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At the regular meeting of the board
of directors of the T. W. C. A. yes
terday Miss Ida M. Hoebel of Minne
apolis was chosen as general secre
tary to succeed Miss Evelyn White.
She will arrive in Fargo to take up
her duties April 2. Miss Hoebel has
been recommended by the territorial
headquarters for this position.
Grand Forks Times: Miss Marie
McCormick arrived Wednesday even
ing from Fargo and will be entertained
at the home of Mayor and Mrs. M. F.
Murphy on Reeves avenue until Fri
day. Miss McCormick is here to sing
this evening at the muaicale to be
"J^iven at St. Michael's church audi
torium by the ladies of the Altar so
ciety. The musicale hostesses will be
Mrs. J. E, Sheehy, Mrs. W. V. O'Con
nor, Mrs. C. J. Murphy, Mrs. M. F.
J^Iurphy, Mrs. J. Nelson Kelley, Mrs.
Joseph Kennedy, Mrs. James White,
tllrs. J. W. Ixwe. Mrs. W. B. Galbreath,
lira. C. C. Monley, Mrs. John Muss,
Ifebruary Brings Out Unsightly 8pots.
How to Remove Easily.
Do you know now easy It is to re
move those ugly spots so that no one
Will call you freckle-face?
Simply get an ounce of othine,
ouble strength, from Fout & Porter
and one night's treatment will
fihow you how easy it is to rid your
self of freckles and get a beautiful
Complexion. The sun and winds in
Jfebruary bring out freckles, and as
jfc result more othine is sold this month,
®nd the druggists sometimes find it
difficult to get sufficient to supply all
Galls. Be sure to ask for the double
strength othine, sb this is sold under
guarantee of money back if it fails to
Remove the freckles.
Hug free!
"Y^RITE for It Tells how
you can change your old
carpets into rugs at a low price.
A postal will bring it
Fargo Carpet & Rug Co.
109 Eighth SI. 8. Fargo, N. D.
Vn s
S »»M 1 1
House Cleaning Time!
Is coming. Have a new Rug
made from your old carpets. Or- J.
,der now and have it ready what *j*
you want it
We Guarantee Our Work.
D. Weaving Co.
J. A. Marquette, Prop.
V. 1421 Fifth Ave. 8o. Phone2155-L
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Wash Dresses
Hundreds of Wash Dress
Ginghams and Per
cales. Sale price,
each •-4'li*1*».-•........
this sale, each
Social Notes
Mrs. W. J. Awty of Moorhead and
little son Jack, are spending the week
with friends in the twin cities.
Mrs. J. H. Mackerracher of "tenth
street north left this afternoon for
Ontario, Can., where she was called
by the death of her father.
Miss Claire Clisbe, charming daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Clisbe of
Seventh street south is home after
the week-end from St. Catherine's
school at St. Paul.
Specie) Train
w ^rv ''"-i
4 A
If"* 4* t' s'^ ,'^
Coats and Suits in plain navies, blacks and Scotch mix- A*#*
tures, with Satin and Peau de Cygne lining. 1
nee. v..,., ...»...... ,.t4.....,
^JL W' $£»
Big Showing of Bargains for the Visitors to the City for La
Follette Day. You Will Be Surprised at the Values in This
^WJ/AWCT1 6/IT I? Hundreds of Waists in Lawns,
Mi88 Hattie Ohlin was a charming
hostess last evening at her home o.
Elm street, when she entertained a
party of friends at a linen shower ir.
honor of her sister, Miss Alice, who
will become the bride of G. H. Johns
rud of the Albert Lea Gas Co., next
month.. The rooms were very at
tractively decorated in pink and green
hearts and cupids In pretty festoon
ings. The bride-to-be was presented
with a basket of handsome pieces
of linen for her new home. After a
very pleasant evening a delicious
luncheon was served. Mrs. A. P. Hus
eth will be hostess of next week in
honor of Miss Ohlin.
