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l'lie phantoms of dead yesterdays,
The ghost of long forgotten pain.
And oft stilled longings come again
On rainy nights.
Faint hints of things we never knew,
That soul and self have lived as one
Since chaos was and time began.
Faint hiuts of toil*and tasks we bore
When we incarnate lived before.
The sobbing sounds of last good-byes
Beat with the rain drops on the pane
And strange unrest comes with the rain
>', rainy nights. —R. K.
The distinctly unpleasant state of the
atmosphere during the past day or two
has aroused us to the consciousness that
the summer with its hammock siestas,
its ice cream sodas, its yacht rides and
its flirtations is almost a thing of the
past. Already here and there a bit of
woodbine or maple is coming out in its
new fall suit. Every train that pulls into
town bears returning tourists. St.
Paul has become so very much of
a city that everybody one knows
runs away— which is the correct
British way of expressing it—
Tor at least a few* days during the sum
mer. The town has been socially dead
for a month .or two. What unimportant
functions have occurred have only
made the social desert more arid by
contrast. The only gayety has been at
the lake hotels. The majority of the
summer population at our lovely Minne
sota resorts will rush into town at these
first signs of autumn; but the wise few
will bide a wee, and in a fortnight or
two will be enjoying the most beautiful
time of the year.
.lust now is the hobbledehoy season of
the year, but later the skies will be the
perfection of blue and the days the
dolce far niente inviting days of mel
The marriage of Robert Lark Robbins and
Miss Elizabeth Van den-Bergh occurred at
Bethany Congregational church Thursday
evening. Rev. Charles D. Andrews, rector of
Christ church, a cousin of the groom, offici
ated. The ushers weie R. c. Dross. P. D.
Godfref and Harry Kribs. The church was
filled with relatives and friends of the happy
couple. The bride i* well and favorably
known in society circles of this city, and Mr.
Dobbins is or the wholesale paper house of
Price & Bobbins, of Sibley street. After a
short wedding tour Mr. and Mrs. Bobbins
will be at home at their new residence. No.
>1 West Robie street. They will be at home
Tuesdays of September.
Howard F. Ware and Miss Clara If. Wilson
rere united in marriage at the Dayton Ave
nue Presbyterian church Thursday after
loon, the* ceremony being performed by
Rev. Maurice D, Edwards, Mr. Waie is con
nected with the firm of Wright & Co., and
Miss Wilson is well known in St. Paul. The
young couple will reside in St. Paul.
The marriage of Miss Cecilia C. Cromb.
daughter of Hon. John Cromb, of Crookston,
and Herbert C. Boissler. of Winona, occurred
at the former city Thursday afternoon at 4
o'clock. Both of the young people have
many friends in the Twin Cities.
Edward Rochette. of this city, and Miss
Minnie Vondell, of Cloquet, Minn., will be
married in the latter city this evening. Their
honeymoon will be "soent with Cloquet
The engagement of Miss Marion Ingersoll
and Mr. Case is announced.
CLUBS AND SOCIETIES.
The Twin City Banjo. Mandolin and Guitar
club gave their second excursion, concert
and hop on the steamer Henrietta and barge
Thursday evening. Hillyard's orchestra fur
nished the music for the dancing, and excel
lent refreshments were served on board me
boat. The orchestra opened the concert
programme by playing the overture from
"William TelL" and" the Twin City club fol
lowed with several banjo selections, nil of
-which were encored. Mr. Allen recited "The
Fisherman and His Child." Prof, churl
Shibley. of Minneapolis, followed with a
banjo selection entitled "Exposition March."
Frederick YY*. Barney recited "The Tell-Tale
Heart" in a very effective manner. The Cap
ital City quartette sang several selections, all
of which were encored. The last number on
the programme was a selection by the banjo
club. The excursionists relumed to the city
Saturday at, 1 o'clock the "canny Scots"
-went down the Mississippi river on the
steamer Henrietta to Gray Cloud island.
where mirth, music and fun prevailed. The
excursion returned home at midnight.
The Ladies" Progressive Euchre club met
this week with Miss .losie Small, at the Bar
The Acorn club held a meeting at the Pio
neer Press building Tuesday eveniflg.
IX THE CHURCHES.
A well attended musical and literary enter
tainment was given for the benefit of the
Norwegian and Danish Methodist churches.
.Nt ihe Twin City hall, corner Rice street and
University avenue. Thursday evening. Ad
dressess were made by several ministers, and
a delightful musical programme was well
rendered by local talent.
The Young People's Society of the First M.
>'.. 'Church had a moonlight outing at shadow
falls last evening. There was a large attend
ance and the young people enjoyed the out
Mrs. Tracy, ot Bates avenue, pleasantly en
tertained the Ladies' Aid Society •>! Ihe At
lantic Congregational Church, Thursday af
be Ascension Church Guild will soon
give tbeir entertainment at Martin's hall.
Frank I). Lovering. teller of the West Side
Tank, celebrated the twenty-first anniversary
cf his birthday by inviting a number of
friends to a picnic at Lake Harriet Friday.
