ONjB LARGE BO0EK SUITABLE FOR TWO
Bfcntlenien, nine blocks from Ulass Block new
ly turnlshed, gas bath and steam, beat, will
give breakfast and 0 o'clock dinner. Coll 1718
Nicollet av. T, C. T270.
NICELY FURNISHED" ROOMS IN All. MOD-
$n apartment, also unfurnished with or with
out good board borne looking. Gentlemen
preferred. Main 795 817 -4th av &
FI&SX-CLASS BOARS AND ROOM IN PRI
"Vate family, tine location, to two gentlemen
oi two ladies, employed References ex
changed. Address 87SU, Journal
WANTEDA REFINED YOUNG LADY. EM.
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mairled woman Kettsoruble to right partjr
Call Sunday. 2018 ITtU av S.
TWO LOVELY FURNISHED ROOMS, LARGE
front pallor, all modem ut.e of piano and
i board if desired. Very teasonable, walking
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gentlemen. Steam. C. 1502. 1412 Stev
ens. Mrs Haskins
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ROOM AND BOARD FOR TWO, NEAR LAKE
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telephone 4500 Vincent av S. T. C. l
UlCELY FURNISHED ROOM, 8UITABLE FOB
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distance with table board. 62 11th bt S.
DESIRABLE STEAM-HEATED SINGLE ROOMS,
one double, be&t of tabb seivice. Parlors.
Telephones, aitcsian watei^U08 ffth av S.
room, with bosid, in modern house centially
located, rates teasonable 226 7th st S. __
LARGE FRONT ROOM, SOUTHEAST CORNER'
also single room, with board, location cen-
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BOOM AND" BOARD, WALKING DISTANCE:
if terms reasonable also table board. 1113 -d
av S. Mrs. M. Otis.
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOM IN MODERN
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vke 815 4th av S
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM AND GOOD
board, $4 per wek Board without room, $3
week. 110 5th st N.
SUITE OF THREE WITH BATH, ALSO LARGE
1' double and smglo rooms. Hotel Southern, Uth
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TWO ROOMS WITH GOOD TABLE BOARD
terms teasonable, gentlemen preferred 1611
BOOM FOR RENT, SUITABLE FOR TWO
young men, with board, modern. 115 12th
1 t N
1UITES, SINGLE ROOMS, WITH OB WITHOUT
board, elevator service. San Angelo, 1221 Nic.
H0TEL~VAN EYCEALL MODERN, OUTSIDE
rooms best of table board 1224 Nicollet av.
SEE WHAT W E HAVE VACANT.
BOARD AND ROOMS
BOOM-BOARD IS WANTED BY YOUNG LADY
employed dining the dav. in refined private
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WANTEDBOOM AND BOARD IN NICE FRI
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employed. Address 8853, Journal.
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3383. Tri State 9850 J. Johnson, general
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Correspondence of The Journal.
THE KOEPENICK HOAXER
Berlin, Oct. 31.If the verdict on
Wilhelm Voigt, the ex-convict cobbler
who captured Koepenick town hall and
rifled the municipal treasury^ could be
determined by the votes of the German
people, there is no doubt he would be
allowed to go scot free by a large ma
Tho a criminal, as the author of the
gieatest hoax of the age, he is ac
claimed a hero thruout Germany. He
holds the stage as the world's champion
bluffer. He has eclipsed the kaiser at
his best. He has conferred immortality
VOIGT, THE COBBLER,
Who Hoaxed Koepenick.
on the town which was the scene-of his
exploit. He has added a new verb to
the dictionaryto Koepenick. He has
set the whole civilized world laughing.
He has earned the undving admiration
of mankind by performing a feat that
would have been scouted as absurdly
impossible had it been recorded in the
daring pages of Dumas. Except in of
ficialdom, which he so beautifully
fooled, the only regret felt in connec
tion with the incident is that he has
Now that his personality has been
revealed to the world the greater grows
the admiration for the colossal audacity
which enabled him to carry his plot
thru successfully. It would he hard to
find a man outwardly more ill-suited to
the role he played. There is nothing
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a Wilhelm Voigt Holds Stage as the World's Champion
BlufferOnly Officialdom, Whicn He So Beautifully:
Fooled, Feels Sore-His Success Entirely Due to!
