FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2Q 1911.
Tbc Men Who Wft.
Join the army of boosters!-
The ranks ot the men who.-win,
Who sow with faith thfct fhe Reaper
Shall gather the harvest in
Who toil while the shadows gather,
Who sing in the waning light
Who' believe that beyond all seeming
Kirni standeth the throne of Right!
Who "are the Boosters, brother?
What is their badge of pride
The ranks of their living armies,
The souls of their hosts who've
Count them over'and over,'-
And their deeds call one by one,
Tou shall name the hosts of the ages
From eldest sire to son.
Wherever a. inan has fashioned
A deed thai was something worth,
Whenever a sons has thrilled us,
A Booster has walked tlio earth
Wherever at stakv or gibbet
A martyr has kissed the rod,
Know you that-a Booster lias builded
A road-way straight to Ood.
These' are the Boosters, brother
Toiler. and seer, and saint
Men who have reached their hand
To the soul that was worn and
Hen who have builded better
Perchance than their wives knew,
By ''doing the commoil duty
Till tho great, deed came to view.
Last evening in this city at ft o'clock
at the residence of Rev. E. Jjee Mudge
on North Fifth street, occurred the
marriage of Miss Mamie Recan anil
Allan .McLean, -bath Qf..Niagara,
D. Rev. Mudge officiated. The cou
ple returned to Niagarjt. this morning
wlieivi they. will ma^e their home.
Kannettc tQoux Weds.
A wedding of interest "to a large
circle.of friends in this city occurred
Wednesday in Winnipeg, when Miss
Almee Nannette Rioux, only daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A- F. Rioux, was uni
ted in marriage to John Elmer Irwin
of Winnipeg. The marriage was sol
emnised at St. Mary's Catholic church
and the nuptial mass was celebrated
at 10 o'clock by Rev. Father O'Dwyer.
The wedding was a. quiet' affair, only
the relatives and a few close friends
being present.. Mrs.- A- Brown ren
dered Mendelssohn's wedding march
as the bridal party entered the church
snd the bride was given .away by her
father. The bride wore a beautiful
gown of ivory Duc.hess satin with
trimmings of shadow lace- and a long
tulle veil with Juliet, cap. Her only
or mm en was a diamond and pearl
lavali-T, the gift of the groom. Hhe
carried a shower bouquet of bride's
roses and lilies of the valley.
Following the ceremony the wed
ding l/reakl'ast was served at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr..and
Mrs.' Irwin left on the evening train
for Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chi
cago, where they will visit for a few
days. They will reside in Winnipeg.
The bride is well known, in this city,
bavins attended the state university
last year. She is a niece of Frank V.
Kent of this city.
WHAT THEY ARE DOING IN SOCIETY
.,. Washington Society
8aturdoy, F«b. 21
Countess de Bertler, wife of an
attache of the French embassy at
Washington, has startled society with
her costumes direct from Paris. Hav
ing just arrived, the countess comes
with the latest things turned out by
the Paris designers, and she has
shown some of their extreme fashions.
While many women in Washington
society wear fashionable clothes, they
had not seen anything, except in pic
tures, just like the countess wears.
The position, of her huuband. ot
course, brought her into society at
once, and the matrons and young wo
men have watched her many, changes
with great, interest.
Elected Xew Officers.
At the meeting of the Pythian Sis
ters' Sewing club which was held yes
terday afternoon at the home of Mrs,
George R, Robbins on Walnut street,
Mrs. C. S. Read was elected president'
and Mrs. Lee Seymour was made seci
Spccial V. W. Board* Meeting.
Mrs. K. J. Babcock lifts called a spe
cial, meeting of, the Y.'W. C. A. board
of directors to be.-held Sunday after
Pretty Party at Mlnot.
Mlnot Reporter:- Mrs. J. M. Wil
son and Mrs. William Murray were
charming hostesses yesterday after
noon at the home of the former, when
they entertained in honor of Mrs. K.
