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Amid colors of blue and silver, over
tine hundred college young women
feasted on Tuesday in the banquet hall
of the Auditorium Annex at Chicago,
winding up in this manner a week of
Social gayety at Evanston in a right
royal manner, as became the daugh
ters of Kappa Kappa Gamma. The oc
casion was the farewell dinner of the
delegates to the thirteenth national
convention of the sorority, and with
It ended the functions of that event,
most of the guests leaving Immediately
after the banquet for their homes. The
affair was under the management of
Upsilon Chapter of Evanston. which
has been the host of the convention.
After an elaborate menu, to which the
young ladies did full justice, the usual
toasts were given and were Interspers
ed with college songs. The toast of
honor was given to Miss Cornelia B.
Officer, Chi, of St. Paul, otherwise
known among the fraternity as "Little
Officer." She has invariably had the
honor of the principal toast at the
three gatherings she has been able to
grace with her presence, and the young
ladles have learned to look for some
thing bright and original when she
rises to speak. Miss Officer's topic was
"AfterwhiU's." and, with a happy spirit
of prophecy, she pictured, in glowing
language, the possible futures of he*
Bisters In Kappa. Her effort was re
ceived with great enthusiasm, and
fittingly wound up the convention,
ivhkh has proved the most successful
and enthusiastic one ever held by this
body of young ladies.
Miss Officer and her older sister have
been, for three weeks, guests at the
MISS JULIA DEXT GRANT, THE NEW BELLE OF NEWPORT.
Miss Julia Dent Grant, the young lady in
■whose honor Mrs. Potter Palmer gave her
splendid reception at the close of the Newport
season, is the daughter of Col. Fred Dent
Grant, son of the general. Col. Grant was
married in Chicago in the fall of 1874 to Ida
Honoie, one of the daughters of the family
■which gave Mrs. Potter Palmer to Chicago.
Mrs. Grant, was, in her day, one of Chicago's
dost beautiful and accomplished belles and
her daughter Inherits her charms. Miss Julia
Is one of the prettiest girls at Newport. She
ie just 20 years old and enjoys the distinc
tion of having been one of the very few chil-
home of C. E. Schauffler (formerly of
Et. Paul), at Highland Park, and are
expected to reach home today.
Society devoted herself to the de
lightful occupation of entertaining the
G. A. R. guests last week and private
social functions were not numerous.
The women of St. Paul made delight
ful hostesses to the many visiting
"women, all of whom received a cordial
welcome at the several receptions held
at the headquarters of the women's
committee during the week. The
women of the committee are to be con
gratulated upon the tact they dis
played in the management of these re
ceptions, which were the most charm
ing features of one of the busiest weeks
ft. Paul ever saw. Those who were
not at the headquarters cannot imag
ine the warm air of cordiality which
prevailed throughout all the hours the
great doors of the old Kittson mansion
■were open. No one was forgotten in
that multitude of strangers. No one
vas overlooked, all were given the
very warmest welcome and all went
away with a kindly feeling for the
patriotic and public minded women of
St. Paul. The reception to Mrs. New
fort, at the headquarters yesterday
afternoon, was the only affair of local
Interest alone given by the women.
The attendance was made up largely
of St. Paul women.
There were a number of small din
ners and luncheons given during the
week to visiting: officers and their wives
and other distinguished guests. Mr.
and Mrs. George R. Finch entertained
at luncheon Wednesday, and Capt. Mc-
Cardy gave a dinner Friday evening
to Gen. and Mrs. Walker. Miss Wilder
gave a buffet luncheon Wednesday,' at
her home on Summit avenue, to thirty
five guests. Mrs. Chas. Clark gave a
luncheon Wednesday and Mrs. E. N.
Baunders also entertained at luncheon
the same day. Mrs. F. B. Seymour
gave a parade luncheon Wednesday,
and there were a number of similar
affairs given along the avenue.
The marriage of Georgiella. daughter
Of Mr. and Mrs. James Middleton. to
James Granville Pisber, of Washing
ton, D. C, at the family residence on
Bates avenue, was celebrated Wednes
day evening:. The bride was attended
by three maids— Misß Hight, Miss
Krleger and Miss Middleton, assisted
by two flower girls, Gladys and Eloise
Bherln. Miss Foulke, a classmate of the
bride at Welleeley college, was maid
of honor, and the ushers, George A.
Cherin, New York; W. J. Kennedy,
Chicago, and Fred Harbaugh. St. Paul.
Joseph Fisher, of Kingston, Ontario, a
brother of the groom.acted as best man.
Rev. S. W. Dickinson performed the
ceremony in the presence of about
eeventy-flve of the intimate friends of
The grown of the bride was of white
satin, en tfafiffe, arfS finished with
Duchesse l&co: « tulle veil was caught
ytith a pearl pTTT and bride's roses were
carried. A reception, which followed,
svas attended by about SQQ guests. Mr.
and Mrs. Fisher left for Wash
ington, D. C, where they will be at
home after Oct. 1.
Mrs. S. P. Crosby gave a dinner for
veterans Thursday evening. Covers
were laid for the following: Capt. and
Mrs. O. M. Knight, Maj. and Mrs. Kelli
her, Col. and Mrs. Slmonton, Gen. An
drews, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Clark, Mr.
and Mrs. Kingston, Mr. and Mrs.
Kobie, Mr. Wadsworth.
