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,WIU1« Europe's eye Is fixed on mighty
._ things, ..:•
t,The fate of empires and the tall of
of Unci,
While quacks of state must each pro
duce his plan..
And even children lisp the rights of
.Amid this mighty fuse just let me
The rights of woman merit some at
tention.' —Burns.
Miss Flopene Marlon Pace has been
'with us again this year. She spent the.
holiday* with her mother, Mrs. Pace,
on Sixth street It was a great disap
pointment to her many friends that
while here she would not appear
more in a musical and social way as
heretofore, but she came
-needed rest
a much
v"1 She now has full charge of the vo
5* vipnl department at Btbckford college,
.Rockford, Illinois, and takes great de
flight In her work. ,Her greatest pride
the Glee club of theoollege wjiich
her local admirers claim has nev
ef accomplished as good work before.
Pace still conUnuei her stud­
ies under Miss Leila Breed of Chicago,
*nd is preparing for high class con
cert work.
Dr. and Mrs. Ecknan spent the hoi
idays with, friends and relatives in
.One of the most interesting''eft the
many social events of the week at
Lakota was the informal reception
on Tuesday, at the home of F. P.
Boot, the occasion being, the fiftieth
anniversary of the marriage of Cap-,
tain and Mrs. Peter LaTdurette, fa
ther and ihother of Mrs. Root.
They kept open house all day. and
^evening and were a very imposing
looking couple as they stood receiv
ing their guests, being remarkably
well preserved both physically and
mentally—a grand old gentleman and
lady, of whom the whole state feels
Justly proud. The dining room was
very prettily decorated in red and
green.- All were served with refreshi
ment8, delicious and dainty.
The bride and groom were the re
cipients of many valuable gifts. The
event was a very happy and enjoyable
one and will long be remembered by
the guests.
Those present from out of /own
were Mrs. Hall of New York, sister
of the groom Mrs.. Dixon-and Mrs.
Merrifield of Grand Forks Mr. and
Mrs. Ten Eyck La Tourette of Peters
The La Tourettes are well known
In the state and the occasion was one
of congratulations from near and
Society in general will be pleased
to know the Robert H. Bosards have
decided to "remain-in Grand Forks in
stead of moving to the city as planned,
fifth young people were reared iu
wand Forks and are noted for their
Utafpitality. They could ill be loBt
7 JMr. and. Mrs. Robert McCoy enter
tained a delightful dinner party at
me Hotel Dacotah Chrlstmas evening.
?The table was decorated with cut
wwers and a large center piece in
-nttes of great beauty. The dinner
'4w*s served as much as possible in
hoime style 81*. MpCoy himself doing
Ike carving the--eaormous~turkey.
'The guests were Mr. and Mrs. William
.Fegan, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Nash, Mr.
and Mrs. F. P. Nash, Mr. and Mrs.
F. F. Bolton, Miss Beatrice Bolton,
Mrs. Chase, Mrs. Mix and Miss Alta
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Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gowran enter­
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tained Mr. and MM. Jeffrey LeBeau
ind Mr. and Mrs. Will Rand at dinner
Christmas day.
It was a great surprise to the
friends who are legion throughout the
state, of Dr. Cora Smith-Eaton, to learn
through the city press that she was
hieing sued for dlvorcd~and the cus
tody of their seven year old child by
her husband Robert A. Baton. The
charges are cruel and Inhuman treat
ment which would be hard indeed to
make any of her old North Dakota
friends believe possible. Dr. "Cora"
as she was familiarly known here,
was brought up in Grand Forks. Af
ter graduating Worn the North Dakota
university,. She took the medical
course ,at a prominent Boston school
and pr&ctlced as a physician here for
anomber ofyears. She was'very suc
cessful and left here to seek a larger
field in Minneapolis. Besides being
a woman physician of note she js a
brilliant elocutionist and a leader who
has made a name for herself through
out the United States in the woman's'
suffrage movement. Her friends feel*
and express greatly mpathy for her.
Morenas Rasmusson will shortly
move his family here from Gitttf.
They will be an addition socially. Miss
Minnie the eldest daughter, is a stu
dent at the university.
Word received latply from Mra. 3.
