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With the coming of the first ice and
snow, the members of the Excelsior
Yacht club are takitog notice of the con
ditions and prospects for the ice-boat
season. L. F. Sampson, commodore of
the Excelsior Ice Yacht club, will call
a meeting this week and plans are well
under way- for beginning the racing
season before the Christmas holidays.
New officers will be elected at the meet
ing. Theodore Wetmore has been visit
ing at the lake and as he is on of the
enthusiastic ice boat sailors his interest
in the doings of the clubs will be quite
an impetus. Among the members of the
club who are already getting their boats
ready are Charles Wheeler, skipper of
ijhe Surprise, Commodore Sampson, skip
per of the Bed Dragon, and Mr. Camp,
who sails the Cyclone.
Miss Mae Morrison, of St. Paul, en
tertained at a luncheott Friday after
noon at her home in St. Paul for Miss
Lula Sampson, whose maid of honor she
will be. The guests were a group of
St. Paul young women. After the lunch
eon euchre was played. Monday after
noon Mrs. Frank Palmer, of Excelsior,
will entertain Miss Sampson.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Sampson enter
tained at a family dinner Thursday at
the Sampson house. Covers were laid
Saturday evening MTS. Aimy Lyman
entertained at dinner for Miss Sampson
and Mr. Plecker. Mmes. Walter Sampson
and Frank Sampson entertained Tues
day for the bride at the home of Mrs.
Walter Sampson. Ten young women
had been invited for a sewing bee and
after the dainty tteedlework was fin
ished refreshments were served. Pres
ent were Misses Sampson, Loretta
Broderick, Bose Berg, Clara Hay, Hazel
Heywood, Louise Gladden, Stevens, and
Mmes. A. A. Bast and Frank Palmer.
The souvenir for the prospective bride
was a handsome leather bound booklet
containing many acceptable suggestions
for a youttg housekeeper.
The annual meeting of the Excelsior
Congregational church will be held
Friday evening will be the date of the
Epworth League concert course enter
tainment. The Imperial Entertainers
have arranged a delightful concert in
the town hall.
fathers and their cus-
toms was the general subject of the
Thanksgiving program of the Magazine
club of Excelsior at its meeting Tues
day. Miss Anna Morse read a clever
paper on "Puritan Holidays.'' Mrs.
Ella Stratton spoke entertainingly on
"Boston of Today." The responses to
roll call were Thanksgiving quotations.
At the next meeting, Tuesday evening,
Rev. Donald McKenzie will discuss the
"Current Events." Miss Nettle Jack
son will give a "New Year History."
Bev. C. J. Swain will speak on "Tour
ing New York." Mrs. Charles Cheely
has arranged a program of Dutch songs.
Colonel John Goodreow, of Excelsior,
entertained at a family dinner Thurs
The Women's Home Missionary so
ciety of the Methodist church will serve
a chicken pie supper in I. O. O. F. hall
Saturday evening. The proceeds of the
supper will go to the relief fund for the
Finns in noither'n" Minnesota.
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Hallowell
spent Sunday at their Ferndale cottage.
Miss Florence Tibbetts entertained
Miss Agnes Marks over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smock enter
tained a party of friends at their home
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Tibbetts, Miss
Florence Tibbetts and Guy Nealey
were guests of Dr. J. I. Tibbetts
The public school is closed for thea
usual Thanksgiving vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Hewitt and
son spent Sunday in Ferndale.
Mrs. R. B. Dickey and Miss Ida
Dickey were guests of Mrs. Edward
Hursh at Long Lake, over Thanksgiv
Mr. and Mrs. John Glassoff are inis
Cambridge, Minn., for a few days.
Miss Reba Watson of Brooklyn Cen
ter, is visiting Miss Belle Broden.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Alvin Davies and
J. L- Davies were guests of J. M. Da
Mr. and Mrs. Foster spent Thanks
givign with Mrs. William Swaggert.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Moore gave a
family dinner Thursday. Covers were
laid for seventeen.
Mrs. B. N. Knapp is visiting friends
The Willing Workers met Friday
%ith Mrs, William Bushnell.
