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i.y.\. ?. V' i I u^-s ,, -t *, if v -'tf* *y V'* ''-^Vi-V- 4 :'»/.• ,** & V -.4% A? **, •_ .,i I*° 1 y $r itt 1 v 1 1 v Kargo wag far from being dull dur ing the week. There was a constant «'hivl of gaiety, dinners, luncheons and fridge parties, all adding zest to the Week's pleasures. Island park Is be ginning to fold away its somber win tar garb and come forth in all the beaoty of spring coloring, and as the Wjeason progresses it will no doubt en joy its usual popularity as a *place for liinily picnics ana garden parties.- Idrs Frank Wolfe and little baby of lna, N. D.. are visiting friends _in rgo thfe week. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Price had as .clr guest during the week Neil Shan n of Chicago. Mr. Shannon is a usin of Mrs. Price and WAi grfcatly ased with Fargo. •viMfk Mrs. R. K. Kellar and daughter (leline of Casselton spent the week Faigo, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. cwart.f.' Dorothea. -XT' Mrs. R. 3. Adama of. JUlsbon yas a •rgo visitor Wednesday, ^gxas -v Mrs. L. M. Wallever expects tQ leave ttx»ut June 8, to spend the summer Vilth her parents at Taeoma. Wash. $hc will be accompanied by her daugh- v- Mayor Johnson and Alderman Gummings. who are at West Baden. Md.. for their health, are both irri ftroving. They will return home about &o first 6# July. W ..« ©Mrs. D. (J. Scoby delightfully enter ^ined at her beautiful home Tuesday evening the ladies of the Scandinavian €. T. U The parlors and librae re beautifully decorated in red and ite. carnations, on each napkin was placed a delicate boquet of white dais itjp tied with a dainty white ribbon. A bfautiful musical programme -.$ras given, also speeches and readings, af tat all business h&d been transacted delicious refreshments were served by the .hostess. X[r. and Mnf. Ft. Jf^llon 'ana Miss Dagny Jjeluon" will' maK^ their lKJiKe at Mrs. Mclntyre's on Eighth street south until the jammer resorts open at the lakes. y- """T 1 V. A beautifully appointed-4venl.^',the week ip society was the higii tea given tig- Mesdames O. J. and Eugene de l^endrecie Monday afternoon as a Votn- pliment to Mrs. W. J. i Towle of St. Baul. Mrs. A. B. Cooling of Faribault. Minn., and Mrs. Oaiterman of St. Paol. The house throughout was decked in jStautiful purple and white violets. An elaborate menu was followed by Mjuchre. The prizes were choice and ttfindsome and were won by '1 Mrs. Superfluous 'M V rC' s, 4«dSS#»-r. ,/''*': '. 'JV^- ft *J.x -V 3 "VtJ ... 4v' 4 f\» -. =. 1 V. ,V* V .t ,v •*•. rrv- Removed iy tk« New Principle S)«3]limc(e| Jfct mMtetino to I!i«j,icri» sMfnct Jr. i« tb« Olllj gl»MWt ami pi-4u.-iit*» way tu Ue»troy hair. «)D't waste tlrafl expei-imeriunp with •lect.rol.v*i», Xray and depilatorieH These are oti'ereJ "voa 8i'turer*BARK i the WORD olthe operator* aod manu De Mirncle is not. It ia the only Method which is i ndorsed hv physicians, stirgeonn. 4truiafo1giitH mciJicHi journals snil prominent •Hagarines Hooklet fr*e, iu plain sealed en TOlop« IM Miritole mailed, Healed plain wrap Rr, lor by He Miracle iismical Co., 1UI2 rk Ave New York Your money back without aiie«lion 'no red tape) if it tails to do all that is /frimfeii for it. for xnie by all flrst.-clasg drug Yi-.u. depi.i iment stores nad O. J. deLENDRECIE'S. V 'V ,t- -vY. ,.v'-r N E W O S It Is now possible for everyone to have healthy and rich looking hair, by using Newbro's Her. Pickle, the ORIGINAL remedy that "kills the dandruff germ." The presence of the dandruff germ la tiie scalp causes first, dull, brittle and lusterless hair, with later, dandruff, itching scalp and fall* ing hair. All of these disagreeable symptoms will disappear, and the hair grow as nature intended, if the dandruff germ is destroyed and kept out of the scalp. Don't wait for chronic baldness for it Is incurable. Herpicide stops itching of the scalp, almost instantly. '1 "I