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Also our tailored silk waists, made from plain plaids and Roman stripe silks will seek their equals in vain. Waists and Blouses at prices, $1.25 up to $15.00. S K I S Separate Skirts, the most popular garment of this Fall Season. We only want you to see our values and models and then compare them with others. Our skirts at $5.50 to $8.50 can not "be duplicated. Exclusive agents for Rampoer Chuddah Skirts. RampoerOhnddahisdnstresistingand will not crease. *.?»*£• •$ 2 '..fl "Jt4jW| SOCIAL NOTES Mrs. W. A. Ristvedt, of First street north, has as her guest, Miss Dora Severson, of Whittter, Cttl. A. 6. end Miss Molly Fuller, of Mo bile, sure guests at the home of their •liter, Mr*. N, Hlnckle, of Ninth street north. Mrs. F. B. DIMey Is now recovering nicely from •. serious operation which ah? underwent last week at St. John's hospital. The members of the M. and S. club will be entertained Thursday afternoon by Mrs. J. A. Shaw, of 612 Eleventh avenue south. The Ladles' Aid society of St. Mark's Lutheran church will be entertained In the church parlors Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, by Mrs. 8. P. Olson. Instead of holding their regular business meeting Indoors, the members of the Delta Phi Gamma sorority of Fargo college enjoyed a moonlight pic- That has been dry cleaned here will look fresh and new for the social season. PA HAS 712 Front St. Phone 1587. KODAK FINISHING 4 1 I n 8 Hours liagen-Newioo Co. TODAY AND TOMORROW Three Big Features in, One Show. The wheel of Destruction, 2 Parts (Automobile) The Death Mask, 2 Parts (Indian) The Test of Flame, 2 Parts (Scandinavian) Always the best the world has to offer and the •price is always the samfi, 10c arid 5c. MTS. Radcliffe Fornan and children, of Seattle, who are on their way to 1New York, will be guests until early next week at the Peter Elliott home, •on North Broadway. A pre-nuptlal party, In the form of a miscellaneous shower, will -be given for Miss Nina Amerland Friday evening, by Misses Anna Chisholm and Ethel Wood, at the former's home. The ladies of the Christian church, will hold their October missionary meeting at the home of Mrs. C. F. Greenwood, 805 Fourth street north, Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Miss Helen Davidson, who 18 at St. Luke's hospital, suffering from an at tack of typhoid fever, 13 getting along as well as could be expected, the crisis in the fever not having been reached. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Perrlzo, Mrs. L. Coutier, and F. L. and L. L. Perrlzo, all of Blue Earth, Minn., were In the city for a few hours Monday, being on their way home from a long motor trip. A very pleasant meeting of the Lad les' Aid society of the Christian church was held yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Ed K Yatlo of Fifth avenue south, was hostess, and the meeing was well at tended. Mrs. N. P. Osgood, of 416 Eighth street south, was hostess at a pretty luncheon party this noon complimen tary to Mr. Osgood's sister, Mrs. Car tor, and Mrs. Whlbcomb, both of Berv erly, Mass. A very successful apron sale was held last evening by the Daughters of Norway, in the Sons of Norway hall. The evening was also marked by pleas, ant social features for those who at tended the sala Misrs Annie Kennery. the English famous sufTrngist, was entertained at luncheon at the university commons at Grand Forks Tuesday noon. During the luncheon hour she addressed the Stud ents on her work in England. Grand Forks Herald: Mrs. J. M. Smith and Mrs. A. J. Goodall returned from Fargo Monday evening, where they attended the Synodical meeting held last week. They spent several days with friends previous to their re turn. Mrs. Denison and Miss Lillian Denl son left this morning for Enderlin, where they go to attend the wedding tomorrow of Miss Ida Kraft and Ben Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kraft, of Dllworth, will also be guests at the i i I Mj* -J v i rSL'' I 4 Sir- & I 4*' nic up the river Tut-suav evening, with a short business sv^Hu as onu fea turew Joseph Sornkness, who was taken to 'St. John's.hospital Monday night for an emergency operation for appendicitis, is recovering nicely, his condition be ing good. Ladies* Silk Pctticoats 2nd Floor t% k Vvil ••'4 i* %u B* A s? -V *&-r/ /. L-Jl» The Ladies' Missionary society of the First Baptist church was entertained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs F. C. Hall of 614 unth avenue north, with twenty present. There was the usual study rrom a missionary text book, and a Pr°sram on India was enjoyed, i •losteaa served lunch during a so cial hour. T?