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S- E4* lmM I j}s#w/t5? JT MiW y. rX J~_» Hf A Petit Nuptial Lucfceeu. "Oh, If uiyfrlends only knew how much would appreciate all their lovely Invitations afterward," sighted a much feted*l»rtde-to-be,ia8 die pre ^pared for her sixth function that week -—andonly ten days untllthe wedding! So, with this in mind, thoughtful hostess has prepared to entertain a much-sought young woman after the honeymoon.: It is to be an allr white affair, and dreamy in every. wdy. The centerpiece is to be a low cut glass •howl, containing bride roses.' Glass «audle sticks, with white shades white slippers at each place to hold -salted almonds, and the most be witching heart-shaped boxes tocon tain a new imported bon-bon that is delicious. These bon-bonsare made in pink, to resemble tiny shells, in red -And in white the latter resemble in form the tips, of asparagus.- They are "the thing" to serve instead of the peppermint cream parties which every -one has because there has seemed to T»e nothing else to take their place. •The menu is to be nearly all white, ^starting with cream of celery soup with bread sticks then creamed chicken -with mushrooms in heert \~Bhaped pastry shells new potatoes French fried, white cherry salad, the, .pits replaced with hazelnuts, served -on the white hearts of head lettuce, -a whipped cream mayonnaise dressing and saltines pineapple ice is to be thedessert, frosen In the form of wed -ding bells, and the place cards are to be in the same shape, with charming heads cut out and done in water col ors.* For each guest there is to be a miniature wedding cake, decorated with a spray of artificial orange blos soms. Of course, the bride will be .-.anxious to tell of the recent Journey, ^and there will be no other entertain ment scheme provided. A huge bow of tulle will decorate the chair to be occupied by the bride. W Some WeMlag Teastg. »i There are many requests for toasts ^suitable for-a, wedding breakfast or dinner. Those given here are all good -and may be given seated or standing, -as the occasion demands What shall I wish you* That you drink today A draft divine Of a longed-for Joy, T^\ Xdfe's choicest wine VS To the days of auld laitg syne. To the things you'll know no All your future ways. f-i May flowers deck your way, iiLMer ft merest to Women & more. May life's cloudless sunshine lighten All your coming days, .And contentment bless and brighten And friends hold close and fast. May thefuture be so bright, You may never think of the Blessings be about you, dear, r-af a past, wherever you may go. TIs a lucky- day, boy. Oh! lovely day, refuse to go Tang in the heavens forever so. .^he heart of her husband doth safely trust in her. We wear a face of Joy. i'f. Here are my good wishes, Love speed them on their ways, 'y UNEW if'« And trust that this will be to you nJThe happiest of weding days. A June Luncheon. v«^ Light green and white are the colors ,x ^'to be used at this dainty luncheon to i^kbe given this month. There are to be fzU, ^StartlingExpose of System of Graft Adopted by Peace Custodians of Metropoli8.Sf Special ta The Bvealag^rimea. New York City, June 29.—The most startling expose of the system of graft wWch the women of the tenderloin llplgg are„ subjected,, made. since the days T^^ol the Lexow investigation, has become \r public through a signed confession of Harry Morton, the young partolman 1 and exmember of the famous vice fa, t" squad, recently convicted and senten ced to a year in Sing Sing prison for .i.-A perjury in connection with the trial of 4^ Bertha Claiche, who killed her maBter, Emlle Oerdron MDM MoBey-" &!»'•' """According to Morton, the system in 1,10 tenderloin has been re- duced to a science. Policeman, plain clothes men, and "men higher up" all get the "dirt money,' 'as the graft is called, according to. Morton*, tech officer has from eight to twelve girls, who are "his," and who each week turn over to him the regular tariff, which is |5 a week. In return for this, eigth guests, an* Ideal number for a luncheon party.' The centerpieces is a cut glass bowlailed with Aalden -hair forte andglant mignonette, and candlesticks of glass with green shades. A large fern ball suspended over the table is an effective decora tion. The place cards are white, painted with water colors In a fern design, the lettering done with white Ink, which/looks like emboeBlng: Here' is an appetizing menu, which .is not difflctMt to prepare: A puree made of peat and spinach, served in cups with a spoonful of whipped cream on top minced, chicken baked in ramaklns (putting a sprig of parsley on the top before sending to the table), sweet bread salad in green sweet peppers, an ice-colored green with spinach juice, small cakes iced with green, creme de menthe and pistachio nuts in green and white holders forming the dessert. Iced