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Mrs. J. H. Fitchell is visiting her Sister, Mr*. Cole, In Minot. Miss EJllie Rea will leave this even ing for San Diego, Oal., to spend the winter, Mrs. M. F. Holderman has returned to the city after a visit with Mrs. StTingham of Fergus Falls. Mrs. C. P. Thurston of Mandan came to the city last evening to spend a few days with her daughter. Mrs. Ben Glaze. Doctors Eckman, Whitcomb and Tompkins of Grand Forks were pres ent at the state dental board meeting here this wfcek Mies Katherine McMillan is expect ed to pass through the city the latter part of the week on her way home to Wheatland from Grand Forks, where •he is a student at the university. The Ladies' Aid of St. Mark's Eng lish Lutheran church will meet with Mrs. J. M. Johnson of 23 Tenth street south Thursday afternoon at 2:30. A cordial invitation is extended to all The social evening which had been planned by the M. A. R. S. club has been postponed indefinitely on account of other social functions which require the presence of a number of the mem bers. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. M. Smith will leave Monday to spend the holidays with Mrs. Smith's mother in Winona. Minn., and from there they will go to New York, returning in about three weeks. A member of the Fargo Musical club says that Miss Dagny Nelson of Eleventh street south will have charge of the next meeting of the club, not MISB Wilson as has been erroneously stated. Mrs. Charles Hermanson. 1509 Third avenue north, has been confined to her room with a severe attack of rheumatism and is under the doctor's care. Her friends trust that she will be able to be up and around again by Christmas time at least. About eighty of the society members pf the city attended the Yeomen party ®iven lart evening in Pirie's hall. The floor was in good- condition and an excellent musical prpgramme was 4anced through. The next Yeoman party will take place after the holi days. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Clisbe and daughter, Miss Claire wilt leave the litter part of next week for Janesvllle, Wis., and will also visit In Chicago tthd Milwaukee. They, were accom panied by Mrs. Clisbe's mother, Mrs. fielle Sallide, and will not return un til about the middle of January. A pretty Informal affair of Satur day afternoon was the tea given by Mrs. Harry Wooledge in her dainty apartments in the North Dakota Im provement building, for Mrs. C. J. Ireys, who Is the guest of her gunt. Mrs. J. g. Watson, of Eighth street ftnith. A small number of young lady guests were invited to meet Mrs. Ireys. The, many Fargo, and Moorhead friends of Miss Mosell Weld, daughter Of Professor and Mrs! Weld of Moor head will be delighted to learn that •he is improving nicely after her oper ation. Miss Weld was brought home ftom the Wisconsin university last Week and the operation took place at the Northwestern hospital in Moor head. Miss Lucy Weld, who is teaching school at Fergus Falls spent & short time at home with her par ents. returning yesterday to her school fcuties. Grand Forks Times: Misses Vivian Dinnie and Geraldine Jacobi will be the first of the college girls to arrive from their eastern institutions of learning to spend the holidays at home, they being expected next Saturday •vening. Miss Dinnie who attends National Park will leave Thursday and Mend a day in Chicago with a school ftfiend. Miss Jacobi will probably meet her there for she leaves Boston where she is a student at the Emersqn School of Oratory in time to make the same connections in Chicago, and ue Of est to the Fair MISS MARIE McCORMIC* PRESENTS e w i s s a w e BARITONE IN A SONG RECITAL THURSDAY EVENING, DEC. 15 IN STONE'S AUDTtORIUM •*. Tickets $1.00, at Casselman's, Crusofc's and Stonc*a» Call the society editor on either o! The Forum's four wires and ask The Forum central for No. 5. they will then make the rest, of the journey together. Curie Callander trtH return home Saturday from Harvard to spend the holiday.