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1L Have you seen our new F^H Lines of'Fabrids for Draping .% Oriental vs. American Social Notes Mrs. Aldrlch«returned home yester "day from Ortonville, Minn., where she was called by the illness of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Fisher of the Hogan apartments left today for Kan sas City, where they will make their home. Sen. Wesley C. McDowell of Marlon, former president of the North Dakota State Bankers association, Is a guest at the Gardner hotel. Mrs. A. B. McDonald of Los Angeles, Cal., who has been the guest of Mrs. A. N. Hathaway of Sixth avenue south, will leave Saturday night for her home In the west. Friends will be interested to learn that Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bristol have moved from their home on Fifth street north to a nice location on Eighth street south. Mrs. John G. Gunderson and daughter of Aneta are in the city for a short time and are registered at the Gardner. Mrs. Gunderson is the wife of former Senator Gunderson. The Gethsemane Cathedral guild held large and satisfactory meeting yes terday at the home of Mrs. Hibbard on Eighth street north. An important feature of ^he meeting was the plan ning of a sale and supper at Plrie s hall Dec. 5. At the close of the after noon nice refreshments were served. Miss Elizabeth Magill has returned homo from a two weeks" trip to Chi cago, where she was accompanied bv her grandmother* Mrs. S. Maglli WE DEVEI OP JO TN^HLR ^HARTFORD-SAXONY" Pr,n* WtTtl,ur A. ana mount your Films. W« are ag-nts for EASTMAN KODAKS and supplies. Moil us your films. THE SUNPBEKG CO.. KARGO. ft. ». The little Things are what make it a pleasure to trade at this store. We pay at tention to the little things. CITY DRUG STORE. E. Cannon 110 BROADWAY. aj*vi FiORAL DESIGNS OH IBOBl JTOTICflL o*t«Meirs Ord«n Given Sped Attcsttoa. s®** Catalognc or Prtca I«I"S •t Cot Flowers. Established over quarter century. KT«H.Ki Hfo&dwvy nod front ft. EJfch.tlt rsM-t So. B« rugs one finds the spirit A of the Orient so much prized by rug lovers. Until the advent of these wonderful domestic rugs, one not able to afford a fine antique made the best of or dinary rugs, which wore well and covered the floor, but there satisfaction ended. The 4'HARTFORD-SAXONY" rug does this, and more too, for added to its intrinsic value $s a dependable fabric is its appearance of a real rug. It vies with the Oriental rug in character and so marked is this feature of "HARTFORD-SAXONY" rugs that those heretofore prejudiced against imitation rugs may buy "SAXONIES" with the feeling that they are obtaining something genuine. The ••Hartford-Saxony** will wear better than the common grade* oi Orientals. We show a full line of these dependable rugs from the mat size up to 9x12. Come in and let us show them to you, they are worthy of Viour.Interest and consider ation. FA RC. Call the Society Editor on wy of The Forum's Wires ud Ask tor Viva Realdenee Phoae 1806-J. A. J. Scrobie of Edgcley is in the city. Roy Aheisajrof Bismarck was,in the city today. D. O. Stewart'of .Valley"1City'was In the city today on business. Mrs. Dan ,T. Smith has gone to Duluth for a two week's visit with her brother. Mr| and Mrs. H. C. Underwood of Devils Lake were visitors in the city today. S. .fcw Bible class of district No. 5» will lp Sneet with Mrs. Flanders of Elghth ave uue south tonight at 8 o'clock. We make Shades to order at Reasonable Prices Masrill Jeft for the west where sne will spend the winter. Mrs. Willis Gibson of St. Paul is the guest of Miss F. E. Low of the south side and will be the recipient of several home before returning to her Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Vincent of New iork are quests a an* the home of Mr. and .J, rJ1' ^olwoli on Kighth street south. They spent last winter in Far go and have a large number of friends here who will be glad to welcome them back. Airs. E. J. Harrington and family are planning to leave tomorrow for Phoe nix, A'rix., where they will join Mr. •Harrington and make their homo. Mr. Harrington loft some time ago and has sold their home 011 Fifth street north alter