FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1916
Received Highest 'Awunta
Annual Supper At McCabe
M. E. Church This Evening
The anniial supper of the Ladies
Aid society of the McCabe Methodist
Kpiscopal church will be held in the
church basement this evening, begin
ning at ":M. The bazaar, which is
held in connection with the supper,
will open at 3 o'clock and continue
throughout the evening.
The women have prepared a fine
menu for the supper and will have
on sale numerous articles suitable
for Christmas gifis. Included in the
sale will be fancy articles, rag rugs,
dolls and home made candy. The
women of the church are noted for
their fine suppers in recent years and
many of their old patrons are looking
forward to the one this evening. Pol
lowing is the menu:
Celery Jelly Beet Pickles
Hoi Biscuit Roll:!
Pumpkin Pie, Whipped Cream
Apple Pie, Cheese
goodies that just
in-e-l-t in your mouth
light, fluffy, tender
cakes, .biscuits and
doughnuts that just
keep you hanging
'round the pantry—all
made with Calumet—
the safest, puresr, moot
economical Baking Pow
der. Try it—drive r« iy
Go»h Bunk Fret
Si* Sli$ im ISuud Cat*
YOU KNOW NOW THAT
YOU WILL WANT A
DOZEN PHOTOGRAPHS FOR
Make appointments now
Do not wait
Soldier Boys To Be Made
At thfe meeting of-the Grand Forks
Soldiers' Aid this week in the public
library, Mrs. J. B. Wineuian was ap
pointed chairman of the committee.
The committee will have charge of
sending food supplies to the boys at
the border for their Thanksgiving din
ner. The chairmen of the other com
mittees will ass'at Mrs. Wineman.
A luncheon- set and centerpiece
were auctioned off for the fund and
were won by Mrs. J. M. Culliton and
Mrs. D. M. Martin. A benefit matinee
performance will be given in one of
the theatres in the near future.
Sojourning in St. Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Byrne of Avenue
A left last evening on No. 2 for St.
Paul, v. here they will sojourn for
Returns After Visit.
John W. Bennett, who has been the
fruost of iMr. and Mrs. William Was
kiy of Fourth street returned yester
day to his home in Cpnter.
Washburn Visitors Here.
Attorney Hugh McCullough, Mi3s
McCullough, Miss 'McCullough, Miss
Mabel Johnson and James O'Brien of
Washburn motored to the city "os
terday in the former's car, whore
they spent the day visiting friends.
Cards Out For an At Home.
Cards have been issued by Mrs. Jay
W. Bliss, Mrs. John Arthur Larson and
Mrs. William V. Kiebert for an at
home Saturday afternoon in the home
of Mrs. Kiebert, in Fourth street. The
hours will be from 3 o'clock to 5/
To Hold Social Meeting.
Capital Homestead No. 300 has an
nounced a social meeting for Monday
evening next, which will be held in
the Knight of Pythias hall. Dancing
will be the amusement and luncheon
will feature. H. K. Clough is secre
tary of the order.
Visiting Sister Here.
T. S. Griffing of St. Paul, who has
been in Washburn, conducting natu
ralization hearing in the Washburn
court and who is in the city on busi
ness, is the guest while here of his
sister, (Mrs. Roy Robinson of the Me.
Visiting Friends Here.
Mrs. M. J. Mc'Knnzic and daughter,
Miss Ethel McKenzie, who lyive been
spending the last six months with their
jdaughter and sister, Mrs. Bkkhart, of
Minneapolis, arrived in the city yes
terday on No. 3, for an extended visit
here with friends.
Entertains For Sister.
Miss Roxy Foss entertained last
evening, informally, in her apartment
in the Rose building in honor ,»f her
sister, Miss Annabelle Foss, who
loaves shortly for Velva. i'or nil ex
tended visit with her sister Mrs. J.
II. De La. The guests included-four
teen of the honor guest's most inti
mate friends. Games and music form
ed the amusements.
Plans Made For Annual Sale.
The meeting yesterday afternoon of
the Ladies Aid society of the First
Baptist church with Mrs. R. G.
Thrams at her home in Eighth street
was very well attended and extensive
plans were made for the annual food
and fancy work sale, which they will
hold Saturday, November 25, in the
office of the gas company in Fifth
street and Broadway.
Mission Elects Officers.
At a meeting Monday of the James
town Flower Mission the following of
ficers were elected for the year:
President, D. R. Brockman First
ward vice president, Mrs. Otto Won
nenberg Second ward vice president,
Dr. Wink Third ward vice president,
Mrs. Chris Fleutsch Fourth ward
vice president, Mrs. H. Newhauser
secretary, Mrs. John Tunstall, aind
treasurer, Mrs. Charles Rathman.
The purchasing committee consists
of Dr. H. K. Wink. Mrs. O. J. Seiler
and Mrs. Andrew Blewett.
To Attend Educational Meeting.
