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B-_.BE OF BETHLEHEM.
[Written for the Globe.]
Swing, ring, swing
.Ye sweet pulsating bells,
Eincr. swing, ring
Ye rich-resounding shells.
'Till all manukind shell hear again
Of 'Peace on earth, good will to men:'
A carol burst of heaven's refrain.
That rolled that night o'er Judean plain,
And roused the shepherds from their dreams;
In torrents of celestial beams
Commingling with refulgent fires.
The brilliant rants, angelic choirs,
" And serajibim ** ■*;- '" .* ,
And cherubim
With golden harps and lyres
; Exultantly proclaimed to them
The wondrous Babe of Bethlehem,
While heavenly hosts adoringly
In reverence hymned the lullaby,
And at the shrine
Uf Child-Divine
Bowed down to holy infancy.'.*. _
Aud thus he came, because be would
Exalt and honor babyhood.
Since Advent night
Immortal light
Encircles hallowed Christmas time
With softened sympathies sublime.
A priceless gift ! the brightest cem !
All hail the Babe of Bethlehem !
—Frank Magraw.
The past week has been devoted al
most entirely to preparation for the
great event of the coming week, both in
social and church circles, and, notwith
standing the scarcity of money, the
Christmas will be celebrated, though in
probably a little different and a more
unselfish way. That is, people are hav
ing more thought for .heirless fortunate
neighbors, and, instead of giving so
largely in families and among friends,
the great majority of people are devot
| ing some of their time and money to
making pleasanter the Christmas of the
poor. Society during the coming week
will devote itself largely to the festiv
ities connected with Christmas. The
German club will give a cotillion Fri
day night at- Westmoreland hall, be
sides there will be quite a number of
smaller events.
The Nushka club trave its Christmas
party last night. Presents were inter
changed among the members, and a
generally informal time was spent.
Mrs. and Miss Hill, of Summit avenue,
entertained the dancing class on
Wednesday evening of last week.
Among those present were: Misses
Gordon. Newport. Sturgis, Upham,Ger
trude I "phaiii, Finch, Noyes, Dean,
Bass, Gilfillan, Gotzian, J. Moore, and
Messrs. Sturgis, Read, W. Armstrong,
Y'ardley, Slade. Bishop. Blakely, Hal
bert. Young, Hancock. Bigelow.
The marriage of Miss daughter
of Col. and Mrs. E. C. Mason, of Fort
Snelling.and Lieut. Moore is announced
tor next week.
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Morgan have
issued invitations for the marriage of
their daughter Ada Nance to John 11.
Grotecloss Jr., of New York, on Thurs
day afternoon at 5 o'clock, at St. Paul's
church.
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On Thursday evening last a number
of young people enjoyed a sleighing
party to the Town and Country club.
Mrs. Jaggard and Mrs. Maxfield were
the chaperones. Among those who were
of the party were: Misses Gordon,
Mary Gilfillan, Gilbert, Emma Gilfillan,
Moore and Hall, and Messrs. Sturgis,
Hewitt. Maxfield. Jaggard, Hancock,
Yardley, Parker. Maxfield and Clay.
MUSICAL NOTES.
The fourth Seibert concert will take
place next Sunday at 3 p. m. The
orchestra numbers will be rather of the
light and popular kind, including a
Christmas Fantasia descriotive of
Christmas Eve at Home, two popular
overtures and some characteristic pieces
for the strings. The soloist for the con-
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AT JUST
HALF-PRICE!
Winter Hosiery
and Underwear at Less
Than Cost.
Wabasha Street, Near 6th St.
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: SUNDAY MOENING, -DECEMBER 24. 1893.— TWENTY PAGES. -CHRISTMAS SUPPLEMENT.
cert will be Miss Lilly Conheim.a young
pianiste of talent, this beiug her debut
at grand concert after three years of
hard study. A full male chorus, under
the direction tif Prof.- Paul • Zumbach,
will be the other attraction, in all . out
lining a very enjoyable conceit for the
last day of ; 93. : -
The ladies who have given their
names as patronesses of the concert are:
Mesdames W. li. Bend,' C. H. Bigelow.
11. R. Bigelow, W. B. Dean. F. Driscoll.
G. R. Finch, C. E. Flandrau, M. R.
Furness. CM. Griggs. -^ J. H. Ham
mond, E. C. Haynie, J. J. Hill, A. Kal
man. A. li. Lindeke, J. L. Merriam, J.
F. Merrill, S. Newel. C. P. Noyes, D,
R. Noves, W. F. Peet, 11. Richardson.
P. Ritchie, T. L. Schurmeier, C. L.
Spencer, W. A. Spencer, T. R. Selraes,
A. Tighe, 11. P. Upham. F. Weyer
haeuser,- J. A. Wheelock. G. B. Idling.
