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All news informatiofri Sor the wobieti'spageof the*mornlng edi
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Auxiliafy Meet
A large representation of North
Dakota women will attend the nation
al meeting of the American Legion
auxiliary to be held In Kansas .City
Mo., November 1 aftd 2
Mrs. Wineman, president of the
auxiliary post at Gralid Forks, has
announced thtut many will take ad*
vantage /. of the special railroad fare
of a cent and a third, set for all aux
iliary members, not Included in the
one cent a mile rate- Which is open
to all American Xiegion members and
to their wives, mothers and depend
ents.
Other .North Dakota delegates who
expect to attend the national auxiliary
meeting are: Mrs. j. T. McCulloch,
Washburn Mrs.- A. Li. Starn, Tower
City Mrs. B. S. Nickerson,' Mandan
:|iS Mrs. F. S. Henry, Bismarck Mrs. W.
Hunt, yargo Mrs. O. A. Hazen,
Larlmore and Paul Meyle of Wahpe
•W ton.
The auxiliary' delegates expect to
attend the-opening session of the na
tional American Legion .convention,
g' which opens in Kansas City on Mori-,
day, October 31.
Mr. and Mrs.. John Nikle announce
'the marriage of their daughter Eva
Pearl to Irving Dajris of New York.
The marriage was solemnized at
CrooWston, Minn., Thursday afternoon,
and both the bride and the groom,
were unattended. A buffet eupper
was served Thursday night at the
home of the bride'S1 brother and sistelr
in law, Mr. and Mrs Peter Nikle. 118
Budgo avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Davis
will spend their honeymoon in the
eastern part of Minnesota.
The bride who has grown to woman
hood in Grand Forks alnd attended the
local schools, ie veil known here.
A food, sale will be conducted on
Saturday in' the grocery department
of the Ontario' store by the Rebekah
circle. A good collection of Home
prepared cooking and baking will be
on .display and all persons interested
are invited to attend the .sale.
Mrs. Inger Ferestad left today for
McGregor Iowa where she will be a
guest of her son-in-law and daughter
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cowles (Lillian
Ferestad) Mrs. Ferestad expects to
visit in Minneapolis en route. She
will be away several weeks.
Misses Henrietta Conmy left Thurs
day for her home in Pembina and will
spend the week-end with her parents.
Other young women of the Alpha Phi'
House who will Sunday at their homes
are Miss Rose Real who has gone to
Michigan, N. D.( and Miss Lillian
Leith who left last evening for Larl
more.
North Dako'ta Alpha chapter of Pi
Beta Phi soroity announce the pledgr
ing of Miss Catherine Calosky of Man
vel, N. D.
A clever program of stunts and
Hallowe'en features, will mark the
Hallowe'en party to be given Satur
day night at the Phi Delta Theta
house, University campus.
St. Paul's social club will op^n its
meetings for the season 'with an in
formal dance' tonight "in the'Guild
hill-- The^tipftty'' wW^ibe Riven under
the auspices qiT St. Agnes' guild, and
there will be dancing from eight un
til eleven.
COT FLOWERS
For Any Occasion
FUNERAL
DESIGNS
Made on Short Notice
We are alive night and day
Phone 589-W Night Call 689-B
Grand Forks Floral Co.
XiMdlng Florlata
4X3 Sailers Aye. Grand Forks
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QUEEN FONDLES
BABIES BORN AT
MATERNITY HOME
Qnesn Mary with one of the tiny tots
at the new Maternity home.
Queen Mary and Princess Mary of
Great Britain attended the laying of
the cornerstone of the new Hemp
stead Maternity home. The queen
showed a motherly interest in the
home, taking some of them in her
arms.
ASSOCIATION HAS
ITS OPENING MEET
In the home of Mrs.
Redick, 504 South Fourth street, the
Past Nobje Grand association
Maple iLea'f Rebekah lodge, No. 3,
Thursday afternoon* held the first of
its meetings for the autumn season.
The hours were from three to five
o'clock.
