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f* F»rfo,N.D. & «e* ic ?v ATTEND OUR The Southside Charity Sewing circle will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Civic Centre and Club house. Miss Oina Ainundson has returned to tier home at Crpokston after a few tifeeks' visit with Mrs. Sunde and fam ily of this city. The Scandinavian W. C. T. U. will meet Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock With Mrs. P. G. Forsberg of Third -ave nue south. All members are expected to be present. Mr! David J.. Ael^ndrecle will com mence a series of informal dancing pirties this evening at Stone's new auditorium and plans to continue giv ing one of these delightful affairs on each Tuesday evening for some tint-3. Informal simplicity will mark the ap pointments of the dancing party for which Miss Theo Hamilton has issued Invitations. Miss Hamilton will be as sited in entertaining by her mother, Mrs. Lewis T. Hamilton, and the event will take place at her home on Eighth •treet north. Thirty-six young people have been favored with invitations and WE DEVELOP l«Bl for Catalogue or Mm U*t •f CM Flowers. Removal Sale Tomorrow's Special CHILDREN'S COATS—Agee 6 year* to 14 years values to $12.60 $ 1.98 Third Table—Center Aisle. Big Bargains In All Depfs. O I n e e s o W o e n Social Notes A nine-pound baby boy has arrived *t the home ©1 Mr, and Mrs. tPrank ®Bnton, 410 Fourth avenue north. the Society Editor on any of Th e Forum's Wtrea and Ask for Ftvo Residence hone 1806-J. Print and mount your Films. We are agents for EASTMAN KODAKS and supplies. Mail us your Alms. «Uli) CO.. FARGO. If. D. lowers, Hants, Etc. FLORAL DESIGNS ON' NOTIC& ••OUT OBt-«f-town Order* Oim 8)Wl«l Attention. PHONE Established over ^nefter century. STOREt Brfldnnj and Front St. (3RR»HHOCSUi feSiihsf# .Kreei lid, are "The Sunshine Soda* The Crambless Cracker Breaks evenly in the center. rmade every occasion. That you may know how different and how delicious they are, accept our Free "Surprise Box" of Assorted Sunshine Biscuits. Use the coupon. i 6MCWr GMMjrr #aiif Saitshme- &isa(*zxii4 i Dry Good* Htutt ii i i V i,.., are anticipating one bf tho affairs of the season. happiest Grand Forks Times: Mrs. E. L. Snyder of Fargo and son. Max, were visiting friends in the city Sunday. Max returned home last evening. Mrs. T. P. Mullck left Sunday for Chicago, where she will join Mr. Mulick and from there they will go to Hot Springs, Ark., to spend about four weeks. The Ladies' Aid society of St. Paul's Lutheran church meets Wednesday aft ernoon with Mrs. I. B. Jacobson, 730 First street north. Members and friends of the society are welcome. The news of the illness of two of the best known students of Fargo col lege and the conservatory will be re ceived with much regret by their many friends. It was necessary last evening to remove Howard Case to one of the local hospitals and Harry Haggart is ill at his home. Both young men have been suffering from severe colds and the doctor advised that Mr. Case be re moved to the hospital as his condition Is very serious. It is thought that Mr. Haggart's cold may be broken up be fore It develops Into anything more dangerous. Mr. Case has been making his home with the Haggarts on Second avenue south. The following card has been received from Los Angeles, Cal., dated Jan. 23 and will be of interest to North Da kotans: "The North Dakota associa tion of southern California will hold a basket picnic at Sycamore grove, Sat urday. Feb. 15. All North Dakotans invited and requested to bring their friends. Prominent speakers from the state are expected. Coffee will be serv ed free from 12 to 1:30 p. m. to all wearing the association badge. Take south Pasadena or Garvanza cars. M. H. Kiff, president A. M. Gamble, secre- ISLAND PA! O E Y Herreid & Natwick PHONE 310 Wednesday Special Walter Baker's pound WW isR Chocolate, per Buy Any Quantity. cents The only crispy, appetizing soda biscuit that can be eaten with pleasure any time, any where, without the usual mussinesa of crumbs. Tastes as.good as it looks. Biscuits in variety to suit every taste and Loose-Wiles Bbcuil Company Minneapolis, Minn. Please send me FREE nay "Surprise Sai: Bos" of assorted Sunshine Bfaeolt* W fit*i iiT Addrefttt.. ft»oo*e»«s*oee, Grocer's tary. P. 8.