The annual bazaar and New England
ipper will be given Tuesday evening,
12, in the town hall. A special
Sieeting will be held Tuesday at the
ome of Mrs. J. M. Davies.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hale and fam
[ily have closed their summer home at
^Robinson's Bay, and went to Chicago
for the football game on Thanksgiving
"fday. Mr. and Mrs. Hale have taken
^apartments on Twenty-second street.
i Mr. and Mrs. Al Wagner and their
:10ns went into the city for Thanksgiv
ing and were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
tD. R. Wagner at their home on Chicago
avenue. They will move into the Wag-
-\aaer home this week to spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Polley and Mrs.
.jJijElla Donaldson of Minneapolis spent
^^Thanksgiving as guests of Mr. and Mrs.
!321mer Moses a' Wildhurst.
and Mrs. George Harrison and
|p.Mrs. Willis Walker visited at the
^^Brooks cottage, Cottagewood, Thanks
Mr. and Mrs. S. Beardsley of Minne
apol is were guests of Dr. and Mrs. R.
E. Perkins of Excelsior Thanksgiving.
-In the evening Dr. Perkins, Miss Per
kins and Mr. and Mrs. Beardsley went
to the theater in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Phelps were in
Chicago for the football game Thanks
Mrs. Floyd St. John and two daugh
ters of the Sampson house have gone to
Chicago to visit Mrs. St. John's rela
tives until after the holidays.
Miss Ida Purchase of Minneapolis
was the guest of Miss Nell Stoddard
Mrs. W. B. Morse and Miss Morse
"Spent Thursday with friends in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Gerber of St. Paul
Thanksgiving with friends at Ex
Miss Gertrude Dennis of Milwaukee
spent Thanksgiving with her aunt at
the upper lake.
Mr. and Mrs. L. BT. Perkins and son
of Excelsior spent Thanksgiving visit
ing friends in St. Paul."
p,? Mrs. M. Beed and the Misses Irma
rr*,and Marion Reed were guests of Mr.
il^and Mrs. H. M. Perry at Excelsior.
if Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perkins of Ex
&s-celsior entertained at a Thanksgiving
gfc dinner for a family party. Mr. and
*&Lrs. Burke O 'Bnen and family of Jfin-
p^ *neapolis were among their guests.
Mr. and Mrs. John Morse of Excel-
SOGIAL NEWS FROM THE*mSUBURBS
sior have left for Grand Rapids, Minn.,
where Mr. Morse has bought a fine
farm for stock raising.
Miss Taska von Scholten of the Du
luth high school has been spending
Thanksgiving at Excelsior.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Snell of Red Wing
were Thanksgiving guests of relatives
Misses Anne Donaldson, Helen Smith
and Alice Monasters of St. Paulvisited
their aunt at the upper lake Thanks
Mr. and Mrs. Justin Dickinson were
visitors at the lake Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Raitz of Min
neapolis visited at Mr. Raitz* home in
Mrs. Ernest McDonald of .Seattle,
Wash.t who has been visiting at her old
home in Excelsior, returned Tuesday to
the Pacific coast.
Mrs. L. H. Norwood spent Sunday
with friends in Excelsior.
Mrs. E. F. Smith and Miss Edna
Smith of Davenport, Iowa, who spent
the summer at Manitou, are at the
Ray irehase spent Thursday at the
Mrs. F. W. Muckey of Minneapolis
visited at the lake Monday.
Judge Williams of Excelsior has gone
Mrs. Claude Leline and son Kenneth,
who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Louis McOormick, have returned to
Iron River, Wis.
William E. Albee and Henriette Hoe
vel were guests of friends at Excelsior
Miss Lucretia A. Rodell, who has
spent a year on Puget sound, has re
turned to her home in Markville.
P. Creaser spent Thursday at his
home near Excelsior.
Mrs. J. I. Voyer and Miss Ruth Voyer
are visiting Professor James Voyer at
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cotton, St. Paul,
and party of six made a trolley trip
to the lake Thursday afternoon.
Miss Mabel Stone of the Excelsior
school spent Thanksgiving with rela
tives in St. Paul.
Mrs. E. N. Richards and Misses Rich
ards will close their lake home near
Excelsior early this week and return
to the city. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Lang
don were their guests for Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. McDermott of
Kansas City visited friends at the lake
Miss Annie D. Springer, who has been
spending a month visiting her cousin
on the upper lake, returned to Milwau
kee Friday evening.
ST. ANTHONY PARK
Mr. and Mrs. George Eggleton enter
tained Friday evening.
Harold Stevenson is visiting'Mr. and
Mrs. G. S. Williams, Jr., at Walker,
Edward Johnson is in Willmar.