* regular weeKly meeting of the Unity club was held last evening at the v\. c. A. rooms, with a large at tendance. The club now has sixty members, which is a splendid growth for such a short time. The usual pro gram was carried out, consisting of reading, the bible lesson and a social tfour, with light refreshments. A o Party con8i»ting ITHE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 7, 1914. "HF') A *,'h i -v s s Mrs. Km ft was h.stuss at a pretty pre-nupti.il ivirty for Mi^a Kraft, last Saturday evening. A Lisbon girl. Miss Vivian Shute, who will be in the city for tomorrow and Friday, may, if the war conditions permit, sail for India to do missionary work, in the very near future. Miss Shuto will at any rate leave for the east in a few dayq, to attend a mission ary conference in Buffalo, N. Y. of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Steen and son, M. G. steen, of Moor head Mrs. A. Herland and two sons, Herman and George Mrs. J. E. Dahl gren and youngest daughter Grace, und Misses Getsle and Clara and Alfred i^rickson, of Fargo, all motored down to Audubon, Minn., and spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erickson, former residents of Fargo. About fifty were present Tuesday af ternoon at the meeting of the Pastor's 8?clet'- which was held at the *irst Methodist parsonage, with Mes. 5,ames Keller, McCulloufrh, Moore and Cooper, as hostesses. An interesting study program followed the routine business, after which the hos tesses served a lunch during the sociaJ hour. Mesdames J. F. McKay and B. F. Gordon were hostesses last evening at their home on Fourth street north, at the regular business and social session of the Epworth league of the Broadway Methodist church. The meeting was well attended, and after the routine business had been disposed of, the young people enjoyed themselves so cially. The hostesses served light re freshments. Valley City Times-Record, Monday: Miss Julia Newton of the Extension department of the Agricultural college at Fargo, Is a visitor in Valley City today. Miss Newton Is looking after the interests of the Girl's clubs, in rural school work, and is spending the day here enroute to Crosby, N. D. Roy Tackaberry of the Grand Annex, returned to the city Monday from Far go, where he spent Sunday. Grand Forks Herald: Mrs. Mensa Burke, a former resident of this state, but now of Idaho, spent yesterday with Grand Forks friends. She has been touring North Dakota for the past few woeks in the interest of suffrage and h. assisted in organizing a number of ubs. Mrs. Burke left Monday morn for Ardoch and was accompanied Mrs. James Collins of this city. An i thusiastlc meeting was held there. The first meeting of the season of it Sociological section of the Fine ts club was held Tuesday afternoon the Civic centre, with a good at t' idance. The subject for discussion, hi which Mrs. H. L. Bolley was leader, v, .s The War and the Social Movement, included three great peace making :tors, The Hague Tribunal, the rellg is of the world and socialism. The cussion wan. along the lines of the •ces that have been, working for ice, and what may be Baid to be their H'fect upon the people now at war with ch other In Europe. Mrs. Clement, of Eleventh street ith, Moorhead, was hostess Tuesday i! i:ernoon at the regular meeting of the iorhead Civics club. Prizes were not A-arded, i as planned, for the flower and vt ^etable gardens in the various school .rd« this summer, one of the mcra rs of that committee being unable to i present to make the required report. Superintendent of Schools Edwards me in at 4 o'clock, and gave a most ecouraglng talk on the work in the aools, particularly with regard to 'I 4 /A/* c^'tsr^ the mothers' meetings which were held all last year, and which will be a feu ture of th« olub'a work this coming year. Frank Lannon, of Valley City, made an auto trip to Fargo Tuesday, return ing home in the evening. Mrs. Percy Sherwood and Mrs. Harry Roney will entertain the Plymouth Congregational Ladies' Aid society Thursday afternoon at the Honey home, on Second street north, Mr. and Mrs. Wall and son Laverne, of Billings, Mont., who visited in Grand Forks for several days, came to Fargo Tuesday, and will be here for several days before leaving for their Montana home. Aside from the all-college reoeption, at the armory Friday evening, Oct 16, other coming social events of the month at the A. C., will include the in dustrial course stag, Satuday, Ocl 24, and an all-college hallowe'en party on Saturday evening, Oct. 81. