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:"-j-: ftPAWftVPncire Jfi P-:1¥ 'I II .?•#, S Refreshments, souvenirs and muste at the. grand opening of. the. No-Vary display room onnoclte Hotel lDaeotah, Thursday, October 21.—Adv. •vjlt i|r Jamestown Daily Alert: Mrs. Con cheta Ferris Luts, a "Will known read er of splendid'ability and a state, or ganiser of 'the Mihnc«0ta Equal Suff rage league, will give the tort two weeks to the North Dakota campaign. Mrs. Xi^ts was booked to arrive in Bismarck Oct. 16. to remain through the State industrial exposition/ She 'Will assist the local women at their booth and with the suffrage parade, which promises to be -the most interesting feature of suffrage day, Oct- J. Cut Flowers FOR ANY OCCASION. Funeral Design* Made on. Short NoQca We are alive, day and night 1IMJ PN°r Nl*ht oal' Grand Forks Floral Co. K. G. LKMKK, SO? DeMevs Ave.. Grand Forks. -v-v. .:. ^.£r^ MMMMMMMWNMM If hmom like th« hutrt«.nrac«, had •OUlB, .'. Than' two arti»tic spirits ltve Within Tb« Chameleon mind of AArtumn— thitt*. The Poet's mentor and the Painter** 'guide.-. The rayfMdithottfhted -«hkni. of the Are truly repreeented by..the:-liuea, .'i That thrill the forests with prophetlo «re. And what were painter1«.skill compar ed to th«Se? What palette ever held the' flaming tints That on these, leafy hieroglyphs fore tell. How set the ebbing currents of the y®Ef?. What poet's page waa erer Uke to this Or told the lesson '. of life's waning days '. Mor* forcibly, with rtore of, natural truth, ,' Than yon red maples,, or these pop lars, white. As the pale ihroud that wraps a hu man corse? And then, again, the Spirit.of a King Clothed with that tatjesty most mon archs lack,' Might fit Old Autumn for his royal rule: For here' Is kingly ermine, cloth of gold, And purple robes well worthy to be worn By the best rttoharch' that e'er don ned a crown. —By Jane-Banister. The.Daughters of Norway will hold their regular meeting, this evening at 8' o'clddk, in the Knights of Pythias hall. All- members are requested to be pravsnt. Miss Vivian Dinnie arrived home laat evening' from a -five Greeks visit with friends: aii'd rpl^tives In Lexlng ton. Ry.. and Chicago. Grand opening &t -No-Vary display room opposite Hotel Dacotah, Thurs day*--October'. 22. Efonvenirs,-refresh ments, music. See dtsolfcy ad on an other pae.—Adv. Mrs. H. .15. French, has. issued "at home" card* for Friday afternoon, when she will entertain at her home on Hamlin avenue, in .honor of Mrs. Bristol and Mrs. Cox, two new facili ty ladies. The hours'Will be ffom 3 to o'clock. The Inter Se society of the. Metho dist church will meet this evening at 8 o'clock at the h'orne of Mrs.' W. L. Wltchert, 1919 Vernon avenue. Miss 'Smith of the university faculty will give.the first In a series of lectures On "First Aid to Injured." Hi He sft The" various 'districts of the Metho dist Aid society held their meetings this afternoon in the following places: .. District No. 1. was entertained by Mi's. W. L.'• Dudley at her hbnie' on North Seventh street District No. 3 Met at the home of Mrfc. A. 8. Bur rows on Belmont avenue the ladles of Dlstrlot No. 4. met at the Metho-. dist church with Mrs. W. P. Davies as hostess District1 -No. 5 held- its meeting at the home of Mrs. E. CI Converse at University Place.- The ILadies' Aid society of the First Presbyterian church held -a -work meeting in the basement of the .church. The 'Iiadies' -Aid society .of St. Mark's Kjiglish Lutheran church 'met at the home of Mrs. Frank (Jehrfte on North Fourth street. Following the business meeting a 'social'- session -was enjoyed and refreshments #ere serv ed.by. the.hoisteae Fargo' •CoUrler-^Tews: Yesterday afternoon at o'clock, the marriage of• Miss Violet Pearl Lietfprd and Ed wlrt HarriSon Middagh of Moorhead was solemnised at 'the home of the .bride's parents,,Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Letford of Ninth street south. Rev. Francis. Boone of the Moorhead Methodist church read the service. The