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Miss Evingson .. .. To Give Recital All news Information for the womeA'apage of the morning edi tlbn.of The Heraldahould b« lnthe hands of the editor of thitani* Wdrt S 'o'clock' ln the ewnlH( After that -hour Wesley college will present Mies EthelEvlngson, in her junior piano forte recital next Monday night, Octo ber 31, in Corwin hall. Miss IDvingsoii is a pupil of Miss Adalaide Okell.- Miss "Ausllga Sorenson, violinist, with Mies Valborg Aafchua at the piano, will assist Miss Evingson. Friends, interested have been Invited to hear this program: Sonata, Opus 26 .Beethoven (a) Andante con Variatloni. (b)-Marcla Funebre. (e) Allegro. Miss Evingson. Indian Lament Dvorak-Kreislep Miss Sorenson. Valse in A Minor.. s........ .Chopin Impromptu in A Flat Hungarian dance... William Haesche Miss Sorenson. (a) Uebesfreud............ Kreisler (b) Scotch Poem. J...... .MacDowell (c) Novelette MacDowell Mrs. C. K. Hills, 800 Belmont ave nue, entertained at' two t4bles of bridge on Thursday for Mrs. R. A. Ijong, who is' leaving soon for Okla homa. Honors were won, by Mrs. Harold Lamming. Mrs. Longs mother, Mrs. T. J. Healy of Fargo, was an out of town guest. .On Friday night-Mrs. J. E. O Brien gave a theater party In Mrs. Longs honor. A. *..* hours were from 6:30 to 9:0 Miss Geraldtne Babler was awarded the prize for appearing In the most attractive ^costume and Miss Madeline Larson received honors in the guess ing contest. Other guests were Misses Genevieve Cotton, Marion Bush aw. Stella' Huard, Edith Barclay, Fern Hawks, Lorraine McMahon, llene O'Connell and Elisabeth Wilder^ On Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock AOdcla chapter, Order Of Eastern Star, will hold a regular meeting in the Masonic temple. Maude Adams, w. M. Clara Warriner, secretary. .. On Friday a/ternoon'-- a regular meeting of St. Mark's liUtheran church Ladies' Aid will be held in the church parlors. These Women will be hostesses: Mesdanies Charles Roarig a E O a The Indies'' Aid' of St. Mark's Lu erAn church will makef plans for its annual Christmas baiaar at Its regu lar meeting next Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Anna Fadness .and J. F. Thor vildson will be hostesses at the meet ing and friends and members^ are .in vited. December flrst\l» the-date for the baxaar. It Is .to be held in the church auditorium. if,* vVA Acconrvpanied by her two sons, Jfr% home In Medford,' «6re-, foOowing three months' visit in Qrand Fork* with Telfetives and friends. .. Special music at the services in the First Presbyterian-church Sunday are a§ fpllows: Morning— "Grant Us Thy Peace".........Nevin -, -. .i Choir. "I Need Thee Every Hour" Hall Mrs Ruettrtl. Evening— "Come to Our Hearts And Abide .. a Choir. '.'Trust In IJis Love" Metcalf Mrs. Ruettell. Miss Thelma Gunderson is spend ing the week-end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 6. Gunder son at Aneta, N. D. The Ladies' Aid of St. Marn's Lu theran church is completing arrange ments for its annual supper to be served next Wednesday evening, from 5 JO 9 o'clock, in the church dining room. The public Is invited to at tend. Mrs* W. C. Menges, 214 Walnut street, has returned from a ten weeks' eastern visit. En route to New York, Mrs. Menges attended the board meeting of the' Women's Missionary society of the Evangelical church held August 23-26. She was called from Cleveland to Newark, N, J. by the Ill ness and death of her sister. Miss Tillle King, formerly of Grand Forks. Before returning, Mrs. Menges visited friends in New Yot-k City. Brooklyn, liong Island and other points. Miss Thelma Thortson and Mrs. E© telle Deichfert, Lillie were hosfcesses this afternoorr'1 ji- compllrtent to Miss Muriel O'KSeefe,- bride-elect. The. party They spent the afternoon informally. Mrs. J. Cr .'Brundiri gave a kitchen shower on Friday evening at her apartment in -tihe New Hampshire block for Miss O'Keefe. Fifteen of Mlis O'Keefe's most Intimate friends we|:e the guests. CUT FLOWERS I For Any Occasion I FUNERAL DESIGNS 'r' Made on Short Notice We are alive night and day M.W. Might OaU Grand Fork Floral Co. Leading noclsta iB BelKars'Ave.' Onil Mki •ers -©•y os *4 ./• jjg'BWsw vi^eae 1M1—Day BlgM or No Charge ADVBKTlSBttBNT. ..I.' •_!, .f Cutlciurai So«p TheGonipkxioii DO accepted for ^iblldttlbb on tbe women's page in the morning edition of the following As*. items *oi) be VESPER SERVICE—• Following an. old established cus tom, the