Quietly, without ostentation, and within
the family circle, yesterday afternoon, oc
curred the wedding of Herbert P. Porter and
Miss Georgia Raymond. The ceremony took
place at the home of Rev. Dr. W. B. Mil
lard, of Stryker avenue, in the presence of
the divine's family, Mrs. E. M. Porter, the
mother of the groom, James P. Porter, his
brother, Theodore Bost and William Koch,
his personal friends. Mr. Porter is well
known in St. Paul, having been connected
with the Daily Globe for the past ten
years, the latter half of which time he has
held the trusted position of cashier. He has
many friends In Wabasha, Minn., as well
as in the East, who will be "pleased to learn
of his entrance into the life of a Benedict,
and pained as well to hear of his departure
from the social circle of his less fortunate
friends, who will miss his smiling counte
nance in the future. The bride. Miss Ray
mond, is also well known in St. Paul, and
in the past has been connected with the
Globe as official stenographer. All the
newspaper boys can say Is told in the wish,
"God speed to you, Herbert, in your dual
journey through life." Mr. and Mrs. Porter
left last evening for a short trip to the East.
PERSONAL, AND OTHERWISE.
Mrs. A. M. Kempe entertained her divi
sion of "Flower Girls" Friday afternoon with
a visit to Camp Mason, refreshment after
ward at her home, and despite the Inclement
weather a very enjoyable evening was spent.
Those present were Bertha Rowley, Shirley
Kellier, Grace Hallowell, Emma Warren, Ger-
dren born In the executive mansion at Wash
ington. A short time ago it was rumored that
3he had become engaged to the son of a noted
millionaire who was once very prominent in
politics. Th>s was promptly denied. It is
true, Ijnwgyer, that a request for the young
lady's hand was made a short time ago by
the uncle of a very rich young Chlcagoan
on the part of the nephew. Col. Grant de
crtned the offer, not because he did not think
the match a good one, but because Miss
Grant did not reciprocate the love of the
suitor. Col. Grant is not rich. He has a
good income, however, which he spends lib
erally. Miss Julia is a clever artist.
trude Miller, Elsie Lamprey, Jessie Hallowell,
Minnie Lovering, Sibil Hoyt. Margaret Flat
ery, -May Merenan, Pearl Leonard, Ada
Barnes, Elenor Russell. Myrtle Webb, Kittle
Kennedy. Ilia Kennedy, Genevieve Kempe
and Annie Fercpe.
A pretty home wedding took place Tues
day evening at Mrs Goochs residence. 471
Patridge street, the contracting parties being
M. J. R. Langley, of Fergus Falls, and Mrs.
Daisy M. Giantvally, of this city. The par
lor wars prettily decorated with red, white
and blue, and the couple stood beneath the
star spangled banner. The bride received
many pretty presents. A number of friends
were present, and a very old friend of the
bride performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
Laußiey went to their new house In Fergus
Dr. Z. Giasson, Mrs. Giasson and Miss
Irma Le Vasseur, of Quebec, Can., are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. Le Vasseur, 599
Selby avenue. Mrs. Giasson Is one of the
leading soprano singers of Quebec. She will
be heard tomorrow morning at the offering
of the high mass, at 10 o'clock, in St. Louis
church, Wabasha, corner of Exchange. Mrs.
Giasson Is the sister of T. Le Vasseur, the
Mrs. S. P. Crosby gave a dinner Thurs
day in honor of several veterans. The dec
orations were of national colors and cut
flowers. The guests included Capt. and Mrs.
O. M. Knight, Maj and Mrs. Kelliher. Col.
and Mrs. Simonton, Mr. and Mrs. P. M.
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Kingston, Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Roble, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Crosby and
The members of the Church of the Im
maculate Conception, of Minneapolis, have
made arrangements to end the festivities of
carnival week by a river excursion from
Mlnnehaha Falls to Hastings and return
on Monday. The boat will take on parties
at St. Paul at 10:30 a. m.
Rev. J. F. Leary and Miss M. A. Leary of
Chapman, Kan.: Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah, of
Donovan. Graceville; Jerry Leary, James
Leary. of Willmar. and John F. Conley. of
Marquette. Mich., spent the week with Mr.
and Mrs. P. J. Conley, 223 Pennsylvania ave
Mrs. Marie W. Corning, of Washington,
D. C. and Charles Macgregor, were married
Tuesday at Christ church. Mrs. Gen. Bemey,
of Washington, and J. S. Kennedy attended
the bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. Mac
gregor will be at home after Sept. 10.
Mrs. R. Peel, of 889 Tuecarora street, Is
entertaining her sister, Mre. W. H. Ennes,
of Toledo, O. She entertained through the
encampment Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Moses, of
Kasota, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Goldsmith and
Mrs. Cheadle, of Cleveland, O.
Miss Minnie Cook, of Rochester, is a guest
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John McGuire,
272 Fuller street. Miss Cook was a student
at the university last year, and has received
appointment to the staff of teachers of the
Minneapolis city schools.
Announcement is received of the marriage,
Aug. 8. of Miss Margaret D. Ponte, of
White Pear, and Joseph W. Payette, of St.
Paul, formerly of Minneapolis. Only imme
diate families of both were present.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Roach had as guests
during the week Capt. and Mrs. Healey, of
Dubuque, Io. ; Maj. Gallagher and M. J.
Cheathan Urbanak and Col. and Mrs. Wm.
Manning, of Newton, 10.
Mrs. Charlotte O. Van Clcve was a guest
of honor at the several receptions at the
women's headquarters last week, and was
entertained during the week at tha home of
Gen. and Mrs. Bishop.