attendants.were Mrs. J. H. Ktrke land of Fargo and Rudolph .Ekliind of Moorhead. Mrs. C-. E. Cole played the wedding' march. -The bride .wore white' embroidered voile with wide white Satin girdle, and her flowers were a corsage bouquet of roses and lilies-of-the-vaUey. Mrs.. Kirkeland wore white and carried pink roses. A five course, wedding dinner was served last evening, with covers laid for twelve. ... Mr. and Mrs. Middagh will leave this morning for Brainerd. Bemidji and Minneapolis for visit with relatives before. going to Shovel Lake where they will be at home aft er November -1. She Heard An Unknown Voice And Caught A Tragic Message The first tiring she knew ghe was in the ihiddfo of a mysteiy that was shaldng the community to its foundatioQ-r-Beautiful Sylvia Hesketh, only daughter of the wealthiest fiunily in town, had been fbund dead at midiiight beside a liondy country road miies from her- home. The most fimcious detectives and the shrewdest reporters missed the clue. Bpt the ^arl at the 'phone got Hir .own stoxy. of one the. most hafflSig on 'J Copy* Nc^ Agpnts ^,$lj6WYear (i2iimeg)'by.liIai^Qricr«d^: vlwiutfii Agapia ipr 'Ptwkit. Waited 'to JE)sfiver \¥iF,McKalidf ill Nordi St.v Grand Edrfcs^N. D. -9* V* -s INSOOETY -r "r-7-^W j- /'.} Mrs. William Budge, Sr., of Fourth avenue has issued invitations for a suffrage tea to be given-next Wednes daysafternoon, at her home. -.a'-'v The' Ladies' Aid Society-of the Swe dish Lutheran church will hold its an nual supper In the church this even ing. The ladles will serve from 6 to o'clock'and a cordlal invitation is ex tendedto thospublic. 'The Z^dlea* AU welV of the Trin ity Lutheran churoh will hold its reg ular meeting Thursday afternoon at S'o'cloek. in the church parlors. Re freshmente will be served by the host esses, Mrs. J. BJorge and' Mrs. Odin Olsen. A cordial invitation is ex tended, to all. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robertson and little daughter, Anna Mary, returned last evening- from Minneapolis, where they have been visiting at the home of Mr. Robertson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Robertson. Their little son Alvln John will remain, for a longer visit with his grandparents. Misses Mattie Shaw, Thelma" Hum phrey and Alice Johnson entertained the members of the O. M. S. club last evening at a theater party at the Met. Ltfter ln the evening the guests went to the home of Miss Shaw on Walnut street where a dainty repast wss serv ed Those present were 'Mlssss "Ruth Bundlle, Ethel Seavy, Katie Haugland, Mary Iverson, Myra Fox, Margaret McDonald, Sedonla Kermott, 8haw, Humphrey and Johnson. Journal: 4* Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Bowman, pioneer residents of Ramssy-county, are preparing to leave this week -for Oskalooeai Iows,- where they will spend the winter visiting relative's. Having sold their half sec tion farm .north df the city, which was purchased by Senator F. H. Hyland, Mr. and Mrs. B6Wihan anticipate lo cating at. Portland,- Ore., where- 'sever al children' now- reside. The Bow mane leave hosts .of friends in Devils IjAke who regret their^departure, but at«the same time wifch them happiness in .their new home. Mrs. C. W. Fisher gave a suffrage tea this afternoon at her home on South Fourth. The 'hotirs were, from 8 to 6 o'clock-and short talks on the suffrage question were-given by Mrs. James Collins and'Mrs. C. A. Green leaf. At the close.of the program tea was served by the hostess and the guests included ten ladies of that neighborhood. A series of teas will be given with in the next two weeks, and among the hostesses will be Mrs. John W. Ogren, who will entertsln FHday afternoon, Mrs..A. L. McCallum will give a tea Thursday, October 29,- at her home on North Sixth street Mrs. J. P. Rett on of North Third street will enter tain the first week In November. Every housewife should see the beautiful premiums at the No-Vary display room, opposite Hotel Decotah. Grand opening, Thursday, Octdber 22. Souvenirs, music 'refreshments.