cannot speak too highly of Newbro's Herpicide, it keeps my hair and scalp in excellent condition." (Signed)—MRS. NETTIE KARBACH, Omaha, Nebr. Vi JK* Two Si/ea:—50c and $1.00 at Drug Stores. Send 10c in stamps to THE HERPICIDE CO., Dept. L, Detroit, Mich., for a sample. Be sure yon get Herpicide. iiann, Mrs. Copllng and Ifn. H. O. Bd* wards W. Q. yNeH and Dr W-* Htisthi of Crawfordsville, Ind., are visiting in tbis city «s the guests of Howard OrNeii. .... &&& i Mre. JJ. f^vProbfetfleld and t^rjo chil tften returneh Sunday from the east where they have been visiting for sev eral months. W. A. Hamilton of Winnipeg is the gueBt of his brother, R. M. Hamilton of this city. i J. A. Chesley and daughters, the Misses Eva and Julia, are expected home tonight after spending three weeks at Hunters Hot Springs, Mont Mrs. W. J. Clapp left Tuesday for Grand Forks where she attended the convention of the Foreign Missionary society. Mrs. Max Stern is entertaining Mrs. Guiterman 6t St. Paul. A. J. O'Shea, the well known archi tect. and Miss May Stanford, both of this city, went to Mapleton Saturday afternoon, where they were united in the bonds of wedlock. They had father an unpleasant experience on returning home, for they missed the train and come home in a rather prim itive vehicle. Their many friends ex tend congratulations and best wishes. They will be at home to their friends, after June 1» at 612 Front street. The bride for some time had .been employ ed in Mr. O'Shea's office itf clerk &nd stenographer. Mrs. A. B. Cooling who has been visiting Mrs. H. L. Starling, left last evening for her home in Faribault. «x»» Miss Helen Sears entertained a number of young ladies Sunday even ing complimentary to Miss Selma Aselson. who on June 3 is to become the bride of Iner Ingrebretsen. The house was prettily decorated and mu sic contributed to the joyousness of the occasion. «4tx» A. C. Volk. a well known business ma# d?r©iilut!i, spent a 'Ofjfa 'W' Ikftiref©, and put in considerable time at the Mas®nic temple, with which strucutre he was greatly pleased He Is an offi cial of the Scottish Rite bodies of the SSMOUfc city. v- B, G. Arbogast of this ic^ left \^wlnes«liay for an extended trip to New York city, and after spending a few da'ys there, he will go to Virginia, visit the big exposition and then spend a: feitv weeks with hi.s,4«b5ged mother, whom he has not seen for some time. It will be well along in the summer before he returns to Ffergo. fcSxS Dr. A. W. Hanson, of Albert Lea, Minn., has been visiting his brother, H. T, Hanson here, on his way from the cdast. He is much pleased with the appearance of Fargo. Mrs. Edward Keefe of Coeur D'Alene. Idaho, stopped over in Fargo on her way to Ortonville, to vi*it Mrs. Mayo. Hair HERPICIDE, Guaranteed under the Food and Drugr Act, June 30,1906. Serial Ns.9t9 APPLICATIONS AT PROMINENT in honor ba*^ M. THY HAIR FOR ALL BY USINQ A 1 y r, BARBER SHOPS Miss Btrchall, who hall feeilt S. «4x» One of the handsomest luncheons of the wtiek was the one given by Mrs. \V. J. Howe, Tuesday. Covers were laid for twenty-four and the floral ar rangements were unusually artistic. Pink and green were the dominant color tones and so gracefully were they arranged that a prettier table has not been seen for many months. A tall shower of pink roses were tied with an abundance of pink tulle, which floated over the table in pretty billows, made a beautiful center. The chandelier was covered with pink flow er shades. The table favors were pretty and unique. After luncheon two hours were delightfully spent in playing enchre w^th Mrs. A. B. Cool ing, Mrs. H. K. Starling and Mrs. W. C. MacFadden the fortunate prize win- THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, SATI KUAY l-lYKMNli. MAY 25, 1007. r-arty was Jfv M*f i -iting ladies. Dr^aVul M*&: tl.'