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Risa, Miss Emma Uloth and Barney Sullivan who autoed to Fargo last Saturday and spent Sun day here returned to Valley City Tues. day evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Boughton, also of Valley City, who autoed to Fargo Sunday and spent the time visiting with friends, returned home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Peterson, of 206 Broadway, were host and hostess Tues day evening to the regular monthly business ana social meeting of the ftp worth league cf the First Methodist church. About fifty were In attend ance, and a social hour, featured by games and a nice lunch, followed the business session. At the latter, Miss Li 111 e Dennison was elected secretary to succeed Miss Nina Amerland, who is to be married and leave the city tho latter part of this month. Crookston Times, Monday: Mrs. H. C. Misner will entertain this evening at a o'clock dinner In honor of Mrs. Fred Sheffield of Fargo the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sheffield. The guest list includes: Mrs. Fred Sheffield, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sheffield, Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Misner and Miss Beth Fulton and Helen Misner. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harris, Robert Harris and Mr. and Mrs. F. Stalley of Moorhead autoed to Crookston on Sunday spending the day there and returing In tho evening. A delicious chicken p!e supper, serv ed for them by the October division of the First Presbyterian Ladies' Aid so ciety, was enjoyed last evening at the church by the members of tho Men's Betterment association and other men of the congregation. The supper was largely attended, and was followed by an informal discussion of plans for the coming year's work, and a social hour. It is planned that the association shall secure several good epeakers on tho peace movement, In the near future. The Minnesota State Federation of Women's clubs which is meeting thi« week in Rochester, Minn., released a dove of peace Tuesday at the annual meeting. The dove will visit every state federation club convention in tho United States, bearing a message of peace. It was taken to Rochester from St. Paul and released by the state pres ident, Mrs. C. L. Atwood of St. Cloud. Minn. The dove will fly back to St. Paul and will then be taken to tho South Dakota federation meeting, then next week to Jamestown to the North Dakota gathering. After an Illness of several months, Mrs. Maria L. Clark, well know prison worker, died at Asbury hospital. Mrs. Clark was president of tho Frances Willard branch of the W. C. T. U., a member of the Hennepin avenue Me thodist church at Minneapolis, and liv ed with the Volunteers of America, with whom she had been Identified for some time. Mrs. Clark was 61 years old and had lived in Minneapolis many years. For two decades Mrs. Clark was a constant visitor at the city lockup and county jail. She worked also among the Stillwater prison inmates snd for fifteen years once a month con ducted a Tellglous scrvlce for the girls at Bethany home, to which her small estate was left. Mrs. Clark is survived by a sister and an aunt 1 rv New York stateL The funeral will take place at 3 p. m., tomorrow at Wesley Methodist church. Interment will be at Lake wood cemetery. Mrs. William H«4loway, of 918 Elev enth street south, .Moorhead, was hos tess last evening at an elaborate din ner party In honor of four young lad ies from Mankato, Minn., she being a former Mankato girl herself. The guests of honor were Miss Helen Reed, who is teaching in the Lincoln school In Fargo, Miss Kleanor Osborne, a teacher at the Moorhead normal, Mi»s Rinott, now teaching in the Moorhead high school, and Miss Ruth Fletcher, a teacher In the Agassis school, Fargo. Other guests