1 Jj
rmiij J, &r\mjua Batistes, Percales, Etc. Price for lv '*f*
Of Interest to the Women
Offl Om Sockt C4llor an uy ot Tke Four Wires bbS Ask Mr Rtc, B«Mcwe flioae. U91-L
Mrs. J. H. Mclnerney, Mrs. George F.
Thacker and Mrs. John Tracy.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Thorsell of Four
teenth street north, axe happy In the
arrival of son at their {tome last
Mrs. Arthur Cannon has issued in
vitations to a number of her lady
friends for Saturday afternoon at her
home on Sixth avenue north in honor
of her sister, Miss Kate Pence, of
Lexington. Ky., who ia her guest for
Several months.
This evening in the First M. E.
church the King's Heralds will present
Rev. Mr. Kernen, former missionary to
India, in one of his famous stereopti
con lectures on India. His subject will
be India in Transition and the lecture
will commence promptly at 8 o'clock.
Everyone is invited to be present as
this is a rare opportunity of hearing
Rev. Mr. Kernen, whose experiences as
a missionary in India are most inter
On Tuesday evening at the Gardner
hotel the members of the Alpha Mu
fraternity of the A. C. gave a fare
well banquet to John Weaver, an
alumni member of that organization,
who has spent the time during the
winter short course as instructor in
mathematics and English at the col
lege. Mr. Weaver has been enjoying
a vacation and while in the city was
secured for this position. Following
the dinner the company repaired to
the Grand where a box party was en
Joyed. Mr. Weaver left Wednesday
for his ranch at Gosseth, Mont
Western School of Expression to Pre
sent Play Under Auspioes of
Alpha Mu Fraternity.
On next Friday evening, March 22, at
the A. C. armory will take place one
of the best dramatic offerings of the
I'ji'iiy1 -*w»
This Treatment Costs Nothing if It
We want you to try three large
bottles of Rexall "88" Hair Tonic on
our personal guarantee that we will
refund your money for the mere asking
if it does not give you absolute satis
faction. That's proof of our faith in
this remedy, and it should indisputably
•demonstrate that we know what we
are talking about when we say that
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic will grow hair
except where baldness has been of such
long duration that the roots of the
hair are entirely dead.
We are basing our statements upon
what has already been accomplished
by the use of Rexall "93" Hair Tonic.
We believe that what it has done for
thousands of others it will do for you.
In any event you cannot lose anything
by giving it a trial, on our liberal guar
rantee. Two sizes, 60c. and $1.00. Re
member, you can obtain Rexall Reme
dies in this community only at our
stores—The Rexall Stores. The Far
go Drug Co., Economy Drug Co., Wal
dorf Pharmacy.
Watch our spring opening an
nouncement for next week, Thursday
a n i a y a 2 1 a n 2 2 1 9 1 2
will be of great interest to every wo
man who appreciates viewing t!w
at est styles and newest materials for
spring. O. J. deLendrecie Co., Fargo.
v A,'t-^i
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.«.. Va'- ifi -Jl*
Messaiine Petticoats
... .....
i"u: Pelt I-
Hundreds of new Mess
coats in all the new
and pastel shades.
At the Hotels
C. E» Briggs is la ths city from
A. L. Luerck of Jamestown is in
the city.
Henry J. Siegfried of Valley City
is in the city.
Frank Saafer of Valley City was in
the city today.
O. M. Hostler of Jamestown was in
the city today.
Miss Edith Laden of Lisbon shopped
in the city today.
Miss Chrlstianson
of Jhfinot
Was a
Fargo shopper today.
Arthur Tenbury of Gardner was a
business caller today.
F. L. Kermott of GraryJ Forks spent
the day in the city.
G. Howard of Hlllsbqrp was
in the
city today on business.
H. B. Ingles of Llsbm- W*Q fe the
city today on business.
Robert Chapwaga of Wahpeton
spent the day in the olty.