The afternoon and evening were spent in
rowing, dancing and various games. Every
body was particular in congratulating the
host on his arriving at his majority, and
wishing him many happy returns of the day.
Among those present were the following:
Mrs. Xi Symons, Mrs. Vincent. Mrs. Will
iams. Mr. and Mis. Morrow, Mr. and Mrs.
Hunt'y.Mr. ami Mrs. Henderson, Mr. and Mrs.
G. H. Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Currier,
Mr. and Mrs. E. Lovering, Mr. and Mis .1. L.
Lovering, Mr. a"' Mrs. C. 1". Lovering, Miss
Fannie Farnsworth, Miss Ida Dowles. Miss
Piiena Currier. Miss Ida Wilcott, Miss Lizzie
Oliver, Miss Beatrice Lovering. Miss Mac
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NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS.
Manilla -^ Of perfect purity.
Lemon - of great strength.
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"lose etc.- Flavor as delicately
md dellciously as the fresh fruit.
S. Hudson, C. R. nunt, J. Oliver, L. Hunter,
F. D. Lovering.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hamilton, of 3S7t<_ Selby
avenue were very pleasantly surprised by a
party of friends Friday evening. All were
agreeably entertained "by dancing, singing
and other amusements. Among those present
were Mr. and Mrs. F. Guuther. Mr. and Mrs.
Brick. Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs.
M. YV. Kerr. Mrs. N. Spieeher. the Misses
Edith and Daisy Bryant. Burns, Frances
Bayiey. Man Doner, M. McNearney, of .Min
neapolis, the Messrs. Murphy, Strand. Gillen,
Hartigan. Dovie, Miller. Munson. Uatton,
Flint, YY'ilkehson. S. Dressel, Kelley. Ken
nedy. llnniillou. Griffin. Stella Murphy and
Do.-ial, of Denver; Messrs. Carl Xauten.
George Burns, Morrisey. Souther, Moore,
Ellison, Morgan, Rogers. Ilirsch, Williams,
Nash, Price, McNnlly. Touser, Baker. Coch
ran and Dis. Hause and Keith.
The ladies of Fort Snelling gave a hop
Monday night for the officers attending the
rifle shooting competition. YY'ednesday even
ins* also an informal dancing affair took
place at the rifle camp, the fort ladles being
Mrs. H. A. Castle and the Misses Castle en
tertained a party of young people yesterday
afternoon and evening at their summer resi
dence at Silver lake, North St. Paul.
A complimentary banquet was given to
Eugene Mehl at Hotel Lafayette, Minne
tonka, Tuesday evening by the cottagers at
Mrs. Dibble, of Summit avenue, gave a
ladies' company Thursday atternoou at 2
PEOPLE ONE KNOWS.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pierce. Mr. and Mrs.
B. R. Bryant. Mrs. L. M. Flint, Miss Spear,
Mr. ami Mrs. L. M. Taylor, F. L. Livingston, .
Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Moss and Mr. and Mrs.
H. F. Stevens, of St. Paul, spent YY'ednesday
at Spring Park.
Misses Belle and Florence Roach, of St.
Paul, and Miss Mac Henley, of Dubuque, have
returned from a two weeks' visit to the Chi
sago lakes. Miss Maude Healey departed for
Dubuque last Tuesday.
Miss Vivia E. Connor leaves in September
for New York to continue her musical studies
under Herr Xaver Scarwenka.
Mrs. Delia Mason and children, of Spring
field, 111., are the guests of Mrs. I. C. Tich
enor, of Ramsey street.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Sanborn will occudv
their pleasant new house on Dayton avenue
the fiist of October.
Miss Marie Crute. of Bloomiugton, 111., is
the guest of Miss Ethel Haisley, of 213 East
Mrs. J. W. Shyroch, of Minneapolis, was
the guest of Mrs. Johnson, of Marshall ave
Mrs. Taylor, of Nashville. Term., is visit
ing her daughter. Mrs. .1. A. Humphrey, of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hanford. of Helena.
Mont., are the guests of Mrs. B. Proctor, of
Misses Nannie and Katie Butler and Mamie
Pendergast and J. Butler aro the guests of
Miss Spen. who has been the guest of Mrs.
Humphrey, ot Lincoln avenue, has returned
Misses Emma Clark, Alice and Helen
Whi taker are the guest of Miss Cora Cavel at
The Misses Cole, of Chatfield, will be the
guests of Mrs. Pray, of Laurel avenue, soon.
Miss Carpenter, of St. Peter street is enter
taining some young ladies from the South.
Mrs. Stewart Moore and daughter Lillian
are home from their Burlington, 10., visit.
Miss Mildred Johnson, of Marshall avenue,
visited friends at YYTiite Bear this week.
Mrs. E. C. Smith, of Truro, N. S., is the
guestof Mrs. Fixott of Williams street •
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Smith and children are
spending a week at Lake Minnetonka
Irving Ferguson, of New York, is visiting
P. D. Ferguson, of Woodward avenue.
Mrs. Frank Brings, of Ramsey street is
visiting friends at Lindstrom, Miun.
