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4 -5 N The M. & S. club will be entertained on Wednesday, May 28, at the home of Mrs. J. A. Shaw, 612t Eleventh avenue south. Dr and Mrs. George A, Newsalt, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Howell, Atty. and Mrs. A. C. Lacey, and Mr. and Mis. J. H. Btesrer© motored to Lake Lizzie in cars Saturday and spent the at Dunn's resort, returning Sunday evening. Mrs A. E. Jones arid daughter, Miss Grace, and Mrs. Frank P. Allen and daughter. Miss Grace, all of Lisbon, N. motored to Fargo Saturday after noon and were guests over Sunday at the Waldorf. They returned home in their car yesterday afternoon. Director Boehmer of the Dakota con servatory gave a splendid dinner yes terday at noon at the Gardner hotel in honor of the Agricultural College orchestra. The menu was a sumptuous one and the service perfect. The event was given in return for the courtesy of Dr. Putnam in assisting in a num- MOVED? Yes we have mov ed to larger'and-better quar tern 121 Broadway DAKOTA VALET Cleaner** and' Tailors Phone 896 W. H. Fick S, & H. Stamps WATQKSS e a i e y e n w o "know how." THE CO., FAItGO, N. D. O U N. P. Lawn Grass Seed MAKES THE BEST LAWN PHONE 4MN BROADWAY AND.FRON'i o.. Established Over a Quarter Century -I' 'NV? (fk- -AV. JSW Drink T' i. •, Kimonas We put on sale 6 dozen beautiful line of patterns in the new crepes very neatly made. You will want on© at $1.48 New Wash Dresses Immense variety in voile, gingham, linen and ratines all sizes white and colors alterations free see them $2.98, $3.98, Store $4.98, $5.98 100 fine unbreakable mesh bags, bead ed bags and fine leather pocketbooks, in values at $4.00 and $5.00 all styles this week at $2.98 It will pay you to see the big values we offer in coats and suits. BLACK'S The Popular Priced Store 112 Broadway Of Interest to the Women Call (ke Society Rdltor oa an? of Tfce Porwm'n Wmr Wlwi an A A*k tor FIt». ber of the graduation recitals, which have been given recently. Mrs. P. T. Boleyn of the Improve ment building, will entertain the Feb ruary division of the Ladies' Aid so ciety of the First Presbyterian church at her apartments on Tuesday from 3 o'clock until 6 at a "coffee." All lad ies of the church and friends are in vited. Bismarck Tribune: Mrs. E. E. Morris, who left for Fargo Tuesday to attend the Degree of Honor convention, says she enjoyed the work during the meet ings and that she also spent a very en joyable time after the convention. She visited in Fargo until Friday, return ing Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCulloch have issued invitations to the members of the Tau Sigma club for their annual class banquet to be given in the par lors of the First M. E. church on Fri day evening, May 30, at 6:30 o'clock. This event is one which the young lad ies appreciate a great deal and always thoroughly enjoy. Minneapolis Tribune: Dr. arid Mrs. F. C. Rodda entertained at dinner Tuesday evening at Hotel Radisson for Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Scott (.Esther Rob bins of Marmarth, N. D., who is visit ing here. Covers were placed for ten. After the dinner. Dr. and Mrs. Rodda entertained their guests at a theatre party. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ware gave a breakfast Wednesday morning at the Minnikahda club for Mr. and Mrs. Scott. There were six guests. They have gone to Fargo to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott. Bottineau. News: Cards are out an nouncing the 'wedding tomorrow of Miss Clara Lovise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Larson of the Turtle mount ains. to Frank Forstein of Fargo. The ceremony will take place at the beauti ful country home of the bride's par ents. Miss Larson is the second daugh ter and was born and raised in this county. The man of her choice is a cafe man at Fargo and a clean cut, nice appearing young man. He expects to locate a» little later at Carrington, home there after Aug. 1. The News joins in the best of hopes for their success. Bismarck Tribune: At the home of Mrs. F. L. Brandt, 909 Fifth street, the members of the Aid society and friends were splendidly entertained. The meet ing was sort of a farewell, given in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Wm. C. Menges. A pleasant time was had, and lovely refreshments served. Rev. Mr. Menges and family will hereafter make their home in Fargo, and Rev. Mr. Menges departed Saturday for that place. Mrs. Menges will leave for Fargo after school^ is out. Mr. and Mrs. Menges were presented with a purse of silver