—Adv. TiAW.V WwiAT'Ti: urirr»MTrcTV4 nxmrnart /*ni*riw ORAMt) FORKS DAILY WEDNESDAY -EVENING OCTOBER 21 ^Rexv ^.•iTjpa.C). -H.- Wilson., of Cfookston sjce "SBendingva few days In thje.clty vlsitlhg ftlends ind shopping. ^jV'r •*. ,Mr.'tod Mrs, Louis Martell have returns^ Pleasant- visit trtth friends and' relatives in Qeritilly and Crookston., •-•. -2-i Mr. and Mra W- E Handy of North Third street are enjoying a vlsit from their daughter. 'Mrs. Eugene Roy' of Crookston.- ... ', *. .School dlgrtot. No. 95 wlirhojd a shadow. social Friday evening1, Octo ber $8, in the school house in Bren na: township. The public is cordisJly invited..-* A a a MMs Ruth of Roseau Mliih.,' are guests for'a few day« of friends In the city.'^..-v.--:r.i Visit the No-Varj-. display room opposite" Da'cotah hotel Thursday. Oc tober 23, and ,receive a' souvenir, re reshments music.—Adv jfc De^ls^Lake/Journal jud*e and Mrs. C. W. Butts motored to Drayton, N. D.^-today-.to attend the wedding-of Mrs. Butts'1 brother. Gordon VahCamn to Miss Ahnabelle Richardson. sic The^Ladies' AUxiliarj- to tlie Broth erhood_ of Locomotive Engineers will meet Thnrsdsy afternoon at the home of. Mrs.- Holgenson and Mrs. P. P. Rand will bs the assisting hostess. All members are Invited to be present. •The Golden Rod club will meet Tu«jtUy afternoon An Informal-dancing party will be given this evening at. the Episcopal guild hall, on Alpha avenue by a group of young people of the city. The hall will .be elaborately decorated In keep ing with the Hsillowe'en season.. Danc ing, will be. enjoyed from 9 to- 12 O'clock and, Rorke's orchestra will render the music. .Miss Blanche i$Gorroan. graduate of the Bertha ^M. Schmled studio, of Dululh, .Mlniu. Vlll conduct classes of instruction ln all the new dances at .Guild .hall evkry Wednesday and Saturday evenings froni 8 to 9, be ginning Wednesday. October 28. Class lessons 60.. cents. Private instruction by appointment. Persons interested should phone 1045 N." W., for enroll ment.—Adv. 5k Fargo Courier-News: Mrs. Julia p. Nelson of. Bed Wing, Minn., the grand old woman, of Minnesota," left yesterday mornin? In t!he company of Mrs. R: E. Welble for Fordvllle, where she spoke on suffrage at the industrial exhibit. A crowd of 500 Is reported, pther speakers of the daj were senator Gronna, Judge !Bruce of Bismarck, and Mr. Henney of the university extension department at Grand Forks. Mw. W. B. Handy was hostess, last evenin* when she gave a prettily ap pointed dinner at her home on North Third street complimentary to Miss Mabel Clark, a bride of next month. A deflicioMS .five course dinner was served at 6 o'clock and a yellow was the predominating note In the decora tive scheme. A basket of lovely yel low, chrysanthemums made an attrac tive centerpiece for the table. Covers were laid for ten Ruests and Mrs. Handy was assisted bv her daughter, Mrs. Eugene Roy. Mrs. James Dinnie gave a.-luncheon yesterday .afternoon at her home on North Fourth street in honor of Mrs. Robert H. McCoy of. Bonners Ferry, Idaho.- Luncheon was served at 1 o'clock, the table decorations, being in-yellow and white. Chrysanthe mums and asparagus fern- were used as-a centerpiece for the table. Four teen guests were present-' and Mrs. Dinnie was assisted by Mn. E. J. Densmore and Mrs. W. H. Alexander. Following-the service of the repast the' hours were pleasantly spent In sewing and visiting. Mrs. Florence Kelley, general sec retary of the National Consumers' league, New York city, was the guest of .the normal school at Moorhead to day. This afternoon''-at 4 o'clook- a refceptloh/.was given for Mrs. kelley at Vftieeler hall. The members of the various women's clubs In Moor hpad and, Fargo were incited :to -at- tend- the-receptlon. an aeddress on a .. Mrp. 0.."tivld^e has resulted from Croo^on after. Jisitlng fer: the, past few days at the home of. her mother, Mrs. L. Sawder.