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Social Notes ik.Mrs* W&'roemke came in from wsrkeston to attend to some shopping -w k i s w e e k I Mrs. Jame# Bentlsy ot Ortonvllle, inn., is the guest for a few weeks of 8. A. J. Kaess of North Broadway. Mr. and Mra. A. A. Morse of Port land, Ore., arrived in Fargo Wednes day and are the guests for a week of Jjtrs. Morse's sister, Mrs. M. Stanford of Fourth street south. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Clisbe and daugh Vt*r, Miss Claire, and Mrs. Clisbe's Mother, Mrs. Belle -Sallade, are plan ning to leave a week from Sunday fi»r their new home in Seattle. Mr. Olisbe has been associated with W. A. M. Smith in the Mutual Life Insurance Co. and Will accompany him west. Mrs. N. K. Hubbard and daughter, itiss Mabel, are expected this after noon and will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. White of Thirteenth •treet south for a short time. They iCill open their home on Ninth street south immediately. Mrs. Hubbard and Miss Hubbard have spent the past Winter very pleasantly In southern California. Mr. and Mrs. Alton K. Selby of Harrison, Ida., have arrived at the hom© of Mr. Selby's mother, Mrs. F. Si Peck of Grand Forks. Mr. Selby ig a brother of Mrs. F. H. Wilder Of this city, who will leave next week t&r Grand Forks. The Times has the Allowing: Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. #elby arrived last evening from their home at Harrison, Ida., and will be *11 miner guests at the homes of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Barring ttm and Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Peck This tti their first visit home since their Wedding two years ago and they are •lira that it will be a delightful one. v|n route to this city, Mr. and Mrs. Selby stopped at Cutbank, Mont., for e§ short visit with Mrs. Selby's father, V. W. Barrington, and his son, Lee, itid they spent yesterday in Minot rs eets of Howard Booker. They will guests at the Barrington home un til they move to Cutbank and then fiRSTAPHJMiail BMiitNS THE HAIR A 8IMPLE REMEDY GIV~8 COLOR, STRENGTH AND BEAUTY tO THE HAtfl, You don't have to have gray hair or faded hair if you don't want to. Why look old or unattractive? If your hair .'•-.III gray or faded, you can change it -tasily, quickly and effectively by using ^'yeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy. Apply a little tonigut, and in the morning you will be agreeably sur prised at the results from a single Application. The gray hairs will be less Conspicuous, aqd after a few more Applications will be restored to natural kk/K r» Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur also J|uickly removes dandruff, leaves the •fcalp clean and healthy, and promotes the growth of tha hair- It is a clean Wholesome dressing which may be us ed at any time with perfect safety. Get a fifty cent bottle from your druggist today, and see how quickly it Will restore the youthful color and beauty of your hair and forever end .4he nasty dandruff, hot. itchy scalp find falling hair. All druggists sell under guarantee that the money £Hll be refunded if you are not satis fled after fair trial. Special agents, Fout & Porterfield, fl Broadway. ook in the hem— If you find tbe name "Kayser," you have 7-rf* the "genuine" —the kind that "don't wear out" at the finger ends, and every pair contains**- V a A Guarantee that Guarantees a new pair free" a the "tips" wear out before the gloves. Oon't accept the "just as good" kind "Kayser" gloves cost no more" and are worth double. J* There's a way to Ml the genuine^ "look in the hem" for the name "Kayser." It is assurance of quality and reliability. Short Silk Gloves 60o., 7&C.. $1.00, $1.23 $1.60 Lone Slik Clovaa T0e., $1.2* *1.«0, *S.«0 /alius K*ystr Co., Maker* New York Rug Book free! \YRITE iot lt Tells how you can change your old carpets into rugs at a low price. A postal will bring it fargo Carpet & Rug Co. tea Eighth St. s. Farfio. D. Of Interest to the Women Call tfee $o«£ety Editor on, mmy ol Hhe Fo ,*« 8r'#«r wire* mm A Awfe %m Vive. ft««Mle»ee Fhorae, 93S-J they will be entertained at the home of Mrs, Peck. Miss Frances Montague of Crooks ton is in the city for a day or two. Mrs. Meridtyn Pearce of Leonard spent a day or two in Fargo this week. Mrs. W. C. Goddard of Leonard is the guest of friends in the city for a few days. Miss Blanch Freeman of Verona Is the guest of friends in Fargo for a short time. Mrs. S. F. Crabbe and children are expected home Sunday evening from San Diego, Cal„ where they have spent the winter. Friends will be very pleased to learn that Miss Helen Ganley, who was op erated upon at St. John's hospital a few days ago, is getting along very nicely and hopes to be about again very soon. Mrs. A, Ntohold lutas returned home after spending the past three weeks in the hospital at Brainerd. Minn. Mrs. Naehold underwent a very serious operation and is getting along Very nicely. This evening the O. H. S. Evening Bridge Club will give their annual banquet at the Comstock hotel in Moorhead. This event will close the season for the summer and following the banquet 500 will be played. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. M. Smith and daughter, Miss Ellen, and Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. Ellen Pierce expect to leave Saturday for Seattle, where Mr Smith will take charge of his new po sition with the Mutual Life Insurance Co. This afternoon the Friday Afternoon 500 club held their final meeting at the home of Mrs. H. F. Miller of Roberts street. Following the game a luncheon was served with very pretty appointments, from the card tables. The meetings of the elub will be discontinued until fall. Mrs. L. H. Taylor of AntigO, Wis., was honor guest yesterday at a very charming informal afternoon party given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Taylor of Roberts street, where she is a guest for a fortnight. A happy time wftB spent in chat and needlework and a nice luncheon was served. The Alpha Phi Beta sorority and the Alpha Mu fraternity of the A. C. were splendid hostesses and hoBts last even ing to the senior classes of the Far go and Moorhead high schools. A ban quest. was served in the college armory at an early hour, covers being laid for over 100. Decorations were clever ly carried out in the color scheme of the college colors, green and ye3low. Beautiful ferns adorned the table and the pots were tied with yellow crepe paper and ribbon. President Worst of the A. C. was master of ceremonies. Miss Katherine Keye represented the Fargo high school very neatly, Miss Delphea Kittlesrud "spoke for the Moor head high school and J. R. Edwdrds, principal of the Moorhead school spoke as did Principal Robinson of the Fargo institution. After the banquet which was thoroughly enjoyed the guests were entertained at the various build ings on the campus and were given an opportunity to view the interesting Bights at the state school. Music was played during the evening by the col lege orchestra. Miss Frances M. Crlttenton, who has been a guest at the local Y. W. C. A. this week left yesterday afternoon for Grand Forks to remain until next Tuesday. The Grand Forks Times has the folowing item: Miss Crittenton will give her first talk Saturday aft ernoon at 2:30 o'clock -when she will meet all the members of the T. W. C. A board of directors and all commit tees. Sunday she will lead the ves per service. The annual Y. W. C. A. membership banquet will be held next Monday evening. May 27, and invita tion cards have been mailed out to 410 members. The banquet this year will serve two purposes, the annual gathering of all members of the asso ciation and as a special honor to Miss Frances Crittenton of the national committee who will be the guest of the local association from this even ing until next Tuesday. Miss rit tenton will give the principal talk, but (he complete programme for the even ing following the banquet service has not yet been arranged. The banquet will be served this year in the dining hall of Plymouth Congregational church and it will be prepared by the ladies of Plymouth guild. For this reason it is requested that all receiv ing invitations make reservations by Friday noon, phoning their acceptance to the association building. STATE WEDDINGS A very quiet and simple service marked the marriage of Miss Louise Hustad and Hiram Hamilton, which took place at the Methodist Episcopal church in Minot. The bride is a very likeable young woman who has made her home in Minot for several yearss and the bridegroom is the popular cashier at the Great Northern freight depot. Fred Peters and Louise Miller Were married this week by Rev. Father Augustine, at St. Joseph's Catholic church at Devils Lake. The brides maid was Clarine Miller, while Ben Wimmer acted as best man. The happy couple left for the' twin cities, where they will visit for several days. Wednesday evening the Episcopal residence at Bismarck was the scene of a quiet nuptial event when Father Hiltner united Grant Marsh and Miss Irene Knott in the holy bonds of matri mony. Only the immediate families of the contracting parties were present tit the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Marsh will take up their residence at their home in Bismarck. Mr. Marsh is an employe of Webb Brothers' department store and has lived in Bismarck his entire life. He is one ef the most popular young men of that city. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knott, and prior to the wedding was employed by the North Dakota In dependent Telephone Co, Nickel Plate Read Will sell, effective June 1st, tickets Chicago to New York and return, 127. Boston and return, $26, Reduced rates to other eastern points. Also variable routes. Liberal stopovers. Incjuir© of local agent, or write John Y. Calahan, Asst. GenL P&ats. Agt„ 66 Adams St,% OhKVsjo* At the L. Manson of Maxbass is in tbe city. W. A. Hagva of Grand forks is the city. J. J. Mulcready «tf Jamestown is in the city. John J. Grunge ft in the city from Enderlin. J. H. Batten of Grand Forks was in the city today. I* E. Haskin* of Page wan in city today. C. C. Jackson Grand Forks. F. D. Hill of Lincoln to registered at the Elliott hotel. R. C. Kittle of Casselton was a Fargo business caller today. W. J. Courtney of Page was in the city today on business. G. H. Oleson of Lisbon J. M. Freer and son of Hannaford were business visitors in the city to day. THE TABOO FOBUM 'AMD DAILY REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 24, the 1? in the city from E. R. Hiilstrom oi ¥appen was in the city today. t? H. j. Davis of Bismarck day in the city. spent the A. J. Henry, jr., of Valley City spent the day in the city. Is a at the Metropole hotel. H. L. Calkins of Grandin was go business caller today. gttest a Far J. P. Hoover of Willow City is a guest at the Waldorf hotel. R. Heyward of Grand Forks was in the city today on business. H. B. Huntley of Leonard mingled in Fargo business circles today. C. A. Swanson of Jamestown spent the day in the business district. S. F. Pinkham of Casselton mingled in Fargo business circles today. George H. Morris of Pembina was business visitor in the city today. a Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Nelson of Valley City are guests at the Gardner hotel. C. E. McLaughlin of Grand Forks spent the day in the business district. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Merritt and fam ily of Drayton are stopping at the Preacott hotel. Henry Ferris, Haa&r, NeK is the father of ten children and for the past twenty years has used Foley's Honey and Tar Compound with the best of results. He tells us: "I think Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is the best cough medicine in the world for I have used it for the past twenty years and oan recommend it to anyone needing a cough medicine,* Iter by all druggists. Forum Want Ads Get Quick Results. K CLUB NOTES The Woman's club of Minot met in regular session in the library club room for the final study meeting of the year. It was decided to bold the an nual meeting at Mrs. F. J. Lyman's home in that city when all the various officers and committees will make full reports and officers will be elected for the coming year. The lesson was led by Mrs. Lyman and consisted of the closing chapters of Boble's Civics. The Bketch was Maude Adams and was presented in an excellent paper by Mrs. C. F. Taylor. She said: "Maude Adams is a little, homelike woman with intimate gentle graces, a fanciful elfln humor, retiring, shy and unworld ly, yet at 40 she finds herself the most conspicuous figure on the English speaking stage. She seems to be the embodiment of something national, to speak for her tie and countrymen with a popular authority. The world has grown better from the strong and sweet persons Who have lived in it and no less from the true interpretations of their lives by really great artists. Maude Adams must be accepted as a force in progress and civilization, as a person luminous with sweetness and light, even more than as an artist. She inspires a high ideal of conduct and reaches her highest moments as an actress when she is expressing her self." The paper given by Mrs. A. M. Thompson on Our Superior Laws was very instructive and especially timely with woman's suffrage looming up in the near future. Grand Forks Times: The state con vention of North Dakota suffragists for the purpose of organizing a state association has been called for Thurs day, June 13, and will be held in Fargo under the direction of the Fargo Votes for Women league. Though the members of the Grand Forks Votes for Women club took the in itiative in the state convention move ment they have felt that a deference was due the Fargo league for the reason that it fttas the first recog nized suffrage club in the state and in presenting the matter to the suf frage workers of that city they im mediately made arrangements for the calling of the state convention. Thpy have asked the co-operation of the Grand Forks club and also asked the local ladies to provide one number on the programme, either a paper or an address. The programme is not yet complete but the Fargo league Is busy upon it and one number will be pre sentation of the suffrage play, The Pot and the Kettle. Grand Forks has been asked to send as many delegates as will find it convenient to attend, every woman's club in the state in terested in the votes for women move ment will be invited to Bend delegates and the North DaJtota W. C. T. U. which has a suffrage department will be asked to send *"t leaft one delegate from each district. MR8. ATLEE POMERENE, ONE OF THE MOST CHARMING WOMEN AT NATIONAL CAPITAL ^3S* ISSIBi r(. fcfc| vrjfcjc^ O. H. Killard, county treasurer of Morton county, has given the Ladies' Civic league of Mandan the sum of $10 to be divided in prizes among the Junior league. The ladies have divided the money as follows: For the best garden, $1.60 for the second best garden, II for the third best garden in each of the three wards in the city, 75 cents. mi Mis mr: R6. ATLEE POMERENE. Washington, D. C., May 24.