Sidle Lawrence, nee'Florence Bosard
reports her quite recovered from her
long serious illness. They have natmed
the little baby Alice. Her mother
Mrs. James H. Bosard who has spent
the last six weeks with her will leave
LAS Angeles, California, shortly for
Pasadena where she will visit awhile
with the Bookers and from there go
to Missoula, Montana to visit Captain
and Mrs. Charles Farnsworth before
returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Quistgard are the
proud possessors of a new pacer pur
chased nt West Hope,' North Dakota.
Mr." and Mrs. W. Roe entertained
a. family party at dinner on Wednes
day. The gueBts were Mr. Frank Car
nathan and family of this city, Mr.
•Roy Carnathan and family of Gran
vilie, brothers of Mrs. Roe and her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. WlUJam Carna
than. The occasion was a happy one
as it was the first time in years the
entire family had been together.
MISB Francis Pace came home ifor
the holidays and 1b with her friend,
Mrs. Kent on-Reeves avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hutchinson
spent a few days In the city this week
guests at the Dacotah.
Lawrence McCoy spenit Christmas
holidays with his parents Mr. and
Mrs. Robert,. McCoy. His friends were
gratified to learn he came home from
the Northwestern Military school at
Highland Park, Chicago, with the
Chldester' medal, won for the most
excellent work in a class of "ninety.
The recipient is allowed this honor
for six weeks.
A very pleasant family reunion wis
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N.
N. Fuller, at Larimore, North Dakota,
during'the past week, not one of those
belonging to the home fireside being
abSSnt.' "Mr. and' Mrs.George' Wright
and son of Crookston, Mr. and Mrs.
W. Emmett Fuller and daughter of
Grand Forks, Miss Anna Fuller of
Duluth and Jay Fuller of the state
university, were all gathered together
ChristmaB day.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clifford left Thurs­
day evening for Minneapolis, for a
short visit with the family of Fred
Clifford. From there they gc" south
and will spend the greater part, of the
winter in Nassua, Bahama islands.
Mrs. Clifford's health is such that her
physicians advised a milder climate
for the winter. It is hoped .she will
return in the spring greatly bene
The Pioneer club at Larimore was
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. N. N.
Fuller Friday evening.
Mrs. Adelbert D. Baughman of Min
neapolis will. be a welcome addition
to Grand Forks this winter especially
in literary and musical circles. She
is a cultured woman and an accom
plished musician.
At the home of the bride's brother
in-law, Mr. Couia Watson, in Bath
gate township, on Wednesday, Dec.
27th, at 12 m., occurred the wedding
of Mr. William Brown of Hampden,
N. D., and Miss May LorettarKirkby,
daughter of Major Kirkby, Rev. S. Van
Tassel officiating. The bride and groom
have kfiown each other from childhood,
having grown up together 'in the
.^ame community in this county. They
htojb many friends by whom they are
highly esteemed, and all join in
wishes to the happy couple for a
wedded life of unalloyed bliss.—
Cavalier Chronicle.
Mr. H. Bendeke entertained a small
party of friends Thursday evening, at
a musicale. Mies Florence Marion
Pace, the gifted young soprano now
of Rockford College, Rockford, Illi
nois, furnished the program, assisted
my Miss Marlon Titus as piano-ac
comp&nlst and Professor Shelfstad on
the violin. The evening was one of
unusual pleasure and great delight
•was evinced by all fortunate enough
to be present at the splendid musical
nombers rendered. Mrs. Pace and her
daughters assisted Mr. Bendeke as
hostesses. Light refreshments were
served. The guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Tracy BangB, Mrs. Miller, Miss Bessie
Bull. Miss Marion Green, Dr. J. JD.
Taylor, Mrs.'Van Cycle, Mr. and Mrs.
White, Mr. Ray Jackson, President
and Mrs. Merrifield, Mr. and Mrs. S.
S. Titus, Professor Sheffstad, Miss
Francis Pace.
Miss Jessie Lbrd is home with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lord at
Park River for tjie holidays. She is
a student at Knoxville, 111.
January 7 W. H. Mann and wife of
New Salem leave for a European trip.
They go to Hamburg and from there
to thie old home at. Leipsic. Before re
turning they will visit other German
cities. They will be accompanied as
far as Hamburg by Wm. Lanterman
and daughter of Mandan.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C.Leistekow of
Grafton are spending the holidays in
Winnepeg, Manitoba.
