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LOCAL SKWS NOTES.
The liack and cab drivers' union will hold
a tperid meeting at Assembly hall at S
«"<•;. ufc this evening.
Denton J. Snider will lecture at the central
h«gli mhoal Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock
under the auspices of the St. Paul Teachers'
Ttic .Northwestern Mutual Relief associa
tion of Madison. Wis.. was admitted to do
business in Minnesota by Acting Insurance
Cuiiiiiiissioiier Lightbcurn yesterday.
Rasmus Hanson has reported to the police
thai his horse and buggy were stolen Tues
te) evening from the corner of Sixth and
Wacouta streets, where he left the horse tied.
A s.pci ial train left the union depot yester
da\ linuning. bound for East Henderson, with
a trainloud of clergymen, who will help Rev.
Father Jensen, of East Henderson, to cele
l»r-. * i « - his "silver jubilee."
TIIK HI SV WORLD.
1. E. Goas, of Chicago, is at the Windsor.
B. Klce, of Shakopee, is at the Windsor.
<>. M. V.illcr, of Omaha, is at the Metropoli
!.. <;. rkarlton, of Boston, is at the Metro
Jud La Howe, of North Dakota, is at the
E. Reader, of Boston, is stopping at the
P. M. Kingroso. of Aberdeen, S. D., is at
' r. haata*.
I. I. Rail and wife, of Cedar Rapids. 10.,
are at the Ryan.
!■- A. Briant, <jf West Superior, is a guest
L. Wiiitnoy. of New York, is a guest at
Wiilia.u P. March and wife, of Rochester,
are a 1 tlu> .Metropolitan.
Walter l-"itch, a prominent resident of Ash-
Ihihl is stopping at tho Ryan.
!■'. M. ('..^iilan and R. Yrizar, of Mexico,
r -Aist <tihl ;tl the Ryan yesterday.
■ seph Allright and wife, of Watertown,
Pa. are guests at the Metropolitan.
:. R\ Wheeler and A. D. Stephens, of
Crookston, are registered at the Ryan.
n:. BertbttM, who has been in the East for
al weeks, returned to the city yester
Sirs. G. W. La Pointe and Mrs. W. W.
NJeade, i f Menoiniuc?, Wis., are registered
at 'h*> Windsor.
Kx-C.ov. D. M. Hauser. of Montana, was in
■ . yesterday en route home from the
He registered at the Ryan.
J. A. Bnander, of Cbicago, who is stumping
Kit/ in tho Interests of sound money for
Republicans, was at the Windsor yester
Joan A. Levering. Prohibition candidate for
president, was in St. Paul yesterday for a
time a.nd stopped at the Ryan. He met
a number of local Prohibitionists, and last
night went to Ban Claire, where ho delivered
■ hi BS.
C. E. Richardson, city clerk of Duluth, is
at rh<> Windsor. Mr. Richardson says the
residents of his city are elated over the pros
pect of speedy work on the new waterworks
plant Bonds to the amount of $200,000 have
l^nni aoM, and workmen" will start this morn
ing on xk>< new intake pipe that is to extend
out into the lake.
MACLARBH TO COME HERE,
Orm«ir-\ovelii<t Im Hilled for the
Lan Maelaren, autor of "Beside
th>- Bonny Brier Bush," will lecture in
St. Paul next month.
Mr. Jirhn Watson, for that is his pro
name in real life, is a minister of
the guepeL Ho. fills the pulpit of the
largest church in Liverpool and his
ehoreh la ths favorite one for visitors,
and was. before books had made him
famous. That is because Mr. Watson
is an orator. He has been to the big
city of Liverpool for years, what
Beecber was to Brooklyn, what John
Hall is to New York, and what, in a.
leaner way, Dr. Burrell was to Minne
apolis, and Rev. H. G. Smith is to St.