Mrs. Selford will entertain the Ami
cus club Friday evening.
Mrs. George Passage is visiting her
father in Wahpeton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ware entertained
at dinner Thursday.
Wilbur Todd was surprised Tuesday
evening at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Frank Tisdale, in celebration of
his birthday anniversary.
Miss Pauline Berchem entertained
the L. B. T. V. club Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Francis enter
tained the Scott club Monday evening.
Miss Kate Pettvjohn entertained the
Young People's 'Card club Tuesday
Mrs. Cedwell, who has been the guest
of Mrs. Lovine, has returned to herher
Miss Grace Costello entertained at
The Ladies' guild of the Episcopal
church held an all-day meeting at the
home of Mrs. Jurgens Tuesday.
Mrs. Stevenson entertained at a
Thanksgiving dinner. Covers were
laid for twelve.
Mrs. Burghardt entertained Mrs. D.
E Clark Sunday.
Mrs. N. P. Nelson entertained at a
family dinner Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Piper and family spent
Thanksgiving in Mankato, guests of
Mrs. Piper's brother.
The union Thanksgiving sendee was
held in the MethodiBt church. Rev.
E. S. Pressey preached the sermon.
The Congregational church will hold
special musical service this evening.
The program is in charge of the C. E.
Mrs. Josephine Hunter has returned
from the east.
Mr. and Mrs. Mixer and family spent
Thanksgiving at Kenwood.
Miss Jessie Baker of Appleton, Minn.,
the guest of Mrs. Walker.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Con
gregational church was entertained
Tuesday by Mrs. Borneman.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton entertained
at dinner Thanksgiving Day.
Mrs. Kagstion of St. Paul entertained
the Aid society of the Methodist church
Mr. and Mrs. Jewett are visiting in
Fond du Lac, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Hall entertained
at dinner Thanksgiving.
The Missionary society of the Con
gregational church will meet with Miss
Cheney Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner Blake enter
tained at a family Thanksgiving dinner.
The "alumni of the Murray school gave
a concert Monday evening for the ben
efit of the school.
The ladies of the Congregational
church will hold a Christmas sale Tues
day afternoon, Dec. 19, in the basement
of the church.
Mr. and Mrs. Burghardt entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Olds of Minneapolis at
dinner on Thursday.
Mrs. Berchem will entertain the
Chrysanthemum club Wednesday.
Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Cates entertained
Professor and Mrs. Green* at dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Walker entertained at
cards Thursday evening.
The history division of the St. An
thony Park association will meet Thurs
day afternoon with Mrs. Haecker.
Miss Bessie McKean spent part of
the week at Eden Prairie.
Miss Adeline Wells is visiting in Aus
Miss Ethel Heilman left this week for
her home in Marshall.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Hillman of Mer
riam Park entertained a party of Ham
line young people Friday evening.
Miss Ada Hanson has" been entertain
ing Miss Holdon of Anoka.
Miss Pearl Clements is at her home
Miss Edna Haley spent Thanksgiving
at Le Sueur.
Mrs. George S. Innes has been enter
taining Mrs. Robie of Red Wing.
Mrs. Comstock of Cuinborlanu, Wis.,
has been a guest of Mio. James King.
rlJNdj. S Friday Evening.
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Mrs. F. A. Lawrence entertained at
Mrs. M. E. Jones of Red Wing, who
has oeen the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Wililam T. Rich, has returned to her
Miss Minnie Robson spent part of the
week at Red Wing.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Adams enters
tained informally at dinner Wednesday
Miss Marion Hunt of tre ladies' hall
spent Thursday at Manknto.
Mrs. George Brewer of Rolling Creek,
Wis., has been a recent guest of Mrs.
W.Hhee of Try street.
Miss Cunningham of Sleepy Eye
spent a few days with Mrs. 0. W. (Jun
Dr. and Mrs. D. Kuox^Caldwell of
Milaca are guests of Dr. anl Mrs. J. P.
Mrs. William Weimer has gone to
visit her daughter, Mrs. Price of Bil
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ballentyne and
daughter have moved to St. Paul for
Misses Mabel and Effie Wood are
guests at a house party in Minneapolis.
Miss Martha Roland, after a short
visit to her sister, Mrs. C. W. Cunning
ham, has gone to St. James.
Rev. and Mrs. George Makely enter
tained at dinner Monday evening at
their home on Hewitt avenue.
