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KA. 1 'ikt, :B4 EVENING EDITION QR INTEREST Beautiful Music |f- at Easter Services large crowds continued from, the early hour of 6:30 •m To WOMEN All ne.ws, information for thcv woman's pagebf the morning edl /tton of The .Herald should bo In tho hands of the editor of that page •jbefore 8 o'clock In the evening. After''that hour pO item* will be accepted for publication on the woman's-page in. the, morning edl tton of the following aqy. Women Singers To Regardless of the stormy weather with which Kaster Sunday was ush ered in this year, the services in the churches throughout the city on Ras ter Sunday morning were unusually ever rryi.de by a university musical or imprcss ve, the music of the church ganization. choirs beinR not1 the feast attractive feature rif the Easter day services. The Kaster parade to. church' Sun day morning, it might bfe said, lacked ttye vivacious colors' and* gala attire with which, it is usually marked, the reason licing the cold, stormy weather and because of the storm, the Wiliston. churches were not so well /filled The company, E. H. Wilcox, direc for the services throughout tho tor,- will consist of the following mem day as is usually customary, although 1 to the home .of Miss Grace Lv&ughlin, 313 soloist. __ North Seventh street In a. grouii of Crookston people Miss Veronna O'Gorman of Minot who came to'Grand Forks on feunday has arrived in the .city to he the. house guest of Mrs. Clare McLane at tho home of the latter's mother, -Mrs.' P. M. Cole. Miss O'G-orman will be in the city for several days. house truest, .of Mrs. Clare Mcl.ano at «'t, the Masonic temple by fat. Alaemar commandery last night were the fol lowing: Mr. 'ancj Mrs. C. L«. Bang, P. M. Cole is also spending a brief time in tho city with his family en route to Devils Lake from Fargo, where he attended the recent I. V. A. convention as delegate from ICen irtare. Mr. Cole will attend the I..'v. A. meeting at Devils Lake before re turnins to hi.s home at Kenmare. Man can Jive and thrive on bread alone—if it is good bread Barker Bread. Ever think of that Barker System Bakery I. Paperm«*t»T Mgr. 404 Pbone 1978 BeMara OraaA Fork! 311 DcMERS AVE., GRAND FORKS, N. ». W Like to wear garments that are exclusive '•«.• Tour State Thef University of North Dakota W6men's Glee club loft Sunday eve ning! op. wha| has been announced to be one of the most extensive tours Th"e Schedule is as follows: March 28, Sh61doif "29, l^aMoure 30, Oakes 31, liilnor April 1, 'Ashley 2, en routef'3, 'Bismarck 4, XeW Salem 5, Dickinson 6, Belfield, 7, Beach 8, Wib^aux, Montana 3-, Glendive. Montana 10, Sidney, Montana 11, bers: Agnea Aagenson, Agnes Berget, .churtfhVard Ethel Elv^ngson, Alid^. Hago, We have them in DRESSES SUITS COATS and everything women wear, except Millinery and Shoes Comt in and look around TAUGBOL'S IS ALL THftT IT COSTS YOU TO GARGLE WITH MY-KR0BAA""«Ptlc This is computed on the basis of a. oA9 dollar bottle ot My Kroba in which there is fully three hundred' gargles. "v ISNT'TWS REAfc ECONOMI? -y •. r Your mouth and tlirOat is the harboring place'Qf diseaie germs which cause sickness"and.often—death.' My-Kroba will kill these germs and keep j^our mouth ai(d throat clffltii You cannot afford to be without My-Kroba when |the co^t is only one-third cei»t p^r gargle. Excellent For Sore throat And Tonsilitis Dor- 12 othy Healy Eleanor Kelly, Olara Ny o'clock Sunday noon. Services were gaar.d, Odina Olson, Mabel Seim, also held in the evening in a numbir Kathryn ,Scott, Ruth Thurston, Marie of the churches.' Vale and Osa. Waien. Aside from this Miss Dorothy Wright will accom- A regular meeting of the. Kappa: Pa"y the club as special soloist, Miss Alpha Theta Alumnae club will be Doris Payne ,as solo- dancer, and Mrs. held this .cveiung. at 7:46 o'clock in E- Arhart as chaperon and violin lor Mr. and Mrs. Dryden, Mr. Vnd Mrs. A. A. Miller, Mr and Mrs. G. M.' Lumpkin, Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Keck, Mr. anil Mrs. E. A. Mills. Mr." ar.d Mrs. Peter