&11 PeMcrti AvcT Grand Forks. N. PT
S S a $
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
-|3®: y9u'r Choice of 20
MiL
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Ladies' andMisses'
valu^to $4&50
fbndierson
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$®*v
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.00
Thes6 coats are not up-to-the-minute styles tot
they are g?°d stapte styles..
rSizes
Lice Back
Values up to $3^00
$1.50
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These officers were chosen for the
year:
President—Mrs.' Ellen Dinnie.
Vice President-^Mrs. Emma Rei
ton.
Secretary—Mrs. Florence Redick.
Treasurer—Mrs. Laura Richmond.
A question box on the constitution
and by laws was another feature of
the business session, and there was a
general discussion of the association's
plans for the year.
Hallowe'en effects were used to
advantage by the hostess in the fa
vors and room decoratlohs. At 5: SO
o'clbck, a prettily-appointed supper
was served, Dr. Nellie Bahlke assist
ing the hostess. There were covers
for twelve. Mrs. Harry Burton is the
retiring president of the association.
sTo
are 16, 18, 36
:CORSETS«
WCariysleR Holcomb
"r-.wmni'&w'-wfy
chuck SHOUIJDERS THE
„i:"'-'J' HUNTER'S GUN.
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'"What in'the world ar£ you doing
with, the Hunter's gun?" asked Mr.
Chiick. "I can't see what the king of
1
the Forest would want with a gun
when you krio^'that the creatures are
all* afrfeld of such things.".
"But jrou, don't understand, Mr.
ChuCk. You see the Hunter lost his!
gun and I am returning it to him. I
am not carrying a gun. to harm any
of the creatures of. the forest."
"Let me see th» gun, O King. Is it
anything that will hurt me?"
"It. will hurt nothing unless it. is
fired. Toil' can see for yourself."
I want to be able to tell my chil
dren what they shall look for when'
theiy see anyone traveling in the for
est." Mr. Chuck came out of his hole
to examine the gun. "Well, of all
things I never thought a gun looked
like that. It's long and r.ound with a
hole in the middle, and the hole goes
all the Way through."
Tinker Bob let Mr. Chuck take hold
of the gun "&ow- what's this thing in
the middle?" "Tf anything should happen to me.
That is,-the trigger that you pyll O King, my children would not know
when you want to fire the gun. You'd 1 what to do for the Winter. You see
better hot touch that or it will go off they never saw a Winter and would
and hurt you- Now I'll show you how'"hot be ready unless I should be here
to carry a gun when you are not using to.'.tell them what to -do.- The little
it. Lay it across' your, shoulder this
Way and hold to the butt of it. That's
the way 'soldiers march."
Mr. Chuck took the gun put it
across his shoulder and started to
march away. "I'll tell you," said the
King,' "You return the gun to the
Hunter and tell him I, the King, sent
it to a a to
of the forest with it or I'll call the
Great Spirit and the next time he
comes he will loose more than his ..j ^ln
g° t0, ael
thC
H^nler
will take the gun from me and
Women Urged to
Sigii Petition
ton, November 11. the aim of the
National Womens Christian Temper-
A communication sent out by Mrs. TrpaoifJZ. Ifr.83
Barbara Wylie, secretary of the North! Treasurer-Mis,s Katherlne Tuttle.
Devotional Chairman—Rose Rosen
burg.
Dakota branch, asks every woman
who is interested in the success of this
conference,to clip the petition printed
below, paste it on a sheet of paper,
secure the signatures of as many
women as possible, and mail it before
November 3 to national W. C. T. U.
headquarters. Bliss building, Wash
ington, D. C.
THe petition follows:
To Honorable Charles E. Hughes,
Chairman American Delegation to
International Disarmament Confer
ence:
"We, the undesigned, commend
the president for calling into confer
Fred^ ence representatives of great nations, short talk was given bv Miss Mary
for the purpose of entering into an j. i^ycock, who attended the Field
derstandlng or agree-ment for in- the "Y-" last summer
at' Fargo, as a representative of the
underi
tgriiational limitati6n' of sCrmament, t6
sefcure the peace of the world.