The members of the Vale Glee' and
Banjo clubs, who are to take part in the
concert that will be held in the People's
church on Monday evening, Jan. I. will
arrive in St. Paul on Saturday morning
next. During their stay in the city they
will be feted by all the society people of
the town, and after-the concert on Mon
day night they will be given a reception
and dance at the residence of Mrs. J. J.
Hill. i^,,,
The date of the St. Paul Choral asso
ciation's "Messiah" concert has been
changed to Tuesday. Jan. 9. The fol
lowing soloists have been engaged:
Mrs. D. N. De Wolf, soprano. Miss
Alma Norton Johnson, contralto. Charles
A. Knorr, tenor; li. Bicknell Young, of
Chicago, basso. •-.'.•
The pupils of St. Catherine's school
gave their second musicale on Friday of
last week. Mr. and Mrs. Winkler, Miss
Aspinwall and Mrs. Snapp assisted, ana
a programme of rare excellence, was
given.
W. C. T. U. NOTES.
The Conference of Unions of the W.
C. T. U. met at. the Valentine block
Thursday afternoon with a number of
enthusiastic members in attendance.
Mrs. Brawley and Mrs. Russell reported
for the Central union that they had fur
nished a room at the Bethel boat for
poor women who had nothing to pay for
a night's lodging. Mrs. William Nich
olas, president ot the Willard union, of
West St. Paul, reported their union to
be in a flourishing condition, every
other meeting being a social meeting
with refreshments, and a paper upon
the work; also that they had contrib
uted funds for the work among the chil
dren of the Bethel boat, and had sent
the White Ribboner to nine ministers
on the West side; also distributed liter
ature among the woodsmen, for which
there was a want of proper reading.
Mrs. S. M. Hum and Mrs. K. Webster
reported tbe lady Somerset union ex
tending their work. Mrs. Valentine
was very successful in her mothers'
meetings. They were very largely at
tended and much interest manifested.
Gospel temperance meetings, under the
leadership of Mrs. Webster, had been
started, and will be held every Sunday
afternoon. Mrs. Leonard and Mrs.
Wormwood reported the jail work as
very encouraging, especially among
the young men. One man at Stillwater
had recently* bean converted, and a very
affecting letter was read. The pledge
roll was about to be hung up in the jail.
Mrs. W. R. Mandigo was elected press
reporter.
The W. C. T. U. gospel temperance
meeting will be held in the People's
theater this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Gen
tlemen who have assisted Rev. Moody
in Chicago this summer will add inter
est to the meeting. The public is in
vited. Programme: Congregational
sinking; devotional by ladies of the
union; solo, Arrilla Phillips; address,
Rev. F. B. Dor (in; anthem; address,
Rev. John Fryckburg.
The tenth district W. T. C. U. held a
camp fire at Ford's music hall yesterday
afternoon. The morning session was
CHRISTMAS ON THE FARM.
"I do declare, Josiar. it sorter seems like hum.
A si-tin' here an' waitin' fur the children all to come—
An' all thur children with 'em, to bring us every year
The comforts that pervade the place when Crissmuss time is here,
Thur's lots of nuts an' cider, an' doughnuts nice an' brown,
Awaitin' fur the children, an' thur children from the town.
The turkey's rat as buiter, and the puddin' will be prime, .;.-.':
Fur they all have royal appetites, you kuow, on Crissmuss lima.
"I think I hear 'em jingle, them bells across the snow; . - .
An', yes— the hoofs is rattlin' on the river bridge below.
Quick! File the wood on higher an' make the chimney gleam,
I'll light the lamps an' set 'em in the windows— it will seem
As though we both wuz reachin' out our arms to take em hum.
Our children an' thur children, for the Crissmuss time has come.
An' now thur shoutin' gaily, them boys an' gals— an' we
Will greet 'em in the doorway, for thur dear to you an' me.
"Why! Polly Annan' Liddy. Oh! Sile, you hug me so!
John, you have shaved yer whiskers; Ilet. how that boy duz grow,
Merlisser an' the baby— come to the fire all.
An' shuck your wraps, an' pa, you fetch the big bench from the hall.
Our man Ml 'tend the horses— Lem. you have kissed me twice,
In course I must divide 'em up, yer cotnin' seems so nice.
So now we're all together in jist the same old place;
An' God has ben so kind to us, I do not miss a face.
"Yes. supper's nearly ready; Oh! JO3, yer appetite
Hain't lost its former fancy, an' you've fetched it hum tonight.
I'm glad to see you, dearies, an' I'm glad to see you well;
Thur. now yer gettin' thawed out an' most ready, that's the bell!
Thank God for all this kindness! Pa, you can say the rest."
And every head about the board was bowed upon the breast:
nd as the aged sire's voice grew deep with holy charm,
A peaceful spirit overspread the Christmas on the farm.
— H. S. Keller.
held at 10 o'clock, aud at 12 an adjourn
ment was made for lunch. The pro
gramme contained many interesting
features to W. C. T. U. workers, and
the sessions were largely attended.
Many prominent members were pres
ent, such as Mrs. Soule and Mrs. L. W.
Irvine.