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THE MINNEAPOi iS#duRNifi:L:
Fetish of Military Uniform-May Be the Means ofI ^S^S^PS^JTtSSiiSS
Bringing About Much Needed Reforms in the Unchal-
lenged Supremacy of Military Caste.
walks with a shamblin gait has
coarse mottle high
bones a flat nose with big nostrils, and
large that stick ou straight His
tet re bady decayed. His hands are
horny and knotted, and his nails are
broken. "Low class'' is writ large all
over him. It is the fetish of thf mili
tary uniform that made it possible for
such a man
that he was among those they deeitled
might have done it. Altho' released
from a term of fifteen years penal serv
itude only a few months ago, his pho
tograph, for some inexplicable reason,
was not in the rogues' gallery. But
the police learned that last summer,
during onp of his brief attempts at
earning an honest livelihood by his
trade, that of a cobbler, ho had been
photographed with his sister, and had
sent one of the photographs to his for
mer employer at Wismar. If Voigt
had never had that photograph taken,
he might still be the great uncaught.
The police got hold of the photo
graph. Tne Koepenick burgomaster,
and others of his victims, identified it
as that of the bogus captain, who had
made them tho laughing stock of the
it proved a comparatively easy matter!
to find out where he was "lying low
He was located in a mean house 'in
Berlin kept by an aged couple who
eked out a livelihood by selling news
papers and picture postcards on the
streets. To them the Koepenick affair
had come as a godsend, since it enabled
him to sell hundreds of comic post
cards depicting the incidents of the
raid. Little did they dream that their,
fered. for Voigt's cunning and resourceful- i fF0*"*8e,*1^0Bi
posted at the front and bac" entrances
of the house in which he lived, and at
the doors of the houses on either side
of it. Men were also stationed on the
roofs of the three houses. Altogether
seventeen policemen shared in the glory
The Hoaxed Mayor.
confronted him and trembling with
rage, said: "That is the man," Voigt
comported himself as the superior of
the eivic dignitary, and simply be
stowed a haughty stare upon him.
After the idea of the coup had come
to him, Vogt frequented music halls
and other places where military offi
cers resort, that he might study them
and their ways. The deference with
which he observed they were every
where treated, soon convinced him that
the uniform counted for vastly more
than the man inside of it. He had first
thought of raiding one of the Berlin
municipalities, but came to the conclu
sion that in a plaee where there are so
many officers about, the risk was a lit
tle too great. Then he selected" Koep
enick for his exploit. Koepenick is a
thriving city of 75,000 inhabitants, sit
uated on the eastern outskirts of the
capital. Its municipal treasury, he
thought, would provide him with a eh
After donning a discarded uniform of
a captain in the First regiment of in
fantry guards, which he purchased in a
second-hand clothing shop, he strolled
calmly along & street in the east of
Berlin awaiting the return of a detach
ment of grenadier guards from the
drilling ground to t]ieir barracks. He
knew they must march back to bar
racks early in the afternoon, and he
also knewwl tifeva would chargr
of a corpora
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wthattn an officebe oifn highe
won HI pro
way &tatioi> whence
about him remotely suggestive of the. trembling official promised implicit obe-
smart military captain.g He is 57 and dience.
looks oldey. He isfeatures, stoop-shouldered, an All the-world knows how his uniform
Nowherto else in German
could he have succeeded. That is one
of the lessons Germany is taking to
How the Police Caught Him.
But sis' capture reflects some credit
on the Germany police. After the raid,
they began to figuie on. the known
criminals who would likely to
under.take suclh a sensationa robbery.
It shows a high opinion thev had
ness was shown by the precautions tak- ocularly strenuous, but it is certain
en to effect his capture. Men were I r"af
of nabbing him. When overv possible
and impossible means of escape had
and impossible means of escape had =M" W mi auventur
been guarded against, four police in* f,
They found him eating his breakfast.
A piece of sausage was poised on the
Tells Story of Baid.