Mrs. Wallace Boyer entertained Sat
urday for her sister, Mrs. Carl Shel
don of Duluth.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Heines of Texas
spent last week with Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Cole of Taylor avenue.
Mrs. E. A. Allan, who has been spend
ing several months with her mother in
Atlantic City, N. J., has returned.
Miss Beryl Rice of Sleepy Eye spent
Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Rice of Snelling ave
The sophomore class of Hamline uni
versity will give a reception and ban
quet in honor of the senior class Thurs
The junior class of Hamline univer
sity will give its annual reception and
banquet in honor of the freshmen class
Mrs. William S. "Van Meter gave a
luncheon Tuesday at her home on Van
Buren street in honor of Mrs. Moore of
Minneapolis and Miss Cheney of St.
Miss Nettie Robinson, who has been
spending several weeks at Morgan, will
return hom this week.
The Okiyaka club gave a musical
Monday evening at the home of Miss
Eva Winston on Snelling avenue. Miss
Lettie Rice had charge of the program.
Musical numbers were given by Misses
Carlotta Stockdill, Cora Winston and
the Misses' Lucille and Mabel Messer
Professor and Mrl. James King enter
tained at a musical Friday evening in
honor of their guest, Mrs. Comstock of
Cumberland, Wis. They were assisted
by Miss Mildred Hall and the Misses
Marjory and Jennie Condon. Professor
R. Watson Cooper gave several read
The Cosmopolitan club gave a re
ception Thursday evening Oilvet
Congregational church. Professor Maria
Sanford spoke on "Venetian Art," and
light refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Shepardson enter
tained at dinner Thursday evening.
Covers were laid for fourteen. The
table decorations were baskets of fruit.
Mrs. J. T. Henderson will entertain
Sunday school class of young wom
en at a picnic supper tomorrow evening.
Mr. and Mr* Urquhart of Ashland
avenue entert^.ned the Book club last
Mrs. Marvin entertained at dinner
Wednesday evening in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. F. C. Stevens.
Mrs. J. F. Hillscher entertained the
Thursday Card club Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Huntington
gave a large dinner party Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ray and Miss
Mary Ray spent the week with relatives
Mrs. Willis Pierce and son of Bald
Eagle will spend December and Janu
ary with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Adamson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Adamson enter
tained a party of young people at din
ner Thursday in honor of their daugh
Mrs. E. J. Upham was the guest of
honor at a luncheon given by Mrs. O.
P. Shepardson Tuesday afternoon. Cov
ers were laid for twelve, and the table
decorations were pink chrysanthemums.
The Cosmopolitan club met Wednes
day with Mrs. Cooke.
Mrs. Rice of Iglehart street enter
tained the Young Women's Euchre club
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conroy of Minne
apolis, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Humason
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Humason of
Merriam Park spent Thursday with,
friends at Dodge Center, Minn.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will havCeo a sale tomorrowdafter
noon and serve supper in the evening.
W:/^ Woman's Section. THE "MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. Woman's Section.
Ladies' Five Hundred club Monday
Mrs. W. C. Williston and Mrs. J. H.
Rich, who have bee
of Mr and
Cowles,n have to
Red Wing, Minn.
The Daughters of the King will hold
their annual election of officers tomor
rri,Q v,,- 0 4
T, Charles E
ine cnoir of St. Mary',s Episcopa, was a recent. visitor a Bedlands.
Mr. and Mrs. F, Lynch have gone
to Washington, J). C.
church will give a musical at thethony
rectory Friday evelring.
The ladies of %the Congregational
church will Have a family work sale
Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. O, Pierce, who has been visiting
her children, has returned to Oshkosh,
Mr? and Mrs. J. P. Adamson will
spend next week with Br. and Mrs.
Boehme of St. Cloud, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E, Bow entertained
at dinner Thursday evening. Covers
were laid for fourteen,
Mr. and Mrs. Magnusson entertained
at Thanksgiving dinner.
The young people of the Episcopal
church gave a silver social at the home
of Mrs. J. H. Helson Saturday evening.
Musical numbers were by Miss Flynn.
Miss Jackson, ^Paul Thorne, Elbert
Strong, Claude Clifton and Roy Mil
ham, and humorous readings were given
by Henry Bryant.
St. Mary's Episcopal church held a
special service for the Brotherhod of
St. Andrew before the Thanksgiving
service Thursday morning.
The Congregational, Presbyterian and
Methodist Sunday schools united in a'
morning in the Congregational church.