H,. Hayford of Minneapolis. Needle
work occupied the hours of the aft
ernoon and a short
1 THE LADY OF LAUGHTER SONG
In Her Greatest Comedy Success
fWidow by Proxy"
Catherine CblBhotm Cusblnr. Tbc Lieblpr Co, Mgrs.
Gave Bftsstonarv Tia.
Miss Caroline Joy and Mrs. & Tor
m, officers of the Women's Home
onary society of the Presbyterian
Bh. gave a missionary tea this
afternoon in the church parlors. The
affair .was In the nature of a Martha
Washington par*- and an Interesting
program was carried out. The guests
were those who have assisted in col
lecting for the past year, Mrs. E. S.
Kneeland. Mrs.- WUnam Dryfcurgh,
Mrs. A. F. Mcllralth, Mra James
Maxwell. Mra F. a. Parsons Mi* A.
K. ,1/ohman. Mm, a. I* Woods, Mra
William l«ggett, Mrs. J. F. Soule,
Rev. anlMm William H. Matthews.
Mrs. B. F. Chandler, president of the
society, and Mrs. H. J. TAnder, presl
dent of the Ladies'- Aid society.
The Play of a tfiioiisiud liughs"—Fbilide^bU North
Presented in the May Irwin manner, exactly as
during its Four Month's Run at the George
M. Cohan 1 heatre, N. Y.
PMCES:—Lower Floor $2.00 oral $1.50, Baloony $1,
Visiting Relatives Here.
Mr». W. A. Haley arrived in the
city last evening from Hanklnson to
spend a month visiting relatives and
Visited in the City.
Mr«, W, A. Mdntyre of Langdon
was a visiter in the city yesterday en
route to Valley City where she will
be present at the spring board meet
ing of the North Dakota Federation
of Women's clubs, which is being held
Parly for Mlas tone.
Miss Henrietta Hart entertained a
company of girls at dinner last even
ing at her home on University avenue
complimentary to Miss Eltle Lowe,
whose marriage to Fred H, Quigley
will be solemnised next Monday. Pin
ner waa served at 6:
no o'clock and the
table appointments were in pink and
white. Dainty cards marked the
places for the guests and covers were
laid for twelve. The guests remain
ed for the evening and auction bridge
was the pastime. The honors of the
game went to Missilery Sullivan.
Entertained at Bridge.
One of the prettiest affairs of ahe
week waa the party which was given
this afternoon by Mrs. Herman Wolff
at her home on Walnut street. The
roottiswere made very attractive with
pretty baskets of yellow and white
jonquils and narcissi. Guests for
eight tables were bidden and the aft
ernoon waa devoted to playing bridge.
Handsome favors were awarded to
the holders of the high scores.
The small tables were spread for
the service of a daintily appointed re
past and Mrs. Wolff was assisted by
tier daughters, Misses Elsie and Clara
Wolff, Mrs. T. S. Corrigan. Mrs. W.
B. Galbraith and Mrs. R. S. Rinnan.
Miss Maude Swltzer of Minneapolis
was an out of town guert.
Colonial Bull In Fargo.
Fargo Courier-News: Lordr and
ladles in royal array, court jesters in
their caps and bells. maids, matrons
and stern gentlemen from the sixties
and seventies, in fact every nation or
personage of note that could be repre
sented, waa found last evening in the
Knights of Columbus hall, when Mrs
George Hancock, Mrs. E, J. Weiser
and Mrs. W. H. Barnett were hos
tesses to the members of tho Century
club at. colonial Bal Masque, the last
club party of the season. On an
elaborately built porch, of Mt. Vernon
type, banked with palms and hung
witlr flags, one found Martha and
George Washington receiving the
guests with all.the dignity of colonial
days, aft«r which they led the grand
inarch with the true style of the fa
mous historical characters. The life
of the plantations w*s brought back
to the guests by a southern jjig. given
by two pickannles, and a liveried
darky presiding at the punch bowl
Near midnight a course supper was
served, novel baskets in the form of a.
