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Methcedm Coats and SmkB 22x42 SILK DEPARTMENT 40-inci| AH Silk Crepe de Chine in all colors, for street and evening wear, also Ivory and Black $1.50 and $1.75 silk. *1 "I Price for Friday, yard 3 A\J WOOL DRESS GOODS 44 -inch All Wool Serges in Black an the wanted colors $1.50 goods. Price for Friday, yard HUCK TOWELS* Extra Fine Huck 1 CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS—(Basement) One case Fleeced White Union all sires, ages 6 to 12 years 75c vnjue.s. PHce for Friday.... rfwHr JrQ PERCALES— (Basement) 2,000 yards 36-inch standard Percales, light o o s o n y a o u a i e lie Price for Friday, yard £.a~ v* ir A :i A v i**. *s\r V-.V Tffl %|rifLI'-r-4lt *.Woi i Mr fee Four floors, sixteen departments, twenty sections, combine with their "engaging" offers to day a Red Letter Day for shoppers. i ...98c Towels, border, monogram space 50c towels. Price for Friday, each,.. (Limit one dozen to a Bfayer) I1 NAINSOOK 36-inch Extra Fine English Nainsook, our best 25c number, 12 yards iu Price for Friday, QQ bolt. DOMESTICS 81x99 High Grade Muslin Sheets, standard good*. Price for Friday, AA each. *m JL »\/vf (6 only to a Tmyef HOSIERY DEPARTMENT Pure Silk Hose for Women, in Black and White, one of our best number^ a* $1.50 all sizes. Price for Friday, (1* -j A pair ^IslU IRELAND'S GLOVES Women V High Grade Cape Gloves, in a#* sorted shades of Brown gpiuH^ vahirfor $2.00. Price for Friday, -J pair BLANKETS—(Basement) damask JL uD 100 pairs 70xB0 Wool Finish Plaid Plain Grey and Tan Blankets. Price yg for Friday, each «p«3e O 1 For That Last Drowsy Hour When the Sandman makes his rounds, insiusn the kiddies comfort with a Gas Room Heater. None of the old uncertainty of a solid fuel fine —no unhealthy swokfror soot—jusi dean, de pendable heat AT THE TOUCH OF A HATCH In the morning, when the windows have been closed, cheery comfort is yours in a second-' No danger of drafts or eolds in a nursery where there is A Gas Room Heater each.. v* rt'ii i, Ph&e us for prices, or call at our showrooms. Union Light, Heat & Power Co, PARGO, If. D. F,r Sdle (By owner exclusively). Eight rooms all newly decorated on car line. 90S 8th St. So. Easy terms. A barg-sin. A. L. Moody. MEN'S NIGHT SHIRTS One lot of Men's Heavy Outing Flannel Night Shirts, assorted patterns our leader at $1.00. Price for Friday, each /yC LACES One lot of Linen Torchon and SUITS—(Basement.) 15 Women's Suits, latest styles in all Wool Serge, Navy and Black. Splendid value at $18.50. Price for n«r Friday, each......^...*... ". PRESS SKIRTS—(Basement.) One lot Women's Skirts in Plaids and Stripes also Black and Navy Serges—$3.50 Skirts. Price for Friday^ x. J. Av Christmas and New Year Greeting Cards Arts and Crafts Shop 617 First Avenue North For state news read The Forum. LINEN SALE Contimmg make Fri RIBBON DEPARTMENT One lot Novelty and Plain Silk Ribbons for Bags, Sashes and Hair Bows, 5 to 7 inches worth 35c to 75c. Price for Friday, yard ^V(J STATIONERY One-pound box best Linen Finish £tatmn ery 35c number. Price for Friday, box d£OC Vsl a good assortment of edges and insertions about half price. Yard. CAMISOLE LACES One large assortment of Edges, Insertions and Bands, that sold at 25c and ft 35c. Price for Friday, yard...... JrC READY-TO-WEAR— (Second floor) 26 new Taffeta Silk Dress Skirts in Fancy Stripes and Plaids, assorted new j.afimis $7.50 to $10.00 Skirts. Price ft* A for Friday, each e^Cj WAIST DEPARTMENT— (Second Floor) One lot of Voile Blouses in White and Colors, good assortment of styles and sizes—*1 00 Waists. Price for Friday, each...., ...... pyC CORDUROY ROBES—(Third Floor.) One lot of Corduroy Robes, in Copen and Rose only regular $6.50 goods. Price for Friday, each. Laces in 5c $4.48 wn ^ra—ro.»ni $2.50 ATTENTION K you an Oiuuctfii» with jingle, punch and pt-y-. by aJl means get Ptyone 6J MALQiOW TODAY MME. PETBOVA N More Truth than Poetry A Metro Wonderplay of love and and vengeance* -Also-® -A Drew Comedy •—Arid The Ford Weekly i n A i t, 1 p: k Comm^idng No?.12 Wm. N. Selig's \L 1 WINSTON CHURCHILL America's Greatest Story. SHOWS—2:30 7:30 and 9 Announcement will be made later of the pia^e of holding the bazaar, and further plans for the event will he perfected at a meeting thla after noon uith the president. Mrs. Clark Palrymple, of a committee com prising Mesdames Blakemore, II. W. Gearey, A. F. Colwell. H.JL. BoJley and Gilbert Hageart. The meeting is called for 3 o'clock, at the Gardner hotel. Mrs. Dalrymple voices the senti ment of the entire association tn ex pressing her hope that the various organizations of the two cities will Institute To Close Friday The institute of intensive training that has been in session since Tues day at Gethaemane Episcopal cath edral, will close Friday afternoon. Miss Mary Smith, Minneapolis, and Miss Frances Withers, New Tork. have been conducting very largely attended classes both mornings and afternoons. On Friday afternoon the classes that have been meeting at The modern tendency to eeek amusement almost entirely away from the home was deplored by Mrs Pollock, who suggested as a remedy, a more energetic substitution of the wholesome old -fajftiioned amusements within the family. A generaJ discus sion followed her remarks, the club members agreeing that concerted action by the mothers would help greatly in solving this problem. Other fine program features at the meeting Wednesday were papers by Mrs. George Foster, on The Boy Scouts and What They- Are Ac complishing, and by Mrs. Preston Cameron, on What the Campflre Girls Stand For. Election of officers had been an nounced for yesterday, but was postponed to a later meeting. 1 SOCIAL'NOTES gl— 0 The leading social event of this evening In Fargo is the Century club dinner dance, which will be held in the Knights of Columbus hall. This THE FARGO FORUM, THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER* 16, 1917. Society News War Relief Carnival Being Planned For December 13-14-15 A cuntM, :«r basaar *f vaxied attractions, to be h«Id on D«c. 13 14 and 15 is the plan of the Fargo War Relief association for obtaining further funds for such relief work an helping care for end r^-educat* the soldiers blinded in the present warfare, assisting the orphan* of Belgium, and other surh worthy a uses The plan was decided upon at a business session preceding the usual work meetinjr in the Y. TV. C. A. auditorium Wednesday afternoon. I help in this moveaMnt by and 4:15 o'clock respectively, will both con vene at 2:30 o'clock. A Joint clos ing session will be called to order at o'clock, to continue until 4:30, which will give the out-of-town delegates opportunity to take the early evening trains to their homes. A great deal of interest has been manifested in this institute, and all have been eaper to learn the latest ideas in regard to various benches of the church work. A routine business meeting of the state officers of the Woman's Guild and Auxiliary- was held Wednesday evening at the Bishop Tyler home. An enthusiastic meeting of boi^i sections of the Recreation club was held Wednesday evening in the cathedral crypt, the members being inspinngly addressed bv Miss Smith, educational secretary for Minnesota. Miss Smith and Miaa Withers will go from Kargo to Sioux Falls. S. D.. where they will conduct a similar institute. Boost Better Playgrounds T*» 4lhl!« Conservation league, meeting Wednesday at the T. W. C. A. gymnasium, voted to do all in its power to secure better playgrounds for the children of Fargo, and to work in every way feasible to help abolish the. insanitary and unsafe buildings along the river front The vote taken on this matter followed a stirring and well informed address by Mrs. M. Pollock, on Present Day Amusements. 1 Rummage Sal* FRIDAY AND^SATURDAV November 16th and 17th COLE HOTEL BUILDING Cor. N. P. Ave. and 4th St, TODAY WM. S. HART I V "THE DISCIPLE" MUTUAL WEEKLY AiaiMtoai CkU*«sle,AMai6e (lattaiiag «u Tax). 