Miss Kate Lough rer, who hts been wHh
Mannhelmer Bros, for several years, left
Thursday for Spokane, to take charge of
a large millinery establishment of that city.
Mrs. Van Houter, of 637 Wabasha street,
has returned from her six weers' vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jaquls, of Magnolia
etrttt, are entertaining tneir relaUrcs, Prof.
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and Mrs. C. R. Wheeler, of Blanchard, 10.
and the Misses Malcolm, of Rush City.
Miss Aspinwall has returned from Buffalo
and will b« at home'at St. Catherine* school,
western avenue. She was accompanied by
Mlsg Watrous, of Elinira, N. Y.
T 1 "^ 1 Lord and Mrß - Lord - Miss Harriet
Lord, Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Philips, of James
%?,?,• *L- J," are th ® ««ests of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Reilly, of Dayton avenue.
tt C .^o^* W -, H - Kend »-ick, of the Seventh
United States infantry from Fort Logan, Col.
Is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Stephen C."
Cook, of 792 Fairmount avenue.
__Mlsb Lillian Goodwin and brother, Ben. of
1042 Burr street, returned Monday from Ham
mond Wis., where they have been visiting
for the past two months.
Maj. and Mrs. Epley, of Franklin, Perm.,
and Mrs. Urn. Evans and family, of Ypsi
lanti, Mich., are visiting Mrs. Evans, of
W estminster street.
Banner Rebekah Lodge No. 143, I. O O F
will give a musical and literary entertain-
HaSl g ho n r < S fs rt hair iblt eVeDIn * at
t T» c ma / T T la « c has been announced of Miss
Lillian McLean, a St. Paul girl, to Blair
Howard of Warrensburg, where the cere
mony took place.
Miss Nellie Loughreh, Miss Mary Hehlr,
M .?»C « agee>^ of D "buque, 10., are visiting
street M " J " Henlr - 636 Martin
t,, MrS^ ames T McClure and family have re
turned from Lake Minnetonka, where they
have spent the summer at Hotel St. Louis
Miss Lauia Leveroos has returned from
F,Hn Uta , UqUa ; ? V'Y ' where she haß »een pur
suing her studies with William Sherwood
Mr. and Mrs. Evans T. Richardson and
i"? & of M Detrolt . Mich., are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Mayo, at the Marlborough.
Rev. Thomas J. Laughlln. of New York
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hebl'
of 401 East Eighth street, last week. '
Mrs. Foss and two daughters, of Minne
i?mi« M e m the flrst of tne week with Mrs.
James McClure, of Dayton avenue.
v°°V J ;i. R * Ch *nibertain, of Rochester, N.
r«=. i 8! c , g HS st of Mr - and Mrs - O. L.
Beardslee, of Fairmount avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith, of Chicago, have been
the guests during the week of Mr. and Mrs
Estabrook, 562 St. Peter street.
t M i rs * L t° Lando and daughter, Edith, of
Indianapolis, Ind., are being entertained by
their relative, Mrs. A. Lando.
.» M Al Be f« A i lena Cusson s and Mildred Brook
of Gnatfield, Minn., have been spending the
week with friends in St. Paul.
Fi^hth *.'♦ J - f H t bl and <*ildren. <>' «* East
fc-lghth street, have returned home after a
week's visit at Lake Tetonka.
Master Fred S. Cook, who has been spend-
S%« ISSl SSf < goS fc Buiralo and Niagara Falls -
Mrs. Charles Ward and Miss Ward and
Col. King were the guests of Gen. and Mrs.
Mason last week.
A"' J? S 1 ood / of Columbus, is the guest
of Mrs. M. L. Saunders, of Dayton avenue.
Miss Barry's class at the Aberdeen will
commence Saturday afternoon, Oct. 10
ha E ve 'retu'S £t f &o°n f ka! Olly ™ M
MS'vSsrsssisr. J^s has - her * vest
*Sf\*F' s P ellman was the guest of Prof,
and Miss Carel last week.
a ?ri"n anc \ l Mrs - °,?««» have returned from
a trip to the seashore.
Ne^York!" 411 Whltaker has returned from
Miss Birdena Farwell is In Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones, of Stillwater; Mr. and
r B n rker> Mr - and Mrs - w - Robertson
and J. Cox were guests at the Davidson cot
Mr. and Mrs. Hagerman, Mrs, Richardson,
Mrs. Heisel, Mrs. Gooden and Miss Burling
nam were guests at the Staples cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bandle and Mr. and
tfrs Stores spent a day with Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Reed, of "Oak Dell."
F. Bryant, of Omaha, and J. E. Bunker of
Kason were guests of Mr. and Mrs. William
Dampier. at "Idlewlld."
Mrs. Kepkie and son, who have been camp
ng on the grounds, have returned to their
home in New York.
nn MiS^ G « aC^ , Holmes ' Mis » Gertrude Gates
and Ed Randall visited Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Miss Madge Sevan, who has been occupying
Paul HUI N °' 2 '" haS returned *» S*
Mrs. Greekie and daughter, who have been
at Daisy Dell," have returned to Stillwater.
Mr. and Mrs. Dertemina, of the Portland
spent a day with Mr. and Mrs. Wateroua.
Miss Eva Ward and Miss Mackenhauser
spent a day with Mrs. Ward.
The Mahtomedl people attended the enter
tainment at Wildwood Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hallowell gave a corn
roast Thursday evening.
J. J. Dobson and family have moved to
their home In St. Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. Power, of Minneapolis, were
guests of Mr. Fin ley.