Washington pie, formed the center of
the tables, with ribbons extended to
each plate, which on being drawn at
the close of the supper, were found
to terminate in unique favors in keep
ing with the nature of the party. The
hostesses received numerous favor
able comments on their capability as
entertainers, and the function was
voted one. of the most enjoyable of
Organised P. E. p. Sisterhood.
noqiv at, the -association ..building *o»- y&jffj «SI1?*i.'*
the purpose of conferring with the-l* Balch went
delegates who wilt attend the North1!? yygUrday. -morning, where
Centra) Field conference, which v. Ui
convene in .Pes Moines. -Iowa, from
February 26 to March 1. The con
ference comprises the states of Minne
sota, Kqrth apd South Dakota, Ne
braska and Iowa.
1 hey assisted in organizing a chapter
of the f». E. O. Sisterhood. Mrs. Hel
en M. Drake of Beatrice, Neb., the
national Sisterhood organiser, was al
so present. The following item, con
cerning the affair, is taken from the
"Mrs. Helen M. Drake of Beatrice,
Neb., supreme organizer for the P. E.
O. Sisterhood, was in the city last,
evening, and organized a chapter for
Fargo. Before the initiation at the
home of Mrs. G- J. Pattison, a ban
quet was-held at the Gardner, with
covers for twenty-two. Yellow, the
Sisterhood color, was used in effec
en.. Mrs, Persons rendered a. piano tive arrangements as table adornment
solo. Miss Helen Hayford sang and
Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Murray gave
interesting reading* Tho rooms wore
fragrant with bowis ef tulips, nar
cissus and cyclamen. At 6 o'clock
the hostesses served a three course
luncheon, assisted by Mlssos Clara
Johnson and Bessie Wilson.
Mrs. John Haggart and Mrs. Treat
were taken into the mysteries ot the
organisation and the following offi
cers were elected: President, Mrs.
J. 8. Baton vice president, Mrs. a.
J. Pattison: recording secretary, Mrs.
Chrtme corresponding secretary. Mrs.
T. «. Pasco chaplain, Miss Stoner.
and guard, Mrs. Treat. Mrs. H. Pi
Beekwjth pi this city is also a mem
ber of .the organisation. The follow
ing guests trom the Valley City and
Grand Forks chapters were present:
Valley City, Mesdames J. B. Meyer.
W. L,. Wittar, W. H.
Pray. J-.V4n'~Houten, T...Q. Benson,
W. B. Black-and the.Misses Hazel
Nlelson and Saunderson. From
Grand Forks, Miss Chrissie Budge,
Miss Flora Balch and Mrs. H. IS.
Fianldin Club Party.
The Martha Washington party,
which was given last evening by the
Franklin club, was one of the most
successful affairs ever given by the
club. A very clever and unique pro
gram was arranged by Mrs, A. G.
Leonard, assisted by Mrs. J. M. Gil
lette. Mrs. E. F. Chandler and Mrs. C.
The members gathered at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. I«dd on Bel
mont avenue, where a very pleasant
evening was spent. A number of the
guests represented prominent people
of the colonial days and were attired
in appropriate coetumee.
Mrs. R. T. Toung.)
After George and Martha Washington
rested their guests, they invited
to the dining room, where
Martha gave an excellent talk on
Mount Vernon, showing interior
views of the plaee on a screen which
wm arranged for the occasion.
Following the program a social
hour was enjoyed and refreshments
were served by the hostesses, Mrs.
I«dd and Mia. Templeton.
FOB. AWV OCCASION
Funeral Designs Made
on Short Notice
Peeoeettoeg Out of town orduv
given special attention.
Qrand Forks Floral Co.
F. 6. IJCMKII, Mir.
J10J OfMers Ave,. -Grand Forks.
THE EVENING TIMES, GRAND FORKS. N. 0.
Voting ladies' Literary Society.
The Young liMies'"Literary society
of ,tlie "First Methodist church wlil
meet this evening at o'clock at the
home of Mrs. C. P. t,under, 617
Cherry street. All members are urged
Gave Splendid Recital.