-Vf? come! Weible hav« el- Kill to their home. Mrs. J*. B. Powers arrived Thursday from St. l?aul Where she has been visiting her sons since she and Mi. Powers returned from their winter's sojourn in Arkansas. While In St. Paul Mr. and Mrs. Powers celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. Mrs. J. W. Beebe gave a birthday party Monday afternoon for her little son David In celebration of his third birthday. The home of his grand parents," Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Frazer was prettily decorated for the occasion and many attractive little gifts were received by the honor guest. Twelve little boys and girls had the merriest time of their lives playing juvenile games and partaking of the many good things to eat prepared by Mrs. Beebe. The supper table held as a central adornment a large birthday cake with three lighted candles and vases of flowers. Miss Ruth ably assisted Mrs. Beebe in entertaining the children. That the reception and ball given by the juniors of the high school to the seniors of the same institution last Friday evening was a very successful affair from a financial &s well as a social point of view was Evidenced by the reports submitted at a meeting of the junior class which was held yes terday. The reports showed that the class entertained about 150 people at the dance and supper which followed and cleared a neat little sum of money. Mrs. J. M. Barlow of 515 Seventh street south, very pleasantly entertain ed the missionary society of the First Baptist church at her home Tuesday afternoon. Business matters pertain ing to thp society were discussed at length, after which a nice lunch was served. Invitations have been issued fy Miss Mclntyre and Ml&s Nelstfn for Friday evening May 31, to attend a party at the Mclntyre house, 611 Eighth street south in honor of Miss Vera Morrow and J. Thelan. '*i Little Miss Dorathea VanSiekle on Monday afternoon very pleasantly cel ebrated the tenth anniversary of hef birth at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Wansbrough, on Ninth street south, and fifty of her young friends were present and assist ed her in spending the day in a most agreeable manner. A nice lunch was served -fur- the children and Miss Dorathea. received some very nice presents. Mrs. G. W. Kerr of MinneapQll* will arrive in Fargo the coming week and be the guest of Mrs. C. E. Davis and Mrs. H. R. Turner. Mrs. F. W. Weedo and son of-Den ver, Col., will visit friend^ In Fargo, next week. •V -v tow an extended trip east, wljyere she attended the national kindergarten meet and visited the leading school of kinder garten in Philadelphia, returned Tues day morning to resume her work in that line here. Mrs. J. D. Farrand gave pleasure to thirty tfedy friends Wednesday' after noon, In entertaining at euchre in com pliment to Mrs. A. B. Cooling of Fari bault, Minn^ Aside from the card playing there was much to enjoy in th^ party, and not the least of the at tractions was the beautifully decorated tea table. It held a basket Of pink roses and their color was accentuated by a liberal use of pink tujle, which was tied in a loose bow on the basket and waved in pretty effect over the table, the ladies In their dressy toilets adding greatly to the pretty effect. In the euchre contest the prises were particularly beautiful and were award iTIEiKARBAGH ed Mrs. W. J. Moulton, Mrs. C. H. Por rltt and Mrs. A. B. Cooling. «KgX» Mrs, Alfred Guiterman of St. Paul is ft guest of Mrs. Max Stern* I Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Collins, who--fur-1 merly resided In Cando, have decided to make their residence in Fargo In the future, Mr. Colling having purchased the Osgood farm and several other pieces of property near this city. Mr*. Rollins arrived in Fargo last eyenlng after spending the winter with rela tives in Wisconsin. Mt-s. J. deLendrerie •W-irtftVfifcNt!