—in event of rain itwill I !ir, postponed until Friday, Feb. 21." Mrs. Ed Hughes of Bismarck, who i,s been the guest of Mrs. E. Ij. Mor i i.i of Eleventh street south, left Sun riay evening for Minneapolis and St. i-iul, where she will visit for a few nays before leaving for California to snend a couple of months. Mrs. John D. Farrand and Mrs. Fred lek H. Bailey have Issued invitations r' a tea to be given at the home of Mrs. Bailey on North Broadway on v. ednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. w. B. Fay, wife of Senator Fay of west Metford, Mass., who is the guest i Miss Evelyn Hector. The hour will 4 o'clock. Eighteen ladies of the southside have organized a bowling club and have I hosen for their name the Southslde I Howling club. They meet every Friday evening at the handsome new bowling alley which Mr. MpKone has r?c^ntly I opened on First avenue north and find n\is new form of amusement a very fascinating one. On Sunday evening a party of six- ifen friends called ai the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson on Seventh i i venue south and assisted Mrs. Johnson celebrate her birthday anniversary, Me guests arrived at an early hour, I i inging with them all of the appetlz mg necessities for a splendid several I i urse dinner which they served at 7 'lock. They were given a hearty welcome and spent a happy evening v.'ith their hostess wishing her many n«od things for th* future and as a i i' |en of esteem presented her with a handsome silver percolator. After the dinner service had been cleared away lie party spent a pleasant hour or two with music and singing. At the Hotels O. Lindquist of Bismarck is in the city. M. E. Cain of Hunter was in the city today. M. J. Courtney of Page spent the day In the city. A. S. Chilsby of Lansford is a ffuest at the Gardner hotel. A. E. Eckler of 8arles was in the city today on business. M. C. Lasell of LaMoure was a Far go business caller today. John Bloodgood of New Salem was a business visitor in the city today. Earl Buzeck of Argusvllle arrived in the city this morning to visit and call on friends. W. W. Wyckoff and Ray Corns, both of Chaffee, are business visitors to the city today. Pat DrUry of Argusvllle was in the city this morning, looking after busi ness matters. S. E. Kraft and wife of Enderlln were in the city today visiting and shopping at the stores. Mrs. L. S. Morsen and Miss Ella Mor sen of Drayton were guests at the Waldorf today. Nick Anderson of Barrfesville, Minn., is a business visitor to the city and is a hotel guest. Misses Mabel and Jennie and George Lemmons, all of Leonard, were shop ping In the city today. Mrs. Wllet and Miss Rosa Wllet of Goodell, la., are stopping for a few days at the Met-ropole. Helmer Tryhus of Mayville arrived in the city this morning and is regis tered at one of the hotels. Mrs. R. C. Hazard of Casselton was visiting with her friends and shopping in the city this morning. A. G. Pevit of Wahpeton was a busi ness visitor to the city this morning and is at one of the hotels. Thomas F. Donahue of Streator, 111., has arrfved In the city for a short stay and Is a guest at the Gardner. W. E. Klinde and family of Buffalo were guests over night at the Prescott and are attending to shopping today. Prof. N. C. Abbott and N. C. Beck of the University of North Dakota are business visitors to the city today. W. S. Miller and William Kerney, both of Mapleton, arrived in the city this morning and are registered at the Webster. G. A. Swales of the town of Buffalo n rived in town this morning to look after business and is registered at the Waldorf. CLUB NOTES The music section of the Fine Arts dub will meet Thursday afternoon at 3:30 at the Civic Centre and Club house. lOach member of the Fine Arts club Is urged to attend and bring a guest. Mrs. Wheelock will be assisted by Miss Lil lian Wright and will render the fol lowing programme: Obstlnatlon Fontenailles My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice (Sam son and Delila)........ Saint-Saens Ailerseelen Lassen Wohin Lasson (Jrisang Weyla's Wolf aum durch die Dammerung 1 om the Land of the Sky-Blue Wat er Cadman i ie Moon Drops Low Cadman The Longfellow Neighborhood club 11 hold the tlrst meeting since thr: lidays on Wednesday afternoon at 4 lock at the Longfellow school. Miss ma R. Erwln will speak on subjects interest to all ladies and a large tendance iB desired. One of the most interesting and en rtalnlng meetings of the Pembina lady club was held at the home of '0 fs. F. E. Myrlck on Monday evening. :out thirty members were present, ue programme was exceptional and i ique. The story of Corn Silk, a i indan legend, was dramatically re ted by eight Indian chief? in all the ory of war paint and feathers the iefs being more commonly known by ne names, Messrs. Booker, King Pan e, Patterson, McPougall, Myrlck, ..vlleer and Bart Conmy. A musical ogramme also was rendered. The event of the season in Lisbon ib circles was the annual banquet i the Woman's club of that city, which ok place at the Bradford last Satur i y evening. Covers were laid for rty and the long dining table with its i off white linen and dainty accessor presented a pleasing aspect. As e club colors are yellow and green, u ese shades were artistically used in tho scheme of decoration. Down tho nter of the festive board were placed scs of beautiful jonquils, alternating •th candelabra, whose candles were aded by yellow and green shades. ie place cards containing the menu programme for the evening were 1. intily adorned with hand-painted nquils. At the appointed hour the lests were seated and the lovely ees anes of the ladies lent the finishing uches to the scene. Following the ^vocation by H. S. Grover, the exquis 2ly prepared and faultlessly served jc course dinner was partaken of. At :.e conclusion of the repast Mrs. Wm. Jones, sr., president of the club, wcl- $ Skin of Beauty is Joy forever, T. Felix QouraucTc Groom or Magioat Itetaovt't Tan, iMmpte*, H3onrntid ckhi iiipr Qoom$eatersJt V. Address.«• •*«***•'•»*«»*«)».**«j *, K AV.- hH4B iniiitswisiiniiWHititffira OTiiiBir i wiiwriii^iinrirli^^ tern* oafett THE FABGO FOETTM 'AND DAILY EEPUBLIOAN, TUESDAY EVENING, JANTTABY 28* 1913. Wt believe in doing— "Better Work" We are therefore equipped With most up-to-date facilities for do ing the "Highest Grade" Frenen Dry and Steam Cleaning of ladies' and gentlemen's garments. Also Prejaing and Repairing, Phone 4—-Our Wa*on Will Call. Farp-Norffwcxten Clean ing & Dyeing Co. C. D. Hedlund, Mgr. 621 N. P. Ave. Fargo. N. D. corned the guests in a f**w well chos remarks, which were gracefully a! fittingly responded to by Kev. Craig. A. M. Kyello then gave an a' address on Woman's Organizatlo: from Man's View Point, while F. Thomas made a brief but exceile apeech on The Humorous Side of tl Law. This concluded the formal pr gramme for the evening and the gues remained for an informal social hoi After thirteen years the Valley Ci! Tuesday club once more takes the itiatlve in culinary suggestions, at within a few weeks the very late thing In cook books will be issued. new book will contain, not only old favorites from the old book, those tried out in the kitchens of Vs ley City housewives in more rece years, and not found wanting. It w need more than 30f pages to conta all the matter which will go to ma! up the latest edition of Good Thin to Eat. New departments have be added, including branches of cook? which were not reeognized ten yea ago, and it may safely be said that volume will be tho last word in ma ters pertaining to the kitchen. committee of the Tuesdav club charge of the book is composed of M: George M. Young, Mrs. Herman Wi terer and Mrs. J. E. Featherstone. work will bo completed some time March. SUFFRAGE NOTES The ladies of the local Votes for W men league are putting forth every e fort to assist the.state organisation secure a more favorable verdict in legislature of the suffrage bill whi was recently rejected. They feel th they will succeed in the end and a still courageous as they confidently e pect ups and downs before the fin victory. The local ladies are sendii out requests to the ladi en of the various towns throughout the state asking that they try to influence their representa tives in favor of the bill. One thing which they expect will help a great deal Is Suffrage Sunday, when as many of the ministers as are In favor of the bill will be requested to sav something for the cause. Next Sunday has been selected for this and the workers have received much encouraging co-opera tion from the clergy. Perhaps the most Interesting feature of the suffrage campaign will be the meeting at Bis marck on Tuesday, Feb. 4, when Miss Jeanetto Rankin of Missoula, Mont., will speak. It is the hope of the ladles to secure a joint session of the legisla ture and to have Miss Rankin speak to them. Miss Rankin is a leader in the suffrage work and Is en route to New York and will be present