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WOMEN IN COUNCIL
American Representatives to the Inter
national Council Meeting
Indianapolis. Feb. 6.The executive
coinrhittee of the national council of wo
men yesterday selected the following rep
lesentatives to the International congress
to be held at Berlin in June:
Miss Susan B. Anthony, Rochester. N.
and Mrs. Kat Waller Barrett, Wash
ington alternates, Mrs. Ida Hunted Har
per, Indianapolis, and Mrs. Hannah G.
Solomon, Chicago speaker. Mrs. Ellen A.
Richardson, New York alternate, Mrs
Isabella Charles Davis. "Virginia proxy
for president, Rev. Anna Shaw.
Resolutions were adopted favoring the
equality of women in pulpit and the
church council and church debates and on
committee work favoring married women
beiug' allowed to teach school favoring
the creation of schools for housekeeping
favoring allowing illegitimate children to
take the father's name when known and
a share of his property: favoring juvenile
courts and hygienlo dress.
By a vote of 30 to 6 the meeting defeated
an antl-Mormdn resolution, declaring that
no one advocating Mormqnism should have
a seat In congress.
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Operatic Prima Donna
Teacher of Singing
Eveiy afternoon, 3 tc 6 o'clock. Studio, Metro
politan Music House, Minneapolis, and 806 Ernst
building, 5th and Wabasha. St. Paul. Minn.
A charmingly informal affair will
be giv en from 5 until 7 o'clock this
evening, when Mrs. W M. Passmore
will rejeeive for a grpup of the young
er unmarried men and women. Her
sister, Miss Bloodgood of Milwaukee,
is the honor guest, and the young peo
ple were bidd en in a most informal
way to meet her Spring flowers will
furnish an attractive decoration, with
yellow tulips in the parlors and red
in the dining-room. The Misses Hart
and Miss Marguerite Welles and the
Misses Wood of St. Paul will assist
Mrs. Dayton Williams gave a lunch
on to-day for Mrs. Arth ur R. Hop
ki ns of Chicago. Next Saturday after
noon Mrs. W Harmon and Mrs.
Morris E Moore will entertain at
cards for Mrs. Hopkins at the home
of Mrs. Harmon, and Saturday eve
ni ng there will be a sleighi ng party.
^Tuesday Mrs Hopkins will be an
honor guest at the musicale which
Mrs. Walter Badger will give for tht
The card party which Mmes. J.
Cooper, V. H. VanSlyke and J. J.
Flather were announced to give at
the West hotel ne xt Saturday for the
Minneso ta Church Home for Aged
Women has been indefinitely post
Mr. and Mrs. Edward E Mitchell
will entertain the Travelers Tuesday
eveni ng at their home, 3309 Second
avenue S. The announcement that
Mrs. Mitchell would entertain at cards
Monday afternoon was incorrect.
Mrs. C. Ellis Fisher will give two
card parties next week, Wednesday
and Thursday afternoons.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Robinson and
Mr. and Mrs. W S. Jenkins will enter
tain at cards Friday evening at their
home on Portland avenue.
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage of Martha Josephine Gordon to
Sumner Ervin Anderson, to take place
Wednesday eveni ng at 8 o'clock, at the
home of the bride's uncle, George
Gordon, 3106 Eleventh avenue S.
Company First Infantry, M. K.
G., will give its annual ball Tuesday
evening, Feb. 16, in Elks* hall. The
First Regiment band will play.
A profusion of pretty pink prim
roses and tulips, a tangle of vines and
ferns decked the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Wilb ur Fenno Thayer on Mount Curve
avenvfe, last evening, when th ey enter
tained sixty gues ts for Mrs. John Fer
tig of Chicago, who is visiting in the
twin cities. Moorish hanging lamps
and pink tapers in candelab ra and
holders, cast a rosy glow thru the
rooms. Six-hand euchre was played
and the score cards were sug
gestive of Valentine day and tied with
pink. Supp er was served from a table
made beautiful with pink azaleas and
carnations and there was a large ba s
ket of the blossoms in the center, en
circled &Cjth pink tapers. The ices
and confectio ns also, announced the
afcfproach of Valentine day." Mmes.