*- trait Friday morning to open the beautiful villa on the lake. i Mrs. C. B. Hay of Mapleton and Mrs. A. C..Cooper of Lisbon spent Fri day in Fargo. *Sx» E. J. Weiser returned Thursday from an extended visit at the IWfl^e Of Jiis mother in Decorah, Ia. George W. Carpenter, of this city, has started for New York, to attend the funeral of his brother, Dr. H. W. Carpenter of Oneida, N. Y. -The de ceased was an uncle of Or. penter of Fargo. G. A. daughter at the Weible home. Cur- 4MM* Mrs. Taylor and children returned Monday from California where they spent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Towrte of fit* Paul are guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. deLendre eie. Mr. Towle is head of the fir in which makes the famous Log Cabin maple syrup. J. C. Hegge, one of Hickson's pros perous farmers, accompanied by his mother. Mrs. M. P. Hegge and his sister, Miss Minnie Hegge, Is spending a few days in this city/4'- Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Morris entertain ed at dinner Friday evening, with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Towle of St. Paul and Mrs. A. B. Cooling of Faribault, as quests of honor. Covers were laid for twelve and an elaborate menu was perfectly served. The guests remain ed during the evening and enjoyed different games of cards, and the en joyment of a social hour. Friends of Miss Lucille Gundlach, who for some time made her home In Fargo and was prominent in local musical circles, but left here about a year ago to complete her musical studies in Minneapolis, will tie pleased to know that she is making progress and has already received considerable recognition. She is to take the part of Martha in the opera of that name which will be given by a prominent musical organization in the new audi torium at St. Paul on the last three evenings of this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fred^lCk and two children of Buffalo are visiting for a^few days in this city. J. Thelan who has been visiting Fargoiiriends a few days is spending a few days at his home in Stillwater, Minn., Mrg^' Smith*waa hostess at a ,v^rj,- ^j^rwng. bridge party Saturday afternoon informally for Mrs. A. B. Cooling. The highest scores being made by Mrs. EX E. Cole ami Mrs. U. Moirris. *.:*•/ E. Mrs! 15. M. Darrow is entertaining her sisters, Mrs. N. C. Gilkey of Grand Rapids, Wis., and Mrs. J. M. Burbank of Dujuth. They are here to admire Foxy (Grandpa Darrow's new grand Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott and Mrs. Plumley have gtone down to Melissa to see about opening their cottages they expect to return Monday. A beautifully appointed event of the week was the high tea given by Mrs. D. C. Darrow at her home in Moorhead Thursday afternoon as a compliment to Mrs. E. M. Darrow and Mrs. Mer rill of Fargo and their two sisters Mrs. Gilkey, of Grand Rapids, Wis., and Mrs. Burbank. of Duluth. Fra grant pink blossoms adorned the par lors and a most enjoyable afternoon was spent at this pleasant home. «xSx$. Mrs. N. K. Hubbard an.l daughter have returned from their winter trip and are at home to the^ friends at 503 Ninth street soflth. Mrs. Helen Hughes Laftyttnte of Min neapolis and Mrs. C. tJ. Batcheller of Fingal are guests of Dr. Elizabeth r.indlaub. 4 Mrs. S. J. Hill attended- the reception i Iven at'Tower City Friday evening Miss Mary E. Hill, who for the past wo years has been principal of the ublic schools of that city, and who y her untiring efforts for the good of ie schools endeared herself to the atrons and pupils. Miss Mary has L'cepted a position in the Hope schools the coming year, and her hosts of friends wish for her the same suc cess as she has enjoyed in Tower City. Mrs. W. R. Tlllotson is hostess at a pretty luncheon this afternoon at her home in Moorhead with Mrs. Corson of Spokane, Wash., as honor guest. The Cathedral guild met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Morton Page, at 607 North Broadway, and the members had a pleasant time. Miss Mary Elliott of Fargo, who Is studying at the New England Con