coffee may be served on the porch if the day is warm, as it should be in June. A white apron with green ribbons much betrimmed with lace will be worn by the hostess, and green fans of Japanese manufacture will be the souvenirs, upon each of which the hostess is to write a quotation pertain ing to "June." I am quite sure that one of them will be Lowell's "And what is so rare as a day in June?" also "Then, if even come perfect days." Commencement Notes. Willie cribbed his bright oration. Marked the highest on the list Willie's ma was proud when some one Said he was a plagiarist. Jane.quite spoiled her lovely essay, Didn't seem" to read It right Careless. Jane had strained her vision ^Krhen she curled her hair too tight. "Aiming High" was Henry's subject, Hvery thought without alloy Uncle Jim has said he'd take Im In his store as errand boy. Susie told In lisping accents Night StfiXB*'* Some of Ms' was badly mangled ,1 "How the "jfiiKt" Brings Out the By the roar of the passing cars^/^i "Press On "was in Jim Thompsos's pa per, Rushed it through without a stop Jim Is going to help his father In the tatter's tailor shop. Annabel was reaVfaCetlous, Talked of "Marriage" quite a while Homeliest of all the seniors Everybody had to smile. Jim Green said he thbught commence ment Was a-gettln' rather tame Told him that his mind was failing Seemed to me about the same Vegetable Poetry. jp$ Potatoes came from fair Virginia |#'s Parsley was sent us from Sardina French beans, low growing on the earth To distant Indian trace their birth. But scarlet runners, gay and tali. That climb upon the garden wall— A cheerful sight to all around— In South Amrelca were found. The onion traveled here from Spain, The leak from Switzerland we gain Garlic from Sicily obtain, Spinach in far Syria grows. Two hundred years ago or more Brazil the artichoke sent o'er And Southern Europe's -eeacoast snore Beet-root on us betows. The South of Europe lays its claith To beans, but some from Egynt'came. The radishes, both thin and stout. Natives of China are, no doubt But turnips, carrots and sea kale. With celery, so crisp and pale, Are products of our fair land And cabbages—a goodly tribe Which abler pens might well describe, Are oUrs also, I understand. In League With Thieves.^ Morton declares that it is' well known to the police that many cf the girls are pickpockets, panel work ers, and thieves, but they are never arrested so long as they pay over the "dirt money" promptly. Morton declares that no man can continue on duty in the te&derloln and keep straight. ST. PAUL, MINN.—Biennial lest of the Eaengerbund, of the Northwest. Tickets on sale July 24, 25 and 86, good to return until July1 81, with extension features making final extension Aug. 16, 1906. Rate one fare plus 60c. «t» OMAHA. NEB.—B. *. P. of A. A^ nual meeting. Tickets on sale for trains arriving lii St. Paid, July 10 to 13 Ificlusive. good to return on trains leaving Omaha up to and In cluding July 18, 1906, with exten slon features making final return limit up to and Including Aug. 18, 1906. v'- LAST SALE bo/' jO^HE SEASON Ladies*, Misses' and ildreri Hatsr }£Wi$ "H*? •iWi-:'' not carry over any of ^ONE-HALF REGUtA^ SALE PRICE i( ftock to be gone by July 4dt '''Mi' 1 PHMI Man About Town runs across quite a number of 1-faced individ uals these warm days who stand up before the soda fountain counter and quaff sizzling .draughts of ginger ale, root beer or other harmless and very proper drinks tor the temperate, law-abiding citizen. A look of suppressed martyrdom is often-noticed upon the faces'of these Individuals and It is easy to discover the recently enrolled "water wagon" student from the individual who has no hankering for past associations with the thing that made Milwaukee famous, but on the contrary enjoys ginger ale and being called "a" piker." Now "a piker" may mean several things, but generally speaking, as the Man understands it, it applies to the peraon or persons who are quitters in anything undertaken, be it a race for the conquest of a ladles heart, leaving a social function too early or over-looking a night of bachanalian orgies where everyone^ stays the route and only "pikers" fall by the wayside or sneak away to bed. The man-on the water wagon, even if he Is a "piker", may congratulate himself theBe days, for the secrets of the manufacture of liquors from chem icals have been exposed, and he has also learned what he has escaped. The exposure has made' many tee totallers, and there Is said to be short age in the supply of blank'pledges. When a man goes into many saloons and asks for "Scotch" this, it is now known, is what he gets: Atiout nine and a half parts of the poorest alcohol made, three or four drops of "essence of Scotch whiBkey," supposed to con tain creosote, two drops of "bead" oil, a tiny amount of "cognac" and some coloring stuff