Young Women's Christian association will hold bunday afternoon Vesper services during the fall and winter months. Dr. Eva Blake of the National Y. W. C. A. Health Education depart ment, will be the speaker at' the first Vesper* services of the year to be held on Sunday afternoon, in the Y. W. C. A. gymnasium at 5 o'clock Her topic Will be "Women's Foundation for Health." Dt. Blake is making a successful tour of North Dakota, lecturing to the high school \nd university students. She came to Grand "Forks from May ville, N. D'., where she has given a series of talks before the., students ot the MayvlUe normal. Every woman and gir.l In the city Is cordially invited to attend the vesper services.' At the program's close, a light supper will'be served. SENIORS SPONSOf HALLOWE'EN PASTY Under the supervision of the senior class of St James' Academy, a Hal lowe'en part* was given Thursday night in the academy auditorium for the. students. The guests appeared in costumes, and the scene was a gala one. Raymond Jeffrey was accredited the1 honor of wearing tbe most unique outfit of the gentlemen fcuosls. and .special mention was made of those Miss Margaret Wilder' was hostess-1 worn by Stephen Donnelly and Leon on Friday -night to ten girl friends at ard Larson. Miss Eileen Horgan won a Hallowe'en costume party in the first'. pUbce for costumes worn by the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.i. young, women, and! others wearing ?ut H. Wilder,- North Third street. Th« fltg 0f C'Q9. and the guests weire entertained with gamed, an auto rldfe and dancing. A light supper was served, with orange and black favors and decorations pre dominating.. special -originality and attrac- tlon were Misses Constance Meyers and Verda FargHarson. Orange and black streamers were festooned about the rooms, and twitch es, blaek cats and other favors, signi ficant of tbe Hal'iowe'en season, were used in. profusion about the hall. Thw hciurs were from 7:30 to 10:30 o'clock. .. Mrs. Agrnes Rhodes Sanford return-, ea this, morning from St. Paul wherQ she has spent- the past, week. .' Thie Women's Catholic Order Compliment to her mother, .Mrs. E. J. Lloyd, who celebrited her birth day on. Thursday, Mrs. J: H. Walsh wag hostess to a company of women on Thiirsday afternoon lh her home,' 118' Wateat'••ittreet. •on* were in evidence about the rooms and held place' In the luncheon ap pointments. In serving, the hostess was assisted by Mrs. A. B. Reinhart, and Mrs. t^elnhart's guest, Miss Nellie Kitchen of Liverpool, England. An informal dance will be held this evening at: the state university arm pry, the ftsual rules to be in order. A good 'orchestra will furnish the even ing's program. Students, faculty and afumni are invited. Holding,forth among.the affairs of special interest' to ohildren on to night's Calendar is the annual Odd Fellow and*Rebekah children's party, to-be given in the Odd Fellows' hall from 7:80 to 10:30 o'clock. Games, a program and refreshments are to be features of'the-evening. Perhaps the biggest feature will be the closing of the essay contest and the, awarding of prises to the three children writing the best essay on "Hallowe'en." Seventy-five children are expected at the party. 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 Mlfs Rose Real who has gone to Michigan. N. D., and Miss Lillian Leith who left tYiday evening for tarimore. This evening during 7:30 and 10:30 o'clock, the young men and women of Davis and Budge Valla will have a Hallowe'en party in the Davis hall .parlors.- Dancing will predominate in the erening's-entertainment and some special feature and favor numbers have been arranged. Miss Ruth Winters of Pembina went to her home in Pembina to visit took the form of a jelly-rtiower. and i'OVer Sunday. Other young women of wasgiymin thethome of MraLUliefij tbe mother, Mra ^.. peichcrt, Belmont gone home for over Sundav are Mill apartments. There were 12 guests., MUdred Bouvette, who went to Hal lock Mias Marjgaret Jjlelchto, Miss Delta Gamma house who have Mildred Udegard, to Cooperstown, and Miss Florence-Cunningham to Thomp son., Mrs. Samuel Shannon with her daughter, Mrs. Arnold Iago, and baby son James, left for Sarnla, Ont., on Thursday evening, to spend the winter months -with Mrs. 'Shannon's daughter, Mrs. William Patterson. Mrs. Patter son was Mdas Ethel Shannon, former ly of Grand Forks. Miss Naomi Cady is spending the week-end at the home of her mother, Mm Cady Hoop, 1215 Cheyenne ave nue. MJss Gady 'Is teaching science at the Wood row' Wilson Junior high school at Fargo. Thief River Potatoes Displayed In Cities Thief River falls, Oct. 28.