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ftt'liot a lady stopped from No,
hurri'-fl un to me. inquiring:
•••I,, you live here?'
October (Many Attend Social-
Month of a thousand falling leaves—
Tinted by Nature's master skill—
Long have I gazed across the hill.
Craving the joys my heart receives
When you have come to be with me.
Season of woodland gayety.
Month of a thousand mystic dreams—
Tinged by the leaves of red and
gold—
Whiit is the inasiic spell you hold'?
lp the charm less than what it seemr?
Ah. 'tis a secret passings strange—
We iro so fickle-fond of change!
—Roseoe Gilmore Stott.
I copied the telegram onto a blank. I
toward me."
Ssocial Gatliprincs Today.
This evenine the Knights of Colum
bus will give the second of their win
ter series -f dances and the pleasure
will be an informal at the club rooms
ln the Metropolitan block. The usual
orchestra program has been arranged
for half an hour beginning at 8:30
o'clock and during that time guests
will fill out their dance programs.
Lunch will be served in the dining
room at 11 o'clock and the dance win
continue until 12:30 o'clock.
The Toung Girls' Sodality of St.
Michael's church will give a Hal
lowe'en party for its members in the
church basement this evening from
7:30 until 10 o'clock. Grinning jack
o' lanterns will he everywhere and
all the mysterious Hallowe'en stunts
known will be put on. Refreshments
will be served and the committee in
charge is Misses Viola Bristol, Mal
vina Lemm. Irene Treacy, Aletha
Bird, Irene Vallely and Anna Mc
Mahon.
The Woman's Guild and Missionary
society of the Congregational church
meets in the church parlors for the
regular meeting this afternoon with
Mrs. J. C. Batten and Mrs. Thomas
Berge as hostesses.
7t
eating contest. The bovs who put on
the minstrel program were Bert Pres
cott, interlocutor. Cleary Monley and
Ben Hall end men. Angus McDonald.
George Read. Ed Lane, Dan McKenzle,
Fraijk LaBine, John Hogan and
Ernest Rorke at the piano. The even
ing's hostesses were Mrs. A. L. Larson.
Mrs. J. E. Nuss, Mrs. B. H. Courtney,
Mrs. J. P. Curran. Mrs. H. J. Bliven,
Mrs. Albert Olson, Mrs B. Dreeland
Mrs. E. J. O'Keefe. 'Mrs. X. p. St
ECZEMA
.%IMO Cnlltd Tetter, Salt Rhrom, Prorl
iu«, Milk-Crui«t. Wevplng Skin, etc.
ECKISM.t CAX BR CURED TO STAY,
Kaferencet: Third National Bank. Be
dalla. Mo.
Could you do a better, act than send
this notice to some poor sugerer of
vioaanaT''...
"While I was talking with an ac- jpre-nuptial honor to Miss Mayme De- ??,
fiLiiintiiin this morning at the_N. P. 1 Camp who weds nest month. Twenty
and
g|ris
ered
sd-5ie.tv t*l1e
close of the meeting.
•It
Party Was a Success.
A large crowd turned out Tuesday
evening to attend the October ii«rt
given in the church auditorium by the
p.
ahour
Certainly.' answered as I recog- "rt^f il.„ 5
Autumn
elor'
much merriment also and refresh
ments were served in the dining room.
The ladies in charge of the party
had the auditorium appropriately dec
orated for the season of Hallowe'en.
using black and yellow crepe paper to
twine the pillars and arches and scores
"f grinning pumpkin jack o'lanterns
to light the dnrk corners and complete
the mystic atmosphere. Following the
program the guests repaired to the
dining room where delicious oyster Dinner Enjoyable Affair.
stew, crackers, pumpkin pie and cof- When leaving this city last evenlnc
fee were served by the ladles. ifor siouv riiv tn®. ening
Tn the guessing contests Leo speaks tonight' Miss Jane Add/™.
Srhmitz was rewarded with a box of! cnoke
candy in the chance board game, his tainment u/ uu .€ ST"
mother, Mrs. A. Schmitz won a box of I eltv b- the officers of th
apples for guessing the number of women eluh ?nS ?tes 'T
seeds in a pumpkin and Maurice Bllv.
en took the football in the boys* apple '?#•},
8
Lawrence, Mrs. Frank Bates. Mrs. A. (station and enjoyed four courses of
Mrs. George Koenig. Mrs. J. B. Healy I auditorium, where Miss Addams ad-|but
and Miss Ann* Carroll. dressed an immense audience for an ithe
lrivnto^M or
In the Gay Social Whirl
Month of a thousand falling leaves— More than 100 women attended the Carroll, Mrs. Richard Heyward and
Petulant winds that will not rest—| open social meeting of the Crlttenton Mrs .W. A. Crary. Yellow, the suf
Yours are the days I love the best. Circle held yesterday afternoon at the frage color, prevailed in the decora
When they are come my spirit finds
Freedom to lose Itself in space.