Paul. His first mission in America is
a: lecture in the Yale university Bible
IS IT LJUK&OBl) OR XOTf
(lii<-*ti»n About the- StroUe of the
A star guessing contest is on among
\\ abasha sti-eet sportsmen as to wheth
ejr '>r not the picture of the Yale crew
»» ing shuwn in the electric Amimato
graph is actually the Yale crew or a
snap shot at some understudy eight
that sal for the picture. It happens
that during his passage from the shell
to the club house, the stroke oar is en
gaged in a colloquy with some banter
!mk friends of the crew and only gives
tlu- spectators a single glimpse, and
wlien the crew is rowing toward the
float, the oarsmen's backs of course,
are seen. A straw vote taken yesterday
was to the effect that th« picture was
■>!i the square, particularly as the men
walk to the club house as though they
had been beaten. It is barely possible
that Langford knew the party was be-
Ing taken for kinetosenpic purposes and
purposely cheated the promoters out of
a more than a passing glance at his
ST. PAUL GETS IT.
Pr*«MeMey of the Senior Class at
J. Burt Miner, of St. Paul, is the new
president of the senior class at the "U."
Tfcts nffioo is the most important in the
!"■ ur years' course at the state univer
sity, as the president appoints the class
•lay committee aad all other committees
i"i ihe festivities of commencement
v■■ k. The fraternities were imt or
gTi-nized to support any Greek candl- j
da*e. an.l the fisrht was chiefly between '
tw< factions of the "barbs." Miss Lula
McGregor was elected vice president '<
apd Miss Helen Woodman, secretary.'
John Lind is in demand all over the
Northwest. It is a splendid personal
Compliment to Mr. Lind that he should
be in such demand, but it will be im
■le for him to go outside the sta*e
<tunnp the campaign. Letters have
been received from the state committee
'-t Mi.higan. of North Dakota and the
last appeal comes from Illinois, where
It is evident the Populists and Demo
crats are afraid of the result in spite
of their loud boasts. The appeal from
IHinota Mr. Lind would like to answer
In person, but his time is so taken up
in this state that he cannot respond.
Petition* bearing more thaa two
thousand names have been received
al National Democratic headquarters
and less than one-third of the blanks
ibat were sent out have been returned
At this rate the necessary number or
names wiil be received before the end
of the week and the petitions, together
v ith Hie. names of the National Demo
i rath- electors, will be forwarded to
T h<> secretary of state that the names
may be placed upon the official ballot.
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I Hair Vigor. I
SLATE itfOfl EASILY
KKl't MAi A.\ PRIMARIES, LAST
NIGHT, WENT AS THE MACHINE
FIRST'S LEGISLATIVE FIGHT
SEEMS TO BE THE ONLY ONE THAT
IS NOT SIBSTANTIALLY SET
DEMOCRATS ARE NOT ASLEEP.
Ciold and Silver Faction* May Agree
oil v Nominee for County
Republican primaries to select dele
gates to the legislative and county con
ventions, which meet this morning in
Market hall, were held in the ward
precincts last night from 5:30 to 7:30.
Although there were contests in sev
eral of the wards there was little delay
in reporting the results of the primaries
at the coimty headquarters and before
midnight it was known that the so
called "slate" had won out all over the
city. Independent candidates were
thrown down hard in nearly every in
The legislative convention is called to
meet at 9 o'clock to select ten candi
dates for the lower house, the candi
! dates to be named by the wards. In the
First ward there was a meeting held
after the primaries to agree upon a
candidate. But as there are a baker's
dozen contestants, and as half the dele
gates did not attend the meeting, the
action taken by the meeting will be re
pudiated by the friends of candidates
who were not represented. There is
likely to be a sharp fight over this
nomination before the convention meet 3
In the Second ward W. W. Dunn will
have a majority of the delegates. In the
| Third ward G. A. Dallmore has the
! best of the argument. Henry Johns
' will likely be indorsed in the Fourth
! ward. In the Fifth a multiplicity of can
| didates leads to uncertainty, that will
be decided this morning. E. E. Mc-
Donald accepted the nomination in the
Sixth ward to get out of the way of
other candidates who, like Mr. McDon
ald, were aspirants for the district
bench. T. B. Scott is the choice of the
Seventh ward. Walter Nelson was the
strongest man in the Eighth ward, and
C. H. McGill will probably be named
to represent the Tenth and Eleventh
wards and country precincts. There
are six candidates in the Ninth ward
and each claims to be the favorite.