Mrs. Johnston, of lowa, is occupying Fern
Dell for a few weeks.
A. L. Jackson spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Will Sandford.
The Ladles' Sewing circle met with Mrs.
T. M. Tripp Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin were luests of Mr.
and Mrs. Prescott.
Mrs. William Dampier entertained at euchre
C. Northrop was a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
E. M. Hallowell.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller spent Thursday
on the grounds.
S. Preston and Mr. Chapin gave a sailing
James Black and Frank C«x were guests
of F. Jaynes.
The hotel closed Wednesday for the season.
Maj. Baker and family have gone to town.
WHITE BEAR LAKE.
At Lelp's Hotel — John A. Thompson, Miss
Vand, H. J. Kulms, Miss Boyce, Mrs. C. C.
Knomer. Miss Z. Mattison, Miss M. C. Hunt
| of Minneapolis; George Vath. of St. Cloud:
Rose Shannon, Joseph J. Hill, R. O'Brien,
Charles McGregor and wife, of St. Paul; J.
M. Williams and wife, of New Albany. Ind.;
Zoa E. Watman and Mark Jordon, of Plgona.
Io. ; John R. Wilson and wife, of New York;
August A. Wachter and wife. Miss Ida Ruel
kert, C. H. Klrckey and wife, Miss Caroline I
; Otternad and Miss Emllee Otternad are at
j Leip's for the remainder of the season.
At the Williams House— O. H. Hail. W\ B.
! Geery, S. S. Smith, Miss Florence Whittman,
1 Lester E. Gilbert, E. Jordson Bishop, Samuel
j Floyy and wife. J. M. Jaggar, E. H. Miir
i phy, Miss L. L. Pittmanne, C. E. Stone and
wife, G. H. Prince, wife and son, Frances
M. Guild, Mrs. W. P. Guild, of St. Paul; i
! Louis John and family, St. Louis; W. W. j
i Radcliffe x Indianapolis, Ind.; G. P. Murphy,
j Chicago; W. J. Mackay, Mrs. Charles White, '
' Wisconsin; J. M. McCorker, Hoboken, N. J.,
; and Willie B. There, Brooklyn.
The encampment guests of W. Gunlach dur- I
; ing the week were: Mr. Dickens of To- :
pfeka; Col. Schneider, of Lavin, Mich.; Col.
Goebel and son, of Detroit, Mich. : Mr. Bur- j
lage, of Detroit: Col. Shakespeare, command- ;
I er of the department of Mlch'gan and his <
; daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Schrlvember, of St. !
I Paul, and Mrs. E. Borscht, of Stillwater.
Mrs. Brooks and Mrs. Hally and families I
left Leip's Friday for Memphis, Term., ac- |
companied by Mr. Mayer, the brother of Mrs. j
On Wednesay White Bear presented a scene ;
of desolation, as nearly everybody was in
town to attend the G. A. R. parade.
Miss Fiorence Hunt, who has been spending
! the summer at the lake, will return to her ;
! home at Hanover, 111., Monday.
Mrs. I. Bigelow, who has been visiting her !
i sister, Mrs. S. M. Halliday, has returned to
: her home at Stevens Point.
The lake people give their kindest sympathy
' to Mr. and Mrs. A. Roger on acount of the
i death of their little son.
Mrs. F. B. Banning and Mrs. S. C. Stick- ;
hey drove to St. Paul Wednesday and visited
j Mrs. Stickney.
Mrs. Banning, of the island, has been
spending the last three Aafk with friends in
Mrs. L. Mabon and Dr. Brlmha.ll and fam
ily returned to St. Paul for the winter Sat
Miss Pearle Holliday has been spending the
past week with Miss Georgia Johnson in St.
Mrs. L. N. Scott, who has been spending the
past week In St. Paul, has returned to the
Mrs. S. M. Halliday and Mrs. Kanouse
visited Mrs. L. Kilborn in St. Paul last week.
E. R. Klmball, wife and family and Miss I
Kelsea will return to Kansas City next week, j
E. R. Klßiball. of Kansas City, caught a
pickerel Wednesday weighing sixteen pounds.
Little Miss Sophy Murpiy. of Cottage Park,
has beat very ill, but Is improving now.
Mrs. SeiaMr, »f St. Paul, entertained a
number of Island peesl4 ? in Wednesday.
Among those present w«r# /Mrs. Cass Gil
bert and children, Mf. aii» Mrs. Drlscoll,
.Mrs, Douglas and tmillyf Mrs. Newport,
Mrs. Tracy Lyon andtgueita and Mr. and
Mrs. Archie Driscoll. J j >%
Miss Mary Jordan wife rr turn to her home
at Algona, 10., the flrs^of the week.
Herbert Young has beafa the guest of his
brother, Capt. Young, of ijaKe Shore.
Mrs. C. W. Griggs, et MaiiUou Island vis
ited Mrs. Warner last we ; elt*
Miss Frances WhltakSr .will attend normal
school at Winona this year.
Mrs. J. L. Brass has been visiting Mends
in St. Paul the past week.
Miss Lucy Gundlach wIU return to normal
school at Winona Monday.
Mrs. Tarbox, of the island, visited friends
In St. Paul Wednesday.
J. J Ryan, of Algona, 10., is a guest of
the Laks Side hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mabon will return to
St. Paul Monday.
Mrs. Fulton and family will return from
Europe Sept. 10.
Dr. Mattocks, of Faribault, spent a week
at Maple Lodge.
Mr. Jordon and family will return to St.