M. O. Harper of Bismarck spent the
day in the business district.
A. T. Faber of Glen Ullin spent the
day in the business district
Jerry Ishly of Dickinson mingled in
Fargo business circles today.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Giibans
ville were in the city today.
E. H. Layton of Sarles was a bus
iness visitor in the city today.
Frank A. Willson of Bathgate is a
guest at the Metropole hotel.
Mrs. Sampson of Richardton is
stopping at the Prescott hotel.
J. M. Johnson of Thompson mingled
in Faxgo business circles today.
W. A. Hagen of Grand Forks was
a Fargo bvsiness caller today.
Mrs. G. A. Darkenwald of Wimble
don Is registered at the Elliott hotel.
Mrs. W. L. Williamson of Lisbon
spent the day in the shopping district.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Metcalf of Cas
selton are guests at the Waldorf hotel.
A. R. Witherspoon of Grand Forks
spent the day in the business dis
Mrs. C. E. Bennett and Mrs. W. A.
Peterson of Ansta guests at the
Garner hotel.
oollege season when A Box of Monkeys
will be presented by the Western
School of Expression under the aus
pices of the Alpha Mu fraternity. This
clever little farce in two acts is
sparkling with wit and humor from the
start to finale, and will be given under
the personal supervision of Mrs. Jessie
Jepson Remington.
All members of the cast are well
known to Fargo people and as well as
being readers of marked histronic abil
ity are also popular piembers of social
circles of the city so that the Interest
in this production will be lively. The
Play will be cast as follows:
Chauncey Oglethorpe
Chester Holkeavlg
Mrs. Ondego Jhones
MisB Hettie Amsdell
Sierrd Bengaline
Miss Eunice Jacobson
Lady Guinercre Llandpoore
Miss Kathryn York
After the play an informal dancing
party will be held for which an ex
cellent orchestra has been secured to
play. There will be a number of spe
cial selections played by the orchestra
before the play and between the acts.
Mary T. Joid«*«n'is
Htay SJair R«s«4»5ft:r
restores original col
or in mild, health
ful manner In from
7 to 14 days. Eh
Regis- tliely different from
anything else. Its
SMW effect la permit
neut. Does n o
I wash oft nor look unnatural. Has no
sediment, bo it's neither sticky nor
groasy-—it's as pure and clear as water.
Don't experiment—use what thous
ands of others have found safe and
wtitisfactory. Generoun tree rsaruple ana
comb sent for five 2c stumps to cover
(in.stngi' and packing. Mention original
color of hair. Mary T. Goldman, Gold
man Bldg.. 8t. Paul, Mian. The larjt
hdze $1.00 bottle sold by all dealers, in
Mcrreviilii m-v# Co.. far #i, N. if.
Perhaps one of the most sucosssful
the annual entertainments of the
^ew England society which have been
4ven in the past thirty years, since
the society has been organized, was
he New England supper and lyceum
lven last evening in Pirie's hall.
Those who had the affair in charge
'iave worked faithfully during the past
few weeks and were amply rewarded
'ast evening by the hearty co-opera
tion of all the members of the society
and the fine success
of the event in
Mvery particular.
The ladies of the society were in
"Ited for a "get aquainted" time and
sewing bee in the afternoon and met
at the hall at 4 o'clock. Mrs. E. A.
s'erry was mistress of ceremonies and
the ladles were happily entertained
vith literary games under the direc
'ion of Mrs. E. H. Stlckney and Mrs.
A. Hobart. Following this there
vas a short programme. Miss Frances
Spalding sang several very attractive
numbers, and was heartily appreciat
'id. Mrs. J. H. Dudley gave a reading,
rjood Old Times, and Mrs. W. B. Best
pleased the guests with selections from
-Samantha Allen.