Elset.lv Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Busterud, Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Mc Gregor, Mr^ andV Mrs. H. W. Hitch cock, A. K. Jones, Misses Marjorie. and T^ila Jones. Past Grand Master Tom Morris, W. I. Carlisle, F. H. Massee, Ed. Larson, Arvid Carlson. A. H. Carlson, J.ohn W. Anderson, H. A.. Mercy, W. A. Lyon, E. L. Peck, D. I». Ferguson .and S. V. Sorenson. A dinner for the Crookston visitors was served at 6:15 o'clock, members of St. Aldemar commandery cntertain-" ing. An Easter party will be given Tues day evening br St. Mary's club in the club hall, to which all young people and all friends of tho club interested in dancing fire cordially invited. From 8:30 o'clock to- l'l:30 will be the hours, and Emard's orchestra will p!,ay for dslncing. This is the first of to series of parties which St. Mary's 'club has, planned for the early spring season and much interest is being ^.manifested in the affair. Her cfrtnbs as reafl as Ruby's lips, j"Ahd free her movements from the hips, Free, swinging, proud her movements go As she struts ijither, to and fro. Her breast a wondrous stretch of meat, I And dainty are her dancing feet. —MY TURKEY. That fellow Anon, seems to have been a voluminous writer! Llout «c.rvic3 hc,d JMms» Bottle, l.ob by Your Drnggtot or Send Direct to w, MICR0BA ANTISEPTIC CO. -"fV •ki! i' Another woman- riiembcr of an old New York family ha® gone into busi ness. She is Cora L. Van Norden Coppinger. daughter of the late War ner Van Norden, banker and clubman and well known to miuiy of the oldest families of^. New York. Mrs. Copping •0r has taken her middle name, Lan'g don, for her .business name, and her business is a beauty shop. Her assistant will |ie a very inter ested an,d important person, her hus band, Capt. Arthur Philip Cop'pinger. U. S." A., resigned, formerly of the .famous First division, A. E. F. That is where romance touches the lirm. This couple believes firmly in partner !ship and they have gone into war, romance and now business together. At the very outset, of the war Miss Van Norden, who was, offered her services to the French a/id did hos pital work for them for months. Then"' she served .for the British in the same capacity. By that time the United States went in. and the Salvation Army was right behind tho First di vision, the first troops across. Misa( Van Norden always had" been greatly-' interested at home I'll the wotn ot that organization and obtained a transfer of her activities .in France to it. From then until the war wais won and afterward she was constantly wjth the Salvation Army, often in I most dangerous and exposed posi Hons. She ehanced to be assigned to the welfare (Jivision, or group, that. \yentJ to Toul in October *1917, to help keep iip the spirits of the men of the I famed First, division, which included her future husband, then Lieutenant! Coppinger, whose homo was Jersey City. "After the trenches, married lite1 and a. business partnership hold no terrors, for us," laughingly confesses: Mrs. Coppinger. British Hotncmaking. The1 British think, that homemak ing. has become a lost art over there, particularly among the middle and lower classes,'and they have suggest ed a variation of the' old saw, "Men Flicker Tales By J. B. Tnfft. A Sudden Change On Friday we were sweating. And whistling tunes of spring In gracio*us mood forgetting. The frost bewhiskcred king. GRAND FORKS H&KAZ.D, MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1921. HERE'S LATEST FRENCH FASHION IN PERAMBULATORS TO REACH AMERICA fv Howard Newman holding Howard, Jr., In his sedan chair. It was left for a little baby boy to introduce Paris' newest fad to the united States. He is little Howard Newman, Jr. He recently returned from ranee with his parents on the U. S. transport Somme. He returned in I state, as it were, in his own private carriage. Perhaps a "sedan chair" is a, better name for it. At any rate it is the thing in which he is sitting in the photograph. 