Mrs. C. V. Evans, of Belleville, 10., is at
The Lakeside hotel will not close until Oct.
1 this year.
The Williams house will close Monday for
Leip's hotel will not close this season until
Mrs. O. A. Jones, of Hamonsville; Mrs.
Hyembaul, of South Dakota; Mrs. Glover, of
Zumbro Falls; Mrs. Deinkater, of Lake City;
Mrs. Finn Taylor, Mrs. Aron Taylor, of
Wells, and Mrs. Shaw, of Wells, are guests
of Mrs. James H. Jones.
Rev. and Mrs. Funk are entertaining Mrs.
C. E. Maxwell, of Waltsfleld, Vt.; Mr. and
Mrs. Crlckman, of Redfleld, Neb.; William
Funk and daughter, of Missouri; Mr. Wentz
and sister, of Dakota.
Auditor and Mrs. Robert Dunn are enter
taining Mr. and Mrs. Kaley, Mr. and Mrs.
R. F. McClelland, Miss Daisy Lorlng, of
Princeton, and Miss Hattie Bray, of Grand
Mrs. Heal is entertaining Mr. and Mrs.
Cornish and Mrs. Bass, of Eau Claire, and
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks, Of Reedsburg, Wis.
Miss Lizzie Smith, of Capitol avenue, is
entertaining Miss Alice Timlin, Miss Grace
Dalton and Miss Lizzie Daly, of Langdon.
Mrs. Arthur Ridgway, of Mankato, and
Mrs. D. S. Wemple, of Fergus Falls, are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Ridgway.
Miss Gertrude Tibblts, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Clark and Mr. Norman, of Montivedeo, are
at the home of Mrs. M. Higglns.
The funeral of Hon. R. $. Evans was held
on Thursday afternoon at the family resi
dence, on Minnehaha street.
Mrs. W. E. Rossman, of .Huron, S. D., and
J. C. Stevens, of Claremont, are at the home
of Mrs. J. B. Rossman.
Mrs. Lindsey has as hen guest Miss Ellen
Wright, of Luverne, and Miss Hattie Dim
mock, of Chicago.
S. W. Sherfey, superintendent of schools in
Dona Ana county, New Mexico, Is the guest
of Mrs. McKaig.
Mr. and Mrs. Bridgman, Mr. and Mrs.
Buck, of Antigo, are at the home of Mrs.
Miss Winnie Lewis, of Appleton, Minn.,
called on her parents the first of the week.
Miss Antis Stebbins Is entertaining her
sister. Miss Marie Stebbins, of Kenyon.
Prof. Arthur G. Matter, of Mankato, called
in Hamline on Thursday and Friday.
Rev. B. F. Kephart, of Long Prairie, will
remove with his family to Hamline.
Rev. S. C. Miller and wife, of Pettysvllle
Ind., are guests of Mn. McKaig.
Mrs. Hall and daughter, of Winona, are at
the home of Mrs. E. N. V. .Crist.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Goodwin, of Madison
Wls., are the guests of? Mrs. Bell.
Miss May Montgomsry, of Cleveland is
visiting Miss Cora^ MontgqsSjeey.
Mrs. S. H. LinSsey? ,ojt 'vjfinneeska, is a
guest of Mrs. F. F. Lindsey.
Pearl Benham, of Red Wing* is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. B. W. Ridgway.
Mr. and Mrs.. Cook, of Medford, are vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Lewis.
Miss Leathe Blbbons, of Delano. Is visit
ing Miss Florence Wells.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwards and family have
returned from Red Wing.
Miss Minnie Wagner, of Faribault, Is the
guest of Miss Nina Crist.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Hazzard and family
are back from St. Croix.
Mr. and Mrs. Chapin, of Owatonna, are
guests of Mrs. Warner.
Mrs. Burns and Mrs. Larsen, of Green Bay
Wls., are at Hamline.
Miss Cora Reed, of Wells, Minn., Is visit
ing Mrs. J. B. Deyen.
Miss Julia Loag, of Philadelphia, la at the
home of Dr. Osborne.
Mrs. E. Higgins Is entertaining Mrs. Oha
pin, of Inver Grove.
Mrs. Kalgher of Philadelphia, Is visiting
rror. K. F. Kaighn.
Mrs. Cleland. of Wisconsin 1 ; *ls visiting her
sister, Mrs. Moody.
Miss Jessie Whitted, of Rochester, is vis
iting Miss Adams.
Miss Hester Clark, of Ortonvllle, Is visit
ing in Hamline.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman^ Ehrans, of Owatonna
are in Hamline.
Mrs. Crawford is entertaining her sister
Mrs. M. L. Clark, of Kenyan, was In Ham
line Monday. I ..
Mrs. P. Larsen, of Lake, is at
Mrs. Grant's. - S-.5*
Mrs. J. R. Britton, «T Brainerd, is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Robertson, of Northfleld, are
in Hamline. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Egelaton, of Wycote, are In
Mrs. Halley is entertaining Mrs. Young, of
Mr. and Mrs. Brunson, of Maple street, are
entertaining relatives from Texas, Mrs. Wolf,
Mrs. Nichols and daughter Maud, and John
Brunson, of Fort Worth, Tex.; Mrs.
Winn and son, Mr. Brunson, of New York,
and .Mrs. Grohe, of Clinton, O.
Mrs. Splndler, of Maple street, has as her
fuests for a few weeks Mr. and Mrs. David
plndler, Marie and Jennie Spindler, of Pax
ton, 111.; Mrs. Fletchon and daughter Verm,
of Lowell. Ind.; Miss Edith Watkins, of
Mrs. Herman has ac her guests for a
few weeks Mesdames M. Newport and A.
