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The marriage of Miss Ann LaRoux,
dn.uxht.or Of Mr. and Mrs. I*. LaRous
of Brooks, Minn., tind Loslie T. Cul
liton. son of M«r J.'Jl. Oulliton of
Rn»t Grand Forks, was solemnized in
Sacred Heurt Catholic church on
Thursday4 morning, Rev. IY. William
Kllnkhamm«r officiating.
The bride, who wore a suit frock
of navy blue velvet with hat to
match and carried a bouquet of white
rosea and valley lilies, was attended
by Miss Cella Sullivan, and the best
man was her brother, Telesford La
Roux of Brooks.
A wedding breakfast was served in
the home of Mrs. Culliton following
the service in the church, and Mrs.
Oulliton was assisted, by the Misses
Hosella Carney and Marie King.
Mr- and Mrs. Culliton have gone to
Duluth on a wedding trip, to be. away
for only a short time.
Out of town guests at the wedding
included: X. J. Pheffer of Milton,
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Culliton of Fargo,
and Mr. and Mis. P. LaRoux of
lirooks.
A committee from "the s'eoond dis
trict of the Baptist Aid society will he
hostesses at the general aid meeting
to be held in the church parlors on
Wednesday afternoon.
The South Side circle of the Congre
gMtional Guild will meet wit-h Mrs. W. i
If Witherstine, 212 Eighth avenue, on
Monday at 1 o'clock for a work !M?s
Mon. I
Mesdames John Benson and John
"oslund will be hostesses at the regular
'meeting of the Swedish Luiherare-,.
'Ladles' Aid to be held In the church
•parlors starting at 3 o'clock Wednes
:lav afternopn.^
The Girts' Glee club of the univer
sitv high'school will give.the first ot^
series of social affairs in the Women
LcHgUft rooms this evening, beginning
:it 8 o'clock., Fifty guests will be en
tertained and the principal diversion
twill be. dancing. Punch will be served
iluring the evening. Miss Carol Miles
is to chaperone the affair.
Air. and Mrs. G. W. Osbury and.
rfnrnllv. Mrp. Bertha Mc( ann and son. qj- ijp accepted KtyVeF
and the Misses
Walker.
'Louise
Merrlflf Id on .Thanksgiving day.
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The Genera.l Aid- soriety of the'
Methodist church will meet Wednes
dav afternoon in the pal lors of the
-hurch. The ..women of the Second
listrict will the hostesses.
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Thanksgiving eve and Thijtvd.iy
were marked by small sociil gather
ings In Davis hall on ^ho university
campus. On Wednesday evening",
Miss £llen Schimmin was the honored
guest at a four-course dinner served
by a group of resident students of the
ball, and Miss Helen Tracy entertain
eel eight guests at a supper party in
Thursday evening.
the hall On,
Congregational
Church
11:00 A. M.
Sermon—-v
COMMUNION SERVICE.'
•tt
Hj^N
QF INTEREST T° WOMEN
AU iiiews information for the women's' page of the morning
The Herald should tw in the hands of the editor of that page before
s'clook In the evening. After that Hour no liemn will be accepted for
publication ontha women's page in the mornlnir edition of the following
..
THANKSGIVING DAY
WEDDING IN E. G. F.
Helen and
Grand
,f acorn b.
oclr were
I). Hart of
("openhaver. all ott
antes'R. Binney of kl
Ronald (iilson of Arilo
»jrii
Korks. .lame:
•111., and Ronald
euests of Mr. :ipd .Mrs. .1
Tfi a

STEEL BEADS ARE
TRIMMING DE LUXE
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The Luther League of the First~
J.utherari church will meet for a so
cial time in the church parlors on
Wednesday evening. There will be
onlv a brief business session, follow
ins which the Misses Moliie MarkeSI
•unci Helen Olson will have qharge of
'the entertainment. Mrs. G. M. Cnlahi
•will serve refreshments.
jJj j|t
ft IX#BSC.