"Wle respectfully and earnestly pe
tition lyou. to use your influence to
hold the conference to the primary
purpose of the consideration of the
reduction of armament, not allowing
other issues to displace this funda
mental task."
Anderson are arranging an appropri
ate program of entertainment.
lie
All women interested are invited
to attend .the food sale to be given on
Saturday by the ladies of Bethesda
branch No. 1. The sale is to* open at
10 o'clock In the Colton-Wilder Groc
ery Co. with Mts. Paulsen and Mrs.
Hulteng in charge. Norwegian deli
cacies are to be on sale. The pro
ceeds are to go to the Old Peoples'
Home association fund.
,i •Y
&
Milliners
By Boise.
do •. not say ."Thumbs
down," but they do" say "primming
down,'* and then »'l trimming pro
ceeds to droop gracefully ffom crowns
and brims oyer milady's-cheek to her
shoulder or down the bac^ of her
neck,? They must have said "Trtm
ming down" In no uncertain tones re^
I oeptly. 4or almost every nev hit
.shows the tendency of all ornaments
to droop.
•.
Here are three bats of the dres
sier type. all of which feature trtai
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GRAND FORKS HERALD, FRIPAY, OCTOBER 28, 10211
"Tlie bole goes all the way thru/'
fellows, are pretty shy yet and'not able
to gather,all the things they need."
"But I thought, Mr. Chuck, that
yOu slept all Winter." said Tinker.
A I a
Sleep in the Winter time but I must
make ready enough food to keep us
^le°onVJ!
JtLake.
C^
slj°ot'
Be not afraid of that. 1 will be forest 'King followed him unseen.
with you but he will not sec mo. The
King of the Forest will protect you, Tomorrow
Mr. Chuck."
'lroSi
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us no more
°you
VARSITY CABINET
rUSt of
Ice the From then see
ae^ t0 it that
Bu,1l harmed by the Hunter, let us go
yOU
wi„ nol be
Mr. Chuck marched away with the
Hunter's gun on his shoulder, and the
—Mr. Chuck Delivers
the Gun.
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to fll, tHe
signers to
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A\,ANi*lttO!
flLLO
,, Following are the young women of
The names of ons million women the University of North Dakota who
to a, petition to the conference for the j,ave been elected at a recent meeting
reduction of armament at Washing-
vacancies of the University
A
y^ar.
cabinet for the coming
Community Service—Miss Margaret
Anderson.
I Social Chairman—Miss Marjorie
Watt.
Publicity—Miss Ella Moen.
Employment—Miss Nell Lundlng.
Finance—Miss Lillian Leith.
Flowers-—Miss Myrtle Sunnes,
Rooms—Miss Ixis Hosford.
Field Delegate—Miss Mary Helen
Cassell.
Recognition servjees were held at
I the close of the business meeting In
Honor of the new members, and' a
University Y. W. C. A. advisory board.
Miss Agnes Burgett, gave some,vocal
selections.
The Junior class of Grand Forks
high school is making preparations
for a party to be given in the Knights
of Columbus hall on Wednesday eve-
The first of a serirs of "Open House ning, November 25 in honor of the
Parties" which Delta Sigma fraternity high school football squad. Dancing
will give this year is announced for is to be the diversion. Miss-Marjorie
this evening. Hours are to be from I Cameron. Junior class social chair
eight until eleven o'clock. The young I man, is being assisted by the class of
women of Kappa Alpha Theta sorori
ty are the invited guests.
night the members of the junior
and intermediate departments of the
Plymouth Congregational Sunday]
school will have a Hallowe'en party'
in the, church auditorium. Rev. Law-
ficers and Messrs. Kenneth Jacobi,
Wiiriam Randall and Phillip Woutat,
in.'maLking arrangements for the af
fair,
:No'vember 16. 17 and 18. are the
dates chosen for the annual County
Fair to be given by the general aid of
rence B. Robertson and Mr. Seymour |the Mqthodiit church As chairman
of general arrangements. Mrs. H. W.
