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Social Notes Mra. J. M. S. Wllser left New York l«rt evening and expects to arrive in Fargo \yednesday evening. Mrs. E. J. Welser and daughters left yesterday afternoon for San Diego, Cal„ where they will spend the next three or four months. Mr. and Mrs. J. S- Watson' and daughter, Miss Constance, left yester day for San Frai.cleco, .where they sail F*eb. 20 for Honolulu. They will be gone several months. The Luther league will give a social in the parlors of St. Mark's English Lutheran church, Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. A good programme will be rendered, and a cordial invitation is extended to all the young people of the church and friends to join in the pleasures of the evening. The Hawthorne Neighborhood club will give a St. Valentine's party on Wednesday afternoon at the Haw thorne school at 4:30 o'clock. There will be some interesting contests and games and a delightful afternoon is promised by those in charge. All the ladies of the neighborhood club are cordially invited to be present. Mrs. C. A. Porter of Third avenue north was a charming hostess yester day afternoon to the ladies of the Neighborhood 500 club. As the result Bf an interesting game played from three tables, the hostess won first prize *nd the second was awarded Mrs. Smith. At the close of the afternoon i delicious luncheon was served. Oji Thursday afternoon of last week the newly elected officers of the or ganization of past presidents of the W. R. c. were installed, Mrs. Hoag, as )resident Mrs. Newton, as vice presi lent, and Mrs. Dawson, as secretary ind treasurer. After the installation ihe new officials entertained the other past presidents and a number of the 3. A. at a sumptuous luncheon. Covers were laid for twenty-four and the menu was an elaborate one. The tables were very prettily arranged with national colors and after luncheon Believes This Will "Cure Lung Troubles" Consumption is a flattering disease—that Is one of its chief dangers. Those who have It are rarely willing to acknowledge the fact. If this tremble la present, It la no time for trifling. Don't waste time in argu ment. If a so-called "cold" has long per sisted it a cough is present, that keeps you anxious or any or the symptoms are present such as fever or night sweats, weakness and loss of appetite, and per haps, some raining of mucus—do the sen sible thing: take Hickman's Alterative, as Mr. Bettersworth did. Bowl,n« Green, Ky„ R. No. 4. G#ntloraen: I' wish to i&r for your Attentive that I believe it to be a med icine of unequaled value for all Bronchial and Lung trouble. "The Spring of 1908, I had a severe cough for mix months. I tried alt the medicine that my friends and doctors recommended to me, but no results came for the better. I had night sweats, and would cough and spit up everr night until 1 got so weak I could hardly do any thing. But at last. Jarues Deerlng, of filHspow Junction, insisted that I try your medicine, which I ordered at once and began taking the same. In one week's time there was quite an Improvement in my condition, and after I bad taken sev eral bottles I felt as well as ever In my life. I never wrote any firm or company a letter recommending their medicine be fore, there are so many fakes that a medicine of genuine quality don't get credit or even tried. "I desire the world to know that I (Irmly believe that your Eckman's Alter ative will cure any case of lung trouble if taken before the last stage. I will gladly write personally to any party •wanting In formation In regard to your wonderful medietas." (Signed Affidavit) A. C. BETTKRSWORTH. Eckman's Alterative is effective In Bron chitis, Asthma, May Fever: Throat and Lung Troubles, and in upbuilding the system. Does not contain poisons, opiates or habit-forming drugs. For sale by Meredith Drug Co. and other leading drug gists. Ask for booklet of cured -nses and write to Kckman Laboratory, Philadelphia, Pa., tor additional evidence. Largest variety of exclusive Val entine Novelties in the city fOr~— Rogers' Art Book Store 69 Broadway. Valentines jtiful expression in a Gift of 4 "t V K -V fa™?