Rev. T. J. Henderson preached.
The first of a series of four formal
hops was given by the officers of the
post on Wednesday night. The hop
room was decorated with flags, ban
ners and guidons, Chinese lanterns and
paper shades mellowing the glare of
the electric lights. In the receiving
line were Major Allen, Mrs. Frick, Mrs.
Parker, Mrs. Fiske, Mrs. Pierce and
Mrs. Mathews. Romailly served the
A number of dinners preceded the
hop on Wednesday night, the guests
going on to the dance. Mrs. Frick en
tertained Coldhel C. C. Garr and Miss
Stevens of St. Paul, Captain Ovenshme,
Mis Ovenshine and Dr. Long of the
Major and Mrs. Allen's house guests
were Miss Newport, "Reece Newpoit
and Captain Gliddon of St. Paul, Miss
Painter of Chicago.
Miss Harrison entertained at dinner
and for the hop Miss Heney, Miss
Black and Mr. Furniss of St. Paul,
Lieutenants Foote and Starkey of the
Captain and Mrs. McArthur were
hosts, for Mr. and Mrs. Swett and Mr.
and Mrs. Dean of Minneapolis.
Miss Maxfleld and Miss Barrows of
St. Paul were the guests of Miss War
ren Mapor and Mrs. Todd of St. PauF
of Captain and Mrs. Straub Miss
Westlake of Minneapolis of Captain
and Mrs. Pearce and Mr. and JMrs.
McGuire of Minneapolis of Captain and
Mrs. Parker for the hop.
Colonel Pitcher entertained at din
ner on Thanksgiving. The table was
very prettily decorated in red, masses
of carnations and the shades of the
candelabra carrying out the color
scheme. His guests were Colonel Sweet,
Lieutenant and Mrs. Talbott and Lieu
tenant and Mrs. Moreno.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Hugh Parker
gave a dinner on Thanksgiving to Cap
tain and Mrs. Barford and their guest,
Miss Synder of Wilkesbarre, Pa.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Hunt were din
ner guests of Lieutenant and Mrs. Rog
ers on Thanksgiving day.
ST. LOUIS PARK
During last /week evangelistic serv
ices Were heldiever^night in the Con
gregational church by 'Rev. Mr. Eng
strom assisted by his singer, E. J. Stev
LaslySunday night Mr. Engstroi^ pre
sided at a union* meeting of the three
Special services were held last Sun
day in the Methodist church, at which
James Archard of Hamline college pre
sided. Mr. Archard was assisted by
the Hamline quartet which gave two ex
"Miss Ruth Waddell returned from col
lege to spend Thanksgiving here.
Phil Lockwood of Chaska has been
spending several days the park.
Will H. Willcoxen has sold out hiswent
business interests here and moved with
his family to Chaska.
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman spent Thanks
giving day in Stillwater, with relatives.
Mrs. H. B. Delano of St. Paul is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Bacon in Mentone.
Mf. and Mrs. C. W. Seymour and Miss
Maude Seymour of Madelia are at Sa"tf
Mrs. H. C. Misner of Crookston, has
arrived in Riverside for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. King of Austin
are in Redlands.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Biff of MinneapO'
lis are in Los Angeles.
William Lorens aird family of Center
City have taken a house in Pasadena.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Manford have
removed from Minneapolis to Eneinitas.
Mrs. J. W. Ferguson and Miss Alice
Sloan have returned to Ellendale, Minn."
after a visit of several weeks with W.
B. Cosick and family of La Habra.
Mis. J. L. Merrell, who has been at
Whittier, has returned to Alma City,
Miss Clare A. Ebel of Minneapolis has
arrived at Redlands for the winter,
BOUT the swellest and at the
same time the most useful
Christmas Present you could make a
lady would be a LEATHER SHOP
We have some very elegant ones
with full calfskin lining, in real seal,
sea lion and mat seal, in either carved,
mottled or plain leather.
The patent safety loop cinch handle
is the very latest. These hags are
complete, with cardcases, purses, mir
rors, smelling-salts bottles and powder
The prices-range from $3 to $15 at
SEVEN FOURTEEN NICOLLET.
The descendants of Joseph, Rufus
Selotus and Nancy Brown, who came
to Minnesota and settled in St. An
in 1854, had a family reunion
and diuner Thanksgiving day in Odd
Fellows' hall on the East Side. Mrs.
