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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12,1913.
Sorrow and Reason. The ills that grieved me yesterday And soemeii »o hstd to bwr, The wrongs that lllled me with dis may And plunged me in despair, Hw»» ceased to cause me to suppose That happlnees Is dead, That Hop© is In her final throes And all is dark ahead. The Sorrows that a year ago Put all my Joys to flight. Thnt dulled the sun's benignant glow And turned the day to night. Have ceased to cause me to complain Or hopelessly to fear That June may never come again Or gladness reappear. Tomorrow, doubtless, I shall And My-troubles of today To have heen of the little kind That quickly float away Tomorrow I shall smile at what Today Is hard to bear— And have new cause to think my lot unhappy and unfair. The wise have learned that sorrows wane As does the waning moon The grief that gives us present pain Will be forgotten soon But, wise or not, we still, somehow, Emit our daily walls The sorrows that assail us now Show Reason where she fails. Returned From Crary. Mrs. E'la Lynch has returned from Crary, where she has been visiting for the past few days at the home of Mrs. Charles Wright. En route she spent a day with friends in Devils Lake. After spending a few days here Mrs. Lynch will leave for Min neapolis, where she will visit rela tives during the winter. To Leave Minot Mlnot Optic: Friends of Mr. and Mrsr-Ji. J. Scoville and family will* re gret to hear that they are planning on leaving the city about the middle of January for the west. They will visit friends in Seattle, Portland, San Francisco and spend the winter in Los Angeles, Cal., where they will perhaps locate permanently. The Scoville family have been residents of Minot for several years, Mr. Sco ville representing the Langworth Lumber company of Minneapolis in this section of the country, and they have a host of friends who deeply regret to hear of their departure but who wish them every success in their new home. State Weddings, A wedding of interest to many friends in this state, occurred at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. Sortland in Thief River Falls, Minn., on Wednes day December 10th, at 12 o'clock, when their daughter, Miss Alberta O. Sortland, was united in marriage to Iver E. Ottem of St. Thomas, N. D. Rev. Larson officiated and the attend ants were Miss Olga Sortland, a sis ter of the bride, and O. E. Ottem. Following the ceremony, a. wedding dinner was served to the members of the two families. .Both young people are well' known and popular and a large circle of friends will unite in extending best wishes for a happy and prosperous future. Mr. and Mrs. Ot tem will make their home in »t. Thomas, where the groom is engaged in business. A quiet wedding occurred Wednes day afternoon, at the First Lutheran church in Minot, when Miss Marie ln ga Peterson of Minot, became the bride of Frank Piel pf St. Louis, Mo. Rev. T. F. Cullixson, pastor of the church, officiated. Following the ceremony, the wedding luncheon was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Brasseth. Mr. and Mrs. Pell left for a honeymoon trip to St. Paul, Min neapolis, Chicago and (fther points in the east. They will be at home to their friends in St. Louis, after Janu ary first. Times Fashion Dept. 7555 Koum Jacket with Peplum, 34 to 42 bust. With elbow or long sleeves. A well fitting, becoming house jacket is what every woman desires. This one is exceptionally attractive. It is finished wtih a smooth fitting peplum' that does away, with all bulk over the hips and includes separate sleeves of mod erate size that can be finished below the elbows or at'the wrists- Whether the Jacket Is worn over an odd skirt or made with a skirt to match, it is most satisfactory. Added to its other advantages, it is very simple, requir ing very little time for the making. In the Illustration, the collar is scal loped and that finish is always pretty, but piped edges and bands of contrast ing material 'are equally in vogue. There are only front and back por tions to the Jacket and the front edges are finished with hems. The peplum Is made In three sections and a belt connects it with the blouse por tion. Whatever the length of the sleeves, they are gathered and Joined to bands. For the medium size, the Jacket will require 3 3-4 yards of material 27, 2 3-8 yards 36 or 1 3-4 yards 44 in ches wide. The pattern 7655 is cut in sizes for a 