• Of Interest to the Women r« a pleasant time was spent with music and chat. Miss Jean Traynor of the Fargo public schools was a week end vis itor at the home of MiM Attn* Jbhn son at Grand Forks. Mrs. Holderman, Fargo's popular milliner leaves Wednesday afternoon on her annual spring visit to eastern millinery centers. Her trip will in clude Chicago, Milwaukee, and the twin cities. The Misses Allena and Mary Mc Lean of Argusvllle accompanied by Miss Blanche Warner of Mapleton spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McLean at their farm near town. The Fargo Royal Neighbor drill team has issued dainty invitations in red and white for a Valentine's danc ing party to be given Wednesday even ing. Feb. 15, at the Sons of Norway hall. This will be one of the pretty events of the season and many friends of the order will attend- Miss Helen Welter of Moorhead leaves this evening for Minneapolis, where she will be the guest of Mrs. Hewitt and Mrs. M. W. Bainard for a few days. While in Minneapolis Miss Welter will be a guest at the an nual junior prom, one of the leading social functions at tile University of Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Bieseker entertained the Jolly Country club at their home a few miles north of Fargo on Friday evening at a very delightful evening of progressive euchre. Mrs. C. A. Mc Lean and Mrs. M. C. McCormick were awarded handsome prizes and after the cards were cleared away a de licious luncheon was served from the smalltables. The Roycroft dancing party last evening in the Knights of Columbus hall was a very pretty and delightful affair. Mrs. C. I. Gross was hostess and the appointments were perfect throughout the evening. The decora tions were very prettily carried out in pink and an unique feature was in troduced in the form of a buffet luncheon at 12 o'clock. There were about seventy guests present Grand Forks Times: Miss Georgie Chambers of Churchs Ferry gave a brief but interesting talk this after noon at the matinee at the Grand theatre and Sunday afternoon she spoke before the Sunday afternoon classes at the First Methodist church. Miss Chambers is a most interesting speaker and the plan of having her speak for a few moments before the audiences at theatres is entirely new, this city being the first in the state to offer such an opportunity for tem perance workers. This evening Miss Chambers will speak at the university in the main building at 7:30 o'clock and Friday afternoon she will address the high school students. Friday evening she w ill speak at the city mission at 1104 Budge avenue. To morrow morning Miss Chambers goes to Thompson and Reynolds for two days and when she leaves here Sat urday. -ebe to b*rlnter« and Fargo. The ladies of the W. R. C. held a very interesting meeting yesterday afternoon at their regular session. A short business meeting was held first and afterward a social time was en-* joyed. Mrs. Gearey, one of the most faithful members of the corps was called upon by the president, Mrs. Schooley, and in a verj' clever manner expressed the love and appreciation of the corps for MVs. Young, one of the pioneer workers in the organization here, who is soon to leave the city and in conclusion presented her with a handsome handbag of purple suede from the members of the corps. Mrs. Young's marriage tj Judge Newton of Bismarck will take place Thursday, Feb. °2 .Violets, Cut Flowers or a Flowering Plant 1 wllWl Out of Town Orders Promptly Filled if w v. *4'Jt k ..... .. ... (Established over a Ouarter oF a Century) iny. ^IJ.J •PP fit' $ i"» roar Wtrca m« Ask lor Five, ItaUcMe Fhoae. tllf-L and she will leave with her husband for the west. The handbag was especially intended to be a hap py reminder on the wedding journey, having been selected to match Mrs. Young's traveling suit. Mrs. Young very graciously responded. Mrs. W. C. McNaught, who is planning to leave Fargo In a short time to make her home in southern Minnesota, was called upon and expressed her regrets at leaving and her goodbye In some original verses, which were Indeed very pretty. Later a delicious buffet luncheon was served. Mrs. Duffey, Mrs. Ryan, Mrs- Sykes and Mrs. Schooley serving. The executive committee of the W. OFt. C. announced their plans for a card party to be given next Mon day afternoon from 2 