At the police station he told the story
of the raid from beginning to. end. He
was proud of what he had done. It
Was evidently something of a relief
that be could at last claim for himself
the applause which the world had here
tofore been showering on an unknown
srK^-?i *s w,^rn
would provee easier
rlAnl HU .__ HH 1_ __T
True to his calculations, the detach
ment appeared, consisting- of twenty- v.^.....~~
four men, each carrying a rifle. are not in'any sense to be considered
Your men must follow me,'' said traveling .libraries, for only on'e or two
VoigtJ, accostinJg. the corporali,, "-Ij havee
0 Ji..+ 0 ,!L
tant arres an need your, assistance.
Grimy and battered -tho he was, and
much, too old for a captain, none of the
soldiers thought for an instant of chal
lenging the seedy uniform of the Fhrst
Guards. They obeyed him like sheep.
train s^j Koepenick. Arrived at K'oe
pemck, ttfeoidewainem'to to"pa^n'ets
and.march to the town hall..
Btffoye arriving there, Voict put the
potency ^.nnifprai to another Wst.
It was. essential to the suQC'esp of bis
coop that all communicatioB between
the joutalde work! aH4 the own ball
should b rtreventod while he held
possession of it. Othetwiseniiri Iraittle
3 ^^Saffes senf j)ut by 8Qm, of the of*
&i? VL^jStH^SSL JSi
HBltmg at thet nxch&nae,
Voigt orderoldi official In charge to
communications with the town
alty of incurring the kaiser's displeas-
.Theupifqr triumphed again. Th
-i. TT- *--.-1 enabled the disreputable old iailbird to
carry all before him at the town hall,
and after seizing all the. money he
could lay his hands on in the municipal
treasure chestonly $1,000to send the
burgomaster Dr. Langerhans, a pris
oner to Berlin, under an armed guard.
But perhaps the most striking.feature
of the affair, and significant of the sub
serviency in Germany of the civic to
military authbrities, was the aid Voigt
received from the Koepenick police.
Aided by the Police.
The chief of the ^Koepenick police
took orders from Vojgt without cpies
tion The uniform hypnotized him as
it did everybody else. By Voigt's direc
tions he placed a squad of police
around the town hall to keep the crowd
back, and as proof o his zeal, actually
arrested five citizens whose curiosity
got the better of their discretion. In
his wildest extravaganzas, Gilbert
never conceived anything more ludi
crous than a municipal police force
helping a thief to loot the municipal
tieasury and arresting honest men to
make things easier for him.
All but a small poition of Voigt's
loot ha? been recovered. In Germany,
many times the value of what he stole
has been made by exploiting his ieat.
Two or three comedies have been put
on the sta^e, founded on the gigantic
hoax, in which the Central -role is that
of the bogus captain. A fortune has
been made out of the sale of comic
postcards. Only red-tape fettered offi
whichjimuai has beenunixor held up tosridi-
feels sore over the exploit. The
of the military uniform has le
that direction were not par
kin ijob at Wismar, where
he had obtained employment as a, cob
bler, because of police persecution. His
mastci there says that he behaved well
every respect while working for him.
But wherever he obtained work, police
supervision prevented" him from hold
ing any situation long. It was, says,
because there was no way open to him
by which he could make a decent living
honestly that he conceived the idea of
effecting a coup which he hoped would
bring him money enough to enable him
to live without work, and wed his old
sweetheart. That story may be taken
wath grain of salt, but that the hoarr
sinner has good stuff in hint w-hich has
survived a score of years spent in iats
is shown, by the fact, attested W the
old folks in whose house he was lodging
when caught, that he nursed there, with
touching devotion, a. younp- girl dying
of consumption. It is a pity thai his
fate cannot Tbe determined by the Votes
of his grateful countrymen.
SHOWMAN WANTED BOBBER
Enteiprisiug American Offers Police
$37,500 to "Show" Bandit.^
Uew York Herald Special Cafcje Service. Copy
right, 190fJ. 1 the New York Herald.
Berlin, Nov, 10,Th.c "Bobber Cap
tain of Coepenick" continues to be the
principal feature in the conversation of
Berliners, the more so as few more sen
sational events concerning him have
taken place since his arrest.