* with his parents. Dr. and Mri. C. N. Callander. The Ladles' Aid of the Broadway K. E. church will meet with MTs. Joe Cruikshank of 1008 Fifth street north Tuesday afternoon.' Will Magill, who is attending Princeton will not return home for the holidays, but will spend Christmas with friends in the east. The Ladies' Aid of th« First Nor wegian Lutheran church will meet'to inorrovv afternoon with Mrs. H. Olson of 1020 Third avenue south. The Misses Lucille Bristol and Alice Lewis will arrive home Saturday from National Park seminary to spend Christmas with their parents. Miss Alice .Haggart of the physical training department of the A. C. was called home to Boston Monday on account of the death of her father. Mrs. R. H. Bush and daughter. Miss Vera, expect to leave the latter part of the week to spend a short time with Mrs. Bush's father. Col. W. H. Robin son. B. H. Kress and' daughter, Miss Marie of Chicago, who were in the city to attend the burial services of Mrs. Cullen, returned last evening to their home. The Misses Harriet Hunt and Lor ine Pollock, and Charles Pollock 5u*e expected home Dec. 23, from the Wis consin university to spend Christmas holidays. Mrs. C.~ J. Ireys of Minneapolis, whb is the guest- of her aunt, Mrs. J. S. Watson of Eighth street south, ex pects, to leave the first of .next week for her home. The .Conamore club met Monday evening with Misa Ethel Gibson of Eighth street south. The evening was spent in sewing and'dainty refresh ments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sherman are vis iting friends in Hallock, Minn., where Mr. Sherman was formerly station agent. He is now in the employ ot-the Western L^nion in this city. The Clover Leaf card club met yes terday afternoon with Mrs. A. W. Dewey of Fifth street north. Mrs. Mason of Second avenue south and Mrs. Paul", Martin of Fourth avenue south won the prizes. At 5 o'clock re freshments were served. The club will postpone their metting until after the holidays, when they will meet with Mrs. F. J. Tifltchler of Eleventh street north. Mrs. Byron Massie and little daugh ter, Marion, arrived in the city yes terday and were the guests for today of Mrs. Massie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Everhart of Fifch avenue south. Miss Massie will leave this afternoon to join. Mr. Massie at Grand Forks junction. From there they will go to Kansas City to spend the holidays with Mr. Massie's, parents, and will spend some time in St. Louis, Chicago and Minneapolis before returning home after the first of the year. Miss Jessie Hoover, dean of women of the A. C., delightfully entertained the senior girls and members of the home economics faculty last evening at her apartments on Thirteenth street north at a 6 o'clock dinner. The menu was a very sumptuous one and was perfectly served. The table was very attractive with candles and white car* nations, the place cards being hand painted in blue and white, the class colors. After dinner a few hours were spent with sewing and conversation. The guests from the senior class were the Misses Anna Lamb, Isabel Rose, Agnes Halland, Elsie Pelissier, Louise Campbell. Lillian Pearson, and Hughi na Mckay. The members of the fa©# Gifts Women '-Vi.lt Mi -'ir* Mnimnifs Tf Prize Any woman will prize the gift of a pretty Handbag, especially if it comes from "Monson's." The name "Mon son" has stood for character and sin cerity inj leather goods for over a decade of Christmas seasons. At the Hotels F. G. Lewis of Blnford is registered at the Waldorf, hotel. L. Schossow of Chaffee is regis tered at the Gardner hotel. Afrt Munroe vf-Valley City registered at a local hotel this morning. Willilm Piper of Leonard was an arrival in .e City this morning. H. P.. Taylor was an arrival in the city tjr«fs morning from Jamestown. C. H. Meader and W. E. Gllmore are citizens of Judd who are in Fargo. Charles Glatt Bismarck arrived in Fari-o this morning from the capital city. W. J. Courtenay of Page is in Far go attending to legal business mat ters. Mrs. M. BJ. Camlng and daughter of Hen3rum are registered at the Prftscoft hotel. Miss Bernice Lamiels, Miss Ellen Lovell and Thomas Hlfter of Sykeston are in the city. O. A. Hegge and M. A. Idles are prominent residents of "Minnewaukon who are in Fargo. 