E. G. Walton, G. Fertlg and C. E
Thayer assisted the hostess.
The visiting delegates to the biennial
convention of Sigma Alpha Epsilon
learned how delightful it was to be
honor guests last evening when the
local chapt er gave a dance in the West
hotel. The ordinary was hung with
purple and gold, the fraternity-colors,
which furnished an effective bac k
ground for the ferns and palms as
well as for the pretty gowns of the
women. The mantel was a tangle of
green In which white lilies were
caught. The hangings of purple and
gold were also in the hall and supper
The patroness es of the dance were
Mmes. I. Whitney, A. V. Sidles.
M. Anderson, W A. Snow, L. O. Mer
riam, C. L. Harrington, Frances
Potter, Chapin, M. R. Wilcox,
Misses Mary G. Peck, and Hope Mc
Donald, and the arrangements had
been made by Ralph Baldwin,
chairman of the committee, Lucien
Merritt, Morse Evans, Charles Hensel,
and John H. MacKnight.
The Phi Kappa Ps i men entertained
their feminine friends at a pretty
dancing party last evening at the Mini
kahda club. Pink carnations and lav
endar bunting were us ed to carry out
the fraternity colors in the decorations
and W B. Sheldon and Philip Has
brook had charge of the arrange
ments. Mmes. W S. Patte e, M. A.
Yerxa. Herbert Maughan, L. A Paige
and William Sudduth shared the
pleasa nt task of chaperoning the
young people. Supper was served at
Mrs. George W Gould chose red for
the color of the decorations and ap
pointments of the party which she
gave last evening at her home on
Fourth street SE in honor of a bridal
couple. Miss Clara Belle Presco tt
and John Willard Gearey, and tulips
and southern smilax ran riot thru the
parlors with spires and tulips in the
dining-room. During the evening the
bridal couple were showered with
pretty gifts and later, supper was
served. Mrs. Herbert Gould and
a group of the younger women aided
Mrs. Gould in entertaining her forty
A reception for the members and
congregati on of the Park Avenue Con
gregational church was giv en last
evening at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. W J. Jennison, 2546 Portland
avenue. The women present were in
vited to choo se a partner and take him
to the billiard-room, where the men
trimmed hats. The women wore the
creations during the remainder of the
evening. Miss Frances Vincent sang
a beautiful program of songs. Ices
were served in the dining-room by
Misses Frankie Woodard, Helen Smith
and Edna Chapman.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Raccoons are reported very plentiful in ths
David Friedman is home from the east.
Our Own Big Lkje clnn will glre a dance at
the Phoenix club Tuesday night.
The Sans Souci club will glye a dancing party
Thursday evening- In the Phoenix club.
Miss Antoinette Shimonek of St. Paul is the
truest for a few days of Miss Marian Barber.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Thian left for southern
California this week to be absent two months.
Mrs. M. H. Porter and daughter Adelyn of
Ashtabula. Ohio, are guests of their cousin
Mrs. C. M, Pond.
Mr. and Mrs. Hovey C. Clarke and Mrs. Black
mar left last evening for Chicago on their way
to California for the remainder of the winter.
Mrs. Thompson entertained Hennepin court
No. 2, Royal Ladles, at a thimble bee yester
day afternoon. About twenty guests were pres
Mrs. Martha Bintliff of West Superior who
has been spending several days with Mrs. Ernest
Grant. 8112 Third avenue S, left last evenlne
for New York.
Minneapolis ai rivals at Holland House for the
v.eek were: Fred L. Gray, C. H. Van Camnen
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Sweatt, A. W. Morrison
C. B. Wales, C. A. Smith, Miss N. Smith Miss
Adeline Smith, Georjre II. Partridge.