servatory of Music, Boston, took part in a recital given vn Recital hall of the conservatory on the afternoon of May 18. Her selection was Rhein berger's Toccatina In GF minor. Op. 19, Pianojforte, which was Interpreted in a manner to secure applause from a large and representative au£tonqe| Miss Elliott has been studying..in pianoforte department of the conserve atory in which the pupils are expected as a part of their professional study to prepare themselves with a regular repertoire of pieces from the following masters: Bach, Handel or Scarlatti, Mozart, Haydn or Clementi, Beethoven, Schumann or Mendelssohn, Schubert Weber, Chopin. Liszt, Brahms, s'schaikowsky, Rhelnberger and Mae iowell. The recitals such as the one in which Miss Elliott took part, are not intended as exhibitions but as exer cises for the pupils in public per forming. Only those of the more than a,500 students of America's largest mu sic school who have attained consider able technical proficiency, get the op portunity to appear. I Guaranteed under Pure frod und ttrutfr'Lfcv#, ^erisfttfo. 891» Dr. Jones' leaver'OH has found a permanent home with thous ands of families for its marvelous sooth ing andt qualities in the severest pains and aches, wherever located, such as rheumatism, "neuralgia, headache. toothache, stiff and swollen Joints, lamepess, sprains and bruit s. ®, V- ~*Beaver Oil goes through the pores as soon as applied to fhe se4t Of fMfctfl, and affords quick relief. It rec|uires,i)u^ little^rubblyig. Beaver Oil effects a speedy cure if^ijfca'atxot&lng t^h^ ®i^y»ftpped around the bottle. ?5 1 For sale by SHOTWaL v Mr. Thos. Mason, Insurance Agent, 129-131 Dorchester. Ave., 8. Boston, Mass., writes: "I cannot say toft mtrch'iti faVr of Braver Oil. I suffered with a fractured hip and Injured back uh the result of an accident. I used every remedy known to me an«!f Irtstead of getting better I got worse, rheumatism having sfcf FARGO COLLEGE. The Wednesday chapel exercises were interestingly conducted by C. A. Carrlel, the genial Y. M. C. A. secre tary for Norm and South Dakota. Last Tuesday evening the Y. M. A. was at home at the club house honor of Mr. Carrlel. Conversation, singing, violin solos and refreshment gave a very pleasant evening to Professor ltcan and hi* pfepapttt botany class went a mUe Op th#rtv-i Thursday botanizing.- 'Mrs. W. W. Cook, Mrs. Horsfoio. Mrs. Amldon and Miss Agmar wi 1. among the chapel' visitors this week Professor Wanner's friend, W. A. Rice, visited hftgi this week. The question of Resolved^tiliit 1.1 United States Should Continue o Policy of Restricting the Immigration of Chinese laborers was Interesting discussed in Miss Moore's class in de bate last Thursday. John Pol lot. K speaking for the affirmative won. On Monday evening the H. C. Si lit erary society held one of the m6st in teresting meetings of the year. The participants were nearly all seniors, this being their last appearance before the society. Mr. Pollock delivered an oration. Miss Crawford's paper on Judge Lindsay and the Juvenile Courts. Mr. Crabbe's character sketch on Adam Bede and M^ss McKim's original story were well prepared and brought forth favorable comment from the critic, Mr. Beaven, who acted in the place of the regular critic, Mr. Pol lock. Mr. Carlton gave a pleasing solo. Night and Morning. Then fol lowed a series of progressive im promptus, The subjects were chos«*n by the president, each speaker being at liberty to choose the succeeding speaker. Mr. Stenerson who spoke on Today's Victory over the A. C. plainiy showed his ability to speak extempor aneously. Mr. Pollock's subject very opportunely happened to be After Graduation What? His Imitation of the average be-whiskered commence ment speaker was very comical. Oth ers giving extemporaneous speeches were Miss Madorah Smith, Mr. Bough ton, Miss Mourn and Miss Frederick son. For the sake of parliamentary drill, It was moved to dismiss