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pK.I There's always some one ready
fetes To toll you what to do.
And Keep your f«ot(t*pi steady
Aa life you journey through.
There's always some one knowing
Juat what your course should be,
And wisdom great bestowing
For pay, or maybe, free.
They teach you how to nourish
Yourself with food and drink
They put the latest flourish
On what you say or think.
Across these broad dominions
Their chains of thought they wreathe
They teach us our opinions
And how to walk and breathe.
Their joyous demonstration
Throws Into havoc sad,
The natural Information
That once you thought you had.
Their Intricate deductions
Make fact seem strangely dense,
Aa they Impart instructions
On simple common sense.
—Washington Star.
The social event of this evening will
be the Oomus club party, which will
he given at the Hotel Dacotah. This
will be the last party of the club this
season and Is a formal program dance.
Rorke's orchestra will furnish the
music for the dancing, which will be
gin at and continue until 1 o'clock.
Supper will' be served in the hotel
lobby at 11:30. This will be. one of
the many handsome spring parties
and a number of guests from out of
town win toe In attendance.
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I Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Hunter of South
fifth street returned yesterday morn
ing from a month's visit with Mr.
Hunter's mother. Mns. M. M. Hunter
at her home in Indianapolis. En
route to Indianapolis they visited in
Minneapolis. In Chicago they visited
with their daughter. Miss Alice Hun
t.er, who is a student at Chicago uni
versity. and who accompanied them
to Indianapolis to spend her spring
Mr. Hunter's mother, Mrs. M. M.
Hunter, had been very poorly for some
time, and while they were there she
underwent a very serious operation,
and on account of her advanced age
Did It Ever
Occur to
Tliat you are missing a whole
lot in life by not providing mu
sic in your liome?
ir no one plays at your house,
step in and liear the Pianola,
I he onr Player-r*ls no that yon
hear so much about. We are
solo distributors for Northwest.
It will surprise .you to hear the
wonderful music that you can
There is no use waiting until you
have the cash to pay for It.
We'll tlx that. Liberal allow
ance for the old silent piano if
you have one.
Stone Piano Co.
Musical leaders of North Dak-
Our New Spring Goods are arriving daily,
prices than ever before.
Cemplet* Bed, Spring, Mattress, and
Outfit Biggest Value Ever
In Orand Forks
„M-p^ v*
to.-'.' T•
Eatelle Mardo Coffin.
Eatelle Mardo Coffin, or Eatelle
Mardo as her name appears on the
billboards, can trace her ancestry to
the landing: of the Pilgrim fathers at
Plymouth Rock. If this is not suffici
ent to eatabliah her claim to fame
she has the distinction of being the
daughter of George Albert Coffin,
who ia noted for having painted one
of the best portraits or Abraham
Lincoln. But Estelle Mardo does not
have to fall back upon her lineage
for a reputation. She has establish
ed one for herself as leading lady
with one of the biggest moving pic
tare companies in America.
her condition was critical for several
days. She was not entirely out of
danger when they left for home, but
was dudng aa well an could be ex
pected. Mr. and Slrn. Hunter also
spent a few days at the springs at
West Etadeu and KYencli Lick, Ind.,
and expitt'ted to on.fov a more exten
sive trip. hut. on account of business
matter* Mr. Hunter was forced to re
turn home. They again visited with
their da.ught.er in Chicago on their
homeward trip.
The regular meeting: of the Pythian
-Sisters will be held this evening ill
the Knights of Pythias hall and all
members are requested to be present.
Mr. and Sirs. Robert Westacott of
South FlfUi street autoed to their
at. Mimvel today, to make ar
rangement* for their removal there
for the summer. They will return'
to the city the last, of the week.
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Mr. and Mrs. N. B. 13]ack of Chest
nut street left, yesterday noon for New
York City and other eastern points,
Mr. Black will attend to business mut
I ters and Mrs. Black will spend the
time Jn shopping and visiting friends.
1 They expect, to be away from Grand
Korks about three weeks.
Mies Gladys Edison of Larimore,
who has )een the guest at the home of
Mayor and Mrs. Winn Powers and
Miss Ka.tirryn. Powers ot St. Paul, left
that city yesterday for her home at
3k ijc
Mrs. TWyhort McTavish arrived todav
noon from her homo at Cando. to visit
her daughter. Mrs. E. I*. Larkln, who
is a patient in the Deaconess hospital.