Married:—Cupid played a pleasant
game which Was ended last Thursday
at Spokane, Washington, with the mar
riage of Robert W. Loveil and
Miss Nora Bruyere who is well
known, being the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. T. C. Bruyere of Larimore,
North Dakota,'and has grown from a
child to womanhood in that vicinity.
Th«*groom is a well to do lqmbermah'^
in the west They will make their
future home at Milan, Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Quistgard enter
tained at dinner Christmas evening.
A full six-course dinner was served
in the hostess's inimitable style, for
she is noted for her housewifery and
short ^notice'arid in the highest degree of workmanship.
hospitality, and Mr. Quistgard is a
splendid host, sp the ocacBion was one
to be remembered by those present
The gueBts were Dr. Melby and Dr.
Bratrud of Warren, Minnesota, Mr.
and Mrs. Glenmacker and Dr. and
MrB. BateB of this city.
A pleasant toccasfyn at Buxton,
North Dakota, was that of Tuesday
evening when the Woman's League
presented the school with Da Forll's
"Angel of the Violin." Mrs. Gould at
the same time presented Miss Sav
age's room with Watts' "Sir Gala
had." Both pictures came from
BeardjS art galleries in Minneapolis
and are gems of art. An interesting
and Instructive program was rend
The Sunshine club of Park River
held the first meeting of the season
last week at the home of Mayor J. J.
Doughertyu Mrs. J. J. O'Brien of Graf
ton, who is visiting in the city, was
a gueBt of honor. On Wednesday, of
this week, the club was entertained
by Attorney and Mrs. Joel Myers."
Mr. Joseph Nelson and daughter
Miss Irene of Orr, North Dakota,
were in town, the latter part of the
week guests of Mr. Nelson's neice,
Mrs. Adalbert D. Baughman.
Mr. Earl Nelson of Orr, will leave
shortly for the Pacific coast where
he will visit some time.
At live o'clock on Wednesday after
noon, Dec. 20th, 1905, at Wapello,
Iowa, occurred the marriage of Mr.
David Kirk, cashier ,of the Bank of
Niagara, Niagara, N. D., to Miss Helen
Regina Ronald, the ceremony taking
place at the home of the bride's aunt,
Mrs. O. P. Smith, in that city.
Mrs. George Schiosser was at Fargo
to be present at a meeting of the W.
C. T. U. Mrs. Schiosser' was one of
the delegates from this state to the
national convention held a few weeks
ago at Los Angeles, California.
At Crookston on Friday Miss Love
Braley entertained at five o'clock din
ner. Covers were.laid for eight and
among the guests were Misses Clara
Wolf, Sarah Williams, and Ruth
COulter of Grand Forks who are
guests of Miss Dona Lycan.
Naomi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S.
J. Scluchter, and Alvln, son of Hon.
and Mrs. E. H. Restmayer, were mar-,
ried at the residence of the bride's
parentB by Rev. E. J. Bechtel on De
cember 20th. The married pair took
their honeymoon trip to Toronto and
other eastern cities, and will return
in the spring and reside on the form
of the groom near Cavalier.—Pembina
Mrs." Dr. W. H. Bates, leaves next
week to visit relatives
New York
city. She will remain until spring.
Invitations have been issued to the
wedding of Miss Hannah T. Nelson to
Mr. Carl Rosholt for Monday, Jan. 8th,
at the Lutheran Synod church, this
city. The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr, and Mrs. N. T. Nelson, the
groom a son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Rosholt, both families being promin
ent among the well known of May
ville township.—Mayville Tribune.
Xaf&yette (fow'den SSd Viola
S. Miller, two popular young people
of Larimore were married at the Bap
tist parsonage in this city Thursday
afternoon by Rev. Frank E. R. Miller.
They will reside in Larimore.
The Elks gave a "Little German
Party" in Elk's hall Friday evening.