Joseph Brown is the only one of the
original group who is still living, and
with Mrs. William Kelly of St. Paul
shared the honors of the day. Both Mrs.
Downs and Mrs. Kelly are 77 years
of age. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Warner
of Southeast Minneapolis were also
honor guests. Dinner was served from
one long table and each of the guests
brought something for the menu. Cov
ers were placed for fifty and four gen
erations were represented. Music was
furnished by Arthur Downs, Arthur
Seelye, Mrs. Charles Seelye, Miss Cor
mne Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Thompson. E. G. McGlauflin told some
amusing stories and sang a number of
funny songs. Dancing and cards were
the amusements until a late hour.
A large group of friends surprised
Mr. and Mrs. William Rush, Thanks
giving eve, at their residence, 601
Second street NE. The rooms were dec
orated witeh palms and ferns Cards
music anedr games were the amusements.
special Thanksgiving service Thursday Margaret Long, Mich Johanan and
i_ IL. *..___,-*,.__,_ Harry Espenbach. Among the guests
were Messrs. and Mmes. Michael A,
awarded to Agne.s Swartz,
Gerber, J. J. Brem, O. Weint, A. Poulin,
H. Espenbach, A. Laufers, Misses Eva
Jacques, Ruby Mathews, Hattie Clow,
Agnes Swartz, Grace Campbell, Mayme
Cassidy, Margery Long, Clara Rush,
Louise Rush, Messrs. John Breen,
George Elfner, Archie Cook, Bunnie
Holman, Will Stuben, Bert Pennant,
Morris Hanlon, Mich Johanan, Allie
Pratt, Fred McArdle, Walter Brem,
Babe Poulin and Frank Rush.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Holt of 163 East
Island ayenue entertained at a Thanks
giving dinner. Covers were laid for
fourteen. The rooms were decorated
with palms and ferns. A large cluster
of vellow chrysanthemums formed the
centerpiece in the dining room. The
guests were Messrs. and Mmes. George
McKeen, Edgar Boswell, Messrs. John
Murphy, Everett Holt, Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Holt and son of Chicago, Mr. and
Mrs. Brown and daughter of Still
Miss Flora Edwards is spending the
winter with relatives in California.
Mrs. P. B. Winston has returned
from a visit of several months at the
old Winston home in Virginia.
Mrs. F. C. Van Dusen will return
home from the east this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Clarke Eddy
have returned to the city and are at
118 W Twenty-sixth street for the win
ter. Miss Millicent, however, will join
Dr. and Mrs. Hosmer in Washington
for the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lowry have
gone south for an extended trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heffelfinger are
home from a trip to New York and
Virginia Hot Springs.
Mrs. H. P. Roberts and daughter are
home from the east.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Martin, who have
been in New York and Philadelphia,
are at home for the winter in their
new house on Mount Curve avenue.
Dr. and Mrs. M. P. Vander Horck
went to (Chicagd for the football game.
Mis. ^Harriet Walker Runyan re
turned last week from a visit to her
son, Willett, who is attending the Ken
tucky military institute in Louisville.
Mr. and Mrs. George Donaldson have
gone to Chicago for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Carpenter
spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Stewart in Chicago.
Mrs. A. Seyfried and daughter, Bes
sie, of Winona, are visiting Mrs. Sey
fried's son, H. T. Seyfried, 2504 Eight
eenth avenue S. S. J. Leighton of New
York is also a* guest at the Seyfried
Miss Rebecca Semple will leave this
evening to spend a fortnight in Pitts
Mrs. H. C. Goodwin of Laurel avenue
has gone east to spend the holidays
with her daughter, Mrs. E. W. Paige
at Pittsfield, Mass.
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. McLaughlin and
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. McClure were
among the Minneapolis people who
to Chicago to attend the football
Mrs. S. B. Lovejoy left last evening
for New Haven, Conn., where she will
Edgar Perera left last evening for a
trip to Egypt where he will visit rela
tives. Mr. Perera will spend some time
in Italy also and will not return home
Mrs. Sarah Farr of Nicollet avenue
will leave this evening for a month's
visit in the east.
A. P. Conrad and family, who have
been spending the summer and autumn
months at Zumbra Heights, Lake Min
netonka, have returned to the city and
are at 3232 Pleasant avenue for the
$5.00 values will be $4.00
$6.75 values will be $5.40
$7.50 values will be 86.0O
$8.75 values will be 87.00
10.00 values will be $8.00
$12,75 values will be $10.20
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Mall Orders Filled
Same Day Received.