Mrs. H. W. Fagley is entertaining Miss
Margaret West of Cedar Rapids, 10.
Mrs. Scott of Davenport, is the guest of
Miss Anderson, of Marshall avenue.
YV. 11. Yardley and B. H. Wright started
down the river in a canoe Monday.
Mrs. Fred Barnard, of Oxford. Mass., is the
guest of C. P. Barnard and family.
Miss Grace McDonald, of Selby avenue,
leaves for a trip South next week.
Miss Carrie Brose has gone to Pittsburg,
Pa. for a short visit with friends.
Miss Jessie YVyland, of Euclid street, is
visiting with friends at Mankato.
Mrs. Frank A. Menzies, of Maria avenue, is
visiting friends at Lake Pepin.
The Misses Strong, of Marshall avenue,
have been visiting in Hudson.
Miss Mabel Laupher, of Dayton avenue,
has been visiting in Duluth.
Mrs. Reuben YVarner and family have re
turned from Minnetonka.
Miss Margaret est, of Cedar Rapids, is vis
iting friends in this city.
Miss Davis, of Lake Crystal, visited with
St. Paul friends Monday.
Mrs. Cratzeuburg, of. Laurel avenue; is vis
iting with lowa friends.
Mr. and Mrs. YViliiam;A. Keller will reside
at S3 Central avenue.
.1. S. Porter and wife, of Pittsburg, visited
in St. Paul Monday.
John Clark and family are home from the
Miss Grossman, of Summit avenue, is at
Miss Lillian Morton spent Tuesday at
YY'hite Bear lake.
Miss Talmau. of Hague avenue, is visiting
at Bayfield. Wis.
Finly Shephard has returned from his trip
Miss Mary Dougherty has been visiting at
Gas. James Baker, of Mankato, was in the
Mrs. De Camp, of Laurel avenue, is visiting
Mrs. S. Sampson has returned to her home
Miss Stella Smalley is spending the week at
• •■v. Dr. Heath and family are home from
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Kain are at Lake Min
Mrs. Stout and Miss Helen Stout have gone
Dr. and Mrs. C. E. McGraw have gone
Miss Mabel Brack is out of town for a few
Edward Bates has returned from his vaca
Charlie Farnham will soon leave for the
Mrs. Meeker leaves soon tor a visit in the
Mrs. Freeman, of Bates avenue, is in Chi
Miss Edna Edwards has gone to Milwau
Mrs. A. YY illoughby has gone to Utica, N. Y.
Miss Warner has gone to Faribault
Dr. Tucker and daughter are at the Ryan.
Dr. C. YV. Jones is home from New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Burwell are in the East
S. H. Dyer is expected home soon.
\Y. F. Peet is home from the East
Mrs. J. S. Bryant is in the East
E. A . Young is out of town.
Miss Rugg is out of town.
Miss Lou Price is very iIL
YV. S. ail is home again.
Dr. Maurice L. Goodkind came home last
Sunday for a short visit, after several
mouths' study ana practice in the hospitals
of Vienna. He will leave next Thursday to
resume work in that place, and expects to
remain abroad about fifteen months. _~
The family of Secretary A. S. Tallmaage
returned Wednesday evening from their
country seat in Jackson county. Minnesota.
MissTallmadgeis now the guest of W. M.
Bushnell and family, at Minnetonka.
Mrs. P. Davittof 204 East Acker, accom
panied by ber son, E. J. Daviit. ana Hon. J.
O'Connor, of Oakland, left Monday evening
for an extended trip to New York, Boston
and the YY'hite mountains.
Attorney W. H. Lightuer has made quite a
record as a tennis player at - the Hotel St
Louis, Lake Minnetonka, this summer. He
says he feels at home in any kind of a court.
Dr. C. YY'. Jones is home after a three
weeks' trip to New Xork and Saratoga.
. Addison G. Foster, of Tacoma, has been
in the city tins week on a short visit His
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many friends were heartily glad to have his
genial pressnee '"among 'em" once more.
Miss Clara Molt, one of St. Paul's well
known pjanistes, is playing in concert in the
East. She will return in a few days and re
sume teaching in St. Paul Sept. 1.
G. S. Decks, professor of mathematics in
the collegiate institute of Chatham. Ont., is
visiting relatives in St. Paul. He thinks of
making his home in this-city.
Lieut Samuel D. Sturgis, Fourth artillery,
will soon be relieved from duty at West
Point and will come to St. Paul as aide-de
camp to Gen. Merritt.
Sam McMillan, a former St. Paul boy,
now of the state of YVashlngton, is in the city
visiting relatives. He is a sou of ex-Senator
Misses Belle and Florence Roach and their
guest. Miss May Uealey. of Dubuque, have
returned after two weeks at the Chisago
Charles W. Farnham will leave next
week, to be absent about a fortnight, during
which he will visit in sevc rai Eastern cities.