o'clock until 6 in the G. A. R. hall. Euchre will be the entertainment of the afternoon and all friends of the corps are cordially invited to be present There will be handsome prizes offered and refresh ments served. The meeting was visit ed yesterday by one of the members of the G. A. R-, who asked the assist ance of the ladles In giving an enter tainment in two weeks at the G. A. R, hall. There will be a fine programme of music and speeches prepared and a delightful evening is anticipated. •T'sf- 'I The Pretty Sentinpent connected with the annual custom of sending Valentines finds the most beau- r.'C J, s 0%/: ,4« •PfWWWPSlISP At the Hotels & Randall of Luddon the city. William H. Laaky. of Buffalo i* in the city. A. ik Noble of Binford was In the city today. John Kretschman Is In the city from Oriska. E. W. Arnold is In the city from Leonard. P. E. Nelson of Aneta spent the day in the city. J. E. Tostenson of Grand F\»rits is In the city. John Ellison of Parkin spent the day in the city. T. G. Thompson of Wadtwra Was in the city today. E. H. Wright of Grand Juries was In the city today. Louis A. Larson of Minot .spent the day in the city. Jacob Kruger of Fredonla is register ed at the Elliott Hotel. N. Classen of Glen Ullin was in the city today on business. H. E. Erding of Hillsboro is a guest at the Metropole hotel. b. E. Loftus of Adams spent the day in the business district. J. S. Bryan of Brofield spent the day in the business district. K. M. Vboreka of Lisbon WIN Far go business caller today. Theodre O. Feand of Sims WES a Fargo business caller today. W. S. Whltteker of Jamestown was in the city today on business. J. P. Sell of Bismarck mingled in Fargo business circles today. I. N. Ingebretson of Rolette Wtas a Fargo business caller today. L. J. Larson of Kramer wks & busi ness visitor in the city today. Ed Schulster of Grafton was a busi ness visitor in the city today. 35. W. Blackwebb of Cooperstown is a guest at the Waldorf hotel. D. L. Anderson of Brunstad mingled in Fargo business circles today. Dayton Edison of Sentinel Butte was in the city today on business. William Franbook of Sheldon spent the day in the business district. RJbert Lindeman of Enderlln mingled in Fargo business circles today. Hugh Sunberg of East Grand Forks is stopping at the PreBCott hotel. C. P. O'Rourke of Mandan was a business visitor in the city today. J. F. Jaberg of Sanborn ii in the city attending the commissioners' conven tion. T. R. Atkinson, state engineer of North Dakota, is a guest at the Gard ner hotel. .•, 'j"!!' n» Further arrangements will be* an nounced later. Miss Olga Sherman expects to leave tomorrow for Milwaukee to spend some time with friends. Warwick Fraser returned home this morning from Aberdeen, S. D., where he has spent the past few weeks with his uncle. Howard Montgomery left yesterday afternoon for Chicago where he will join his mother and they expect to leave that city Feb. 20 for San Fran cisco, where they will sail in company with friends for Honolulu and other eastern ports. An event o€ tjilt evening wjUl be the euchre party to be given by the Yeomen in Pirie's hall. All members of the order and their friends are in vited to attend and enjoy a pleasant evening. Prizes will be given and a luncheon served. The Fargo Woman's 61ub has a meeting scheduled for Friday after noon to meet with Mrs- Hallenberg. They will study the Proposed Solu tions to Causes of Poverty. Mrs. Dud ley will have a paper on The New Spirit in Philanthropy and Mrs. Pear son on Private v* Publio Philan thropy. *The Moorhead Woman's t^tttb will continue their study of Southern Writ ers on Friday afternoon when they meet with Mrs. Torson. Miss Leonard will give some readings, Old Creole Days by Georgo W. Cable and Uncle Remus and His Songs and Sayings by Joel Chandler Harris. Mrs. Nye will please with a reading Meh Lady by Thomas Nelson Page. ..