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T'- v-- wy ...«*3*. .v' ,ti ... v.v.••.^Aja^uvi ..•£^yA :vV'irf^T^^'':''. •1!PE™'--. .. .ouisville, Ky^ Autumn comes so soon with u» that almost before it la realized winter is here. Very' little entertaining was don© this week, in fact, it was one of the dullest social weeks of the sea son, but society as well as nature needs a rent occasionally. As these splendid summer days begin to wane almost everyone is possessed with a feeling of restfulness, a craving to get near to nature before the crisp cool air drives one in,and drink to the full est the prairie ozone. Indian summer has not yet arrived and the sad and melancholy days never come in Far go. People in this community are too occupied, too busy, and lill their lives so full of practical things that the period known as the sad and Btojt* ancholy days are never realized. George Daws left Tuesday for a vffeit in New Jersey and Mr. Daws left jfor Kansas City Wednesday night on business to the Newell Steam Plow mammtm flH •Hsi '4 "A j? i LIS. fAT oft "NAME ON CVERV F6E"•-X )owNEY'S IChocolate Bonbons] Always Delicious—Pure— -Wholesome—Digestible 0jie Box will make !a Happy Home! Every Sealed Package guaranteed Fresh and Full Weight |bay Box0M sad Baskets hI %tiga*~for am* TH® WALTER M. LOWNEY CO. Makers of Cocoa and Chocolates BOSTON, Acts Ger\tly Francisco, £*1. fa^ory, for which lit id agent In North Dakota, *ysx5 Mrs. G. W. Taylor and daughter, Josephine, left Wednesday tor Cin cinnati, O., where Josephine will re main to attend the H. Thane Miller school this being the second year for her in .this institution. Miss Jessie'Alsop left Wednesdayfor Middleton, Conn, where she will spend some time visiting with relatives. Mrs. Amos Feake of Valley City was a guest of Fargo friends Thursday. jxSx§ The' hosts of friends of Mrs. E. C. Gearfty, sr., will be pleased to learn that she is Improving from the serious sickness which befell her six weeks ago, when she went to Minneapolis to visit- her son and to attend the G. A. R. encampment. She was taken ill on her arrival in Minneapolis and re mained there tHree weeks, then was removed to her home in Fargo where her friends, whom she can count by the score, will be glad to know she is convalescing. ?X£K$ Mrs. N. B. Davis, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. D. E. Wil lard, left Wednesday morning tor her home in Nebraska city. s- Mrs. J. M. Fisher left Wednesday for Minneapolis where she will make her future home. "W- Mrs. W. ft. Kilpahriek and little* son will leave Monday to speiyl the winter with relatives* in Richmond, 111. Mrs. C. E. Jones and little daughter of Lisbon, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Campbell, will leave this evening for a visit with Mr. Jones'.parents in Eau Claire, Wis. John L. Schruth, brother of C. W. Schruth of the city auditor's office, left Wednesday to -resume his stud ies at the Rush Medical college In Chicago. •9v«s Miss Louise Sweet Is entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Stafford of Minneapolis. Miss Anna Shaw left Thursday morning for Chicago, where she will attend the Northwestern University Dental college. The' Century club will hold its an nual meeting at Pirie'a hall Tuesday evening, Oct. 2. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Thomas leave today for their new home in Minne apolis. Mrs. MASS. W. W, j&ets piea^sarvtly} Acts Beneficially? ^cts tr\jly as a Laxative*. Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the well-informed and to the healthy, because its component parts are simple and wholesome and because it acts without disturbing the natural functions, as it is wholly free from every objectionable quality or substance. In the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medici nal virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from an excellent combination of plants known to be medicinally laxative and to act most bene ficially. To get its beneficial effects—buy the genuine— manufactured. by the Tousley was called to the coast JMday by a telegram announcing the serious Illness of her mother, who