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Minnesota Glee and Mandolin club. Baptist church. G. A. R. and \V. R. C. joint install ation. Kntrles at K. P. hall. Irish-American. Opera House. Modern Brotherhood of America In stallation, Odd Fellow's hall. "I.ittio German" dance at !. 1 O. K. luli rooms. SATURDAY, JAN. 5. Elks at B. P. O. E. club rooms. MONDAY. JANUARY 7. Dr. Willett Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. at Opera House. Pvthian Sisters Installation at hall'. Iv. Royal Arch Masons, Masonic Tem ple. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 0. Informal danco at Masonic Temple. TIURSDAYTJANUARY 10. Royal Neighbors, Odd Fellow's hall. I'llion Commercial Oolleso danco at Commercial club rooms. FRIDAY, JANUARY 11. Irish-American club. Opera House. Modern Protective association at Normanden hall. Blue Lodge Masons, Masonic Tem ple. Pioneer Informal. Commercial Club rooms. SATURDAY, JANUARY 12. Elks' at B. P. O. E. club rooms. MONDAY, JANUARY 14. Pvthian Sisters at K. P. hall. I. O. O. F. at Oddfellow's hall. Knights Templar. Masonic Temple. Fortnightly Club, at Public Library. TUESDAY, JANUARY 15. Ladles' Auxiliary, O. R. C.. afternoon. Acacia Chapter, O. E. S„ Masonic Temple. Yeomen Lodge, Oddfellow's hall. THURSDAY, JANUARY. 17. Ladies' Auxiliary, R. M. clerks, after noon. M. W. A. at Oddfellow's hall. Scottish Rite Masons. Masonic Tem ple. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18. Irish American Club. Opera House. Eagles Aerie, K. P. hall. M. B. A. Oddfellow's hall. SATURDAY, JANUARY 1». B. P. O. E., at Elk's hall. [Xote.]—All lodges and societies are Invited to send notices to this column. A11 meetings are nights, unless other wise specified. Love is the quality that appreciates values—Dr. Rainsford. Mrs. A. S. Elford and children have returned to St. Paul after a short visit over New Years with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Canniff. There will be a number of out-of town guests at the social function to be given this evening in honor of Miss Mary Murphy, among them Misses Julia Grace and H. Hall of Grafton and Miss Laura Reynolds of Rugby. Miss Anna Ravinovitch of this city has returned to her home after a visit with her aunt, Mrs. Matt Siegel at Fargo. She was accompanied here by Miss Pearl Siegel, who will be her guest for a short time. On account of the accident near Havre, Mont., which befell the mail clerlss, C. C. Ladd and Harold Lamm ing who both reside in this city, the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Railway Mail Clerk's association will have no meet ing this afternoon. Miss Donna Lycan of Bemidji and formerly of this city, is entertaining a house party at her home there. Miss Sara Williams, Miss Birdie Wolff and Miss Louise Beare comprise the party. Miss Margaret Sullivan has returned from a New Year's visit to Miss Mar garet McKinnon at Crookston. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harm of East Grand Porks are entertaining their niece Miss Lulu Weber of Crookston. Mr. John Altman of St. Paul is a guest at the home of his uncle, Mr. J. M. Cooper. Mrs. A. G. Burr and children of Botti neau has postponed her southern trip until the beginning of February when she will join her mother Mrs. E. C. Carruthers who is now at Washing ton, D. C. and together they will travel to Orlando, Fla., remaining there for the remainder of the winter. Mrs. Bannerman, who has been visiting Mrs. James Black of this city, leaves today for her home at Winni peg. Mrs. Nettie Stinson returned last night from a visit to her brother at York, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brekke enter tained about thirty of their friends on Tuesday evening at their home on Chestnut street. A fine musical pro gram was given. Miss Zella Shepherd is entertaining her cousin Miss Mary Cowan of St. Thomas. A dinner party was given New Year's day by Mr. and Mrs. J. P. King. Rev. and Mrs. F. E. R. Miller were the guests of honor. Mrs. James Dinnie and daughter Vivian have returned from Milwau kee. This evening Mrs. Peter Randall ac companied by her soir and daughter will leave for Los Angeles for a so journ of a few weeks for he benefit of her daughter Pearl's health. This is the wedding day of Mr. Reginald Smith to Miss Eve Turner of Portal, daughter of the customs house officer of that place. Miss Eve is a very popular and petite young lady and Mr. Smith is to be congratu lated. Mr. Smith has grown up from childhood in this city and- is a young man of sterling character and is held BOTH PHONES S4. 