Genuine 8 A. S Sagless
Springs regular price 17.0#
BO lb. guaranteed pure cotton
mattress roll edge extra
grade art tick regular J9.00
1'4 nch continuous
steel bed with 6, 1 Inch
white or vernls martin fin
ish regular price of bed t*M
One pair of S
feather pillows
price 13.00
& s.
This gray enameled
0alc Refrigerator,
white enamel inter­
ior, removeable ice
chamber holds
provision chamber
regular price
25 of these outfits in
this week
Special for
6 size only
of ice large W?£
Thia week
aac^tcsm AWjcn for bohw ryphoh refbigkhators.
Miss Cordelia Hulburd, head of the
piano department of Wesley college,
will return this evening from Morris,
Minn., where she has spent her vaca
tion visiting with her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. Hulburd. Miss Hulburd also en
joyed a few days' visit in Minneapolis
while away.
i|( ik
The regular weekly meeting of the
Ladies Aid society of the Baptist
church will be held in the church par
lors on Wednesday afte^moon at the
usual hour. The hostesses for the af
ternoon will be Mrs. M. W. Spauldlng
and Mrs. Henry Hancock. Mrs. O. A.
Webster, the president of the society,
who has spent the winter months in
Florida, has returned and will be pres
ent at this meeting, and all the mem
bers of the Boclety are urgently re
quested to be present to welcome her.
Misses Ethel and Nellie Halcrow
have returned from Bowesmont, N. D.,
whefe they have spent their vacations
with the mother, Mrs. John Halcrow.
They will resume their duties in the
expression and junior departments of
Wesley college tomorrow.
)ft ifc
Miss Edith Kreltzburg, junior teach
%r at Wesley college, returns this even
ing from her home at Shelby, Mont.,
where she has spent her vacation, to
resume her duties tomorrow.
Expert corset fitting—An associate
designer of the Red fern corset will be
at our store Wednesday, April 14, one
day only, to give expert corset advice
and assist our corsetler in fitting your
figure with the proper corset. The
Odoll Co.—Adv.
The regular meeting of the Rebekah
Maple Leaf lodge will be held tomor
row evening in the Odd Fellows block.
All members are requested to be pres
ent and all visiting members are cor
dially invited to attend all the meet
ings of the order.
$ j)(
Mrs. Will Panovitz will entertain the
Recreation Bridge club Wednesday
evening at lier home in the Dlnnie
Apartments on Chestnut street.
University avenue will entertain the
married members of the High School
Faculty club this evening at their
home. The time will be pleasantly
spent in discussing matters of interest
and Mrs. Stebbins will serve light re
freshments at the conclusion of the
Miss Marg-uerite King has returned
to her home at Lakota after enjoying'
a. brief visit at the home of Miss Grace
O'Gorman of Riverside Park.
The husbands of the ladies, who are
members of the Monday afternoon
bridge club, will have to handsomely
entertain them in the near future as
result of the challenge play, held
Saturday evening at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. G. M. Williamson on Bel
mont avenue. The ladies had discon
tinued play for the season but accept
ed the challenge of their husbands to
a matched play and proved that they
were more familiar with the game
than their husbands.
The Entre Nous club met this aft
ernoon with Mrs. 15. A. Bixler at her
home on Third avenue. The after
noon program was on "Irish Drama
tists and the Literary Revival," and
was as follows:
Brief Sketches of the Lives of
Goldsmith and Sheridan—Mrs. H. G.
Synopsis of "The School for Scan
dal"—Mrs. E. A. Bixler,
Thomas Moore and his "Lalla
Rooke"—Mrs. P. E, Henwood.
William Butler Yeats—Mrs. W. C.
Lady Gregory and the Irish Players
—Mrs. J. S. Hatcher.
Mrs. Bixler served light refresh
ments at the close of the afternoon.
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Mrs. C. T. Johnstone of Langdon
was the dinner guest of Sirs. C. E
Tlngley of cherry street
evening. Sirs. Johnstone was enroute
to Slinneapolis where she will attend
the meeting of the Northwestern Dis
trict of Baptist Women of which she
is the recording secretary. This dis
trict is made up of the states of North
and South Dakota. Slinnesota and
Wisconsin. Mrs. Johnstone will also
be present at the spring rally and
board meeting
the North Dakota
Baptist Women, which will be held on
Friday at Fargo. A number of the
Baptist ladies of Grand Forks will al
so go to Fargo to attend the meeting.