lives near Portland, Ore. *sxg Manager H. C. Plumley of The For um has returned from a three weeks' trip in the east. He attended the As sociated Press meeting and visited relatives in New York state. Dr. C. L. Rose will leave tonight for Minneapolis, where he Will Join 'Mrs. Rose, who has been taking a post-graduate course at Mayo Bros hospital at Rochester, Minn. Miss Florence Schuyler and Miss Minnie Hector will leave this evening for a two weeks" visit with Minneap olis friends. Miss Florence will act as maid-of-honor at the marriage of a very dear school friend, Miss Ruth HoUray, whose wedding will take iYRVrlv® ^1/Iew\&rk,/1Y. ^ale !y all leading In wtgh&f fSrttages only, bearing tbe full name ol the Corapanv. 7 yt v „, 4 Vs V -V r-~v«|-»- rprr-pf PA^OO TOTmr AN«T5 DATTT' TiEPT^.LtftW, T^WftTOT"'l^^n^iCC ^TCMnT!^"2^' Woo. ,*W place at the cosy summer home of her parents at Lake Minnetonka. The Misses Jessie and Florence Neal ontertained Friday evening In a de ightfully informal manner in honor of Miss I^ulu Rohan who is to be an Oc tober bride. A kitchen shower was added to the charm of a dainty sup per, the guests bringing gifts of usc- ed in, red. A bouquet of rich red blossoms Intermingled with asparagus which was left to run carelessly over the cloth, formed a very pretty cen ter decoration for the table. Red blossoms were elsewhere used In bou quets. After luncheon bridge whist claimed attention of the guests the greater part of the afternoon. In this interesting game Mrs. W. A. Scott, Mrs. Bigelow and Mrs. P. C. Cren shaw won the pretty prizes* The social week was ualldred tn with a number of charming func tions, among- iliem being the dainty luncheon given by Miss v Flore^e lj^r extended delightful hospitality to ten of her young lady friends. A bevy of beautiful young girls assisted through out the rooms, the hostess selecting those from the school set and all were: prettily gowned and did the honors gracefully. The table was set with handsome, dcfilifis and In the center was arranged a bank of yellow and white asters. A profusion of the same stately blooms was used throughout the rooms with artistic effect. The name cards were especially beautiful and were hand-painted in fetching little cuplds. During the afternoon Mrs. Schuyler announced the engage ment of Miss Florence to Walton W. Thorp of Briton, S. D. The charming young bride-elect is the oldest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Schuy ler and is very popular in the social set of Fargo. She graduated from the high school in 1903 with excellent standing in her class and since then spent two years at the University of Minnesota. She is a young lady of very attractive qualities and has hun dreds of admiring friends, who wish her all the happiness in the world. Mr. Thorp is a graduate of the Uni versity of Minnesota and is a young man of many sterling traits of char acter. While no announcement has as yet been made in regard to the ex act date of the wedding, it Is under- Superfluous Hair liuiuov.'ii uy •!»-,.= .New SDa^lliracfe fkTftlfction to flu-Ccru i,ei*nce. It is M-taD title aud prai-iical way to destroy htttr. non't. waste time t»x|*rimHiting with einH-rrotjrtiH, ray and ilepilatoricfc. These *re offered you on the BARK YVOKD «1 tli« operator* and manu facturers De MirnHf* not. It is the only method winch is i ndorsed by phyalciaan, surgeou*, dermatologists mtiiiicul journal* and protuiaeut Ki8|£a.».ines Booklet Iree. in plain M?ai*u en velope lis Miracle mailed, sealed sn plain wrap per, for $1.00 By De Mirarla Chemical Co., 1912 IBrk Ave,. New Iforlc Your money back without qtieiUloi) (no r»d tape) 11 it tail* to do all that is claitwd for it. For sale hy all Ur»t clas* drug ipnta, i*n4 O. a. (to LENDRECH& Mood that the important affair'trfll be an ev«nt of early winter. &&& Mrs. T. J. Young and llttl® daughter have returned from a visit of two months with relatives in Michigan end Wisconsin. En route they en joyed the scenery of the great lakes. Thomas L. Swem sailed Friday on the steamship Cedric for London, where he will study a year and a half. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Otis and baby returned from a two months' visit in western Canada and Pacific -cities, Thursday. $*§*§ Mr., and Mrs. D. R. Swem and baby left for their home in Seattle Sundav morning after a delightful visit of three months with their parents, Mr find Mrs. T. M. Swem, in Island park. It will interest the many friends of "Miss Clara A. Pollock to know that she Was admitted to Cornell College, Iowa, as a full fledged junior on her mark from Fargo high school and Fargo col lege, which Is decidedly complimentary to these schools—particularly so when tt is known that the papers were pasK ed upon by Dr. Nicholas Knight, who has secured a remarkable record through his college work during the past ten or twelve years. Ed Freeman has gotten out of the hot weather in Brooklyn, N. Y., by going up to Skowhegan, Me., and Vis Jtlng his grandfather for a few weeks. Commissary Sergeant Herald Soren son entertained Saturday night, an even dozen of his Co. comrades, who tvere with him in the Philippines. Last Thursday was the sergeant's birthday, iut the dinner party was postponed until Saturday so the time limit need •hot be considered by those present. It %-as evident from the sumptuousness pt the banquet that Mr. Sorenson had 51111 access to the commissary depart ment of the United States and even jjart of Norway and Milwaukee, and jfrtany compliments were paid the host ®on the elegant spread and very ap propriate decorations on the table and fibout the walls. In the center of the table and on either side of the huge arid beautifully decorated birthday cake stood miniature flag poles, one fulness to the prospective bride. The ceremony attending the presentation tn Impersonate naval officials and had of the gifts was of the usual kind, the guests bringing gifts of usefulness. The guests were accompanied Vo'The"^'party by their fancy sewing bags containing voted to music and guessing games. A table made beautiful with rich, yel low /lowers and laden with choice edi bles was a welcome sight. Mrs. J. P. Hardy and Mr*. A. Kedney entertained the ladles of the Red Garter club at a handsome lunch eon Tuesday at the home of Mrs. the piano several selections showing, her a musician of great ability. ^xj I Last evening's Forum had a tele gram about one John M. Shew trying to palm himself oft as "Lieut. Arthur R. Capeheart of the navy." Lieut. E. E. Capeheart, formerly of Fargo, ob jected to the deception and had the man arrested, and it was discovered that for some time he had been trying contracted various indebtedness in their names. The many old friends C?Pefhfrt,wm b« to know that he is making his the proverbial dainty needlework and ^%^ntVLkTn\his seiectTrviw of P'o^^dings of the third and la«t day's the time not given to sewing was de- r,anK ,n tms Uncle Sam's. One of the prettiest affairs of the fall season was the dinner given Fri-' day evening by Mrs. uuneri waggart. 'overs were laid for ten and the ap pointments were unusually attractive. Hardy. The table and the house flowerH being used in the decorations the afternoon the North Dakota Home throughout were attractively decorat- -in jjie pallors. Plain name-cards bore Missionary society convened tn annual the names of the guests. As usual the session. The superintendent's annual hostess served a perfect menu. At the report showed remarkable progress in table were the Misses Mable Haggart, the work the past twenty-five years, Elsie Ehrman, Stella Haggart, Lulu and more especially In thesei few last Uohan and Messrs. Fred Young, Wal- ones of his administration. Dr Barnes gave a memorial address ori-Rev. T. ter Treat, John E. Haggart, grander frcuggisr^'fl!ndPDr. Patterson* Schuyler Monday afternoon iyhen she some of the articles offered for sale from Rev. S. W. Dickinson, I». D., St. George Darmody, who was injured fresh in the minds of many in the railroad accident of Sept. 8 and people. The usual business was tran who has since been at St. John's hos- erg. Dr. Putnam has been selected to di rect the work of the chorus this winter and C. W. Simmons wiH act as ac companist. which have been formulated the chorus will make two public appear