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I n SOCIAL NOTES Mrs. John Quinn and family of Tioga are the guests of the Misses Quinn of the Emery flats. Mrs. James Shea of Perham is visit ing in«the city as the guest of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Flynn of Tenth street north. The Gethsemane Cathedral guMd Will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. M. L. Hibbard. 219 Eighth street north, at 2:30 o'clock. Miss Palzin of Moorhead entertained the teachers of the Central school of Moorhead last evening. The Fargo guests were Miss Ivy Conant and Miss Ina Lowry. Mr. and Mrs. F. I* Watkins will en tertain another divfsion of the Jack O'Lantern Novelty company at their home at dinner this evening. Covers will be placed for eight guests. The Queen Esther circle of the First Methodist church were hostesses at a 6 o'clock dinner last evening, the hon ored guests being members of the Standard Bearers' society. Covers were laced for thirty guests. After the inner hour. Mrs. John M. Walters read aji interesting letter from Misa if there's a cup of hot bouillon waiting when you get indoors. The best bouillon is made by drop ping an ARMOUR BOUILLON CUBE In a cup of hot water. Refreshing Stimulating Wholesoma Far £Vm A.ddf*& armour^companvt CHICAGO mm® 1 Commercial Honesty vs. The TRUTH a/' For sordid Commercial e a s o n s plucked and dyed Musk rat is often called Hud son Seal.— I' si*-1f- rv v y IriC't'i'f'S Oj Go i iM.i •Urnmmm Sliotwe We cannot offer large lots of Coats at one price because we buy only one of a kind. For— Thursday, Friday and Saturday We will show an excellent line of Coats. Newest models in cut' chinchillas, plaid back chinchillas, boucles, plushes, etc. Colors—blue, brown, black, grey and novelties. These Coats are big values— $11.50,$13.50,$15.00,$16. $18.50, $20.00and $22.75 A complete line of Ladies' Motor Coats in all colors. Norfolk styles. These are the famous Capps & Son make—Nationally advertised. Of Interest to the Women Call the Society Editor on any of The Forum's Four Wires and Ask for Five Sadie Barrett, formerly of this city and now a missionary at Honolulu. Mrs. Walter Treat has returned home from Chicago and the twin cities where she has spent the past six weeks visit ing friends and relatives. Mrs. William Nichols is entertaining this afternoon at her home on Fourth avenue south. Miss Constance Watson, a bride of the month, Is the honored guest. Miss Vaughn McHugh of Chicago, who has been visiting at the home of Mrs. E. C. Cooper of the Monticello apartments for several weeks, left for her home this afternoon. Mrs. Charles Loring, representing the Current Events club of Crookston, is here, to attend the sessions of the North Dakota State Federation of Women's clubs and to get ideas for her own club. Mrs. George Miller left- yesterday for Washington where she will atttend the annual meeting of the general board of managers of the Woman's Home Missionary society of the First Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Brown of St. Paul, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Moorhead for the past week, left Saturday afternoon for Glyndon, for a few days' visit with friends before returning home. Miss Jessie McKenzie, a bride of the month, was the honored guest at a dinner last evening given by the San Soucl club at the Comstock hotel. Covers were placed for ten guests. Miss McKenzie is the guest of her sis ter, Mrs. David McDonald. The Ladies' Aid society of the Ply mouth Congregational church will meet Thursday afternoon in the church par lors. Mrs. F. A. Stever and Mrs. Frank Boughton will be hostesses. A good attendance is desired, as final arrange ments are to be made for the annual sale and supper which are to be held on Oct. 24. Word received by friends in this city from Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson, for merly of Fargo, who recently left for Montana to reside, was to the effect that they were at Miles City and had not yet decided where they will locate permanently. A large part of the trip was made in their automobile, but from Dickinson to Beach the roads were bad. and near the latter placo they encountered a snow storm and deep mud, so the car was left at Wi baux, Mont., and the rest of the trip to Miles City was made by train. They expected to go to Billings from Mile's City, and from there to Helena. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson have sold their prop erty on Tenth street south, in this city. Had to Admit It. Judge: She (after a quarrel)—You were a struggling young man when I married you. He—I'll give you credit for landing me. Jhe Com mercial rea-, son is really a dishoi reason- Only .he HON EST TRUTH about GORDON FURS and so, this scarf and muff sell together for $t 12/the muff separately $42., the scarf, $75. Made by Gordon and sold under the GORDON PURE FUR LAW are plainly marked on the Gordon label for what they are. Ever know the truth about furs?—No?—then send for Gordon's Fur Book today. GORDON & FERGUSON St. Paul, Minn. FARGO, N.D. AT THE HOTELS THE GARDNER. H. C. McCartney, Oakes Mrs. L. B. Dochterman, Williston Mrs E. C. Car ney, Williston Mrs. D. A. Dinnie, Minot Mrs. F. l. Kinney, Hankinson Mrs. C. H. Mednell, Hankinson Mrs. V. J. LaRose, Bismarck Mrs. W. H. Bod enstab, Bismarck Mrs. J. W. Bush, Oakes Mrs. Minnie C. Budlong, Bis marck Mrs. Walter R. Reed, Amenia G4 str*us, son Casselton Mrs A Boyden, Jamestown Mrs. C. Rath aVUev JCineS\r"'rj Lisbon McDonald, Ende'rlin Mrs! t» -tsualong, Bismarck: Mrs Carr^ton^r\infe't0nT' MrS- Mi s ES o ^IarL MrtSeH R»Pe: THE FABGO FftTOM ATO TVATLY TfRPTTBTJCATT, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 15, 1913 'e Nit^lson" a v uey cit Mrs. H. A. Presler Vallev Miss LouisoV" ^armer Wimbledon Llnneth p,vtF' Beeve. Buxton Jos. Mrs"w'a xr Carro11. VIcIn ?i k Mlnot tyre. Wn'll? F- Langdon I. John- J- p- Flynn. Westhope Putn!m Mn8°?,' Ellendale Mrs. G. p'oft 1 -New Kockford Mrs \v ^ew Rockford P. Foeartv' C* R' WinSe! J- iuis. £aln' Carrington lu. O. Standt, Page- Mrs Jamestown' A?frS^Anderson, w Mrs- Thos' Major] Hope! Mrs H. Rasmussen, Wahpeton- Mr« LanKdoif- H^sJmvaSl Br 8?,e„"d P™'»rs: GrFaonrdksFortesM?- SHW 1F«": O-an/ToX: KS,-FARB^Su,^erhBi,™™,^Ckirri^c't,• IS'SBiTV?nev"' L?lte' A D" Mrs JMM' Gillett ^n'ive^ity" w Gillett Grand Forks Mrs ciu»Vsrre.<p></p>Mnf rw $vsr THE WALDORF, "VST, B. Grand JPcrKa' OHilh v Bla"k'' i-j .• J®nsen, Westhope c. W. Kellev Devils Lake Mrs. E. Bergendahl Pi' •"r BK?e" mrs. i?rank Edgerly, Ellendale- o w Crockard, Bismarck E. Fanning Blanchard W. Falconer, Blanchlrd: S^.t®ren Qjand Forks J. A. White aV:^ Wm' Cleland, Jamestown .Alfred McHenry J. F. Aim, Mayvllle A. Ross ra» R,chardton Mrs" Lom"ardriaifiSur^M™ac j'Dl.tald Ealfouc Mrs. A. Wartne,-,H„v?y? Valley city MrJ Courtenay Alice M. Pad dock, Jamestown Carl Hagen, Shev S'sr ni'c, W'-S~ Cushin^» WSftJSi?1 Bismarck Mr- S°?e: \ctP- 'nd Mri THE3 WALDORF AJTNBX. Mrs. Fowne, Valley City L. W. Full Ln T:«V1ftor McLaughlin. James town, A. H. Jung, Lisbon C. C. Clow Lisbon Oscar Olsen, Sheldon Harold Williams and one, Colgate E. L. Wil 'a,£9. Colgate F. W. Ehred, Hope T. O. Knights, Carrington Mrs. E Car- Mrs- A- E. Watkins, Laaham, Williston A. Mad- lund, McKenzie Roy Rayl, Hlllsboro. THE METROPOLB. A. P. Guy, Oakes K. W. Wilder, Wyndmere J. J. Drovak, Wyndmere W. A. Farnsworth, Wahpeton C. A. Armstrong, Juanlta S. E. Swanson, Marion A. P. Marshall, Absaraka: Nils Nilson, Absaraka G. S. Trimble, West hope J. H. Shannon, Cogswell Sieberg, Grand Forks F. E. Paul, Buf falo F. C. Jorgenson, Grandin J. B. •Sullivan, New Rockford T. P. O'Con nell, Grand Forks P. J. Stuckey, Lis bon O. J. Damrnen, Hillsboro B. F. BrockhofT, Grand Forks J. Nelson Kelly. Grand Forks M. J. Drlscoll, Langdon M. J. Hart. Grand Forks John Bruegger and wife, Williston. THE PRESCOTT. Mrs. King, Valley City Frank Roark, LaMoure, Hogan Hoel, Embden Ella Olson, Mapleton Carrie Dokken. La Moure O. Sattle, Turtle Lake: F. R. Dusek, Bremen D. R. Turlst. Bremen. THE ELLIOTT. Clark Moore and wife, Gardner O. B. Westley, Cooperstown Minnie Lens sen, Litchville Gustav Oehltse and wife, Enderlin Mrs. A. C. Brauer, Nome Mrs. Geo. Drake, Arthur Eliza beth Drake, Arthur: C. B. Nelson. Mer cer Nels Weborg, Mercer C. H. Fergu son, Oriska Edw. Hanson, Leal H. G. Canniff, Grand Forks Ole J. Vigow, Sharon W. J. Higgins, Medina H. J. Larson, McLeod E. J. Stafne, Aber crombie. THE WEBSTER. A. R. Posey Plaza: John Van Slckel, Schaible: B. K. Sollid, Mayville" M. T. Dahl, Grace City Thos. Cadigan, Pills bury Plerman Reinke, Lisbon John Rutherford, Page. Ol^ my pimples and my blotche* An old maid I'll surely be "No, throw away the powder, 1 Xrlnk -a, Rocky Mountain Tea." —Fout & Porterfleld.