Newly Elected County Superintend
ent W. E. Parsons and Mrs. Parsons
will leave Monday for Fargo, where
they will attend the annual meeting
of the North Dakota Education asso
ciation. Mr. Parsons is secretary of
the association and Mrs. Parsons will
Real Mince Pie
TWICE AS GOOD AND HALF THE
:OST OF BULK MINCE MEAT
At -f Package
v/ f* w«t
12c to 15c
"Like Mother Used to Make"
MERRELL-SOULE CO., $r»cess, &
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
MAM'SELLE MAS P06Er BFADTlFULtV
SHE. MAV HAVE A REST NoW C—~J
Pze oDora. of paint is
pERFOME. To ze AQTI 5T1C]
be his assistant. E. J. Taylor, state
superintendent of public instruction,'
and J. M. Martin, superintendent of
the public schools, will leave Tues
day to attend the meetings.- County
Superintendent C. L. Vignens also ex
pects to he in attendance. The dele
gates from the. Capital ,Cily will ex
tend an invitation for lhe association
to meet next year in Bismarck.
Suffrage Executive Meeting.
In Grand Forks Saturday the first,
executive meeting of the new year of
the North Dakota Suffrage association
will he held. Msr. (Trace Glendenning
of Wimbledon, president of Hie organ
ization will preside and the matter of
raising the .r,0fl«, which the National
Suffrage association fixed for this state
will be considered. The naming of
district vice presidents and the county
chairmen will also be a part, of the
business. Mrs. Glendenning, Mrs. .f.
A. Pierce, Mrs. Elizabeth O'Neil and
Mrs. It. E. Weihle of Fargo, Mrs, P. M.
Cole, vice president and Mrs. .1. M.
Gillette, vice president at large of
Grand Forks, will attend the meeting.
Attends General Grand Chapter.
Mrs. L. J. Palda of Minot, worthy
grand matron of the North Dakota
Chapter of the. Order of Eastern Star,
returned Tuesday from Louisville, Ky„
where she represented the state chap
ter at the annual sessions of the Gen
eral Grand Chapter. The general chap
ter is made up of the grand chapter of
each state which have jurisdiction
over all chapters in the respective
states. With the exception of New
Yoik and New Jersey, which compris
es a separate division, all the states of
the union, chapters of Canada, the
Panama canal country and Honolulu
were represented and the assembly
•was one of the largest ever held by
The sessions began on Tuesday, Oc
tober 31, and continued until Friday,
November 3. In addition to the reg
lar lodge sessions, which Mrs. Palda
said were very si.milar to the Grand
chapter meetings,'only on a much
larger scale, there were a number of
very pleasant social affairs. One of
the most interesting events was a vis
Did she get. up late this morning
and get all mixed up on her hosiery?
Well, maybe she got up late, but as
BISMARCK PATlV TRIBUNE
THERE ARE SOME THINGS WORSE THAN PAINT
it to the old home of Robert .Morris,
the founder of the Eastern Star. His
former residence it La Grange, Ken
tucky, but a short distance from Louis
ville, lias been kept up, and after mak
ing A stop there the deli Ration con
tinued on to the cemetery of the pic
turesque village, where Hoherl Morris
is buried, and here memorial services
were held, at his grave.
There was a large reception to the
delegates, and one evening a banquet
and ball was given at the Armory at
which Mrs. Palda was one of
BISMARCK COUNTRY CLUB
ELECTS OFFICERS fOR YEAR
BELIEVE- I COULD SrAD IT
Conk I in was reelected presi
dent of the Hismarck Cyuhtry club
at the annual meeting, held last even
ing in the Commercial club rooms,
and Hurt Finny and (?. H. Russ, Jr.,
were re-elected secretary and treas
urer. Judge A. A. Bruce was elected
vie president of the club.
Col. C. H. Little was re-elected a
director and two new directors, Dr.
G. A. Rawlings and C. W. Nichols,
The club discussed the matter of
introducing winter sports and the
proposition was very well received.
Plans were proposed to have an early
opening of the club next season and
a general discussion' introducing
plans for the welfare of the club fea
CAMP FIRE GILS HOLD
FIRST CEREMONIAL MEETING
The first ceremonial meeting of the
Camp Fire Girls who hold their meet
ings in the Presbyterian church was
held last evening in the church chap
el, under the direction of Miss Marian
Marshall, secretary to Supt. 1. M.
HAS SHE MADE A MISTAKE IN HOSIERY?
NO, SHE'S FOLLOWING NEWEST FASHION
wearing the latest New York frivol—
the mismatcd stockings.
You will sc.- them in^exclusive shop!
windows and on the main thorough-
to hosiery she is not mixed. She is. fares soon, according to etyle makers.
I'ME OF PAwr np—nJVou mit
lAk'EfS Mti £EEL-1 SOOtJ&ET'
eral thousand guests. Motor rides
about, the beautiful parks and the res
idential districts of Louisville were
among the tilings
and the last
day was devoted to a trip to the fam
ous Mammoth cave.
Don't forget the ."ft-eent chicken pie
supper in .McCabe church this eve.
Supper served at. 5:fit) oil.