CsS 5^^^0 UT™- tnf.-Jr.lniE
.they were guests on TiiankBgivinc difff-
go to Grafton tomorrow, wiier-e «m'
Mrs. L. H. Taylor is suffering front is teaching In the high school, mc
sprained ankle resulting from a fall% Miss -Aura Chaffee., who i» a
She had just recovered from a weekls
llness previous to this misfortune. '.
of' the Hilisboro public school staff.
will leturn tlierc.. While-here
Misses Chaffee-arfe guests a^the Gam
ma Phi -Beta house.
Mr. and lies. W. Van Court.
versity avenue, had .as dinaer sje*a
Mrs. A. T..Vinson and Miss Hilda
Thorson entertained 24 .young women
in the home of Mrs. Stinson on Friday
evening in compliment to Miss Anna
Olson whose marriage to Ole Odegard
will Occur some time this month. Kor
entertainment, the guests staged a
mock wedding' during the evening,
and, they si^nt part of the time in
playing (fames. Refreshments were
served in conclusion.
*0. K. Otnlie of Ievils Lake is here
as the gt^est" of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Boyd. 612 Cherry street, and Mr. and
Mrs. B. C. Boyd. 808 Lewis boulevard.
3j{ s|{ jjt
The North Dakota Dames'will be
entertained««in the hofne' of Mrs. W.
G. Bek. Ha ni
line a,v&nue. on W-ednes
day afternoon. Mrs. F. M. Garver is
in charge of the program, the subject
of which will be "Now Blementary
School Movement."
$ .^e )|r
Mjss Myrtle Haugom, a teacher in
tKe schools at Churchs, Ferry, N. D„
is spendinjf her Thanicsgivlng vaca
tion in' Grand \Forks.
j|[ 4c
The Bethany/Ladies' Aid will meet
at 3 oVlock Thursday afternodn in the
parlor^ of the church. Tbe following
worrifn will entertain: Mrs/ Arthur
'Amundson,' Mrs. John Eikhoflf, Mrs.
C. Johnson, Mrs. B, O. Paulsness and
Mrs .C., Rogers.
Miss Mary Borusky, who teaches
school at Edmore,. 'is spending the
holidays with friends at the unlver
sity.
"Miss Marie Vale, who teaches in the
hignehool at Valley City is with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. /Vale, 128
Fenton avenue, until Monday.'
"K..
The marriage of Miss Sarah S. Mc
Doriald to Prank B. Warnke, both of
Emerado took'place in Grand Forks
on Friday,, afternoon. Judge L. K.
H&ssell rmdlnar th*. k^rvIcA
There will be a/regula*. meeting of
Acsfcla chapter'No. 12, O. E.^R, in
th^ Masonic temple on Tuesday even
ing, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. All
moihbars are urged to attend. Signed.
Lotta Randall, ,W, M.
Adams,- secretary
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Vfrj- wcn'Tj "'..IUK -MCTaoiT. Tn11'
R,.-rrmp,aTi3 i*ru«r7
to the m, miuuj? cb
onda". Srrriuk iwn^
form a Sc-s?r *i." in- mi'
line the r.».-V3iiif -nr fnH*. 'Irtinr
models tnsb-i-y aiv-nvor- «m
bn-idery in 0«ii»»nK «1" noif
in stwi bfads. Blar.b und f?rs.~ veVvw
are best set off In' Ihew EltttermF
bea ds.
This sl^evplcRf: mofltll. -whirr tF -nrc
lor -nuD--wmpr
wear, boasi.« a Peruvian aesipii rt tic
glistening cut steel. The •embnnde-:
covers the bodice, which is ctr. rtr
straight lines to ihe hips. Tiir «iii^
panels rif the- skirt are ulsn eir—
brpidered..
