss Ruth Gage, in At the Sign of the Cleft Heart' and Helen More, in The Railroad Crossing, an anonymous seleo tion. Assisting in the program were stu dents of the conservatory, who contrib uted some very pleasing musical selec tions. Miss Gladys O'Neill opened the program with a piano solo, Rheinberg er's The Chase Miss Doris Frazijh' sang Who Knows, by Schmidt Miss Mildred Shave gave a violin solo, Madrigal, by Simonetti: Miss Viola Larson gave a Schubert piano number. Impromptu in A flit and Miss Ruth Larsen sang Lass With the Delicate Air, by Arne. The piano number by Miss Viola Larson, who is a junior this year, was especial ly good. All the students, both dramatic and musical, did credit to the training they had received. INVITATIONS ODT FOR LARGE SOCIAL AFFAIR Invitations to the number Ot between 300 and 400 were issued toftay by Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Pollock and Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Emery for a social affair to be given Monday evening. May 24, at Stone's new auditorium, compli mentary to Mrs. Agnes Hansel Harter, of Chicago, daughter of Pres. and Mrs. J. W. Hansel, the former of Farso colv lege. The evening's entertainment is to consist of a program of music and readings, the latter to be given by Miss Frttnces Emery. Mrs. Harter, a contralto of note, and who is well known in this city, will be the artist of the muslcale, and her ac companist is to be Miss Irene Carpen ter, of this city. Mrs. Harter is very prominent in musical circles of Chicago and elsewhere, and much of her time is engaged in concert work. She also sings in one of the largest Chicago churches, the Presbyterian of Edgewat er, in the north shore district. Mrs. Harter, who is to he in Fargo for her father's inauguration as president of Fargo college, is expected to arrive here a week from tonisht, and will re turn to Chicago the Friday following the social affair referred to above. FARGO COLLEGE JUNIOR SENIOR BANQUET TONIGHT The junior-senior banquet for Fargo college this year will be held in the commercial club rooms this evening at 7 o'clock. Guests will be Mrs. Hansel, Dean R. P. Robinson, and Edwin Gra— ber. The latter started with the Junior class, but has been out the past year on account of sickness. Pres. J. W. Hansel was expected in from his eastern trip this evening, but has been called back from Chicago to Cleveland, O., on im portant business. The rooms will be decorated in green and pink, the class colors, and cherry blossoms will be a feature. Miss Hen rietta Lakie is head of the committee on decorations, but Allan Carpenter has been heard to remark that he was as sisting in the work. Miss Katherine HORLICK'S The Original MALTED fVSILR you say HO fit ?CK ,«•'* you may $« a Subn Featuring For Saturday the Moorhead Normal Souvenir Spoon Beautiful Sterling Silver Spooriwith pierced han dle showing the buildings oni^jadle., _SHt\trday^'#*iee--• ...- -'Yv', k I Quale and Martinson 107 Front Street Moorhead, Minn. M-iniiHinjii mini i111 n n i i iiiii^i in mif wpi• i HEEBST HOSIERY GUARANTEED Boise has charge of the program and has doubtless arranged for an Interest ing evening, although details are not forthcoming. Miss Zelma Shute has charge of Invitations and acceptances and reports that about fifty-two will be present. Present indications promise a fine evening and a most successful banquet. mm SAID J. E. Gaffaney, Recorder: Regular meeting of the A. O. U. W. tonight at 8 o'clock. A class of candidates will be initiated and a smoker will follow. All members are requested to be in attendance. Visiting members always welcome. W. H. White, W. If.: The regular monthly business meeting of Shlloh Lodge No. 1 will be held at Masonic temple this evening. N Grand. "Henpecked Henry" is the self ex planatory title of the offering at the Grand by the Ralston troupe for the latter half of this week. The old fa miliar story of the old husband chas ing the actress with the nagging wife in close pursuit and a happy ending, is the tale which serves for an excuse for the usual run cf songs by the chorus and situations of a humorous trend that develop. A real treat was tha song and -dance by Miss Grade Du Mar last evening. That her work more than pleased the audience was shown by the "big hand" she received ant. which necessitated several encores be fore the audience would be satisfied. Miss DuMar appeared some time ago in a "single" at the rpheum and her return for the summer season at the Grand will be welcome news to the theatre goers. Manager Fowler by en gaging Miss DuMar has again dem onstrated that there is nothing that will be left undone to give to the peo ple of Fargo what he promised, "a big time" musical comedy company. Miss Webb pleased in Henpecked Henry last night in her selection of Caroline, and received 'a good hand in her solo selection. Helen Brandon and E. R. Ralston were clever in their com edy work, particularly Ralston's facial expressions when the funeral parade in honor of his dea^h was going on Ned Burns voice has found him 'a warm spot |H the hearts of Grand patrons. Qrpheum. The bill at the Orpheum the last half of the week Is om full of enter tainment. The Lam'»ard Parker Co. is an exceptional act of very good juggling and contortion stunts. Some novel feats are carried out with bar rels. A featui^ of the act is the dogs. Four well trained dogs are the actors for some clever »tr.nts. Burton & Kerr music act made a Too Late t* Classify. WANTED—Night clerk. Apply in per son. Comstock Hotel. (lo3-ti) proposals for Sei»e'. The City Auditor of the City of Far go, North Dakota, will receive, until tbe hour of ten o'clock A. M. the 2nd day of June, 1915, Sealed Proposals, upon the basis of cash payment, for the fur nishing of all materials for, and the construction of, a 12—Inch Lateral Sew er on Twelfth Street North, extending from Tenth Avenue North to Eleventh Avenue North, in Sewer District No. 1 of said city, according to the plans ana specifications therefor on file in the of fice of the City Auditor. The successful bidder will be requir ed to begin the construction of said sewer within ten days after signing contract, and to complete the same within Twenty 20) days thereafter. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check as required by law and in accordance with the specifications. Each bid shall be securely sealed and shall have endorsed upon the outside thereof a statement of the work such proposal Is for. The City Commission reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated, Fargo, N. D., May 13, 1911. A. R. WATKTN8, City Auditor. (May 14-21, 1916.) Water Main Resolution Be it resolved by the City Cdmmis sion of the City of Far go: That it be and is hereby declared necessary to construct a Water Malrt In Water Main District No. 2 of thJ City of Fargo, on Twelfth Street North extending from Ninth to Eleventh Ave nues. according to the plans and specl aHons therefor which were approved the City Commission on the 12th day fic May, 1915, and which are now on flla the office of the City Auditor. That this resolution be published as provided by law. State of North Dakota,) in County of Cass, )SS. City of Fargo. I, the undersigned Auditor of said City of Fargo, do hereby certify, that the above is a correct copy, and the whole thereof, of a resolution which was adopted by the Board of Commis sioners of said City of Fargo, at a meeting of that body held on the 12tl» day of May, 1915, as the same remains on file and of record in this office. In witness whereof, I have hereunto, set my hand and the seal of the City of Fargo, this ISth day of May, 1915. A. R. WATKINg, (Seal) City Auditor. ••V 1 f- One lot of Umbrellas, mostly all with the I natural wood handles. Price 5/1 4 FAKGtVS SHOPPING CENTER big hit by playing all the latest music. They are without a doubt the best violin players hoard hoc. Murvy Love Trio liave a singing and dancing act that is well received. They carry their own spwcial scenery. The costumes that they use are worthy of note. Carlotta Stockdil! with her song is as usual an entertaining part of the program. Miss Billie Burke in "Jerry.'' In "Jerry," the comedy in which Miss Billie Burke will be seen at Farifo Auditorium tomorrow evening, the heroine is a firm bellover in the adage that "all's fair in love," and so when she decides that the man who has been engaged to marry her aunt for twenty years is just the husband for herself, she isn't overly scrupulous about the method she employs t/y win him. Her plan of imp iign furnishes the plot for the comedy. Miss Burke imper sonates the heroine, of course, and it is a role that suits her exactly, they say. Miss Burke has one object in life —to make theatregoers happy—and this play gives her the biggest oppor tunity she has ever had of ucoo'mplish ing this object. The advance sale opened at Walker Bros. & Hardy stationery store this morning, and has been a remarkabto Garden Acres. With a city market assured the growers of garden produce and poul try. the demand for small a^re tracts adjoining the city has caused us to plat 80 acres for that purpose, in 5 acre tracts. See advertisement this issue. Morton Page —Advt. BIG CONTEST ON TOMORROW Tomorrow evening th« eighth an nual inter-high school declamatory contest will be held In the armory at the agricultural college, the program to begin at 8 o'clock. Tomorrow aft ernoon th« inter-high school track S ..** C. rv? ^*4* "Let Gladness Breathe From the Blossoming HERBST FOR HOSIERY 1 Norwood & Anderson present a farce comedy sketch that is a scream. The ladies side of it o.ders an egg for sock darning and ir? Eent by mistake a wooden leg. The man finds the arti cle and a lively time ensues. Spring Planting meet will be held and the contest to morrow night will be a fitting close to the competition between the institu tions that will participate. The program of the declamatbry contest, has been arranged as follows, although the order may be changed somewhat: President of the Evening Mary Gibbena Music Selected Contestants. The Little Rebej—Elizabeth Naaon, Crookston, Minn. The Man in the Shadow—Minnie E. Hoffmann, Detroit, Minn. Given's Canyon—Esther Woldy, id more, N. D. Laddie—Lucille Husting, Fargo, N. D. Melady of the Nations—Avedis West, Asadoorian, Glen Ullin, N. D. The Ballad of East and West—Heitry Blaisdell, Minot, N. D. John Thurston's Appeal for Cuba— Wilbert Peterson, Moorhead, Minn. Mandy's Organ Winnifred Miller, Perham, Minn. Music Selected Notice. I" h»ve sold the Klondike h°t«l and from this time on will not be responsi ble for any debts that may be madf* in the future against it. Any debts owing at this time by me, can be pre sented to me at the Merchants Na tional bank of Fargo. Akel Shaheea. May 11,1915. The Easiest Way To End Dandruff Narrow Edgings, per yard 5c to 15c Corset Cover Embroidery, per yard.... .10c to 49c 17-in. Flouncings, per yard to 79c 45-in. Flouncing, per yard .49c It will pay you to see these before buying. Middy Blouses. White ojc colored $1.23 and 98c House Dresses. 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