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Social Notes
jMisa Emma Eichorst of H&nnaford
spending a few days this week in
Mattel Lemnus and Miss Susie
ss came in from Leonard to spend
!a short time with friends.
Friends wil regret to learn of the
i«»th of Mrs. Stella Mclntyre Pye,'
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Adams,
which occurred In Minneapolis recent
ly* Mrs. Pye resided at Fargo and
lAMoure for many years, and was1
4'. charming lady and of a most lova
ble Character.
/Mfrs. Amidon announced that owing
fw the rush for score cards for the
large number of babies "who have been
©ft^red for the Baby Health contest,
tljat it has been necessary to send a
ni*h order for more cards and that
who have not been provided with
cards will be able to secure them to
nufrrow afternoon at the time of judg
hjs- The contest will take place at
tp Y. W. C. A. tomorrow from 1
tfclock until 6 and the results will be
latched with greatest interest by peo
from all over the country.
state Audubon society recently
Itafet at Grand Forks and the reports
fron the different departments showed
a krge interest and a great deal of
wofk done. The headquarters will be
removed to Fargo and all information
aafto the birds and their preservation
in^Jthe state will be given out from hera»
D£ W. B. Bell of the agricultural col-,
ljge was elected president, Morris
Ahnson of Valley City, vice president
fhd Mrs. G. H. Hollister of Fargo, sec
retary and treasurer. The new' board
/of directors consists of Rev. J. K.
Burleson, Grand Forks, Prof. C. G.
Schmidt, Grand Forks Professor
Freeman, Fargo college Mrs. R. J.
Haxby, Fargo W. W. Cook, president
North Dakota Game and Fish Protec
tive association, Fargo Fred McLean,
etate game warden, Fargo Mrs. Wil-
liam Fulger, Devils Lake," Miss Bessie'
Baldwin, Williston.
This evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Johnston Wagner on Fourth
avenue south, Moorhead, will take
place the marriage of their charming
daughter, Miss Ivy Wagner to Walter
Aylen of Missoula, Mont The at-..
Pendants will be Miss Leila Douglas
of St. Paul, bridesmaid and Miss
Lylu Wagner, sister of the bride-to
be, maid-of-honor. Lowry Smith of
Kentucky will be the best man. The
feremony will take place at 6:45 and
will be followed by a wedding dinner
for the immediate family. A recep
tion to friends will take place at 8
/o'clock. Mr. Aylen will take his bride
to western points to spend the sum
mer and they will later be at home
at Nashville, Tenn. Miss Wagner has
been, one of the most popular brides
of the season and a large number of
very beautiful pre-nuptial events have
been given in her honor. Out-of-town
guerts will include, Dr. and Mrs. J.
P. Aylen of Missoula, Mont., parents
the bridegroom Miss Leila Doug
las of St. Paul, Lowry Smith of Ken
tucky, Mrs. J. V. Campbell of Spo
jtftfie.. ^esh. W. B. Douglas of fit.
JDteryooe should use some little antiseptic
powder in the shoes Confining the feet in
shoes, is in ItBelf unnatural and causes a
moist or smarting condition. People of
refln«ment now nse dally, Allen's Foot-
Ease the antiseptic powder to be shaken
into the shoes, and would as soon go with,
oat & dentifrice as without the use of
Alton's Foot-Ease*.
The safest glove
i# buy—
•'Kaysei"'— the kind that
-f **don't wear out" at
the finger ends—and
sold to you with—
A Guarantee that
'a new pair free" if
the "tips" wear out
before the gloves.
"Kayser" gloves
"cost no more"
than the "ordinary
kind"—and are
worth double.
Don't accept the "just
as good" kind.
There's a way to lell
the genuine
"look in the hem" for
he name "Kayser." It
is therefor your protec
"Kayser," the
safest glove to buy.
Short Silk Gloves
60c, 76c,f $1.00, $1.25
Long Silk Qlov»«
75c., $1.00
$1.25, $1.50
Julius Kayser
truxriariniT ajmra
Interest to tho me
Call Soelaty Editor uy of tkc Fnrui's F«w Wlm ui Aak lor five. iMMcnct Mwee. Ml-J
W --.
Here is an attractive trotteur
frock in mustard canvas. The
three gore skirt shows a middle
front seam and small tab exten
sions. The girdle and buttons are
of black satin. The collar and
cuffs are of ecru Venlse lace.
Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. A* C. Mur
ray of Wadena, Minn.