At 6 o'clock the gentlemen began to
arrive and at 6:30 the dining room
loors were opened for supper. Sup
per was served in old New England
style with the dishes which are fa
vorites with natives of the far north
astern states. The tables were plain
ly, but bounteously laid according to
"lew England custom. One feature
which is worthy of mention was the
moose branches which were sent to
Mrs. Best by her son from the east
and were placed in water and were al
most ready for blossoming. These at
tracted much attention and were a
pleasant surprise to many who have
not had an opportunity of seeing these
flowers, which are common in the east,
for many years. Covers were laid for
about 125 and grace was offered by
Dean Stratton.
Following supper the company re
paired to the large hall where an ex
cellent programme was enjoyed. The
lyceum was opened with the reading
of the minutes by Mrs. W. J. Clapp,
secretary Prof. E. F. Ladd, presid
ing. The report of the secretary was
a most satisfactory one and was fol
lowed by the annual address of the
president. Professor Ladd chose for
his subject The Spirit of New Eng
land and his address was one of
reminiscence and attainment and was
thoroughly appreciated. Miss Carol B.
Stanley then favored the company with
one of her excellent piano selections,
chosen from a popular New England
The paper. Early Days in the Red
River Valley, by J. B. Blanchard, of
Moorhead, one of the oldest members
of the society, was one of the moBt
noteworthy numbers on the pro
gramme. The paper was an excellent
one and gave many Instances of the
early days here which were new and
interesting. Mr. Blanchard is 91 years
of age and has record of never hav
ing missed a meeting of the society in
thirty years.
The Village Paper, by Mrs. O. G.
Moulton, was exceptionally good as
also were the declamations by Dr.
Stratton and F. H. Wilder. Howard
Moody brought, forth hearty applause
with his excellent singing of Fog Bells.
The debate was announced following
these numbers, the subject of discus
sion being, Resolved, That Women
Should Have Suffrage on the Same
Terms With Men in the United States.
The affirmative was upheld by A M.
Baker and Miss Perley, and the nega
tive was argued by Geo. E. Perley and
Mrs. E. T. Shaw.
The judges were Mrs. Carnlne, H. C.
Plum ley and L. A. Huntoon. The de
cision was that the affirmative pre
sented the best argument, but the
negative gave the best representation
of the old time debating school. The
issue was left to be decided by the
company by means of a standing vote,
which was practically a tie.
Miss Marguerite Beard gave a pleas
ing vocal selection, A Gypsy Maiden,
and this was followed by the neigh
borhood paper, which was read by Mrs.
W. J. Clapp and Mrs. B. F. Spalding.
The neighborhood paper was arranged
on the plan of the old New England
papers and exhausted every topic of
interest to the society. There were
personal hits which created a great
deal of merriment and Champ Clark
and his dog song was given a comical
turn which brought forth much ap
plause. The parody on the book of
Chronicles was especially good and
dealt with the time when Ladd was
The programme was concluded with
a business session in which Offi
cers were elected as follows:
President—Dr. Stratton.
Vice President At Large—Mrs. E. H.
Biographer and Historian—Mrs. B.
F. Spalding.
Two vice presidents from each state
will be appointed later by the new
staff of officials.
There were a number of. out-of
town people present. A party came up
from Hunter and there were several
from Wahpeton and other points
throughout the state. Much of the
success of the affair is due Mr. Per
ley, who was chairman of the pro
gramme committee and to the other
officers, and presidents of various
committees. The secretary, Mrs. W.
J. Clapp, was an untiring worker for
the success of the event and deserves
much credit. The affair was unusually
well arranged and each detail was
perfectly carried out, making It the
largest social event of the season.
Emil Kindsvogel and Miss Karolina
I^eno were united in marriage by Rev.
A. Debus at the pastorate at Hebron
last Tuesday evening. Emil Kinds
vogel is a well known farmer of that
vicinity and has a fine fa*m sight
miles south of Hebron. -C.
The marriage of Oscar ^Bllstad and
Miss Nora Birch took place in Crosby
an Tuesday.