—One of the biggest department stores In the Twin Cities is now featuring .Thief River Falls potatoes in 'its store ad vertising. The big mealy potatoes raised, in this section have' made their impression on the potato users of the bijr citMs,,' and the store above men tlOhed discovered the facit and so an-. nWno«i that it keeps only Thief Rtr- Ralls potatoes. LUMBER MILL AT .Bemidit Minn.,, OcC 28.—The1 Crookstofi Lumber oominuiy Mill, 'the tvrgfst ih tl^ls se*lon pt the state,-has osaped' opei?atlons a«d will remain clMM untlj'nsA apHoi. aeeordlngr tcf B. W. lAkln," superintendent of the \plant. -.•) "V ^1out !5t^%Ployes Will. be affected by this move. ...The jnill has been run -ii|n(B,vO^ *..- d.ajr-,/baW^' .bii'x, since: 'l«st AprlT, whereat in normal ttmes it oper^M^ bot.h day and night a« well Srtd'^eri\ptejr* letwceft ktid' 40d !tneii. .ThM firm. at present has 'no EVENING EDITION. GRAND FORKS HERALD, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1921 4- .ot Foresters win hold a regular meeting .on- Tuesday night, opening at £8 O'clock. A special request for all new members to attend has been made. There will be a social hour following the business meeting. MlSses Ethel Severson and Viola Anderson entertained .eighteen' of their boy friends- on Friday ever. nlng-.aj| a dancing.party in. the home of Miss Severson'a parentis, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Severson kit Belmont ave nue. From 8 to 12 o'clock were the hours, Mrs. Severson. assisted by Mrs. O. ,-A. Anderson, served, a light repast during'the evening. Hallowe'en effects and favors, Characteristic of £be sejuon, marked the alfiair. Jin 'defittfUi' plans for next spring's work.' the hem. A belt of crocheted flowers LOOKS LIKE A HALLOWE'EN HAT, BUT IT'S THE,LXtEST WINTER MODE By ESoisc. TTie bisarre in hats has arrived from Paris. It looks just like a witch's hat or a masquerade hat for Hallowe'en,, but in reality it is the newest mode for winter wear with a smart suit or wrap. It is quite likely to make the wearer look bewitching instead of be witched. 1Mb Model pictured here byCariysle H. Holcomb MR. CHUCK DELIVERS THE GUN. Said Mr. Chuck: "I don't know what my children-would do if I never came back. They Would be so fright ened that they would starve to death." "Please don't worry. Mr. Chuck, you will come back all right. I am going to be witly .y,ou till you present thtefgun to tfcgjf'Hunter. You are carrying it in fin? shape. It is only a little farther." They journeyed., on through the meadow to the Hunter's barnyard. When the chickens first saw Mr. Chuck they ran. to' their hiding place. And when the'Hound saw him he barked and put his tail between his legri and ran under the barn. Such scrambling you never saw. 'Tpithink that the' Hunter's dog •Shc^uUi run- away from a fellow like l|(r:" Chuck* Tyj&s laughable for many a time he had "tried to catch Mr. Chuck when he was away from his hole but couldn't do it. Now Mr. Chuck was In the yard that was home to the dog and he.ran. under the barn. When the Hunter heard the squawk ing of the chicken:) and the barking of his hound he knew that there was some strange thing in the barnyard. It was easy for him to tell when his dog was frightened. He knew that it was something out of the ordinary. Out of the house he went. He did not stop to put his hat on his head. When he sftWi' Mr. Chuck .coming around, Ihe TOTher or "tile b'ffirn'"with his gun »n hls.-shoulder .-he had a no tion to get frightened himself. Then he noticed that the gun was the one he lost while out hunting. That was the funniest thing the Hunter had ever seen. Mr. Chuck came straight toward him. He was not afraid. "Here is the gun you lost while in the forest trying to shoot Johnny Squirrel." It frightened the Hunter nearly as much to hear these words as it did to .see the gun on the shoulder of Mr. Chock. "Well, of all the things I ever saw I never saw a Woodchuck carrying a gun. Where did you And it??' "Oh, I found your gun where you left it. You were afraid when you Life Imprisonment For Two Charged With First Degree Murder Fort Dodge, Iowa, Oct. 29.