The recital which was given Ugt
evening at the Mothdi*t ohuvch by
the advanced students -u Wesley col
lege conservatory of nmMc. was at
tended by a large number ,.,f friend*.
The program was one of exceptional
merit and included mum! and piano
numbers and readings. Those. who
took part were -Miest^ l^ulu Williams,
Nellie Halcrow, Anna r:ri«1«t.»it. Flor
ence Williams. Lillian I'auison, Mabel
Wright, Myrtle Ellcnf-ou, lessie Thar
aldson, Ella Bleakley Ernest Korke
and Mrs. IS. A. Arliart.
Party for Miss Anderwui,
Mise .LUah Sapnte ami Miss Bessie
Tharaldson will be hostesses this
evening, when they will entertain a
company of young ladies ,m the home
of Miss Sanues on Wniuut. fUreot., In
honor of Miss Jennie Anderson, whose
marriage to A. C. Nodm of Ontario
will occur next Wednesday, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J.3 cob Anderson
on University avenue. Miss Anderson
was formerly vocal teacher at Wesley
college conservatory or music and Mr.
Xodin was secretary at Wesley collcge.
Celebrated Birtliday Annii ersary.
Miss Clementine Bivniorj celebrat
ed her birthday anniversary yesterday
afternoon by entertainiiiR a number of
her friends at her home ou South
Fifth street. The honv- were spent in
playing various gamo -. and at
o'clock a dainty eupp-n- way nerved.
The table was decoraip.I in vitiU and
white, snd the large birthday cake,
with the lighted candlp:. was used as
a centerpiece. Tiny liayhctK tied with
pink bows and filled ith small can
dies, were the l'avore each plate.
The guests were Katlicrine Holmes,
Bessie Gllby, Grace StokesberiT,
Maxlne Wright, I«ais Budge, Mar
garet Widlund. MarKm Budge, Fran
ces McCoy and Margavn Don-,
Enjoyed Sleighing F»riy.
The Girls Friendsh 11. club of the
Presbyterian church, gave a sleighing
party last evening and entertained a
company of their boy Ti lends. They
were chaperoned by their teacher,
Mre. C. C. Rutherford -uni Mrs. G. M.
Fltsgerald. After drn ing around the
city for ,6.ome time, the.v went, to the
home, of Mrs. Rutherford, in the Bel
mont flats, where a delicious supper
Those present wer? Misie? Tna
Schna.ble, Ruth TenuHcion, Marion
Torgerson, Teesle Ford. I,iiiian Dow.
Helen Kneupfnr, Hazel rtinnie, Ada
Lachner, Irma Fitzccrald, Lenore
Hubbard Messrs. Herman Kneupfer.
John Dinnic, Ferp-'ison, Howard
Plank, Merle bentz, I'adlcy So Unable,
Frank Cheney and Jamcu sicvenson.
Sochil Affairs for Toii«lit.
The German club.. wiII yi\e its last
cotillion of the series this evening in
the dining room of the Hotel Daeotali.
Mrs. A. P. Clifford- will be in charge
of all arrangements. :-isted by Mrs.
J. B. Wineman. Fininy's orchestra
will play and ,f. W.'Opif will be the
The junior class of the 1J rand Forks
high school will give mi informsl
dancing party this evening in the
Knights of Columbus .-Inn rooms. The
hours will be from S tn 11 iVcJoek and
Emard's orchestra will render the
music. The guests 'will include all
high school students and alumni.
The Elks will siyr. their informal
party this evening,. In their hall on
Fourth street. This uill be the last:
party in the series Wore Lent, and
the committee is-t»Wnng planB to en
tertain a. large number of .guests.
Dancing will be ,ej^joy£cl--from. .to 1
o'clock and HalKi: orrlitatrX "Will fur
nish an excellent program, of dance
Altar Society P»r«.y Suooes-ful.