—- at 3 o'clock In the Odd.Fellow* hall. "500" will be the diversion and refreshments will be served ,by the hostess, Mrs. McHaffle. All members are invited to attend. vt B»n«on and Albert NokelbSr. both, ot N'orthwood, were married, in .this city yesterday after npon at 5. o'clock. The wedding took place at the JZlQn Lutheran parsonage. Rev. .Martin Hegland ofllciated and the-attendants ,were Miss Alma Ben son and'Henry Ndkelbv. J_Ttie members, of the local Votes for Womett.reague sre making'a canvass i^e.'buWheSs^and professioiial men of the' CUy ih regard to" their. views 2J grentlng. the franchise. to.,women. The nataes wljl hot be published but Vill be used in'obtaining figures. The 7PWls.thes. class of. the iFlrst Baptist churoh- hjet this afternoon li tne church pftlbri. New officers were elected. othir matteta of businesii transacted. Following the business meeting a social sessions' was enjoyed and refreshments were served. Mra Robert McCoy left last evening for1 Bonners Ferry, Idaho, after vlsit i»g for th past few days at the home of Mrs.'- J. D. Bacon at the Hotel pacotah. She came to attend the Sargent-McCoy wedding! Miss Ma'-sl, Collins entertained the members of the T. B. C. club last ev ening at her home in Riverside Park In honor of 'Miss Sadie.Franklin, an October bride. .Supper was served- at 6 o'clock and yellow chryssnthemums were used on: the table. The hostess wss assisted In. serving by her sister, .Miss-Frances Collins. The guests re mained for the evening and music and visiting were:the pastimes. ition. Mrs. JCeliey, gav the subject, ''The-Home. thejSthopl 'and the Labdr Problem." Mrs. Kelley is a graduate of Cor nell university. As a .ypuhg Woman $he'^tra'rtslat^d Frederick"-Btagels' ""ofts 'of .the Working. Class* la England." In. 1892 she bebame a resi.^ te^t,,'atVH611- House,, and. Miss Ad- %h6. ^aa special agent for the bureau, 4fr. Wh^r statlsttca Of Illlndia ift ^InVeSfilNkap^ of the.needle jtr^Us t|hem$nts '£f Ghlca^o. She hent lab^r at Washington, and okfef ltispector of fftetbrWsjoif HUnois frwn 1 £6 3. ,to-189 7. There: 'wisre'years JfM. KeileV-.'.didj plon^er wftk Jn Ahij»Hca in^ settihg standard^ of vftcfc^y.^nrt^ectton.: V- ./•'• r^X-ffeifetMyvof the-rN&tltanal' sumeri* an'd 'asV a" resiientv'fi the Henry str4et nursi8s jita«n^enV ^ew. Torlc. M&L KelHqr Hfis'lli reewt,,- :^re"serveI« I*oth city a#d-jA^ii: V^he/wai'one of.the 'origr inai advocates of the 'project for'a oMUdnn's hurfeau-- tft^Waahlhgtbn it ehe gave \'to the iBto cfetidA St Neighborhood •'Worit^i' lehlch' Stiarted the mo'veteent .sgi^nK cohgeMon :t/t' booulatfon In T-Mfiw Toi '."•"*«» -:'a coU^ajgue ta the work': of Uw Fttt#hnfMr^ir«y^ Kwr id^iQeiMan set forth to her hooK "Some 'Xtbteal Oalha Throuj^i legis lation," aad In lecture*- ilven, vtK tttillr. in .everr.'stato ".Ml* Kellsy: gave. vfcddVeu thenornwU«ttoolthlamernIzic.atll flfehject was. "The Khotfl o'clock- HsfViblect Work." 1 iJs'i JF* 4 1 shhw 'i J'. 1 Show ^Rpoms for Pramiums Will be Opened to Public Thursday Morning. That It-Is more profitable, to the consumer to patronise' the local mer chant than the foreign mall -order houses as far as groceries, -etc-., are concerned, will be demonstrated by the "No-Vary" company, by'means of the new premium show room which will be opened Thursday In-the New Hampshire building. The company has adopted a policy Of aiding the -local dealers by means of these premiums which should -prove highly-attractive to the con-: sumer. I In each paolcage of "No-Vary" goods is packed a: coupon which has a definite value. In exchange for varying numbers of these coupons, ac companied by certain, amounts of cash, or for ooupons alone if a larger number is secured the valuable prem iums may be obtained- The schedule of prices has been so arranged that the highest .amount of cash ever psid will be five per cent, less than the factory price of the ar ticle thus secured, and of course, greatly less than the retail price. As a wide variety of valuable and ussful articles are offered as premi ums, It is apparent that it is to ths advantage of the purchaser, to pa tronise his local dealer, and secure the coupons. The loeal exhibition rooms are to be opened, tomorrow. Similar estab lishments will It is stated probably be opened in the near future in all of the cities in which the "No-Vary" com pany maintains branches. CHASEDMplm William Dapke Given Thirty Day Sen tence by Judge Puroell—SU ver: la Released. '. A playful tendency to chase his wife with a- carving knife while -under the influence-of liquor, caused William Dapke. 