It was only a question of majority
seme days ago with the nominees for
county officers. It's a safe bet that
Messrs. Elmund and Sullivan will be
rcnominated for treasurer and auditor
j without serious opposition. Sheriff
Chapel went to bed last night feeling
very comfortable over his chances for
a renomination. From all appearances
, he has more than enough to nominate
i on the first ballot. Mabon made a
] better showing than Milham and Chapel
invaded Mabon's own ward and carried
off most of the delegates. Many of the
i Mabon men in the Third ward switched
to Chapel late in the afternoon, as it
was claimed that Mabon was beinp
supported by the A. P. A. element of
From appearances Henry Weber will
not be granted a second term in the
register's office. E. G. Krahmer ap
parently has the best of the voting al
though Jim Bell claims a good following
a* do also Ben Knauft and C. H Han
t son. Krahmer seems to have the pull
I because of his nationality. The Ger
mans want the office and threaten all
sorts of things If they dr> not get it.
Col Samuel Lowenstein, the Bismarck
of the local Republican push, has de
clared that Kraihmer must be the next
rorister of deeds— and that settles all
the rest of the candidates
For county attorney J. W. Pinch has
captured the plum. He was the ma
chine candidate and has been at the
top of the list from the first. Other
! f£- t m £ n Wf : re kindly a »l°wed to think
they had a chance. For probate judge
! of course. Gebhard Willrich will be re
mminated. By precedent he is entitled
e< ?? d *£,""• Dl - Hah " has the
pole for the office of coroner, with Drs
zr&elgt Nelßon ' **> and *ss
It lg likely the convention will re
nrmlnate Judges Kerr and Otis and let
isle fS-^a-sic oandidatM
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Following is a list at the delegates
Gabriel Peter.on; E.evem h'^reeinrt Tk'
Shnrood, Charles Wa11bU,,,., Emanu4Woh£
son. \\ H . L'eeker. J. A. Longway.
F M On p a rTsh r^ Fir^ E2?* Fred Brown.
X V r ° W 7^ CMs yer - E - O.Zimmerman |?
; K*ll*r S! n: K F i? Urth P recln(l *. Charles E
; hf Her. Joseph Burger. Sam Spindler; Fifth
; pre-inct, Rudolph Paul. W. F Stutznian .
Jones: Eighth precinct. John T. Haelund" —
linden; Ninth precinct. W. L. AmS F L.
! Sainpron; Tenth precinct. A. C. Brand- Kl<£
enth precinct, Henry Gill, Adolph Wuiff A
! J HoDan.
! Third Ward-First precinct. Andrew Holm
ioH"'r s^l ( ; T \ ermo « : Secon 1 Precinct, Charl^
BUerlu; Third precinct. Frank Lamb- Fourth
rr^nct, F H. Brandhorst. Charles Wlls™
Vtf'h preHnct. E. O. Krahmer. S. Lowenl
Rtrtn; Sixth precinct. J. C. Reichardt, F A
T*-Iss: Seventh precinct. D. B. Kelly Harry
SfaDSMM, Paul Holm; Eighth precinct X <
£br£ Lamb. 8 " ***' A " *»*«««;
; Fourth Ward-First precinct, Adam Heck,
S S . Hesseigxave; Second precinct, W. F
Bk-kel. E D. LlM>ey, Third precinct. C. E
Chape.; Fourth precinct. H. Galllck; Fifth
preonct. H. Smith, F. C. Schiffnmn: Sixth
FnietlKt. H. Meir. J. Roedler; Seventh pre
cinct. Georse H. Irish, F. M. Catlin W F
v ir 1 Nl - M - Jfonwtonn. M . R. Tyler':