-All Interurban Cars Stop at Our Door-
Most ImportantFur Sale oftheSeason
More than 200 Fur Jackets and neckpieces
discount of 20$ Monday.
It was our good fortune to close out a lot of small and Large Fur Neckpieces, a
fur manufacturer's sample line.
He delivered them to us free of express charges, and at a discount of 20 per cent.
This saving will be shared by our patrons as above stated.
Certainly this is an unusual as well as an important event in fact, we can't recall
the time when a fur sale of this magnitude has taken place right in the heart of the
season, just when you need the furs most.
Don't forget for a moment that every article offered is a strictly new style this
winter, such as sable fox boas and pelerines, Jap mink ties and throws, also of sable
and gray squirrel, Zaza scarfs and four-in-hands of blended brook mink, opossum
stoles and cluster scarfs.
Beautiful natural and blended mink stoles and neckpieces, also ermine, white fox,
black fox, stone marten and blue fox.'
There are Muffs to match most all of these fur neckpieces. Then there are Persian
lamb, beaver, astrachan, nearseal, krimmer, electric seal, wool seal, brook mink, and
squirrel jackets and blouses. $
All in all this is a splendra showing of seasonable furs, and all at a'uniform
count of 20 per cent, or one-fifth less than the actual selling price:
Alaska Seal Jackets for $295
ets, up to and including size 38 inches,
for $295. Either blouse or straight
front 22-in. long. Positively the best
grade of sealskin to be had at any
price. We use but one quality, the
best others ask $350 to $400, ourpr.
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$15.00 values will be $12.00
$20.00 values will be $16.00
$25.00 values will be $20.00
$35.00 values will be $28.00
$45.00 values will be $36.00
$65.00 values will be $52.00
We still make genu
ine Alaska Seal Jack-
St Paul Store, 67 to 71
Our Annual December Sale of
Winter Coats and Suits TkJ^u^we*
ELEGANT WINTER COATSFOR
Of Persian Lamb, Fox,
Mink, Ermine, Squirrel,
Marten, Opossum, Mole,
Baum Marten, etc.
Beautiful Furs much un
derpriced for this De
ONE THOUSAND HANDSOME
CLOTH AND FUR COATS
The best styles, finest materials at
the lowest season's prices. Remem
ber, this is not a Clearance Sale of
odd lots. Every garment is only a
few days old, bought by our New
York representative at much below
the regular value from the highest
class manufacturers. It is your op
portunity to buy a winter wrap
underpriced, In the season's correct
LADIES' AND MISSES'
In all sizes, imported gray mix
tures and plain materials, 46
inches long, for this dQ *Jt*
December sale p *J O
LADIES' CLOTH COATS
Collarless and with fur cellars,
fine Broadcloth, Kersey and nov
elty materials, tight-fitting and
loose back styles, their equal not
to be found 1 Cfi
for the price p /OU
LADIES' CLOTH COATS
AND MISSES' COATS
Fine Kersey, gray and brown
Tweeds, empire, overcoat and
tight fitting styles. 50 inches
long, worth A g fk
$17.50 and $20, at.tf) l*t.OU
LADIES' CLOTH COATS
For evening and street wear,
lined with white, gray or black
satin, 50 inches long, black,
brown, navy, green, castor and
red. December Artpf A A
sale price" $4wO*UV/
STREET OS EVENING WEAR
Silk Radium Velour, Broadcloth Velour, imported
Persian Lamb Cloth and Broadclothfl* Rf ELfl
handsome $45 and $50 coats, for..tJ/J I zJU
Dlly Sl, 3Tln. JOpSLfiGS^ GOO(lS W Th.
SALE OF FINE
Mohair, Sicilian, hand
some embroidered fronts
very new^also lace,
and silk waists, worth
Elegant $7.50, $8 and
$10 Silk *A QJ
Waists for.. p
DECEMBER SALE OF TRIMMED HATS
$5 and $6
Hats for $2.60
$8.50 Hats $5.00
$10 and $12
Hats for $6.50
$15 to $20
Hats for $8.50
PRIZES WILL BB GIVEN AWAY FREB.
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Brass and Pottery Novelties for Xmas.
Special Furniturein MahoganyWalnutOak.
Small RugsLeather Goods.
J. A. CLOW & CO., 806 Nicollet Ave.