The "military grand nola" party
which was given la", eveningr in the
Knights of Colnmbua club rooms by
the Ladies' Altar society of St
Michael's church, proved one or Hie
most successful pariics in the Beries.
There was a lavg" attendance and
thirty, tables were irranged, where
the guests played ei'-md nola. Each
table represented a, fort: and a string
of ten pennant* was suspended above
each fort. The parlors and reception
hall were made ntuactive' with the
national colors of red, white and
•blue. At the cl'jse of tlie game prizes
were awarded to Hi® winners.
At 11 o'clock a. delicious luncheon
was served in the dining room and
the guests were sealed at long- tables.
The same colors predominated in the
decorations which w^re carried out
in the service of the repast.
The hostesses for the occasion were
Mrs. Fred WersMein, chairman Mrs.
John 1. Disher, Mrs. G. F. Thacker.
Mrs. ,T. V. Hegan. Mrs. C. F. Ba.ver,
G. E. ion-
ard, Mrs. H'. R. Schwabo, Mrs.
George Col born. Mrs. W. R. Abra
hamaen. Mrs. T.. K. O'Connor, Jirs.
J. J. Quigley- and Miss Katherine
Junior Students K«dt»l
Tho junior students at Wesley col
lege conservator?' "f music win give
their regular weei l.'. recital Saturday
afternoon at S o'clock in the city
studios. A good program has been
arranged ana a cordial invitation .is
extended to all na rents and friends.'
The progrs.m v.ill be as follows:
Spring Voices Krogmann
Dance of the Bear" ......
In the Country
Violin—^German Folk Song
man, as George Washington and Airs.
C. A. Oreenleaf. a* Martha Washing
ton gave a reception and the following
characters called: General and Mrs.
Marlon (Rev. and Mrs, F. M. McCoy).
General and Mrs. Putnam (Or. Gil
lette and Mrs. E. P. Chandler), Gen
eral bafayette and Lvdia Barrah
(Dr. G- A. Abbott and Mrs. W. H.
Matthews), Robert Morris and lady
(8, Torgerson and Miss Katherine
Whiteley). General John Stark and
Mollie Stark (Br. Ruediger and Mrs
a. ®. Simpson), General Wayne and
BY THE BOX
I/O Is Fuller.
Cradle Song ....
Night in the Forest .......
Violin—Evening Star ......
Shepherd's Evenins Song Helm
In the Swing Wachs
acn. K. M. Darrow. Mrs- A. P. Hol
lia and Mrs. Ernest. Ji- Wright of Far
go will return this pvenlng trom
not where they imve conducted a
sudrage booth at the mid-winter fair
held there the past week. Mrs. Beu
lah Amidon was also preaeot, but left
Mlnot (or Devils Lako where ah* will
he in charge of the suffrage meeting
on Saturday. Today, the women of
Minot are holding a Kiiftrage luncheon
and rally, at which Mra. Wright will
appear ag aololat
A most tnteresting program was
'riven,at the Minot -Musical club yea
the library club room*. A
the life and worka of Grieg
Waa read by Mrs. Colcord. Miss
Relahus then aang a group of aongs,
which mi very much enjoyed by
the club. Mi*s Montgomery and Mlsa
vandenoevcr played a piano duet,
after which Mra. Wright aang. Mm.
Water* played a piano solo, "f'fain
oy Chopin, and. Mis« .Stcuer
group of ,Stephen Foster's
«. Oriimucr sang "A Per
O/iifr-.y vivy J»tU
•190 Semi-Pl-iaoene Dmi far
•ad Small Women, 16 and it
ft i« not often Uxst. e*e moael ean
be tt»r.d either with or wXUnwt th*
ileere* l-rut thi.f gown iji equally »ui:
c«Mfol treated, fn Vvth w«y». The
rjeene* »r» the new itorr. joined to the I
at Wg armhofea and. vKtn thay
Admired Your Good Teeth.