Yearning the winds to keep apace.
Takes New Position.
M!ss Florence Jones, who has been ,Cook.
with the Meteantile Credit company The afternoon was completed with Bethels Al«1 Meeting.
for some iime. has resigned her po-
a
s'tlon with that tirvn and taken a {hostesses being Mrs. II. G. Woutat church will meet in the "church par
place in the office? of the Observer janci Mrs. F. F. Stokes. lor Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Printing company. $hsvs,—• Refreshments will be served by Mrs.
,'B. V. P. I". Party Thursday. E H. Gunhus and all women of the
Wcililol This Morning. The B. V. P.
V.
Miss Ella Louise Tinoit 5id Selmar nual Hallowe'en Party in the parlors
Santo, both young people of Hatton. 1 of the First Baptist church Thursday Me?t at Mrs. O'Xeale's Home.
were married at 11 o'clock this morn-j evening at S o'clock and all young The two ladies from each
ins the residence of Rev. A. J. Hal- people of thai congregation and their of the Methodist Ladies' Aid societyIn
teiig or. Belmont avenue. The couple friends are cordially invited. The charge of the Christmas sale and sup
v. eiv attended by Miss Alpha Pinolt. I committee in charge will have all the per, the chairman of each department
a sister of the bride, ar.d Carl Tine, necessary decorations for a spooky at- and the presidents are requested to
also of Hatton. jmosPhere and all the Hallowe'en meet at 0 o'clock Thursday afternoon
—s-j*s~-— pranks, old and new. will be included at the home of Mrs. J. M. O'Nt-ale, 16a
Has Jane Addams' Autograph. in the lively Program. Refreshments Uceves avenue for business.
Fargo Courier News: Paul Thomas, ,will be served and a good time is'
a Fargo college student is rejoicing promised to al*. j\%edded Here Today.
over tho fact that he has secured the —Hegland of Gloten and
autograph of Jane Addams. the noted IHcnimed Towels for Bride. :Bjorn Olson of Reynolds were married
settlement worker who spoke here last Mrs. W. V. Panovitz and her sister-' today noon at the residence of Rev. A.
flight, when she passed through Fargo in-law. Miss Elizabeth Panovitz. gave Hultong on Belmont avenue, the
en ro\:i to Jamestown. Mr. Thomas'j a pretty function this afternoon at ceremony being performed by Rev.
story follows: 'Mrs. Panovitz's Belmont home as a
o'clock These recitals wU? be Vh-er
twice
a
month thJ
c,
(hour and half and after the lecture
returned to the hotel and completed
the feast.
and when I say cured, 1 mean Just Votes for Women club have ever «n-
show you that I know what I am talk
ing about. If you will write me TO-1 M'88 Addams stated that she had
r»AY. I will send you a FREES TRIALthoroughly enjoyed her 'first cam
°l '"y jn,w soothing, guaranteed euro paign tour but Is looking forward to
that will ^convince you more In a day its end which will be the night before
than I or anyone else could in a
1
During the dinner service Miss Ad-
dams conversed freely on her work
at Hull House and on the suffrage
animation
and handling ln the meantime a quar-1 |*ress. The suffrage movement, too. ithanks bvMrs McVlcker Mrs Me
ter of a million cases of this dreadful °?e
,n
disease. Now I do not care what all W interested and her personal ob-'the week with her husband
have fold-Uyou' that ^yriu
cured—ail a»k is Just a chance to I °ver the universe granted wjshes of the club members go with
election
15
discouraged, I dare you to give me a
chance to prove my claims. By writ
ing me today you will enjoy more real
comfort than. you had ever thought
this world holds for you. Just try it
and you will see I am telling you the
truth.
Br. J. C. Ctr.nafey, 171 Karic Sjttm
in
month's time. If you are disgusted and fi?Ji Kansas City, Mo. Her
... ..
tour has covered the states Of Okla
homa, Kansas. Nebraska. Minnesota.
North Dakota. South Dakota, Iowa
and Colorado.
The dinner was ah elegantly ap
pointed repast of six courses and cov
ers were placed for fourteen ladies,
the company including Miss Addams.
Mrs. F. H. Wilder of Fargo, Mrs. P.
O. Thorson. Mrs. Alice Nelson Page,
Dr. Mae Sanders. Miss Mary McCum
ber. Miss Bertha Ferguson. Mrs.