at the pa geant In Washington. She was one of a committee of ladies who called upon the governor of Montana to recom mend the passage of the suffrage bill in that state and acted as speaker for the occasion. The iadies of Montana feel that their chances of success there are good. It is hoped that as many ladies from Fargo and throughout the state will be at Bismarck as possible to represent suffrage on Tuesday. Grand Forks Times: A special and Important business meeting of the Votes for Women club is called for Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the offices of the Page Printerlc. on Kitt son avenue. A number of important matters will be brought up for general discussion and arrangements will be made for a big meeting on Saturday to which both men and women will be invited. The action of the North Da kota senate Saturday In falling to paas the suffrage bill on its first presenta tion has aroused the club members to further activity and they will not cease their united effort until both bodies of the legislature have passed final action on the measure. The meeting tomor row evening Is for every woman in the city who is in the least In sympathy If B* Richard Strauss Cieca (La Gioconda)... .Ponchielli i ie Pine Tree Mary Turner Salter ve and Springtime Metcalf Freckles, iloth Patches, lUsli, accl Skin anrt every b!r OK bc uity, and de fies (ktectioa. It stood ttt« s*st of j-s years, and le eo Harmless tastoittobcsurelS la properly mada. Accept ui ecu ntei* feit at alulae came. Dr. L. A. flayre Jaid to a Imjt el tho ii6ut» ton (s patients j. "As you Indies trill we thew. E co Mine n 4 O'cnm' :.n harmful rf t!s« Foi 8»lo all atio Fiucy tbs United Stsus, Csmeio, a*-} JJvjrnj*. v.? Promptly i-'l mmm co. Closing Out Sale We must sell everything: out be fore March 1st arid will make you prices that you cannot af ford to miss. Cash only. FIXTURES FOR SALE. BUTTER—Wild R*e brand none better we have 600 pounds on hand and will make pric© Wednesday and Thurs day, at per gm pound VP DO SWEET CORN—Mineral springs sugar corn tender u per dozen at 80o TOASTED CORN FLAKES— 4 packages at 26o DRIED FRUIT8-»»Logan berries, per pound 311 ti 10c PEACHES— per pound NECTARINES— per pound PRUNES—Will make 25 pound boxes. 8II.VER GLOSS STARCH— 6 pound boxes at WHITE HOU8E COFFEE— price While it lasts, per pound can A GOOD BULK COFFEE—At HOFFMAN HOUSE 3 pounds for 8HAKER SALT— 3 boxes at GOLD DUST— large size, at ..... PET MILK— ..28® COFFEE- l.CMI .2&& 1.0# Tall cans, per dozen at Small sise, per dozen at SOt ,f€i* •!, New Suits In such as Bedford Cords, Storm Serges and Mixtures, with Peau de Cyne linings in all the staple colors. Priced From .TH- New White Waists Our new White Waists in Voile, Lingerie, Etc. High and low neck, long and short sleeves. djt 1 A Specially priced at $lel«7 and with the suffrage movement, large attendance is urged. New York Sun: I-ady Nicotino and the American woman should stran Kors if the dignity of womanhood is to he maintained, according to Rep. Fred erick P. Greenwood of Everett, who «r pued before the committee on public health of the legislature yesterday »n behalf of a bill making the sale of to bacco to women punishable with a nne not to excepd 5R0. "Womanhood has b»»pn placed upon a lilRh pedestal in MasHachus^tts," Hala Hcpro.scntativc Greenwood, "and it is important to keep them there. There is a large and increasing sale of cigar ettes and women are smoking them more and more. We should pass leg islation to save them." Meritol Hair Tonic keeps the scalp in a healthy condition, prevents the hair from falling out, restores it to its natural color and used regularly keeps the hair soft and fluffy. Central Drug Store, «6 Broadway, Fargo, ex clusive agents.. —-Advt. STATE WEDDINGS Following a bounteous pre-nuptial dinner Riven at the home of the brides sister, Mrn. Ed Filbey, the residence of Mr. and Mrs. George Lamson at Lis bon was the scene of a pretty wedding, which took place Wednesday, the con tracting parties being Miss I^aura B. Lamson of that city and John E. John son of Britton. A quiet event took place at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Bonnett at Hannah on Wednesday, when their daughter, Ellen Frances, was happily wedded to Jonn Sanders. At the Methodist parsonage in Wal halla on Wednesday, Jan. 22, Rev. Wal ter E. Vater united in the bonds of holy matrimony, Miss Myrtle OUv* Fit si monda