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SOCIETY
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Fortrtightly and Current Events
Clubs Open Study for Year
The Fortnightly club held its first
meeting of the yeair yesterday after­
noon with 'Mrs: C. L. Young in avenue
B. The club is studying "Modern Fic
jW program was featured
w,itn a review of the first
of Blisis Perry's book entitled
Study'ofProse Fiction." This was
given by 'Mrs P. R. Shiyth. She also
discussed dotrent fiction. Miss Phil
ip Meyerreadan -interesting paper on
".Man and- His' Works." as a re
HOKE ECONOMIC*
DIRECTOR NAMED
Miss KatheHne Kensen^head nt the
home economics department of the
Agricultural college, Fargo, has re­
ceived -from. Washington, D. C., an
appointment, as. home economics, di­
rector for. the state of North Dakota.
Miss Jensen will work with Dr. E. F.
Ladd, president of the college, in at
ranging for the official North Dakota
program, relative to home economics
any, adjusting the national food con­
servation program to the heeds of the
state. Only one director is named for
each state.
Miss Jensen was named chairman of
the home economics section of the
North Dakota Federation of Women's
clubs last year and this will assist
her in getting in touch with the 4,000
club women of the state. She will
attfend the annual'convention of the
Federation of clubs in Dickinson in
October, where she will be able to
reach women from all parts of the
state.
Oak Park Visitor.
Miss Cornelia Pickett of Oak Park,
111., arrived in the city yesterday and
will make an extended vist with Judge
and Mrs. A- A. Bruce of Fifth street.
Miss Pickett is a neice of Mrs. Bruce.
Motors to Fort Yates.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Patterson of the
McKenzie -and Mr., and Mrs. Sam H.
Clark- of Avenue A raqtored to Fort
Yates yesterday, where they spent the
day.
"Enjoying New Wor'k.
Interesting' communications have
been received here from Sister Ana
stasia, forirter lhuslfeal 'director of St.
Mary school stating that she is en­
joying .her new work in Barnesviiie,
Minn. Bister Anastasia was a resi­
dent of the capital city for 14 years
and has many friends here. She was
instrumental in building up a large
musfc class .at St. Mary's.
Appointed or War Work.
Mrs..- vv. H. Stutsman, chairman of
the Maiidaii Red Cross chapter Mrs.
A.yH. Peterson, head lA the Mandan
conservation 'campaign 'Mrs.' L. S.
hoV.er in change of the registration
of women for war relief work, were
named tit represent Mandan' in the
state work and their names have been,
forwarded'to state of titers ot the fed­
eration of Woman's chibs, which at
the convention of Dickinson, state­
wide campaigns along these lines will
be organized.
To Return Fium Honeymoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Bonham.-a re­
cent brideand.groqm, wt|o have been
spending their honeymoon in Chicago
and Albert Lea, Minn., are expected to
arrive in the city Friday. Mrs. Bon
ham was formely Miss 'Mattie Calla­
han, a teacher in the Will school. Mr.
and Mrs. Lonhatti' will occupy the
Lsonhaln home, 501 Sixth street, until
the return-of the former's mother,
who is making an extended visit with
her daughter in Northfield, Minn.
Nierling-Kohler.
Miss Minnie Konlor, formerly teach­
er of German in the capital city high
school and Harry Nierling of James­
town, were married last evening in
the home of the, bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Kohler in Fargo. Rev.
T. J. Graham of the First Presbyter­
ian church read the
service
at
7:30.
They were unattended and only close
relatives .were guests. Mr. Nierling is
engaged in civil service work. Mrs.
Nierling was a member of the high
school faculty last year. Mr. Nierlius
and bride are enjoying a honeymoon
in eastern points. They will reside
in Jamestown.
For hrira. Battey.
Mrs. George Douglas Mann enter­
tained Wednesday afternoon at a
handsomely appointed' bridge party
at her home in First street, to honor
diMrs. R. C. Battey who leaves short­
ly" for Billings. Mont., to make her
liome. Five tables were in play for
me game, and the honors were award­
ed to Mrs. F.,E. 1/uehe and Mrs. Bat­
tey. Russell roses were used to cen­
ter the luncheon tables and about the
100ms. A color scheme.of pink and
white featured the other appoint­
ments. Mrs. Mann was assisted by
Mrs. A. M. Fisher, Mrs. H. F. Keller
and Miss Helen Lucas.
Current Events.
The Current Events club held 1 he
first meeting of the year with Mrs.
A. J. Arnot in Rosser street- "Alas­
ka,' the year's study was featured
with papers on "Physical. Features of
Alaska" read by Mrs. F. J. Marcellus
and 'Our Army in Alaska,' by Mrs.