Charles Bartles. Mrr., J. E. Stevens,
Mrs. J. M.. dillettfe, Mrs. Jamts Col-
home of Mrs. M. G. Olson on Reeves tions with a basket of lovely chry
avenue and though the guests were santhemunis for a centerpiece and the'
disappointed in not meeting Miss Jane Place cards were adorned with the
Addams, the lateness of her train Jane Addams monogram.
making it impossible for her to fill
that engagement, they were given a Book and Thimble Club.
most excellent program and enjoyable This week's meeting of the Rebekah
social time. Book and Thimble club will be held
Mrs. Charles A. Greenleaf prepar- tomorrow evening at the home of Mrs.
ed the company for Miss Addams M. H. Redic.k on South Third street
coming by giving a most interesting and all members are cordially invited
and complete review of one of Jane to be present.
Add.ims' best works. "A New Con-'
science and An Old Evil." Mrs. Har- Postponed Club Meeting.
jry Gaverc gave the company a splon- Owing tQ the address of Miss Jane
1 did insight into the doings of the Addams last evening the Tuesday
"Big Sister Movement in New Tork" club members postponed their sched
iby reading a comprehensive paper on uled meeting in order to hear her.
!th»- subject and other Pleasing num- The club will meet this evening and
ibers were a reading by Miss Nolti- Mrs. L. XV. Deichert will be hostess
jmier and a solo by Mrs. Homer M. at her home on Walnut street.
m—
ee. I replies. ieariv tn hum dainty. .....1. marriage ot Misb Tilue Anderson,
•Will you send this for me?' she i®or'the bride When this Prettv Task 3aUghter
asked, and placed a telegram and a ,n!_^7a*d derson. and Simon Mahoney of the
SO cm pl*4 into my hand. ,he !ame
rized it was Miss Addams. iti, I bcmer social attention The wedding will
"Sh. read over the telegram and 2.
Mr|-
9:
numbers by Miss Clara Wolff and pi-1Neuman Lumber company,
ano selections by Mrs. W. C. Budge,
The guests from out of town were Dancing Party.
Mrs. Leo Hanigan of Denver. Colo.. I Misses Margaret and Jean McDonald
who is Mrs. F. H. Koch's guest and entertained last evening with a leap
Miss Mabel Richmond of Havre. ?e?,r dancing party, the invited young
Mont., who is visiting Miss DeCamp
until after the wedding. Iv
advanced students at Wesley colleire Par^ ^as at thts
conservatorv will be opened tomor-1I^nfi ,rlu '10use and the dec
row even ins the fir.t tSnmm *.1 orations carried out the spirit of Hal
glven at Co'rwin music haft It
Jn
ave
M,"
Ladies' Altar society of St. Michael's ^rhdra Idson.
church and as a result the treasury Brown Prompt
of that society has been swelled by
eaie,Jt^
neat sum. The affair was in the na- £,.1yEfcjl'sn'i
ture of a Hallowe'en, festivity and the Blooming
feature was a minstrel program by a
group of local young men. The boys
tbe
pupils and Miss
even,nS!
and at Corwin hall at clock, while the evening were Misses Edith Ward
the intervening weeks will be given well, Ethel Halcrow. Alice Johns, Em
over to studio recitals. Prof. Row- ma Wentz. Alice Onnland. Rose An
Hi4WA..
u,u0.
Oil 6 11 1T* A O a1 jS »W *. J1 it* a
Sonata ip. 26 Beethoven .' Russell Davies. Francis Templeton.
Miss Helen Holmes. Theodore Valaries. Victor Rasmussen,
Chopin from "Magic Lantern Henry Melby. Jesse Tuttle. Qeorge
§£*!$• xW Y*
'ins, Mr#. O. T. Riahoff, Mm. J. M.
delicious refreshment service, the The Ladies' Aid society of Bethels
will give its an- church will be welcome.
Ht,'teng.
the Panovitz residence at an aVria£ "of Mi« T.fi./P E££S1S?
rosef
hurried back on to the train just as ja luncheon was served of the bride's parents.
it ptjlled out.
Pan°vitz
B' Bur!?e,^s- Mrs- H-
so that I now have the original signa- jand Miss Lou Hall assisting the hos-jwhen Miss Grace Edna Henry, daugh
ture of Miss Addams. ,tesses with the serving. The service• ter of Mr. and Mrs. David Henrv of
1 believe it was my Bull Moose'stsit»!e had a bowl of lovely pink roses!that city, became the bride of Harri
pin that attracted her attention f°r a centerpiece and the delicate col-^s°n Elroy West of Valley City. Rev.
or scheme was further carried out' J- K. Kirker performed the ceremony
with a gorgeous bow of pink ribbon
«.
