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1 s- fe.:^ Young £eoffei§ltit Give Pageant i.i Before a house which taxed the First Baptist church to lta capacity, the play,, "The Pilgrim And the Book," w*s presented on Sunday eve ning, December 19, under the aus pices of the Baptist Young People's Union. The .sketch, a dramatic alle gory, written by Percy MacKaye, was ^given in place of the regular Sunday evening service. Mrs. G. W. Bucking ham directed the production and also the choir which assisted at various intervals. Miss Winnifred Nelson presided at the organ and Arthur Tweet superintended.the lighting. The costumes and scenery were excep tionally good. As the pilgrim, Duane Squires did very excellent work and S. C. Hendrlckson as Satanas was good in his part. The remaining members of the cast were well chosen, each aid 'tag materially in the success of the affair, and they are: Revelation Phyllas Sherman Moses... Richard Watson David Alden Squires v.-Isaiah Rev. John 6'. York Angel of the Star....Ruth Loughlin flajht John Lloyd Thompson ... Balnt P^ul Robert Webster Persecution.. Mildred Odell Fear of Death Mildred Odell Spirit of the Old Testament Ruth Schlaberg Spirit of the New Testament Lenore Carpenter Groups of Psalms, Laws, Prophets, Shepherds, Disciples, Apostles. Honoring their silver wedding an which occurred Sunday, a group of friends gathered in the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Thorson, *1209 Belmont avenue, on Saturday f,- nlversary, widening. An informal evening was •pent. Rev. David Stoeve presiding ""over the program of short talks given £by a number of the guests. Some 'mm attractive pieces of silver including a coffee and tea service, from the Nor man den Publishing company, were presented the honor guests, and at the close of the evening light refresh ments were serve1. The guests num -hered about^ eighty. •"V'Th® dancing party which was to "3ave been given in the Orpheum hall .1,. on Thursday evening. December 23, Sfii^wrfeas been postponed- to Wednesday "-evening, January 23, according to an announcement just made. The Tire •. less Trotters are sponsoring the affair, and it is to be one of a series this society is giving in the Orpheum hall this winter. The committee in charge includes. Misses Marjorie Ryan, Thelma Bonnejt. Frank Aug- gan and Thomas White comprise the committee in charge of the coming party. Miss Mae Dettman, who has spent the last year with her sister, Mrs. Wellington Corliss, at Portland, Ore.. has returned to Grand Forks and will spend the remainder of the Winter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dettman, 406 Oak street. home of Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Raymond, *04 Cottonwood street, on Saturday ermine, the oceuiinn h»inr Mr irrsna-noio was tne evening's di version and T. K. Ahlroth was award ed first prise at the close of the came. There were three tables. The •elf invited guests served light re freshments at 10:30 o'clock. a|e lUss Mildred Reid, who has been attending the university, left Sunday noon to vMt over the holidays in TOM, ar. ua jsrs. JS. H. *'». «rly of Grand Forks. im.—Adv. Reid, form- •K'i' McElroys Flow«r4*Shop, original corsscei, eut flowers fresh every ™«2ln*'. p^Jneral designs. Come to ^_^JfeEttroy's, 408 DeM^rs avenue. Phone Frtiik Witerbory Say Miss Mary Trepariier has arrived home from Stout institute, Menomi nee, Wis., where she is attending school this year, to spend Christmas as the. guest of her mother, Mrs. C. P. Trepanler, Fourth avenue jj'',4 'Y? Acacia chapter number 12, Order of Easbn-p Star, will meet on Tuesday evening in the Masonic temple ahd all 'members of the order, whether affiliated With the local chapter or ndtf are invited, ip attend. *... The. Westminister Guild will meet on Tuesday night'in the parlors of the First Presbyterian church ahd all members of,the society are urged to attend. Important business is to come up at this meeting which opens at 7:30 o'clock. The last gathering of the Synergoi fraternity before the Christmas holi days was in the nature of a Christmas party and was held in the