Charles Otwendo of Little Wills,
Min., and Miss Constance PetersOh ot
Edlnburg were married at the Hauges
parsonage last Thursday bjr Rsrr.
At Wahpeton on Saturday, March 2
occurred the marriage of Roy Walters
to Miss Bertie Moyer, both rssidants ot
the village of Wyndmere.
On last Saturday, March 2, William
Earl Haller and Maybelle Holt of Pal
ermo were married in Minneapolis by
the Rev. C. D. Darling of that city.
From there they went to Spicer, Minn.,
on their honeymoon.
In Bismarck yesterday svenlng Q.
H. Leathers and Miss Bejtha Beleher
were united in marriage, Rev. Mr.
Harris oxidating. The happy couple
have for the present taken up their
abode with the bride's mother in that
The Fine Arts club held a general
meeting of all the sections yesterday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. J.
Thompson on First avenue south.
There was a business session in which
yearly business was transacted and a
constitution adopted. The following
officers were chosen:
President—Mrs. F. J. Thompson.
Vice President—Mrs. R. E. Weible.
Secretary-Treasurer—Mrs. M. A.
The Fortnightly elt$, VH1 feeet
Monday afternoon. Mrs. Istockwell will
discuss New Lines of Activity in
School Life and Mrs. Cushing will talk
on the betterment of thi American
The Bay View Study club is sched
uled to meet Monday afternoon. The
subject will be Waste in Education.
Mrs. J. W. McHose will give a paper
on Lack of System, Bad System. Mrs.
E. H. Stlckney will have a paper on
Educational Advance.
As an arts and crafts exhibit is to
be one of the features of the conven
tion of the North Dakota Federation
of Women's clubs to be held in Grand
Forks next October, club women will
read with interest the account of a
similar exhibit being held in Crookston
at the present time. The following ar
ticle is taken from The Crookston
Times: The art® and crafts exhibit
which has been on display at the
domestic science department of the
high school is an excellent one, and
those who have not yet seen it should
avail themselves of the opportunity at
once. The exhibit will be at the high
school until Friday, when it will be on
display in the library for the benefit of
the club women of the city, or anyone
interested. The exhibit 1b in chargo of
Mrs. Harry Stair and Mrs. G. S. Chest
erman, being brought here by the Ma
tron's club of this city, and they ex
plain the entire exhibit to visitors. It
consists of beautiful lace making both
Irish crochet, which is such a fad at
the present time, and boblin work, the
process of which Mrs. Stair can explain,
as she 1b making the lace. There are
several samples of hand-made lace
which are exquisite, and orders can be
taken. There are a number of samples
of hand weaving in the exhibit in the
way of towels, pillows, and table run
ners. A hand-woven towel of conven
tional design in this class deserves
special mention, as it was done by the
blind in the Cleveland, O., school. The
leather work and brass work was done
by the Minneapolis high school pupils,
and Is most interesting, also the sten
ciling and tiling. The exhibit is sent
out by the handcraft committee of the
Minnesota State Federation of Wom
en's clubs, of which Mrs. Stair is a
With the Women of the World
Mrs. E. M. Scott is one of the few
members of the National Arts club
who pay no dues. Mrs. Scott is one of
the founders of the National Arts, and
though well past 70 she still paint® in
oils and water color. Several years
ago tpa National Arts club presented
her with a life membership in conse
quence of which she is relieved of tha
payment of any dues.
Miss Frances McGee, a supervisor
of schools in the Philippines, is re
sponsible for the collection of laces
and embroideries which is being ex
hibited at Teachers college. All the
lace ana embroidery is done by Fili
pinos, boys and girls, In the public
school of the islands. It is planned by
the school authorities to teach these
young workers such patterns and
stitches as will make their work more
marketable. The abaka lace and oth
er of the coarser laces seen in the ex
hibition are made by boys and girls in
the third and fourth grades of the
school. In the upper grades the boys
turn their talents to the making of
Dr. C»Wwtf|:
I teceiiMMi tke saaapl* of Syrup Pep
tta aad it did toe se aioek goed that
slaoe tkea I've used two
I weat to mf Aragsiat. 1 will do all 1
eaa te ascaiMieaa It to mj friends.