Miss Jessie Grassiiic. i.
Mrs'.?
the grooms
James Riley nephew
Miss Ruth Noltimier. ...
Prelude, Sham Minor
Sharp Minor
i.
MiFS 1la
Hachma'nin'fjs* rPrP
Miss LilJian Paulson™
to
that
w'°, remembered one
apP'est
c^'ents of her firr
campaign tour. The club' offirtr
gavi a dinner at the Dacotah for 's'
Addams and though the delayed trai-:
was at first a disappointment because
the dinner hour was set for 5
famous Philanthropist. The ladles
went direct to the hotel from the
V. Hunstlger. Mrs. J. H. Mclnerney,! the delicious dinner, then went to the '8
,n a
8'
district
1
The couple were unatended
,eav*'
inn"'
™is evening for Big Woods.
whort
friends of the honoree were fa
ivored with Invitations and they gath
.».« „_! At Devils Lake the approaching
they will reside.
and
Mr* Andrew An-
ci,y has bMn male and
fierf°,n
18
Miss An.
receiving much pre-nuptlal
Here: take place November 6 at the home
Pouring and A pretty wedding was solemnized
Snell Tuesday morning at New Rockford
ln
and tiny green baskets filled with rose relatives including many from away
blossoms. and a prettily appointed wedding
Following the refreshment service luncheon was served. The young
a musicale was the pleasure and the, le will be at home at Valley City
program was a delightful treat of vo-
cal solos by Mrs. Edgar Wells, violin I !?-as
the presence of a large gathering of
er
•Vovember 15 where the groom
a
Potion with the Carpenter and
8
beinS
en
nook and
privileged to entertain
gentIemen
First Student Recital. (because such affairs are few and far
A series of evening recitals by the
1
friends, perhaps for
t'he 'ast time as a leap year offering.
•'e13r
is,
taring its
Yellow jack o'lanterns with
,heli w|frd 0XPresslons
The company of guests who enjoved
yu- ^isua. Aima uouifm, num oorenson.
already held their studio re-: Ruth Wentz, Edna Brooks, Peari
Scenes" Godard' Ludwigsen, Joe Roller, J. Wilcox,
Miss Olive Pag':. Louis Trepanier Tudor Owen. Emil
Coomb« Johnson, Alnslee Pierce and L. Ken- I
nedy.
M&cDowpM:
Miss Lulu Rowe.
Society Personals.
$ $
Mallory and daughter,
being Mallory's
Allard
1i3
A"ard of Crookston Is
ni''y
a
s,Eter-
Caprice ihis -ister. Mrs. Clapp, and son left
Miss Dessie Tharaldson. ilor
t'""lr
dayB' v,B«t
Mrs
Carnival Schutt' Brennan has returned from
Prelude home in De%ils Lake' where a
Nocturne mi!y reunion was held Sunday before
home tn
omens
Add®ms
th''
with
Clarence Wagner.
Ottawa, Can.
What Worth DajMta Clak W«i
Are _D«lag
ciocn, it later Proved a double pleas- man Winterer to revise the Club Cook
.1 1 women of the club were book which was first compiled about
privileged to have two visits with the or twelve years ago. There will
distinguished guest from Chicago and
be a
not
on
vri
^vyvywyiAnW
rvv members of the Valley City
T') -sdiiy club have appointed a com
'•iitt&e composed of Mrs. Featherstone,
George M. Young and Mrs. Her-
number of new chapters added
on,y
on all up to date dishes but
tireless cookery and Invalid and
chafl»8
dish cooking. This cook book
not
on'y
widely used over the state
*reat many other parts of
country.
Mrs. E. E. McVlcker of Leeds was
pleasantly surprised at her home on
Monday evening by the members of
th*
Embroidery club and a delightful
tlme
movement and made the occasion one :*ntedt?lnment «°nimlttec furnished a
of the most valuable, interesting and freat deal.of amusement for the even
entertaining that the officers of the
*as enjoyed by the ladies. The
er
ir,.. ... y*- Wer» anil a nlao.ant -I
wl
.,«
what I say—C-U-R-E-D, and not mere- joyed. Miss Addams loves to taiir _# enjoyed. On behalf of the club the
ly patched up for awhile, to return her work at HultTou» President. Mrs. Charles B. Dean, pre
worse than before. Remember I make I «nted the guest of honor with a hand
thls broal statement after putting ten
1wjch more warmth some china sugar and cr«a.m n»
years of my time on this one disease jand
e.re
than ln a political ad- which was aceeoted with
which Miss Addams Is deep-IVicker Is leaving the lattar oart »f
which dainty refreshments
^^ed and a pleaaant social time
The Fargo graduate nurses of the
Nurses club will entertain the mem
bers of the Phiathean class of tho
First. Methodist church Friday even
ing at 8 o'clock at the Nurses' Club
on Eighth street north. A business
meeting will precede the social part
which win take the form of a Hal
lowe'en party.