The Bible class of district No. 59,
Mrs. D. D. Simons, leader, will meet
with Mrs. F. E. Kindred, chairman.
311 Seventh avenue south, on Wed
nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The W. !fc C. held a very pleasant
social time yesterday afternoon at
their headquarters in the library.
There was a good attendance and the
corps talked over plans for the con
vention of the W. R. C. which will be
held at the time of the G. A. R. en
campment about June 12 at Casselton.
Refreshments were served as usual.
F. W. Froemke and family and Miss
Bertha Krueger 'of Sheldon spent the
day yesterday in Fargo. The Froemko
family have recently returned from.
Florida, where they spent the winter
at Daytona. He tells very interestingly
of the country and of the number of
North Dakota people whom he met in
the south. Mrs. Froemke remained in
Milwaukee to visit for a short time be
fore returning home.
The Votes for Women league met
for their regular meeting last evening
with a very fine attendance and a very
interesting programme was carried
out. Dr. Ella Lonn of Fargo college
who was announced to speak was in
disposed and the evening was sperijt
mostly in discussing plans for a state
convention of the Votes for Women
league to he held here June 13. On
that evening the playette The Pot and
The Kettle from the pens of Cecily
Hamilton and Christopher ,St. Johns
will probably be given. It is thought
that this play will be given free to
the public but that a silver offering
will be taken to defray the royalties
which will attend the production."
Steps have been taken very recently
for a state organization and it 19
thought that at this time that organ*
ization will be perfected. Items fronO
the speeches made recently in the
United States congress by Baker of
California, Hobson of Alabama and
Berger of Wisconsin were read. These
speeches were for granting the right
of franchise to the women of Alaska
and the result was a tie vote. The
feature of the evening was the reading
of a paper £y Mrs. F. H. Wilder on
tho Conditions of Working Girls in
Fargo. This paper has been reviewed
before in The Forum and is an espe
cially excellent one, as It is the outH*
come of a thorough and personal in^
vestigation of conditions In Fargo. The
paper caused a great deal of discussion
and Supt. W. L. Stockwell who was
present offered a suggestion to the
club women that they appoint from
their number someone who would be
competent to give a regular report of
the conditions and in this way do what
is possible to improve them. Miss Win-
mrmi mum
Your Hosiery, Madam, Should Fit
I Snug—Hold Their Shape
The test of hosiery is in the wearing.** They must not stretch
and rip. II they do after one wearing, the hose will wrinkle and
bunch. .They're cheap in price, but poor in economy.
Hosiery for'Women
are knit to hold their shape. They con
form to every line from toe to knee, and
give only where elasticity is required.
Pfttrick.Duhitk regrular women's hose of pare mercer
!aed sHk lisle are knit from four-thread best spun vara with six
•(•thread high spliced hcef and toe- Double sole. Top with four-inch
double thick hem. not knitted or sewed on, but ia one continuous,
seamless fabric. They wear as no other kind will.
Ask your dealer to show you Putriclc-Duluth hose for evening
ijf WMl. Ttear satisfy the most fastidious and judicious bflpifc.
V .- Write for Patrick Hulufh Quality Book.
P.- A. PATRICK & CO., Duluth*!
Dey Goods DlstrlSruiwjt at Wh Uwwfe ittrers of Garment* tor
Men, Women anil Children, Makers at AU Wuot CJvths and Bteurhets.
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ntfred Ryan pleased the ladiee very
much with & piano solo.
Miss Elsie Berthold of Reynold#
called on Fargo friends this week.
Mrs. H. C. Hendrickson and Mrs. D.
E. Rogers of Portland visited in the
shopping districts of the city yes
The Ladies Aid society of the
Evangelical association will meet
Thursday at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs.
Walter Thompson, 1341 Fourth ave
nue south.
Mrs. Hugh Miller' .of Tlttad avenue
north expects to leave tomorrow morn
ing for Mitchell, S. D., where she will
attend the commencement exercises
for the graduation of her brother, who
leaves in a short time on a commis
sion to South America. Mrs. Miller
will alio visit s! her home at Can
ton, S. D.
Jamestown Alert: The Standard
Bearers, an organization consisting of
twenty young ladles, held a surprise
party at the home of their president,
Miss Theresa Howland, last Saturday
afternoon. The young ladles arrived
laden with delicacies, and spent a most
enjoyable evening. The affair was a
farewell given in honor of the Misses
Howland and Brainerd who after their
graduation will leave Jamestown for
their future homes at Fapgo and Sou
oris, N. D.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Carter, 404 Tenth avenue north, Sat
urday, occurred the marriage of Wil
liam Rabbin and Miss Ida Atkinson.