PLEASURES PAST.
Pioneer Branch No. 17. Order of the
Iron Hall of Baltimore City, elected the
following officers at its last meeting:
President— William Johnson.
Vice President -M. J. Shanahan.
Secretary— C. Bam bach. ,
Cashier— James Ailton.
Chaplain— W. 11. Bell.
Counselor— Hill.
B Watchman— Gahagan.
Herald— Richard Bentley.
Guard— B. Cornfeldt.
Trustees — Abraham Anion, N. So
rensen. John Rasmussen.
The sum of $850 was distributed in
paying of matured benefit certificates.
Miss Cora Meier was agreeably sur
prised last Wednesday evening, Dec. 20.
by a number of her immediate friends
at her home on West Fifth -street,
the event being the twenty-fifth anni
versary of her birthday. Flowers in
abundance decorated the rooms, and the
sweet strains from the mandolins of
"The Troubadours," some of whom
were present, filled the air, and musk*
and mirth prevailed. Miss Hattie
Lemke rendered a few selections on the
violin, which were received amid ap
plause. About 11 o'clock a repast
was served, followed by a wine toast
and short dance programme. Among
those present were Mr. aud Mrs. A.
Meier, .Mr. aud Mrs. Adolph Pamperin,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meier, the Misses
Hattie Lemke, Alvina Meier.Josie Olson,
Clara Meier; Messrs. Albert Dehr,
Alfred Lemke. W. J. Lemke, F. W.
Schroeder, Alois Meier, Ward Andrews,
John Dornseif, John Roedler.
The ladies of the evening Star Degree
Staff and their friends surprised J. j
Zuber, their captain, at his home on
Como avenue, last Tursday evening,
and presented him with a handsome
rocker. The evening was spent in
card playing until about 11 o'clock.when
an elegant lunch was served. Among
those present were Mr. and Mrs. Faust,
Mr. and Mrs. Ristine, Mr.and Mr.Holm
quist, Mr. and Mrs. Herr, Mr. and Mrs.
Arbuckle, Mr. and Mrs. Nafie, Mes
dames Sowders. McDonald and Hender
son, Misses Lida McElroy, Winnie
Briggs. Ella Weber, Jennie Holmqulst.
Ella Bailey, Clara Zuber and Faust,
Messrs.Frank Holmquist and Joe Zuber.
A very pleasant surprise was given
Miss Maud Blodgett, at her home on
Ross street, Tuesday evening. Danciug
was indulged in until a late hour.
Among those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Bull, Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. Lee, Mrs.
Johnson, Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Rose, of
Spooner, is; Misses A. Leehan, R.
'Tracy, N. Tracy, B. Daimoud.L. Dllley,
Bruphy,Wlnter,Messrs. W. Houlihan. J.
Qui M. Ford, F. Merrian, M. McCon
non, A. Dilley, G. Dilly, E. Rosenquist,
M. Schroeder, L. Kleinfelter, L. Lippy,
C. Lippy, D. Pierson, H. Last, W. Mo
lan, G. Lee, M. Tubberty, McManus,
Merrill, J. Scijnlan, F. Bloch, C. Ham
mond. J. Haslet and B. Scammon.
At the last meeting of Minnehaha
Camp 074 the following officers were
elected: V. C.,' Harry Franklin; W. A-.
C. S. Monaghan; banker, E. B. L6tt;
clerK, A. H. Harper; escort, Louis
Benson; watchman, M. F. Biener;
sentry, W. C. Dingley; manager, R. j.
Wood; delegate, J. H. Wilson. The
next meeting will be Jan. 5, and on Jau.
19 all the camps of the city will be the
guests of Minnehaha and hold joint in
stallation ceremonies, assisted by the
officers of the state camp. A large dele
gation will attend from Minneapolis.
The IJureka Euchre club was pleas
. antly entertained by Mr. and Mrs. J. F,
Johnson at their residence, 502 Collins
street, Saturday evening. Head prizes
were woo by Mrs. G. W. Harding and
P., Murphy; progressive, by George
Jones; lope hand, by Mrs. J. J. Con
nolly: booby prizes, by Miss McManus
and Fred Weber. After playing ceased
refreshments were served, and the club
was treated to a fine selection on the
piano by Mjs§ Pearl Johnson,
Mrs. Helen Higjiman, of lowa, who
has been Visiting her brother and fam
ily, Mr. aud Mrs. V. R. Benham, of 147
East Eleventh street, £or several weeks,
was very agreeably surprised on Mon
day evening by a party of friends who
called tb pig per good-bye and wish her
a speedy return to their society onc.J
more. The evening was spent in pro
gressive euchre, followed by lunoq,
Mrs. Highman returned to her home* on
Wednesday evening.
Mrs. W. I Joy entertained the Hotel
Barteau Euchre club in the dining hall
Wednesday evening. Prizes were award
ed as follows: First prize, Miss Enier
etta El well; second prize, Miss Gretta
Roach; third prize, Mrs. D. F. Skinner.