• The Round Table club iirJU jmeet Friday afternoon with Mrs. H. H. Wheelock. Mrs. Holt will present The German Novel, and Mrs. Keene, Mrs. Hamilton and Mrs. Randlett will give papers on various German painters. Mrs. Randlett is out of the city, and has sent her paper to be read. Mrs. Wheelock will give a paper on Lizst and will illustrate some of his music. A party of friends very delightfully surprised Mrs. Ben Wasem at her apartments in the Pioneer Life block last evening, the occasion being her birthday anniversary. The evening was spent in playing cards and with music and chat. A dainty luncheon was served. The company of twenty guests presented Mrs. Wasem with an unique Elk's pin, especially designed for ladles. "Just i •A HORLICK'S it Means Original mi QenuiM V MALTED MILK lilt row«'«nnk fit' iiii More hcaiilifui than Tea or Coffee. Agrees with the weakest tligttf on. Delicious, invigorating and nutritious. Rich milk, malted jgrain, powder lofm. A quick lunch prepared a minute. Take no substitute. Aak for HORUCK'S. Others are imitations, v n A y v v v. THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13, 1912. Symptoms Arc Warning To Wise Men The Publication of the prescrip tion of a famed physhiau would prove fruitless to hundreds of men If unable to recognise the necessity for It* use. It ia not the Intention or desire of tiie writer to mislead or frighten by painting the horrors Buffered by the prematurely aged, but rather Is it tne deslro 'to state plain facta. The peculiar affliction which dentroya oinhltlon, organic energy and hope in ac companied bv some of the following symptoms. If not by all: Dull, sunk en ryes thinness tor abnormal it nessi, cold extremities, backache, weakness in tlio spine, twitching, spots before the e.ves, pains In back of head, hendaehe, trembling, fa tigue, shrinking of the akin, flabby flesh. Impaired memory, sleepless ness. loss of appetite, constipation, kidney derangements and a general unpreparedness for emergencies of all sorts. The right kind of m««dlcal treat ment will effectually overcome such warning symptoms and restore nor mal conditions if persistently used for a few Bhort weeks. Any one can buy the Ingredients and mix the medlc.ln»-s of this pre scription at home as It contains no poisonous opiates whatever. Tlie Instructions for mixing at home secretly so that no embarras» ment niny be felt, are as follows: Klrst get threp ounces of syrup sarsapsrllla compound nnd one ounce compound fluid balmwort mix and let stand two hours. Then add one onnee compound essence enrdiol and one ounce tincture cadomene com pound (not cardamom*, and mix all together. The directions are to take one teaspoonful after each meal and one when retiring, until bounding health and full strength arc restor ed. Even a few weeks will witness most wonderful results. 'i i i- ticui ^e the groceries and bak $oods sold at this store. Th IlcatJ i.roma of the coffee, th iclous taste of the butter, th i'lescilbable "better" taste of Quality Bakery Goods mad. our own sanitary bake shop i the appetizing points of good, veet, clean food are carefully 'served at this grocery. S&i? 'AH If Broad way Phone 49 *6.1 o Bu)s $10.00 Skirts. If you are watering for true to name bargains, don't pass by the call on sale skirts at A. Moody's this week. Entire stock selling at "Down and Out" prices—this offer is for a few days only. STATE EVENTS A beautiful garaen setting formed the background for the third cotillion in the Limited club series at James town. Roses were twined from the ceiling, and the orchestra was con cealed by a bower of roses. Frappe was served during the evening from an arbor of roses. A number of new and beautiful figures were danced un der the directorship of Russell Chase of Jamestown, who led the other cotillions in this series. Among the out-of-town guests were Mrs. John Burke, wife of Governor Burke, and Mrs. Fred Conklln of Bismarck. The party was in charge of Mrs. E. H. Matttingly and Mrs. Edward Mattl son. For Cliilblalns. Frost-Bites I And all Sore I ecft Many persons dread the approach of winter on account of chilblains and frost-bites which causes a soreness and itching at times almost unbear able, frequently bringing on a nerv ous condition. To those afflicted the following treatment will be welcome information as it gives immediate re lief and soon cures. "Dissolve two tablespoonfuls of Caloclde compound in a basin of water (not hot). Soak the feet in this for fifteen minutes. Repeat this for several nights until the trouble disappears." The action of Calocide compound