The Devils T^ake W. C. T- IT. gave
a reception last evening in honor of
its new members and entertained at
the home of Mrs. J. J. Parry.
A
pro­
gram of readings and musical num
bers was given during the early part
of the evening and a service of re
freshments brought the pleasure to a
close
•-••-•"••-•.. .• :..:••• V. *.'.*••,• ...
.v 't
THE EVENING TIMES, GRAND FORKS, N. D.
SOTICB
lighted every
corner
twice a montn, the place alternating burned in the ooen firenlaoe Th^
between th^ Methodist church down hours were from 8•.'SO until' ll*lo
Pla?e "progra^r °^l0fk
and a bright coal fire
and
k! church will ed with a delicious luncheon 6ervlce.
«he evening was ionclud-
or
XOMI.V4TIO.NS.
Under Section 530 of the Revised
Codes of 1905 notice is hereby given
that the following are the names with
their postoffice address and the politic
al party or principle to which they be
long whese names will appear on the
General Election ballot on November
5th. 1912. This for the benefit of the
voters of Grand Forks county, N. Dak.
PRKSIDEXTIAL ELECTORS.
RepabllcM.
O. J. Seller, Jamestown. N. D.
A. P, Paulson. Valley City, N. P.
W. M. Anderson, Devils Lake. N. D.
George H. Stone. Mott, N. D.
F. W. Cathro, Bottineau. N. 1).
Democratic.
D. I. Armstrong Willow City. N. D.
E. S. Cameron. Wahpeton, N. D.
Thomas Kelly, Fargo, N. D.
A .B. Kerlin, Devils Lake. N. D.
M. D. Williams, Jamestown, N. D.
Prohibition.
Frank B. Stevenson. Emerado. N. D.
George Llppman. Granville. N. D.
John Little, Gladstone, N. D.
R. M. Calderwood. Wllllston. N. D.
E. E. Saunders, Heaton. N. D.
Socialist.
^V. G. Johnson, Fargo, N. D.
G. G. Mowers. Bowbells. N. D.
Max Evenholm. Omemee, K. D.
S. A. Smith, Beach, N. D.
O. E. Johnson. Delamere, N. D.
Progressives.
O. A. Hazen, Larimore. N. D.
O. L. Engen, Fargo, N. D.
E. C. Carney, Wllllston, N. D.
D. P. Barnes, Glen Ullln, N. D.
Gilbert Johnson Mohall. N. D.
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS,
FIRST DISTRICT.
Republican.
H. T. Helgesen Milton,-N. D.
Democratic.
Verner R. Lovell. Fargo, N. D.
Socialist.
Leon Durocher. Grand Forks, N. D.
GOVERNOR.
Republican.
L. B. Hanna, Fargo, N. D.
Democratic.
Frank O. Hellstrom, Grove, N. D.
Socialist.
A. E. Bowen, Jr., Grand Forks, N. D.
Progressive.
W. D. Sweet, Fargo. N.
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR.
Republican.
A. T. Xraabel, Clifford, N. D.
Democratic.
F. L. Brandt, Bismarck, N. D.
Socialist.
A. G. Brastrup, Jamestown, N. D.
SECRETARY OF STATE.
Republican.
Thomas Hall, Bismarck, N. D.
Socialist.
C. A. Berg. Mlnot, N. D.
STATE AUDITOR.
Hepabllea*.
Carl O. Jorgenson. Mllnor. N. D.
Democratic.
Frank Shan ley, Fargo, N. D.
Socialist.
Howard Elliott. Mlnot, N D.
STATE TREASURER.
Republican.
Gunder Olson. Grafton, N. D.
Democratic.
Frank Lisli. Dickinson. N. D.
Socialist.
Arthur Bassett. Plasa. N. D.
ATTORNEV GENERAL.
Republican.
Andrew Miller, Bismarck, N. D.
Democratic.
John F. Sullivan, Mandan, N. D.
Socialist.
R. Goer, Devils Lake. N. D.
SVPT. PL'BMC INSTRUCTION.
RepaMleaa.
E. J. Taylor, Bismarck, N. D.
Socialist.
Miss Marie Baxter. Osqabrock. N. D.
COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE.
RepaMleaa.