—Advt.* 11 Ih! *V, STATE WEDDINGS A very quiet Wedding will occui Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock when Douglas Gibb and Miss Wlnnifred Scon will exchange vows. The ceremony wll be performed by tho Rev. P. W firick son, pastor of the Presbyterian churc-t at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Truax. in the presence of a few of th closest friends of the contracting par ties. Thoy will reside itt cozy quarters on the north side. Mr. Gibb, who is cousin of Mrs. Truax, arrived from Flrningham, England, some years ag» and the woman of his choice, a resident also of that city, arrived last summe A very quiet home wedding occurred at o'clock last Wednesday evening- in A. Lk A. hi Breiner, daughter of onr of the well known farmers near thiH city. The wedding was a complete surprise to the many friends of botli young people and they succeeded In keeping it secret several days. Christian Frandsen, of Watertown, 8. D., and Miss Sarah lams of Taylor, sister of Mrs. Ed. Partridge, and quit" well known In Dickinson, were mar ried recently. Mr. Frandsen is one of South Dakota's rising young business men and in his home city is well anl favorably known. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. lams, anl was counted as one of the city's most popular and talented young ladies. Th'? couple left for Dickinson and from there went to the twin cities for short sojourn before returning to Wat ertown,-where the bridegroom has pre pared a home. i.k a Continued From Page Oaie. tains of the Royal Scottish Grays. King George was dressed as a field marshal. The first part of the honey moon will be spent at the residence.^ Waldorf Astor, on the southeast coast of England. At high noon today occurred tho marriage of the Duchess of Fife ajid Prince Arthur of Connaught. Thn service was read at St. James palace and nearly all the British royalty were in attendance. The guests included members of the diplomatic corps in London with their wives and a few personal friends of the king and queen and the princess royal. Several structural changes in the chapel royal at St. Jame's palace were necessary in order to accommodate the guests. The pews were removed and the floor on each side of the cha'pel was raised to enable everybody to have an uninterrupted view of the ceremony. The celebrated gold plate of the chapel was on the communion table. The choir was accommodated in thi organ chamber. The archbishop or Canterbury, the bishop of London, dean of the chapel royal, and Canon Sheppard, the sub-dean, performed the ceremony. The route from the grand staircase of the palace to the door of the chapel royal was lined with non commissioned officers and men of Prince Arthur's regiment, the Scots Greys. The wedding was at noon pre cisely. King George and Queen Mary with their suites drove from Buckingham palace to St. James ^palace, without an escort, using the garden entrance to Buckingham palace, the front of which is still sheathed in scaffolding. The bride, with her mother and sister, tho Princess Maud, drove to St. James palace from her home in Portman Square. The bridesmaids were the Princess Mary, daughter of King George Prin cess Maud, sister of the bride Prin cesses Helena and Victoria of Teck, 16 and 14 years old respectively, daugh ters of the Duke of Teck, and Princess May, the 6-year-old daughter of Prince Alexander of Teck. Queen Alexandra with King Haakon of Norway and Queen Maud drove from Marlborough house. All the royal guests and members of the diplomatic corps and the other guests entered the chapel by way of the friary and were conducted to their seats a few minutes before the arrival of the bridegroom. Meanwhile the king and queen, the bridegroom and all the participators in the ceremony assembl ed in the palace, where three proces sions were formed, the first composed of the clergymen, who proceeded to the chapel and awaited the bride the sec ond led by the bridegroom, who