and Ralph M. Hlllier, both of Walhalla. Nicholas Grosslnger and Miss Mary Hofer were united in marriage Wednes day morning', Jan. IB, in the Catholic church at Larimore by Father Simpson. One of the marriage licenses issued by Judge J. C. Johnson last week was procured by Miss Bettle Dechter of Minneapolis and Benjamin Salpern ox Hebron, a Jewish couple who were joined in the bonds of matrimony at Hebron Sunday, with all of the eplen dor of the Jewish ceremony. Miss Myrtle Hewson, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hewson of I,ltby Butte, about fourteen miles northeast of Dickinson, was married on •Ian 8 to Bert Black, son of Mr. and Mrs'. Sam Black of Taylor. Mr. Black has a fine farm near Emerson on which the young people are residing. The marriage of Knute Lystad and Miss Mary Bye was .solemnized at Dev ils Lake Tuesday by Rev. A. C. Barron, the Lutheran pastor of that city. Aft er a two-months' honeymoon spent at Spokane and other points in the west, the newlyweds will be at home on the bridegroom's farm south .of Churcha Ferry. The marriage of Mrs. Elizabeth Geary and Thomas Thompson of Cando took place at the Colonial hotel at. Devils Lake, the Kev. G«orge Dennlson of Cando performing the ceremony. At the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tsaac Wagoner, two miles north of Starkweather, Sunday morn ing, Jan. 19, occurred the marriage of their eldest daughter, Josle M-, to George RollofBon of Starkweather. Cando by Judge Carmichael. in 6 fie it v r. i O iiuthoritative showing of what will be worn next season. .-^Advt. W -X' \"i 'V- $3.50 and $4 Shoes $1.78. Advertised by Howard Moody in Moorhead, see that special lot. Read ad, take it to the salo with you. —Advt. NMf mjift yp, Quite a surprise was given the friends of O. O. Hussey and Mrs. Celia ilenninger when the news spread that] have a formula that has worked won they were married at the courthouse In I ders where other remedies have failed B««t Cough Mediolne for Children. "1 am very giad to say a few words in praise of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy" writes Mrs. Llda Dewey, Milwaukee, Wis. "I have used it for years both for my children and myself and it never fails to re lieve and cure a cough or cold. No family with children should be with out It as it gives almost immediate rolief in cases of croup." Chamber Jain's Cough Remedy iij pleasant and safe to take, which is of great im portance when a medicine must be given tb young children. For sale by all dealers. —Advt. Th* New Suits. The new suits in A. 1* Moody's win- kteas of French hind American designer^. It Is an Mi ''Ai -(.'N'' v .In? v i. 5,1 CI mm THE ClMliUi Miss E. R.: A lotion that will help your red hands, dark face and neck permanently can be made by dissolving four ounces of spurrnax in one-half pint of hot water for witch hazel) arid adding two teaspoonfuln of glycerine. This lotion will whiten and beautify your skin and take away that coarse, muddy look you have. This is much better than face powder, as it does not show on the skin, and will not rub off easily, like the powder does when you wear a veil. The spurmax lotion is inexpensive and will give to any sal low, oily skin a pinkish, youthful ap pearance. It ie fine for cold sores, chaps, freckles and as a protection to the face against harsh winds and changes of weather. I am sure you will like this spurmax lotion very much. Virginia Lack of cxercise and eat ing too much solid food during the summer months account for your sal low, pimply complexion and loss of energy. What you need is a reliable system-tonic and blood-purtfler. Try this: Dissolve an ounce of kardene in a half-pint of alcohol (not whisky) adding one-half cupful sugar and hot water to make a full quart. Take a tablespoonful before each meal and In a short time you will feel like a new person. It will give you rich, red blood, All you with energy and put the color and look of health into your face. Sylvia: Never wash your hair with soap. The "free" alkali in soap is in jurious to the hair, and in time will cat the very life out of it, causing your hair to become Btreaky and split at the cn-ds. For a really good shampoo, simply dissolve a teaspoonful of can throx in a cup of hot water. Bhampoo and rinse with clear water. This sham poo lathers abundantly, removes all dirt, dandruff and excess oil, and will leave your hair soft, glossy and