ances before next spring and these concerts by an organization of male voices should prove of unusual in terest to the music lovers of the city. According to "the pton8, Following is a list of the officers of the chorus: Frank J. Thompson, pres iilont George D. Ashelman, vice pres idenf E. George Guthrie, secretary A. R. WatkJns, treasurer. The board of directors is composed of the above officers together with H. W. McArdle, E. R. Orchard and G. C. Grafton. W. F. Zutz will act as librarian. •tK«x® Mrs. Parker Paine, Mrs. ST. A. Bald win and Mrs. G. S. Churchill of Cas selton attended the Merry Wives of Windsor performance at opera house Wednesday evening!' First Peep at S Hau uot built up Those who call fcext week at Fargo's Fashion Shop will gain first peep at stunning new Call millinery which which has keen made up by our expert milliners together with direct importations which have arrived since the opening a week ago. i .j Everything Different This Season duy "Norwoglan national emblem. On the terday walls about the dining room were other I emblems familiar to the boys and the' Harlan W. Hsk, our fftfmar daan. arrangement there as well as at the bas just returned from his summer s ber of parents and citizens responded table evidenced the artlctlc ability of work in the wcot and Canada and is to the invitation. Mr. Sorenson's mother and sisters, en route to his new home in Wash- I The reception committee was ar After dinner the evening was made ington, D. C. In spite of many rough ranged in groups At the door the "most enjoyable by music and games frontier experiences, he is In ex- guests were gree ed by r. and stories Miss Sorenson playing on cellent health. The T. Vf, THE CONGREGATIONALIST9. The Final Sessions Were Interesting-— Meeting a Success. Jamestown, N. D., Sept. 27.—To The Forum: The frost visible thi# morn- ing Qn the s|dewanis service or in the center of the table was a graceful arrangement of purple and covering various aspects of evangelism, lavender verbenas, the 'same pretty beneficence and the spiritual life. In M. Edmands, the president ol! the so ciety, whose tragical, untimely death 8acted. pltal, has recovered sufficiently f&J hearty endorsement of the present su leave the institution today. perintendent, Rev. G. J. Powell, by a 1 ballot vote, recommending Iris reap- Th3 Ladies of the Maccabees gavel pointment to the office he now Alls, a pound auction social after the regu-) During the day and evening the aa lyjf session last Wednesday evening, sociation was favored with addresses were unique and caused much merri- Paul Rev. Theo. Clifton, D. ,D., Chl nient, $5.27 being added to the treas- cago Rev. Frank K. Saunders, D. D., ury and everybody had a good time. Boston, and Mrs. Ida Vose Woodbury, This was the second of a series of so- Boston. cial evenings which the L. O. T. M. has Never before has the association planned for the fall and winter. On been so highly favored in speakers Oct. 20 they will give Hallow'een ^'rom abroad, both as to#number and pfjirty and all members are expected high grade performance. Nor was the to come dressed as goblins or witches, work of the members of the body in or in other appropriate costume. A fprior to that of former gatherings, local elocutionist will recite Tam *ut 1" «ome respects superior The O'Shanter's Ride. Witches broth programme Itself was broad and com and jack o'lantern pie will be served, prehensive—too full, if anything, for gxj§ i the time it was to nil. the way of improving their vocal pow- The temple male chorus will hold Its) The series of bible studies—four first meeting of the year Monday studies—given by Dr. Saunders, would evening when ntembers of the organl- alone have richly repaid any one for zation will gather in the Masonic tem- all expense he might have been put pie and the work for the coming sea- to in attending the meetings. Mrs. son will be outlined and gotten under Woodbury's two addresses were worth way. The chorus was very successful going miles to hear. Rev. C. H. Phll In its work last year and the outlook HPS t*16 pastor of the church housing for the coming season is even more the