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42 inch bust meas ure. It will be mailed to any address by the fashion department of this paper, on receipt of ten cents. It takes time to arrive at the Ger man theory that the worse cheece smells the better it tastes. Those wiic hold an unreasonable -rudge ogaliwt fawn mowers say this been a delightful summer. r',,/' THE SOCIETY WORLD •ocMy Mto*s TOtoiibonn: M. Both Phoow. Wealthy Newport Widow Becomes a Missionary Mrs. Lorillard Spencer, widow of the well known millionaire and so ciety man, has left Newport for the Philippines, where she will do mis sionary work in the conversion of the Mohammedan populace of Jolo to Christianity. She intends to give at least a year to this labor. After the death of her husband last year she turned her attention almost entirely to the work of the home and foreign missions of the Protestant Episcopal church, and finally came the announcement that she would take up actual missionary work. Mrs. Lorillard Spencer was at the time of her marriage in 1882 one of the most beautiful women in Ameri ca. She was Miss Caroline S. Berry man, a granddaughter of Stephen Whitney, one of the famous old time merchants of New York. A number of friends accompanied her to the boat to say goodbye, and Mrs. Spencer expressed to them her great cheerfulness and hopefulness over the probable success of her mis sion. Joint Meeting Tonight. The Young Ladles' Literary society, and the Queen Esther Circle of the Methodist church will hold a joint meeting thlr evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Miss Belle Dudley, 324 North Eighth street. Asocial session will follow the business meeting and refreshments will be served. AH members are urged to be present. How to Become Beautiful By ABIGAIL MOORE. Throw Medicine Ball to Reduce Weight. For reducing flesh about tlie ab domen and strengthening there, throwing the medicine ball Is one of the best exercises. The action of the internal organs, kidneys, liver and in testines, which can only be exercised artificially, is stimulated and circula tion regulated. For persons who live the. sedentary, life such exercise is not only good but essential to health. Ten minutes upon rising in the morning is all that is necessary to give to the exercises in order to bring the body to par and keep It' there. To start with, the ball, maAo of leather, should weigh about1 live pounds, never more than seven and a half. The following direction* are by Dr. Francis Heckel: A. Throwing the ball forward, using both hands: stand erect, hold ing the ball in front of the face be tween the Hands, but not grasping It. 1. Spread feet wide apart, bend trunk forward, and swing the hall between the knees us far as possible. 1*. ..Suddenly raising the body, and twinging the arms forward. In line with the shoulders* project it. Elks' "Little German." The Elks will give their "Little German" this, evening in their club home on Fourth street. The affair will be formal and the committee in charge is making elaborate prepara tions for the entertainment of an un usually large number of guests. Danc ing will begin promptly at 9 o'clock and continue until 1 o'clock. Supper will be served at 11:30 o'clock in the dining room of the Commercial club by O. Knutson, proprietor of the Co lumbia hotel. Hall's orchestra will render the music and a very pleasant time, is anticipated. The parties this year are for the members of the order only and their families. The members of the committee in charge of all arrangements are Ray Durick, chairman W. R. Abrahamsen, J. H. Budge, J. Gordon Gray and W. J. Morrow. Junior .Students Rccltal. The Junior students of Wesley col lege conservatory of music will give their regular weekly recital Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the city studios. A program of exceptional merit has been arranged and twenty five numbers will be rendered. All parents and friendB are cordially In vited to be present. The complete program follows: A Quiet Thot Virgil Ellen Peterson. A Wee Story Virgil Lois Fuller. Valse Caprice *... Virgil Tremma Llnfoot. A Dialogue Virgil Jean Leonard. Valse Petite Demuth Margaret Thacker. The Bells Virgil Juleff Coles. Ship Ahoy .'