Miss Grace Cleveland, of 279 St. Anthony
avenue, returned this week after visiting two
mouths in Michigan aud Wisconsin.
Gov. and Mrs. Merriam went to New TJlm
yesterday to attend the ceremonies dedicat
ing the New llm state monument.
Miss Sarah Barbcau and Miss Kate Duggan
have gone to YY'est Superior. Tney are the
guests of the Misses Bagley.
Miss Caliie McCabe. of Hazelwood, Minn.,
is visiting her cousin. Miss Josie Brown, of
"223 East University avenue.
Miss Hawkins, of New York city. Is spend
ing a week with her cousin, Miss Grace Haw
kins, of Asbland avenue.
Chief of Police Clark and family returned
Wednesday, after spending nearly two weeks
iv Yellowstone Park.
Eugene A. Johnson, who has been absent
from St. Paul lor several years, returned to
the city tbis week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Warren have returned
to the city from Lake Minnetonka.
Gen. James S. Brisbin, V. S. A., was in the
city several days during the week.
CoL and Mrs. Rugs, of Summit avenue, are
visiting friends in Mackinac.
George Colgrave is home after an extended
trip to the Pacific coast.
Mr. and Mi's. J. H. Burwell and sou, Basil,
are visitikg in the East.
Edward Howard, of St. Louis, is visiting
St. Paul friends.
Miss Mary Dougherty has returned from
Mrs. Meeker will leave in a few days to visit
Rev. Dr. Heath and family are home from
A Hie Kittson is home, after an extended
Rev. K. F. Maclaren and wife are at Min
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Pyle have returned from
Mrs. De Camp, of Laurel avenue, is at Lake
A. G. Briggs, of Arundel street, has gone
Miss Klttie O'Connor is at Minnetonka.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bryant. Miss Jane
Bryant and Misses Lucretia and Virginia
Bryant participated in the Vermonters' pic
nic at Spring Park Wednesday.
Mrs. Holmes and daughters, Mrs. Williams
and Julia, of Auburn, N. V., who have been
visiting Mrs. Moore, ot Douglass street, re
turned home Monday evening.:
Mr. and Mrs. John Luther, Mrs. A. Gelder
mann, and the Misses Rosa Geldermaun aud
Louise Volkmanu, are camping at Lake
Miss Kate MacCarthy and her brother Joe
left last Saturday for a few weeks' out at Ten
Mile lake. They are stoppiug with Col. Mc-
.Miss .Mamie Langtry, who has been spend
ing her vacation at YVaukesha, Wis., has re
turned home, i.62 East Eighteenth street.
YY'. B. Brown, of Brown Bros., the Seventh
street merchants, Is in New York buying
everything in si_rht for the fall trade.
Misses Lottie, Minnie and Flora Hills re
turned Monday, after an outing at the lakes,
much improved in health.
Col. W. S. Gin and friend. Mai. James P.
Lamb, left yesterday evening for a short stay
at Mackinac Island, Mich.
Miss Nellie Cunningham, of Portland ave
nue, has gone to New York where she will at
tend school this winter.
Miss Hannah Kigney will spend the re
mainder of the summer season iv Hudson,
the guest of her sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Mcßurney and children, of
Enslewood. IIL, are visiting Mrs. J.V. Lewis,
of University avenue.
Miss Brophy, of Superintendent Gilbert's
office, left Monday evening to speud two
weeks in Chicago.
Miss Fannie Kibbee is entertaining several
St. Paul friends at her summer home at Lake
Hon. D. YY". Lawler, of Marshall avenue, is
entertaining his brother, J. C. Lawler, of
Sioux City, 10,
Mr. aud Mrs. Harry 'Hanford. of Helena,
Mont., are visiting Mrs. B. Proctor, of Selby
Mme. S. M. Cunningham leaves Tuesday
evening for New York. She will return
Mrs. Carswell McClellan, of Virginia ave
nue, is entertaining relatives from Hartford,
Mrs. J. A. Hayes left Tuesday morning to
spend three weeks with her parents iv Chi
Mrs. M. E. Ferry and her sister. Miss Eva
Davidson, are visiting friends in Webster, S.D.
Fred Moufort of Dayton avenue, is home
after a visit to the Lafayette. Minnetonka.
The Misses Strong, of Marshall avenue, are
home after visiting in Hudsoa, Wis.
Frank Robert Jr. returned this week, after
visiting in Montreal and New York.
Mrs. Christiana Diether, of North street, Is
visiting friends at Marquette. Mich.
Rev. and Mrs. S. G. Smith have relumed
from their trip to the Pacific coast.
Mrs. Schiffman, of Dayton's bluff, is home,
after visiting relatives in St Louis.
Miss Theresa Sheridan, of Central avenue,
is visiting friends at Davenport. 10.
A. G. Briggs returned lust evening from his
summer vacation of two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. James Cleary aud daughter
have returned from Duluth.'
Jack Mu.-phy and Miss Anna Murphy have
returned from" Duluth.