—One of the most charming women at the na tional capital ia Mrs. Atlee Pomerene. wife of the Ohio senator. She has a host of friends and one of them has recently written mi appreciation of e "She Is a woman whom you im mediately select in a large group or gathering as the one you would chief ly like to begin to know," writes this friend. "This Instant appreciation and admiration which she uncon sciously calls forth may be due to a number of things that we will pro ceed to mention. These first must be surface things, mind, because you are attracted, you understand, before you are acquainted at all or have any op portunity to know what her real char acter is like. As you do know her, you will find there is even more than you thought—Mrs, Pomerene does not disappoint you in your ideals for a senator's wife. "In the first place she'is tall and possessed of a singular, well-poised grace that holds your eyes with pleas ure immediately. Then sh© dresses In exquisite taste—wearing, the moat do ^1 J" I lightfully feminine gowns and, hate— we rather like hats that have soft bunches of plumes and droppy, artis tic lines, and our esthetic sensibilities could not but be pleased with Mrs. Pomerene's. A soft, shimmering: grey dress—we spell grey with an "e" in preference to "a" here because we think it gives a better description— a cooler, less flat color someway with less pink in it—that trained Just a little with thfe tiniest imaginable switch, a hat such as we have hinted at, with a—we hesitate even though we are a woman—a man would say pink or red. feather at once and be done with it, but you know there is the greatest difference between coral and cerise, rose and American beauty erimson and scarlet, and air the other variations of those two. "Anyway the color of the plumes was 1n the general direction we have indicated and gave just the right livening touch to the grey costume. Everyone who has eome in contact with Mrs. Pomerene likes her—she is a woman without an enemy and with very many warm, positive and de voted W£i i *. i»Vt- TWELVE BMS iiiizLs ah°hahyPboy VoTflrsf pT^ cl«a, and .ecoad p,l». wje award* points were given honorable mention and there were eighty-nine of these. The Judges were Dr. Weible, Dr. Nichols, Dr. MacGregor and Dr. Camp bell, while Dr. Callander, Dr. Mal larian and Dr. Ella Hull gave health talks to the waiting mothers on Tues day afternoon. The judges were as sisted by three trained nurses and Miss Grace Robinson. The results were obtained late yesterday afternoon after close decisions, for there were a great many babies who scored high. Those in charge of the contest are much pleased with the results and the interest with which the mothers Of Fargo responded. The contest has, however, attracted nation-wide atten tion for the Fargo contest is only the second which has been held in the United States, the flrst and original contest having been originated in Iowa last year. Mrs. C. F. Amidon, president of the Washington Neighborhood cltrb, was chairman of the committee in charge, and the remainder of the committee were, Mrs. F. H. Wilder, president of the Longfellow Neighborhood club and of the Fortnightly club Mrs. J. W. Tells Consumptives How He Cot Well Tnb^rmlosls is said to be curable by simply living in the opni air and taking an abundance of fresh eggs and milk. Un doubtedly, some persons are benefited in this way but an effective remedy for Consumption is Eckman's Alterative. Do all you possibly can to add to strength and increase weight. Eat wholesome, nour ishing food. Breathe the cleanest and purest air and add the tonic and beneficial effects of Eekmnn's Alterative. Read what it did in thl* case: 600 West Htreet, Wilmington, Del. "Gentlemen. In January, 1908, 1 was taken with hemorrhages of the lunge. My physician, one of the leading practitioners, said that it was lung trouble. My em ployer (Lippincott & Co., Department Store, 306 to 314 Market street, Wilming ton. Del.), reeommended Fkman's Alter ative and I began taking it at once. This was about June. 1906. I continued faith fully, using no other remedy, and I now have no trouble with roy Itinjrs. I firmly believe Ecknian's Alterative saved my life. "I