We are now prepared to give you better quality and lower
post, cliilless
tubular fillers.
Quarter Sawed
Oak Dresser
Large plat* mirror else 34x32
of top 23x41 full polished through
out regular price *25.00.
Special this week .910.70
Child's Sidewalk Sulky
20f*9Norih 9rd
Mr. »nd Mr». Qeorge
Merchant of
Bis Oik street southeast, 8t. Paul,
have announced tho engagement of
their daughter, Miss Mabel Kelts to
Harry E, Jtailgren of Fargo. The
wedding will tqgta ^place in May.
Mrs. Ted $chumacker of Mlnot, nee
Miss Mabel. Coulter of this city, Is
the guest at tha home of her parent*,
Mr. and Mrs. John Coulter of South
Fourth street.
Mrs. Joalln, who has been visiting
her daughters, Misses Pearl and l*ura
Joslln, who ape attending school here,
for several days, left this morning for
her home at Qrano, N. D.
Misses Ella Bleakly and Laura Alp
»t«g Will return this evening from
Langdon,' where they spent their va
cations atthefchomea, to resume their
studies at Wwley college and the uni
s'4( 4c
Mr. and Mm. W. P. Daviea had as
dinner guoata/at their home on Wal
nut stroot last evening, Mr. and Mrs.
P* T. Lincoln 'and daughter, Marjory,
who will soon leave the city for their
new home at Thief River Palls, Minn..
and Mr. and Mrs, H. I). Paulson. Din
ner was aervftd at o'clock and the
serving waaofcred for by Miss Daviee.
$ 4 41
The Monday afternoon bridge elub
met this afternoon for their weakly
Play at the home of Mrs. R. J. Pureall
of Chestnut- street. Quests for two
tables were present, and the afternoon
was concluded with the service of
light refresltBiehto.
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Miss Porls Flake, daughter of Judge
and Mrs. C. J. Fiske of Bismarck,
former residents of the city, arrived
'«*t evening to_, spend a couple of
weeks here as the guest of Miss Grace
O'Gorman at her home In Riverside
Park. Miss Iftske will be- an out-of
town guest at the Comus party this
Misses Dortt and irma Grossman of
Cfookston were week ind visitors In
the city and Here guests of the Misses
Vivian and In'jis Ryan of South Fourth
street. They returned to their homes
yesterday noon.
.., He $ 41
Mrs. Robert Swanlaw has returned
to her home at' Milton after spending
several days here as the guest of Mrs.
Louis Widman of the New Hampshire
Mrs. Louise Seymour of the Security
block is expected to return this even
ing from Regina, Sask., where she has
spent the patft two weeks visiting at
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stebbins of the home of Her daughter and son-ln-
law, Mr. anfl Mrs. R, G. Bates, nee
Miss Vera Seymour of thia city.
The Business Girls' club of the Y.
W. C. A. will meet tomorrow evening
in the association parlors. Each mem
ber of the club Is privileged to bring
a guest to this meeting and a most
enjoyable social time will be had.
There will be a service of light re
freshments at tho conclusion of the
The members of the "56" club will
dance this evening at the Knights of
Columbus hall. This Is the flret par
ty of the spring season given by the
-tit 4t
Mrs. E. C. Converse of University
Place and her sister, Miss Orace Mc
Cannon, secretary of Wesley college,
have returned from Roland, Man.,
where they have been guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Judd for
the past week.1
The regular monthly meeting of the
board of directors of the Y. W. C. A
was held thls afternoon In the asso
ciation rooms, r-
The Walhalla Literary
The Civic and Improvement club of
Udgerwood met with Mrs. J. H.
Movius. The meeting was opened by
the president, Mrs. Irvine, members
responding to roll call with quota
The vice president, Mrs. Phil Wlr
tenberger. then presided for the bal
ance of the evening. The program
for the evening was very interesting.
Mrs. Stone read an excellent paper
on "Pood Sanitation and Sanitary Con
ditions of Markets and Bakeries."
This articlo is worthy of special
mention, every point being clearly
brought out and the entire subject
well covered.