made from coal tar. It would not take a large amount of any one of the ingredlent^ to^kill a mule. If he asks for Irish whtekey he gets the sanM mixture, without the "cog nac/* wjiile if he thinks he is buying Bome^ehoiee twelve-year-old whiskey, for Whteh he pays extra, this is what he pouiV out: Proof alcohol, which costs abCmt 8Q cents a gallon, a drop of a. d^miMl called whiskey oil, less tma^ligj^a djrpp of "bead" oil, about th^ afime amount of aging oil and three drops of "caramel" col cjiM with deadly coal tar dye. -Things are not always what they seem and while a rye high-ball or a schooner of beer has individual merits, there is ho particular reasons for the formation of an acquaintance with a glass of soda being made with a wry face and a sigh for—days that are not. He waB 1 the officer "looks after" these girls. "Looking after" a girl consists ,of granting her immunity, from arrgsfc seeing that she is protected from Ar rest by other qfficejrs. If she should he caught in a raid or picked up on the street b^ some officer who did n6t know her, the officer "taking cafe" of her sees that the case is "squared" in court That is, the officer who. made the arrest will "throw the case down" by suddenly developing a bad memory and admitting that he only arrested the girl on suspicion. Women who refuse' to purchase at the im munity counter are spotted and per secuted, being arrested every time they appear on the street, Until they are glad to pay. an ornery, bob'-tallld yellow dog, a cross between a bull and a inastiff. He frequented a certain news paper office because of the fact that his young master did likewise, but hlB visits were not,entlrely pleasant ones for a ceitaln nimber of the editorial staff dlBllkeaf^aMS and yellow ones ln partlcular.:^The ooy who owned him called hint Jack, the'newspaper man called him other names not all beginning with a "J" at that. One day the dog catcher happened in and made inquiry aB to the ownership of the yel low canine. Jack was not bearing the union label, at t£iy event he was not armed, with the certificate of a legal residence required by the law and it looked as If a speedy trip across the river Styx leading to the good dog's hereafter was due Jack. The boy was away, the newspaper man gleefully indifferent to ithe fate of his enemy and no one seemed to- care. But the dog catcher agreed to suspend sentence until the boy could have an opportunity to qualify for Jack. The Man had occasion to meet the little chap soon after and told him ,,of the uncertain status Jack occupied aB to longevity. The boy looked serious and Jack dolefully interested for from certain vigorous demonstrations he knew that he had been discussed (and cussed) that morning. Just now the Man looked out of the window and behold! Jack, resplendent in a brand' new collar bearing the proper tax label and his owner smiling the happy smile of a boy who has won his'point, just passed down the street, two perfectly happy individuals if ap pearances count. The newspaper man referred to scowls as we tell him of Jack's escape and The Man chuckles to himself. Good luck to Jack'jand his master. ./JV ThTDestination. Cynical—"Pa, what is an optimist?" "An optimist, my son, is a person' who believes he wUl actually see a will ofpersons." "Will he be president wheijrhe sees that time come, pa?" t. "No, my child he will be in an asylum"—Baltimore American time when the law will-be no cespector BABY'3 DAIM RIDE Maybe this- is the first spring that you have.had us«i for a baby carriage maybe you don't know that we have the handsomest line ln Q^nd. Forks. Latest improved, all pridfcs. By tattnt, the^babj* out for an hlrinj^every day. yon wUl save doctor tolls. -We tttrnlsh the means of locomotion, in the hand aomest fcnd most'convenient form, and at, the smallest expense. You will have reaeon to.feel proud «f our baby buggies or THE KVEM1N0 TIMI8. GRAND FORKS. V. BILL FOR S The Bill and Some of Its More Important Provisions and Regulations. V.' The national pure food bill now makes it a misdemeanor for any per son to manufacture, sell, or offer for sale, ady article of food, drug, medi cine or liquor, which is adulterated or misbranded, or which contains any poisonous or deleterious substance. It prescribes for each offense a fine not to. exceed $500, one years' impris onment, or both, and for each subse quent offense a fine of not less than $1,000 or one year's imprisonment. Sectton 2 prohibits the introduction into any state or territory or the Dis trict of Columbia, from any other state territory, district or any foreign coun try of the shipment to any foreign country, of any article adulterated or misbranded within the meaning of the act under penalty of a fine not to ex ceed $200 and one year's imprisonment for the first offense and $300 or one year's imprisonment for each subse quent