all the present officers of the society. The discussions which followed were enter ed into by all the members of the so ciety. Miss Chris'tine Brown's name was proposed for membership. The next meeting of the H. C. S. will be an open one and all outsiders are in ^ted to come and see what the society has been doing this year. The pro gramme will consist of recitations and essays and musical numbers and promises to be a very good one. It will be held In the chapel on Satur day evening, June 8, at. eight o'clock Tomorrow President Vlttum deliver an address before the graduating class of the Hlllsboro high school. Later he will give commencement addresses at Tower City and Hawley. He will also speak at Kensal next week..* N o a i e a n i o i Cleveland Leader. "Why, Bobbie Jones! I never heard such wicked language." "Well ma, Chaucer, uses It." "Then yoU-nia«t tqult playing with Itfovat once.'H .* iX*.* Huge Rat Shows FigK*., Attacked by a vicious rat as lie v\:ih walking across the Friend's high school yard at Morrestown, N. ,f re cently, Joseph Pierson had a lively fight before he succeeded In dispatch ing the rodent with a club. The rat had great long claws, curved teet£ and long ha|r. It weighed three pounds. Mrs. Eliaa Fish, ^.ged 94. a wonder fully well preserved resident of JBpv erly. N. J, ha* had a great d«al of fighting blood fn her family. Both her grandfathers fought in the revolution- MM ft GRAVER, Florists ZZF. Do not send any farther than Fargo for fresh cut flowers for weddings, etc. Funeral designs of every description made up on short notice. Palms, ferns, geraniums, pansies and all kinds of bedding plants. Gold fish, globes, fish food, canary birds. Special attention to out-of-town orders. Write for Catalogues. s 1 h- large number of young men there. Work was begun this week on M1 True's new house to be erected 'i. Sixth street south. Miss Agnes Past, organist of tin First Congregational church, Norn, field, Minn., is a guest at the home Dean and Mrs. Stratton, and will main for commencement. •PS IS in n 4tik*l(6^ti»lli*^i'-^iid crutches. Beaver Oil was recommended to me, and after iwlng four bottles I was entirely cured." Seemingly incurable cases have been cured with Beaver Oil. if you failed to get relief from other remedies, and are growing from bad to worse, get a bottle of Beaver Oil and be $p|j#pted bf-Jts virtues. -f H. H. CASSELMAN, ..JMePQ.tyAjUP QRUG CO*« WALDORF PHARMACY. to use ary war. hvr father and two brother? were in the war of 1812, hfer husband fought In Mexic,y, her three sons weijt through the civil war from start to iinlsh and when McKinlev issued his call at the outbreak of trouble with S a i n e i s & w e n o the froat. v..v «n-w:..| liy i "'••wr* 616 Second Ave. N. Id Call 423 flood Things to Eat SATURDAY SPECIALS I 1 We have four Vans, each onp capablc of moving" great quanti ties of household good&« It is now MOVING TIME We transfer your ef fects in short order and with care! *PHone rs. T.lYoiifSCo. Office at Waldorf. £5o •iFreah Wax BeaBfl per lb Fi e«h Spinach tffe per lb-. Green Oaiont u-nVsrti per hunch.....v Fresh Radishes per bunch..., Leaf Lettuce' per bunch .V .".".1 re ah Rhubarb IwesteifST" per lb. *V* Florida Celery A c. O Ilo 7o 1 A^ ioo e s i k A v i i O Florida Grape Fruit each Fancy Arkansas Straw* berries, qt. boxes Fancy, large Pineapples each Fancy medium Pineap ples, each.. I.... Fancy Evaporated Pea Ji* es,per lb Extra Choice Apricots per lb Horse Shoe Brand Pure 8O0 26o Corn Starch, 3 pkgs for Horse Shoe Brand Pure g% Gloss Starch, 3 for 2tOO Calumet Sosp S bars Diamond %ap /V 7 7 bars tor........f Santa Claus and Lenox Soap, 6 bars for V..,... Bermuda Onions 3 ^bi for Eggs, strictly fresh, perdoi.......... Wisconsin Full Cream Cheese, per lb ......... *iJiL PROiWPT DELIVERY MOVE E #." :p 22o 25o i 25o 25o 25o 26o I60 20o i 1 THS BOWKL0 AUDI WORK OF# A 0OLD WiTHTHBOfcJGUUL 2 COUGH Sold by McDor«id Drug Co.