Evening Times is prepared to do all classes of work on
material in all departments is new and modern in every
particiilar, and each department is in the hands of the most skilled workman
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that money could procure.^ We intend to please every patron by furnishing
him a little better grade of work than dn tie had elsewhere. Give us
a trial (Hdar. Call and see us. I:
About sixty couple were present
Hall's full orchestra furnished the
muBic for dancing. For refreshments
everything pertaining to a Dutch
lunch was served. Among the out of
town people present were twelve cou
ple from Larimore. The Elks an
nounced their intention of giving a
"Snowball Party" next in a fortnight
from now, when all guests, ladles and
gentlemen, will be expected to appear
In raiment of purest white.
Mrs. Thos. J. Baird and son Tom
came home from Springfield, 111.,
spend the holidays at Lakota with
Mr. Thos. J. Baird, senior.
Mr. Homer Resler, a young attor
ney and proprietor of the Stark
weather Times, was married Decem
ber 20 to Miss Adele C. Romstad at
the bride's home, by Rev. Andrews'.
of the Methodist church.
Mrs. George Else who wi!'. move
shortly to Mlnot will be greatly miss
ed by her friends, especially in W. C.
T. U. circles where she has takun a
prominent part.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burke had a
family reunion at their hofne for
Christmas, all their children being
present except Judge E. T. Burke, of
Valley City. Atty. J. E. Burjte, of
Velva, arrived from Fargo on Monday,
but had to eave for home that even
ing Prof. T. H. Burke is here from
Bowbells, where he is very creditably
filling the position of principal of
the city schools, and Misses Emma
and Viola are having their vacation
enjoyment of the gathering was mar
ed by the sickness of Miss Viola, who
is suffering from a severe attack of
quinsy.—Sheldon Progrss.
At Bcaty's door of glass.
Where Wealth and Wit once stood,
They asked her "Which might pass?*'
hhe answered, "He who could?'
With golden key Wealth thought to
,, -Pass, but, twould not do
While Wit a diamond brought which
cut his bright jvay through.
So here's to her who long hath waked
the poet's sign,
no girl who gave to song
hat gold can never buy.
On January At three-thirty in
the afternoon in the parlors of the
Dacotah will occur a quiet wedding
witnessed only by a few intimate re
latives and friends. The happy cou
ple will be Charles S. Taylor who
will wed Miss Evie Gould. Mr. Tay
lor Is the popular clerk in the ticket
offices of the Great Northern in this
city while Miss Gould is one of Grand
Forks most charming young women.
After an eastern trip to St. Paul, Chi
cage and Pittsburg, they will return
and be at home at 707 University
A wedding of unusual interest to
residents of Cavalier county was that
of Miss RhoJa Radford, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Radford of Still
well to Mr. Rasmus Larson. The
wedding occurred at the Radford
home at Stillwell where the bride was
born and where her father is a'pro
minent merchant and postmaster. Mr.
Larson, the groom, is a son of pro
minent Cavalier county people and a
young man of sterling worth.
The members of the Langdon "Dra
matic club" were entertained at a
dinner by Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Gardner
Saturday evening. Plans were made
to put on another pay in the near
Saturday afternoon a most notable
society function will take place in
itih- J*'
Langdon. The Langdon Women's club
will give a large reception in the li
brary rooms in the afternoon and
evening. Refreshments will be served.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Bosard and
children returned home from Minnea
polis Sunday morning where Mrs.
Bosard has been visiting three weeks
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Miller.
Mr. Bosard went down to spend
ChristmaB and return with his family.
Mrs. W. S. Lycan of Crookston will
spend three weeks with her mother
at Traverse City, Michigan.
One of the many pleasant Christmas
day features at Langdon, North Da
kota was the five o'clock dinner party
given by Mr. and MrB. J. B. Boyd, at
which Messrs. H. D. Parsons, J. Dan
ley and H. E. Burritt, three well
known local veterans of the civil war,
were the guests of honor. The event
was not planned as an elaborate so
ciety function, but everything possi
ble done that thought could suggest
to make the day one of enjoyment and
jollity to a trio of old veteranB who
well and worthily fought for their
country at a time when patriotism
was at a premium.
E. C. Carruth, formerly manager of
the Plaindealer here, passed through
yesterday enroute to Crookston to eat
New Year's dinner with W. E. McKen
zle. He will spend a couple of days
in the city before returning to Havre
Hon. and Mrs. George M. Young, of
Valley City are away on a two months'
visit at St. Charles, Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Doyan and
daughter, of Doyan, North Dakota,,
spent Christmas with Mrs. Doyan's
mother, Mrs. Mary Ashbrooke at Ken
tucky Farm, Larimore, North Dakota.