for all foot ailments is realy remarkable. By its use corns and callouses can be peeled right off. Sweaty, smelly feet and tender, aching feet need but a few applications. Bunions get re lief instantly. Any druggist has It in stock or will get it from his whole sale house. A twenty-five cent pack age is usually sufficient to put the worst feet in fine condition. THE NEWEST THING IN COSSET TFIW PFTODUCT MAOE'BV A NEW JER8EY CONCERN BECOMING VERY POPULAR—CHIEF ADVAN TAGE 18 IMPOSSIBILITY OF BREAKING IT. v 1 4 frV A new corset boning 'music wire is attracting considerable atten tion of late and has been demon strated as possessing many superior advantages over the old style stays. The Barcley Corset Co. of Newark, N. J., are the manufacturers of this new product which tiiey call "Barco bone" and which gives indications of becoming wonderfully popular. It seems that the chief advantage of the product is that it is impossible to break it on account of the peculiar construction of the excellent quality of the wire from which it is made. It has also been highly recommended by physicians on account of its being ventilative and flexible in any direc tion. Samples of this boning and of the corsets made by the Barcley Co. which ar cut to individual measure ments may be seen by writing Mrs. M. E. Wright, 120 Fifth street south Moorhead, Minn., who has been ap pointed to represent the Barcley Co. in this vicmit. i i j, y 1 -X STATE WEDDINGS The marriage of Miss Laurena Van nler, a former teacher In the public schools of Lakota, to Lewis Rolland occurred recently at Portland, Ore. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Vannier, formerly of Devils Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland will make their home in Portland. Eugene Cowan and Miss Florence TTursh of Gambetta were united In marriage Saturday at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Larson at Willie ton. Rev. F. E. Hollett of the Metho dist church officiating. The young people are popular residents of the Gambetta neighborhood, where the bridegroom owns a farm. At the Presbyterian manse In Minot occurred the mariage of Miss Christie Lumsden of Flaxton and Frank Loueks of Kermit, Rev. Mr. Erlckson reading the service. The wedding of J. W. Swigart of Streete'r and Miss Louise Gregor of Tappen took place Thursday evening at the Episcopal parsonage at James town, Rector Burleson officiating. They left Friday for their home four miles from Streeter, where they will begin housekeeping. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. George DeWalt near New England on Wednes day evening took place the marriage of Miss Mabel Rifle to James L. Pratt. The ceremony which united the young couple in the holy bonds of matrimony was performed by Justice Henry Peterson. For a few weeks Mr. and Mrs. Pratt will live at the N. W. Slettebo place near that city, but in the early spring they will make their home on the bridegroom's claim on Rainy Butte. A quiet wedding was solemnized Sunday noon at the bride's home near Flasher, when Miss Ida Brooks became the bride of Theo. Mertlns. The cere mony was performed by Rev. F. Whlttfault- Both bride and bride groom are well known throughout Flasher community. The bridegroom Is a well to do farmer and financier of that place. The happy couple will go to housekeeping at once on their farm near Flasher. Invttstion Dsnee. The drill team of North Star camp, R. N. A., will hold a Valentine dsne ing party Wednesday evening, Feb. 14, in Sons of Norway hall. Admission will be only by Invitation and tickets will be honored only when bearing the endorsement of some member of the drill team. Frappe will be served and a first class time is promised All who attend. CLUB NOTES Rural schools are receiving a great deal of attention from club women of Wisconsin. The state federation has a special committee to look after this branch of work and the aims of this committee are state to be as follows: To secure the enactment of a stronger compulsory attendance law to make it possible to enforce the law to en courage children to get an education to aid the Wisconsin State Teachers' association in its efforts to improve rural schools. The chairman of the committee says: "The rural