Drager, of London, Wig. ; Mr. and Mrs. James
Steret and Miss Middleoff, of Belleville.
Miss Savage, who has been the guest of i
her sister, Mrs. H. A. Schermehorn, ieft for
her home In River Falls last Monday.
Mis. Bert Melvain. who has been visiting
on the bluff the past few weeks, left Tues
day for Dodge Center.
Mrs. Loufman and Mr. and Mrs. Basil, of
Henderson, Minn., are the guests of Mrs.
Mrs. Neff and children, of St. Louis, are !
the guests of Mrs. Sam Brant, of Conway j
Mr. and Mrs. Deebach. of Bates avenue,
are entertaining friends from Winona.
Miss Beasley. of Hudson avenue, left I
Wednesday for her home in Nebraska.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hevener, of Mill
bank, S. D., are visiting cuv.the bluff.
Mr. Bailey, of Winnipeg^ is the guest of !
Mrs. Bailin, on Conway sti-fet.
Miss Beasley, of HydsoSl avenue, left on
Wednesday for Nebrasfau^ 2*
Miss Jessie Wyland • returned Thursday
frmo JLannlng, 10.
Rev. and Mrs GessmraMHiß returned from j
Detroit, Minn. m »
Rsv. and Mrs. Geesnlr*dß« returned from
Charles Miller, of Cedar *iplds, Is visiting
on the bluff.
WEST ST. PAUL.
Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Clif
ford, in East Winifred street, gave & din
ner In honor of their G. A. R. gueets. Among
those present wert: Rev. H. Bronson, Law- j
rence, Minn.; Dr. W. J. Taylor, Pipestone, j
Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clifford. Motley, i
Minn.; David Wright, Madison, Wis., and !
Mr. and Mrs. Capt. Wright.
Mr. and Mrs. Dobie. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. i
Stoner, of Wlnnebago City; H. D. Stoner, of
St. James, Minn.; S. Sargent, of Hampton. 10.,
were gueets of Mr. and Mn. W. B. Stoncr
last week, also Mr. Stoner's mother, Mrs. B.
F. Stoner, of Wlnnebago City, who Is to
spend September here.
Last weak Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ballard, ot
East Winifred street, entertained Mr. and
Mrs. Morse and daughters, of Salem, S. D.,
m that will bear the closest scrutiny. All that is new and desirable is here—and, as fl
V usual at Mannheimer's, it's best qualities and lowest prices. These are in evidence. «
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•T sili***"' 'h cloth stitched Tourist and Bicycle W
s..jmd& %s KM^MS 0 Hats, and the nobby sailor— the \
Sixth and Robert Streets. St. Paul. "}££„«* trimmrf „„„„„, f
" and Hats, English and Russian Tur- \f
& _ bans; also medium sized Hats, espe-
I New Silks—New Velvets, szzrz&z&r • 5
y All were so busy last week attending to the wants of our Notice to the fj
m G. A. R. Encampment visitors that our St. Paul patrons mig-ht Ladies nf St P«iil
\2 not have received the attention they deserved. A H V' • •
SAII our early Fall purchases of new stylish Silks and d Vicinity.
Velvets are now ready for your inspection. Many choice de- . By s P ecial request, the Princess #
signs in High-Class Novelties came late last week and will be ?. He ? M^eSv's 'c^ll^V™ n° f \f
£ shown for the first time Monday. t a?ied M^ l°gg££?S&t *
We quote a few Special Novelties at special prices to open ? tte !l. to be , in our Corset Parlors J
*% the season. for * he week endjQ er Sept. 12. a
1 special fitting room has been pre- m
1/ Moire Antique, at $1.00; value $1.50. pared, and every woman interested I-
P Brocaded Antique, at $1.59; value $2.00. SKK2W ££%SS« <\
Moire Velour, at $1.48: value $2 00. thls celet >rated corset. It is dis- J
0k Txru-4. at • -o -if *• m- .- ~ tmctly understood that ladies will /
White Moire Brilliantme, at $1.50; value $2.00. not be expected to purchase a corset 0
y White Damask Moire, at $1.69; value $2.50. fiff they i? 0 T* desir * to do so after a V
r^ White Brocaded Satins, $1.00; value $1.35. — A
White Brocaded Satins, $1.50; value $2.00. New Wash Goods. y
Vl 36 pieces full Rustle Changeable Taffetas, all the Vicuna cloth, Persian stripes #
y popular combinations, including the swell Navy and CH- and Broche effects, for House | a \-
P Myrtles, at, per yard *..... 59C SSS?'.^ a yard " WC m
i ™ ' A 7^ worthands ° ld f lse - h^ a t 8 Sc. Trolley Plaids,' ScoVc; 'coloring
m 30 pieces Of the choicest designs in Black Gros /m* for School Dresses, worth %r L
•I Grain Silk Brocades, at, per yard fDu 25c a yard. For ISr r
JL Worth 69c and 85c. Monday * vv \^
H 25 pieces of new Roman Stripe Satins, designed ® wa " sd( ? wn f ° r Dres sing Sacques m
V especially for Matinee and Theater Waists; very wide nQ. "pies^Freofh"^..! "," Kr V
and recommended for wear, at, per yard OJb terns, worth 25c a yard, for. I<;w M
y Actually worth $1.25. Just reC eived a new line of Out- fl
m A table full of real nice, stylish Novelty Silks, in 8" Flannels, light and dark n
L worth $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00. will be ready "for you rfl. ol °"' orth 12^ c a yard. QQ A
I Monday morning at 8 o'clock at, per yard .............. DSC Z™°l i' '^^ V
This will be a wonderful opportunity for shrewd and early buyers T f 6 " 111011 Percales— English, Sea £>
i The balance of those wonderful Silk Bargains, in i^fand^Sc a^rT' B"^^8 "^^ Sf C
m Plain Colored Silks, and in Polka Dots and small fig- for .' uv
L ured Warp Printed Faille Francaise, will be found on a On ft I ~ ' H
1 center table Monday and sold at, per yard JJ G Lace Department.