A happy Christmas day wedding at
Fargo was that of Miss Roberta E.
Van Horn, who was married to Mr.
Fred J. Pritchard B. S. Assistant to
Prof. Bolley in the department of bot
any and bacteriology at the Agricul
tural College. An unusual feature of
the wedding was the performing of
the ceremony by the bride's father.
Rev. W. L. Van Horn. Only members
of the' family were present.
The most brilliant social event of
the year in Grand Forks will be this
evening, when the annual ball of the
Pioneer Club takes place at the Com
mercial club rooms. Hall's full or
chestra furnishes the music. There
will be some magnificent new evening
gowns worn. A number of out of
town guests will be in attendance.
The Coterie club, of Fargo, gave
a splendid full dress party at Pirie's
Hall Wednesday evening. There as
sembled a large and brilliant company.
The occasion was practically the
opening of the social season.
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rusk, of Tenth
street, Fargo, entertained at a hand
somely appointed dinner Christmas
day. The guests of honor were Su
preme Foreman Koch, of the Yeoman
lodge, and William Newton, of Devils
With the exception of the dances
given, Grand Forks society has been
unusually dull during the holidays,
but we have notice of some quite elab
orate functions to be given between
now and Lent.. A reception, some
card parties and a big house warm
ing are on the list and there will also
be the usual number of small lunch
eons and afternoon parties.
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Why He Bajrs Cltnn.
Judge McLaughlin tells a story of a
German trlend who never mentioned
the Idea of returning to his nativ»
land. One evening while a number
of friends were whtllng the hours
away In the smoke clouds of fra
grant Havanas, the German was
pressed for an explanation as to why
he never visited the scenes of his
"Ach, Got in Himmel!" exclaimed
the German. And then followed the
explanation that he had deserted from
the German army and would be ar
rested should he ever set foot on Ger
man soil. It was then that the crowd
decided to play a trick on the Ger
man, and after a generous supply of
the liquid that has made Milwaukee
famous ,one of the number, who was
something of an actor, disguised him
self aB a German army officer and ar
rested the man as a deserter. The
friends offered to bribe the officer into
releasing the prisoner, and this was
finally and reluctantly granted upon
the condition that the German sign
an oath of allegiance without read
ing. This he did, and the paper, which
proved to be a scathing accusation of
the character of the man who had
fled the army, has been the cause of
the payment of many cigars.
King: out old Btiifes of foul disease,
Ring out the narrowing lust of gold
_.Kine out the thousand wars of
King in the thousand years of peace.
Ring °ut the slowly dying cause.
And ancient forms of party strife
,n the
You 11 And it costs you nothing and
it pleases her a lot,
For a woman likes a compliment—
and who of us do not?—
So tell her all the pleasant things
about her winning ways—
For there nothing gets a woman
like a little tit of praise.
When a fellow's made a failure, but
has done the best he can,
Tell him so.
Slap him kindly on the shoulder, say
'You've done your best, old
When you see a fellow striving in
a way that pleases you,
Tell him so.
If you think his work is worthy and
believe his purpose true,
,,, Let lifm know.
He will do it all the better for the
kindly word you said,
It will give him double courage for
j. .tl? task he has ahead,
And his heart will glow with thank
fulness ^through many, many
For there's nothing boosts a fellow
like a little bit of praise.
If your sweetheart, wife or mother
looks as pretty as can be.
Tell her so.
If she has a dress or bonnet fitting
most becomingly,
... Let her know.
Let him know
That a fight iB worth the fighting if
it's only on the square,
That he is'nt down forever, that he
still can do and dare
And the world will seem more glow
ing to his once discouraged
For there's nothing helps a fellow
like a little bit or praiBe.
Butcher, baker, lawyer, workman If
you think his work is good.
Tell him so.
If you want a man to savvy that his
toll is understood,
,, Let him know!
No one ever gained a penny by with
holding words that please,
Approbation is just as heart'ning
as a frosty autumn breeze.
To keep the spirits tingling and the
cheerful tones to raise
There's nothing any better than a
little bit of praise!
-Berton Braley.
modes of life,
with sweeter manners, nurer laws-
&' ar*
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