—Guilty of murder in the first degree with punishment fixed at life imprison ment l.was the verdict returned by the Jury at 1-'3Q o'clock this morning for Elmer. Sweeney and Otis Goble. charged with murder last March 12 of Berthold Halfpap, Krocer of Fort Dodge. The Jury of ten men and two women took eight hours to reach a verdict. Bjr Elolue. French styles for the little school girl..are quite attractive this season. Dainty frocks and wraps have been imported which Will- Make the 'Uttlc miss look very sweet and charming on dandng sphool day or at the birth day party or in her "Sundfty best." Pictured here alto'.1 three little .French garments recently tirought over here. At jthe t4ght is a'sirm-rt wrap for. dress wear, in the center Is a little wool froefc- for sphool, and at the left is a, pleated georgette' for party wear. The party frock Is made of a deep. #4Lrm ahade of red. It is,box pleated, the pleats extending from the ncok to was'created by Amelia, of Paris: It is made of a lovely quaJity of silk plush. The broad brim and cone shaped crown are unusual in themselves and the trimming is in koeping with them, a pair of silk i'.u3h wings striped with silver ribbon. The hat Is a nov elty, but is -becoming in spite of its odd lines. "Here is the »rnn you lost while trying to shoot, Johnny Squirrel." knew you were d-oing wrong by trying to shoot Johnny Squirrel and you dropped it and ran away. I thought, you ought to have it for the dwellers of the forest have no use for a gun. They believe in letting everyone live &rho, wants to live so long as he be haves himself." The Hunter took'the gun rather re luctantly. He was not sure just what he ought to do. "Now I want to know." said Mr. Chuck, "if you will keep that gun out 6f the forest after this "Yes. I will keep the gun out of the forest if that Red Fox will let my chickens alone." "All right, Mr. Hunter, I will see the King- of the Forest about it and Red Fox will let your chickens alone." fclr. Chuck turned to leave but he only got as far as the barn when something hafltened. What do you think it was? (To be Continued.), Duplicate Signature Machine Put Into Use Pierre. S. D.. Oct. 29.—The first duplicate signature machine to be used by South Dakota state officials has been installed this week in the Auditor's office in the state house here. •£t will be used in the signing of soldiers' bonus warrants and all state warrants, making five signatures at one time. The machine is expected to simplify this work and permit one man to do the work which would otherwise require one or more ants. FRENCH FASHIONS OR SCHOOL MISS ARE THE MOST ATTRACTIVE I ©oves. ... The ,£xap to w^ar oyer this frock Is a capi-TlllW' Wat of belge du^e't'yn. BroRd .bands'' of embroidery on ^the flawing sleeves relieve the monotony of the neutral color. The Snug collar Ministers' Meeting. Monday 10:30 a. m. at the T. M. C. A. Speaker, -Rev. (3. Sprock, "Why the Foreigner Prefers the. Foreign Speaking Church in America." Bethel.-, Belmont' avenue, south side Bel mont school. Services Sunday fore noon at 10:30 o'clock. Sunday school and bible class, 11:45. Communion Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Sun day evening services at. 7:30. Good music and song by the string band. Come and listen. H. E. Engebretson, pastor. blM yy" °j 1 rTVm be° interested °hi 2™* Baptist, Church. John Gerald York, pastor. 10:30 a. m., sermon: "The Christi anity of Christ." 12:00, bible school. Paul- B. Griffith, superintendent. 6:3.0 p'. B. Y. P. U., Duane Squires, president. 7:30, evening sermon: "Exterminating Booze." Prayer" meet ing Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. First Lutheran Church. Belmont and Fourth avenue. The congregation joins with Bethany con gregation for a union mission festival at Zion church at 10:45 (English) and 3 p. m.' (Norwegian), Missionary N. Astrup Larson, preaching. Union Reformation festival at the Grand theater at 8 p. m. Ladies' Aid meets Thursday, November 3 at 3 p. m. S. L- Tallakson, pastor. Norwegian-Danish M. E. Corner First avenue and Chestnut street. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. 'and 7:45 p. m. Epworth league meeting at 7 p. m. A two weeks' revival ses sion will commence at 8 o'clock Tues day evening. Rev. B. Erickson from Duluth will conduct the services and speak every night. fmmannel Swedish I/utheran. North Sixth street. Sunday school at 9:30. English service at 10:15 a, m. Swedish services at 11:00 a. m. Reformation service at Grand theater at 8:00 p. m. Bible study in church parlors Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Y. P. meeting Thursday at 8:00 p. m. Confirmation class Saturday at 2:00 p. m. Bethesda Y. P. meeting at John Johnson's Sunday at 2:00 p. m. J. M. Persenius, pastor. Congregational Church. Lawrence B. Robertson, minister. 