fluffy. This shampoo dries so quickly that it makes shampooing a real pleasure. After using it once you will imagine you have twice as much hair as you ever had before. This is tho shampoo now used by many of th* best hair dressers. After shampooing, an appli cation of a quinzoin hair-tonic (see answer to "Alma") will prove very In vigorating and refreshing to your scalp. Kate: (a) Reducing your -weight without plenty of, exercisinr «nd diet ing may appear quite difficult, but I Put four ounces of parnotis in l'/i pints hot water. When cold strain out the Mrs. 4V New Spring Coats New Ladies' and Misses' Coats in such as Wool Ratines, Bed ford Cords, Whipcords and Serges in all the stylish shades. Priced From $7.50 $25 Gowns and Railroad Newt ANNUAL BANQUET Jamestown, N. D., Jan. —James town division No. 72, Order of Rail road Conductors, held their annual meeting Sunday aftornoon and en Joyed the annual banquet with their wives and families and sweethearts. Tho banquet was held at 6 p. m. and was in charge of the following com mittee: W. D. Hughes. H. S. Sportsman, Wni. Wakeman and Bert Nash"ki. There wag a feast of good tilings and a little social session, too, in which Conductor Thos. Hatton gave Health and Beauty Helps BY MRS. MAE MARTY.V David J. f\ Tradlaa Stamp* .r- Combination Suits Muslin gowns and Combination suits, embroidered and lace trimmed. Special Ntrtk 98c WKAVIKO u« CABFETCLBAMIRO of all kloda. Writ* or nhen# Dakota Weaiiaf Ci. Phone 2156-L. l-t-lH Fifth Ave. Sa. I*. TX Over in Moorhead At Howard Moody's you will find some splendid bargains in ready to weajr, Attend the big sale tomorrow.—Advt* mm I several huni'Toos readings. Severn! instrumental selections were given by' Mrs. Howard Smith. The officers of the division, re cently installed, are as follows: C. C.—F. 1. Hcrtrand. A. C.—Wm. Clelan. Secretary-treasurer—A. L. Newton. 8. C—W. D. Hughes. J. C.—Charles Scott. ,v 1 Inside sentinel—R. J, Weston. Outside sentinel—M. H. Barney. sediment and take a tablespoonful of the liquid before eaeh meal. It is a harmless remedy and leaves the sKlh free from flahbtncss. (b) To make your eyes bright and healthy, ue«i rys tos eye tonic regularly. It is sold by all druggists. Daisy: I can recommend delatoW* for banishing hair or u z z bee*tnw~[ know it really does the work. To re move those hairs apply a paste made with delatone and water and after tiro or three minutes rub off, wash the sktn and you will find it. smooth and hair less. No possible harm results frevt UBlng UelatoM** Youngwifev Artificial aids for under development fool no one but the wear er. Feed the starved, shruken tfssuep and your bust will soon assume its correct proportion. The vaucalre treat ment is reliable and can be prepared at little cost by dissolving 1 cupfuls sugar In 1 pint water and then adding 1 ounce gallol. Take 2 teaspoon tula before each meal until development Is where you want it, then discontinue or over-development may follow. Mrs. T. C.: No one can afford to neglect his or her eyes, although molt people do. If you want bright, clear, beautiful eyes that will be much ad mired, you can have them with very little care. Qet an ounce of crystos at any drug store and dissolve it in pint of water. Put two or three drops of this tonic in each eye daily and yo® will be surprised how it will strength en your weak, tired eyes and make them strong, healthy and sparkling. Many oculists who use this simple tonic get excellent results in treating eye-troubles generally. It U soothing and has enabled many .fte dispense with wearing glasses. Alma: Tour .scalp need® a good, stimulating quinine hair-tonic to re move the dandruff, stop irritation and falling hair. Get from ani drug stor« one-half pint alcohol (not whisky) snd one ounce quinxoin and mix it with one-half pint water snd you will have a much better tonic than any of those ready-prepared tonics you have been buying. Brush your hair daily, and twice a week apply this tonic to the Mcalp, rubbing It in gently. This will do wonders for your dull, lifeleax, falling hair, and put your scalp in a healthy condition. This tonic will make your hair soft, silky and lustrous Ke4p the scalp clean by frequent shampoos with ranthrox and you will not have further trouble with your hair. deLendrecie announces classes for adults in ballroont dancing at Stone's New Auditorium each Tuesday and Saturday at 7:31) p. m. phone 1768 Advt.