The next, a recitation by Mrs. Mc
Cullough, "Barbara Fritchie," (Norsk)
met with applause from all
I Mrs. J. H. Movius read an impromp
I tu. "Parliamentary Law, and the
Ideal Club Woman."
The Valley City Music club met
Wednesday evening at the usual hour
at the retldetjce of Mrs. Herman Win
terer. A very fine program had been
prepared, and the leader for the even
ing was Miss Clara B. Aldahl. The
evening was devoted to Polish music,
by Atoxkowskl, I*i8ChettEky and others.
There was a. Joint meeting of the
Sorosls and Sheyenne clubs of Valley
City on Monday afternoon, In tho do
mestic science -rooms at the state nor
mal school. Monday was "Home
Economics Day," and Miss Pferns
worth and Mrs. Wallace had charge
of che meeting, which waa held at
3 o'clock.
Under the auspices of the members
of tho Myosotis club of Banbom, a
dramatic comedy Will tw produced by
local talent sometime near the end
of the month, the -date to bo an
nounced later. Dan Leif la in charge
of the rehearsals and ia now drilling
Cut Flowers
Funwai Ommfgnm
fek mil o» «ho»t
We are allre d» and alghL
Grand Forks Floral Co.
e. o..uoaue
«07 neMer* A»«.. Grand Vwia
.club met
wkith Miss Jackson. The papers of
the afternoon were given by Mrs.
Wagner and Mrs. Huffman on VHome
Economics." Mies Jackson served a
delicious lunch at tho close of the
program. The club has made its last
payment on the piano which they
placed in the high school In January
a year ago, and which has been such
a help to the school. The piano was
one of the best grades and the clu'b
has every reason to be proud of Its
achievements and only shows that
"where there's a will there's a way."
By T4kinf Marimllo Scalp Treatments
These treatment* are applied fcy the latest and'best
eclentlfic mOtbOdg known. Thar will cure that- ban*
druff and oily condition of the acalp which to so an
noying anddestructlve.
Mail Orders filled promptly—
Send Us Vour
the players. The title of the play is
"What Became of Parker."
At the home of the bride's parents
near Enderlln occurred the marriage
of Miss SUa Rognaidson to Alfred
Frydenlund. Rev. Qaustad performed
the ceremony and only the Immediate
relatives were present.
•The bride is one of Moore's most
highly respected young ladlos and
justly popular among a' large circle of
friends, having lived among them all
her life. She is the daughter of Mr.'
and Mrs. IBrlck Rognaidson, who are
among the oldest and most prominent
settlers In Moore township.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Frydenlund, a young man of
sterling qualities. The young couple
start out with bright proapects. They
will |lve on and conduct' the Fryden
lund- farm.
At the home of Dr. J. W. Stribing
of Hettinger the marriage of Grover
D. lAGrave and Miss Mae Helen
Buckley was solemnized. The bride
was attended by Miss Hannah Bow
ler. Mohn M., Connolly acted aa best
man, and the ceremony, which was
witnessed by a fow of the most inti
mate friends of the contracting par
ties, was performed by Father Regens
burger, pastor of St. Mary's Catholic
Miss Dora Stone, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Stone of Jamestown,
and Capt. E. A. Marshall were married
in Minneapolis. They were attended
by the sister of the bride, Miss Esther
Stone, and brother of the bridegroom,
Norman Marshall. Captain and Mrs.
Marshall will make their home at Be
loit, Wis., where the former is sta
tioned with the Salvation Army. The
bride graduated from the Jamestown
high school' last year and for aaveral
months attended a training school In
Chicago. The bridegroom waa In
charge of the Jamestown barracks
about a year ago and la tho son of
Colonel Marshall of Minneapolis, who
officiated at the wedding.
Mtas Flossie Sartwell, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sartwell, was unit
ed in marriage to Fred Peterson of
Lloyd a Coulee. The ceremony oc
curred at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Adrean Hills and was attended by only
the families and immediate friends
of the. contracting parties. Rev. Hun
ter of Mlnot was the officiating clergy
man. At the conclusion of the cere
mony a sumptuous repast was served,
after which Mr. and Mrs. Peterson
repaired to their home at Lloyd's.