Gentlemen— First prize, J. E. Bailey;
second prize, W. R. Hoag; third prize,
H. W. Milliman. Mrs. A. P. Rotert will
entertain the club Feb. 1.
The Excelsior Pleasure club was en
tertained by Miss K. Gebhardt Thurs
day evening. A very enjoyable even
ing was spent at cards, after which
refreshments were served. Miss G.
i Gebhart and Miss M. Vergosen were
prize winners. Miss Rose Farrell will
entertain the next meeting Dec. 28. .
The L. P. S. club enjoyed a very de
lightful sleigh ride last Thursday even
ing to the Hullsiek residence at Midway.
Among those present were the Misses
Ida Wthle, A. Mathews, F. Gaslin, F»
Clark. M. Funk, Lou Mahle, Ida Hull"
sick, Clara Rotert, Alice Hullsiek.
Thursday evening. Dec. 21, Capitol
Division No. 13, U. R. K. of P., gave
their first social party or the season at
C Mitral hall. It was a grand success,
both socially and financially. About
fifty Sir Knights in full uniform at
tended, besides a number of their
friends. Among the most prominent in
attendance were Gen. F. S. McDonald,
of Minneapolis, brigade commandet of
Minnesota; Col. E. Milham and wife,
Col. G. M. Orr, Maj. R. F. Eldridge and
wife, Capt. T. S. F. Haves aud wife,
Capt. W. G. Robbins and ladies, Capt.
M. N. Goss and wife. Lieut. A. L.
j Mace and ladies. Lieut. K. B. Hamilton
i and ladles, Quartermaster S. A. J. Stob
bart and ladies, Sir Knights F. W. Baer
and wife, A. G. O'Dell and wife, C. H.
Winchell and wife, W. 1. Baldwin and
wife, J. S. Kimball and wife, A. L.
Phillips . and wife, W. H. Blake and'
wife, W. K. Mulliken and wife, F. W.
Stories and wife, J.Navratil and wife, C. : '
M. Hogeboom and wife, J. Hayes and
wife, .Metville and wife. J.A.Bone,
A. C. Feise, L. E. Kier, F. Molie, O. F.
; Liustrum, J. D. Gibbon. 1. G. Pennock,
J. W. Bowman, J. W. Tompson. L.
Schultz. li. C. Reeves; Misses Eva Baer.
Hattie Herring, Adams, Newhart, Slow
eer. Picker. Sadie Gibbous, Mitchell,:
Hogeboom, J. H. Dagman,7 Jacobson,'
Viismeyer, Johnson, Kenyou,' Vealy, '.■'■
Jackson, Martin, Kimball, Dunn. Gal
lagher, Williams, Cook, Dahl. Mac-
Leau, Maddock, Roberts, Stover, Flynn,
Brandt, Freeman, Mulliken, Milham,
and J agger.
Among the prominent social events of
the past week was a dancing party giv
en Friday evening by Miss Vir
ginia Bryant at Her home on
East Winifred street, in honor of
George Loring, of California, formerly
of this city. The house was beautifully
decorated with holly and evergreen, and
the ladles' costumes were exceptionally
pretty; IS o'clock an elegant repast
i was served, after which dancing was
resumed until an early hour. Miss Bry
ant proved herself a most charming
| hostess. Those .participating were:
Misses Goldsmith, Howard, Upham,
Easton, Wilmot Warner, Hallowell.
Franklin, Margaret Franklin, Egan,
McDonald.-^ Grathwol, Woodwarth, of j
Minneapolis; Messrs. Loring, Webb, of
Minneapolis; Rogers, William Rogers,
of Boston : Dr. Hause, C. H. Wilmot,
j W E. W 7 ilmot, Gemmell, Goldsmith,
Lahig, -Tiffany, Semple. of Highwood;
Zlegler, Heffernon, Burke and Clark.
A very enjoyable sleigh ride was
given Thursday evening by a party of j
young folks from Dayton's bluff. The i
ride to Macalester Park and the social
time at the residence of H. E. Hullsiek
were greatly enjoyed by ail. Among
those present were George W. Mahler,
Fred Schleik, Dan Faff, Fred Eisele,
George H. Hullsiek, Arthur Lufsky,
Gaw Sneider, James McClaren, Stuart
McMillan, Will Schulze, Adeline
Mathes, Louise Mahler. Florence Clark,
Alice Hullsiek, Marie Funk. Ilah
Mahler, Clara Rotert, Ida Hullsiek,
Carrie Newell, Gertrude Warner.
Thursday evening, Dec. 21, Ada
Louise, daughter of F. W. Anderson, of
this city, was married at the home of
her parents, No. 070 Lincoln avenue, to
W. B. Clow. President Strong, of
Carlton college, assisted by Rev. E. P.
Ingersoll, of Park Congregational
church, performed the ceremony in the
presence of about thirty of the more
intimate relatives and family friends.