school problem is of great moment. One-half of the children of the state are reg istered in the country schools- That means one-half of our boys and girls are being deprived of a great deal. The system of supervision is such that far from the best results are obtained. The Wisconsin State Teachers' association, realizing the future of our nation de pends largely upon the efficiency of work done in schools outside the city, is making an active campaign for the betterment of such schools. Children living in the country are entitled to the consideration give^ to children in the city." Fessenden is enthusiastic over the results of the railroad garden main tained last summer and fall by school children under the direction of the Womens Civic league. A plat of ground 60 by 200 feet was procured from offi cials of the Soo road, and all the fall bloom and blossom bespoke the great success of the project. Early in the spring the work will be continued along a much larger scale, two addi tional pieces of land having been pro cured, comprising some 36,000 square feet. Plants have been prepared, plowing and grading of the lots were accomplished during the late fall, and a landscape gardner has commenced work so that with the advent of the first robin work will begin. As one of the gateway cities of the state Fessenden will lend every effort to ward making this garden of a more or less municipal nature. It is the ambition of the whole city to make of this a public garden without a peer in the northwest. Sixty women attended the meeting of the Homekeepers' club held Friday afternoon In the domestic science de partment of the Central school at Grand Forks and proved that interest in the social welfare work of the Wo men's Civic league is growing day by day. The meeting was in charge of Mrs. R. A. Sprague and Mrs. J. M. Gillette assisted by Mrs. O. T. Rishoff, Mrs. R- T. Cady, Mrs. Dutt, Mrs. Ed. Gibbs, Mrs. George Jauss and MTH. James Collins and four school girls. Misses Alice Budge, Lillian Fee. Helen Engstrom and Esther Westeen. Miss Agnes O'Donnell gave a most interesting and valuable talk on the Relation Between the Teacher and the Mother, and she was followed by Miss Sutherland who gave a short talk on the lesson, eggs, coffee and toast. In the demonstration Miss Florence Op Bahl assisted and the mothers took part, making the lesson thoroughly practical. The dainty preparation was served at the close. Another in teresting meeting of mothers was held at the Roosevelt school In the city Friday afternoon under the direction of Miss Helen Davies and Mrs. Her man Wolff. The mothers were cordi ally greeted by the teachers and a short programme of musical numbers and recitations was enjoyed. Miss Florence Palmer spoke briefly with an interesting talk on The Civic League and the Roosevelt Boys. Five min ute talks were given by Mrs. A. L. Woods, Mrs. C. L. Tompkins and Mrs. Tubfcs and at the close light refresh ments were served. The guests In spected the luiildlng and examined the work of the rshildren as they chatted and became better acquainted with trie teachers v „l ?wv A 1 v V i A.' v,/' s I •£*. Ads T.: Avoid all complexion creams which contnln oil. ns ttic.r make the Mklo flhlny and muse nair to grow on the face, llr trtirrlng 2 tennpoonfills glycerine nml onr* ounce ninkutoln lntf '/^-plnt ^old water you hwvp a matchles* rream Jelly for clearing, wftfnlng and whlU'iiinx the skio. It Is unxurpnH»d for clcnninR the -omplex!on nnd uinkln« it mmtntb «nd youthful looking. I'm this morning and night and you need havp no worry about tb»» way your face will look. Mr*. F. B.: Weight reduction i* s v»»ry ftimple matter. Thm old-fashioned theo ries of violent exercise* and starvation :ire all nonsense, nnd nt the best furnian only temporary relief. To take off fnt, use thin remedy: Dlanolve 4 onnoe# of parnotlH in 1V4 pints hot water and take tablejrpoonfui before moil*. Tlila sim ple. harmless remedy works wonder* where many of the "sure cures" full. It lenves the akin smooth and Arm. W. A. B.: Only healthy scalps produce beautiful, abundant hair. You mast keep your walp clean by ahnmpooiug as often as ncceKKar.v. The following tonic will prove an unfailing remedy for dandruff, itching