Minneapolib people at New York hotels are
rfs follows- Earllngton. F. E. Tallant Manhat
tan, Mrs. O. W. Hnskell: Imperial, II. i .Tohn
ston, Waldorf, T, 1\ Pease Holland, T. Lon-
rey, H. V. Jones Murray Hill. C. O John
son. Karjrq, N. D.Manhattan, C. S, Hunter.
DnluthVictoria, T. M. Donough. Fierre, S. D.
Manhattan, O. N. Herded, C. Y. Buike,
Tourists, Public Library building, 10
Disco club, Mrs. E A. Montgomery,
3320 First avenue R, afternoon.
Atawasios club, Mrs. Louise Lewis,
927 Chicago avenue, 2:30 p. m.
Admir al Farragut circle, 710 Fif
teenth avenue S. evening.
Columbian club, Mrs. L. W Gam
mons, 2110 Girard avenue S, 2:30.
Kenwood Monday club, Mrs. S.
Cook, 1932 Penn avenue S, afternoon.
Portland Avenue Historical club,
Mr. and Mrs. W J. Jennison, 2546
Portland avenu e, evening.
Utopi an club, Mrs. T. G. Reed, 822
Twenty-second avenue S.
Reception for Mr Fenollosa.
Ernest Fenollosa was the honor
guest at the weekly at home of the
Teachers' club in the Y. W C. A
building this afternoon. Invitations
had been sent to others outside of the
club who might be interested in meet
ing Professor Fenollosa, who gave
a delightful informal talk on "Japan
and Korea." The teache rs of the
Prescott and Logan schools with the
executive board of the club were hosts
and the guests were received by Mr.
Fenollosa, Mrs. George Harrison, Dr.
and Mr. C. M. Jordan, Misses Emma
Roberts, Jessie Forester, E Wil
liams, Harriet Cox, Effie Kennedy,
Bruce and Joseph Jorgens of the
board and Mrs N S. Colegrove, prin
cipal of the Prescott school, and Miss
Clara E Jennison, principal of the Lo
gan. The teachers of the two schools
assisted thru the rooms and at the
chocolate table and samovar. Palms
and daffodils made a bright decora
tion. Miss Edith Lindblom and Miss
Lilian Nippert of the Logan school
gave vocal and violin numbers and a
boy soprano from the Prescott and
Frank Forsell also furnished vocal
solos. Pictur es of famous paintings
in the European galleries collected by
Miss Emma Roberts while she was
abroad last summer and curios gath
ered in Japan by Mrs. George Harri
son proved of interest to the guests.
Methodist Women Meet.
About one hundred and fifty dele
gates attend ed the joint quarterly
meeting of the Woman's Home Mis
sionary societies of the Minnesota and
northern Minneso ta conferences,
which was held yesterday in the Ham
line Methodist church. Mrs. Grove
of St. Paul presided, and the reports
giv en of the various branches of work
showed a most encouraging condition.
Mrs. Safford, the treasurer 'of
the North Minnesota conference, re
ported $599.40 raised in the Minne
apolis district $136.88, Duluth dis
trict $186.62, Litchfield district, and
$64.87, Crookston district making a
total of $1,145.60, and the disburse
ments were $1,088.77. Mrs. J. H. Fitz,
treasurer of the Minnesota confer
ence, reported $-544.*90 as raised dur
ing the year. After luncheon Mrs.
W. R. Rid er of the northe rn confer
ence to ok charge of the program,
which include^ a paper on "Th Mis
sion Work in ..yiaska/' by Mrs. A
Van Anda of Minneapolis.
James Bryant W C.
James Bryant W R. C. met Tues
day afternoon and "enjoyed a program
of music and readings by Mmes. Por
ter, Sprague, Wall, Per ry and C. H.
Whitney. Mrs. Lillie, who has recen t
ly returned from California, gave a
talk on the corps there. Captain
Grant was introduced and announced
that his stereopticon lecture, "Scenes
from the Civil War," would be giv en
Thursday evening, Feb. 18, in the
Unitarian church. The aid society
will meet Friday with Mrs. Cole, 2537
Clinton avenue. The post and corps
will entertain Appomatox post and
corps Tuesday evening in the hall,
Lake street and Nicollet avenue.