The ceremony was very simple but
pretty and Judge Miller officiated.
The bridegroom is a well-known
young business man with the Flsk
Rubber Co., and the bride is popu
lar in her. set. The happy couple
will make their home at 409 Ninth
avenue north, and have the well
wishes of a large circle of friends.
An item from The Minneapolis Jour
nal which will be of much interest
to Fargo people is that in which Mr.
and Mrs. H. Batchelor of West Thir
ty- second street, Minneapolis, an
nounce the engagement of their neice.
Miss Grace LeCompte to Wilbur D.
Mclntyre of this city. Miss LeCompte
formerly lived in New York City and
attended the Plalnfleld seminary at
Plainfleld, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Bat
chelor and their neice are well known
in Fargo, having lived here several
years ago. Mr. Mclntyre is a rising
young business man of this city and
is the son of Mrs. E. M. Mclntyre of
Third avenue south. The marriage
will take place very early In June.
The Business Girls' Bible class met
last evening for their first study meet
ing and there were about 175 girls
present. Mrs. Taylor, who has been
chosen leader for this class, introduced
Miss Crittenton, secretary of the north
central territorial committee and she
spoke briefly to the girls, extending to
them an Invitation to the Y. W. C. A.
tomorrow evening, when she will be
present and tell them something of
the association work. The girls voted
to meet at the First Presbyterian
church at 7:15 o'clock until further
notice and they decided to authorize
the secretary to Bend a notice of ap
preciation to the Presbyterian board
for their kind offer of the church as
a meeting place. Preliminaries to study
were taken up and at the next meet
ing the members will be required to
register, their names and whether the
lesson has been prepared or not. The
study of the book of Acts will com
prise the work of the class for a time.
Ladj's Dress.
charming dress ihowji la this de»
ngn Is simplicity itself In fashioning. The
waist is cut with body and sleeves in one
and tte skirt Is a four gored model. Ths
•tyllsh closing is feature^. The de*
*gn is exceOeat for development in pon
I Rpe, taffeta, nao&air, linen, pique and
i "tlier pretty wash materials. Insertion or
kraid may be a»ed to trim the waist as
pattern, Bo, C£2S, cat In at** 82
i to 42 inches bast meaaors. Medium tfre
fcqulras 5% yards of 36 tech material and
I yards rf insertion.
The pattern ean be c&tained by sending
c«nta to the office of thts paper.
The Forum Printing Co.,
Fargo, N. D.
Enclosed find 10c, for which please
hare sent to the following addieas,
the pattern described above.
Street, or Box KaalMHr.
a »»«mm »M
Town sad fjMpte...
'u-jl'i.1 -rrc-—
The thousands who suffer the mis
eries of catarrh, and claim they hav
never found a cure, can get instant
relief by simply anointing the nostril
with Ely's Cream Balm.
Unlike internal medicines which up
set the stomach, or strong snuffs which
only aggrax'ate the trouble, this cleans
ing, healing, antiseptic balm instantl
reaches the seat of the trouble, stop
the nasty discharge, clears the nos«
head and throat, and brinss back th
sense of taste, smell and hearing. Mor
than this, it strengthens the weakened
diseased tissues, thus protecting yo\
against a return of the trouble.
Nasal catarrh is an inflammation of
the meirtbrance lining the air passage*
and cannot be reached with mixture
taken into the stomach or wit!
snuffs and powders which only caus
additional Irritation. Don't wast
time. Get a fifty cent bottle of Ely'
Cream Balm from your druggist, an
after using it for a day you will wis
you had tried It sooner. Agents, Fou
& Porterfield.
At the Hotels
J. E. Hill of Erie is In the city.
Andrew Jenaon of Buffalo la In th
William Piper of Leonard is In th
F. Severson of Ntsbet was In the clt
of Wyndmere 1
Martin Scranstad
in the city.
A. D. Heaton is In tflke elty ftrw
J. A. Reel of Jamestown was la the
city today.
C. R. Peterson Is ia the city from
F. G. Rowan of Mlnot spent the day
in the city.
R. Heyward of Grand Forks waa In
the city today.
George J. Price la to the city from
Grand Forks.
W. J. Courtney of Page spent the
day in the city.