scalp anil fallliiK hair: Stir one ounce of quluzoiu Into 14-plnt alcohol, then add ^-plnt cold water. Ilub this tonic Into the sealp about twlee a week. It will do wonders for your diseased scalp and tnake your thin, straggly hair thick, long and beautiful. Elsie 8.: That slekly l(x»k you have. le«lr|es your loss of energy Health and Beauty Advice Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker of Aus tin, Tex., who is chairman of the na tional endowment fund committee of the General Federation of Women's clubs, is waging an afctlve campaign for raising $100,0.00 to be used for na tional club purposes. In the raising of this fund each state has been ap portioned its pro rata of the amount to be contributed. The Texas federa tion raised its quota of 2,000 in twenty A Ikln of B—uty la Joy Fowtr. .F. T. Felix Ooureud's Or *ntal Cream or Magioal Beautiflar. cvn TUB, kies, Moth P.u.htu, »T5ti Skin DisfMtm, Sj'-- BY MRS. MAL MARTYN nurl condition, are due to run-down HLURTJIRTB. impure bl'Hd. Incident to the winter month*. Tliix Is very com moil, but IK easily overcome by taking before meals a tablespoouful of thin simple system tonic: In Vj-plnt alco hol dissolve one ounce kardene. adding 3 cup sugar and hot water to make n qSnrt. This Is a wonderful blood purifier and strength-restoring tonlo. There Is nothing like It for giving one rich, red blood, en ergy and good health. Belle: The reason your hair looks so dull and faded and Is so bsrd to arrange Is that you have made the usual mistake of shampooing with soap. Any woman who holoermans 18 Hals Value $12 to $15.... 27 Hats .Value $8 to $10 No. 1 Broadway With the Women of the World jtf£\ allf! MI 'OnumaJ't Cftpm' u tbe harmful of v the •kin prep*i*tleni?'! aalt br all drtsgtfoU Good* In United StatM, Oana'Sii anrt Vuropc. im. mn\Ut bm T. Pr*. 37 fetd Sheet, Km Y«k w Cur*e %mb By uses sonp shampoos cannot expect to beautiful htlr. It may clean the hair, but docs not remove the pore-dirt from the hair root*. Your hair become* stringy mid Mumouugeable In a few days and you won der why. Let soap shampoos alone and use n teanjoonful of ennthrox dissolved lib n cup of hot water for your shampoo. If you want your bnlr to dry evenly it ml uulafcly without streaking, t'nnthrox makes the hair very fluffy and hrljfht. and gives to the scalp a feeling of plenslng freshness. You will not catch cold if you shampoo ennthrox and will find It makes your hair look so very nice. J. M. 8.: rutting the hairs only tiislto* them come In heavier. l-et an original package of delatone and with n little' of the powder mix enough water U forties paste. Put this on the hairy surface after two or tlir-e minutes nil* off. w««h the skin and every trare of hair will haWf vunlshed. Druggists chargr a dollar's#!! ounce for delatone, but It never fall* to-,#*» the work. 59 Trimmed Hats must be sold between Feb. 10 and Feb. 22. FINAL CLEARANCE PRICES Women of Minnesota have started a whirlwind campaign for woman's suf frage in the state. They will tell you that they expect to win this time. They have been fighting for sixty-Ave years for the right to vote. C»e year they came within a vote of getting a constitutional amendment giving them that riffht. Lost year they failed by a narrow margin. Speakers will swarm over the state for the next nine months discussing the different phases of votes for women. They will be large ly home talent, but some will be Im ported, among them Max Eastman from New York. In this fight the women expect to win by the influence of public opinion upon the members of the legislature. To give women the vote, the constitution must be amend ed, and to amend the constitution there must be a constitutional con vention, or the legislature must pass and submit the amendment. When public opinion has been aroused, the legislators will be placed on record as to their attitude toward woman's suf frage, and some of those who refuse to pledge themselves may turn up miss ing when the votes are counted in November. After the legislature has submitted an amendment it must be approved by a majority of all the votes cast at the election, before it becomes part of the constitution, so that the battle can be but half |won this year. Minnesota