Guild hall on Saturday evening. The hours were from 7:30 to 11 o'clock and dancing was an outstanding feature of the ^affair. Emard's six piece orr chestra played' the ^program. Punch, was served throughout the hours and another feature of interest was the distribution of gifts from the lighted Christmas tree which' held a promi nent place in one corner of the room. Miss Florence Johnson, Who is at tending the University of Wisconsin this year, has returned from Madison to spend the Christmas holidays, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. John son. -. & An appropriate \program was given-' on Sir 'ay evening at the regular meeting of the Christian Endeavor society, held fron\ 6:45 to 7:-45 o'clock in the .parlors of the First Presbyterian church. Miss Geraldine McNJcol was the leader of the meet ing. and Miss Gudrun Hulteng- con tributed a group of vocal numbers. s|( Miss Grace DeLong, principal and supervisor of domestic science in the schools at Beach, N.J)., arrived in the city on Saturday evening to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. DeLong, 315 Dakota ave nue. «k 5k Misses Hazel and Aura Chaffee of the Gsymma Phi Beta house will have ovor the^Christmas holidays. sk Miss Vera Peck of Larimore, who has been the week end guest of Miss Olive Dahl, 1724 University avenue, has returned to Larimore to resume her teaching. Mrs. Jessie C. Spearing of Wahpe ton. N. D., department president of the' William J. Rusch ot Omaha. Neb., has arrived in the city to join Mrs. Rusch and little son Billy, Jr.. and they will be the holiday ruests of Mrs. 1 in place' of Retta Couch of Lisbon. N. Rusch's .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert I D., state' inspector. An interesting Spriggs, 309 North Fifth street. Mr. talk was given by Mrs. Rearing at return to their home. Northwest Limericks vn rouie ^uigeies 10 spena III1.! r«roainder of the winter. Miss Blank •was formerly head of the Commercial, 'department of the Grand Forks high school. women's Relief Corps in North Dakota, was in Grand Forks on Sat urday and at a special meeting of the Relief Corps of Grand Forks con ducted he annual corps inspection. Mrs. Spearing returned to her home on Saturday evening. benefit of the "missions! Mrs. Spearing came to Grand Forks 1 _i r» _i.i_ i..wm -v 1 But they napped him he now penteir! DO YOUR /HOPMM' TOe»AY? -he has. bad so many inquiries re cardiac his usual Christmas Dollar window that even at the high cost of merchandise, he has decided to rive ait opportunity to the poor as well as the rich Bg look for his— N AT PvMtls. Pen* Brooches, Scarf Pin* Cut Glass, Rings, Silverware, and J-eath* Goods. Tonr ttM lit I $ nr.BA.iHr od a v* THURSDAY MUSICAL CHORUS WIU CAROL r.,„„ The executive committee and chair men of the Civic League follow.: President—Mrs. Samuel Torgerson. Tho chorus of the Thursday Musi-! glars who robbed a grocery on Fort cal club lunder the direction, of Mrs. Hamilton avenue, Brooklyn, the oth E. E. Swenson, will invadb the streets er night, paid little attention to safes and hospitals of this city tonight,'and locked drawers. .But they car singing Christmas'.carols, following a a of school children. The executive committee of the Civic league met on Saturday after noon in the home of Mrs. S. Torger son, president, to discuss plans' for the coming year. No definite action was taken but it is the plan of thq ss^sw Treasurer1—Mrs. John Budge. Secretary—Mrs. C. E. Brawner. Chairman of the Fiflance .Commit tee, Mrs. P. M. Cole chairman of the beautifying committee, Mrs. J. E. Eng stad chairman of the membership committee, Mrs. J. F. Soule chairman of the program committee, Mrs. James Collins chairman of the house com mittee, Mrs. A. A. Westeen, chairman of the press committee, Mrs. J. M. Gil lette chairman of the legislative com mittee, Dr. Margaret Peake chairman of the pure food committee. Dr. Mae Saunders chairman of the street and alley committee, Mrs. R. A. Sprague. sk sjc I Mrs. John Murphy and daughters,' Monica and Veronna, arev spending PubUc is strong for her method of re tlie.day in Grand Forks attending