1 Worth fully $1.00. Just rec eived-our fall importa- I*
L A* lAn 0 YorH READY AT 8 O'CLOCK-2,500 yards of gf-«* high-grade Novelties and U
rMII% d IdlUi new, choice color combinations in Checks gSgL c iff^t? b AH n AU " #1
If and Stripe Wash Silks, sold elsewhere at 39c. m^ine^tnJZT^a %»- J
% ■ — — ■ mings and edgings in all widths to JL
« New Fall Dress Goods. iJ£*^m£*%& b^i \
[m _ vests, and the very popular Spanish
The Dress Goods Department was crowded the whole of Bolero Jackets. y
last week with well pleased buyers. Our low prices and good Tinsel Gauzes, Fancy Nets, Em- JL
V quality created most favorable comment. The quantity was a ide T ed ffons uslins ' T
k large, and these are for Monday: Spanned ehc hl ffons and Mushns.
H - Wash Laces at Half-Price. A
,T weed - Sl ! itin ff» in hairline English Curls, rough, shaggy The half-price sale begins Mon- J
stripes, checks and mixtures, all fabrics, very stylish and durable, day. In the lot are Antique Vaten
"l pure wool, in all the autumn in all the new autumn colors, ciennes. Paris Point, Machine Tor- #*
y colors, bpecial, £Jjr 44 inches wide; value Qf c hon and Maltese. \*
a per yard at $1.35- a yard;: ODC —
[7 Novelty Suitings equal in style to Our price Kwif IT*irt«M«iAr<*«»««
the finest goods made. They are in Boucle Suitings, in 2- d»| AA tnucrwedr Jl
fk all the autumn colors, excel- PA tone colorings, 42-inch \\ IS!! Qnprioic JL
J lent value at 75c a yard. $\jQ wide. Special, per yard. . fPI#VV M
y Our Monday price Marage Zibelines, the latest nov- Tomorrow we offer 2 boxes of V
Bourette Novelties, in two elty in the rough, shaggy fabric, Ladies' Ribbed Merino Vests and ft
[• and three-tone colorings, 46 lISQ 44 inches wide, at 85c, $1,00 Pants > handsomely trimmed, PA
inches wide. Per yard av v and $1.25 a yard. covered seams, at, per !)||C V
*k garment vw /
y EXTRA SPECIAL-— French Imperial Serge, all pure One Case of Ladies' Medium \
ft wool, 40 inches wide, in every Fall Shade and Black, AE[ A Weight Union Suits, buttoned \
r well worth 50c a yard, for ftOU acros^ * he che^' /° buttons nr n m
\£ J «P and down the front, I SQ
I Carpets and Rugs. S^^ig ?
U We are now prepared to show our fall offerings of Carpets tra special
|L and Floor Coverings. As Rugs are in great demand, we have Meti'c f>on<ti«t+*«A M +
J given them much attention. Our showing is large and com- %11 U d f*
y plete, embracing all known American makes and most foreign «i 9 = „, o t + - ntler *' ear ; \m
f* as well as perhaps the largest collection of Oriental Rugs in Wooi In6 "Smen tullr 80f A
\£ the West. Our prices are the lowest in the two cities. We Only .'... U7v
f% invite inspection. SI.OO quality Natural Gray
1 . — , Merino, only ggc M
/ _, «. . T • • Tk 75c <l ualit y Buff Color Me- " \ 0
m Fur Department. Lining Department. rin °. °»iy * 48c \
\7 On the Second Floor. Mnil( ,. T -H-JL. Sole a ? ent s for Dr. Jaeger's San- Jft
I New Fur Collarettes, all kinds, SS^/reTch"' Hair Cloth, itary Woolen Underwear. 1
New Fur Capes, all styles, worth 60c a yard, for 33 r r>l n 4i
y are getting here by every express. Rustling Taffeta, the regu- UlOVe Ueparttttettl. P
5 Also Furs— London dyed and lar 25c quality, for J5 C We have just received our first \
Alaska Seal, Otter and Persian — _ _ importation of Perrin's Peerless A
Lamb Jackets — and handsome As- m T .. __ Pinue fjlov^* with *¥t,A -fo.,*^^
trakhan Jackets and Coats. NotlOtt Department. The? Tre the^most popular f^ V
Special Astrakhan Jacket Sale. All-silk Garter Elastic, A str « r et ear - m
wide, all colors, worth 25c a lUC *Z? ye also rree ved a new line \ 0
A Astrakhan Jackets,3o inches long, yard. Special *vV of Fisk, Clark & Flagg's Gloves, in \
| box front, high storm collar, new * Russia Tan. A
V^ sleeve and back, made of good, ' — —
a bright curly Astrakhan skins of Sterling Silver Dept. rur Repairs.