George Wallace. A review was also
read on "The Eskimos, aifi the In­
dians of the Yukon." !®he club voted
to contribute $5.00 to the Florence
Crittenden home in. Fvgo. The roll
call was responded to by current
events and the responses too various
patriotic phases. During the social
hour Mrs. J. P. French sang two num­
bers. Members devoted much of the
social hour to knitting for the Red
Cross. The club voted to extend a
vote of thanks to the program com­
mittee composed of Mrs. Marcellus,
Mrs. G. R. Squire and Mrs. F. E. Pack­
ard Delegates to the state conven­
tion of the Federated clubs will be
named at the next regular meeting
Birgliot Caspary
v. Teacher of Singing
Studio tWtrd floor of
Business College Phone C07K
view of the life of TolsaoL Mrs. F. L.
Conklin reviewed one of uis works,
"Anna Karenina." Mrs. Henry J.
Linde and Mrs. F. S. Talcoti were
named delegates to the annual con­
vention of the Women's Federation of
Clubs which will be held in Dickinson,
October 1-5 inclusive. Mrs. Conklin,
as vice president of the Eighth dis­
trict, Mrs. Philip Meyer as secretary
and Mr. Minnie Clarke Ludlong, as
historian of the stale federation will
tlso attend
WQMEN SPIN OWN YARN
TO AN*T FOR SOLDIEKS
When the women of the Akra
branch of flie Pemoiua county Red
Cross chapter ran out of yariv to knit
socks for the soldiers, they did not
wait until another supply arrived out
sheared the wool from their own
sheep1, carded and spun'it and now
are continuing their work. They
even dyed it to conform to the Red
Cross regulations.
This branch is composed mostly of
Icelanders who are known the world
over for their knitting. Mrs. B. S.
Thorwatf.son is chairman of the Pem­
bina chapter. The Akra branch is de­
voting its time knitting socks and
wristlets.
Miss Hazel Hutcheson of Sixth,
street, will leave Friday for Fair
ntount, where she will teach in the
public schools.
To Begin Year's Work.
The P. E. O. Sisterhood will begin
the year's work next Monday with a
picnic on the lawn of the court house
with Mrs. J. P. French as hostess.
Campfire Group to Meet.
The Wichaka Campfire group will
meet this evening with Miss liene
Griffin on Front street anLwill spend
the time sewing on Red Cross arti­
cles under the direction of Miss
Meade.
Returns to St. Paul.
Alexander McKenzie, who has been
spending the last two weeks in the
capital city, returned 1/ Jt evening to
St. Paul. Mr. McKenzie will later go
to Montreal and other Canadian
points.
Leaves for Eastern Home.
Mrs. H. S. Grcig, who has been in
the city for some time, called by the
illness of her sister, Mrs. W. T.
Brooks of the Annex, has gone to
Grand 'Forks to visit with Mrs. C. E.
Ladd before returning to her home in
Estherville, la.
Marriage Announced.'
Announcement has been made of
th% marriage" of Earle Welsh and
Miss Ethel McWaters both of Mandan,
which was solmenized Tuesday eve­
ning in the Catholic rectory with Rev.
Father Clement Dimpfl officiating.
They were- attended- by- Roy Kennelly
and Mrs. Paul Foster, a sister of the
groom. They will reside in Mandan.
Concludes Visit Here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Hoefer and son,
George, of Laramie, Wyo., who have
been making an extended visit with
Mrs. Hoefer's father, E. A. Williams,
of Sixth street and sisters, Mrs. R. S.
Towne and Miss Matilda Williams,
left last evening for Freeport, 111.,
where they will spend a week visiting
relatives before returning to their
western home.
Mrs. F. E. Shepard, sons Eugene
and Richard Leonard and Miss Anne
Shepard of Avenue left last eve­
ning for Faribault, Minn., where Rich­
ard Leonard will resume his studies
at Shattuck Military academy and
'Miss Shepard aL St. Mary's school.
Eugene Leonard, who is a graduate
from Shattuck last spring, will go to
Hanover. N. H., where he will enter
Dartmouth.
St. Paul Visitors Here.
Mrs. L. P. Gellerman of St. Paul has
arrived in the city to join her hus­
band,
who is in the capital city on
official business for the American rail­
way association relative to the move­
ment of the drafted men. Mrs. O. F.
IS YOUR NUMBFR
WIITKN TIFRE?