Edward Norton, of Northfield, acted as
best man, and Miss Ella Nabersberg
was bridesmaid. Alter a brief trip Mr.
and Mrs. Clow will be at home Tues
days, in January, atC79 Lincoln avenue.
On Friday evening a merry party of
young people of St. Paul were delight
fully entertained by Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Brand, at Oakland, in honor of George
Loring.of California. The evening was
devoted to cards, after which an elegant
collation was served. The 'dus ride
librae was highly enjoyable. Those
present were Misses Upham, Eastoii,
.VVilmot, Julia Wilmot. Bryant, Hal
lowell, Lovering. flight, Yost; Messrs.
C. H-WJlmot, W. E. Wilmot, Loring,
Rogers, Semple, Ziegleh Heffernon and
W6b_>, of Mlhntfpo.ln.
The principal and teachers of the
Haf risoii school gave their pupils and
patfodift uierry Chrlstpias entertain.
Went. Song!} gnd recitations were given
In the different rooms, trees were
stMppfed or tbfclr gifts (made by the
children) for revives an.d friends, aud
Santa Claus presented each pupil with
a fancy b&% or box of candy, outs, pop
corn and fruit. All present declared it
was the happiest sight they had wit
nessed for a long time.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bott entertained
a ftnirißer of their friends at cards ana
dancing Monday evening. Thosepres
eut were the Misses Marnion, Knox,
Furlong, Sutie, DoWd, Rogers, Kelly,
Worth, Taylor, and Messrs. Bally, Ru_
dolph, Bott. J. Furlong, Will Marnion,
T. Gavlgata, J. Knox, Kelly, Worth and
Rogers. .
Garfield hall, corner Arcade and Fau
quier streets, presented a gay appear
ance last Saturday, the occasion being
the first masquerade ball of the Rosebud
Dancing club. Sixty-three couples
dauqed to the sweet strains of Hllyard's
orchestfa. Cards will soon be sent out
announcing their fifth social hop.
The Colonnade' Social club gave its
second select dancing -party Thursday
last, Dec. 22. It was well attended, and
betweeu the combined efforts of the
floor managers and the excellent music
furnished by the Metropolitan orches
tra the affair was a success.
Alfred B. Flarsheim and Carolyn L.
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ABSOIIJTiDf PURE
Rose were married on Tuesday evening
last at the home of the bride, 585 John
street. The ceremony was performed
by Rabbi Hess. The happy young
couple left on the evening "train for a
wedding trip South.
Mr.'and Mrs. E. Burnhelm.with about
forty of their friends, spent an enjoy
able evening last week, the occasion of
their fifth marriage anniversary. They
were the recipients of numerous wooden
favors.
Last Saturday evening the Wachcpe
club were entertained at the rooms of
Layman's Mandolin orchestra. About
twenty were present, and a pleasant
evening was spent in music, cinch and
refreshments. AA-- .. .;.-■
The Five Points Athletic club will
give its hop on New Year's night. The
Metropolitan orchestra has been en
gaged for the occasion.
The Hazel club will give a dancing
party on the 28th. The Metropolitan
orchestra will furnish the music.
Miss Birdena Farwell will arrive
home from Rockford, 111., tomorrow
morning. ... . '
SOCIETY'S CALENDAR.
The Maple -Leaf Dancing club will
give its fourth dance of the season
Thursday evening next at Leidertafel
hall, corner State and Congress streets.
The Getchagamma Club has issued
invitations for a. dance on Thursday
evening at Litt's hall. The St. Anthony
Hill orchestra will furnish the music.
The Central Social club will give its
third social hop on Saturday evening at
Central hall, corner Seventh and Cedar
streets. ■ ; ;>.~ : c .'
The "Non Nobis Solum" will issue
invitations for a germau, to be given
at Central hall, Monday evening, Jan. 8.
The Florentine club will give a
masquerade party at Westmoreland half
on Thursday evening, Jan. 11.
PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Seymour, of Wash
ington, D. C, are spending the holidays
at the home of Hon. William Bickel, the
parents of Mrs. Seymour. Mr. Sey
mour is a prominent attorney at the
capital.
Miss Alma Cherry, who has been
spending the past two months with rel
atives and friends in this city, left last
Wednesday for her home in Toronto
and Belleville, Ontario.
Dan W. Stephenson has returned to
the city from Grand Forks,, and, he
being such au old member of Company
,C, the boys will tender him a reception
some time this week.
The many friends of Mrs. Joseph
Wilke, of Fillmore aVenue, will be
pleased to hear of her recovering after
a severe illness with pneumonia for the
past six weeks.
ti Mr. and Mrs. Will E. Matheis and
little daughter, of Selby avenue, will
spend the holidays with Mrs. Matheis'
parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. Neal, at Lake
•City.
' f Miss Nellie Cunningham, of Portland
avenue, "who is attending school at the
Northwestern university, at Evanstou,
111., is home for the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mitsch and Mrs.