Here's the Reason
ui most dealers for 83 cents*
each box contains twenty 5 cant packages.
her group of Rongr Ml"?. Wright,
Be SURE Ws WRIGLEVS
feet. Day" jn her upual pleating* man* lover **ny "preferred guitepp. fcfcncr
ncr rnd accompanied Mr,?, Wrigrht. in r.1¥cr^ much in vr»^r.
corner from F»r.«o and w».s a. at otto wav
fro^K is quite
form bo: plai'?. an Hio i:ronr.
Love You Tr'i~ £it vhc AHhonsrh in of''. £irV/
O*. by Carrfe Jacobs Bond, and prater th* poj'i urn, i:-
Flowere' I^ullaby," by AYateon. After complete without.. Tri the picturr, h-
the program a-social session was held! taffeta that is light w».jgv.
for the risitfn? ladles and new mem- "beautifully lustrou3 is trimmed wjtii
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simple tandiny but. tJiif. frock couW
op mads from s»rge to ip. durabl?
Ihe current number of t.he Musical and practical or from Ii=rii: weiarh'
Leader, one the cht&f publications I wool as w«U a? from oilk. althT'iiVb
of itg kind la tbc country, has this tojtaftota promises to he 3 favorii«t m'a
say of a prominent_ Valley City lady:jterial of the incomiiif- Keas-on.
omttttd the Hiiimi can be w«rs.l
lUl WJ. UJ.W lilC
Among tbo enthusiastic young artist, high neck if \va
ainsers from the Krum studio Is Afr«. lace or n«f. can
Jeanntte Craswell of Valley City, X. P. blouse.
She lias a contralto voice.of rich qua!-1 for the 1G year sise. thf dress.will
ity. which she displays. to excellent! require 6 1-4 iids nt' materia] "7,
advantage. Mrs. Craswell appeared 3-4 yarda *(i. 1-2 yairls 1 inchcs
with' tremendous success at tho musi. wide with 11-:: yards of
cale given January 30 in Kvanston by yards of handing. S-S yard I* inc.he.
Mrs. A. -Starr Rest, president of the! wide for't-.hemi«ou.f*.
Drama T.»eague of America.'' The pattern I•0 -y nil in sise/s for
(girls of Hi and :l.s y?ai-y. Jr will hp
mailed to any addrt»55 hy i!t- fashion
Tlmrs Fashion Dept.
It makes teeth white
smiles bright. It makes
your breath pure it
refreshes your mouth.
yesterdays tnr^tings. Sh« delighted in the tno^piecr. *inrt 1m Mrr^n^Afj rr,
her listeners xvxth M?veral
I department cf this papc-r on rcceipt
of ten cents.
in response to invitations from the
teachers 01' Valley City a. large num
ber of motiK-: arid frte:id« nn-f in
the domsstic scioni'* rr-vm ot tin*
flii.chio schoni. ami orffaniierl 3
Teachers' league. After a. talk in
Mis. Kitdolpli -Acher ?xplainiug thf.
object and work of fhp !e.s£n,- Hie
following officers were elected:
President—Mrs. E. A. Pray.
I Vice President—Tilrf. 13, £. Colo,
Secretary aiul Treasnrpf Mrs
They decided to hold these meet
ings on the first- and third Thursday*
of each month. The program commit
tee, consisting or ^liss Sanderson,
Mrs. Kelly and Mrs. Bnecham, have
made out. a very interesting program
consiiting of papers, discussions and 1
talks on subjects of greatest inlores:
to both teachers find parents.
Dont let the dish washing spoil
the memory of a good meal. Use
It quickly mates dishes, pots, pans and
all cooking utensils clean and sweet.
Use it lor cleaning everything.
6c and larger packages.
It sharpens ap
petite and helps
liva and adds
after every meal
t.he other. The fining
d«Iivoi"sd to yo«r door bjr Pajv
eel Post, direcit. from r.he whole
saler. We prepay all eharspf®
within 150 miles.
Parked In Fift».r-tor? •-.ans:
Cream Tartar .,
Black Pepner ..
anted, a ch«?mi:ct.te ot'
an. be •ndm undt-r the-
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