DO
BOTH
NAU6HTON
On her chest white and fair the up
to-date girl he left behind him wears
the number of his regiment. Sweet­
hearts of the boys of New York's 69th
bear the numeral of their soldier boys'
reginitat either embroidered on their
sleeps or stockings, or painted or
pasted in courtplaster on arms or
chest
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Chlson is also here from St. Paul to
spent some time with her husband,
who is connected with the same asso­
ciation relative to the movement of
North Dakota's national guard.
To Plan Conservation Work.
Miss Mae McDonald of the exten­
sion department of the North Dako­
ta Agricultural college, will meet with
the Mandan women Friday afternoon
in the Commercial club rooms, when
plans for the winter's work along the
line of food conservation will bo
made. The war situation and the
bell) which housewives can give
through conservation of foods, such
as canning fruit and vegetables and
the elimination of food waste will bt
dtscusbed. Miss McDonald will also
assist the Mandan women in putting
on a thrift campaign in that city.
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BISMARCKDAIL? TRIBUNE
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To Represent Club.
The Misses Cecelia and Florence
Connolly and Clara Tliorliorg will rep­
resent the Mandan Musical club at
the annual convention of the Federat­
ed Woman's clubs which will be hold
in Dickinson. October 1,
AT THIS TOWN
SAS,PARDME»,|
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and 5.
They will also take jcirt in the mus­
ical program which vill be a feature
of the convention. The Misses Con­
nolly and Thorbcrg were named to
represent the chu.U :i meeting beld
Tuesday evening wjjtli .Mrs. A. II. Pe­
terson. The election of officers was
postponed until the next meeting.
LADIEF
NOTICE—
We dovall lc1tHi.s'6f' !\lterihg and re­
pairing oh coats,' suits and skirts.
-KLIEN
THAT MAKES ho
PIFFEPEMCE Tt)
Voo because VOUVE.
A COIN' TO keep
PI6HT* OM G0|Nr
COUNTS
UIMS
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Maine Women
Refused Vote
Lose 2 to 1
Portland, Me., Sept. 13.—Wbman
suffrage in Maine was defeated 2 to
1 at the special election if the voting
ratio indicated by newspaper returns
from approximately one-third oi the
state prevailed in the remaining dis­
tricts. Returns from 27 election
precincts out of G3r» in the state gave:
Yes, 11,161 no, 22,290. The tabula­
tion included complete returns from
the principal cities.
NOTE!
age.
AUPfrORlDM-S
SATURDAY. SPET. 22
PRICES—50c, $1.00, $1.50, and $2.00.
Seats on Sale
Thursday. September 29 at Knowlcs & Haney.
JOSEPH RITER Presents
HENRIETTA CROSMAN
In the comedy with the message of gaiety and kindness.
"ERSTWHILE SUSAN"
BY MARIAN DE FOREST
Founded on Helen R. Martin's Novel "Barnabctta"
It's all about Lho Dutch in the funny little town of
Reinhartz, Pa.
ADMIRAL'S DAUGHTER
TO BE WAR BRIDE
MISS EMILY DEATTV
This is the most distinguished attraction of
1 the new season and is worthy of your putron-
Miss Realty, former Washington so­
ciety favorite and daughter of Rear
Admiral and Mrs. Frank S. Iieatty, pageant at the Orpheum
Announcing that on Friday and Satur­
day of This Week will occur our annual
O E N I N
At which time we will show the new
Autumn and Winter Modes in Millin­
ery, Suits, Frocks, Coats, Blouses and
the many important accessaries of
dress. You are cordially invited to
attend this opening.
WEBB BR07HERS
FOR MO ST STYLE STORE
'v.
will be married next fall to Captain
Charles Henry Drayton, U. S. N., at
Charleston.
FIRST LEGISLATIVE
REFERENCE LIBRARIAN
TO WED AT THE FORKS
Friends of Swinchurn Johnson,
first legislative reference librarian of
North Dakota, a post which he held
four years, and who for some time has
bee nassociatcd in the law business
with Rep.- J. F. T. O'Connor of Grand
Forks, have received cards announc­
ing his approaching marriage to Miss
Sidle of Grand Forks.
MILITARY CELEBRATION
SHOV )I IN PICTURES
The big military celebration staged
in P.ismarck on S'nturday, Sept. 1, for
the soldiers at Fort Lincoln will be
shown on the screens of the Bismarck
and Orpheum theaters this evening
hv the Publicity Film company of this
city.
The pictures were shown this after­
noon at the Grand theater with the
soldiers as guests. They include many
of the best scenes of the big celebra­
tion, among them the reviewing of
the troops by Governor l.ynn J. FYa
zicr in front of the federal building.
No liner military pictures have ever
been shown here.
Don't fail to see yourself in the
movies tonight in the the military
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