Maude
THURSDAY
DEC. 7th
1 (IU V.
vifv K^i
i:• If 'M
YOUNG PEOPLE DID
TINE WORK IN PLAY
AT ST. MARY'SCHVRCH
ihii-aocir wai«.'h £.« portrayed Thore
-.vn. liirje o!T ar.-.t teurishni-oi in Ray
mond: uupt rsonation of .Tohn
rn--. rhs 'rrL'j-?ift?n foster oroth'-r of
sViim. El" "dii.nil.cu his part mastcr
iiiilv :i» 'fi'f i»vt Walker in the role
•nV R-iiJl'.'v
in- T*ir!t'"y r.ca«. u.
:r
Tt»TO mrftoamm in T^xurnnar. x.Tdi Ias«~
"Misses Aura and Hazel Chaffee aT» «sn itm. jnsM jut? trie- woods. So when I find one of
here to spend the week-eiul. The,: -r-Btit-nr iC" rtai» -'Jxj ?ic K£ni«r •li.'-'a'K turkey n_?n» wandering round
'came in Friday from Hillslioru. wiie**•: .^bcbl
brood. I jus: jump on one,.
Mrs. F. A. Cameron. Fuller apart-, of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. SarAes, ,unfit: J-i-ma *3. .-Ki-acjar her ug me. I hope 1
ments. has as her guftst over the week their daughter. Miss EleamBr Saiilet •itf .,3ir3ia: 3triipst.iE da^urrsx^ qjrxf at ss»I. rcn across a brood today, for Enelioh a ll-fi Mr N'vhim
»nd Miss Dorothy Cooper ofi'Lakota. Hillsboro. -Miss Ha*l Chlft* wJ3'„omr^sBCT maatsr stas are nott delicious things in the __ -t. Sundav
JL _ji rr, sS? *a m* k»eaLit. ouuuay
J, a-mB t: Cf55*dk_ ftSli
•vriz? titir uri 5&*ir• a
si* raKBi?.. Jfcas
TMXLZS -r-i.--f .f
s2S".f«4 ly js-itrji Tr^-^s
».uf vzV: ti
icSma&e Pnestivrr. x-zii 5£r$. Tlasr^aT Y.
si Hi-.cfc-
rr-
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id lljS. «1.K&E2E s— t^2
irifie OSssac Br.iS its®
on Thanksgiving day Miss Margaret:
Cable, Miss A. Hodge, Miss M. Perley1
and Prof: H. Foster Jones of the uzu-i B«nc«a
versity, and Miss Myrtle Hi Ilea tad wf|
tlm TT C* A 2 A33C«
schooi X.- I— 3.^ i!'-"
spend h4r Ttte'ssgiTittz Ta-saison
her Miss E:e^ Osfat
AJmont aveiitae.
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In recogcitior (.
birshdax annivenar:.' vhi r-YF
nue. on Friday evening. The young
people played- whisi dunag sfce ever.-.
Ing. and the Jiostes*' mother. Mrs.',
George H. Wilder, was assisted in1
serving refreshments by her daugh
er. Miss Ruth Wilder.
Miss Marlon Wilder", who teaches'..
art in the Valley City public school*.
is here with her parents over Sun
Mrs. David Harriavt Jessie Brooks)
of Charleston, N. DJ. is here to be
the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
M. D. Brooks, 818 Cottonwood street,
for about two weeks.
Mrs. D. Halvorson of Detroit, Minn.,
who has been visiting in the city with
her sister, Mrs. H. Xorley, 815 Xorth
Fourth street,Vand with her mother.
Mrs. J. Aaker. 405 Cherry street, for'
the past month, has returned to her
home.
t*
Mrs. Alice Murphy and her., daugh
ter, Miss Frances Murpfcy, "Vfemon
avenue, have gone to Long Beach,
Cat., where in the early, spring the
marriage of Miss Murphy to Homer
Dixon of this city,''will take place.