Simms will have the assistance of the
ladies of the five aid districts. A sale
of fancy work,
sewing will be
teresting features of the fair.
Meals wil.I be served in the dining
room each day of the fair. The
public is urged to attend.
The average life of woman has
lengthened by four years during the
last quarter of a century.
Trimming Falls From Brim
Of Every New Hat This Fall
ming with the downward trend.
The sma^.l hat at the left is find
ing .favor even In this most pro
nounced of "large hat seasons."
is a shiny black, novelty fabric made
On rather, tailored, lines but featuring
a very Sp&nlsh veil which has a soft
ening effect.' The veil, edged in large
black beads.' barely shades the eyes
and- then falls, in two long folds over
each. shoulder.
Slack, panne vejvet -with a large
oroifn and, small brim make*"the at
tractive lyur in the Center. The unus-
UmMeeting»^
Of Lodge Held
5
President-Miss Edna Hesketh.
vlce
President—Miss Lucille Allen.
Marquette Court No. 677, of the'
Catholic Daughters, of America, held a'
successful meeting Thursday night 'in
the Knights of Columbus club rooms.
The meeting was one of the fit-st reg
ular, meetings of the society, which
wasjrecently organised.
Mrs. Irene Paulson of the Fargo
Court, presided at the meeting, and
delivered a. message of Importance to
the new organization.
"Co-operation" was the theme of
her talk.
'Hollowing are the committees ap
pointed by Mrs. Martin J. Colton.
Grand Regent:
Entertainment Mesdames Earl
Robertson and Ed. Driscoll and
Misses Mary O'Keefe, Mary McDon
ald'. Mae Morrow and Miss Valerie
Sherlock, chairman.
Charity—Mrs. J. V. Hogan. chair
man, Mesdames H. J. Harvey. 'M. L.
Enright. J. J. Daley and Charles Fil
teau.
To Visit -the
Simon, chairman.
Sick—Mrs.
Mesdames
ihn
J.
Payne. l.«rr.v O'Connor, E. J. Brown
and Cleary Monley.
During the social. hour, which fol
lowed. grand-nola was played. Mrs.
E. ,1. Brown-winning high score. The
trustees served a light luncheon.
Misses. Eva Nelson,'. (Grace l^amb,
Ruth Wilder, Norma Saunderson and
Eva Saunderson entertained forty of
their high school friends Thursday
eveViin? at an informal party on the
Mezzanine balcony of Arman's Sweet
Shbp. The hours were from 9:30
o'clock, until 12, and they were spent]
in dancing. Light refreshments and
a a re at re
the evening.
Miss Marion Olin has issued invita-
tions to eleven of her little friends f6r
a Hallowe en party to be
tlll, It comes time to sleep. I never evening, in thq home of her par-
given Satur-
ente. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Olin. Hoy
hotel. The hours are to be from 6:30
to 9:30 o'clock and the entertainment
of the evening will be in keeping with
•the "spook season."
0
Interest To Women
London's force or policewomen now
numbers 113 members.
Mrs. Tom Wintringham, whose
ir/iire name will go down in history as the
second woman to sit in the British
House of-" Commons, was before her
marriage a school teacher.
More than four hundred girls have
been "turned to the right" by Miss
Mary Bartelme, assistant to the judge
of the Juvenile Oourt in Chicago, and
who is known as the official mother
to the motherless.
When Mary Adams died in London
the other day, after having served
nearly fifty years as a servant in the
royal family. Queen Alexandra sent
a beautiful wreath with a few lines ex
pressing her appreciation of the' wom
an's servicea.
The popular idea that the entrance
of women in the. medical profession
was of recent date appears to be'
wrong. The most important book on
medicine produced in England during
the Middle Ages was written "by St.
Hildegarde, a woman.