1 COMING EVENTS TOXIGHT. Modern Woodmen at Odd ellow ^Ladies' Auxiliary. R. M. eleiks, afternoon. FRIDAY, JANUARY 4. P. TUESDAY. JANUARY 8. Lady Elks, B. P. O. E. rooms, after noon. ,, Rebekalis at Odd Fellows hall. in high esteem by Grand Forks resl dents. Their friends here olfer best wishes for their future happiness. The Young Men's club of Minot held a reception from 2 to 6 p. ni. on New Year's day at their club rooms in the basement of the new Vincent M. E. church. A program was rendered and a good time enjoyed. Mrs. H. L. Wliithed entertained in formally at a luncheon yesterday. Covers were laid for twelve. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jackson re ceived with old-time hospitality on New Year's Day from 4 to 7 p. m. A large number of friends both ladies and gentlemen availed themselves of the privilege and paid their respects to this popular couple. Mrs. Fred Parsons who has been quite ill a week or ten days is now recovering and her friends hope to see her entirely well soon. Mrs. George Black and daughter Louise spent New Year's day with Mr. Black at Larimore. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Parker enter tained at a family dinner on New Year's day at their residence on Eu clid avenue. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Smith and family and the Misses Florence Gallup and Mary Parsons comprised the party. Covers were laid for eleven. The Grand Army of the Republic and Women's Relief Corps of this city will jointly install their officers tomorrow night at Odd Fellow's hall. As is the usual custom of former oc casions there will be a short pro gram, followed by a dance, after which an oyster supper will be partaken of. These gatherings have an interest of a special nature as the years roll on, because of the thinning of the rank» many of the old soldiers going each year to the great beyond. Those left behind enjoy these social reunions and are happy in the knowledge of having done their duty on behalf of their country. Company of Fargo are making ar rangements to give a grand military ball there early in February. It will be a social event of importance and every effort will be made to make it a brilliant affair. The governor and his staff and all the military officers of the state will receive invitations. There have been several theatre parties enjoyed by the young people of the city during the week. Of Interest to Women It's a fortunate thing for many law yers that the fool killer is so far be hind in his work. Nothing seems to succeed like the success of the woman who knows what she wants and goes after it. About the only difference between accepting a position and securing a job is the matter of remuneration. Some things may come to those who wait, but the best things come to those who are so busy hustling that they have no time to wait. Queen Alexandra is the first English queen to appear at a chapter of the Order of the Garter as lady of the garter since the time of Henry VII., when Elizabeth of York was lady of the garter. If you wish to possess bright eves be animated and cheerful. An excellent health rule for bright eyes and a clear skin is to take the juice of a lemon in a glass of water with a dash of salt added every morning before breakfast. This acts directly on the liver, which has more to do with good looks than people imagine. An offer of $624,000 for a vacant piece of ground in Fifth avenue, New York, has been refused by its owner, Miss Josephine Wendel, an elderly lady who is related to the Astors. The reason given is that the spot at present serves as a playground for her pet dog Trixie, and if it were sold the dog would have no open space where it could take exercise. The question of title is one of the most delicate in Germany, a fact of which the stranger is constantly re minded in intercourse with the people, particularly with the women. Frau Professor, Frau Director, Frau Doctor are most particular about their hus bands' titles being attached to their own names, but when it comes to mil itary circles it is different, and both men and women protest vigorously against this sharing of titles. Lieut enant Von-B objects to having his wife addressed as Frau Lieutenant, which belongs as well to the wife of Lieutenant Schmidt or Haff or a less aristocratic regiment. A keen student of the occult Queen Maud of Norway for years has kept a crystal ball, and it is said that long before she had ever dreamed of being a sovereign's consort she saw herself crowned in the