J.J- Prendergrast and daughter left
last Tuesday for California, where they
will spend the winter.",'" ::' -•-'-■ "•'*• ..
',". Mrs. Col. A. Allen, Mrs. M. E. Ferrey
and Miss Eva Davidson arrived at Los
Angeles, Cal., Friday noon, where they
wiil spend the winter. "l'A^yZ-
S. B. Beesley, of Chicago Great
.Western railway, will spend the holi
days with friends and relatives in
Clinton, Ont. '•-■_.-. AZ. : >y
Miss Adele Perkins is in the city, and
is spending the holidays with Mr. and
Mrs. \V. L. Perkins Jr., 420 Holly ave
nue. *.:-" A >'„':'■
Miss Elizabeth Carlisle, of Wilming
ton, Del., is the guest of Miss Ada
Nance Morgan, of 420 Woodward ave
nue. '- :'.'- : - •■-■
Miss Annie McCourt, of Agate street,
will spend the holidays at Great Falls,
Mont., with Mrs. George McDonald.
Mrs. B. E. Stone.of 593 Jackson street,
will entertain the Midway Euchre club
Tuesday evening, the 20th.
J. Frank Bullnrd. of the Smith Fruit
company, left for California to spend
the winter with relatives.
Hon. A. C. McGillivary and wife are
spending the holiday week with J. E.
Phelan and wife at Fargo.
Mrs. P. Simons, of Louis street, has
gone to Nebraska to spend the holidays
with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Wall havo
gone to Louisville, to spend the holi
days. ZZ'Z'Z
Mrs. Myron Brown has taken rooms
at Hotel Metropolitan for the winter.
Mrs. Col. Allen has gone to Los An
geles to spend the winter. " <
Mr. and Miss Gordon expect soon to
start on a European trip.
Miss Gotzian has returned to the city.
DAYTON'S BLUFF.
The ladies of St. Paul Chapter No. 24,
O. E. S., will give a public Installation
of officers and an entertainment next
Friday evening at the lodge rooms on
East Seventh street.
The Utopian Cinch club held a busi
ness meeting Thursday evening at the
home of Henry Freeman, to make ar
rangements for a party to be given in
the near future.
Mrs. Boyson, of Hudson avenue, re
turned from St. Cloud Friday, accom
panied by her sister, Miss Bessie Fasalt,
who will spend the holidays in St. Paul.
Mrs. Brookins, of Fauquier street, was
pleasantly surprised Saturday evening
by Jiuuibef* of her friends, the occasion
being the celebration of her birthday.
;■: The Sunday school of the Atlantic
Congregational church will give their
Chrf^jqia's entertainment in the church
parlors rffext Friday evening.
. Tl_6 J_adles' Aid Society of the Bates
Avenue M, E. Church was entertained
on Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Dr. Cul
lutt), of Mfpje street.
yfie Siyid-iy school Christmas enter,
taiumeht or the Bates Avenue M. E
chdlfch will be held at the church next
Tuesday evening.
!-! The yOUng people of IJlss Bolton's
room of the Van Buren school will give
a sleigh ride next Tuesday afternoon
.and evening.
Mrs. N^sh,, of Minneapolis, i? organ
izing a physical culture class on the
BlUff, to meet Tuesday and Thursday
■evenings.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hevener, of Mil-
baqk, S. p., returned home Wednesday
after a visit; of three weeks with rela
tives on the Bluff.
Braden lodge gave an enjoyable en
tertainment and supper Friday evening
last at the lodge rooms on East Seventh
street.
Mrs. Anderson aud children, of East
Third street, left Wednesday evening
. for Hannibal, Mo., to spend - the holi
days. . . -•.-._;_■
Miss Clara Allison, or Bates avenue,
organized a singing cjass last Thursday
evening, consisting of twenty young
men.
7 The Sunday school of the Ashbury
M. E. church will celebrate Its Christ
mas festival Monday evening. '
I Mrs. C. Krieger, of Bates avenue, has
returned from St. Louis after an ab
sence of about two months. : £_._£;
Mr. and Mrs. Lemay will spend Christ
mas in Minneapolis.
. Miss Nellie Bolton spent the past
week with her grandmother. Mrs. Bol
ton, of Raviue street.
Mrs. John Dickinson, of Mendota
street, entertained friends at dinner
Thursday last.
Mrs. Scott and son Robert, of Crooks-'
ton, are the guests of Mrs. Bouny, of
Ravine street.
Mrs. McHugh, of Conway street, will
entertain friends during the holidays
from Duluth. '..".- . . „\
Omar Humphrey is home from Shat
-1 tick school to spend the holidays with
his parents.
Mrs. Hussey, of St. Cloud, will spend
the holidays with Mrs. Stowell, of Con
way street.
Mrs. Ben Johnson, of East Fourth
street, entertained friends during the
week. ••-•_ .*7- ;
BURLINGTON HEIGHTS.
The Burlington Heights Afternoon
Euchre club enjoyed a delightful meet
ing Wednesday at The home of Mrs.