4' D. A. Dlnnie of Mlnort is a Fargo visitor from the magic city who irf registered at the Metropole hotel. Mrs. 'Leo Smith, Mrs. Thomas Sus sex and C. L. Shippy of Hope are registered at one of the local hotels. G. H. Olmsted, J. C. Sim and P. O. Thorson of Grand Forks are Fargo visitors,j _from the state university town. .* J. W." Maxweli of Grafton, the well known funeral supply traveling sales man, reeiatered at a local hotel this rooming. James Denby,'John H. Deily mn&sT. F. Ellsworth arfc among the residents of New Rockford who are registered at the Webster hotel. ulty were, the Misses Thompson and Donaldson and Mrs. Ash. Mrs. w. J. Howe entertained, one of the bridge clubs yesterday afternoon. All members of the Y. M. C. A. are invited to be present at the Christmas party to be given this evening by «the Y. W. C. A. in the parlors of the latter. Each guest is asked to bring some present with,him not exceeding 5 cents in value. Oriental Rugs A» nOw being shown by .the Oriental Rug Co. of New York city. The in creasing value with age, the lasting quality and the meritorious splendor show money well invested, and is a constant reminder at home. Preemi nently the most acceptable Chrfstmas gift. At Geo. Denis, 206 North Broad, way. STATE WEDDiNGB. A very pretty wedding occurred at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mc Shane of Ross when their daughter, Elmina Pearl, was wedded to Michael Henry Gillespie. Dec. 7. The wedding ceremony was performed by Father O'Neil of Williston, In the presence of relatives and friends. Their future home- will be on the bridegroom's homestead near the Missouri river. Married at noon on Tuesday,* by Father Perry of New Rockford, at the home of the bridegroom, Burrounded by intimate friends and relatives. f- A Gift tm Leather la Wop,w ifWi Bay Leather Goods at a Leather Store I A I I O I S I E wMife-- 618 Front Street Fargo, No. Dak. THE FAKGO FOHUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN", WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1010. Youthful Heiress Who Heads Plant Worth $6,000,000 Ik JS" Adolph Smith and Miss Minnie Sater. The bride is the eldest child of Mrs Fred Sater and has resided in Obefon since childhood. The bridegroom Is the-only son of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Smith. The happy couple left amid a shower of rice and old shoes for Con crete, p'einbina county, where they ex pect to make their -future home, the bridegroom having accepted a respon sible position with the Great Kortfeern railroad at the pllce. Miss Sarah Ethel Beasey and Al bert Maurace Miller were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mtr. A. F. Beasey. who reside one and one-half miles west of Liberty postofflce. 1 iiSlBa •f, z CATHERINE BARKER. Ohic4go. Dec.' I*."—-C&therine Barker, the 14-year-old daughter of the late John H. Barker of Michigan City, Ind.. i was formally notified that she was the I owner of one of the largest manufac turing plants in the world and that'sho ranks with the Krupp sisters as the actual owner of a gigantic plant, i The will of Mr. Barker, who was the owner of the Haskell-Barker Manu i u cturlng Co., was read to his relatives. Al.hough it was admitted that the daughter of the millionaire had been given, the factory and plaht, all de tailed' Information concer.'.ng 01 her bequests of Mr. Barker was re fused. The estate totals $6,000,000. "There is nothing of importance for the public in the will," was "the only answer given out at the Barker home. 1 "The will is to be filed for probate Clarence Lee will receive two young later. At the present time, there is ladles in their home for three months nothing to say." Lessons in Right Living, French, Eng- i It is expected that the will provides lish Literature and Cooking. Each for the appointment of a number of i week visits will be made to art gal-I trustees who w ill care for the man- leries, opera or theatre. Correspond-| agement of the factory—the largest of ence invited. New York, Philadelphia,! Its kind in the world—until MiSs Bar-[ Chicago and Denver references. Ad-I k**r completes her education. Then the dress Church of th* Restoration, Sev ,.,'n.ng woman ig esi'e'-.ed tu Uike per- enteenth apd JPUUuM- I irn. «jfe!qp. i-PWt.'