mystic crystal. Owing to this manifestation (which at the time she regarded as nonsense) she gave up for nearly two years crystal gazing. When Prince Charles of Den mark was ottered the throne of Norway what she had seen came back on her with almost a shock. As a girl palm istry fascinated her, and she studiea it most thoroughly. It is declared that when the czar and czarina were visit ing Queen Victoria some years ago Princess Maud foretold to both of them much of the trouble through which they have 'been passing. The campaign against feathers in women's hats has reached France. The most humanitarian of women naturally have been a trifle doubtful of the suc cess of the movement, in spite of the fact that everything in regard to fe male fashion still follows the lead of Paris. But now Paris has taken up the matter in which London, New York, Berlin and Amsterdam already have moved, and a league now exists the object of which is to combat the slaughter of young birds for feminine adornment. The idea of the league Is not to trouble the legislature or the authorities, but to endeavor to influ ence public opinion, and first of all to interest the modiste in the movement. One point gained is that all who have heard about the matter seem to be surprised that hats can be made so attractive without birds feathers. IS AFTER OBJECTS SCULP Grassick Would Becomc Secretary of State Board of Health and Makes an Active Campaign. Walhalla Mountaineer: It is said that Governor- Elect BBurke is being hourly petitioned and importuned for the appointment of this or that man to some position. We can believe it, for the long wait since the last demo cratic feeding has been one to make the real politicians of the party very hungry: It is also certain that one Dr. J. Grassick of Grand Forks, is los ing no time in making application for Dr. Healey's place, superintendent of the state board of health, nor is he leaving any influence that he can bring, to bear on the success of his endeavor. Dr. Grassick is sending cir culars to all of the physicians in the state announcing his "wants" and en closing a blank endorsement of him self, addressed to Hon. John Burke, all ready for the physician applied to simply sign and return to him—ad ding that the same indorsement cop ied on a letterhead of the physician would be more aceptable as carrying more weight with him. We notice it simply to illustrate that the position of the governor-elect must be a very harrassing one just at present. We would like to say, in this connection, however, that Dr. Healey has been one of the best and most painstaking ofliclals in the state. has not used his office for political purposes, has not paid any debts in its manipulation, in fact has left politics alone and attended strictly to his duties. He is liked by every man in the state who has had anything to do with him—except those whom he has made obey the law—and that the state health has been preserved and law maintained without prejudice or partiality. We had hoped to see the doctor remain in his position—but evidently Dr. Grassick has Inside in formation or he would hardly be mak ing the effort he is. NSSOCIJITION SUCCESSFUL Bankers Organization Efforts to Lo cate Hen Who Secured Money Under False Pretenses End Favorably. Victor G. Poirier of Gladstone, Minn., was arrested at Fargo by Dep uty Sheriff Bingham and was taken to Ellendale, where he is wanted on a charge of obtaning money under false pretenses from the bank in that place. The warrant was preferred against Poirier by the North Dakota State Bankers' association, it being alleged that he defrauded the bank at Ellen dale out of considerable money some time ago. Poirier was released from the coun ty jail at Moorhead and upon securing his release he came to Fargo only to be promptly arrested by the author* ties who had been waiting for their man during the entire afternoon and evening. Last November W. C. Macfadden was notified that Poirier had passed a number of bogus checks for small amounts on banks in Dickey county. He promptly mailed a number of post al cards to the members of the asso ciation throughout the state warning them against the man and requesting them to be on the lookout for him and have him apprehended if possible. One of these notices was published in a Minneapolis paper Chief of Po lice Malvey of Moornead noted it and clipping it placed it on file for future reference. Sunday he found a man answering to the description and promptly placed him under arrest, lat er notifying Mr. Macfadden. Poirier