W. C. Taylor. LaMoure. N. D.
Democratic.
Charles S. Whittlesey, Fargo. N. D.
Socialist.
J. E. Kulstad, Grand Forks. N. D.
COMMISSIONER OK AGRICULTURE
AND LABOR.
Republican.
W. C. GUbreatjv Mandan, N. D.
Democratic.
Alexander Morrison. Bathgate. N. D.
Socialist.
H. E. Thompson. Mlnot. N. D.
Progressive.
Martin Jaiobton, Mlnot, N. D.
COMMISSIONER* OP RAILROADS.
RfpaMlcaa.
O. P. N Anderson, Starkweather, N.D
-V
». tS *.
W. H. Mann. New Salem, N. D.
W. H. Stutsman, Mandan. N. D.
Democratic.
Olaf O. Bjorke. Abercromble, N. D.
Charles D. Perry, Crosby, N. D.
James W. McHose. Fargo, N. D.
Socialist
W. J. Bailey. Inkster, N. D.
E. A. Meyer, Lldgerwood, N. D.
Z. R. Davidson, Wolford, N. D.
STATE SENATOR DISTRICT NO. 8.'
Republican.
O. O. Trageton. Northwood, N. D.
STATE SENATOR DISTRICT NO. T.
Repnblleaa.
H. A. Bronson, Grand Forks, N. D.
REPRESENTATIVE FIFTH DISTRICT.
Repnblleaa.
John S. Kyllo, McCanna, N. D.
REPRESENTATIVE SIXTH DISTRICT.
Republican.
John T. Freeman, Grand Forks. N.D.
Democratic.
W. V. O'Connor, Grand Forks, N. D.
REPRESENTATIVE SEVENTH DIS­
TRICT.
Repnblleaa.
Wm. Dean, Holmes, N. D.
Democratic.
B. F. Lavalley. Reynolds, N. D.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
Auditor.
G. P. Johnson. Northwood, N. D.—
Republican.
Hans Anderson, Grand Forks, N.
—Democratic.
Sheriff.
J. D. Johnson, Grand Forks, N. D.—
Republican.
Joseph Z. Benson, Grand Forks. N. D.
—Democratic.
Treasurer.
H. A. Shaw. Grand Forks, N. D.—
Republican.
Clerk of Dlfctrlct Court.
M. W. Spauldlng. Grand Forks, N. D.
—Republican.
R. J. Purcell. Grand Forks, N. D.—
Democratic.
Register of Deeds.
A. M. Lodmell, Grand Forks, N. D.—
Republican.
Max Reinecke, Grand Forks, N. D.—
Democratic.
Statea Attorney.
Olger B. Burtnees, Grand Forks, N.
D.—Republican.
County Judge.
L. K. Hassell, Grand Forks, N. D.—
Republican.
Surveyor.
Jos. A. Ingram. Grand Forks. N. D.—
Republican.
Superintendent of Schools.
M. Beatrice Johnstone. Grand Forks,
N. D—Republican.
Coroner.
F. E. Murphy, Grand Forks. N. D.—
Republican.
Public Administrator.
James Twamley, Grand Forks, N. D.
—Republican.
County Commissioner.
Joseph Donovan, Thompson, N. D.—
Democratic. To represent the First
Commissioner District.
Justices of the Peace.
F. C. Nye, Inkster. N. D—Republi
can.
John F. Sheehan. McCanna, N. D.—
Republican.
Arthur Buth. Thompson, N. D.—Re
publican.
P. McLaughlin, Grand Forks, N. D.—
Republican.
John Blrkhelmer. Niagara. N. D.—
Democratic.
W. F. Adams. Reynolds, N. D.—
Democratic.
T. E. Smith, Gllby, N. Democrat
ic.
N. H. Dlmond. Grand Forks. N. D.—
Democratic.
Constables.
Richard Fadden. Larimore. N. D.—
Republican.
J. W. Lowe, Grand Forks, N. D.—
Republican
J. C. Mahon, Inkster. N. D.— Repub
lican.
C. C. Stewart, Gllby. N. D.—Repub
lican.
John W. Melshelmer. Grand Forks,
N. D.— Democratic.
John McGulre. Gllby, N. D.—Demo
cratic.
George Boyd. Grand Forks. N. D.—
Democratic.
N. 8. McCoy. Fergus, N. D.—Demo
cratic.
Non«Partlsaa Judiciary.
For Judge of Supreme Court.
Andrew A. Bruce. Bismarck. N. D.
J. E. Robinson. Fargo., N. D.
For Judge of District Court.
First Judicial District.
John W. Ogren, Grand Forks. N. D.