. Virgil Ethel McGowan. Hand in Hand Ducelle Lydia Hilleboe. A Quiet Thot Virgil Anna Nomland. Dance of the Bears Heins Inga Hilleboe. Blowing Bubbles Orth David Fisher. A Delightful Story Virgil Marion Ferguson. Morning Song Deveaux Blanche Turner- Slumber Song ... Krogmanri Hazel Dearey. Lilliputian Parade Reger Delos Selfert Evening Song Krogmann Dorothy McNeil. Night in- a Forest Deveaux Ella Stewart. Rustling Leaves Glebel Mary Batten. Spring Song Bohm Clayton Getty. Marguerite Lange Elizabeth Gaulke. Rondo Lichner Edith McKenzie. La Filieise Burgmuller Miss Lien. Austrian Song Pacher LUIie Ferestad. Feather Dance Ducelle Edith McDonald. Etude. I Nevln Ida Rand. Some men go to the country to en gage in il.e chicken business, an I' others vlsi: New York. Some fools will even argue with an encyclopedia, llow Mazle Roy Throws the Medicine Ball. 3. Then, with trunk erect, hold the ball high above the head and fling it forward, bending forward with the action. B. Throwing the ball obliquely. Hold ball lightly in both hands on one side of the body and hurl it by swing ing the arms forcibly forward, which motion swings the body around in pivoting fashion. Repeat' this move ment, starting with the hands on the opposite side. C.- Throwing the ball with one hand: Balance the ball In one hand, shoulder high, and swing backward, twisting the body in the same direc- tr «c .•«. -v*"•?,?« fljn fc Then hurl as you, would a Repeat this movement, start- tion spear. ing at other side with other'hand 'When/' explains Dr. Heckel, "the ball ..thrown upward from a (stoop ing position the abdominal muscles contract 'and stiffen, counterbalanc ing the rising of the body as it comes to upright position. Throwing the ball Obliquely the muscles about the •waist and loins nre called Into plav and throwing the ball from down ward the abdominal muscles tend to draw the Upper and lower parts of the. body-- togetheV.- exercising the muscles of the abdomen.'*. -, \.. .'. .••• •/..*•. -. -v.--' .• /v^7rKi',':\K V's:\-:---?Lp''v'"V. THE EVENING TIMES. GRAND FORKS, N. D. u. }i A ^y v..r f. Leather Bags for ladies $4.00 values for $2.98 $5*00 values for. .$3.75 $6.00 values for. .$4.85 25c Woodbury's Facial Soap ........19c Palm Olive Soap regular 10c a bar 3 for 20c 50c Palm Olive Shampoo 37c 10c Castile Soap 5c Ladies Neckwear 50c Ties, Collars, Bows ....40c 25c Ties, Collars, Bows 20c Embroidered Handkerchiefs. 15c values, very pretty ........,t 10c $1.50 values ... 75c $2.00 values ... $1.00 Lot -*r*v a '"PHIS is the place and NOW is the time you can do your Christmas shopping in both an economi cal and a satisfactory manner. Our sale, which is now in progress, gives you the greatest opportunity you ever had to. procure at a big saving useful practical, appropriate gifts—just the kind of presents every one will be pleased to receive and will highly appreciate. Why pay $1 for an article when you can come here and purchase it for 50 cents? You Ipow that it always pays to make every dollar go as far as possible, particularly so at this time. You'll find this store abounding with many suitable and desirable Xmas presents at extraordinarily deep price reductions. Come! Mesh Bags for Ladies, the Best for the Money Your particular attention is directed to the fact that our mesh bags are positively the best in the city for the money. $2.50 values ...$1.65 $3.00 values —$2.25 $3.50 values ......... .$2.60 $4.00 values .... $3.00 Mesh Bags for Children $1.00 values for 85c 50c values for 40c tJJ A largc assortment of quality Leather Bags, ±m£ Your choice while they last, Half Price Our Toilet Articles Merit Your Particular Attention Large Variety of Jewelry at Great Reductions 50 Rings, assorted 25c 50c Lucky Bluebird Rings, sterling* 25c Pins, beauty ...10c |l silver 40c 50c Pins Pinsets, Hat Pins, etc.. .. .-40c These Gloves Will Always Be Highly Appreciated Kid Gloves All Colors and Sizes Special Linen Stationery at a Big Discount A Big Pound Package regular 25c while they last........ ,16c Envelopes to match 25 in package 7c F. C. Zuelsdorf & Co. Third and Kittson Ave. Grand Forks, N. D. Y** .'A ••. 1 *s, $5.00 values ... .$4.00 $6.00 values .$5.00 $7.00 values .. $5.75 $8.00 values ..........$6.50 Desirable Vanity Cases $1.39 values for. $1.05 Leather Card Cases. and Note Book Combined. 85c values for ... .. ........69c Jergen's Violet Glycerine ,Soap regu lar 10c a cake 3 for... 20c Tonka Talpa Medicated Soap regular 10c a cake 3 for .. 20c Dutch Sandalwood Soap regular 10c a cake 3 for ......... _.20c Ladies* Belts $1.25 Girdle $1.50 Girdle ..... $1.50 Suede $1.75 Suede Kid, Mocha, Suede 8 button, $2.25 value.. .$1.13 12 button, $3.25 value .$1.63 16 button, $3.50 value $1.75 PAGESBVEK. & 7/i 95c ..$1.00 .$1.00 ..$1.30 A Big I Lot