Eighth prec.not, O. E. Donaldson, A. X
Wickwlre; Ninth precinot. J. w. Mason 1
Tenth precimt, Shel Blakely; Eleventh pre
cinct. E. Farr E. J. Horst; Twelfth precinct,
W. J. Horst, P. Godbout.
Fifth Ward— Fourth preolnet, Warren H
Vead, Charles Relchow; Fifth precinct C
B. Parks. John Leah; Sevemh precinct' D
C. Murray, Joseph Menchik; Eighth precinct,'
M. JT. Daly. Vac Picha; Ninth precinct Jos
eph Stransky; Tenth precinct, Albert 'Tom
asek: Eleventh precinct. M. Kleazak
Twelfth precinct, John F. Selb; Thirteenth
precinct, Edward C. Poucher
Sixth Ward— First precinct. William Man
teunel: Second precinct, O. P. Williams Eu
fen% La France; Third precinct, William C
squires, 11. Comonow; Fourth precinct C
F. Leyde: Fifth precfnct. H. K. Marek- Sixth
precinct. George Hofstetter; Seventh precirct
Geerm Pix. C. S. Bchßrm*n; Eighth prcolact
W. Pennmgton. M. K. Williams: Ninth pre
cinct. Charles B. Hebinsrer. H. Franklin W
R. Shaw: Eleventh precinct. George Lorsth-
Twelfth precinct, L. D. Bissell; Thirteenth
precinrt. W. B. Bnurne. P. D. Godfrey
Seventh Ward— First precinct, F. L. Breen
E. K. Hu^hson, E. H. Judson. F. L. Osbxire
H. D. Lang; Second precinct. Edward P. Jud
son. H. T. Drake. Fred S. Bryant, Emerson
Hadlev, \v. T. Kirke. M. D. Flower: Thtrd
preelr-ct. James E. Markham. Hiier H. Hor
ton. Harris Richardson, Herchmer Johnson;
Fourth prec'net. Moses E. C'lapp. J. A. Gregg'
George J. Orant, J. P. Gribben, A. D. S.
JnhPstoTi: Fifth r-reelnct. B. F. Wright W
F. Morttz. A. W. Perry. H. R. Homdick':
Sixth precinct. Ftanfc L. Krayenbuhl, Charles
S. Ens-el breeht, George F. Sabin; Seventh
pracippt. \r. L. Countryman. C. R. Schkcht
H. M. Tussler, George W. Walsh, C. W.
Friday, September 25, isoe.
v»—-:— --^-.^. -r . . ..... ->.. >-~- -w. - - -
-Smith; Eighth pretln'et, George 1.,. Coiburn;
Ninth precinct, O. B. Whitehorne, Ell S.
Eighth Ward— First precinct, B. I>. Till
man, Adolph Mueller. CJatea A. Johnson Jr.;
Second precinct, Allen Swam, Harvey L.
Mills; Third precinct, H. P. Slme, P. D.
Springer, J. D. Moran, O. D. Howard; Fourth
precinct. W. F. Bremer, J. E. Williams, F.
A. I phain; Fifth precinct, F. I). Parker, H.
Yost; Sixth precinct. August Kaldimiki. H.
F. Tankersly, Fred Flanley; Eighth precinct,
R. L. Bonham, William Marquardt, Walter
B. Boyd; Eleventh precinct, Fred Stanley. E.
N. Devine, N. M. Habberetad; Thirteenth
precinct, S. B. Carter, J. Charles McCarthy;
Fifteenth precinct. O. S. Derringer.
Ninth Ward— First precinct, E. C. Camp
bell, W. B. Webster, Edward Feldhauser;
Second precinct, M. O. Nelson, S. S. Crooks;
Third precinct, Tim Keardon, John Larsen;
Fewrth precinct, O. W. Elwell, Theodore
Sander; Fifth precinct. John H. Morilz, Jens
Pederson; Sixth precinct. Henry Hinkens;
Seventh precinct, P. D. Youngman, E. D.
Babcock; Eighth precinct, O. A. Nordquist,
U. W. Chapel; Ninth precinct, F. E. Holm-
Tenth precinct, J. E. J. Kilburg; Elev
p«th precinct, John Hedman. Louis Schauer;
Twelfth precinct, Julius Schneider; Thir
teenth precinct, O. H. Oace, H. T. Vayhinger;
Tenth Ward— First precinct. Thomas Mont
gomery. William Ransom; Second precinct,
C. L. Webber, Christ Bendixen, George H.
Hazzard; Third precinct, D. A. Cudworth, A.
J. Stobbart, Nels Larson.
Eleventh Ward— First precinct, August
Wedmark; Second precinct, F. W. Root, W.