is a man about 25 years old and has lived for some time in the vicinity of Ellendale. His parents are said to reside at Pipestone, Minn. It is possible for a man to avoid at tending his own wedding, but he can't get out of enacting the star role at his own funeral. I As Good as the Best None Better is what one customer said the work that is turned out by the Model Steam Laun dry. Bring us your bun dle or phone us and it will be done to Please YOU Model [STEAK LAUNDIY 18-20 N.Fcmrtb SI. Both Phones 179 THE EVENING TIMES, GRAND FORKS, N. D. IRVING B. DUDLEY, AMBASSADOR TO BRAZIL Irving Bedell Dudley, minister to Pern sure 1S!I7. II.IS been raised to the dignity of ambassador and assigned to the i-.publie of lirnzil by President Roosevelt. Mr. Dudley became minister In rem :it the :ig« of thirty-six. He Is an Ohioan by birth, was educated nt Wtisiimsisin :nnl is :i Califm-ninn by adoption. Prior to entering the diplomatic si-rvilie |i.:n iieed law at Sau Diego, Cal., where be was a city judge .-mil ivms pi -i.t in state politics. A couple of New Sal emites whittled each other up. Several dogs and a horse were poisoned at Egeland. The Napoleon Homestead announced that two poems and a creamery con tribution were crowded out last week. An old maid wrote to Editor Loves rum of the Adams Enterprise and said she thought the first syllable of his name was very pretty. The Glen Ullin News nominates W. C. Gilbreath, the present commissioner of agriculture and labor, for governor AFTER INVOICING SPECIAL PRICES. two years hence. Thus is the mighty Mike shorn of his prerogatives. Mrs. Mackersi of Leeds was stand ing on a table tearing off paper from the ceiling when the table tipped and threw her on some fijrniture with the result that she broke three ribs. John A. Johnson, living some ten or twelve mlleB seat of Glenburn, drove to that town last Thursday to get some coal. The day being very stormy, he decided to stay over until morning, and left his load of coal outside near the Coburn livery stable. The next morning, when he was about to start home, he discovered that all of his coal was gone. Some weekB ago William Julian struck a flowing well on his farm south of Velva. Since that time the 700 rolls paper, regular 1 Oc to 15c, during sale, 7 double roll. 428 rolls paper, regular 20c to 25c, during sale, 12c double roll. 1000 rolls paper, regular 25c, during sale, 1 5c double roll. Fabriconia Burlaps, in short lengths, 30c per yd. Oak and pine plate rail, regular price 10c to 1 5c, during sale 7c to 9c. Photo rail, regular 7 to 10c, during sale 5c. Room mouldings, all colors, from -3c to 8c, now 2c to 5c. Lion brand floor paint, all shades, $1.10 gallon. We carry a full line of S. C. Johnson & Sons floor preparations and during this sale wi sell 3 pounds of floor wax for $1.20. 15 pound weighted brushes $1.79. A number one floor varnish for $ 1.90. SIGNS SIGNS SIGNS CANNIFF COMFNY Both Phones 149 flow has grown stronger and the volume of water is considerably more than at any other time. Mr. Julian quite naturally feels proud of his sup ply, which is far greater than he can put to use. The water is of excellent quality, soft as spring water and as pure and sparkling a beverage as na ture ever provided and most agree able to the taste. Mr. Julian is to be congratulated upon his good fortune in possessing the only flowing well in McHenry county. Show us a man who thinks he knows it alF^and we will show you the per sonification of ignorance. GEIST'S FAMOUS THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1906. CANDIES ICE CREAM AND Black was first used for mourning in 1498 when Charles VIII. of Prance died. His widow, it is said, objected to the white mourning customary at that time as not sufficiently sugges tive of the depth of her grief. So she dressed herself all in ulack, and drap ed her coat of arms in the same somber color, thus setting the fash ion, which has been followed ever since. It's as easy to annoy grown folks as 11 is difficult to amuse a baby. The worst thing about a bore is that it's almost impossible to insult him. BAKED GOODS delivered anywhere at any lime. Both Phones 60-L Don't forget a 50c Brick of Geist's Famous Ice Cream for New Years Dinner. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL ARTICLES OF VALUE H. ZISKIN 113 DeMers Ave GRAND FORKS Both Phones 788.M In addition we carry New and Second Band Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Musical Instruments, Clothing, Gents' Furnishings and Shoes. Our prices are the very lowest.