Jjc )|c
Mr. ffnd Mrs. R, L. Ireland',- \180
Reeves aveiiue, entertained as their
house guest over Thanksgiving, the
latter's mother, Mrs. Charles Lawr
ence of Wawbeck, Basic,
The~~annual bazaar of Pi .Seta Phi
sorority is being held-in Guild hall
this afternoon, slid
1
includes, be-
aldies fhe sale of fancy work. ca*ndy.
UohiMOn, v(ce president Miss'Frances
Owen, secr«tary Miss, Loretta Copps,
treasurer Mrs. W/S^M^Kee, financial^
Mrs. O X). I^ockU
s«»cQt|Te
«wntB
secretary Mrs. C.-\». Lpcltlli|f,'«r.. ^in. Frank Griffin,
A
Mrs,\'.jf M. Cullittfn
-tAr thw wlVes. MrSi, George
tfr tHe ststws, Hiss Nelliet
MUm Qrmce Dtlon? e/es^n«ion
•umw bm ud flns, ind ,4f the sftv-
ejosi
«trtn«. the
.*n«j
fc
Rill
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aVi unusual display of native ability.J
was made by the young people who i'
presented "Fof the Love! of Johnny," I Billy nlbb)ed the paper off the
Harry Hamilton's dtama In three act*, pies, and. then his tongue touched
which was given UiVler the ^usplces- something that was sweet and do
of Our Lady of Lourdes sodality in liclous. In -fact, It tasted, better thai
the auditorium of St. Mary's- church Anything ho had'ever eaten inhis ,llfe,
on'Friday evening, and besides, the and he nto every bit of It and. even
credit, which Is due the cast in the
1
production, too much' cannot be ,uid _ped lti.
for the work of Mliis Thelma Bonne-.te ""I don't fonder Bobble likes plea
who directed the rehearsals. jso much. Guess I'll try to find an-
The three acts of .the play had their i0'*!?1 ..
plaMng on a* ranch in New~-Mexlco f?
Johnny Banks. In the course of th .•
play. It developed that Kthel na'l
Johnny were /iiot sister and brother,
rtnd it also proved that Johnny was
the brother of the community priest
who had boon tried for tlis. murder of
a, villain who In trying to wln tho.love
pf Ethel, took strenuous means to g^t
rid of Johnny.
Miss Cecelia Nestor in th* role Of
the stepmother, ^played splendidly,/
venting her IU nature without discrim
ination upon with Whom she cum-!
In contact, and her husband, ever
shrinking' and submissive,1 was well
depicted by Ralph/ Walker. Miss!
Katherlne LaValle. well Impersonated
the young woman In love, und Stuart
Bucgh. sis Phil Osborne, the.^young
tnan upon whom she lavfjhed lifr af
fe.tlon. Introduced much humor all
luring the performance. He was the
brassard and was much afraid when
Janger nresenicd itself, but with his
crsnk a.'owaifc of dislike for "Ma"
Banks, he won a good deal of ap
plause-
Miss Helen LaValle took cxcept
Lunally well to her role Df the mis
nr'iated niece, whose kindness of heart
~th_rougVi hei' many misfortuni's.
Iir Bter sev. il touching 3ceij«*, she
._ ,an4
weii .-nl \»on sympatuv for the the'fence, but he cared not. for right
before hini in the high grass lay
luscious custard pie',
»rr:::i t-iua'
s.'-.i.. 3"". '.-rrc ti.»
Ur .iHrna-T ls.
r".
nio»*r-, tirsn.
"ii- -^anEr ti
:irra:
n'T.—
--to?
Mi-
rn»™.