An enterprising American showman
offered the Berlin poliee $37,500 for
permission to shorw the adventurer
stage fo three months beforu
spectors entered Voigt's room. the man enters on
end of his fork. He knew that the 1 promise to treat the "captain" as a
game was up, but he never turned a prisoner and return him safely after
hair. the-"show" term expired. The offer
Gpod morning," he said, without a i was declined,
tremor in his voice, and swallowed the Thousands
long term im-
Psnient that wil probably bof his
The showman made a written
bit of sausage which, as a souvenir,
would easily have fetched $5.
"If you have no objection," he then
added, I shpnld like to finish my
breakfast." The inspector good-na- "u^u?umiumstauc nas Deen tne
turedly assented. Misfortune had not Cause of a'Jively outbreak of sympathy
impaired his appetite. on the part of thousands of admirers
prison walls wber
is health is suffering from confine
menti.. Thiis circumstancee has been the
Several large subscriptions have been
sent to advocate, Dr. Sehwmdt, for
better food and little comforts.
At the Admirilitatsgarten baths a
public subscription was started with
the result that $35 has been handed to
the prisoner's lawyer.
The latest game played by Berlin
gamins i The Bobber Captai of
other day in the street, was met by a
sympathetic old gentleman, who asked
him the reason of his grief. "Ach,"
he said, "we have been nlavimr all dav afternoon. It
he said "we have been playing all day
and while the other boys have been
captain, I had to be burgomaster tho
1 Among th? Club?.
The C. C. club of Pj^rk Bapids has
reorganized for the winter. Miss
Blanche Leavitt is chairman Miss Nina
Frisbie, secretary, and Karl McKnight,
treasurer. The club meets fortnightly
and its next program will be on "Rus
Plans for an 'international congress
of jseientiets and gavants to be beld in
Ghicago to consider the pure food sit
uation will be under ,way 60on if the
Chicago Women's club can interest the
women's organizations of wjis part of
the country. Mrs. Gharles Henrotin is
promoter of the plan.'
Mrs. Deckers Hate announcement
will be aplauded by "every club
woman in the land, abd "that is the re
fusal from, general federation head
quarters to supply the names of club
women for advertising purposes.
A Fedesratioii iabraxy.
The .general federation has begun the
collection of small libraries which will
be in charge of the 'Tmreau of informa
tion of which Mrs. Mary L. Wood of
Portsmouth, N. H is chairman, yhesc
new additions to federation materia^
bopk on special snbgects are to-be sent
Out to aid cltjbs 'tyith small resotfrcjes.
Th.c cpilection will be known as ,"The
eneral federation Tiurean library.*''
he New Hampshire'federation. Miss
Steams of Wisconsin and Mrs. Charles
Morris of Beriin.* Wis., a former chair
man, of 'the .Hbrr eoijintittee, have a|
The Misses Annat Edna and
.Wow Th absurdity
u na ie
world. After that, thru Voigt's sister i r theh semi-divmity
lodger was the hero of it, for whose '"oromijr Germany. Ift is the sys
capture a rewawl of $500 had been of-
The respect entertained by the police
exposed.o Ridicul may accom
ogic and-common sense have failed to
achieve. The day may -come when Ger
many, freed from the tyranny of a mil
itary bureaucracy, may recognize that
it owes a debt of gratitude to the cob
bier who made the world laugh.
Voigt's case has called attention to
another form of tyiann which need
"'V i tyianny wmeii
honst living. Perhaps Voigt's
Tha it impossible for Voigt to amade
Miss, Esther Adair of Owatonna hasf^-Mrs. H. C. Kinney, entertained
Sen Visitina Miss Anna ~M. TTnnrhasa fnr erron-p ftf he Hopkin a f^..is a oeen visiting Miss Anne M. Hughe for
a few days.
Mis& Ldttie Borchert' of .Fovitth ave
9Ue was surprised recently by a number
The Ladies' institute met Tuesday in
the hbrar^ apd Mis? Alel Thompson,
assisted by Mrs/Bull of the* agriculturaf
college, gave a 4emonstration talk on
Frank Shabel, formerly of Stillwater,
now of Somers, Mont., fa visiting rela
tives and friends in the city for a
Mr. an Sis. Pred Brown of Louis
ville, Ky., u%Ve been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. P. H. Christiansen of Pine street.
Mrs. Minnie McKusick and Mrs. I.