was supported by the Duke of Connaught and the Prince of Wales, the latter taking the place of the Crown Prince of Sweden, who was kept at home on account of his father's illness the third procession was that of the bride. She was supported by her motheT and the king, who gave her away, and attend ed by the bridesmaids. The processions passed through the state apartments, down the grand staircase, through the color court to the chapel, at the entrance of which the clergy and part of the choir met the bride's procession and preceded it to the altar. The ceremony took about Send us that old party gown or dress W® Drill it by one of our modern proifterfses and make It look practically like new. Dakota Valet PHONE 896 121 BROADWAY KURJUi DKimiftS Ott MUOll i w&mcm. Orders Glvtl Spatial Attention. read for Catatosn* or l*»li iCUi •f Cat Flower*. Satabllshed over quarter century. mmm* fir*ad«rcy tnj.il Vrant St* fesrees am. FARIO'S ONIiY SPO.T GASH STORE 1 this city when Kev. James K. Kirker, of the Congregational church joined Miss Jean Elizabeth Mersey, daughter i of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hersey and "Ben -i jamin B. Bennett, a popular youncr! druggist of Drake, this state. Th bride is one of New Rockford's most respected young ladies. The bridegroom is one of Drake's moBt successful busi ness men. Only the immediate rela tives of the contracting parties were present at the ceremony. i Barker, one of our prominent jewelers, a member of the Barker-Win ters Co., was wedded at St. Charles, Minn., Saturday, to Miss Nora Pfeil, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Pfeil of that city. The couple will return i to this city about Nov. 1, where will have cozy apartments. thev Prank Crichlow, machinist In thf local Northern Pacific shops at Man dan, who pitched a mighty good game of baseball for the Mandan team th« fore part of the past season, was mar ried the fore part of last week, to Miss Julia GOOD UNDERWEAR VALUE8. Big line of low neck and short sleeved, fleeced, ribbed union suits.. Excellent union suits in regular and extra large sizes, fleeced Children's heavy fleeced union suits, at ..•BriJr® Infants' Reuben style, part wool vests, at JSstJPf) Women's wool union suits in nil sizes white and grey, at ^PlalullP BIG HOSE BARGAIN8. Infants' cashmere hose, df «PT» 11 Iti®. 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The plan to hold a wedding break fast was abandoned, the couple pre ferring an informal reception at St. Jame's palace before driving to Port man square. Their carriage was at tended by an escort of the Scots Greys. The women at the ceremony were in full evening dress without trains or tiaras, wore no feathers or veils. The men were in full uniform or court dress. The bride's dress was of white char meuse with a pearl embroidered panel in front of the skirt and a little round ed train at the back. The bodice was of Brussels net sewed with pearls and diamonds and a folded belt of char meuse fastened slightly at the left side with a bouquet of white heather and orange blossoms. Her court train was fastened at the left shoulder with a F. Mayer Boot & Shoe Co., anmrmromg FASTEST GROWING STORE IN FARGO. 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Queen Alexandra wore white tulle over a foundation of black satin with an overdress of net encrusted with diamonds. There has not been a royal wedding in England since June 15, 1905, when the present bridegroom's sister, Prin you extra long service /gayer Honorbilt Shoes are not only stylish and fine looking, but rJL are unequalled as durable shoes for general wear. They are known as leaders in ladies' fine footwear, and hold their shape and always look neat and trim. For men women and children Only the choicest leather is put into Mayer Honorbilt Shoes that's why they can be depended on. Honorbilt Shoes are far more classy and twice as serviceable as other shoes of an equal price—they are quality shoes through and through. If you want a stylish and good wearing ladies' shoe get the Mayer Honorbilt. WARNING Be sure and look for the Mayer trade mark on the sole. If not handle Honorbilt Shoes, your dealer does write to us. 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