,aVra J"
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He was busily eating Tt When he
was startled by the sound of a voice
in his ear. which «aid:
"Why, Billy Whiskers. I .heard
Miss «"o,n»lii Hoylolyou were dead, but here you arg^cat
tri'iin..-. who ing up Master Bobbie's pies:"
-rr-iir .tun^SJhif t* the u»u.-tKv of And turning to look, he aa«|
'V.-c-'jun, TriJjatTT. thus freeing the Chatterbox picking her rfay ai
-\:ur ••-. arijoI in r-t role, and across the muddy road. __
it in* ciiflT'-i't. Srjirsctpr oL Mr. Way-j "Weil, who would have" expected
I'-r-t. Srt»n s.icf:!• that (to see you here?" said Billy, unde
•apsiii'" iit'-r. roif was citled whether to be angrier glad to
,,,,.
in the see her here.
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FORKS HERALD, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2, 19
ir lv Ki clfavib
^Ul^npiiS
brKran
cn^MO MMitco
mcri-.
a
licked the paper: it had been1 wrap1-.,Morning
was
where Jerrymeyer Banks, very had ,thrown yiem out _ot. tne cart
"much hen-pecked husband and his Pratty close togeOier, but alas, they
second wife, the ill-tempered step- were all out of his
mother of the former's' daughter, alongside of the road.
Dorothy, lived with Dorothy and Mr. up and down
Banks' niece and,nephew. Ethel and again
Co
reach, lying
the fence
ind ngaln. but could 'And no
get' ,tlyough. ~so he decided
to crawl through between the wire*,
even If the barbed wlr% did scratch
whale of hair
through with several bad scratches
,e^
buSiches of hair sticking to
Miss
faintily
And pray why not I as well as
anvfjhe else?"
"Because I though cats never wan
dered so far away from home."
i?tn '?f wEj *"h f"und "I am not so far as you Uiink. It
[is only half a mile across fields, while?
it is a mile bv the road. I often come
tiTOiniiicmem ir»i« i'ist htva md» lover her? .to see my mother, who
tT Tim—::u¥? 'if Slrr. FnrrU- Kijic tiv^s in "that jtIIOW farmhouse you
rTsant ~7r'-3. L. LiTrsrrnm •,rtin see on the top of this hill." behind
:h«TTOi. D-
r''irmt»r
Forks the trees." she .explained, "'t.love to
-nwMoif. -rrxicn -noii 3iai— TKiE.«s- rome over here as tlter" are lots of
n,.,- •«-,-»Tr.nc .'nossrun. SC-in. "n»r« fa
T.-^rr* .ii" kitrajdanrs
ii- am ilra. [amr-Tn r'»r.-a.ni'!tX iar? a nice young turkey dinner.'
din"«
tUrrkhyi
..b«roa_ N- one I help myself to it You
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Ljzsrr-xm T«il i-nnVTT frjraatf. r-rfSTk^y* for Thankssrivin? up where'
iSiiraat- vai». airrnnriy •la^iTtets^nay m.j:
Tiir-Igf .TnnrCTitaTT r-.fr*r~ real their nests and hatch ,a
nisi. Tt iwnn -1 7 .i-3'7(i7. 's-nry*Hi :n "h-f. lields or on the edge of
Aft? triPtT- np«tc nnn brtfrh n-
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JjdSax&Gtiesl
THE SCOCT3I.VSTK1V.
Thtre isn't any pay for you. you serve
r/1
St. Paul's Episcopal..
First Sunday In Advent. Sunday
topic, "The. Man Who is Nof Busy.
F. W.^Goodeve, rector, v. fj
First PresbrteriaU.
.' Sunday school at 9:45 ^Miles K.
Lander, superintendent. Mornings
worship at 11. Communion and re
ception of members. Sr. C. E. at
16:45. Evening service at 7:45. Sub-.
Ject, "Meroz." Prayer service Wednes
day night at 7:45. .F. Hajsey Apubrort.
'.First Church of Christ, Scientist.
Church on. Belmont, avenue. Sun
day service at 11 a. m. Subject, *'God
the Only Causey and Creator." Sun
Hay school follows morning service.
Wednesday evening service at 8
'o'clock. Reading room. First Na
tional Bank bldg. Hours, 12 to 5.