- BwgT, .. 4, *7 v Reverend Hugh Hay, pastor of the Methodist church of Lemmon, S. D., officiated. Mr. Miller is the prosperous young merchant of Liberty, coming there from Hawarden, la.," one year ago. He has fitted a suite of rooms over tito store. At the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Netvcommer, near Zion, Thursday, Dec. 1, occurred the marriage of Thomas J. Barnhart end Miss Flossie Newcommer, Rev. J, Q. Kesler, officiating. The bride is a very popular young woman among her friends and acquaintances and the bridegroom is one of the most respect ed and prominent young farmers in Twin Hill township. The happy couple will go to housekeeping at once on the Barnhart farm about seven miles northwest of Ejeland. On Wednesday morning, Dec. 7, at the home of the bHde's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Jenson, thirty miles north of Glasgow, Mont., occurred the marriage of ^Miss Anna Karine to Boren H. Hougland and Miss Agnes Rebecca to Samuel W. tSunlock. The wedding was a very quiet one and attended only by the closest friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hougland 'will go to housekeeping on the bridegroom's ranch north of Glasgow, while Mr. and Mrs. Gunlock are expected to arrive In Columbus the last of the week, and will take up their abode in the Elmer Kurts house in that city. LET ME SHOP FOR YOU All kinds of shopping and house fur nishing arranged. Faultless taste in selecting coats, gowns, millinery, house decorations. Trousseaux a specialty. Season's choicest models charmingly executed. General shopping done for out of town patrons. Satisfaction guaranteed. Highest references. Cor respondence solicited. Mrs. Elizabeth Devenpeck, 202 Fifteenth street south, Fargo, N. D. STATE EVENTS. 5 N ||r -Tiie MAN ^HisWORK, NOgift 1 Perhaps one or the most dellgfitful and enjoyable functions on the social calendar this season was the recep tion given last week by the Women's clubs of Valley City to the faculty and teachers of the public and normal school. The hall was tastefully decor ated with ferns and red carnations, a cozy corner was arranged with screens, rugs and easy chairs and prettily decorated with cut flowers for those who wished to converse or rest. Frappe and wafers were served from a corner table daintily trimmed with green and white, the club colors, and was presided over by Mesdames Pres lier. Frldd. Runyon. and Nlelson. In the reception line were President and Mrs. McFarland, Superintendent and Mrs. Hanna. Mrs. Frank White and Mrs. N. C. Young, the state president from this city, and the presidents of each Valley City club, who were Mrs. .E. Featherstone, Mrs. Una Her rick, Mrs. Hilborn. Mrs. Frank Ploy har and Professor Froysaa. The Codding orchestra dispersed sweet music during the evening and Mes dames Gordon and Stenberg favored the company with an exquisite selec- VISIT OUR tlon on the piano. Mrs. Young gave a most interesting and instructive ad dress on North Dakota literature and read some verses of her own composi tion. Horns Rules. A westert)1 newspaper in comment ing on the statement made by the wife of Victor Berger, the ftrst man elected to congress on a socialist ticket, says that one more union is needed and that is. a union of house wives. The editor lays down the fol lowing rules for the home: "All wives shall be treated as well as the servants. "Wives shall not b# expected to work before 5 o'clock in the morning or after 10:00 at night and they shall have time to sit down and eat and even time to talk and think. "Walking with the baby between ths hours of 10 p. m. and 5 a. m. shall be done by the husband exclusively as the mother walks with the baby the rest of the time. "Husbands that can afTord to buy 10-cent cigars for total strangers can 11 TTT carry out her father's plans and poli cies In person. For the past year the girl