engaging in business in the west. rs i.w J- C. R. Charest of avcnue north entertained at a delightful dinner party on Thursday evening. Honor guests were Hon. John A Hartlgan of St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. W 1. Vincent of New York, and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Coiwell of Eighth street south. Crookston Timea: Mrs. Alden Braley entertained a few friends yesterday afternoon in honor of her Ruest, Mrs. Braeelln of Fargo. The afternoon was spent playing cards, at which Mrs. Bracelin was awarded the guest of honor prize and Mrs. II. H. Hodgson was awarded the head prize. A most delightful afternoon was spent by the guests, at the close of which the hos tess served a delicious luncheon. Mrs. Braley gives another pa.rtv tomorrow afternoon for Mrs. Braeelln. Mrs. N. C. Eggen of Seventh avenue south was a, delightful hostess this week when she entertained a party of twenty ladies in compliment to her mother, Mrs. Hans Olson, and her sis ter, Miss Clara Olson, who will leave tomorrow evening for Los Angeles, Cal. The afternoon passed pleasantly with needlework and chat and at a conven ient hour a very delicious three course luncheon was perfectly served. Pink Was the color note and was carried out with fragrant carnations. Mrs. Olson will spend the winter in the. west and if they are favorably impressed with the climate and surroundings, they will probably make their home there. Miss Mary Vinjie was honored last evening by the young ladies of the Moody store at a parcel shower given at the apartments of the Misses Lucy and Anna Mae yulnn in the Bowers block. There were about thirty guests present and after a pleasant evening of games and chat, refreshments were served. Miss Vinjie was given a com fortable seat in the center of the. floor and the shower of parcels were placed about her. She was then required to open the packages one by one. Many very beautiful things were unwrapped and the bride-to-be was much pleased with the tokens of esteem from her young ladv friends. Miss Vinjie will leave tomorrow for her home at Morris, Minn., where 011 Tuesday her wedding to CJijst Anderson of this city will take place. Mr. Anderson is connected with the Globe clothing store. CLUB NOTES Encouraged by the great progress made during the past year in the study of home economies among the club women of North Dakota, Miss Helen G. Bascom of Wimbledon, chairman of the household economics committee of the North Dakota Federation of Wo men's clubs, in her annual report be fore the convention last week urged loves jewelry. W« have very ap propriate .gifts for tho October bride. We will place our entire line of suits on sale at price! that will close them all out Saturday. All $35.00 Suits at All $30.00 8ulta All $25.00 and $28.50 Suits at All $22,50 and $25.00 Suit* at All $18.50 and $15.00 8uits at These are all good, new fal MRS. RUSSELL SAGE BUYS AN ISLAND. m4 VvyWfc Mrs. Russell Sag*. Mrs. Russell Sage has bought Marsh Island, La., for $150,000 and will make It a refuge for birds. Control wilt e placed either In the hands of the federal government, the state of Louisiana or an association organ ized for the purpose. This latest of Mrs. Sage's benefac tions, which now approximate 517,000, 000, Is In line with the Interest she has shown in animals in the past. She has been Interested In the feed ing of Central park. New York, squirrel*. the protection of robins and .the work of the Audobon society. that the department be enlarged nrul provided with means to do more ex tension work. Miss Bascom asks tluU every club in the state during the com ing year devote some time to this study, aiming tp introduce home eco nomics in every city and rural schoni. To establish home economics libraries ill the public schools, to install lunch rooms in schools where children re main for the noon meal, to secure state traveling libraries on domestic science and to co-operate with the ag ricultural college and other schools in extension work. The Women's club at Jamestown was reported as taking thc banner for carrying out the largest, number of the committee's recom mendations during