John Weeks, of St. Paul Park. The
prizes, which were particularly pretty
and' attractive, were won by Mrs. W.
E. Dockstader, Mrs. Z. R. Williams and
Miss Edith Howes, all of Highwood.
The dance to be given on the 29th
inst. by the Burlington Heights Social
club promises to be as large and enjoy
able an affair as the last one given by
that club.
The Christmas Sunday school celebra
tion of SL Mark's mission will be held
on Holy Innocents' day, that is Thurs
day of this week.
Miss Claribel Smith, of Minneapolis,
spent some days last week with her
sister, Mrs. H. M. Tuelle.
The Evening Euchre club will meet
with Mrs. John R. Poore Wednesday of
this week.
Miss Jessie Lawrence, of St. Paul, was
the guest of Mrs. Willis Howard Sun
day night. yl Al:
Mrs. L. A. Moore will entertain the
Literary club Tuesday evening.
Herbert Fry, of Minneapolis, Is visit
ing relatives here.
MERRIAM PARK.
A charity concert will be given next
Thursday evening in Columbia hall.
The programme is as follows: Piano
solo, Miss Cowles; ladies' -quartette,
Mesdames A. S. Brooks. D. A. Curtiss,
W. C. Covert, D. A. Matthews; reading.
Miss Whitridge; solo, Miss Alice Eddy;
male quartette," the Troubadours; solo,
Mrs. Covert; coruet solo, Keith Nayior;
snap shots, W. J. Nolan and H. S.
Meyors.
Triune lodge elected the following of
ficers Tuesday' night: W. M., Dr. An
drew Henderson; senior warden, W. D.
Madigan; junior warden, E. D. Parker;
treasurer, H. M. Crosby; secretary,
George F. Kuhles. Installation will
take place next Tuesday night.
A club has been organized consisting
of fourteen of the members of Rev. C.
J. Sage's Bible class, with the following
oflicers: President, James B. Trum
bull Jr.; vice president, Harry Brooks;
secretary and treasurer, W. M. Halm.
Miss Ella Bowe was pleasantly sur
prised Tuesday evening by the Ex
Conspeeto club, of St. Paul, chaperoned
by Miss Jamieson. The party came iv
sleigbs, and dancing was enjoyed at the
home of Miss Bowe.
There will be a meeting of the Danc
ing club next Wednesday evening at the
home of W. A. Boies, on Wilder avenue,
by order of the executive committee —
Mrs. Byron Raker, Mrs. Zed M. Space,
Mrs. W. A. Boies.
At St. Mark's church the Feast of
Christians will be celebrated chorally
uuder the direction of Prof. Priem, or
ganist. There will be many distin
guished soloists, and an orchestra of
fourteen.
An elaborate musical programme will
be given in St.Mary's church this morn
ing by Mrs. J. W. Bell, organist, and a
quartette; Miss Irwin, contralto; F. C.
Campbell, tenor; W. S. Zimmerman,
basso.
" At the Christmas entertainment in
Ttinity church this evening several
Hamliue students will assist Rev. F. M.
Dougherty.
The Congregational Ladies Aid society
will meet with Mrs. D. F. Brooks next
Thursday afternoon. There will be a
social and 5 o'clock . tea.
Prof. John A. Ilartigan left Wednes
day for Vermont, where he will spend
the holidays with relatives.
The children's Christmas service was
given at the Congregational church last
evening.
The Social Dancing club gave another
successful party in Crosby hall Friday
evening.
A Christmas concert will be given In
the Congregational church this evening.
ST. ANTHONY PARK.
This evening the Congregational Sun
day school will give their entertainment.
Tomorrow evening there will be a gift
offering entertainment especially for
the ahildren.
Mrs. Meade, preceptress of Pillsburv
academy, Owatonua, is the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. M. F. Bentley.
The Misses Cotton have issued cards
for.a dancing party to be given on the
evening of the 20th.
Miss Strong entertained tha li. 11.
club Thursday evening at her home on
Raymond avenue.
Christmas exercises and entertain
ment wilt be held tomorrow evening in
the M. E. church. *-°
Miss M. Kavanaugh is in Milwaukee,
called there by the illness of her
mother.
A number of the Park gentlemen will
give a dancing party in Churchill- Hall
Dec. 29. '.;, •
Miss Anna McCammon has returned
to hot home in Aurora, 111., for the holi
days. ■•■:_'-"i-
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Merrill are spend
ing the holidays in Mason City, 10.
Miss Emma Cooper is spending the
Chjistmas holidays at River Falls.
Deap Balsh is spending, the holidays
at his home in Charles City, 10.
Mrs. A. Irwin entertained the Read
Ing circle Friday afternoon.
Clarence Taylor is the guest of his
grandparents at Waseca.