A. Navlor, Ed A. Paradis, J. C. Shandrew,
C. G. Irvine; Third precinct. M. G. Craig. W.
A. Hammond; Fourth precinct, Adam Boh
land; Mounds View, J. C. Austin, Erick Lar
The delegates to the legislative conventions
First Ward— First precinct, Stewart Mc-
Millan, J. W. Finehout; Second precinct, C.
1 L. Schneider, W. H. Meeker; Third precinct,
D. A. W. Pa-ff, F. Lund, C. J. Nelson, Peter
Larsen; Fourth precinct, ; Fifth pre
einot, H. F. f.mith. A. H. Hooper; Sixth
j precinct, Peter J. Ekberg, A. H. Gerber. G.
j Williams, M. Steinruan; Seventh precinci,
! ; Eighth precinct, J. J. Fisher, F. Led
i strand, A. Palmquist, Nicholas Haas; Ninth
| precinct, L. Plrmagan, C. S. Berg, James
; McCollough; Tenth precinct, ; Eleventh
I precinct, ; Twelfth precinct, ;
i Thirteenth precinct, ; Fourteenth pre
cinct, — — ; Fifteenth precinct, — — -.
I Second Ward — First precinct, W. H. Brink,
1 Fred Bonn; Second precinct, J. P. Kelly,
| Samuel Brandt; Third precinct. E. O. Zim-
I merman, Christian Meyer, T. H. Lewis, A.
! E. Peterson; Fourth precinct, ; Fifth
i precinct, Rudolph Paul, Ole Nelson; Sixth
I precinct, Peter Johnson, Charles E. John
j son, Albert Glockner; Seventh precinct, S.
j D. Downs, William Dinsmoore, E. J. Jones,
I William Dinwoodie; Eighth precinct, J. R.
! Hilgf-dick, Edwin Sjoberg; Ninth precinct, C.
'. W. Korr, H. J. C. Mackintosh; Tenth pre
| cinct, ■ — ; Eleventh precinct, Ira E. Eggle
| ston, Charles Hanson. Adolph Wulff.
Third "Ward— First precinct. J. Sink, J. E.
I Angestrom; second precinct. ; third
precinct, Henry Boyce; fourth precinct, E.
J. Flannagan, John Anderson; fifth precinct,
! Nels Sandell. F. J. Carpenter; sixth precinct,
i ; seventh precinct, D. B. Kelly, H.
Simons, Paul Holm; eighth precinct, E.
Green, L. O. Wilson, W. Reaney.
Fourth Ward — First precinct, ; sec- :
ond precinct, ; third precinct, ;
fourth precinct, ; fifth precinct, ;
sixth precinct. ; seventh precinct,
Oeorge 11. Irish, F. M. Catlin, W. F. Dick
inson, W. H. Yardley; eighth precinct, ;
ninth precinct, ; tenth precinct, ;
eleventh precinct, R. Fair; Henry Henzel;
twelfth precinct, Peter Schomath, D. F.
Fifth Ward — First precinct, ; second
precinct, ; third precinct, ; fourth
precinct, Joseph Fairchild, A. Spangenberg;
fifth precinct, ; sixth precinct, S. J.
Picha, James Kluzak; seventh precinct,
George M. McGleary, H. W. Busse; eighth
precinct, Frank Shimon, Edward Stallman;
ninth precinct, John Kerchera; tenth precinct,
E. P. Wade: eleventh precinct, M.KluJak;
twelfth precinct, Albert Mashek thirteenth
precinct, A. B. Korba; fourteenth precinct.
Sixth Ward— First precinct, William Mant
eufel; second precinct, Charles Zalke, Jo- |
seph Roupf; third precinct, K. Oxman, Wil- j
Ham R. Johnson; fourth precinct, Jerome j
Marowsky; fifth precinct, W. P. Fontaine; j
sixth precinct, George Schauble; seventh ;
precinct. M. L. InUre, V. J. Hawkins; j
eighth precinct. W. B. Stonner, Charles Gei- I
sel; ninth precinct, M. J. Foley, C. F. Hans
dorf, P. J. Blgue; tenth precinct, ;
eleventh precinct George B. Tallman;
twelfth precinct, Charles Hoffman; thirteenth !
precinct, George F. Clifford, L. C. Daymune; j
Seventh Ward— First precinct, H. W. Bowe, i
J. P. Morrow. A. F. Goodrich, F. W. Demp
sey, E. H. Ozmun; second precinct, J. Le !