A. L. Stern of Wahpeton spent the
day in the city.
H. C. Lehnor of Bantry was a Forgo
business caller today.
C. W. Kelly of Devils Lake la a guest
at the Waldorf hotel.
Olaf Tiegen of Berwick was to the
city today on business.
S. H. Ougstad of Manfred la regia
tered at the Elliott hotel.
E. F. Klerman of Medina ia atop
plng at the Prescott hotel.
O. Lundquist of Bismarck waa In
the city today on business.
N. C. Menger. of Kaiser spent the
day in the business district.
A. M. Hand of Mandan spent the
day in the business district.
W. A. Lanterman of Mandan was a
Fargo business caller today.
D. E. Can well of Grafton spent the
day in the business district.
F. J. Pietz of Linton mingled in
Fargo business circles today.
William Kownags of Jamestown was
in the city today on business.
F. W. MacManus of Buford mingled
In Fargo business circles today.
H. M. Williams of Blanchard was a
business visitor in the city today.
W. A. Monroe of Langdon was a
business visitor in the city today.
Mrs. James F. Shea of Wahpeton
is a guest at the Metropole hotel.
A. G. Leonard of Grand Forks was
a business visitor in the city today.
George W. Moers of Devils Lake
was a Fargo business caller today.
A. R. Lanham of Devils L&kw min
gled In Fargo business circles today.
Mrs. D. E. Rogers and Mrs. H. C.
Hendrickson of Portland, are guests at
the Gardner hotel.
The Minnesota Women Suffrage as
sociation includes in tihe literature
which it is distributing this season, a
Vote for Women Catechism, which
reads as follows:
"What is equal suffrage?*
"It is the right of both men and
women to have a voice in the laws
that govern them.
"Where in the United States do
women vote?
"In Idaho, Colorado, Wyoming,
Utah and Washington.
"Do the women of these states vote
for president?
"Yes, for president* Tic# president
and congressmen.
"What women vote In the suffrage
"The mothers and taxpayers.
"What women do not vote?
"A few society women and the wom
en of the 'underworld.'
"Do not women stay away from the
"In Colorado women are only 42 per
cent of the population, but they cast
45 per cent of the vote.
"Do not the 'objectionable' women
"In'Idaho they are forbidden to reg
ister. At the last election in Denver
A Sid si of Beauty is & Joy Forever.
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i'ltckie*, Moth P*tcb«L
•CJotrrawsl's Cream
H**b, an3 Skin DiaeaMn,
sad tvtrr bier- i«h
on benUy. mci de
fies detection. Ik
hfcs tiooti the Umt
year?, sail
if SO W«
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in prop^riy icad*.
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rtlt of rtmiimr
nMX!«. Dr. L.
okiis preiiaraUoEi." F.--ir «»i« bjr »li ciri'-st'lst* FsM:cy
i s Oooaa Cealero la «Ue Uai'.c-d Stu«t. Caruwi* miiS Samp*.
If iiV
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liar of
tli» haat-
tou patieot) s
As you l&d'.ts
um tbtta,
I r«c(»Bim«n4
tfet! hwnsfB! of mil t&e
iy u i* i i *t s -u
telS"' 'if, .*V
$2.50 to $10.00
women cast 55 per cent of the vlte in
the best residence district, and only
4 per cent of the vote in the 'slum'
"Dies woman suffrage decrease mar
"No. It increases it. In Wyoming
and Idaho a larger percentage of wom
en are married than in any other state
in the union.
"Does woman suffrage increase di
"No. It decreases it. Where wom
en have voted the longeet, divorce is
only one-eighth as frequent as in sim
ilar states where they do not. In New
Zealand divorce has decreased 77 per
cent since women began to vote.
"Are women compelled to vite in the
suffrage states?
"No nor the men. In 1904, 7,000,
000 qualified
in the United
States failed to vote for president.
"If women vote, are they compelled
to serve on jury?
"No. In Utah Jury duty is optional,
but any defendant may ask that wom
en be summoned on the Jury.
"Are men compelled to serve on
"In Washington the following men
are exempt: lawyers, ministers and
priests, physicians, teachers, locomo
tive engineers, members of the fire de
partment, civil and judicial officers of
the United States, and men over 60
years of age. Any one may be excus
ed if it is shown that his interests or
the Interests of the public will be in
jured by his attendance."
1 m.
Lady Duff-Gordon.