the year. This club was largely responsible for having a course of domestic science placed In the Jamestown city schools, it has ar ranged for several special talks and demonstrations during the year of 191" 13 by Miss Nellie Farnsworth of the Valley City normal school for the in struction of the city's housekeepers and has arranged for a bread contest dur ing the coming year. Through the as sistance of Miss Jessie M. Hoover, head of the domestic Science department, at the agricultural college. Miss Bascom during the year sent outlines and. sug gested programmes for home economic study to every club in the state. Twen ty-five clubs responded as doing a part of the work and fifteen carried out the complete course. That active support of the North Dakota library commission by the wo men's clubs of the state is the most practical way of promoting the work of the literature and library commit tee of the North Dakota Federation of Women's clubs was the declaration of Mrs. Minnie Clarke Budlong of Bis marck in her report before the state federation convention. Mrs. Budlong as secretary of the library commission lias been especially well fitted for the work of this committee and one of the big accomplishments of the past year was the preparation of a reference list of material to be found in the univer sity library and library commission concerning North Dakota. This mater ial is classified under six heads North Dakota history North Dakota litera ture and biography: North Dakota re sources and statistics North Dakota miscellaneous reports of state insti tutions and statistics North Dakota miscellaneous reports of state, insti tutions, associations, etc. publications of members of North Dakota university faculty. This material will be loaned to study clubs at any time and while not all literature is the compilation of such a bibliography as is necessary for the foundation of whatever study out line the future committee will prepare. Library work has been particularly urged by this committee and wherever women's clubs have shown an interest in the result has been the establish ment of free reading rooms or public libraries. The work has been especially effective in the small towns, among them Kenmare, Wjahpeton. Enaerlln, Hannah, Bowman, Rugby, Mott, Antler Carrington. Sykeston, Park River. Am enia, Crosby. Fessenden and several others which have taken only the initial steps. The growing demand for librarv resources has been answered at Mino't with a $17,000 building, at Williston with a $20,000 structure at Jamestown with an $18,0(J# memorial gift and at Leonard with a memorial library to be opened this fall. Mrs. Budlong showed that there is a daily demand from clufts for reference, books not yet in the stale commission and urged the cooperation of the federation in obtaining a fund for this purpose, this to be done by calling the attention of their senators and representatives to the benefits of this work in the state. The other members of this committee are Mrs. E. F. Bodle of Ellendale, Mrs. McVey of Grand Forks, Mrs. Norman Svenson of.Minot, Mrs. Louise Kelly of Carrington. and they endorse the pro gramme prepared by the literature committee of the General Federation of Women's clubs. ,Ideal Mixing Goard. A large sheet of plate glass makes an ideal mixing board, because it is so easilv kent clean. Sea Window Display for Values. Coat*—W* are showing- the most complete lina of ooata ln the city. An extra srood chinchilla coat in ilue, gray and brown at w«ja others In boucle, heavy diagonals, chinchilla, polo ann lankct cloths at $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $16.50, $18.50, $20.00. $22,50, $25.00 to $35.00 IV THE FARGO JORTJM iND DAHiS,, KEP0BLICAN, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBEB 2J, 191S. ^v-y a, i&iism Xf s i At the Hotels Mr. and Mrs. "VV. M. Freese of Dixon, 111., have joined? the land seekers in the city. Mr. and Mrs. W. John Hedland of Lisbon, was in the city this morning shaking hands and calling on his friends. T. E. Newman, and J, F. Foster of Sheldon, were in the city today looking after business matters. F. A. Mansfield, of Lakefleld,' Faukald, and Lilly Denlsori. i I w f, E. Erhart of Auburn, N. Y., were registered at the Hotel Waldorf today Andrew Rusvick, of Ellsworth, has arrived in the city for a few days stay at the I'rescott. Miss J. Thorne of ft r| .