George H. McCammon has gone to New
Madame S. 91. Cunningham
Will open her Dressmaking Parlors
over Field. Mahler ft Co.'s upou her re
turn from New York. Sept. 7.
The Sunday school ciass taught by Mrs.
Spindier enjoyed a picnic to Lake Harriet
Wednesday. The children, of whom there
were thirty, enjoyed their lunch on the
grounds, and spent an elegant time. Accom
panying were tbe following grown people:
Dr. Dewart, Mr. and Mrs. Price, .Mrs. Burke,
Mrs. Van Deyn, Mr. and Mrs. Griswold,
Mrs. Hevencr, Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Hayward,
Mrs. Dayton and Miss Blanche Glanviile.
Miss Carrie Diether, of North street, is en
joying an outing with a party of about twenty
of Duluth young people on the shores of
Lake Superior, near Beaver Dam. Minn.
Ernst shullz, a prominent young mau of the
Zenith cily, was the prime mover in organ
izing the party.
The regular meeting of the ladies* branch
of the Iron Hall will oe heid Monday even
ing, corner Third and Bates. Two new mem
bers are to be initiated.
The Ladles' Aid Society of the Bates Ave
nue M. E. Church purpose holding a lawn
social Tuesday eveuing ou the lot corner
Seventh and Maria.
The Key. Canuon Mathesou. of the Diocese
of Kupert's Land, will preach this evening
at St. Peter's parish, corner Fourth and
Miss lna Isabel Zimmerman returned last
Tuesday from Boston, where she has been
attending Prof. Curry's school of oratory and
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Atlantic
Congregational Church met Thursday with
Mrs. Tracey, of Bates avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Potts returned to their home
in Columbus Tuesday, after a week's visit
with Mrs. Spindler.
There was a meeting of the Ladies' Guild
of St. Peter's Episcopal Church in their guild
Miss Zoa Sutherland, of Nashua, 10., is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Spindler, of Maple
Dr. T. J. Pearce. wife and daughter, of 656
Cherry street, have returned from New York.
Miss Taylor, of Boston, is the guest of her
sister, Mrs. Gordon, of McLean street.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis, of East Third street,
are still out of the city. -
Mr. aud Mrs. Hussie, of Maple street, are on
a visit to Clearwater.
Mr. Lord, of Sixth street, is entertaining
his brother and wife.
ST. ANTHONY PARK.
To-morrow evening a meeting will be held
at Strvker seminary to "discuss the educa
tional interests" of St. Anthony Park. Gov.
Marshall, Gov. McGill, Col. Taylor and other
prominent gentlemen have signed the call.
. ladies being particularly invited. These gen
tlemen feel justly round of the high stand
ard maintained by Stryker seminary, and
earnestly desire to see that institution re
ceive the indorsement and support ol all
citizens of the park. Dr. Stryker^ it is hoped,
will be present.
Over seventy-five people enjoyed the lawn
tete given by the Liberalists on the pleasant
grounds of Mr. Moffett, Priscilla street, last
Wednesday evening. The Liberalists have
held no meeting since last June, and this
opening social was a ■ most encouraging and
enthusiastic affair. They may possibly erect
a hall of their.own. if not, they will occupy
Smaller-Churchill hall during the wiuter.
Mrs. Bentley has returned home from Chi
cago. Her daughter, Miss Lou Bentley. who
has been traveling extensively iv the East for
several weeks, accompanied her home. -
Prof. Rogers and wife made a passing call i
upou Mrs. C. D. Bentley, of Raymond aye "
nue, last Wednesday, upon their return east ;
from the Pacific coast. * - *..-.. "}
Mrs. M. B. Passage, of Gordon avenne, re- ,
turned yesterday from a months' visit to rela- '
tives Breckeuridge, Minn. ' --
- Mrs. S. E. Brace, of Brace Park, enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lucas, of Castile.
N. 1.. on Wednesday last. .-• - *j
Mrs. Cheney and Miss Morrison have been
enjoying camp life the past week at West
Point, Lake Minnetonka
H. B. McCollum and Ulrich Ulrrci. of
Aurora. 111., were the guests last week of Dr.
Le Due, of Knapp street.
Hon. F. H. Clark and wife, of Rapid City.
S. D.. are visiting his brother, D. Edgar Clark,
of Cromwell avenue.
Rev. J. 11. Chandler is enjoying a well
earned rest of a month by hunting and fish
ing in Dakota. jr -
W. W. Clark and family, of Gordon ave
nue, are at their summer cottage at Lake
Col. Taylor's family returned home Friday,
after an absence of nearly three months.
Sears Brace is in Duluth visiting friends. * i
Attend the Kid Glove Sale
At the Bazaar, IG3 East Seventh street, j
A social club has been organized by the
gentlemen of the town with the following of
ficers: President, K. J. Dngan; vice presi
dent. E. A. Long; secretary, A. L. Sanger;
treasurer, G. E. Norris; librarian, J. R. Pet
tit. The name adopted is the Delphian, and
efforts are being made to secure club rooms
and furnish them. -J_"s_S
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Young entertained a
dinner party Thursday evening at their home
on Minnehaha street. The guests were Dr.
and Mrs. W. 11. Corothers, Mr. aud Mrs.