6 The Tha TODAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JANE COWL "THE SPREADING DAWK agreeing to take charge of booths at the carnival, and helping arrange th» special en tertainment features with which it is planned to draw patronage each evening. All such aid will be most cordially welcomed by the War Relief association, and it is hoped to secure a fund of considerable proportion. More Christmas Boxes. The response to the FUgc^stion of Christmas boxes, mnetly of sweets, for the convalescent soldiers in French hoepitals. continues, and 152 additional packets of this kind were parked by the war relief ladies for shipment Wednesday night. Still other boxes are coming in to the as sociation today, and these and latT contributions will be included in the next regular weekly shipment of hospital supplies from the associa tion. The boxes packed Wednesdav included fen contributed by a First Presbyterian Sunday school class of young girls, taught by Miss Irene Leimbacher. Included in the other gifts packed yesterday were quite a number of shoe-box sise. party will 'open the season tor the Century club. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Ohlin enter tained at 7 o'clock dinner Wednes day evening, in honor of G. O. John son, until very recently wire chief at the Northwestern Telephone com pany offices in Fargo. Mr. Johnson has been transferred to Minneapolis by that company. A color scheme of yellow was used in the table decora tions. consisting of pompoms and shaded candles. Covers were laid for twelve. Mr. Johnson left last night for Lyle, Minn. to spend a few days with his parents before going to Minneapolis. He has a host of friends in Fargo who regret his departure. Mrs. A. E. Minard will entertain the ladles of the Kill Kare club this FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Pattern Hats Tailored Hats evening instead of a week hence, as previously scheduled. The Yeoman membership campaign banquet on the evening of Nov. jo will be held in the Knights of Colum bus hall instead of in the A. O. W. hail, the regular meeting place, as erroneously stated a few days ago. Prof H. fceyf. Milton Swening sen, Clarence Lane and Grant Web ster. all of Fargo college, who ex pect to be called into military serv ice soon, will be honor guests at a party Friday evening in Monson's dugout. Thirteenth street south. The affair will be given bv the Eta Chi Omega sorority of Fargo college, and there will he about thirty-five guests. The entertainment is being p4anne1 by the sororlt's pledges. Mrs. F. O. Ostman. 717 College street, entertained eight boys and girls at 8 o'clock dinner Wednesday evening, in celebration of the thir teenth birthday anniversary of her son Eugene Games followed the pleasing repast. Wednesday was also the date of Mr. and Mrs. Ostman*" sixteenth wedding anniversary. Mrs. W. Addison, Ninth street north, entertained the Mosaic club ladies Wednesday afternoon, knitting and sewing occupying their attention until the lunch hour. The meeting of the club in two weeks will be with Mrs. R. C. Akeley. The annual celebration by her children and their families, of the birthday anniversary of Mrs O Lt'bhen was enjoyed Wednesday evening at the Lobben home, Eighth street north Mrs. Lobben was 68 years of age yesterday. Cov ers were laid for about eighteen, all resident in either Kargo or Moor head, at a prettily appointed din ner. Pink chrysanthemums decor ated the table The dinner wna fol lowed by an informal evening of music. The servir| of the repast wat done by daughters of Mrs. Lobben. A benefit social will be held next Monday evening by the Cathedral club in the club rooms at St. Mary's cathedral. The proceeds will be added to the soldiers' and sailors' fund of China Studio and Gift Shop Artists' White China. FLORENCE M. GILMORE, 318'2 Broadway jit* Price Sailor Hats ONE-HALF PRICE MEANS $5.00 Hats $2.50 $7.50 Hats :$3.75 $10.00 Hata $5.00 $15.00 Hats $7.50 Millinery Department Florence Macbeth Prims Donna Coloratura Sopran^la CONCERT RECITAL