were Miss Ruth Collins, of Barnesville, Minn.: Miss Wanda Steger, of the normal school, and Messrs. William Holloway and Will Huniphroy. The dinner was served in seven courses, beginning at 7 o'clock, and the hostess was assisted by Misses Collins and Steger. A color scheme of yellow and white prevailed, yellow chrysanthemums and white carnations forming benutiful table decorations. Following the dinner, the hours were enjoyed with telling fortunes by cards, and playing cribbage. In the new year book* of the Min nesota Federation of Woman's clubs pictures of all presidents of the federa tion will be printed, and two pages will be known to club women as Presidents' Gallery. Mrs. E. J. Lewis, the custo dian, made the announcement yester day. The new book will be somewhat of tf novely. Mrs. Lewis said: "New committees and change In names of old committees to conform with those of the general federation, and the fact that many did not return badges last annual, necessitated many new ones being made—also a Minnesota badge for the biennial. Five hundred and thirty-three badges were sent to the credential committee for this meeting. Programs of mid-winter and annual meetings hare been loaned the pro gram committee to help in their work. The federation pin supply was exhaust ed early in the spring and a large ord er placed, but fire at the manufactur er's and other things caused great de lay. We have Just received a large number and you may all be supplied." POLLY OF THE CIRCUS Following Is the program in detail, which is to be given at the Civic cen tre Friday evening at 8:15, when the Western School of expression presents Miss Ella Kivleln Polly of the Circus, written by Margaret Mayo. The characters In the selection are: Douglas, the young minister: Deacon Strong and Deacon Eleveson, plllers of the church: Mandy Jones, and Hasty, her better half Jim, the big boss can vass-man Toby, the clown and Polly, the circus rider. The Trout Schubert Heller Miss Corlnne Aakegaard (Pianist.) Pianologue—Nine Little Goblins.... Riley-Edwards Misses Eleanor Farr and Elolse Rowan. In the Dark, in the Dew Coombs Oscar Martinson (Soloist.) Polly of the Circus—Part I. Polly, the little circus rider has an accident end is taken to the parson's house. The circus moves on without her. Part II. Polly becomes very helpful to the minister and realizes that the old life has become distasteful to her. But the village gossips soon "set folks to talkln." Polly returns to the circus. I Know of Two Bright Eyes—.Chifcsan Oscar Martinson. Polly of the Circus—Part III. Lonely days at the parsonage. When the circus returns the minister deter mines to see Polly at all costs. Admission will bo by tickets, which may be obtained free of charge at the Dakota conservatory. PLEDGE DAY AT N. D. U. The Grand Forks Herald has the following account of pledge day at the state university: The various sorori ties at the state university observed pledge day and seventeen sophomore girls were pledged. Invitations to join were sent out Saturday evening at 6:30 o'clock, and the answers were handed in yesterday noon, according to the rules of the Pan-Hellenic- society. Pledge services were held yesterday af ternoon, followed by social sessions. The Alpha Phis held their gathering at the home of Mis« Johanna Londer gan on Chestnut street, and at 6 o'clock an elaborate banquet was serv ed at the Hotel Dacotah at 6:30 o'clock. The guests were the active members, ing alumnae were present: Mrs. E. F. McEi'lane of Whitman, N. D. Miss Nora Woodward, Bottineau Christl: Flnluyson, Michigan Mlldrod Volte' Anna Poupore, Edith Londergan, all Grand Forks. The Kappa Alpha The! sorority held Its service at the home i' Mrs. A. G. Leonard on Belmont aven\i The Beta Gamma Pel pledge servl' was held at the home of Mrs. G. A Abbott on Hamllne street, and at o'clock a banyuet was served at t} 1 university commons. The Alphl pledges are Frances Cathro, Bottinea Bertha Lukin, Maybllle Ada Budg Louis Duggan and Grace Rorke, Grai i Forks, The Kappa Alpha Theta pledg are Gertrude Healy, Grace Loughll Grand Forks Kathleen Cowan, Devi-" Lake Winifred Nelson, Flast Gran i Forks. The pledges of the Beta Gar ma Psi sorority follow: Jean Jenen lne, Jameetown Grace Ellis, Vall City Fern Wilklns, Thompson Franc Eichoff, Crookston Marlon Hoove: Grafton Maud Martin and Elsie