H.# Haines, West Olive street, enter
tained several friends at cards yester
Duncan Ghishblm of Lake Nebago
man, Wis., is visiting his daughter, Mrs.
James B. McGrath, Fourth street S.
The marriage of Miss Theresa New
man ami Frank Hartl was solemnized
Wednesday morning in St. Mary's
church. The attendants were Misses
Tillie Newman, Agnes Manthey, Kath
erine Heynan, Messrs. Michael Bartl,
Alexander -Newman and ,August, New
man. A breakfast was served at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Newman. Mr. and Mrs
-~t'~ MU ^'o. misses neue and Bessiie
Bartl will be at home nfter Nov. 28, ton spent Sunday at their home S
O'Neal went to Chicago Fridao forh a
short visit. They will returnn this even
Pleasant wans. the gathering at the
on Fourth street N, Tuesday evening,
present'.b The hosItI ^T
lJL\???f i lftS
town guests. i
The young women who gave the char
ity ball for the benefit ot the City hos
pital, realized $400 for that institution,
instead of $300, as was announced last
Miss Wanda Kerr of Shell Lake,
Wis., visited at home over Sunday.
Mr. and Mis. A. K. Hay o Linden,
Wash., have been visiting Mrs. Charles
Jamieson of Oak Park for several
Mrs. J. M. King of White Bear was a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison J. Mc
liusick, Fourth street N, Sunday.
Mrs. Daniel Curtis entertained a few
friends and relatives recently for Miss
Theresa Newman, who was ntarried this
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Erhtz celebrated
thei-r silver wedding. anniversaryr the
ST. ANTHONY PARK
Mr. and Mrs. George Elmer enter
tained at dinber Saturday evening in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Potter of
Minneapolis. Covers were laid for
Mrs. Barlow gave a parcel shower
and luncheon Monday in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Green, who recently
lost their home by fire, and entertained
at dinner Monday evening in honor of
Mr Barlow's birthday anniversary.
Mrs. D. A. Cudworth entertained at
a children's party Friday, in honor of
the birthday anniversary of her
granddaughter. Miss Doima Stob
bart of St. Paul.
The St. Anthony Park association
hold its annual charity meeting Thurs
day at the Jean Martin home. The as
sociation furnished -materials and made
clothing for the babies. A box lunch
eon was served at noon. In the after
noon MTS. Margaret Blair gave a re
port of the recent state convention of
Women's club and Miss Myrtle Cram
gave some musical numbers.
The Congregational women served a
supper Friday evening in their church
pnrlors. Mrs. George S. Williams and
Mrs. Arthur Reeve had charge of the
arrangements. Mmes. Samuel Green,
Phelps, William Grey, E. H. Burghardt,
Henry Hunter, J. R. Mason, Mary Mix
er, C. N. Locene and Miss Edith Stew
ait haedr charge of the supper tables.
Mrs. W._ B. Douglass gave the first
of a series of entertainments Tuesday
afternoon I was a luncheon in honor
of Mrs, Hoyt of Greenfield, Mass.
The young women of the Altar Guild
assist the guild.
library.* William Plant.
ol 17c "r~-~.~- "~Y iu twecuuv Doar a the Women'
issued invitations for a musicale to be
given Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. H. R. Lewis. Miss Evaline
Dockstader, MTS. Frank lisdalo. Miss
Myrtle Weed and Miss Jennie Lewis
wilMrs. Alva Bul entertained at a
thimble bee yesterday afternoon. The
guests of honor were Mrs. Charles Pratt
of Minneapolis, Mrs. Hoyt of Greenfield,
Mass., and Miss Frothingham-of Boston,
Miss Marguerite Spangler of Gordon
avenue gave a Halloween party Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. G. Johnson, who were
recently married at Cottonwood Mr.
and Mrs. Russtad of Seattle, with Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Anderson of Albert Lea,
have teen recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Anderson of Nourse street.
Miss Edith Carter g"ave a luncheon
Friday in honor of a group of Minne
apolis young women.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Brimmer enter
tained a party of relatives at dinner
last Sunday and on Tuesday evening in
honor of her mother, Mrs. E. P. Mc
Mrs. Samuel Green entertained at
luncheon Wednesday, in honor of Mrs.