Vdns H. Dicklasea,
Vsr&dale, Mine/
furniture and to agriculture. These
Philippine schools are entirely self
supporting, and according to the lat
est report of the buerau of education,
the number of American teachers is
constantly decreasing, their positions
being filled by native students as they
are graduated by the normal school.
Mrs. James Is said to have amassed
a fortune of $400,000 by selling water
cress at Covent Garden market, Lon
don. Mrs. James has been selling wa
tercress ever since she was 5 years
old, beginning with two small basket
full. "Hard work is the secret of suc
cess," Mrs. James declares. "I stand
out In the open every morning from 3
o'clock till 10, and after that I have to
look after the fresh cut watercress
which arrives from my farm by every
passenger train. Study your custom
ers, never disappoint them, giv© them
the best and you must succeed." Mrs.
James has a handsome home in Lon
don, a house in the country, a water
cress farm, and keeps a motor launch.
Miss Marie Gertrude Rand of Brook
lyn, N. Y., has Just been awarde,! the
Sarah Berliner research fellowship for
women, the most valuable prize open
to women of science. This fellowship
has a value of $1000 and was awarded
Miss Rand on account of her investi
gations on the psychology of vision,
which reversed accepted theories on
the subject. Miss Rand has been a
special graduate student in Bryn
Mawr for the past four years.
Mrs. Ralph Vorhees of Clinton, N.
J., has just given $2,000 to Rutgers
college to be used for the benefit of
th Ra'ph Vorhees library. This li
brary was a gift from her husband and
was erected in 190S.
Mrs. Long of Denver, Col., Is said to
be the only woman in the world own
ing and managing a zoological garden
and a theatre. For ten years Mrs.
Long has devoted herself to making
her gradens and theatre both a finan
cial and artistic success. Her theatre
has a seating capacity of about 1,800
and Bernhardt, David Warfleld, John
Mason, Mrs. Fiske and a host of other
well known stars have appeared in it.
Her gardens are kept to the highest
standard, with Tuesday in each week
for the children of Denver.
Anyone wishing to make a trisl ef this remedy before buying it in the
regular way ef a druggist at fifty cents or ene dollar a large bottle (family
size) c.«n have a sample bottle aent to the heme free of charge by simply
addressing Dr. W. 0. CaldweiS, 405 Washington St., Monticello, III. Your
name and acMre*® on a postal card will de.
The second of a series of bargains
Women's fine Muslin Under
wear will be placed on sale Sat-:
Prof. E. F. Ladd Has Issued Another
Bulletin on Registration for 1912.
Gives Interesting Points.
Prof. E. F. Ladd of the A. C. faculty,
pure food commissioner for North Da-
Plenty of romping in the open air is undoubtedly an ideal way
to harden a child, aad yet all the playing it might do will not keep
it perfectly well unless its little organs are working harmoniously.
Chief of these organs are the stomaoh and bowels. They are the basis of
all health, in childhood as well as in maturity. Clogged bowels result in
poisons. The blood is vitiated, and nervousness, lassitude and other dis
orders result. Soon the child complains of feeling ill, or does not complain
but acts it. The 'mother should be qu iek to notice it. Restless sleep and
indifferent to food are goed evidences. It is easy, however, to correct
the trouble, and tha eareful mother will always have a reliable remedy
for the purpose at hand- The remedy needed, aad which no family should
be without, Is a trustworthy, mild laxative that a ohild can take without
nausea and yet effective enough for satisfactory results in a grown person.