_» PRiCEy
W DELICIOUS "
Flavoring
Extracts
MATURAIBaiIT FLAVORS, ;
Of perfect purity
, Lemon I Of great strength— . -*"
Lemon Of great strength—
l^Sa\ll Boonomylnthalru*
»«___-rt_-_S Flavor as delicately
and deliriously as the fresh fruit
HjOTHERS.^ 'MOTHERS." '
;■ ■ . : ; :»TUESDAY MORNING, and while they
■y *• last, we will sell the cream "of the.
Powers Dry Goods Go. Silk Stock!
At less Than HALF THE COST of Manufacture.
These are the choicest Silks in their stock, and we have
marked them at .very low prices, as we wish to close them out
quickly. The opportunity will be a brief one. Better come at
the beginning of the sale.
At 49 Cents.
§§§§ BLACK GROS GRAIN SILKS
Black Rhadames, Black Satin Duchesse,
Colored Failles, Drapery Silks
and Colored Silk Serges.
All worth $1.00 to $1.50 a yard.
At 69 Cents.
A lot of 3,500 yards, embracing
-24-INCH BLACK GROS GRAINS!
24-inch Black Surahs,
24-inch Black Satin Duchesse.
24-inch Black Silk Serges.
Everything- in this lot is worth up to 81.50 and S3 a yard.
About 500 yards of $1.50 Black Satin Brocades go in at 69c.
This will be the grandest Silk Sale of the year. The lot*
are large, but an early cho : ce is always the best.
Only Two Lots, 49c and 69c.
Many of the Silks are worth three and four times these prices. -
And New Year's Gifts!
Art Wares and Fancy Goods
Will be sold on Tuesday, December 26th, and during the re
maining days of the week, at . . .
-■• ■ • •
25 Per Cent Discount ?
QUARTER Acl f^^Br ONE=
QUARTER f LUW^S QUARTER
off v OFF
OF jft_.JL.3__. KIISTDS.
Coats, Jackets, Capes and Hantles
Will be sold at the same Discount of
25 PER OEIISrT
From our well-known Low-Marked Price. When you consider
how low these prices have necessarily been kept in order to
maintain and increase our large Cioak business in the face of
the keenest opposition we have ever met, you will understand
how low this cut of one-quarter from the price of every garment
will make them. There will be no reserve on account of de
sirability of style, or on any pretense whatever. Every gar
ment in the stock, including Opera Wraps and Velvet Man
ties, will be comprehended in this General Reduction. All
must go, and all alike will be subjected to the same discount of
25 PER CENT. But the fact that there is a decided difference
in the styles— that some are more distinctly fashionable
and otherwise more desirable than others— is a strong- reason
why you should come early and have first choice.
Deeper than the deepest of all our cuts are those we are
making on
MTWNERyi
Previous to stock-taking. Come in on Tuesday, and you will
understand how radical our methods are when we want to
clear out goods.
STYLISH FELT and VELVET HATS, never sold less
than $4.00 to $6.00, w ill be closed out at $2.50.
Handsome Jet -Bonnets, Fashionable Evening Hats and
•Fine Trimmed Hats for Misses and Children, all worth from
$6.00 to $15.00, will go for $4.50 each.
.- What we have left in Untrimmed FELT SAILOR HATS,
each worth $1.00, will go for 25 cents each.
Light-Colored French Felt Hats, all worth $1.25 or more,
go at the same low price, 25 cents each.
AN IMPORTANT LEADER I LOW -J- PRICES
IN— ON
Dill li si rnnnc fine furs
I -| a § Il I 1 71 We apprehend there is very little
Ll 1 1 LU %3 UUUvU doubt in the minds of the communi
;"". ty that we are
. FRENCH IMPERIAL SERGES, 46 LEADERS IN FURS
inches wide, in all the leading j This was very apparent during
shades, for i the rush before Christmas. We are
as certainly in the lead in Furs as
58 Cents a Yard we are in Cloaks. If you want any
-00 wen is a. ram. thing in either of these . lines this
in, <_..=.« m „iii o week, come in and you will see how
These well-known Serges we expect to keep the lead. Our
nave always been regarded as prices will be lower than the lowest
excellent value at $1.00. for goods that are as high as the
highest in the standard of quality.
MAIL ORDERS
We are Sole agents in St. Are always cordially welcomed and cared
P-.111 fnr "RTTT v T'"Pl?Tnxr-c r> a t*. fur * They receive the prompt attention of
1 aui ior 13 U 1 1 h,KI.H\. S PA r- men specially deputed for that purpose, who
TERNS, Her Maiestv'l Cnr-spf-i are thoroughly posted in the mail order busi
-m vi. o,_j.__ci ivj.d.jesiys corsets ness, and uuderstand how to fin orders cor
and UV. J aeger S . Sanitary Un- "-ctly. We afford every facility to our out-
Aarmo'n-r ■ of- town patrons, and carefully guard their
uwwcai. interests in every possible way. We make it
■ . • . a point to see tha*. they always get our best
: — values.
Sixth and Robert StsZ Sixth and Robert Sts.
ST. PAUL. Him ST.PAUL.HINIIZAZ
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