George E. Norris. Miss Tempe Griffith.
Ernest Clark, of Spencerport, N. V., a
graduate of this year's class ai Amherst, was
the guest of Miss Vena M. Dunlap Tuesday,
ou bis way to Colorado.
Mrs. E. YV. Haley, of Hewitt avenue, ac
companied by her niece. Miss Susie Carr, of
Long Lake, Col., are spending a few weeks
Miss Winnie Lewis has returned from
YVorthington, where she spent the summer.
She is accompanied by her friend, Miss Lizzie
Miss Mary YY'ebb will leave Tuesday for
Mount Pleasant, 10.. where she will make an
extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Scott
Misses Alice and Francis Mealith. who
have been visitiug their aunt, Mrs. J. H. Mc-
Namara, returned Friday to their home iv
Dr. and Mrs. Innis. Mr. and Mrs. George
Drew, Prof, and Mrs. A. Z. Drew picniced
at Lake Harriet last Wednesday.
Rev. S. F. Kerfoot, pastor of Broadway M.
E. church. Minneapolis, was the guest of E.
£. McCrea the first of the week.
Rev. L. P. Smith and family, of Reed's j
Landing, have moved to the suburb aud are
domiciled on Capitol avenue.
Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Bridgmaii and- children .
returned Friday from New York, where Mrs. j
Bridgman spent tbe summer.
Prof, and Mrs. YV. E. Thompson returned |
Tuesday from Lima, N. V., where they have
been spending the summer.
Miss Blanche Bloomfield was the guest of
Miss Mary Evans, of Marshall avenue, St.
Paul, a few days this week.
Mrs. D. YV. Hays and > children have re
turned from Chapin, 10., where they have
been spending the summer.
W 111 Hetheriugton. of Dubuque, 10.. was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sumbardo ;
the first of the week. •
Mrs. L. J. Dobner returned Thursday from !
Fergus Falls, where she has been visiting her
parents for a month.
Miss Mvrtie Holley has returned from a \
visit with friends at her former home in Lake ]
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wieland. of Brainerd. j
visited friends this week on their way, to <
Miss Verna Cole has gone to Mankato i
where she will visit with friends a few weeks. !
Mrs. Flanuigan. accompanied her nieces, ;
the Misses Mealith, to Cnieago Friday. j, i
Charles L. Moody enjoyed a short trip j
through South Dakota tnis week. j •
Harry M. Coleman, of Barron, Wis., visited |
F. C. Massey the first of the week. . j
Miss Jennie Buck, of Minnehaha street, has j
returned from a visit iv Chicago. , j
Miss Mary YVhituey has returned from a i
short business trip. to New York. j
The Enworth league will meet with Miss ,
Mamie Stevens next Tuesday. I
Mrs. Brown left Wednesday for Sioux City, j
where she will visit friends. '', " !
Mrs. C. L. Moody returned - Saturday from j
Jamestown, S. D, •' ■> .: |
Warren Douglass is spending a few days in I
Brown's Valley. . ; I
Judge Young has returned from a trip to j
New York city. '. j
Miss Edna Edwards is visiting with friends i
in Milwaukee. i
Rev. G. F. Wells has returned from a trip ]
Attend the Kid Glove Sale j
At the Bazaar, 163 East Seventh street.
TUT Dll UPC Furniture and
ML rHLnUL Carpet Co.,
419 and 421 Jackson Street, Near Seventh.
LIBERAL INSTALLMENT HOUSE FURNISHERS.
1 I CHAMBER SUITS
I . .1
i '■■ i
S- ' m
If |! An elegant 3-piece
li M Hardwood Cheval
Q Suit for $16.50.
An elegant 3-piece
Hardwood Che vai
The same Suit. with
r ■■-■■ _■ ■.■■, -^ ■■ rjj- " %J i Square MirrorDress
-•C-^^^-I^.^^ Dresser, Bed, Com-
Crocker 5 ' Vv-?n P Pa'
I^^iai^;'"-T■^Y^_M^A^ Baby Carriages. Par
,-^^-^c^ig. l^§|i| ij We sell as cheap on
ipWsSf' ■MipJ3Ss& * I Credit as for Cash,
A^pi - S^ISfsSIII ! and furnish a Home
Jifr^^^L^W P complete on Our Im
'£ i.m.i..ji..jVuji...w_-~^ We pa y fre 'P'">t On
i .... i_'...-.^-^..._-»— .. 1 1 ii ii all goods purchased
.-.^cscgsasass-rej*^^ jg of us within 100 miles
■"—"■-* -■—-*——-* - or ot. Paul.
FALL HAT DISPLAY!
X^j^rfk^sJ ■'*• •■■! THE UNEXCELLED
In tiie New Fall Styles !
Will be for sale at our store in the Hotel Ryan to-day,
Saturday, August 15.