10:00 a. m. church school. Mrs. Robert Green, acting superintendent. 10:15 a. m. students' discussion class, under the leadership of Dr. Bond. 11:00 a., m. morning worship. Ser mon, The Costs of War, the first of a series of three. leading up to the time of the Conference on Limitation of Armaments. Music—DeKoven's "Recessional" by mixed chorus under direction of Mr. Beddelman. Heovey's, "Ijove of JesuS" by the male quar tette. St. Marie's KT. Lutheran. Corner International avenue and Fifth street.. Ernest O. Armbruster, pastor. Sunday school, 9:4S a. m. Morning worship, 11. Theme. "The Glory and Shame of the Lutheran Church." This being Reformation Sunday, the' service and sermon topic are of that nature. Evening service dispensed with for this Sunday to join other Lutheran churches in a joint Reformation festival at the Grand theater, 8 p. m., with R^v. Paul H. Rothe, professor of history at the Northwestern English Lutheran sem inary of Fargo. Scandinavian-Baptist. "Corner -Fourth avenue and Walnut street. Sunday school with adult bible class at 12 o'clock noon. Eve ning services at 7:45 o'clock. Month ly business meeting Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Prayer meeting Thurs day evening at 8 o'clock. Young People's society TYiday evening at 8 o'clock, W. J. Horner, pastor. Methodist Episcopal. George A. Henry, pastor. Preach ing services at 10:35 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 12:00. W. A. Mclntyre. superintendent. Epworth league at 6:30 p. m.. Miss Gladys* Froats, president. Mr. Henry wiU preach morning and evening. Morn ing subject: "The Road to Emmaus." Evening, "The Man With the Brain of taold." Public reception for Mr. and "Mrs. Henry, and Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Hutcheson at close- of evening serv ice. is a quaintly charming feature on the chin-chin style. Simplicity Is the necessary note needed if one would dre« children with tarite. and the -little school frock In the center Is certainly 'tres simple" in design. Marine s^rge in. one-piece makes the frock. It Is out with a flaring skirt and is. embroidered with rows of braid reaching, from neck to hem. Short sleeves und a square neck are other simple features of the frock. Lutheran Immanucl. 60S South Third street. Service In English at 10 a. tn, German service at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 9 a. m. The Ladles' Aid meets on' .Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Carl Bchroeder on Minnesota* Point. H.' t\ Buegel. First Church of Christ, Scientist. Church on Belmont avenue. Sun- day services 11 a. m. Subject: "Ever lasting Punishment." Sunday school follows. Wednesday evening service at 8 o'clock. Reading room First Na tional bank building, hours 12 to 6. First Presbyterian. Sunday school at 9:45. Dr. E. O. Nimlos, superintendent. Morning worship at 11. Subject. "The Marred Vessel." Jr. C. E. at 2:30. Int. and Sr. C. E. at 6:45. Evening worship I»MH|-R ":45. "The Railroad Situation." Prayer scrvlce Wednesday night at 8 a. m„ holy commumion:. 10 a. m„ 7:45. F. Halsey Ambrose. Sunday school, Prof. A.'J. Boyd, »u-j perintendent 11 a. m., morning pray- Bethany Lutheran er and sermon, subject "The Social zion IjUtheran church. 5ui V«. interestea in« anj Bethany congrogatlona dundav this study. Come and worship with us. All seats are free and strangers, are welcome. J. Watson, rector. Jolnt I Kev. N. Astrup Larson. missionary. homo on furlough from China, will preach at bot.h services. An offering for the mission building fund will be I taken at the morning services. Men's club next Tuesday evening. Prof. Broen wi'l be the speaker Young I People's league next Friday evening. Rev. Roseland of Crookston will de liver the address. David Stoeve. ANOTHER NIGHT SESSION ON TAX MEASURE FORESEEN Washington. Oct. 29.—The last rav of hope that the tax revision bill could be- passed by this w»ek had faded today when the senate resumed work on the measure. Republican leaders were determined, however, to continue to put pressure behind the bill and' another night session was in prospect. The capital stock tax section was on the calendar today with a long fight, promised. Senator Lodge, Massachus etts, the Republican leader, had be fore the senate an amendment to ex empt holding companies from this tax where it. had been paid by a subsidiary company and Senator Reed. Demo crat, Missouri, had given notice that he would offer what he termed a very important amendment. Senators Walsh, Democrat, Massa chusetts Reed and Edge, Republi cans, New Jersey, have given nbtlce that Uiey will seek to amend the cor poration normal income tax section, whieh was tentatively approved yes terday with the rate at a flat 15 per cent, after two amendments by Sena tor Walsh had been rejected by the same vote, 33 to 32. Search For Three Men Believed To Have Wrecked Train LaPeer, Mich., 0«?t. 29.