Lutheran, tmmaauel.
608.South Third.. "Advent Sunday.
Bnglnh service' at 10 a. m. German
communion service at 11 a. m. Sun
day school at 9 a. m. The Ladies' Aid
-meets on Thursday afternoon at the
Arlington hotel. Mrs. H. Knutson,
hostess. H. F. Buegel.
Bethel's.
Belmont avenue. 'Prof. E. M.
Strom will preach at 10:30 a."m. ^nd
Prof. E. M. Broen Sunday evening at I
7:SO. Bible class and Sunday school.]
11:45. 'T. P. S. meets Tuesday. 7:^5 I
p. m. Prayer meeting every Wed
nesday evening at 7:30.
First LullicnyK
Belmont and Fourth avenues. S. L.
'-(^Tallakson. pastor. Sunday schodl at
"'9':45. Adult bible class. 10. Mission
festival with sermon by Rev. G. 'R.
Estrem ot Cpoperstown. Special .music
by ahoir-and soloists.- Evening worship
at 7.45. Visiting pastor preaches/
St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran.
^orner International avenute
and Fifth St.
Ernest G. Armbrusterrpastor. Biblq
school 9:45 a. m. Morning worship
at 11:00. Theme: "Why Christ
Came." Evening service at 8:00 p. m.
Theme: "Is There a Hereafter?"
Special music. Cordial welcome.
Baptist.
Morning worship. 10:30. Speakers.
Walter STchlosser and Miss Beatrice
Johnstone, in .Uie interests St Edu-
,. .cation week. The American Legion
T'C „fVn lar -h.L0a^ post~avill attend in a body. Bible
cross, and I often get a chance to
lwith
^r
ralW
"T
,0?
of
and'he
old-iurkeyS
pastor.
men who toil for gold*
in a dozen different ways your
service shalt tie told.
I You'll read it the faces of a troop
ot
.u
Tou
rtf,ron
dsiy. At this lime she fs to be in
itiated into Delta Phi Delta, national
art sorority just being installed at the
university.
in ^e/Pleasure of a
m"",v 1"vo
dozen manly joys.
And down the distant future—you will
I surely re^ul it then.'
Emblazoned- through the "service of a
band of loyal men.
Five years of willing labor and of
brothering a troop,
Five years of trudging highways, with
"the Indian cry and whoop.
Five years of camp fires burning, not
alone for pleasure's sake.
But the future generation which theee
boys kre soon to make.
Thc I.ulhcran Free Church.
Corner of Cottonwood St. and
Seconds Ave.
and. pastor.
ices Sunday forenoon at 10:15 abd
wfll
school and bible class
I after services. Services Sunday, eve
ning at 7:30. Prayer and bible.study
sseconai,Ave.
pr baoy turiieys and goBoie it up !n»l Hovlanil nistor VnrsA serv
ic„
bl£
They have no gold to give you
when age comes on to you
They'll give you back the splendid*
things you taught them how
to do,
They'll give you rich contentment
and a thrill of honest pride
And you'll see your nation prospdr,
and you'U.allHta satisfied.
("Copyright, 1822 by Edgar A. Guest
Miss Dorothy Bunnell of-^Minne
apolis arrived this mominrf $ to In
stall the local chaputr of Delta Phi
DeUa,"honorary ary -fraternity. In
stallation will take place during the
afternoon, and at 6:4® o'clock there
will be a banquet at tbe Commons.
The locat chapter of Delta Plji'D jIta
•wlir be made un of a group of ."s
from the Sketchers club, and there
will' aitrb be initiation or Several
alumhae of the institution who were
forrtierl" members. of the Sketchers'
club. '"Hie pietlficn of the local group
was accepted at'the national copven
11
tlon last/suiymer and notlilcation of
the time of the installation was ieT
jselvedvhere last week.' There are ij,'
young women to bcvinlnted this after
noon. Miss Mary Gowran is pMsldeat
of the organization.