by their friends on Thursday. They have the best wishes of their numer ous friends in Bismarck who regret to have them leave. Casselton Reporter: "Letters from Lieut. Waldo Potter and wife, received last Saturday, and written April 15, say they were about to enjoy a splendid trip. They were to leave Manila with a party on the transport Warren that noon, for an excursion to China, tak ing in Tiensin, Pekln, Port Arthur, Mukden and across the Yellow Sea from Pekin to Korea, with a stop at Seoul. In China, they go south from Pekin to Yang-Tse-Kiang and down that river to Shanghai, thence to Can ton and Hong Kong back to Manila." The Best Beverage under the Sun— Ml A welcome addition to any party-^. anytime—anyplace. Sparkling with life and wholesomencw. v Delicious Refreshing 'hirst^Quenching Defnand the Genuine Refuse Substitutes. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, ATLANTA, AtIW' $'•1 lift) mtw /7 7^ MB. Fargo N. D. Lieutenant Potter is the son of Editor Potter of The Reporter. Elliott and Mrs. Sam talker of Grandin, N. D., spent Sun day with Mrs. D. Fisher of Seventh street south. Arthur J. Amundson returned this morning to his home at Crookston, Minn., after spending Sunday with Mrs. Amundson, who is the guest of her mother, Mrs. T. .C Sunde. Edmund O. Freeman and Charles H. «. h08ts tonight to a dozen or their friends at a box partv at the Orpheum in honor of Miss Charlotte Wall, a bride-to^be of this week. Fol iJ, theatre an informal supper will be enjoyed at one of the cafes. ii All members and friends of the Eng lish Lutheran church are invited to attend a reception Tuesday evening at the church parlors to be given for new members. An entertaining pro gramme has been arranged and a social time and refreshments will be features. It .s hoped that all members of the church will be present to get acquaint ed with the new people. The Washington Neighborhood club will give their programme on Tuesday evening of this week instead of Wed nesday evening as usual on account of another engagement by the young peo ple who are to furnish the entertain ment. The Henry Clay Literary so ciety of Fargo college will present a play. This will be the last meeting of the season and all are invited to be present. this state, and they expect to be at Alice Matson, Dorothy Bowe, Marguer lte and Josephine Lemleux and Flor ence Olson. Miss Selma Bartlett was a delightful little hostess on Saturday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bartlett of Second avenue south, to twelve of her young friends. The afternoon was spent happily with games and a delicious birthday 'supper was served. The table was pretty with a profusion of wild plum blossoms and lilacs and a beautiful birthday cake completed the feast. Covers were laid for Caroline Satory, Dorothy Campbell, Hilma Bow, Isabel Speer, Eleanor An derson, Rae Bigelow, Nita Marv Blake, Lisbon Free Press: At the well-ap pointed home of Judge and Mrs. F. P. Allen, on Seventh avenue, Saturday evening, was given one of the pleas ant social gatherings of the season. The hostesses being Mrs. F. P. Allen, Mrs. W. L. Williamson and Mrs. L. B. Adair. About forty-five guests were present. Those from out of town were Mrs. Minnie C. Budlong of Bismarck. Mrs. E. A. Arhart of Grand Forks, and Mrs. Tuller of Fargo. The rooms were beautifully decorated with apple blos soms, which shed a lovely fragrance all through the house. There were ten tables laid ready for a social game of bridge, which all enjoyed who took part. The gay laughter and brilliant conversation and charming costumes of the guests lent a pleasing note to the occasion. About 10 o'clock elegant re freshments were served on the card tables. One of the most pleasant events of the commencement season was the ban quet and reception given on Saturdav evening at the A. C. for the seniors of Fargo and Moorhead high schools. The event took place in Ceres hall at the college, a sumptuous spread being served- at 8:30 o'clock. Ferns, palms and spring flowers made the dining room beautiful, and covers were placed for about 400. A programme of toasts under the able direction of R. W. Smith, principal of the preparatory department of the college, was a feat ure. Responses were made by the pres idents of the classes represented and. President Worst gave a pleasing talk. Music for the occasion was furnished by the college orchestra and the col lege girls' glee club sang several beau tiful selections. The Boys' Glee club and Mr. Yarrington added to the pleas ure of the occasion with vocal selec tions and the programme was