Lady Duff-Gordon, famous cre
ator of fashions and widely known
on both sides of the Atlantic, and
her husband are being sharply cri
ticized in England for the course
they took at the time of the Titanic
disaster. The Duff-Gordons were
passengers on the wrecked ship
and escaped in a lifeboat, which it
i^n s
NEW LINEN COATS-In natural shades,
White Wash Dresses and Skirts in
cotton, corduroys, lawns, batistes,
voiles, linens, etc. Priced from
Other Towns and Cities and re
ferred to the work Caroline Bartlett
Crane, the municipal civic doctor, who
has done so much !n this line for
many cities. Miss Anna B. 'Vie&e
spoke upon Public Play Grounds and
of what is doing in this line in
th state. This was followed by a
Kf-neral discussion in which Miss Ben
principal of the norln side school,
stated that a slide, several swings
and a m^rry-go-round were now in
use at that school with much enjoy
ment by the children. It is hoped to
put put In a croquet set for the older
children. In this connection a spe
committee consisting of Mrs. W.
B. DeNauit, Miss Benson and Mrs.
Frank Rathman was appointed on
public play grounds. This committee
will investigate the matter and prob-
4 f»
Wash Goods Wash Goods Wash Goods
Voiles, Tissues, Lawns, Batistes, Secos, Cotton
Foulards, Poplins, etc. In all the new shades.
Per yard
Ready-to-Wear Departmet.
Priced dji
i $ u
All Embroidery to Be Sold At Greatly
Reduced Prices
Is said, was little more than half
filled. As they steered their craft
to safety through the Titanic
wreckage, many drowning people
begged to be taken aboard. To all
their supplications the Duff-Gor
dons were deaf. Had they been
willing to take others aboard,
many who were lost would have
been saved. These facts were
brought out at the Titanic inquiry
in England.
The Woman's club of Lisbon held
its annual election of officers Satur
day afternoon, as follows:
President—Mrs. Wm. M. Jones,sr.
First Vice President—Mrs, C«. E
Second Vies President—Mrs. M. 1
Recording Secretary—Miss Grace
Corresponding Secretary—Mrs. H. S.
Treasurer—Mrs. EX C. Lucas.
The first year's existence of the
Woman's club of Jamestown closed
Saturday when" the reports of officers
for the year were received and the
following officers selected for the en
suing year:
President—Mrs. W. B. DeNauit.
Vice President—Mrs, Frank B. Rath
Secretary—Mrs. E, L. Lay the.
Treasurer—Mrs. D. C. Wood.
Auditor—Miss Helen Allen.
Mrs. D. C. Wood and Mrs. Frank
Rathman gave interesting reports of
the recent federation meeting Wim
bledon. Prior to this business a brief
meeting was held and civic better
ment discussed in two papers and
generally. Mrs. Roy Wolfer gave a
paper on Progress of Civic Betterment
madras cloth, natural
gees, etc. Prices from
(xat&City Auto Co.'s showroom
three days more. Don't miss it
You Wrtil the
(Established over a, Quarter of m. Century.)
."PWPPy"^'wi' wp
Beddmg Plaits all kiadf, Trve to Bant c$W.
fnl M,S8|alesee Irani Growm
lawns, batistes,
linen, pon­
98c to $4.50
ably report at an early meeting ia
the fall when plans will be laid for
next season. On Imitation from Mrfe
B. F. Bigelow the social meeting dt
the club will be held at her residency
In Jamestown, May 25. There are no«i
thirty-four active members and ftire
associate members In the club.
Mrs. John Langlegr, wife of Con
gressman Langley of Kentucky, Is
very popular In Washington. She
Is the daughter of Congressman
Gudgel of North Carolina, and was.
married to Mr. Langley in 1894.
She expects to leave the capital
soon, and will spend the summer at«
her Kentucky home.
If so write, telephone or telegraph us. We have
the largest stock
Ferns, Palms, Flowering Plants and
always a fresh stock of cut flowers cut daily from-our
seven large greenhouses.
Order Early for Graduation Exercises
Wedding Flowers at All Kiml*
Mrs. John W. Lsngley.
Will that Connecticut young womaA
who announces defiantly that she wilt':
not wed until she is allowed to votfe.
tell us confidentially how many pro
posals she has had?
Captain Ccot has decided to spenSf^
another year in the vicinity of thh
south pole. The women are righfc?
Some men never do know when
oome home.
Forum Want Ads Get Quick Resuttt.
the Chalmers Motor
Parts Exhibition at
May 30
and Front St
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