Baines, C. S. Bunker, N. A. Frost, G. White, !
M. Auerbach. J. H. Weed; third precinct. E. |
G. Rogers, J. C. Stout, F. F. Loomis; fourth
precinct. Charles Leonard, V.*. H. Faraham, :
A. R. Moore, M. L. Bald, W. H. Angell; fifth
precinct, W. P. Snow, C. A. Barnes. W. J. !
Sleppy, IJ. Kohlman; sixtli precinct. S. P.
Spates, J. E. Glenville, W. A. Rudd; seventh
precinct, C. W. Smith, H. M. Tussler. \V. H.
Burns, J. W. Lane, W. L Chapin; eighth !
precinct, Utley B. Curtis; ninth precinct, i
Carl Taylor. ('. E. Hamilton.
Eighth Ward— First precinct, E. Schaeler, '
H. Thompson, H. Schroeder; Second pre
cinct, George Hunton; John E. McCarron;
Third precinct. E. K. Clyiner, C. Dufault,
G. J. Charleston, John Berrisford; Fourth
precinct, T. B. Warner, Jacob Schultz, M.
Easdale; Fifth precinct, H. Yost, D. J. Har
rington; Sixth precinct. George H. Heather
lngton, Charles F. Pusch, David Ramaley,
Jr.; Eighth precinct, R. L. Bernnam, Wil
liam Marnuardt, B. Boyd; Ninth precinct,
; Tenth precinct, ; Eleventh pre- !
cinct, John Moak, George J. Reim, Martin j
Lee; Twelfth precinct, ; Thirteenth pre
cinct, W. H. Parker, Michael Bogg; Four
teenth precinct, ; Fifteenth pncincl, O.
S. Derringer J. Fecky.
Ninth Ward — First precinct. E. Feldhauser,
Charles Wanzer, E. J. Bobletter; Second pre
cinct, W. Bjornstadt, R. J. Miller; Third I
precinct, J. J. Redding, Charles O. Johnson;
Fourth precfnct, -; Fifth precinct. W. H. i
Kuhlmann. Charles O. Gill; Sixth precinct,
; Seventh precinct, E. D. Babcock, J.
C. Fisher; Eighth precinct, E. Snodgrass, O.
Brekke; Ninth precinct, C. S. Benson; Tenth
precinct, R. McElroy; Eleventh precinct,
Thomas S. Bemis, O. Tharmquist; Twelfth
precinct, ; Thirteenth precinct, P. R.
Jacobson, A. A. Rolf.
Tenth Ward— First precinct, Charles N. I
Ackers. Walter S. Reed: Second precinct. F. |
A. Ackerman. F. Lundstrom, F. L. Buck; j
Third precinct, C. M. Cannon, E. J. Whit
man, J. F. Wilson; Fourth precinct, .
Eleventh Ward— First precinct, John Fos
ter; Second precinct, C. A. Magunson, B.
Jacobson, D. L. Danforth, T. Bowman, F.
A. Bedell; Third precinct, M. G. Craig, W.
A. Hammond; Fourth precinct. Carl Koenig;
Mounds View, J. C. Austin, Erick Larson.
* * *
The last meeting of the county Dem
ocratic committee before the county
convention was held last night in the
Globe building. There was a large
attendance" and there was more than
ttu- usual manifestation of enthusiasm
and confidence in the reports of com
mittees engaged in ward and precenct
Chairman Rosing, of the state central
committee, was present and addressed
the county workers, urgiug them to
diligent and renewed effort for the na
tional and state tickets as well as the
county candidates. T. D. O'Brien also
made a short speech and urged the
members of the committee to work in
harmony and select the strongest and
test men that had been named for he
offices. With a strong ticket he felt
confident victory would perch on the
banners of the county Democracy in
A committee on ward organization
was appointed to select the names of
at least three members from each pre
cinct, such names to be presented to
the chairman of the convention for his
his approval, such persons to assist
the ward committeemen in the work of j
the campaign after the nominations !