conclud ed with three reels of moving pictures. The young people expressed themselves as having spent a very happy evening and as very favorably impressed with the A. C. people as hosts as well as their splendid school. At the At" Soda Fountains Carbonated in Bottles. WbeaCTW voa_«c«a Arrow think ofCoo^Cgta. !1 P. M. Cole of Kenmare is in the city. W. G. Porter, of Aberdeen was in the city today. J. A. Driscoll of Grafton spent the day in the city. H. E. Fox of "Edgeley was a Fargo business caller today. A. C. Strand of Ellendale was in the' city today on business. M. C. Cain of Hunter was a, 'business visitor in the city today". F. A. Barnes .of Wahpeton spent the* day in the business district. Mrs. C. A. Wickstrom of Lisbon is a guest, at the Gardner hotel. W. L. Davidson of Williston mingled in Fargo business circles today. J. A. Driscoll of Grafton was a busi ness visitor to the city today and met many friends. D. C. Cooper and M. A. Nelson of Cooperstown, were business visitors to the city yesterday. W. H. Wilson of Spokane, Wash.*, arrived in the city last evening for a stay of a few days. J. B. Nelson and wife, of the city of Minot, were the guests of the Webster over Sunday and today. W. J. Heinz and wife of St. Paul, have arrived in the city for a few days' stay at one of the hotels. F. H. Bird of Sioux City, la., arrived in the city yesterday for a stay of a :'fH few days at the Annex. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Mumford of Cal gary, Alta., were the guests at one of the hotels over Sunday. Wm J?. McCormick. the well known THE FABGO FOKTJM ATO Djffir REPtTBttCAN, itofDAY EVftferG, MAY 26, 1913. i traveling man of the city, was greeting his friends in the city yesterday. L. E. Adair, of the city of James town, was a business visitor to th% city today and met many friends. Charles Allen of Lisbon was greeting his friends in the city over Sunday and was a guest at the Waldorf. Henry Albertson, of the town of Rugby, arrived in the city last evening for a short stay at the Metropole. James Lyon of Staples, Minn., has arrived in the city for a short stay on business and is at one of the hotels. T. U. Chaffee and C. H. Haliday of Carrington arrived in the city this morning to look after business mat ters. A. J. Slade, of the city of Devils Lake, was a business visitor to the city this morning and is meeting his friends. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rice and Wil liam Sperry and sister of Glyndon, Minn., were guests on Sunday at the Prescott. N. Rosenblum and Dr. Breiten, two well known citizens of Frazee, were calling on their friends in the city yesterday. Mrs. Albert Jones, Miss Grace Jones and Mrs. Frank P. Allen and Miss Grace Allen, all of Lisbon, were in the city yesterday, having motored to Far go for dinner at the Waldorf. C. L. Atwood, W. A. Shoemaker, J. C. Wise, C. G. Schields, G. E. Maxwell and C. H. Cooper, all Minnesota men, were registered at the Gardner yester day, and attended the funeral of Lew A. Huntoon over in Moorhead in the afternoon. CLUB NOTES The home economics section of the Fine Arts club held its last meeting of the season last week at Ceres hall at the A. C. The feature of the meet ing was a paper read by Miss Stoner and written by Professor. Ladd on How the Housewife Can Assist to Safeguard and Advance Pure Food Principles in the Home. He advised that they insist on getting in quality and quantity what they pay for and learn to read the labels on canned goods. A lively discussion followed. All members of the section are asked to be present at a general meeting of the Fine Arts club which will be held at the Civic centre on Friday even ing, May 30, at 8 o'clock. The new year books will be given out and the work of next year discussed. Mrs. Forest Thomas of Lisbon was a charming hostess to the members of the Woman's club Saturday, at a lunch eon given at the Hotel Bradford. About thirty guests sat down to a well ap pointed and beautifully decorated table. The colors of the club, yellow and greeji, were in evidence. Vases of yel low narcissus, with their green leaves adorned the center of the table. The hand-painted place-cards were beauti fully done in yellow and green which gave a pleasing note of color to the rest of the appointments. The out-of town guests were Mrs. M. C. Budlong of Bismarck, Mrs. E. A. Arhart of Grand Forks, and Mrs. Tuller of Fargo. This was the last m'eeting of the club year. After doing ample justice to the viands of the four-course luncheon, the hostess and guests mingled in social intercourse for a few minutes before the meeting was called to order by the president. Reports of officers were re ceived and adopted. The retiring president gave a well-prepared far« well address to the members. After which the election of officers for the ensuing year was in order, which re sulted in the election of president, Mrs, M. L. Engle first vice president, Mrs. F. S. Thomas second vice president, Mrs. A.