Such a laxative, filling aH the requirements of an ideal family laxative is
DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN. Few mothers have net heard of
It, and fewer yet who do not keep it constantly in the house. Its use when
a laxative is needed is sura to result in the good health of all the family,
for all can use it. It has replaced in all intelligent homes the promiscuous
use of salts, waters and oafthartics generally—purgatives that are seldom
needed, and especially not by children, women, old people and all others
who require a gentle laxative only. The cost of keeping DR. CALD
WELL'S 8YRUP PEP8IN in the house 1s trifling and the saving that
results in doctors' bills, etc., is very Important. Keeping the bowels open,
at all periods of life, maintains goo4, robust healtu ant pwents oakls,
fevers and the minor skin aad blood disorder*.
Ds. Cetdwell:
1 received the sample ef By rap Pep
sta and also get a |1.00 bottle from my
draggtst and hare aged it and must
say It Is ail you claim for It. It eared
me of a bad cold aad ss a laxative it
test be beaten. Win. Rlschette,
Tunnel City, Wis.
the center aisle, to
which all the women are cordi
ally invited
bination Corset Covers and Skirts, Combination
Corset Covers and Drawers, Petticoats and
Princess Slips. $1.98 and $2.25 garments, for
Extra Special—
inspect this close
price selling. In this assortment
are Night Gowns, Chemise, Com-
Milady's Toilet Table
»y Mac. D'MILLB n
One great advantage of a dry sham-.
poo is that it requires only a few
minutes. It takes out all the dust, ex-
There should be a Jar of Mother's
Salve in every home. It heals minor
cuts, burns and scalds without leaving
a scar. It is a splendid remedy for
sores, skin eruptions, pimples, eczema
and similar beauty destroyers.
cess of oil and dandruff, and leaves)
the scalp clean, cool and refreshed.
The best shampoo powder is n mix
ture of a cupful of cornmeal
small original package of therox.
sprinkle a little on the head and bHtth:
thoroughly through the hair.
A harmless, safe and sure way to
remove superfluous hair is to apply a
delatone paste. Mix enough powdered1
delatone with water to cover the hairs
leave on for two minutes, then wipe i
oft wash the skin and the hairs will I
be gone.
To keep the skin smooth and softj
and make the complexion natural and'
attractive, rub over the face, neck and
arms each morning a lotion made by
dissolving a small original package
of mayatone in a half pint of witch
hazel. This is much better than
powder, for it will not rub off and the
complexion needs no retouching all
day long.
March 21 and 22 will be the spring
opening days at deLendrecie's. The
latest styles and newest materials wIUJ
he shown in great variety. Make It
point to ha present.
kota, has Issued another bulletin on
registrations for 1912, which throw*
light on many interesting points.
The new bulletin takes up the rag*
istrations of whiskies, brandies, rum,
alcohol, gin, wines, grape juice, pops
and sodas, ciders, beers, malts and
other beverages which have been pre
viously registered but whose registra
tion has not been renewed. One por
tion of the bulletin is given over to
the discussion of the endorsement of
the wheat investigations and the casa
of the re-entrance of the National
Biscuit Co., into this state.
Regarding the National Biscuit Co^
a table of the line of the products of
that concern labeled to comply with
the requirements of the state f• od law,
which were examined by the food com
missioner, is given in full. Professor
Ladd also takes up a discussion of
mento-laxene, catsup, flexol, the drug
and patent medicine law, fake doctors
and gives some food analysis.
Dr. Oaidweii:
Will say I received your fr«e sam
ple of Syrup Pepsla. I have used a
BOc bottle since then and like It fln%.
Oor little glri was very sick »ltn
Uowei trouble last winter and am oifc
lng U for ber and another little girl
that bad iadlgestlon. Manj thanfe?
Mr*. A. W.
VMa, I1L
Dr. Osldwsli:
I hare tried jrour sample bettta that
seat me and it ceemed to help so
went to the drug store and got a 50e
foottie. I tbinfe It is the best tbiiig
in world for coBetipatioc. I have
beftB bothered with It for years and
never got anything to cure before 1
used year Syrup Pepsin.
Miss Mule Taget,
Marinette, Wis.

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