It was announced that the primaries
will be held Monday night and ward j
committeemen were instructed to see to i
it that the names of the delegates
chosen, as well as their credentials, be
sent at once to the rooms of the com- I
mittee on the third floor of the Globe
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Fourth ward Democrats will listen to
speeches by prominent orators this
evening at a meeting to l*e h Mi in ihe
rooms of the county commi^t*>e on ihe
third floor of the Globe buildin?. Ward
organization will be effected at ihe
One Fare for Round Trip
plus $2.00 from Eastern
Terminals of Great North
ern Railway to points in
Northern Minnesota and
the Dakotas. Tickets and
full information at—
199 East 3d St., j 300 N'coilet A»e.,
BT. PAUL, MINXEAPOUS,
axd UNION DEPOTS.
meeting and a large attendance is de
* .* •
Fifth ward Democrats held a rotwihs
meeting in the hall at 540 West Sev
enth street last night. So great was
the crowd that a larger hall had to be
secured to accommodate all who wished
to participle 1m the meeting. Speech* s
were made "by >r. D. O'Brien, John H,
Ives, W. P. Joy and Benn Davis.
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The apparent unwillingness of the
silver Democrats to affiliate with the
sound money Democrats in the matter
of county offices may lead to the partial
defeat of the silver Democratic ticket.
The national wing of the party has
about determined to name at least one
candidate for office and it is probable
that they .will conclude to nominate
a county attorney, if this should be
done, there will be sufficient Democratic
votes diverted from the Demo-Pop can
didate to insure the election of the Re
publican candidate. When some of the
silver leaders learned of this intention
on the part of the National Democrats
last evening, they began to consider
the proposition made by the sound
money Democrats a few days ago. It
is now likely that before this conven
tion meets next Tuesday, the sliver
Democrats will make overtures to the
sound money Democrats and if possible,
compromise by offering some other office
than that of county attorney. It is
possible, also, that the sound money
imn will accept such an offer. Such
a compromise would result in certain
election for the candidate selected as
well as add great strength to the en
tire Democratic ticket.
Speaking of this possible recognition
or the sound money wing of the party
yesterday, D. w. Lawler said: "The
nomination of a sound money candi
eon the silv er fusion ticket would
add great strength to the entire ticket
It is possible for the Democrats to
harmonize sufficiently to work for the
county ticket, and if it is to be saved
at all, some such action must be taken "
It is probable that the National
Democrats will perfect county organiz
i ations and name at least one candi
date by petition. The committee of
nfty, appointed some weeks ago at a
mass meeting of sound money Demo
crats, met in the rooms of the sound
I £'™ey club in the Germania Life
building last night and organized by
electing Dr. C. W. Williams chairman,
and Louis Betz secretary. The chair
man was instructed to appoint an ex
ecutive committee of eight and the
meeting adjourru d to meet next Monday
night in the same rooms.
The necessity of preserving the party
organization in the county was fully
discussed before the adjournment It
was urged £hat if candidates, or only
one candidate, be nominated by petit
ion this fall at the next election the
National Democrats of Ramsey county
would haye -standing, and be entitled to
recognition by the election officials It
was urged that there was no hope of
making a successful canvass for the
candidate of the party this year, that
the candidate must regard himself in
the light of, a sacrifice for the future
of the party. The argument met with
the approval of all present and the mat
ter will be ; more fully discussed and
£ c^ rm r ine ? u P° na t the meeting to be
held Monday night.
If a candidate should be named, petit
iens will be prepared with the secretary
of state not latex, than Oct. 13, in order
to have a p|ace on the official ballot.
• * *
! 1 , 11 , be snowe <3 under out of
sight by the ballots of the sound money
| men," said Henry Keller, of SaulTcen
I tei , who was in the city and a caller at
| sound money headquarters yesterday
Aside from his financial views Towne
is regarded as a traitor by Democrats
I as well as Republicans in the Sixth
| district. The Republican party made
i nim what he is and his action in bolt
■ nig the party at St. Louis is regarded
as the rankest kind of treachery I
have never seen political sentimenc
grow as that for sound money has
grown in the Sixth district. Ml the
people needed was to understand' the
question and they came out all right."