regard my recovery as being miracu lous." (Signed Affldavit) JAX. SQUIRES. Eekman's Alterative Is effective in Bron chitis, Asthma, Hay Fever Throat and Lung Trouble, and in upbuilding the sys tem, Dor-.s not contain poisons, opiates or habit forming drugs. For sale by Meredith Drug Co. and other leading druggista. Ask for booklet telling of recoveries and write to Eckman Laboratory, Philadelphia, Pa., Overlapplos Covers tscxiulBe Limp Leather S 3 $50,000 Ince, president of the Roosevelt Neighborhood club Mrs. H. A. Klins man of the Hawthorne Neighborhood club ana Miss Grace Robinson, the visiting nurse. These ladles were as sisted at th« contest by several of the leading club women of the city. I The final decisions are as follows: RESULT8 OF BASY HEALTH CON-First Prize, Girl—Mary Elisabeth TEST CREATE MUCH |NTB|^ Trimble, »16 Tenth street-north score, i 98* Prize Babies up to 1 Year. EST—115 BABIES JUDGED AND First Prize, Boy—Leland May, «2t EIGHTY-NINE AVERAGING A!N1"th *Yen"r Second Prise, Girl—Leila Morrw^, •CORE OF ML No. 8 Vernon flats, North Broadway score, 96. Tie Judges for the baby health con- sis Front street score 96.65. test worked until a late hour yester- Prize Babies up to 2 Years, day afternoon to obtain the final re- First Prize, Girl—Mary Chesboro suits of the Judging of 115 babies Smith, 1307 North Broadway score, which took place under the auspices nf th» .. .. First Prize, Bo?—Artlwt Cannon, or tne Fortnightly and the Neighbor-! score 95,40. hood clubs o n Tuesday afternoon a Second Prise, Girl—Virginia May the Y. W. C. A. rooms. Twelve babies Clark, 1115 Sixth street south score, received prizes, the six baby boys and 97.50. girls scoring the highest winning Second Prize, Boy—Frederick Him handsomely engraved silver spoons melwright, 14 Montlcelio flats, North and the six scoring second best in the Broadway score, 94.50. three classes being awarded blue rlb-i priz9 Babie. up to 3 Yesrs. The babies were divided into three Second Prize, Boy—Gilbert Smith, Flrst Pr,ae' classes: Those ranging in age up to| i 12 months, those up to 2 years, and i 40!T Sec^ Sri Ha" «Cf"thba,hr nor.£ «or«, UM. Oirl-Florence Dodson, Pri^^W-A^01, Weible,'i Elizabeth Carter, 02 Thirteenth street south, score J6. Gardner Hlrschman, 1038 Eleventh street north, score #6.7. Donabel Oberson, 101 Sixth avenue I north, score 95.4. John Lamb Qillls, 921 Sixth street south, score 85.65. June Helen Miller, 21 Tenth street north, acore 94.2. Lillian Olson, 17 Third street south, score 94. Kenneth Sydness, Mi. Third Street north, score 4. Huntley Morse, Richardson, 1028 Thirteenth street north, score M.9. Mildred Vivian Irion, Fifth avenue south, score 93.S. Charles V. Wilson, I Mt flats, score 93.5. Arnold Wee, 413 First avenue south, score 93.4. Jean Simmons, Ml Eighth avenue south, score 93. Lester Peterson, 1101 Ninth avenue north, score 98. Agnes Hessian, Hi Fourth avenue north, sevre 94. Ward Jepson Remington, 103S Col lege street, score 1)2.35. Vernon Strathdee, 1C13 Third avenue couth, score 92. Richard Monroe Johnson, north Da kota Improvement building, score •1.65. Harold Sivertson, II Third street Bouth, score 90.50. William Bearsdor& 410 Fottrth Street north, score 90.50, Jerome Norman Borwitz and Llone! Morris Horwltz, No. 3 Wellington fiats, each scored 90.40. These two are twins. Jack Aiken, lit Ninth ttrest Style 60S, Vn i i north, score 91.50. Maidel Hicks, 120 Twelfth street north, score 90. Robert Charles Gunness, 1104 Sev enth street north, score 89.4. Mortinear Winegarten, Moorhen d, 121 Sixth street south, score S9. Evelyn Lunde, Moorhead, score *9. Louis Sharplrio, 916 Front street, score 88.90. Donald Qulnn, IN Rlftventh Street north, score 88.90. Charles E. McConnell, 612 Third street north, score 88.50. James Thomas Mills, 719 Fifth street north, score 88.r.O. Fern Norton, 381 Eighth fcVttiue south, score 87. Eva May Sherwodd, 74S north, score 87. ha i-oroRi & 1® ir-v- fF I «s 3L o. J. 9B M/rsMC/e WARNER'S Rust-Proof Corset* i MATER- IITY COR •ST. rifle ltetnl tde sections lor expansion and the gradu ated clasp-Ht healthful, per fectly safe and I o in o table corset. Every I o n e a n clasp ©very part of tha corset—is pit* ant, which is most desirable in a garment of this char* a e e best Security Rubber Button Hose Support ers nre attach- Every bone in the corset and metal parts of the hose sup porters absolutely Rust-proof. ed. all Maternity Corset No. 538^ Pries %2L25. Bole agents for Fargo. SYee fitting. Dorothy E. Lane, lid Ninth Sttfet south, score 86.65. ...W~ Dudley Field StevenS, liO Tenth street north, score 86.90. Ora Dahlgren, 744 Oak strost, score 85. Honor Babies Up to $ Years, Inga Wold, 1315 Third avenue north* score 97.4. Bern ice Marian Joslln, 122 Third Continued on Page Seven. 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