ML1. Park River Helen White MayvlU*. STATE CLUB NOTES. The Music Club of Valley City will hold itg first meeting of the year at the home of Mrs. T. 8. Henry in tho Sheyenne Apartments on next Thurs day evening. Important business Is to come before the meeting and it Is requested that all members be present. The Minot Art club held a special meeting last Wednesday afternoon and elected delagatea to represent Mi not at the stato meeting which will be held at Jamestown October 13-16. Mrs. A. G. Crane and Mrs. Long were elect ed as delegates to the convention, and Mrs. Newlove and Mrs. Van Fleet, vice delegates. The first meeting for the second year of the Bowbells Study club was held at tho homo of Mrs. Sadlelr la«t Wednesday afternoon. The roll call was responded to by Incidents from tho vacation experiences of tho differ ent members. Mrs. Wiper's paper "From St. Paul to Sart Francisco by Boat," including a description of the steamship Vaterlarll, was of special interest, because a portion of her va cation was spent on a boat trip from Sf Paul to St. Louis, enabling her to give a personal touch to the descrip tion of tho Journey. Mrs. Hunter gave a very interesting paper on Cuba and Porto Rico, which was Illustrated by numerous views of the two Islands sent to one of the club members by a friend residing in Port Rico. Mrs. Mengors gave a splendid paper on Ja maieia and Bahama full of well pre pared information on these interesting islands. The club starts out with an increased membership and with re newed interest and enthusiasm. The Parent-Teachers' association of Bismarck met Saturday at tho Will school to arrange for Important meet ings of tho coming year. A number of public meetings will be given, tho first one on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m., in the assembly room of the high school. Mrs. Robert H. Tate will be tho speak er on that occasion. Mrs. Tate is from Portland, Ore., and is vice pronident of the national congress of Mothers and the National Parent-Teachers' asso ciation. Her subject will be "Child Welfare." All persons Interested in child welfare and education, and kin dred topics, are cordially lavlted to hear Mrs. Tate. The Entre Nous club of Grand Forks resumed Its activities this week and the first meeting was held Monday af ternoon at tho home of Mrs. S. H. Ashley In the Dlnnie apartment on Fourth avenue. The club itas decided to take up the study of the "'British Isles'" for this year's work, and the program wag divided into two parts, and several interesting papers were presented, as follows: (a) A short excursion from Liver pool. Chester, tho cathedral—Mrs. Ash Vcj*. Eaton Hall Art Collections—Mr®. E. A. Bixler. Grasmere-Wordsworth—Mrs. Harry Gavere. Reading from Wordsworth Poems Mrs. F. L, Goodman. W'indermere-Coleridge-DeQulncy Mrs. P. E. Henwood. Keswick-Southey—Mrs. O, B. Burt ness.s Mrs. John Dencker and Mrs. J. W. Dencker entertained the members of the Rebekah Book and Thimble club of Grand Forks, Tuesday afternoon at the home of the former on North Fifth street. Sewing and vlfting were the pastimes and the pleasant afternoon was concluded with the service of luncheon. The P. E. O. Sisterhood of Grand Forks met at the home of Mrs. W. G. Bek at University Place. A program of unusual Interest was given and the subject for study was Goethe and His Play Foust. Several excellent papers were presented. Mrs. F. F. Fletcher discussed the Life and Works, Mrs. D. E. French gave a splendid paper on The Place Faust Occupies In Drama. Mrs. W. G. Bek discussed the music from Faust and her talk was illus trated by Victrola records. The pleas ant evening was brought to a close with the service of refreshments. The Entre Nous club held its first meeting yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. H. Ashley in the Dln nie apartments on Fourth avenue, at Grand Forks. The club will take up the study of the British Isle this year. The Women's Civic league of Grand Forks held an important business meeting yesterday afternoon in the au ditorium of the city library. The vote decided to observe Oct. 9 as a clean up day and several other matters of im portance were discussed. Mrs. J. Gillette and Mrs. James Collins were elected delegates to the state federa tion. The following officers were elect ed for the ensuing year: President, Mrs. F. L. MrVey fllrst vice president, Mrs. James Collins second vice pres ident, Mrs. J. H. Owen secretary, Mrs. H. R. Brush treasurer, Mrs. William Budge first ward officers—President, Mrs. A. J. guests were the active members, because our goods and prices are aj the pledges and alumnae. The follow- ways right. Murphy & Younff.