Charles F. Templeton. Grand Forks.
N. D.
At the same time and place of holding
the General Election,' viz: November
sth, 1912, there will
bo submitted to the
V.
»V
-Third Off In
Autumn Clearing Sale
Plush Coats, with satin lining regular $34 value,
during this sale 917.88
Crushed Plush, regular 923 value, this sale. .•
16.48
Parlsiana. satin lined with frog,, latest cut regular
value 80 this sale f22.SO
One lot Black Plush, trimmed with fur collars, the
kind you will want for the cold weather igular
price $30. this sale 914.98
One lot Black Broadcloth, strictly tatlored. satin
lined: regular 32.50, this sale $17.48
One lot Chinchilla Coats, regular $16 value. .811.48
One lot Chinchilla Coats, one side effect regular
$33 values, this aale 817.48
One lot one side effect tn plain materials, brown,
navy and tan, regular $20 value, this sale..818.88
One lot diagonals, regular values $2$,
this sale C19.00
One lot In Junor sizes, tn very pretty novelties
regular $20 values, this sale 814.48
One lot Early Fatl Coats regular value $12,
this sale ........ 8 7 9 8
^_4
Offerings of Year
WE ARE GOING TO DISPOSE OF OUR ENTIRE COLLECTION OF
MODEL SUITS, COATS, WRAPS, DRESSES, FURS, SWEATER COATS.
THIS COLLECTION IS OF SPECIAL IMPORTANCE TO THOSE OF
OUR CUSTOMERS WHO DESIRE DISTINGUISHED CLOTHES.
PARTY GOWNS
We have a beautiful assortment of party gowns in pink, maze, light blue,
black and white. A few dresses with chiffon over messaline beaded with rhine
stones. Very attractive. No two dresses alike.
One lot, regular value $30, this sale........ 814.88 One lot, regular value $23, this sale 823.98
vwy »vv| vouiai MI«D
One lot, regular value $36, this sale. 829.48 I One lot, regular value $3«! this sale!.... 818i98
THE PARISIAN
voters of Grand Forks county In tho
various voting precincts the question
of bonding the County of Grand Forks.
N. D., In the sum of $200,000.00 bonds
to be in the denominations of 91,000.00
each and bearing interest at the rate
of 4 per cent per annum and payable
20 years from date thereof said sum
of $200,000.00 to be used In building a
new court house for Grand Forks coun
ty upon tho site now occupied by the
present building in the city of Grand
Forks, County of Grand Forks, North
Dakota.
Proposed Amendment to the Constitu
tion of the State of North Dakota.
There will also be submitted to the
voters of the County of Grand Forks.
N. D.. on November Sth. 1918, the fol
lowing proposed amendments to the
constitution of the state of North Da
kota:
Proposed Amendment to the Coustita
"on of the State of North Dakota.
..That the constitution of the state of
North. Dakota be amended to rted as
follows:
The legislative assembly is hereby
authorized and empowered to provide
by law for the erection, purchasing or
leasing and operation of one or more
terminal grain eievat6rs ln the states
of Minnesota or. Wisconsin, or both,, to
be maintained and .operated In such
manner as the legislative assembly
shall prescribe, and provide for inspec
tion, weighing and grading of all grain
received in such elevator or elevators.
Proposed Amendment to the Constitu
tion of the State of North Dakota.
.That article.9, section 168 of. the con
stitution of the state of North Dakota.
Is amended so as to read as follows:
Sec. 158: No land shall be 6old for
less than the appraised value, and In
no case for less than. ten dollars per
acre. The purchaser shall pay one
fifth of the price In cash, and the re
maining four-fifths as follows:
One-fifth in five years, one-fifth on
or before the expiration of ten years,
one-fifth on or before the expiration
of fifteen years, and one-fifth on or
before the expiration of twenty years,
with Interest at the rate of not less
than five per cent' per annum, payable
annually In advance: provided, that
when payments are made before due
they shall be made at an Interest pay
ing date, and one year's Interest ln ad
vance shall be paid on all money so
paid. AH sales shall be held at the
county seat of the county tn which the
land to be sold it situated, and shall be
ft public auction and to the highest
bidder, after sixty days' advertisement
or the same in a newspaper of general
circulation in the vicinity of the land
to be sold, and' one at the seat of gov
ernment. Such lands as shall not have
been specially sub-divided shall be of
fered In tracts of one-quarter section,
and those sub-divided'in the smallest
sub-division. All lands designated for
sale and not sold within two years aft
er appraisal shal be re-appraised be
fore they are sold.. No grant or patent
for such lands shall Issue until pay
ment Is .made for the. same: provided,
that the land contracted to be sold by
the state shall' be subject to taxation
from the date of contract. In case the
taxes.assessed against any of said lands
for any year rfemaln unpaid until the
first Monday In October of the follow
ing year, then thereupon the contract
of sale for such lands shall. If the
board of university and school lands
so determine, become null- and void.