W C. A Meetings.
"The Little Green God will form
the topic of a book review which
will be giv en by Miss M. Bell Jeffery,
at the Young Women's Christian as
sociation to-morrow at 4 o'clock.
Mrs. W A. Lancaster will give a
parlor talk on "Tintoretto," the Vene
tian artist, at the art history course
on Wednesday at 8 o'clock.
The millinery classes will receive
new pupils Monday evening and
Thursday afternoon, and there are a
few vacancies in the other domestic
science and art classes.
Studio Tea Next Week.
The friends of the Ladies' Thurs
day Musicale as well as the members
are invited to the studio tea which
will be giv en Thursday afternoon from
3 until 5 o'clock in the Metropolitan
building. A Informal program of
music will be giv en and Mmes. A.
Bright and Earl Partridge Will preside
at the tea tables.
An informal patheilns of the llteiary people
in Minneapolis will be held to-moirow at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. O'Brien, 917 Fifth
The Women's Mi?ionar sooietv of Augustann
T/utheron church will celebrate its tweuty-ttfth
anniversary March 4 and committees have been
appointed to arrange the program.
A reception will be given Wednesday evening
at the Miss'on cottage and Deaconess home of
Augustana Lutheran church, ll8*Eighth street S.
The Theosophlcal Free Studv class will meet
Wednesday evening In the Dayton building. The
circulating library is open in the club room, 411
Dayton building, daily, fioni 1 30 until 5
The Territorial Pioneer Woman's club will
meet with Mrs. Hazznru and Mrs. Wurts, 93
Eleventh street, St. Paul. Tuesday afternoon.
The regular monthly meeting of the directors
of Mnternitv hospital will be held at the hospi
tal. 2201 Western avenue, Tuesday morning, at
"When W Were 21. Some of us
remember that time. Se Dick Ferris
in the cast next Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. Russell Sage is considered as the
type of the American woman in the Amer
ican home in the February number of the
Twentieth Century Home. The home is
spelled in big capitals all thru the mag
azine and there are articles on every
phase pertaining to it as well as stories,
poems, feature articles and pictures to
amuse the dwellers in the home. The mag
azine is the first number of a new venture
of the Cosmopolitan company and pre
sents a most attractive appearance.
What to Ea for February Is almost a
St. Louis exposition number for several
pages are devoted to the exhibits of pure
foods which will play a prominent part in
the Palace of Agriculture. Pure foods are
also considered in other articles by die
tetic students. There are many sugges
tion^ for unique entertainments for Valen
tine Day and Washington's birthday and
the usual array of menus and amusing
FIRST WEE SEES?
MAN I N TH E RAC E
JOURNAL WORLD'S FAIR VOTING
CONTEST BEGINS O VIM.
Various Districts Are Well Represent-
and There Are More Contest-
ants Still to EnterContract Sub-
scriptions Must for New Sub-
scribers to Counted.
Here Is a list of all contestants in
The Journal's world's fair pop
ular cotlng contest, with their votes,
up to Friday night.
It should be especially observed that
all contract subscriptions must be for
new subscriptions, not renewals of old
ones. This rule will be rigidly ob
served. If you send in a contract sub
scription, it must be fore a new sub
scriber to The Journa 1not for
some one who is already taking the
Coupon, entry blank and table of
what votes count will be found on
anoth er page.
District Xo 1
iDss Ingu'Roren. Yankton. SD.,., 50
Roscoe C. Iteming ton, Geddes, S. D, 35
District No 2
Miss "Myrtle Hopkins. Estelllne. S. D. TO
Miss Wiunifred Warke, Miller, S. loo
Professor J- Flood, Pierre, S.