association, deserved "'£h bright. Meetings are to be held every praise he received for the work he pu Monday from now until the first of, on the programme and in the meeting. May and the members of the organi- The moderator, Rev. J- K- Bat en, zation expect to accomplish much In of One important item was the Valley ln moderated the meeting splendid fashion and so contributed to its success. The woman's missionary, meeting for the election o£ officers, etc., was held in the M. E. church and resulted as Prcglaen,_M„. Mig ouri Rlver fr mora ill close W liud. Such auvel shapes and lovfely colors, deep and rich. Von should see thesi* TCH ELL'S 610 FRONT STREET rARGO. NORTH DAKOTA A large delegation of students at tended Parsifal on Monday night. FARQO COLLEGE Rev. E. M. Vittum, D. D. of Grlnnell, college at the state association of Con was a college visitor last Thursday, gregational churches held In Jamea Dr. Vittum has been for fifteen years town this week. In his address First pastor of the leading Congregational Impressions of Our Opportunity, be church of Iowa. His close relations said that the college was worthy of and many services to Iowa college the hearty support of North Dakota and its students, made him a guest people because of its strong faculty, all were glad to hear and greet. a conservatory second to none In the A most excellent helpful address northwest, and because it stood for a was given by him when conducting straight four year course rather than chapel devotion. He was entertained short cuts. He emphasized and show at noon dinner by Dr. and Mi's. St rat- ed how valuable, to one In any liM ton and in the evening at Jones hall, of work, was a classical training. The conservatory has an enrollment as large as a year ago at this time. hearing the TT. s. flag the other the G. J. Powell were chapel visitors yes- faculty of Fargo college, was held In the assembly room of Jones hall, Sat urday evening, Sept. 22. Though the weather was unfavorable, a large num- very cosy room In Jones hall, and it Is Fargo college—helped to make the ev provlng quite a popular resting place ening one of purely social enjoyment, with the young ladies. Friends of the college are always welcome In Its halls, not only at ao- did not get on the sessions of the Congregational State association. The high water mark of interest was attained. The character istic features of the morning session were reports of committees 011 various branches of the state woric. inter spersed with papers and addresses l. B. Flanders of Fargo. Vice Presidents of Fargo Associa tion—Mrs. C. II. Hobart of Buxton, Grand Forks association. Mrs. J. If. Smith of Crary Jamestown associa tion, Mrs. G. S. Bascom of Hurdsfleld association, Mrs. S. H. Grey of Wilton Mouse River asso ciation, Mrs. Liongnecker of Fort Ber- Will Soon 13 A The Misses Leslie and Hibbard en tertained the young ladies of the dor mitory informally last Tueaday attg*' lng. Rev Mr- Hitchcock of Hope and Rev. I The opening reception, given by tlM and Miss Moore, Dean and Mrs. Strat ton, and Professor George. The com- C« A. have furnished a' mon interest of all—the welfare of D«Wi Stratton represented Fargo clal functions but as everyday visitors. thold Wahpeton association, Mr*, 3* M. Crawford of Wahpeton. R. F. D. Secretary—Mrs. A. Young of Wahpeton. Treasurer—Mrs. E. H. Stlckney. of Fargo. The W. B. M. elected the follow ing: V President—Mnfcr. ifs F. Dudley, Fargo. Secretary—Mrs. C. Cooper of Cooperstown. ... Treasurer—Mrs. R, M. Cowen of Cooperstown. Cor. X. Mat«on'« Restaurant* Front st. First-ciass service. Ion room and kitchen open to visitors. You have spent money which you should have saved Looking backward makes men dissatisfied and lashes them into action and teaches them the necessity of Saving Money Don't grow discouraged because you can only save a dollar at a time. Ttyrn good intentions into good actions by beginning now—not tomorrow—not sometime, but today. Call oa us and we will loan you A Pocket Bank that will make you save. Write for booklet "How to Save Money." "The Savings and Loan" No. 11 Sn»tay. Be KEEP YOLli EYE ON TIliS SPACE Here!