offense. Concerning shipments to a foreign country, it Is provided that no article shall be deemed mis branded or adulterated when no sub stance is used in conflict with the laws of the foreign country for which it is intended. This clause, does not how ever, exempt any person from prosecu tion if the article Is for domestic use or consumption. Section 3 provides rules and regu lations for carrying out the act. Section 4 provides for examinations of specimens of foods and drugs injthe bureau of chemistry in the department of agriculture. Owners are to be giv en hearings and if it is found,that any provisions of the act have been viola ted the secretary of agriculture is to certify the fact to the proper United States attorney for action, and the ad verse judgment of the court is to be qubllshed. All United States attorneys are ob ligated under section 6 to conduct pro secutions without delany. Section 6 defines the terms drugs and foods, nad section 7 defines what articles shall be deemed adulterated The standards for drugs are those rec ognized in the United States pharma copla. Confectionery Is held adulterated if it contains any ingredient or color ing matter deleterious or detrimental to health. Foods arq held adulterated if containing any substance reducing of lowering or injuriously affecting its quality or strength, when any sub stance has been substituted wholly or in part for the article when any valuable constituent has been abstrac ted when mixed, colored, powdered coated or stained to conceal damage or inferiority, or when any poisonous or deleterious ingredients are added. The use of preservatives by external application is permitted when the dir ections for the removal of such pre servatives are printed on the covering •f the package. .Food products are declared adulterated if in the whole or in part of a filthy, decomposed or putrid animal or vegetable substance or of any portion of an animal unfit for food, whether manufactured or not, or if the product of a diseased animal or one that has died otherwise than by slaughter. The term "misbranded" applies to i-fi i,»-2 'Mi/dj "w- •!ft' .» ih \\iy $ Monarch and Har rison ft 'ft CARRIED IN STOCK Fourth of July fc/J.H. Lambe Wall: Paper & Mouldings You May Lose Money If you buy your fence pd«ts and telephone poles without getting oar prices. We solicit correspondence from ear-lot buyers everywhere, it will not cost yon anything to figure with as and It may Save Yon Honey Dost forget that we al rays havi wood on the cars and ean gtva ym prompt sorvloe when yoaneH a sar In a hurry. 6IBBS GRAIN ft FUEL 80. NM III BUNIFORIS, 11. food whose package or label bears any statement, design or device false or misleading, or if falsely branded as to place where manufactured ^r pro duced. Any article however, which does not contain any aded poisonous or deleterious ingredients shal not be when known under its distinctive name or if Compounds, lmltaions or blends are plainly indicated. The term, "blend" is construed to mean a mix ture of like substances and does not exclude harmless coloring or flavoring ingredients. Proprietors or manufac turers of proprietary goods which contain no added unwholesome, infh'e- -:v v-'V,-. ,• Rates One Fare for the Round Trip 7?**' Between all points in Wisconsin, Minnesota fe'f an^ ^°^fI D*kota. Any agent will furnish 1* yon details ofjhese very low holiday rates. I' *1 ckets on Sale July 3 and 4 lETUKN LIMIT JULY 6 a t" »/, Rallway^M D. HULREIN, Agent GRAND FOUS *5 The bill makes provisions for court procedure and for the confiscation of articles violative of the act, and sam ples of foods or drugs Imported are to be furnished the chemistry bureau by the treasury department, articles decided against to be exported within three months or destroyed. Pending decision imports may be delivered under a penal bond, for the amount of the full Invoice value. The act 1b to take effect January 1, next. Rev. B. H. 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Dls ease comes from SSluY know that we-therefore should be careful of what we eat and even more careful not to let it ac cumulate and decay where it will rlT* no end of pain and trouble. The tooth, its diseases, its care and Its replacing Is my profession. I am busy today and want to be tomorrow. Do not de lay until you are compelled to see the i^tSSBUES-Jkthe Bacon & Van Alstine Livery and Hack Stablef 0 fO IS N. FOURTH ST. TELEPHONE 131 Grand Forks, North Dakota tawt of DR. COUVRETT. Dentist Have you tried our OliUB SODAt Mo beverage ever In creaaed in popularity so rapidly. Our drinks are su Serlor to any used In »e State of North Dakota. Our PBBFBCTO KAJUr, non-lntoxt cating. Is known the state over and Is In demand summer and winter. All drinks guaranteed to comply with Pure Food Law. and GRAND FORKS. N. 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