Mrs. Lizr4e S. Elliott, Wateitown, S. D.... 35
District fco. 3
Arthur II. Patterson, White Rock, S. D. 86
District No. 1
Miss Beretn A. Hanson, Grafton, N. S5
District No. 2
J. \V. Hanuaher. 410 Tenth street N,
Fargo, N 31
District No. 3
.Tames D. Wheat. Kemnare, N. 50
Mrs. Onward II I'leek, Washburn. N. D. 75
District No 4
Ed S. Ott. New Salem, N. I) 1,-,
George W. Leo Gladstone, N. 4,500
District Xo. 2
Mrs. A B. Hancock, Fort Dodge, Iowa 100
R. J. Stephen, Estherville, Iowa 75
District No. 3
Mis* DOIIM Lambertson, Clear Lake, Iowa.. 1.401
It. E. Carl}on. Clear Lake, Iowa 3,S30
C. H. Springer. St. Ansgar. Iowa SO
Miss Bliss Andeison. Mason City, Iowa 150
Glenn R. Simco\, Garner. Ion 1 1 35
Miss Adele Treat, f1 Gelbert st, Charles
District No. 1
Miss Barbara Moselle, Hurley, Wis 8"
District No. 3
Lester I,. Coibett, Ladysmith, Wis 1.300
Miss Alys Martin. New Richmond, Wis... 3,003
H. B. Locke, Ellsworth, Wis 000
District No. 1
Justus Anderson. Kennedy, Minn 100
A. Carlson. Kennedy. Minn i0o
Gordon Cameion. Crookston, Minn' 115
Harold Auglin. Crookston. Minn 480
George A. Markham. Beniidji. Minn 30
Martin Mossefln. Crookston, Minn 100
District No. 2
Peder N. Pederson. Moorhead. Minn. 100
Miss Minnie Gleason, Moorhead, Minn 1,560
Distiict No 3
Nils Rolen. Alexandria. Minn 105
G. Gordon. Pelican Rapids. Minn. 76
Norman J. Brown. Browns Valley, Minn 300
.Mib. Lestei. Breckinridge. Minn. 90
Fred F. Stoebe. Campbell, Minn 35
District No. 4
John A. Green, Graceville, Minn 401
District No J5
John Kousbruch. St Ptter, Minn 10
Andrew- Madsen. Hutchinson, Minn 15
A N. Molstad, Hanle.v Falls, Minn ll
Miss Mary N Mavwell. Fairfax. Minn.. 26
A W. Rood. Nicollet. Minn... son
Bernard Casserly, Marshall, Minn 25
District No. 0
Albert H. Kurtb, Mankato. Minn 74
Jacob I. Bargen. Mountain Lake, Mmu. 105
Disti ict No. 7
Miss Florence G. Merritt. Bralnerd. Minn 36
Mis. Irvln Reem, Princeton, Minn 11
District No\ 8,
George Hildebrand, Lyle. Minn 100
Miss Kathryh Hotfman, Hastings. Minn.. 400
It. C. Hlgglns. Cannon Falls, Minn 40
George Davis, Winona. Minn 35
Antone Thomson, Owatonna, Minn 60
Fieeman P. Phipps. Farmlngton, Minn 35
Jnv Payne. Lansing, Minn 36
District No. 9
Louis Nolsoi\, Grove Citj Minn 25
James S. Endslow, Hewitt. Minn 310
Jesse Johnson, Clarissa, Minn 315
Miss Frances Doin. Buffalo. Minn 26
K. Larson, Belgrade, Minn 76
Henry A. Witcner, Litcnfield. Minn 120
Miss Maiy Welter, 20 Lniversity avenue
Miss Lula J. Campbell, 31S Fifteenth
avenue SE 300
Rhoda Thayer. 1100 Fifth street N. 1.625
Don B. Adams, 3503 Lyndale avenue N... 3,000
Chns. Mosiman. 720 Sixteenth av N 6,713
Miss Ina Lvon, 1822 Fifth street N 1,000
Emil Emerson. Berkelev hotels 1.012
n. V. Heritage, Metropolitan cigar store ll
B. Johnson. Berkeley hotel 312
Sydney O. Snvdsv, 3033V. Fourth av S. 1,604
James A. Craigie. 1027 Portland av 31
David R. Aumdel, 708 Eighth st S 224
Ernest L. Anderson, 128 E Fifteenth st.. 15
Miss Cora Swenson. 518 Nineteenth av R. 35
Miss Anna Flagstadt, lfltO Riverside av S. 33
Heniy Dean. 3149 Bloomington avenue 35
Colonel E. T. Lee, 3158 Bloomington ave