Colville of Tacoma, Wash., and her
daughter, Mrs, D. F. Polk.
Mrs, Bower of Dawson is spending
November with Mrs. George Elmer.
D. C. Martin has returned from a
visit i Wood
Mrsn EdwajcfLakd. C. Johnson of Devils
Lake. N. D., is a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Ipwa. spejit part ofv
th week with Mr
and Mrs.-George H. Shellehbarger.
M*s. 5^-4.. J|oore4i8s ^returned from
HOPKINS of friend cards
Saturday evening at her new home in
Mis. Albert Clumel entertained in
formally tor a number of her friends
Thursday afternoon. J^
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Henry had sev- 1
eral guests.out from Minneapolis Sun- *5i
Mre. W. B. Anderson was hostess for "r
the Birtiiday club Wednesday after
noon. The prizes in the guessing eon
test were,won by Mmes. P. J. Malek,
B. Gaertner, William Moran and E.
Mrs. John Anderson wiH entertain
the Methodist Aid society Wednesday
Mrs. J. B. Appleby left Friday morn
ing for a short visit with relatives in
Miss Mattie Cook entertained in
formally Wednesday evening.
Miss Agnes Nash, who is attending
school at Nortbfield, spent Sunday he?5.
Miss Dora Gordon left Mondav for
Bedford, N D., where she will teach
the lemainder of the year.
Mrs. Esther Gould will entertain for
tbe Aid society of the Congregational
church Wednesday afternoon.
A. L. Lindberg left Tuesday for Mis
Thc Misses Belle and Popple-rovme-
Floydy BaconEagleBrownsdalien of
given the lodge.
the occasion being their golden weddinvg McConaugheychildreJohnsoincludes G. and
anmveisary. Thirty relativesh andd' Luetime.
given tharrangementsf the
Pobs were out-of-
i--- i Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Randall enter-
first of the Tveek. Dinner was served to tamed theii niece, Miss Mabel Stone of
t-ie forty guests. Those from out of Excelsior, last week,
town were Miss Anna Sibert, Merriam Mrs. W. G. Ward of Waseca is vs-
Park Mi. and Mrs. Siebert, Elkton.
Misses Eva Smith and Moore, as
sisted by Mrs. JE. S. Bronson, were
charge of the Women's Reading club
program Mondaj*. The papers given
were: "Lord Macauley," by Miss
Moore "Lord Lvtton," Mrs. E. S.
Bronson, and "Thomas Carlyle," Miss
Smith. Mrs. Gertrude McPheison gave
a talk on the library convention which
was held recently at Austin.
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Atwood have
closed their summer home, the Anchor
age, down the St. Croix.
February will have a big military
ball, which is to be given by Company
N. G. S M.. in the armory, whicn
will be elaborately decorated. It has
been many years since a strictly mili
tary ball has been given in Stillwater,
and the affair will be something ot a
^eede Spreckles left Wednesday for
his home at Elkton, after a three
weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charles
E. Elmberg. West Laurel street.
Mis3 Gertrude Butler has been, visit
ing her grandparents,- Mr.- and Mis.
Stephens, at Lake Elmo, for a week.
Mrs. Alex Tulliaeh of "Washington
state has been visiting Miss Agnes
McGrath of Fourth avenue S.
Miss Nell Bernard, who has been a
puest of' Mrs. M, E. Walsh, Third
street- S, for tMro weeks has returned to
her "Wisconsin henfe.
Mrs. E. JST. Goff has gone to Lola,
Kan., and is to spend the winter there
with her father, John Cornell.
Mrs. Alden Bliss entertained at
luneheon Saturda\\ There were eight
Miss Louise Schutz has returned to
Mrs. E. A Barkuloo is entertaining
her sister, Mrs Silver, who has been
spending some months in Nome, Alaska.
Mrs. Clyde Duff is entertaining her
aunt, Mrs Byers of Pennsylvania.
Miss Caddie Smith has gone to North
Miss Florence Kennv has returned to
Mrs. William McCallum has returned
from Detroit, Mich., and was accom
panied by her mother, Mrs. U. Wallace.
Mrs. Charles Cressy of Newport is
visiting Mrs. M. L. Hollv and Mrs.