to tiring* their mother. Mrs. F. L. Danforth, 1 Christmas shopping and visiting with of Minneapolis as their house guest Triends. Miss Monica Murphy, who On thp same day this week that has been attending Trinity colleee at ?J?,e ^eWark, N. J., police killed thf Washington, D. C., returned home on „/i.q"?IVuUr)£ Saturday evening to be guest-of her parents. ik 3k The vesper service at the Y. W. ?uniay evening was one of special interest and under the direc t.on of the "Y" secretaries an excep tionally appropriate Christmas pro fi"am given- Miss Beatrice Olson, Mrs. H. Aden Enyeart and Prof A. Buchholz contributed numbers. A light repast was served in the cafe teria at the close of the. service and. a sHVer offering was taken up for- the Shirting Silks New York, .Dec. 20.p-This old spir it of searching for the hidden treas ure—the gold of advanture—!s dying opt even our bandit classes. Bjir- r'®d •custom established by the club quite °J butter. The crass Commercialism recently. The women of the chorus ,thebourgeois, is extending its will me'et at 6:30 o'clock at St. Ml- over every strata, of society, chael's hospital, from which point 3""t one day previous, two men they win Visit the hotels and several- .,®~ away a case, pf eggs ahd a' tab UP •f the theaters. ,stow» and robbed hini .of his collar Last year the Thursday musical a chorus was one of a large number Qf ••e,,..-, musical organization which went a'! jnBton Didr?t vnn carolling, among them were the Uni- Su,r.e versity Glee club and several ^groups-said it was good If it hadn't been." So declared the energetic looking* girl committee to make the CivIc, league TW^f"rt! ARkin"«r Plana (or a seHes of soclftl aitalra toi to mMeiV'me'for1' Now raiso funds for the club treaqjary were I ax&in' discussed and it is probable the first of these will soon ibe held. Following the business session there was a brief social hour during which Mrs. Torger 8on\ served tea. 1 Americas best silk Shirting ,30' snappy new colored stripe combinations to select from. A silk shirt would make an flTO PA ideal gift for him, the yd..... J| rue Irish Linen Mother will appreciate a nice pattern cloth with napkins to match. Select frr complete stocks at less m.'' -i 25% Ladies' Silk Underwear Bloomers, combinations, vests, Kavser make. None better. A most acceptable Xmas gift. Divided into two lots $3.95 and $4.95 I Sample Purses Sample Neckwear Sample Necklaces Many good vaJues .still left ,:in, these lines. These items will help you solve the Xmas gift problem economically. Half Price SILK HOSE HEATHER Come Hosiery for Xmas qualities, former value? fo $^.50 now selliniF at this special price, tne Dolts! Dolls!!! in and pick put' any doll that is leftat less .. .a.... r'~. *if: ••ti Handkerchiefs ^°U'3 Lieberman in his cigar Nothing more. Didn 11 t-eH ou ™as od? .lt was .good. I wouldn't have standing in front of me in this sub way while she planted her right foot rmore firmly upon my left toes. Her companion still looked doubtful. "Sure, It. was good Just as I said," Bhe continued. "But there .they came arouryj wanting to know 'your age vNnhnflv Vj ITni5r Nobody there 2S dare» to Mk you how. old you are and, nobody cares. And I got away with five years off -mine all the time I was there. Back I go. Besides, some how, I think you keep younger here in- New York, anyway." Now let Gotham's' traducers .'do their worist! Regardless of any'' little quirks of temperament, however, .displayed '.fey wojne'n *in 1 aiV, public life,: It cannot he said that' they fail to add a note'r of' refreshing color. What mere' male officer-holder. ever ceased his iofflce. holding by going into the office oT his superior, throwing down his keys, and saying, "I'm through,'? and then proving it by walking out—to stay! Read the rumors of "threatened res ignations," "reported discords," etc... etc., qf the past and the masculine present* and-then give three-cheers for Mrs. Ellen O'Grady, fifth deputy to Police Commissioner Enright.' Whether Mrs. O'Grady was right or wrong in. her grievances,, the weary th'^ city, nine thg holidflv six of the. brokers, a scientist at a noaaay conference in that same Newark an- and ja!,ea nounced. a. newly discovered method of taking alcohol from petroleum. A revival of th edance as a relig ious form, a symbol of worship. Is to be introduced by the recto-r of one of New York's oldest Episcopal churches. St. Mark's in-the-Boiiw erie,,at the St. Nicholas-tide festival. Six young-women.r includ^pg the pas tor's tj^o ,daughter \vill glvera rittial .Annunciation, ''It is- -.audacious, .aid venture." says the nnkf nr in nonirwnm our Discount pure line^ cambric handkerchiefs, |^nitij|led, regular ^l.W quaUty. Picked 6 to Itm •!