has been at home with her father, who took the death of his wife, a little over a year ago, much to heart. Before tha* time she had attended a private sphool ii Detroit. It is expected that she wll return there after her father's funeral to complete her education, which fo the past year has been under the care of private tutors, Miss Barker, despite the fact thatsh* lias been an heiressto millions for years, is noted for her youthful de mocracy. and numb^r^ among her closest friends many of the younger children of Michigan city whose par ents do .noi possess as many cents as her father did dollars.' £. The Reverend Dr. and Mrs. John i v r* v. DOUBT you have cogitated over the gifts you are to give and the correct for someone is still undecided upon. Let us suggest an Apollo Player Piano, the most charming and appropriate gift that you could possibly select for wme music loving home. In] addition| to rare beauty of appearance, th^ APOLLO is the ONLY Player-Piano that operates directly ojn the keys. Others 'don t, because they "can't I his, is a patented Apollo feature. The APOLLO is the original 88 note player, and the ONLY one now playing all 88 *£te music. The Apollo is the only player on which you can transpose any one of the eight different ke^». The XPOLI X) is the ONLY player which rewinds automatically, and with a spring (clock work) motor which keeps perfect time regardless of variations in the pump ing. The APOLLO is the ONLY Player-Piano without a hole for the pedals. It t® the only mouse-proof Player Piano. These are excellences which are essential. The wonderful scope of this wonderful instrument its almost human adaptability the sweetness, volume and melody which it produces can only be likened to the performance of a brilliant pianist, it pfays whatever your mood may demand grave or gay classic or popular all music can be rendered with power and brilliancy on the APOLLO PLAYER-PIANO. PIANO DEPARTMENT SPEND AN HOUR OR THE ARISTOCRATS OF THE MUSIC WORLD. Free Concerts Daily In our Phonograph Dept. afford to buy decent clothes for their own wives—and a f#»w hats. "When a husband bujs two tickets for a theatrical performance the wifs Shall occupy one of the seats. "Wives have nerves as well as hus bands. Every time a husband com plains about his nerves the wife shall have a right *to Complain about hers. "It Is Jus4 as hard to stay at home and look after a family and manage a small Income well as it is to go out and work a few hours and earn the money. Therefore, the money ought to be equally divided. If the wife has to ask for it every time she wants It, In stead of having money given to her regularly and freely, let the husband ask every time he «-ants a meal of anything else—instead of having meal? given to him freely and regularly." For children: for adults—Nic Nacs, 24 varieties. They are cookies made by Manchester Biscuit Co. C!i*p Susy at Rathskeller. Moor has r!. However, the moon can come back all right ever* time. Christmas Evergreens^ Flowers and Floral Designs Suitable For Christmas and Christmas Trees LOOSE HOLLY AND BOXWOOD FOR DECORATIONS ORDERS BY MAIL OR PHONE PROMPTLY FILLED—4—• 1WELL FLORAL CO ESTAilLI&HEiJ 1 QUARTER,OF A CE&TL'iii Broadway and Front Street, Fargo1-U IT *.. It* Ufa OIUOIKAJ. 8 -NOTE Player. TWO AMONG FURNITURE CO. 12-14 Broadway Fargo, s North Dakota ORDER OF RED CROS8. Eminent Commander•— Cfeorgs Radford. OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS TELEPHONE 424 1 Annual Election of Officers Ooewmkl Last Evening. The annual election of officers of ths Order of Red Cross occurred last ev ening at the Masonic Temple, as fol lo«'s 4 Generalissimo—E. I* MackenrOtlk Captain General—E. C. Eddy. i Senior Warden—W. T. Johnstcfflt, Junior Warden—A. G. ArvoldL Prelate—E. George Guthrie. ,* Treasurer—Peter Plcktotv V1 Recorder—A. B. Taylor. 4 BIJOU LIliHT LUNCH! S Are the popular thing during your down town shopping or theatre trip* Dainty lunches served in the most ap propriate form, pl«a«ant surrounding* and pleasant people. Don't fail to» visit the Bijou Candy Mart and try the new light lunches.