Their house had been furnished com
plete and the young couple began
their housekeeping under the most
pleasant circumstances. Tho groom
is associated with his brother, Chris,
in the operation of a mine at 'Lloyd's
At Jamestown occurred the mar
riage of Miss Josephine Zenger of
Medina, to Arthur Warren of Mel
ville, the ceremony taking place, at
the Catholic parsonage, and being per*
formed by Father Tracy, Tho bridal
couple were accompanied by Miss
Laura Fischer and Walter Hlgglna,
Mr* Warren la well known hero. She
the daughter of (Mr. and Mrs. Christ
Zenger of south of town, and has made
this vicinity her home for a number
of years, where she has many frlenda
and acquaintances. The groom Is a
machine expert and has visited Me
dina several times. in such capacity
when employed fey the Acme Harves
ter company. The young couple ex
peet to go to Heaton, this stite, to
make their hom*.
(Baltimore American.)
It hM already Man oojiviaeingly
demonstrated^ hora In Baltimore, that
the aoheme of tearing dawn division
fences between Oity homo backyards
and developing the' Unobstructed
stretch of apace thus prodded as a
continuous flower garden or a grassed
lawn, Is no chimorlcal or impractical
dream. It haa been demonstrated be
cause it has boon dona on sOverai
back stretches and partialis accomp-
Hair1 Dressing Parlor*
*WM naac oatatia
"m &
Plenty long enough to secure all the embroidery you need for the summer.
Remember here is the opportunity you have been waiting for. Better investigate
rue %T
of yards of beautiful sheer
embroideries went on sale this morn
ing at prices that mean big savings Materials
are mostly the sheer organdies, batistes, Swiss
es, etc., handsomely embroidered. All widths
in edging and flouncings, colored and white
embroidered allovers. Now is th£ time to se-'
cure materials for graduation drdsses, confir
mation dresses and summer dresses.
25c to SOc Saved on Every
Dollars Worth of Embroidery
You Buy During This Sale
Sole Started This Morning Lasts 3 Days Only
The REDFERN" is Pre-eminently the
Corset of the Fashionable Woman
Mail Orders Will be Filled
These Prices—Cash with
The designers of Redfern Corsets work in con
junction with the creators of fashions. A
:hange In one means a change in the other,
for they are inseparable-
Ab the charm of a go wn depends for its
beauty upon .the figure of the woman who
wears It, so the figure depends for its beauty
upon the corset.
Will give you a correct and shapely figure,
in accordance with fa shion's lines.
Mrs. Schener, an associate designer of the
Redfern Corset, is with us one day only,
Wedneoday, April 14, and will tell you all
about the Redfern Corsets, and what they
will do for you.
Redfern Corsets come in both front and
back lace styles, and range in price from
Three to Fifteen Dollars
liahed in hundreds of instances. By
partially accomplished we mean those
Instances where two or three or lour
adjoining householders 'have thrown
their backyards Into a common and
developed the enlarged spaces into
flower gardens. This backyard park
Idea, developed to the limit of potenti
ality, would mean the tearing down
of all fences on both sides the mid
way alley and beautifying all the
yards upon aome harmonious scheme
of ornamental gardening.
There are comparatively-few block
centers in whioh this complete scheme
of ornamentation can be realized, for
flhe reason that many owners wish to
build a garage, a stable or some other
kind of outbuilding In the backyard
and. fronting along tho alloy. While
the placing of rear buildings in one
or more of the backyards of a block
interferes with the complete realisa­
tion of the backyard parking scheml
it need not prevent the partial carrj
ing out of the plan. And as to bac
buildings, their ugliness and inharn.
ony can be greatly modified by pianl
ing climbing roses or other climblij
vines along their sides and rear end]
There is nothing so utilitarian—ni
evon a stable?—that eveiry thought
beautiflcatlon should be abandoned
connection with it.
New York, April 12.—At a dlnntf
tonight of the city committee of til
one hundred and seveh, which
the fusion municipal campaign la
fall. Mayor Mitchell and other elf
officials elected on the fusion ticket
will tell how they have kept campaUm
A Dangerous Occupation!
But Leas Bjmmoas and Inconvenient
We Sboold Say,.
Than Being So Far Removed From
lit,thooodainty toUat prenarattaM an^waitki
to thelHHftew bo foiaTS^SSuScS^^
Better Stay At Home. And Be-a Housekeeper
Hap800d' *airmi£
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