The American Association of UnU
versity 'Women' vlH .-.meet SsXurdriy
afternoon -with MVs. A. ~H. TOder, 187
Beeves avenue." 'There-will b« a spe
clal Chr)itmaS( program in jchargtt of
Mary L«ycock,*mnd john Adimi
fail
rogra
must
will be'Mrs. Wiliram
Budge, chalriqih MiSs A, T. Hanson.
Miss Perley, Miss B*rnlpf Ball and
ohaplaln. ahd Miss Lillian Bttdci/ Ms- 'Jit'-.A
t^rian. .fy"' Mr. ahdilrii. T. », jtulttt uj
to Mbi«sent the metfaers oii the jamiiy ,©& Glasston. 'aiid -Mr^ ni Mri.
V.vi':.v'-.
D. Ai Mensies o^ Bamihon are house
Mot
WK^dlirti.'ac^rM
aver tne^weeK-ena
Oii ^eijbieeday, 8am Rice flf .I^om*^
D.JtoP^*d *tith-Mr, and Mrsv Met
utb ta Uttle Vlls,
''i''£/
li,#'1 JI fX"T'- A
•'S'
'was «stab
ewTfork-c
J'*5 5
Sundav forenoon at 10-15 nfer
Wednesday evening at 8J o'clock.
Services at Bardo church Sunday
forenoon at 11 o'clock. Confirmation
class Saturday morning at 9:45.
BeUvny Lutheran.
Zion Lutheran church. Corner of
Chestnut and Fourth avenue. English
services Sunday morning at 10:45.
•Norse services Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock. English Sunday school and
bible classes at 9:40. Norstf Sunday,
school and bible classes -at ~12.. Mid
week devotional meeting Wednesday,
evening. Ladies' Aid next Thursday
afternoon. Miss Stueland, a mission
ary home on furlough, Will speak.
David Stoeve.
First Mehodlst Episoopal.
Rev. George A. Henry, pastor.
•Morning worship, -1/1:35. Sermon,
"JesUs: the Roman. Grecian, Jewish
World of His Day," pastor. Sunday
school, 12. 'W. A. Mclntyre, superin
tendent. Epworth league, ,6:3.5.
Eraiest D. .Coon, leader. Topic. "Ep
worth Herald Day." Evening worship,'
7:36. Sermon, "Jesus His Birth And
Childhood His Temptation And the
Beginnings of His Ministry." pastor.
Postlud
continuinf our contej
the
I should like to know pvho wonld I TT e-ln Fmnlnr
CHITRCH MUSICT"1
—i- ——4
baptist.
Prof. H. J. Hurnpston^, director.
Morning.
Anthem—"Send Out Thy Light" ..
bSolo—"If With All Tour Hearts"
Elijah) •-S. Mendelssbhn
Howard DeLong,.
Evening.
Anthem—"Sing Praises Unto the
c:.p,•' ifo Mshman^prganist.
^ra: Foster Xrako^lre6t^o
vc* '1»ies uriiKE-
Mmdenhalt Memorial Presbyterian.
Bible school, 10, a. m. Preaching'
service, 11 m. Subject, "Prepar-^dreds of settlers throughout
ation of tlie World For.Chrtat.'" Fiuit ltconnty aa "Porcupine1^ ^Hnmle, l«Jt
"4Advent. W. N. Glllis. supply. his life Thursday night) in a fire tnar
V"
^ConKTCOaUonaL
flB.wrence B. RoberlsO^, minister,,
worship. 11 a. m.^ Com
munion service. Candidates for niem-.
bership. proposed lait8unday,. win* be
reibeived.
Nlatinee
Evening
,t
Fargo Baptist Sunday school.
dinn"" sermon. 7:80. Subject "Providence."