1 a. farmer residing near this city, to be sent to the county jail-for a S0-day term by City Juatice R. J. Purcell, late Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Dapks, It. appears, resented her .husband's playful actions and swore -out a warrant, for his arrest He was brought to the city yesterday by Deputy Sheriff W. J.. Doty and ar raigned before Judge Purcell. Arthur Silver, who was recently sent to the county jail on a petit lar ceny charge managed yesterday to make a settlement for the goods which he stole and was released. HALLOWE'EN PARTY Will Be Given by Y. U. C. A. and T W. C. A. on Evening of October 80 at Mew's Building. Plans for a joint-Hallowe'en party to be given the evening of October SO by the members of the T. M. C. A. and T. W. C. A. were made at meet ings of the two organizations held last night. The party will be held at the men's 'building, and will be of the old-fash ioned variety. A number of stunts, games, etc., are being planned. The committees, are as follows: Entertainment—H. H. Tuttle, Miss Brown, H. E. Wlnslow, W. T. Lee and Miss Budge. Publicity—Walter Hawkins. Decoration—Edwin Swiggum, Mrs. M. G. Olson. Mrs. A. P. Clifford and Miss Helen Toung. Refreshments—Mrs. Rlshoff, Mrs. O. G. Llbby and Fred Gutknecht. LUTHERAN CHJCH CELEBRATE Thirty-fifth Anniversary of Founding of Zlon Parish Was Observed Tuesday Evening. Members of the Zlon Lutheran cele brated the 85th anniversary of the founding of their parish Tuesday ev ening, with an entertainment held at the church parlors.. Addresses were given by Colonel A. Knudson, H- A. Fladland, Mrs. H. Stampen, Mrs. A. P. Halvorson and Rev. Martin Hegland. Most of the speakers dealt with the steady growth of the church. Refreshments' were served by the ladies-of the church, and several mu sical numbers were given by the choir and'the Lutheran quartet. The Zlon church was first-founded in 1879, services being held in a pub lic school house which occupied the site of the present Arlington-Park ho tel. A church was built in 1881, which was replaced in 1908 with the present structure. CLUB NOTES. The mmebers of the-Fargo Study club held their usual meeting Mon day afternoon, meeting at the home of Mrs. George Bivin on Eighth ave nue south. The papers of the after noon, all of them most interesting were: Mount Vernon, by Mrs. 'E. H. Smith Monticello, by Mrs. W. H. Al len, and Causes of the War, by Mrs. Bivin. Three new members were taken Into the Rbrgo College Writers' club at its meeting at the club rooms Monday evening, being Misses Selma SchWarz and Ruth Tate, and Lyell Use. Grandma's Sage Tea and .Sulphur Recipe and Nobod^^'.y^lvB&ibw T,he use of Sage ahiSulphur. for ,re storing f^ded, gray hair to Its natural eolpr dates back 'to grandmother'* time: She used it to. keep her" hair beautifully dark, glossy' and abund-' aht. Whenever her hair fell' o»St',o'r tb&k on that dull, .faded or' Btreaked' appearance,-'this simple mtxturs was applied ,wittj'' wondferful effect.