We respectfully solicit your inspection of them, as they are the leading young
man's hat of New Tfork City. -
Hotel Ryan Hat Store. Sole Agent lor St. Paul
Mr. and Mrs. W, T. YVatklns are entertain
ing Mr. and Mrs. A. D. YViiliston and chil
dren, of Chicago, and Mr. . and Mrs. G. D.
Willision, of Red Wing. • -
W. A. Chander leaves this week for the
East, and will return accompanied by his
family, who nave been summering in Ver
Mrs. Boy er has just returned from an out
ing in the country, ant: is entertaining Mrs.
The mpson and sou Jay, of Eau Claire, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hunt will return to
Boston, having sold their residence to P. J.
Hiltgen, of Minneapolis. .
"• Miss Laura Linton has returned from her
eastern visit, and is now visiting her sister
in Rochester. .
Rev. C. T. Burnley, of Hudson, Wis., will
occupy the pulpit of the Olivet church this
morning. hill U fltJUJlifl
Mrs. L. H. Richardson, of Denver, Col.,
called npon several park residents this
— - -*-
Miss Ethelyn Mason is entertaining her
cousin. Miss Stella Gregg, of Fort Wayne,
■ Mrs. G. D. Taylor, of Carroll street. Is
spending a couple of weeks In Dodge Center.
Miss Grace Brown, of Atlanta, Ga, is the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. CL Brown.
Samuel Fuller, of Minneapolis, visited his
■on, T. K. Fuller, a part of the wees.
", Mrs. M. Keardon. of St. Anthony avenue,
will spend the week at the lakes.
; S, A. Clewed, of the Stillwater Gazette, was
a park visitor during the week.
' U.S. Sumner, of the Bank of Merriam
Park, is enjoying a vacation.
Rev. 1. C. Fortin left YY'ednesday for
Crookston and Winnipeg.
Mrs. O. Rawley has returned from a sum
mer's visit in Illinois.
F. R. Fuller left this week to join Mrs.
Fuller at Lake »arah. .
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Clemmons are enter
taining T. B. Lawrence and family, of New
(.Miss Burdett hns gone home after visiting
with Mrs. M. YV. Fay.
Mrs. E. M. Card is enjoying an outing at
Miss Jessie Card has returned from her
visit in the East.
Mrs. A. A. Craudall is entertaining a sister
Miss Mary Daniels has returned from a trip
Mrs. T. B. Prince is visiting her mother
WE DON'T AGREE WITH SOLO-
That "There Is Nothing New Under
the Sun " — Neither Will You
When You See Our New Fall
We can with confidence say it is the
largest and best selected stock of the
world's wealth of woolens ever brought
to this city. .
For cash we will make to order, in
most fashionable style and best of work
manship, at prices that will astonish
you, such as twenty-four-ounce Wool
Cheviot, in black and colors, suit, $25;
Clay Worsted, $35; Full Dress Suits, $40
to $CO, etc.
Also a full line of first-class Gents'
Furnishing Goods at lowest possible
Sandki.i. & Haslett,
179 East Seventh Street.
THE MAN WHO IS LIKED.
Music and Drama.
We admire the man who believes we
know more about housekeeping than he
We admire the mau who will be kind
to a girl's grandmother when the girl is
; not home.
We admire the man who asks our ad
i vice sometimes and abides by what in
| tuition teaches us.
i We admire the man who has the tact
\ to admire a woman's dainty neckwear
! as well as a new gown.
I j -, We admire a man who does not spend
| all his money on tobacco and wine, but
i saves some for candy and flowers.
| We admire the man who has plenty
i of muscle and yet has sufficient tender
, ness to nurse a woman's headache.
• We admire a man who talks sensibly
i to us and who thinks we appreciate
! something more than mere flattery.
i "In fact, we admire a man who is man
ly, mentally and physically, who is gen
| erous and kind, who reverences women
in general and one in particular.
The Soo-South Shore Lines
I Will quote special low rate of $10: St.
I Paul or Minneapolis to Mackinaw island
! and return, Aug. 28 and 29. Tickets
! sold on those dates good for return pass
[ age ten days from date of sale. For fur
! ther particulars call at or address 185
[ East Third street. St. Paul, Minn.;
I Guaranty Building, Minneapolis, Minn.
Advise you to take advan
tage of this spell of cool
weather and come in right
away and talk with us
about FURS. Settle on
what you want, order or
select it, and have it out of
the "way. We know you
would do this if you could
only realize how much to
your advantage it was to
do it, how much annoy
ance you avoid, how much
better you are served, how
much money you save. Just
stop and think, November
is about when you ladies
all naturally commence to
want furs. Suppose you
all come in then and ant
things "right away." What
can we do % See? To avoid
this we make special in
ducements to get you start
ed early and divide our
rush a little. We are offer-
850 Fur Capes,
Comprising articles from
$7.50 to $125 in every kind
of fur you can ask for, all
in late styles and shapes
and made from skins bought
last season (or contracted
for). You can make from
$2 to $50 by getting a cape
out of this lot. Capes have
come to stay, and every
lady that has one will tell
you to get one if you ask
her. We give you a few
prices as guides and to
shov-7 you what your money
will do :
French Coney Gapes, $7.50.