Mp^jn of thc boird of deacons at
7:30 Monday evening in the pastor's
9
study. Prayer meeting at 7:30 Wed-
ne
gaa
cv
.el"llng
John
7:30-9:15
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Qeraid York,
New
SHOWS
2:80
t:SO
4:00
•:1B
1
Gounod
v'f
Lord" Crulkwiank
Quartette .WS i.......
Selected
First ^Methodist Kplscopal Church.
Moraine Service.
Prelude—Tommutton" ...Tom belle
Anthem—''I Sought the Lord"....
Steve'nsoi
Offertory—"Meditation" ... J'laglej
Solo-r-"Give,Alms of Thy Gopds"..
I
•1 Miss Dorothy Healy
.Postlude—"'triumphal March"
''•.••• ,. i. .'Sterne
Evaiing Service,"
Prelude—"Stille Der' Nacht". .' ,:.:Low
Anjhem—"Savior. When Night Iii
..vo'yea the Skidji"....... .Shelled
OffertOry—''Andante Tr^nquillo"..
STARTING
^Moh. Dec. 4
I
iiioaucTON
«fN«
Oiir
iimMi
Iff
Itll^Vi5*
Maxflcld
"Postlude in Minor'
D'aubel
'SMiZ--
I
Duluth, Minn., Dec. 2.^James Mb
Kay. 58 years old, well Tcnown by^h|Un-
destroyed the Cyril, hotel at Bona.
Mlrin. N
Lloyd Kegley.ianother roomer, who
was seriously burned about, thread
and arms, was brought to Qrandjilap.
id# today and Is reported In a serious
condition at the local hospital. He
wIU\recover
3 P.M.
METROPOLITAN
E N E N A E E N
,, The Popular
NEW PLAYS VAUDEVILLE AND MUSIC
Opening Play Monday
NOW SHOWING
oLkrlas bW's Tint United Artists Pcodmitlon «nd the C^satest *iotn*e
*•'.**• •jr«-*Ia4e.:
.3: Cohan & Harris' Great Stage Production
John Paul Bair^In
'-THE TAILOR-MADE MAN"
A big plot or* of personality, and olothes laughter and honsisense*.
looks good, fits, aa^ wests.
VOTIOB—Owing to the length andNmportanee of this production, only a
short subject "Bird Bogs tmeia''will be ahoira in connection with it.
-r CAST TIM£S TODAY—..
MARION DAVIES
O E
WM. ROYAL Arm-ANN
VAtENTnir*1!'.'
"SingewvOf Notfe"
Of^ Ibqrtteei wraevw
"%*K«
EVENING EDITION
f0T0£g:i&
"Afraid to Fighf'.
Jk Prtae Rh* Stoir- Wrfh
FRANK MAY(V:
buffalo Soft no!
INTERNATlONAIi
... J.:. v- -..
Adults
Children
"Regular fellWs'fiXJr
A Kelly Cocktnjl With Puncli.
All Next
Sat. Noon.
aotn s&koul
VDRBSTHUTU.
Xatertalnmant
for the
Oisorimlnatiax.
4 Aci»-r—-HIGrt CI/ASS VATJPgynJiE—ACTS I
t\. r,/
]S£S"'r
THREE ARLEYS
The Non-Pins Ultras ii
PercffJfaLmcing
Ab W I N A N
PRICES
I t)c 25c
In Mario CoreJll's Story .)
"THE YOUNG DIANA"
JVould you. risk your soul to become the most beautiful woman In
ythe world? See-this luxudously produced .romance of /the -arlrl. I
fwho daced.' v^f.
A|SO-vCA^TER DoHAVEN IN "itNTERTAINING 'T^E. BOSS."
R0BT. HENRY" H0DCE
Present tbe 'humorous farcial
Sketch' yT-
Bill
Blitkerf Cjafer"
Ml
^6HN"NEfFW|
N "Tlia Amerloan Rjceawi!^'
tt
SUNDAY
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