—advt. Hunter: vice president, Mrs. A. 7. Wldlund second ward—President, Mrs. C. E. Brawner, vice president, Mrs. Arthur Dinnie third ward—President, •Mrs. R. A. Sprague, vice president, Mrs. Louis Pre-scott fourth ward—President Mrs. O. D. Patterson, vice president, Mrs. Oscar Lee sixth ward—President, Mrs. James Collins seventh ward President, Mrs. Herman Wolff, vice president, Mrs. R. Van Donat. Plea For Woman's Reformatory. "The national Charities and Correc tion conference meeting at Memphis in May proved very helpful and illuminat ing. Had we a state woman's refor matory, we would surely stand In the front rank. In listening to the reports of states, we were proud of Minnesota, and of the part our women have done. We must work until we win for our state reformatory for women," said Mrs. P. L. De Voist of Duluth, vice president at large of the M. F. W. C., in her report at the Minnesota State Federation of Women's clubs, now in session at Rochester. "I would recommend to each vice president," she continued, "that they ask the members from their districts, who are serving on the various com mittees in our state federation, if they are willing to give continued service, and also find women who are willing to take some chosen work, and bring these lists, typewritten, with the cor rect address of each to tho meeting of the state federation, and thus save time for the enjoyment of the progrem. "One ne wdistrlct, the tenth, has come to us through the redisricting of our state. I observe a closer relation steadily growing between chairmen of committees, and their committees, also between the vice president and the clubs of their districts. By calling the district vice presidents together at the midwinter breakfast the dates for the district meetings .were easily arrang ed." The reason we do so much busi in clothing, shoes and furnishings is x- .: ii'X* SUFFRAGE NOTES Miss Annie Kenney of England, who was In Grand Forks yesterday, but ex pected to return to Fargo today, to start from here on her partial tour of the state, was persuaded to stay in Grand Forks for another day, and will address a meeting there tonight. Tho Herald says of the suffrage tea held in her honor yesterday afternoon: A large number of ladles gathered at the home of Mrs. M. G. Olson on Reeves avenue, yesterday afternoon, to attend the suffrage tea, which was given by the Votes for Women league. An inter esting program was given. Mrs. H. A. Enyeart rendered a group of songs, and was accompanied on the piano by Mrs. L. C. Harrington. Miss Annie Kennev, a militant suffragist of Man chaster, England, was present and gave a splendid address on her work in Eng land. Miss Kenney is a speaker of great ability and held tho attention of her audience for two hours. Sho spoke on tho suffrage It is planned to send Miss Kenney to Washburn Friday, her schedule be ing changed somewhat, and Valley City will have to be omitted from It. A teachers' institute is In session at Washburn, and expressed an especial wl?h to hear her. Sho will no at Dick inson Sunday, and at Beach Monday. Miss Mary Olive Beldon, who workt with Miss Burr, In the Iatter's terr -tory last week, was at Crosby yestei day, and reports by wire today th. the.ro was a very enthusiastic mee Ing there, with many farmers presen She and Mrs. Grove, district vice pre! ident of the Thirteenth district, will k together to Alexander, in response to special Invitation from the manag ment of the Mc.Kensie county fai which is to be in session there Oct and 9. A teachers* Institute is aloo I session there this week. Followln the fair Miss Beldon will return to tt vlclnity of Crosby for a few days, an then work with Mrs. Qrove in the la ter's district for about a week. Owing to a slight Illness, W. IT. Wli Iims, of Cando, two plaices. Much enthusiasm was displayed, and many of children were present in a number of the towns visited. Tuotice A A. Bruce of the supreme court, formerly of Grand Forks, has taken up the cause of tbe equal suf frago advocates, and will