«* Vv'VSo. •KgLy' i y, x. Minn., was in the city this morning and was registered at the Waldorf. A. E. Dumphey of Ellendale, was greeting his friends in the city today and looking after business. l^uthcr J. Palmer, of Crookston, Minn., is a business visitor to the city today and is a hotel guest. lCd Marr and Jess Marr, both of Staples, Minn., were transacting' busi ness in the city this morning. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Myhra, of Daven port, this state, were visiting and shopping in the city this morning. S. A. Hedland and J. Kcram, of Rey nolds, thip state, wore business visitors to the city yesterday and were at the Webster. Dr. and Mrs. J. L..'Lynch of Winona, Minn., were calling on their friends in the city this morning and areat the Waldorf. M. McDowell and Jada Lendensmith, both of the town of Aliens Mills, 111., are in the city and will have a look at the land. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Winters of Mandan. arrived in the city la?t even ing to stay a day or two and are at the Metropole. Y. W. C. A. NOTES Some of the business girls of the icity met on Tuesday evening of this week and organised a Campflre group. They will hold their initiation the Rec ond week in November. The charter members are: the Misses Mabel De Woody. M. Elisabeth Johnston*, (Sarah Iverson, Mary L. Johnson, Amelia Last evening the campnre girls from the Northwestern Telephone Co., held another meeting and a spread. They are planning for their initiation the first week in November and four new names were added to the list as fol lows: Misses Julia Thorp, Nora Mpnson, Ellen Johnson and Mrs. Bert Sewell. STATE WEDDINGS Dr. Homer M. Cook, pastor of the First Baptist church at Grand Forks, had the unusual privilege of officiating I at a double wedding. The ceremony was performed at the. Baptist parson ago and the couples who took the nup tial vows were Mins Ida B. Grande of S Liane were married by Judge Thomas. 1 farm neai Al Miss Clara Gilbertson anufacturing Furriers 59 Broadway 700 Fur Sets from.... 100 Fur Coats from left for Wlnlpeg, where they will spend a couple of weeks. They will be at home to their friends in Grand Forks after .Dec. 1. At the Catholic mony. the town of Jessie, arrived in the city this morning to shop and visit friends. Jesse VanValkenberg of Minneapolis, was in the city this morning calling on his many friends. parsonage in James town occurred the weddins of Daily and Miss Lottie Lee. Wm. two well known Jamestown young people. Father-Oeraghty performed the cere Miss Bertha Woessner and Wm. Switsser were married by Judge gren at Steele last week. Sea- On Wednesday afternoon. Oct. 16, occurred one of the prettiest home weddings that have taken place in Tower City, when Miss Lois Miller, the only daughter of Mr. and Miler, became the bride Mrs. John of gins of Aneta. C. E. Hug- The marriage of Dr. T. J. Glasscock and Miss Sadie T. Savre took place at Valley City on Wednesday, Oct. 16. Dr. Glasscock has been the practicing physician at Valley City for the past year, and Miss Savre has taught sev eral terms of school in the neighbor hood. Married, at New Rockford, Tuesdav afternoon at the M. E. parsonage, Rev. i Frank Rines officiating. Miss Sadie inflamed villa and Mr. and Mrs. Jones have dn»v Now j* ti.o timo togot Kondunv. leased a residence on North Eighth S6.ooanniKKifit»»*prvwtaere. soc and mcmm street in Grand Forks where they will be at home after Nov. 1. and Peter at Lisbon:recently Yesterday afternoon st Warroad, Minn., at the home of the bride's p»r entr, Mr. Snrl Mrs. A, M. Landby. no mred the marriage of their daughter. MIPS Bertha, to Colburn Hvidson of i Grand Forks. Mr. and Mrs. i tvt Hvidson A. Warren and John Philip Chance. The i n e w y w e s e u n e o e i o e Sheyenne and were taken to the The home of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Sen nets, two miles north of Mak.oti, was the scene of a congenial