In a. field of nearly 1,000 contest
ants, Miss Olga Elkourl, a 16-year-old
Detroit girl, has won the world's typey1
writing speed contest for college stu
dents and employed girls. For ten
minutes she wrote 94.4 words a min
ute without error.
Atypical open-air English girl., with
fair hair and blue eyeF| is Miss Ed
wina Ashley, who has become the
richest young woman in Great Britain
through inheritance from her grand
father, the late Sir Ernest Caasel,
world-famous financier and philan
thropist.
A woman of Kennebunkport. Mt.,
has just celebrated her first birthday
at the age of 63. She never knew
the date of her birtlv until recently,
when she wroteto the parish priest
of her native town in Nova Scotia.
(She was informed that October 19
was fcer birthday, so she had her first
party.
THIS YEAR AN EXCEPTION.
Superior. Wis., Oct. 28.—Recently
when a Superior attorney through a
local newsjaper informed the Duluth
Street Railway company, which oper
atee Superior's street car system, that
lingerie and plain a Wisconsin Jaw provided that street
among the many in-j cars should.be heated not later than
October 15, the railway company
hastened to build fires in its cars. De
lay of heating the cars was made this
fall because of the unusually mild
fall weather, said traction company
officials, who feared that fires at the
particular time would make it un
comfortable for passengers.
ua] ttimmiqg is a. wreath of poin
setta-like flowers about the crown
with lopg rroijdB of burnt gooee sticks
ing oui wlthL a careless grace at ir
regular Intervals. Most of the feath
ers point downwards.
At the right' lea stunning hat for!
more 'formaj 6ccasioris. It is a Mack'
velvet shaipe with' a. round crown and j'
medium brinvtrimmod with' uncnrled
ostrich, which cover the entire crown ,.|
and brim and show the inevitable
downwanj droop aa they fall fr^m the
hat. i.
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For Xmas
Gifts
YOU SAVE BY
SPENDING HERE
READ THIS LINE UP
OF REAL VALUES
PURSES! PURSES! PURSES!
Saturday's Coupon Special is the best line
up of Purse values we have ever offered. Purses
of every description, including among them gen
uine Pin Seals. We will not describe them any
further. The public is aware that for real Purse
Values Odell's are always in the lead. Buy quali
ty purses Saturday at our low cash price.
Kayser Double Silk Gloves
Sizes 6 |6*/a|7 |7K1
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Covert 6 |6 |6™™)6
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Navy |4 |4 ]S 1
Gray 4
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Brown 1 in |io 6 |3
White 14 6 |20 24 |6
Black 3 118 !12 18 1
Middy Flannel
PAGEJIN^
28 inch all wool twilled middy flannel, scarlet and navy
blue, a first quality cloth
that you should buy, at
our low cash-pricls^.-.
the yard
36-Inch Outing Flannel
Percales
Heavy weight first quality bleached and colored outing
flannel, an excellent quality
for pajamas and night
gowns. Buy it at our
cash price, 6 yards for
36 inch standard quality percales,
light and dark grounds. This is
quality percale. Buy it Saturday
at our cash pfice, 8 yards for
White Tricolette
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36 inch good quality tricolette, white only, just one bolt at
this price, no phone orders.
We haven't enough to fill
mail orders. Buy it at our
cash price the yard.
Ladies' Union Suits
Ladies' fall weight union suits, bleach
ed and flesh, the wanted styles
in all sizes iBuy these super values
at our low cash price the suit
Before You Buy
LISTERINE,
7 oz. size.
RESINOL SOAP,
3 bar box.....
EACH
A surplus of these sizes
and colors permits us to
offer this super value at
this low price the pair.
Buy Kayser double silk
gloves
for real
wear
at the
pair....
•ser double silk
ticu auu wvivi vuuii|
$1.00
$1.00
ite only, just one bolt a'
$1.00
A suit, a dress, or a coat come in and see what real values
are. This is not an idle statement, our low cash prices will
convince you.
PACKER'S TAR SOAPj
3 bar box... .....
POMPEIAN FACE POWDER,
50c size
POMPEIAN TALC POWpER,
30c size
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