- M. Kvello secretary, Mr? Walter' Curtis: corresponding secre tary, Mrs. Florence Oliver treasurer Mrs. E. C. Lucas. After the election of officers, Mrs. Budlong gave an inter esting talk to the club, sounding ths keynote of her visit, which was for the purpose of interesting the people in a public library. Mrs. Tuller, who went into the club when it first or ganized, about twenty-five years ago. gave a reminiscent view of the club when in an embryotic state and men tioned three who have been continu oue members through all its viscissi ous members through all its viscissi Tuller has the distinction of being the first president of the state federation. Mrs. Arhart, one of the past presi dents of the club, in a few fitting re marks, expressed her satisfaction at being able to meet the club members again. The club has about thirty members and has just closed a profit able and prosperous year's work. STATE EVENTS Tuesday, May 20, was the tenth wed ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Schulstad of Forbes. About twenty five of their friends assembled in the evening and marched to the pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. Schulstad and gave them a surprise party. The eve ning was very pleasantly spent in var ious sorts of amusing games, conver sation, etc. About midnight a dainty lunch was served. Just before the in truders were preparing to leave for their respective homes Mr. and Mrs. Schulstad were presented with a nice chafing dish and a tin spoon. F. D. McCartney made a neat presentation speech, which was responded to by the recipients, Mr. and Mrs. Schulstad. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Herberg of Her berg township, near Hillsboro, cele brated the fiftieth anniversary of their wedding on their farmstead on Monday, May 19. All of their children, with the exception of a daughter, were present. Mr. and Mrs. Herberg have resided in North Dakota over forty years, most of which time they have resided in Traill county. Saturday, Norway's natal day, was the twenty-fifth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sten berg-, in honor of which a vast assem blage of friends gathered at their beautiful home, five miles east of Kin dred, on the Sheyenne river. In the afternoon, Halvor Dahler made ah ad dress on Norway's independence and in his usual jovial manner was a suc cess. He was succeeded by John Van Arnam who, in the English language, spoke of the progress of the country, both financially and socially and gave credit to such characters as Mr. and Mrs. Stenberg. He also, on behalf of the assembled friends, presented the couple with a beautiful sliver service. STATE WEDDINGS Word has been received of the mar riage on May 6 at Winnipeg, of Miss Josephine Hayden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hayden of Jamestown, to Hugh Wurtelle of Montreal. The young couple will make their home at Montreal where the bridegroom is en gaged in the banking business. Announcements have been received of the wedding of Miss Rilla B. Chaffee, until recently chief operator at the Carrington central, to Robert A. Jahns at the bride's home at Detroit, Minn. The young couple will live at Staples, Minn., where the bridegroom is em ployed as a state grain inspector. Joseph Rozlclta of Carrington and Miss Irene Meyers were married at the home of the bride's brother, Willis Meyers, near New Home, on Wednes-r day of last week. Miss Anna Lankan and August Zim merman were married on May 10 at the home of the bridegroom at Edge ley by Rev. Mr. Vomhoff. Tuesday morning, May 20, at St. Pat rick's church in Dickinson, occurred the marriage of two of Dickinson's popular and long-resident young peo pie, Frank Ray and Miss Florence Jen nings. High mass was sung and the marriage ceremony was performed by Father John Dlgnam, pastor of the church. A very pretty wedding was solem nized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shearer at York Sunday afternoon when their daughter. Miss Ethel Mae, was joined in the holy bonds Edgfngs and bandings 1 inch to 8 inches in width, regular values up to 25c per yard. While they last, Tuesday per yard .......... wU 27-inch wide lace embroidery