i sterling Silver Salt Spoon., JSSSIiSft "^^ * C
JS&^Sce * 35 -^ -n.^. ll^.^. 13 : "oTr^^Sy^modenn, Seal \
If Monda y s P" ce sterling Silver Mounted eVery piU " 1
A Dressing Combs. Special.each «8r tlc " lan A nobb^ Collarette can be V
Art Deca rttttent. - ai,eacn 8 8C raa de out of your old fur cape, at L
1 An UCparimcni. small cost Moderate C harges,best P
/ On the Third Floor. Mail Orders. workmanship and entire satisfac- \f
P Large shipments of Art Wares No department in this great store tion g»aranteed. i
\f from the celebrated American and gets quicker attention than the out- 7~7\ T 1 ' J
4 foi : e l« n * acto ?l?- y« sh^ K a ««- of-town orders. Goods always ButteriCk-'S Patterns
quislte line of Fancies, suitable for shmnedsamcrfav i n <.t f ,,,r y a JT^ *"»» »»^
V Wedding Presents and card prizes. recSvS X instructions are And Publications. We are agents. P
/ 1 rcccivec September patterns now here? V»
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fuller, of Phlppin, Wls.,
and Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Sproule, of Denison,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hickman and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. MeFarline. of Milwaukee, and
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mumble, of Fargo, N. D.,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Ber
landia, of State street, last week.
Charles Bingham and daughter, of Madison,
S. D., and Charles White and daughter, o£
Faribault, Minn., were guests of Mr. aad Mrs.
H. O. Dampier la«t week.
The Misses Moriarity, of South Robert
street, have aa guests Miss Adeli Moriarity,
of North Dakota, and Mamie and Lelah Law
ler, of Rochester. Minn.
Mrs. Edward Forse, of Duluth, and Mrs.
H. C. Llnsey, of Hamilton, Mont, were
guests last week oi Mrs. Robert Laudcrdale,
of the Clinton.
Miss May Folsom. of St. Crolx Falls, has
returned home, after several weeks' visit
with Miss Gertrude Hanley, of the Clinton.
Mm. Frank Glaego, of TOorthington, Minn.,
and Mies Brandt, of Mankato, are guests of
Mrs. Martin Anderson, of Dunnedin terrace.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Buckingham, of Bu
buque, 10., were last week the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Ryan, of East Isabel street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dobson and family, of
East Winifred street, returned last week
from their summer home at Mahtomedi.
M. D. Carroll, of East Winifred street, has
as guests his brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs.
P. J. Carroll, of Hyde Park. Chicago.
The ex-prisoners of Llbby prison and Mrs.
Young, of Elgin, 111., were among Mayor '
P. B. Doran's G. A. R. guests.
Mr. Lewis and Mrs. Roth, of Illinois, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Williams, of
Oakdale avenue, last week.
Mim Stella Slavln gave ft detiWUfia *****
Tuesday evening for her guest, Miss Hanken
son, of Hankenson, N. D.
Mn,. Fr»d Schrlber to entertaining Mrs.
??? V 2!? n> t o U* fc SMI ". and Mr. and Mrs.
Campbell, of Wlnthrop.
Mr. and Mrs. Moore, of West Winifred
; r t?.'».? re ent e r tainlng Mr. and Mrs. Moore
Mlsb Julia Cullen, of Cherokee avenue, is
£?^ rU Si n * Mlsa Jess 'e Hogan, of Eau
Mi-a. Elliott and daughter, of Fargo N D
are guests of Mrs. D. F. Qalvin, of East Win
The Misses McOinley, of Inver. Grove are
guests of Mlso Mary Hurley, of East Wini
Miss Margaret Carroll, of Bast Winifred
street, is entertaining Miss Bessie Ingham of
Miss Mary McDevltt, of Inver Grove, is the
guest of Mrs. Thomas Meehan, of East Robert
Mn. Sharp and daughter, of Ea«t Wini
fred street, have returned from an Eastern
Mrs. B. J. Noer. of Menomonee, Mich., is
a guest of Mrs. John Dale, of Prescott street.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hawthorne, of East
Congress street, have returned from Duluth.
Ed Aibray, of Newark, X. J., is a guest of
Sam W. Boyd, of East Congress street.
Edward Wilde, of Milwaukee, Is the guest
of F. F. Wilde, of Livingston avenue.
Mm. H. Cunlff, of Rosemount, is a quest
of Mrs. M. Tracey, of George street.
Mrs. W. W. Day has for a guest her uncle,
Mr. Fisher, of Mount Carmel, 111.
Miss Ley, of St. Cloud, U the guest of Miss
Mary 81a veo, of East Isabel street.
Mrs. B. H. Moriarfcy, of Bancroft avenue,
is entertaining her parent*, Mr. and Mr«.
Sheehan, of Austin, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Graves have returned
from a short visit to Chicagor »««o»
Mrs. J. J. Cullen, of West D*los street, lias
returned home from Chicago.
Mtas Jessie Wilde has returned from a
month's visit In Milwaukee.
The Harris Millinery Company, formerly of
26 East Third street, are now prepar*! to
receive their customers at their neiv store No.
60 East Sixth street.
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Another C«mp Fire.
A campflre for the benefit of the music fund
at Macalester college will be glvea at Conovef
hall Tuesday evening. Corporal Tanner will
attend, as -will Gen. Mason, and both will
make speeches. Miss Bryan, of Boston, has
promised to assist on the musical programme
and the Flower Girls' chorus will aing. Prof
Congdon will also render his se¥TV;«s i for th«
occasion, and Mrs. C-rM^a O. Van Cley*