French Seal Capes, $12 aid $15.
Astrakan Capes, $19 and $15.
Jap Woo! Seal Capes, $12 and $15.
Dyed Opossum, $13.75.
Elegant Nutria, $19.59.
French Bsaver, $25.
Krimmer, $25 to $35.
Seal Gapes, $57.50 to $75.00.
Make no mistake. What-
ever you have in fur, if you
haven't a CAPE you want
one, and you will not re
gret its purchase, but won
der how you got along with
out it so long. As to
You all know what they
are ; that they are the
height of style, are durable
and warm. We want to
say that we are headquar
ters on this article — the
largest buyers of any retail
house in American. Can
show you to-day 300 fin
ished garments, and are
making more daily. No
body can touch us on price
and nobody makes as good
a garment. We know this
article and how to handle
it. We offer you some
"snaps," but for August
Astrakhan Jacket at $40.
Astrakhan Jacket, 30-inc!.. ss9 to $50.
Astrakhan Goat, 34-inci., $50.
Astrakhan Sac-sue, 42-inch, $50.
You can't touch the goods
elsewhere at the price, nor
can you get anything in a
garment that will give you
as good value for your
money. Come and investi
Or (as the ladies call it)
Grey Astrakhan, is way up
at top this season in fashion
circles, and we have some
of the finest skins you ever
saw. There's as much dif
ference in Krimmers as
there is in diamonds, and
we, having placed our or
ders last October for cer
tain selected skins, have got
them (wish we had more),
and if you want to see
handsome garments call and
see ours. You won't find
their equal anywhere.
Prices, $50 and $65. . These
and all other goods you can
get on INSTALLMENTS
FL -Se2aSBBIB«S-55-3E_# li" ia,BT-r-^i f "i — r j)
AUTUMN AND WINTER
OF SELEGT NOVELTIES IN SINGLE PATTERNS.
We open to-morrow many additional shipments of
New Dress Goods from the best manufacturers of Eu
rope. Our purchases were in most cases made direct
from the producers, and include a very extensive range
of novel styles, many of which are confined to ua
This will probably be the last week of our
Midsummer Clearing Sale !
And very remarkable bargains will be offered in all the
departments. We prefer to take a very serious loss
on all kinds of Summer Goods rather than pack them
away, and we must have the room they occupy for our
HOSIERY MD UNDERWEAR!
Greatest reductions of the season. Our entire stock
of 25c and 30c Hosiery for women,* fancy stripes
and black, will be sold this week at 19c
Our fine-gauge 35c and 40c Hosiery will be sold at.2sc
Our 50c and 60c Lisle Thread and Cotton Hosiery
will be marked 35c
65c and 75c fine Lisle Thread, Silk Plate and Cot- . '
ton Hosiery will be reduced to 50c
Our Finest Lisle Thread and Cotton Hosiery, prob- f
ably the best produced, usually sold at $1 per
pair, will be closed out at 75c
25c and 35c Cotton Hosiery for Children will be
sold for ■.•-. '"'. .......;. . . . I9C
40c, 45c and 50c Cotton Hosiery will be marked
down t0. . ....... ... ..... . :;.:.... . . . 25c
Children's Lisle Thread and Cotton Hosiery at 65c,
70c and 75c will be reduced to 50c
Combination Suits for Women reduced from $1.00,
$1.25 and $1.50 to 63c
35c and 45c high-neck Vests, with long or short
sleeves, will be sold for. 25c
Silk Vests reduced from $1 and $1.25 to 75c
$3 Silk-Mixed Combination Suits will be marked. sl.7s
Children's Gauze Underwear, all sizes, worth 25c
and 35c, will be closed out at 19c
SPECIAL REDUCTIONS ON
50 Black Cheviot Reefers, with Passementerie For
ageurs, odd sizes from three different lines, worth $8.50,
$9.00 and $10.00, marked as a
Closing Price, $6-25.
We can only take orders for embroidered signature,
full name, initials, monogram or crest on fine
To be delivered in December, for a few days longer.
Remember, we have the embroidery done on all these
early orders AT THE ACTUAL COST.
JUST RECEIVED ! Extreme Novelties in Dress
and Cloak Trimmings. Handsome Effects in Jet Pas
sementeries and Fringes.
NEW ARRIVALS OF INDIA SILK
In extensive assortment of colors, for fancy work, on
sale to morrow.
NEW ARRIVALS OF CHILDREN'S CLOAKS
In Fall weights. The handsomest styles we have ever
brought out will be shown tomorrow. We will also
show a few lines of NEW FALL JACKETS.
MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT !
Our New Catalogue of Fall and Winter Styles will
be issued early in September. Orders from our patrons
in the country are always welcomed, and filled with
greatest care at the lowest prices.
Third and Minnesota Streets,
ST. PAUL, MINN.