Orpheum Theater, Fargo Monday Evening, November 26 TMists sn sals at office of The Pest. Regular sale opMM Saturday, Nov. 24, Orphsum Theatsr. PRICES fUO, $1-00 and 71* (War Tax Included.) Window Glass Chriatiansen Drug Co* 10 Broadwa. If of a generation from The Saturday Evening Pest story by Basil King. -—Also— FATTY ARBUC&LE 1 Mi th- makers" will bring joy to the boarta of all in "HIS WEDDING NIGHT" For real eeienee earns and watch Arbuekle put at "out-drop" on a pie. the club, started to provide comforts for members of the club who in military or naval ^service. la Red Cross knitting and sewing were again the diversions of th« North Side Priscilla club Wednesday afternoon, whose members were entertained hv Mrs, E. G. Meinser, Twelfth street nortjj. Lunch fol lowed the work session. Mrs. Glenn Spicer and Mrs. O. J. Campbell were hostesses Wednesday evening at the Sploer home. Sixth avenue south, st a pretty pre-nuptla! affair for Miss Fav Whlttier. who will be married on Thanksgiving day. A dozen young ladws were guests and spent the evening In making kitchen holders, which were present ed to th* bride-elect a color scheme of yellow and green was carried out both in the decorations and in th* delicious lunch. A basket of yellow pompoms formed the centerpiece for the table, and at each place was a small yellow candle. Four large candles enhanced the charming ef fect. and the place cards were mono gramed In yellow. Hemstitching. picotlng. pleating. Mrs. A. Anderson, 517 3rd Av. N.— Adv. & o Charming Hats $2.00 COME TOMOREOW deLendrecie s Millinery .Department Opp-N. P. Depot Fargo, N. D. Remounting Old Jewelry Did rOu know that soms of the most delightful acceptable gifts may be made by remodeling and re mounting OJd Jewelry? In almost every Jewel bpx there are odd and fascinat ing pieces, that once belonged to someone near or dear to the present possessor. But they are nerer worij now—"the settings are so old-fashioned" and yet the stones have a rare beauty and value of thetr own. Bring that treasured bit of Old Jewelry'to and tat us show y$u what may be don*5 to fashion 1t into tL rare and desirable up-to-date gift, while retaining the charm of old association. The modern mountings of platinum, fdld or any present-day sotting wiu trans form it. We shall be happy to give you our opinion In tbo matter and you will be left In porfoct freedom to de cide. Hig^irti=Newtoini Co. Jewels^ and Opticians Fargo, North Dakota "A MAX SALUT, -Fargo, has taken over the management of the DEVOLNE HOTEL on First Aoenue South. All the rooms have been nicely furnished for transient trade —with several suites for light housekeeping. Give Dinner For Football Men Pi eildgnt J. w. Hansel and President Hansel was a Sale at $2.00 Friday and Saturday Special A new and attractive assortment of chic dress and everyday hats. Astonishing in smartness as well as value. In this showing are hat® of Lyons Velvet with Brocade, Gold and Silver Lacc hats. Hatter's Plush Bailors, also closc fitting Turbans, just the thing for winter wear. These hats are now on display in our window don't fail to see them. Some of them are worth as much as $15.00. Diamond Stare Far a Qeneratien* Dtaa R. Vowies, of Fargo college, were hosts Wednesday evening at an o'clock dinner served in Jones hall dining room, to the football men of the college The repast, was in three courses, and covers were laid for twenty-four. Streamers of the collegt colors, blue and gold, hung from the ceilinc to the center of the table. toa*tmastsr, and the following responses were made Retrospect. Captain Martin Murie: Bumps. La wren e Hill. Stop, pine Things. John Wesl»y McKln stry. Things in General. Mgr. Clar ence Lane, Hard Knocks. R*x Graber. who was later elected cap tain of th* i#l* team. Tlaying Guard, Clinton Hoflf: Veterans. Earl Burns: Freshles. Lloyd Flatt Ad Libera turn Coach Holste. Bear Stories, Allan R. Welsh: Other Teams. Prof H. C. Be\ l, Witticisms, Fern Monson and Grant Webster and Future Teams, Dean Vowies.