&%>'• )By boat 1 -S Clothes may^come Anddelves maf —•well, boiworn when 'they*, are old. ahd autOH .mwy: be economised on bik candy eattingjjoes-' Qn forever atnd know* no' ceiaping. Such at, least would se«m t© be 4he^ltory. employment ''figures for' Kew whioh 'haV A A Pongee Silks Bnjr Xmas Gifts Now itbry. 'of. the York which have Juk b^fen ^ublished. There have been cuttipgs down ,in. every other 'hrdn'ch .of i'ndustrjr'. '.. But not in- that t»f making candyi' TVentSr-. eight' per cent increase.-In tw|f' tftimr per of employes this year ISwr' is the' proud^port from/this factories.' .«? Tony Sarg's M4r1dnottps in '.'Rip Van Winkle" pre&ent.one qf the new est "theatrical" productions. i-:just couldn't be fhade to believe that there could be anything different In arty marionette show from the Punch and Judy of ray mother's, dhildhood, .until I went, scoffing, to 'sae. what Tony Sarg has done. They give the near est thing to a real" illiisioh qf 'any thing I've seen in a long, long .fim$. Yo« -actually dd forget 7. that' .'they "Siren in some way real. They strut,' sin, dance, and one even w6nt s,o far as .to- smoke 'a pipe.- .: Announcement is made of the wed ding of Miss' Mary Himmilbock. of Newburg,*N. D., and Edward F'.ade land .of Grand Forks, which occurred on Saturday afternoon in the'groom's home, ,618 Cottonwood street. Rev... David Stoeve officiated. The bride wore her traveling suit of hlue' trl cotiitg^ and her flowers were Ophelia roses and narcissus. Miss -Bertha Fladeland, a sister of the groom, was bridesmaid and Andrew .. Fladeland was the groomsman. Mr, and Mrs. Fladeland are now enjoying their honeymoon and will return to Grahd Forks after the first of the. yea* to make their home. #. Home made candy—fudge, pin-' ochie, divinity, stuffed dates, choco late covered cherries, candied fruit, salted nuts, etc, $1.00 a pound. Qall 1044-W.—Adv. Miss Eleanor Healy is expected to arrive home tonight from- Cedar IjCapid8,. Iowa,, to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, Dr. and .Mrs.. H.~ H. Healy, Riverside.-park. Miss Gertrude Pickett, whose mar riage to Otto Paul- Paschke of East' Gr^arid Forks '.takes place on New Year's day, was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower given' on Sun day evening in the home of her sis ter, Mrs. L. S. Bechtel, 816 Nrfrth Fourth street. There were some thir ty-five guests. An informal -evening of music and games was closed with the^»ervtce of a dainty repast. Assist irfg the. hostess were Mri W. Wilson and Mrs. Samuel Pickett. air 4^ 3k ,, .The Faculty /.Wives' club, which was to have met on Monday, Decerii ber 2t, has been postponed, accord ing to an announcement made today. The meeting will not be held until Let This Be Your Gulde For Xmas Shopping! WHe x"We A- Best qualities, imported natural,- all silk pongee, free from dust, smooth weave, 33 inches wide, in three weights. $1.00 $1.29 $1.59 yd Wool Blankets0$ What nicer gift can you give/ than a nice, warm blanket. Out specia.1, lpw prices will' prove interesting to you. A $6.95 $14.95 $17.95 Silk Robes andKimonas Plain silks, embroidered*silks, quilted and padded silks. Complete line of charming models at less 25% Discount •V.-^C The Xmas spirit is evident here. Complete displays in every section.. Incomparable, efficient, cout^eous' service help the busy Xmas buyer make hef gift pWhasesin a satisfactory way. y%pr--rm ""*n "JWwsWr' TOWELS HOSE. md WASH CLOTH^ Plain- white, former values Towels FancySateen Jusf r^eived 15 new pateriir in polor corti binatidns, that- are very dtffereik 3« am} 401 inches •syid^ Fine for blopmers.