—A sheriff's posse and railroad detectives were searching the countryside today for three men who fled from the scene late last night of th» derailment of the first section of Grand Trunk passen ger train No. 5. The men were be lieved by the authorities to be the train wreckers who removed a rail near Elba, three miles from here, with the result that the entire train, except one Pullman car, plunged into the ditch. Three persons were Injured seriously. The engineer observed from a dis tance' that a rail had be«i removed and Was able to slacken the speed of the train before it reached the spot. The engine turned over three times as it hurtled into the ditch and this so diminished the speed of the coaches that they merely left the rails and toppled over. The track was torn up for a distance of more than 100 yards. The injured, two passengers and the fireman, were brought here for treat ment. The fireman, severely scalded, probably could not recover, physicians said. Want Road Paved From Moorhead To Glyndon Moorhead, 'Minn., Oct. 28.—A move ment has been started here to bring to Clay county neixt year a reasonable share of the proposed state highway improvement The road in which most people are interested is the highway from Moor head to Glynton. It is proposed to urge that this stretch be paved. 21? DeMers Av$. i.t'O""' ":r -i?. N-t',: •A,J 1 mis_ for th? FirBt morni 10 45 N ice Sunda «ae mission afternoon at 3 o'clock, ..a-:, PAGE THREE. OR BUST, IS Hundreds of Legionaires ...... Already in City For. Convention. Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 29.—"Kan-," sas City or bust," became .the slogan'' of the American Legion today as its members moved upon the city for their annual convention, which begins' Monday. From east, west, north and south,1' by rail, by air, by motor and afoot' came the Legionnaires all drawn to one central point toy the bond of com radeship. Dawn found hundreds in the city, with each hour adding materially to-. the number of arrivals. *""N* Lieutenant General Baron Jacques of Belgium and General Armando Diaz of Italy are to be the first of the military men, from abroad to arrive. Their trains are due in the city Sun day morning. Monday afternoon Ad miral Earl Beatty of Great Britain is scheduled to arrive and later the aame'f" day will come Marshal Foch, who will-' be accompanied toy General John J.wf., Pershing of the American armies. ti re id a vi id go -resenting President Harding', will -v head the American delegation of-,,,^ nota'ble.s at the convention. Mr. Cool-i„„ 1 idge is to arrive Sunday evening. Today'p work dealt mainly with the cleaning up of loose ends, with espe cial attention to the parade on Tucs- o'1 day. Delegations from Minnesota. New Mexico and the state of Washington"^ were among the arrivals early today. Large badges were worn by the Min-j nesotans. MTNEKS HONOR MITCHELL. Scranton, Pa., Oct. JSI.—Virtually'i all the mineff in the anthracite region were closed t-oday as a tribute to the." -1 -,*• memory of John Mitchell, former.,' president of the United Mine Work-""' ers of America. Th? day is known as'"^' "Mitchell Day." Services were held in this city at the grave of the late"' ?i union leader. GIVE THEM Baker's Cocoa TO DRINK HE almost unceasing activ ity with which children work off their surplus energy makes good and nutritious food a continual necessity. Of all the food drinks —u good for older people. It is delicious, too, of fine flavor and aroma. Made only by WALTER BAKER & 60. LTD, EnabfaM 1780 DOR.CHESTER. MASSACHUSETTS Booklet ef Choice Recipes lent free LAST DAY Today to get your Christmas pre sents at practically your own price at the big AUCTION SALE Silverware Diamonds Cut Glass Jewelry Sales at 1:30 and 7 Buy Your Christmas Presents1 Now Ifl %0p*A :.'y:K- $h 5 r»h H'tii Baker's Cocoa is the most perfect, supplying as it does much vak a^ie material for the upbuddhg of their growing bodies. Just as •J MM. Grasd Forks, N. D.