Any lands under the provisions of sec
tion 168 of the constitution of. the. state
of North Dakota that have heretofore
been sold, may be paid for, except as
to interest, as provided* further, that
any school Or institution .lands that
may be required for town site purpos
es, school house sites, church sites,
cemetery sites, sites for other educa
tional or charitable Institutions, public
parks, fair grounds, public highways,
railroad right of way, or for other rail
road uses and purposes, reservoirs for
the storage of water for Irrigation,
drain ditches, and lands that may be
required for any of the. purposes over
which the right of eminent domain
may "be exercised under the constitu
tion and laws of the state of North
Dakota, may be sold under the provi
sions of this section, and shall be'paid
for, principal and interest. In full. In
advance, at the time of sale, or at anv
time thereafter, and patent Issued
therefor, when principal and Interest
are paid.
Proposed Amendment to. the. Coustltu
tloa of the State of North Dakota.
That section 91 of the constitution of
North Dakota Is amended to read as
follows:
Sec. 91. The term of office of the
Judges of the supreme court, except as
In this article otnerwlse provided, shall
he
ten years, beginning on the first
Tuesday after the first Monday In Jan
uary
of
the year next following their
election, and they shall hold their of
flcoa until their successors are duly
qualified. The section shall not be con
strued as extending the term of office
of the Judges serving at the time of
the adoption of this amendment, except
as hsrsin provided. Tha Urms of office
WEDNESDAY, OCfOBER 80, 1912.
Suits
Wc have a fine assortment of suits
diagonals, whipcords, serges, in the lat­
est styles, Norfolks and straight and
English cuts.
Regular $24 values, this sale.
Regular $16 values, this sale..,
Regular $29 values, this sale...
Regular $32 values, this sale...
Regular $30 values, this sale...
Regular $42 values, this sale...
Regular $14.50 values, this sale,
Regular $28 values, this sale...
$17.98
$12.98
$21.48
$22.48
$20.98
$31.00
$10.98
$19.98
".'the Judges of the supreme court
S*.c,ted
at the general election in 19io
"ball be as follows: The one receiving
the highest number of votes at such
.5°'^
h'8
°'"c® 'or a term
2Lu"-.yea,'*.Jthe °ile receiving the next
•iJK? Sfco?iU^l of votes at such elec
tion shall hold office for a term of
5?i.iyeair8:and the one receiving tli»
°/.,vot*B
at
such election
years office for a term of six
Said General Election will be held at
the usual voting places In the several
townships and ln the words of the
cities and in the village of Niagara, in
the county of Grand Forks, and state
of North Dakota on the 6th day of No
vember, A. D.. 1912.
POUB open at 8 o'clock A. M. end
continue open until 6 o'clock P. M. of
said day.
Dated at Grand Forks this 2Srd day
of October, 1912.
—Hans Anderson,
County Auditor of Grand Forks Co.
Times Pattern Dept.
7398 Child's Wrapper*
2 to 8 years.
The loose, simple little wrapper that
Is easy to slip on Is the on© that the
child enjoys. Here is a model that in
cludes only four seams in the garment
Itself and which can be made with a
high neck and round collar or with
V-shaped neck. Both treatments are
pretty and the sleeves can be made
long or short. One of the new flannels
Is the material Illustrated In shades of
pink and white and the collar and cufts
are: pink washable silk, but materials
for wrappers are many and all sortn
of colors and designs are shown. Sim
ple outing flannel Is practical and ser
viceable. French and Scotch flannels
are lovely in color and design, and. for
the colder weather can be used either
cotton or wool eiderdown. Almost ev
ery little girl will ike the patch poc
kets but, as they are applied over the
f1!.irr"ent. they can be used or not as
liked. There are two styles of long
sleeves. Those on the figure are out
In one piece each, extend to the wrists
and are finished with bands and rolled
oyer cuffs, Thoso shown In tho bnck
view are made with upper and under
portions and are plain at the wrists.
Those In the shorter length are plain
and can be finished in any preferred
For the 6 year size, tho wrapper will
require a 1-2 yards of material 27'
widl~»Hh I
airT«
yards 44
»heecS and 'cults."'
inches
,nCh*8 W,d®
for
Jand
598 Cl,t ,n
for
girls of 2, 4, ft 8 years. It will
be mulled to any address by the Fash-
ssnTsrsn
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