1 7 We said, "This weather moves us To skip, unl kli l:, and dance Moreover, it .'jehjtivos us. To buy our r:abbat plants. "The women have their bonnets. All decked with quills and plums Ah, how they'll chant the sonnets. When Easter morning conies'. The kids have bought a rabbit, And colored up some eijgs They race, as is their habit, Upon their nappy lo» s!'' «v Then Saturday came roaring From out the chilly north, While snowbanks came a-pouring In endjtess legions forth! The women "hid their bonnets, Assumed a look" forlorn Then plum forgot the sonnets, Prepared for Easter morn! Our tabbage is forgotten, We all have caught a cough Nor will we don our cotton. Until the snow goes off! The St. Paul Farmers' Dispatch tells of "a new sect in Utah that believes in swapping, wives"-. Perhaps in place of being a sect. it is "an insect! •"Harsh Voices* Have Wrecked More Homes Than Harsh Faces."—Deerftig Enterprise. BJvidently me editor has relatives who are taking vocal .lessons. "No man ever acquired polish by( being nibbed the wrong way."—Ex change. Passing over ttie fact that there is no wrpng way tq a really polished man, may ike not add that the average fellow who does the rub bing is not aiming at the elimination of rough stuff! The -tongue of gossip should be held in place by a heavy neckyoke and be used only between two mules. "An angle may. rush in where male foot fears to tread".—Exchange. No right angle wppld be so rude, neither would a straight angle nor one that' is acute,—-it goes without', saying that such an (^ngle trni^t be ypry obtuse! An exchange tells of:|a "Bouncing baby boy" which arrived "on St. Pat rick's D&y*Y Bouncing? Perhaps it had the shakes that Ireland hasn't got! •'.••/ ."ri. Vi '.. ,1,. In speaking of Jackson and Van Buren owning .papers hich a6tel as their mouthpieces, Gol. George Harvey Bays, "This close connection betyreen tho presidency ^nd the press has not occurred since, ahd is. not likely-to hereafter". It certiiniy won't "here after", as editors will rdther scarce! "T,he French are talking pf discard ing their"' kissing costume".—Dee ring Cora, L. Van Xorden Coppinger. must wgrH apd women must weep," Sis a kind. »f. battlfe cry. It is to be, "Men mus&Xvork arid "women must sweep." The Sanitary Inspectors' associa tion! which seems to correspond to our district visiting organizations, are at work in earnest propaganda to induct women fo give up trying to work outside the home and to get to work again in the home. Artists \VcIcomc Women. Women's clubs are to be recog nized by the. National Academy of De sign at its ninety-sixth annual exhibi tion. The innovation is in line with the academy's ..idea, of a broad sphere^ of educational work.' it,—the movie stars have discarded their costumes and still d- lots ki.ss ing! Religion—Deiinitc AimI You Awili- Indefinite. The old-fashioned preacher lie had a sweet face, a heart full of love and a soul full of grace. He told of a place where the "saved" people go, and warned of a'region resounding with woe! He classified people as "sinners" or "saints" without any "maybes" or flat colored paints! "One roadway leads down to the devil's own Sate its wide but its crooked and sur faced with hate! The other leads up to the. regions above: it's straight, but it's narrow and surfaced with Love! Since Eve and hei- Adam were tempt ed and fell, the natural road is the wide one to Hell! Get. down on your haunches and pray it clear through quit all the sin business there's Heav en for you!" Tholiew-fangled preach- WEAR WITH l'OCK. SPRING AplRE floed a -Miatty bit of real genuine jewelry—or maybe,'—a string of beads to givcr it the re quired finish. Your requirements can be met here! we've a splendid •••v. line of NEW NOVELTIES, See par Window Display .Mesli Bags, Bar Pins, Hair. Orna ments, Ladies' Finger Rings. Pearl Nceklaoeti, Fancy Bead Necklaces. The-'' Diamond Shop "The Brightest Spot in Town" .joe RABINOVICH, Mgr. DfeMerjg Avenue 309 tirand. Forks N\ D. 309 Hemstitching! & Braiding Waist and Skirts MARY MCALLISTER iMiant ««oarny Bl«r. Vkon* MO iK* $'\u UK. v''V' 0t 1 with erftiless degrees, a dozen A .. r. ^, j.,any u. 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