-• But' brewing 'at 'home Is mussy and out-of-date. ^Nowadays by-salclng'alt any- drug store for a SO-cent hottle'of "Wyeth'8 Sage and Sulphur Cpm po\indi''1 you wilt get this fimoiis' old riscipe'which can-be depended .upon to .restore. natural color And.beauty to the hair and is-splendid for dand ruff, dry, feverish, itchy, scalp and failing hair. A .well-known .downtown, druggist says It darkens the hair so naturally and evenly that.nobody..e*n'tell it has bean applied. You-siinply dampsn a snonge or soft brash- with It and draw thtt through rttur hair, taking oaa stxaad ata time. By atoifelnc tlft gray halr disappears, and after an application or beautifully, dark, glower and abuod ether two It becomes iri j:, i,'1-1- ^n:xmm cam Gkk^, A. J. Borinett' Exceptional Waist Values THROUGH an ,error, in shipping the express eoni pany delivered to us a larger assortment of la dies waists. A compromise with the manufacturers places them on sale at one-third less than the prices regularly asked, rather than to have them shipped, back. These waists are newest in style and.materi als, well made and beautifully trimmed. $2.50 waists for.. .$1.75 $2.75 waists for.. .$1.85 $3.00 waists for.. .$2.00 $3.50 waists for.. .$2.25 Thomas. Five original manuscripts were submitted at this meeting, and included one sent by Miss Edith Conn, which proved especially interesting, as it was an unique fairy tale based on one of the folk stories of the Zulus. Miss Conn, who Is a charter member of the Writer's olub, Is now teaching in a mission school in South Africa, and finds her -work full of interest and novel experiences. The story Which was read at the club last even Stir LADIES H'EAR vice. Calumet week is proving tremendous success. Our liberal guarantee and trial offer is inducing scores to test the merits of CALUMET BAKING POWDER More of it is being used this week than ever be fore. And that means there are more families enjoying pure, healthful foods. That more money is being saved on baking costs. Calumet invariably produces light, fluffy and deliciously tender bakings. Never leaves & hannful residue. Never fails. Never dissa points. Pure in the can. Pure in the baking. Economical to buy. Economical to use. Costs about half the price asked for Trust Brands, only a few cents more than inferior' 'big can" powders.) Worth more than either. Order a Try it Your money back if not satigfied.1 Received Highest Awards World's Pure Food E Hon, Chicago. Grand Prize and Gold MedaL 1912. Sold, Recommended and Cuarantood by J. C. Hart Company, 203 No. 3rd St, Grand Forks, N. D. The Peoples Supply Company, 125-7-9 So. 3rd St., Grand Forks/N. .D. Ontario-Groceiy, N.'3rd St Grand Forksi N.rD. II. H. Wflson, 402 DeMers Ave., Grand Forks, N. D. "^-.1 Hewitson & Colton, 408 DeMers Ave!, Grand .Forks, N. D.:* i', Hanson' Bros., 414 3rd Ave., Grand -Forks, N. -D.- .• u L. Johnson, 3rd Ave., Grand Forks, N. D. '.-'V' M. Garber, 602 Walnut St., Grand Forks, N. D.' F. L. Anderson, 421. 7th Ave., Grand Forks, Ni' D. Mrs. Curry, 7th. Aye., Grand Forks, N. D., FiaAk Engstrom, 628 8th Ave., Grand Forks, N. /D. Tohh Tbllestai, 7p6 Chtrry St., Grand Forks, N. D. Mrs.- S. Handelman, 634 2nd Aver, Grand Forks, N. D. F. Schumacher, 701 N. 7th St., Graind Forks, N. D. 0. J.-Steams,- ioit University Ave.,^Grand Forks, N. D.,', H. J. N. D. Ir. :C Weller, 622 Internationa]. A^-. Grand Forkv N. D. Bydil & Bydtfl,. i2i DeMera Aye.,.East Grand/£brkt, Mum.' A. Hiagestid,' IXtM'ers Ave.*, E^t.1Grand .-Forks, Mina. A. Hagestad, 301 So. 4th St., East' Grand Forks, Minn. A. WoUe'& Son, 522 Brooklyn Ekjiiilevard, E. G. Fortes, BdPs 631 N- S. A. Biroklyn Boidevs^, E: & i!brk|,'"Mua. C. j. Landoiiv, 324 3i Str Gnind Foi-te, N. D. Roberts 4^3 Chestiiut St, Grtn» F^. N. D. C. O. Btaseth, 209 Euclid Avp Grtmd Forl^, K.TD. & Soii, itft. C^ihrood,!G»sd 0, O.. B«rg, 5H Qw St/Gr^ Fortes, N. P. K. Gqlqirai jmd Awe, "Onad- D. E. O. Hust^y, 4th St!, Gnnd 7orks,rN.-D. A.-N. Nelson,:'6?8- Istcnutioeil'Ave^,"-1GnMiv: fbAat VtoSaer, 1394 Jemiy Avt, G«ad F«kk», N. D. I#? •!& (K-:^ My* $4.00 waists for.. .$2175 $5.00 waists for.. $3.50 $6.0(i waists for. $100 $7.50 waists for...$1.50 ing was recently -accspted by a chil dren's magazine. The next meeting, two weeks, is to be addressed by Dr.' Wallace N. Stearns, who 'bM re cently published several new boolta The regular meeting of the Wom an's club of Crookston was-held this aifternoon In the library parlors.- The foil-owing was the program: Domes tic science, by Mrs. Kinder discus sion by Mrs. Lundberg. Is "j/i.A, v! 4 .Eotfci IK O.- :vi.