address the Bismarck Suffrage club this evening. Dr. Minerva Goodman, of Stockton, Cal., now visiting in F*argro» has bjq encouraging word onthe J**0 nation in her own state. She, sa^ that there is scarcely an ant! in T-allfornla, and many of those who were most bit ter in the fight against equal suffrage are now the strongest adherents of the suffrage movement, and ashamed to axl mit that they ever fought It. In many precincts around Stockton, the women the studying* the amend ments to be voted upon, in frequent snd regular meetings, such great moral Issue* as the nbolltion or the red light district, prohibition and others of like importance a few of the things that the women are posting on and preparing to voto intelligently on in California. The Votes for Women league of Grand Forks held a suffrage tea vester dav afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. i G. Olson on Reeves avenue. The houns were from 8 to 6 o'clock and Annie, Kenney, an English sutTraglst of Eng land, gave a talk on the militant me thods .used in that country. At the' close of the program tea was served. vegetable FRIDAY & SATURDAY Octobers and 10, at oils IVORY SOAP 99M% crt's Old Market By Gethsemane Cathedral Guild movement in England, dealing particularly with the militant section. The speaker gave her reasons for being a militant worker and ex plained the necessity for those me thods. She cited many interesting facts concerning the laws in England and why women d«*mand©d a change. The speaker stated that the women worked Quietly at first and received no recognition, and were compelled to be gin certain tactics In order to be no ticed. She said that she had been im prisoned many times in connection with militant demonstrations, and had gone through several hunger strikes with Mrs. PanVhurst. The speaker told of being ordered out of the house of lords with Mr. Pankhurst, and when they did not go, they were thrown into prison. It was not until every other effort had failed did they become mili tant. Miss Kenney said the militant methods were the only possible means of receiving recognition. Following Miss Kenney's address an informal re ception was held and refreshments were eerved bv Mrs. Olson, who was as sisted by Mrs.' August Egger. A group of girls assisted in serving. was not able to Join the Cass county suffrage tour today, but hopes to Join th* party Friday at Casselton. If his health permits. A re port from Mrs. R- E. Welblc, received at headquarters last night, was to the effect that on the first days trip the nartv did not miss a town on its schedule, Mrs. Parrow and Mrs^ Poll^k sneakinc at every one, and Mrs. weJbl® at GIVE UP DANCE TO HELP THE RED CROSS i An example most worthy of emula tion by other clubs of the city and elsewhere was set last evening at ths annual meeting of the Century Danclnff club, held In the parlors of the com mercial club rooms, when the club, which has made it a custom in years past to give five parties each season, decided to give up one of these parties this winter, in order to devote the sum each one costs, about $150, to th Red Cross society, for relief of the war HUfferers. The former officers of the club were all rc-elected, being: President, H. W. Geary first vice president, W. J. Hows second vice president. Prof. E. S. Keen# and secretary-treastirer, H. P. Lough.' The other members of the executive named, were Mesdamcs W. C. McFad den, M. F. Steele, and C. E. Nugent. As tentative dates had previously been set for the regulation five par ties, and It is not known yet which one It will be decided to abandon, an nouncement of Just when they are to be held will be made later. The first one, however, will probably be held next month, about Thanksgiving time. The marriage of Miss Lois Foster to Carrol S. Shorb was solemnized at Weyburn, Sask., Sunday in the pres ence of a number of friends and rela tives. The«e young people have until recently been residents of Crosby, the bride being a sister of Mrs.-E. O. Lar son. Last Thursday afternwm William Malmln and Miss Cfcira Kcrkreit, both of the vicinity of Kdmore, were joined In marriage by Judge E. H. Grlffln. Poth the contracting paj-tles are well find favorably known In Kdmore and have many friends who will join In wishing them happiness and prosper ity. 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