women are not going to try the spectacular. They will conduct a straight campaign of education. While the process goes forward, an other process will also be in operation, separating the Buffragette sheep from the anti-suffragette goats. The women are taking the stand that "if you like us*and are our friend in this suffrage movement, you should be willing to work for our cause." On that princi ple they have impressed into service a large array of male citizens as speakers and advisers. These men are expetced to work for the cause and many of them are giad to do so. 14 Hats 1.48 f»tv Mrs. V. G.: The woman who uses powder uot only Is behind the liuics, t»ut does herself a personal injury. Face powder Is ouly ft mockery to beauty, a* It clog* the skin pores, causing wrtnlH** and other complexion Ills. To have it perfect complexion, use a good lotion such as the following: Dissolve 4 ounces of spurmax In '^-pint wlt'-h hnxel lor hot wateri, adding 2 teas|K*nifuls gly cerine. Thl* lotion gives the skin a de cidedly refined look of velvety smooth ness. It removes the shine. Immediately corrects sallow, freckled complexions and doe# not come off In the wind like powder does or rub off easily when a veil Is worrt. This lotion Is a splendid besutifler and sRlu whltener. S. D.: Yes. no factor Is more Imporfaht In a beautiful face than bright, clear, voutkful eyes. You should use a good eye tonic. (Jet an ounce of crvstos. dissolve it In a pint of water and use two or tl|ree drops in each eye dally. It will clear and Strengthen your eyes, remove all signs t»f ivefiknes* and Inflammation and make thent bright and sparkling. Kor weak, dull, ex pressionless eyes I think this tonic simply wonderful. It Is very soothing, and Is AM for those who wear glasses. 49c Value $-r) to $7... Any Untrimmed Shape 98c at 50 9 flSi Fargo, N. Dak. minutes at its recent meeting- Sotn« of the states must raise as much as $10,000. In order to complete the fund therp has been set aside one week, be ginning Feb. 22, to be known as th* endowment fund week, In every st*U»r that Is behind in raising its share of the fund. Mrs. Pennybacker repre sents 800,000 women, who belong if# the General Federation of Women.:*, clubs. That will insure a good annual, revenue from it. The interest from the $100,000 invested will be used for various purposes, having in view tHe upholding of the dignity of the n^*-. tional organizatlor Mrs. Penile backer, besides the prominent posi tion she occupies in women's club cir cles of the country, is a noted histo rian, being the author of Pennybadc-: er's History of Texas. She Is greatly Interested In the women's dub move ment and devotes much of her time to* that work. A Philadelphia bachelor, wealthy** killed himself because he was so lone ly. Here was a cage of misery not loving company well enough to many it. jjj This Home-Made Cough Syrup Will Surprise You Stop* W hoopfag C«a«h Qotekly. A Family Snpply at Saaall Coat. Here is a home-made remedy that takes hold of a oougb instantly, and will usually cure the most stublxirn case in 24 hours. This recipe maJu-s a pint enough for a whole family. Vim couldn't buy as much or as good ready-mads cough syrup for $2.50. Mix one pint of granulated sugar wjth. pint of warm water, and stir 2 minutes. Put 2V& ounces of Pinex (fifty' cents' worth) in a pint bottle,- and add the Sugar Svrup. This keens perfectly and has a pleasant taste—enildren like it. Braces up the appetite and is sHg^tlj laxative, whjch helps end a cough. You probably know the medical value of pine in treating asthma, bronchitis and other throat troubles, sore lungs, etc. There is nothing better. Pinex is the most valuable concentrated compound of Norway white pine extract, rich in (Tiaiaool aind all the natural healing pin« elements. Other preparations will not work in this formula. The prompt results from thi« inexpen sive remedy have made friends for it in thousands of homes in the United State*4 and Canada, which explains why the' p4an haR been imitated often, but i\ever suoceRsfully. A gnaranty of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goes with this recipe. Your druggist has Pinex, or wMl get it for you. 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