flouncing, only a few of these left. Regular values 89c per yard. While they last, Tuesday, per yard 27-tnch embroidery flouncings, reg ular values to 75c a yard, Tuesday special, yard Also all-over embroideries in this lot. Five yaTds imported embroidered flouncings, 46 inches wide, reerular $6 per yard, Tuesday CA per yard Beautiful New Suits and Coats lock to Martin Herstead. The cere mony was performed by Rev. F. L. Rice in the presence of about twenty five close friends. On Wednesday of last week, at Glen dive, Mont., occurred the marriage of Selma B'jornson of Binford, and How ard Knapp of Newlon, Mont. Miss Alma LaRue Stockman of Swea City la., and Ernest Bylin of Tioga, were united in marriage at the bride's home on Thursday, May 15, find will be at home to their friends after July 1 at Tioga. Mr. Bylin is a son of Post master Bylin of Norton. Miss Annie Sheptenko and John Glo vitch, both of Max, were quietly mar ried at Minot last Thursday afternoon. A very pretty church wedding occur red at Benedict Memorial Presbyterian church at New Haven, Conn., when Miss Margaret Dow Webster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Webster of that city, was united in marriage with Rev. Rosmond May MacDonald of Crosby. A very pretty but quiet wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. W Nudd at Williston Thursday eve ning May 15, when Ole Benson and Miss' Jennie Jarshaw were united in SSlfiiil wmrn^' V V "V, .« r» -v Arfr chicasa TOMORROW'S SPECIAL Extraordinary Embroidery Sale. See Window Display Here are some values the thrifty ones/of womankind will deeply appreciate— and the assortments are so complete that the choosing will be easy. Bandings, corset covers and edg ings, regular values up to 75c per yard. While they last Tuesday per yard .... 66* 19c Just Note These Special Items Five yards imported embroidered flouncings, 45 inches wide. Rfcru lar $5.00 value, Tuesday A gn| special, per yard VBwU 45-inch embroidered flouncings, ex tra good value at $1.85. Tuesday S rrr ©as® HOME OF FASHIONS marriage by Rev. E. S. Congregational church. IIS. STEI Shaw of the GRINELL COLLEGE TRIBUTE PAID TO FARGO SINGKR WHO ASSISTED AT MAY FESTI VAL, SINGING SOLOS IN MEN DELSSOHN'S HEAR MY PRAYER. The Grinnell Herald (la.), of last Friday, referring to the May musical festival held at Grinnell college last week, made the following reference to the solo work of Mrs. A. J. Stephens of Fargo College conservatory: "Mrs. A. J. Stephens, who has been the guest of Miss Agnes Moore during the May festival of the past week, re turned to her home in Fargo, N. D., Friday morning. Mrs. Stephens is the teacher of singing in the Fargo Con servatory of Music, and while in Grin Wliite teeth— billions of them! Where? Everywhere! They're chewing every minute. Smiles are brightening—appetites sharp ening—digestions improving. Purify your 'breath for the evening kiss with the goody that's good for you. BY THE It costs less—of any dealer—and retains its freshness until used* ..' Look for the spear Avoid imitations* Bandings and edgings, 1 to 5 inches wide. A very special value for Tuesday only at, per yard 27-inch embroidery flouncings, beautiful open work embroidery. A special value at the regular prk-e of $1.50 per yard. Tuesday we mark it per yard 5® 69e 45-inch embroidered flouncings, very fine. Value, 15.00 per yard, day only, per yard .2.75 4o-inch embroidered flouncings, beautiful sunburst pattern. Vafnt, $6.50 per yard, Tuesday per yard .3.98 Visit Our New nell generously consented to sing the solo parts in Mendelssohn's Hear My Prayer at the college vespers, May 18. Grinnell has tieard few soprano sing ers, amateur or professional, who can compare with Mrs. Stephens. Her voice is unusual in purity and round ness of tone, and her singing of the" beautiful solo part, Oh, for the Wings of a Dove, was exquisite in smooth ness and sympathy. The college should congratulate itself on having: so gifted a friend as Mrs. Stephens." The great calamity In Omaha was quickly overshadowed by the terribly disastrous floods in Ohio. Great suf fering and sickness from colds and ex posure resulted. L. Poole, 2217 Cali fornia St., Omaha, writes:-"My daugh ter had a very severe cough and cold but Foley's Honey and Tar Compound knocked it out in no time." Refuse substitutes. Economy Drug Co., Fargo Drug Co.—Advt. Long Trousers. Puck: First Tramp. Strange how few of our youthful dreams come true., Second Tramp. Oh, I don't know. I remember how I once yearned to wear long trousers. Now I guess I wear them longer than almost anybody in the country.