and happy throng Sunday, Oct. 13. The date marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of their marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Senness have lived in that vicinity nine years. Mr. Sennoss is one of Makoti's success ful farmers and alwayn allies himself with any and all enterprises for the benefit and upbuilding of the commun ity, and in recognition of the high es teem in which the family is held neigh bors and friends to the number of one hundred gathered at the home, in com memoration of this silver wedding an niversary. After the physical consti tution had been replenished by an ela borate lap lunch an address on the sub ject The Influence of the Home, was delivered by Rev. J. A. Circle, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Ryder. Aft er the address several singers gathered about the organ and very impressively «ang Blest Be the Tie that Binds and When the Curtains are Lifted. Th* singing was followed by several violin 4'| selections with organ accompaniment, by Clarence and Theodore Senness, sons of the host. The guests not only demon •:•'ii,] Hn.ir hl^h P'!: J«| (-JHF.1J Itfia. rheuTBatinni• headache* from netT* ne*«,indifreitton, grip, ovsr-ladulgenee. pftijiw of every description are all quickly nn'l driven kway by ANTf-ii&ftfJNSA TABLETS Not stimulants, h-mixolrjimtt or HabM forrn*9'~ tisy only Utxiqai' ntrtet c-wi of (W rfrii ws v Honeyford and Newman S. Winslow of Arvllla and Miss Margaret E. Winslow of Arvllla and Owen D. Jones of Grand! U iu Forks. Mr. and Mrs. Winslow will re- pinijuownfr. side On Mr. Winslow V-i T?** ''V •. From people who know Furs themselves and arc ready to stand by their garments. There is nothing in which deception can be practiced as easy as in Fur,. A PEDDLER is Here TODAY AND GONE TOMORROW WE ARE HERE TO STAY AND MUST HAVE YOU FOR A CONTINU OUS CUSTOMER, and therefore Sell You Goods that can ba relied upon to be as represented. Highest Class Furs at Lowest Prices at All Times. the family by their presence, but in several beautiful and substantial silver presents and a purse of money. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Browcr of HunJs fleld celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Saturday by a family re union and big dinner given at H. K Miller's home in that city. The children present, were John P.rower of A Cincinnati women deelarea abe has discovered a man without a fault. Wait till they've been married ten years. 4pi''lU at War- ren farm where they will reside. STATE EVENTS vii ifi r.' t9*T 5 1 1 1 -rfiquK 1 »ll of 'vin I ne ortKiiia timiNtm! 'h*a!«ith» raw inarm. Don Ury tube*, isamplo YxJSfc from uu now. lioadou Mtg. Company, Minneapolis. I MPf $8.00 to From Which to Select Your Winter Furs •0 Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. George Brower of Chase Icy, Mrs. P. Q. Tulp, Mrs. Lena Binn man of Olivet, S. D.. Mr. and Mrs. F. Miller and a niece, Mrs. George Tulp of Waterloo, la. There were twenty-six grandchildren present ni among the other guests were Rev. Mr and Mrs. M. Hand, Rev. Mr. Lehner Goodrich, Mr. and Mrs. John Rapp a nil four children, B. C. Olson. Miss Brig^^. and Miss Bender. On this memorable occasion the children presented their aged parents with a beautiful leather spring rocker, together with their love and. best wishes. Sunshine Vsniils Wafers melt in your mouth—crisp and toothsome at 10eip«elti|s. Your frocar knows. Bikers Sua&bla« BtscuitM Biicvit SUIMM $300.00 Fargo, N. Dak. Tomorrow Is th« LAST DAY |f the Big SLAUGHTER SALE At No. 2 Broadway. COME EARLY V* to net your choice of theke un eiiualed bargains, and avoid tltc in onvenience of waiting. Cash Mercantile Co. stalled in the Pennsylvania peniten tiary for the convenience of its In mates. Possibly a palm garden with the usual musical and liquid acces sories will bo ecause we want a chance to prove to you by actual personal test at our expense how much better V Bis'caili •re »h«n you aver believe ii you didn't try them. So please accept our Wee "Surprise Box" of Assorted Sunshine Bitcuits. Sepd the coupon the next improvement. A telephone system is to be in- 1 "j 12 r-,v ft™'