^ 85 and 95o yd. Percales and Flannels 36 c/rep, clean, snappy, Hfht tne yard Five Shopping Days J™1 'fx.,-": V?a#le weaves, Wash Cloths 2 for 25c 4ark patteras, 27-inch wiifte and cDjored, fine quality outing flanneL tWo O^F FOR THE XiMfD OF THi SOUTH. Now ..Tinker Bob was glad to ,star.t, for the.Land of. the South, but ho was sorfy to leave kjl of the Forest Cre atureB.behlndt He did not have room td take all of them with him for. the Magio Basket waa only big enough for left Major Pplc Cat and' Chier* Pork, ta look 'after 'the dwellers' of 'lite woodlknd Ull«4ts Should return in tlie Spring. You Can bet that Major Pore Cat would be on the Job, and if any,-of. the CreatureR of the Forejst. tried--to fool' With them there would be trouble, and ia. kind of trouble that they would not be expecting. "Are we' ready. Lady Duck?" in quired Tinker Bob as he looked ahoiit. "Quack, qvack, I think we are," was her--quick reply. "All right. We will leave O. Pos sum for Major Pole Cat and 'Chlef •Pork to-look after, for the Moon had Said he-could .not always shine at night So we must go when he IS Shin ing. Did yoit get enough things to gether to eat on the- way?" Tinker' wis interested in food for her. "Quack, quaok. I have some nuts and some apples and some corn and some potatoes. Will that be enough for us?" V'-' ,•/ ».•• will, not need any more than that," said Tinker Bob. "If we do we shall find plenty on the way that wo can easily get" "Quack, quack, I wijl say farewell to you. Major Pole Cat and, t,o you Chief" Porky, for many a time. ypu have saved my life in the Great, Fot-. est and I cannot forget your, kindness. Apd you, O. Possum, I Will say, you. were very, kind to me the first Winte?. I' spent in the Forest and I varri SMIIH Very glad for that time of happiness, and I am glad I could lay aA egg a day for you and the. young Fox children. Some, day you will be sorry'for all of the trouble you have' caused." "Now we are ready,* said Tinker, and-he took-Major P.ole Cat in his arms and hugged him tight, he -tried to do the same with Porky, but. the thorn .quills were sharp, that he bad to put him without giving, him & hug, Porky understood. TinkerTBob tapped the Stone of. Knowledge and the-Beautiful, ,Crea tuiw of His Desire came instantly. She had with her tfye wonderful. Magic Basket The King put Lady Duck into the basket first then he climbed ih dnd they were off to tho Land of the South. He vfeved hig hat to the' creatures below as they, were. lifted far above the Forest. r"What is this coming?" asked Tin ker as he looked to the back of them.. There they saw something doming toward them that looked like the let ter "V." Tinker had never seeh ''any thing like this before. Then Tomorrow—There Is Danger Behind.: ADVERTISEMENT. ADVERTISEMENT. S. B. COUGH DROPS Put one in^ yoiir mouth At bedtime Japanese Lunch Cloths 48-inch 95e Good quality blue print cloths. Typical patterns, an excellent Christmas gift, 72-i: 60rinch $1.95 Men's Neckwear $1.00 and $1.50 Corsets and Gloved The best niakes in ^each line. jgood prac tical gift for "Milady." Our complete stock and moderate prices will fnake your selec tion easy. 7 Xjnafl as* m&. •y-Jst. waved his ta^to tho enatafes ,y' li Chief .- I-s prere so down. .Chief:, v- *1' -inch $2.50 Excellent values in men's, neckwear, now divided into two lbts. :-We are going to close them out before Xmas. Values to $2.00. 1 5 Ivory Ware The 1?cst' American made Ivory Ware, originally priced at just a legitimate mark-up. We clo not Jto_0]rt^ an^r oy$r, the assort ment is still complete. Come in and pick out'any piece in stock at jLess. FULL FASHIONED SILK HOSE .V-il. Discount full, fashioned pure dye silk hose in Wool Serge •jpf iy not/the^^^ttakii^gs bt a wool dress for ,Ait wool French- serge, v§4 inches ^|de, fli^and^iack. Xmas CO Aff' special price, theorajrd, JLa^ies' e^tra fin^ qtwlitj^ur^il'ien Kan^- •s:jThes^rel*resent yalues to 75ccV-- bOK- itefo-.-sU--. ,• -tttii it "J \k.l ft' ,O.R7t SB 4| J" initialed. Kri M-S'f- ati.i. 1*$/ ..XiffvA'j.