(Jive ME AIVC»
Martin of the public schools, and who
introduced the movement.
Officers for the year were elected
and the name adopted for the organ
ization, wjiich is the Indian nam.*,
"Tintapa," meaning belonging to the
prairies. The name was taken from
the Dakota language, making it more
typical of the state. Each member
will i'lMs adopt Indian names, and In
Miss Josephine Welch was elected
president. Miss Alice Webb, treasur
er, and Miss Ruth Erlenmeyer, secre
tary. It was decided to send, for a
number of camp (ire manuals to aid
in the work.
Members of the Tintapa Camp Fire
are: Marjorie and Alice Webb, Theo
dosia Filch, Therma llerndon, Lucille
Hall, Naomi Moore, Hazel Fulton,
Ruth Eilenmeyer, Mabel Parsons,
Mary Jones, Marie Reit&n, Ida Iver
son, Margaret Curley, Gladys Carley,
Exine Sliultz, Lucile Lahr, and Jose
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
The Junior Class held a short meet
ing Thursday ofternoon.
The two Glee clubs and the High
School orchestra held their regular
The Mathematics club met at the
High School Wednesday evening,
under the direction of Mr. Bolt. It
was decided to hold meetings on every
Wednesday night. During the even
ing the club began the study of Plane
Mr. J. K. Doran, who is disposing
of chemicals and apparatus belonging
tar his son James, has loaned them to
the science department for an indefi
nite period until he makes final dis
Miss Lamb did not meet her classes
If von tuvK used tlic last of ynut
pacKiigr of HO-MAYDE you lutty I
realize the iitlp it has been in mak-
injr brcid aM.l will order again
If you have not tried IIo-Mayde
yet, do so our expense. We will
send free samples anywhere.
shortens the hours for preparing
dougli, makes the loaves larger, I
lighter and more wholesomely sweet,
and Kives biead excellent keeping
HO-MAYUF. is guaranteed to
absolutely purr, wholesome anil de
If u,u i-anniit secure HO-MAYDE
at your grocery we will mail it any
where for IV Send for free sample.
Ho-Mayde Products Co.|
Friday and Saturday
One Lot of Ladies' Hats
We have been able to purhase a sample line of
that would sell for $25.00
We have received another shipment of
Georgette Crepe Waists
Values to $5.00
We have put these on tables at the very special price
Miss Wigsfors, Mathematics and
Physics teacher, left Friday evening
for St. Paul. She returned Monday.
The Junior Masque met Monday eve
ning, November 6th. for their monthly
program. A number of the members
will present a part of Dickens' "Nichol
as Nickelby." The Masque, which is
composed of Junior girls, has invited
the boys of the class to be guests for
This is the week for report cards.
Victrola music has been the feature
of the music periods thte week and
last. The students appreciate great
ly the chance to hear the best talent
in this way.
A Senior class meeting was held for
the purpose of deciding on the Senior
donation to the High school. A daven
port or couch of some description was
The Coming Basket Ball Season.
Everyone in high school is looking
forward with eagerness to the basket,
ball season. Last year Ave played
This fact ak»n.-» nliows its
markable instrument ut
in plain and fancy colors. Special per yard I
One Lot of 36-inch Fancy Silks
in stripes, brocades and plaids. Regular $2.48 value, Special
in stripes and Dresden patterns, were 65c, Special
Initial Bath Towels
Large size, closely woven, Special value
25 pieces in assorted dark patterns, 15c quality
10c per Yard
Woven WILLOW BASKETS, of every size, shape and for every,
use, at popular prices
Orchestra practice will he held twice
a week from now on.
Last week Miss Marshall, High
School Librarian and Secretary, sub
stituted In the new sixth grade of the
Will School, on account of the illness
of Miss Krlckson, the regular teach
er. Both teachers are now battle in
their regular positions.
It Is a great favorite in foreign rotirflrifs because of its marvelous staying*
in-tune quality and becati-e it ', tor.? always remains the same under all
uttiactivi- a price.
We have The Hamilton I'uri.. in just the style case you prefer.
The Baldwin Piano Co.
W. M. THOMPSON, Agent
Office and Salesroom at Cowan's Drug Store
many of the larger teams in t^c state
and defeated nearly all.
The game with Tower City was es
pecially exciting, partly because our
boys were defeated at Tower City the
year before, and partly because their
team was so much heavier than ours.
The baskets were made rapidly on
both sides, but at no time did Tower
City have a higher score than we,
though they came within one or two
points of it, and the final score was not
far from a tie.
We are anxious to plav Tower City
Louis Martuccl, New York golfer, has
asked to come here, and Beach
eager to play with us. Dickinson, Valt
ley City, and Jamestown have alwayi
been on our schedule. We are all hop
ing for the pleasure of seeing more of
these intensely interesting games with
the various cities of North Dakota, as
well as for the opportunity of main
taining our standard in basket ball.
W E O A S O
The Hardest Test
remarkably well made
be to stand
the climatic changes of all
countries Such tests arc being
applied every clay to
construction—proves it a re
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