ReA'. and Mrs. Henry Scholbero,
who were graduated from Hamline \|ni-
versity last June, sailed fiom New
York yesterday for one of the mission
stations of the Bombay conference
ST. LOUIS PARK
Mrs. Charles Himes of St. Paul en
tertained the Birthday club' Fndav
afternoon. Mrs. Himcs, who was a for
mer resident of the Park and member
of the club, went to St. Paul to live
about two years ago.
The Misses Blanche and Irene Bates
entertained the Success club Wednes
Clarence Haskell of Hastings spent
last Sunday with his parents here.
Horace Hamilton of Chaska sperft
Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Joseph
A musical and literary entertainment
was given Friday night in Odd Fel
lows' hall by the gymnasium class of
the high school.
The Tourists will have a special so
cial gathering Friday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Thomas Voegeli, 16T4
Hillside avenue. The delegates to the
recent state convention at Winona,
Mmes. Robert Enegrin and Zella Mc
Allister and the alternate, Mrs. Martha
C. Wells, will give a report of the meet
Tomorrow afternoon the Mothers'
club of the Church of the Redeemer
will hold its monthly meeting in the
church. Mrs. L\ ford will read a paper
on "Are Our Boys and Girls Being
Fitted for True Manhood and Woman
hood? How? Where?" Mrs. Eyerse
will lead the discussion that will follow.
The Ladies' Social Circle of the
Church of the Redeemer will hold a
work meeting in the church Wednesdav
at 1 p.m. Preparations are being made
for the annual fair and bazaar which
will be held Dec. 5.
The Ladies' Aid Society of Tuttle
church will hold an all-day meeting in
the church Wednesdav.
The executive board of the Women's
Wesley church parlors tomorrow at 2:30
p.m. Mrs. R. H. Young of Long Beach,
Cal., who is secretary of the work in
Alaska, will be present and speak.
The Missionary union of the Minne
apolis Congregational churches will
meet Tuesday in Lyndale Congregation
al church for an all-day session. The
meeting is one of the three held by
the union during the year. Mrs. S. C.
Dean will speak of Miss Abbott's work
Bombay, Mrs. J, A. A. Burnquist will
tell of Miss Vaughn and Miss Bertha
Lincoln, who soent five years in the
Philippines, will tell of the life there.
Foa+sre of French Class.
A pleasant feature of the meetings of
the Causieres du Mercredi will be a se
ries of talks on well-known books which
Mile. A. Dreyfus will give. The class
meets every Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Edmund G. Walton -on
Mount Curve avenue. The first book
will be "Les Femmes Fortes" by Sar
dou, and others which will be dis
cussed will be "Le Dedale, les le
naillos," Paul Hervieu, "Monna Van-
na," Maeterlinck and "Le Saint," An
Mrs. Clarence Pepperd gave a dinner
Tuesday evening at her home on Grand
avenue in honor of J Blakeley, who has
crone to Fai lcv, Minn. The guests were
Messrs. and Mmes. Blakeley. McKea
ie. A Bickford, Mmes. A. B. Brown,
R. L. Johnston, L. Brown, Mis$es
Ruby Johnston, Florence Brown Ethel
Bickford, Ethel Blakeley and &
Tuesday for a several weeks' visit.
Mrs. A. Hendnckson left Saturday
to loin her husband in North Dakota.
A Thanksgiving ve dance will be
i? The entire program will con-
ki Mclfusic of the tiona Sunday schoo about Thanksgtveblwil
of old, familiar tunes, sung either
by the members school.choruses,
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hackney and
family have returned from a visit in
Mrs. Thomas Montgomery is enter
taining her mother, Mrs. E. Parnell of
Mrs. Fred Grant spent the week with
Professor and Mrs. G. E. Maxwell of
Mrss Ada Hursch has gone to Te\as
for the winter.
Dr. and Mrs. G. S. Innis entertained a
group of the new students of Hamline
university Monday evening
iting her daughter, Mrs. E. A. Hen
Mrs. J. A. Ragan is visiting her par
ents in Fort Dodge, Iowa.
Mrs. Elizabeth Kiefers of James
town, N. D., is visiting Mrs. CKde
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