Miss Selma Hamilton, 2718 Seventeenth
avenue S 35
Herbert R. Fall, 2913 Fourth avenue 025
Miss Madge De Cor'sey, 3044 Park avenue 4.2S2
Miss Florence M. Harrington, 3028 Hen
nepin avenue 2t,(S*
Miss Josa Halgren, 614 W Lake street 13,405
C. W. Gray, 2422 Central avenue 3,256
James W. Austin, 2710 Bryant avenue N. 85
Melville D. Borgman, 1527 E Nineteenth
Charles Strot, 2230 Twenty-sixth av S 575
Brooks A. Plummer, 2314 E Franklin ave
ne Twelfth Ward-
James M. (Juigley. 3209 Twenty-fust ave
nue S 35
Edward C. Cole, 2532 Twenty-ninth ave
nue S 73
Miss Elisabeth M. Shattnck, 4009 Queen
avenue S OQ
"m Pettijohn, 203 W Fifty-second street'." 22
BEFORE THE PUBLIC EYE
Blanche Booth will give a dramatic re
cital Friday evening under the auspices of
St. Paul's Episcopal church choir in the
parish rooms, Franklin and Bryant ave
nues S. Miss Booth is a niece of the fa
mous Edwin Booth and a reader of rare
ability. Her selections will be scenes from
Sothern's play, "If I Were King" Shaks
pere's "Merchant of Venice" Sheridan's
"School for Scandal," and several humor
ous dialect numbers
The Ralph Connor club will give a con
cert Monday evening in Grace Presbyter
ian church. W. C. McWhinney and George
Greaves are making the arrangements and
the program will include vocal and instru
mental numbers, a trombone solo by the
soloist of the Symphony orchestra and a
selection by a double quartet.
BURNETT'S EXTRACT OF VANILLA.
In purity and strength pre-eminently superior.
Change in Train Service.
Commencing Sunday, Feb. 7, the
Northern Pacific train which has been
running on Sundays between St. Paul
and Wyoming on the "Duluth Short
Line," leavi ng St. Paul at 2:00 p. m.,
and arriving at St. Paul on the return
trip at 6:10 p. m., will run between
St. Paul and "White Bear only. Sun
ay passengers for Bald Eagle, Hugo,
Forest Lake and Wyoming will use the
Lake Superior Limited.
For a Hbspital Fund. *4
The re will be a benefit at the Ly
ceum theater next Monday and Tues
day evenings for the Royal league
hospital fund. The Ferris company
will present "When W Were Twenty
one," a comedy made famous by Nat
Goodwin. The city council will at
tend the performance Monday eve
ning, and an addre ss will be made by
May or Haynes./
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. ^FEBBTJAR 6 WO^W^^'tflff^lSISf
TITLES AND AUTHORS
SIR ROGER DE COVERLEY
THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD
THE MAN OF FEELING
PRIDE AND PREJUDICE
TROUBLE PURSUES HIM
Doctor Released From Prison Attacked by
Pittsburg, Feb. 6Dr. William P.
Kountz. who was liberated by guberna
torial clemency after serving seven months
of his Ave years' sentence for killing Con
tractor John F. Walsh, has found that his
troubles are not over. Shortly after his
release suit was entered by Kountz' wife
for divorce, and another suit was filed
against him on behalf of the minor chil
dren of his victim for pecuniary damages.
The tragedy was the result of an es
trangement between Dr. Kountz and his
wife, the latter acting as housekeeper for
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