* • •
''Fill more cou-nty is all right and
v* .ill roll up tjie usual big majority for
the Republjt-an ticket from top to bot
tom," said J. C. Mills, auditor of Fill
more yesterday. "We have free silver
agitators in our midst to be sure but
they are not making any converts and
the Republicans are gaining new votes
• • •
The Populists state central commit
tee has arranged for Senator Allen of
Nebraska, to speak in St. Paul in the
afternoon and a<t Minneapolis in the
evening of Oct. 3. The St. Prful meet
ing will be held in Market hall.
• » •
L. A. Rosing, chairman of the Demo
cratic state central committee, return
ed yesterday from a trip to Chicago
where he had a conference with Sen
ator Jones, chairman of the National
committee, and the heads of other de
partments at the , Democratic campaign
headquarters. Mr. Rosing says that
the utmost confidence in the election
of Bryan was- expressed by all with
whom he had conversation. Especially
are the Democrats certain of carrying
Illinois for free -silver. Minnesota is
regarded as .certain for Bryan by Sen
ator Jones and his colleagues of the
committee. , ,
In addition to, securing a large
amount of literature, especially the
speech of ArchMsTaop Walsh and some
free silver gb?p& in the German lan
guage. Mr. IJopiug made arrangements
for some speakers of national prom
inence to visit Minnesota during the
coming morifh. 'Among them will be
Mr. Bryan, '\ Senator Teller. Senator
Daniels, Senator >llen, ex-Gov. Boies,
Hugo Groesser, Oscar Reuter and
others. The dates for the=e speakers
will be announced at an early day.
* ♦ *
"I never pose as a prophet nor in
dulge in prophecies without good rea
son," faid John Lind yesterday, when
asked what he had to say in reply to
the strictures made by F. G. Corser on
Lind's remarks on free" coinage in the
Fifty-first congress. Mr. Corser in a
letter to the Globe, printed in yes
terday's issue, said, among other things
After expressing a preference for the bill
mentioned to a free coinage measure, also
proposed at the time, as more likely to let
us down easy, M"r. Lind said: That this bill
will raise the price of silver to par. at the
old ratio, Is to my mind a matter of cer
tainty, r predict that it will take place with
in two years after its passage."
Will you kindly give yuur readers the price
of silver per ounce when this bill was under
discussion, and again two years after its '
passage, and Us price at "par, at the old
In answer to this Mr. Lind said that
when he made the statement to which
Mr. Corser refers he spoke to the house
Mil, which proposed for free coinage <ri
silver as soon as the metals reached
a parity. "And the metals would have
reached a parity yithin a month after
the passage. of the bill if it had be
come a law," said Mr. Lind. "Mr.
Corser assumes that T used the lan
guage with Reference to the Sherman
act. which wa.^ r«6t the fact. I never
spoke on the* §horman act and voted
for it with o the.. gTea test reluctance.
But even under that act, which had
no free coinage Provision, and only
provided for limited coinage of sil
ver, the price of silver rose to $1.23 per
ounce, or wilhln;-six cents of par. If
the provision, whfdh was in the bill as
It passed the;' hpi|jse. providing for free
ccinage had : -,"been retained, we would ,
have bad free coinage long before the
expiration of the^period which I esti
mated and we would have had no sil
ver question today."
From which' it may be assumed that
whether Mr. Lird was risTit in his
opinion or not "it is evident that hfs
judgement of the question cannot how
be assailed because the facts tfhat he
basfd his opinion on never came into
• • •
Members of the Tou«ng Men's Sound
Money league will meet tonierht in the
rooms of the sdund money emb to elect
officers. Later the club wil! proceed
in a bodj- to the Union "Veteran's meet-
Ing at the Auditorium, where seats
i have been reserved for them.
FIVE ClWlt HEROES
WHO HAVB WON SCARS INT
WAR TAKE TO THK
BIG AUDITORIUM MEETING
WILL BE AODRRSSKIK BY GENS.
AX.GBR, ritTTTi. SKiKi, AND
WHIMS CORPORAL TANNER
Will FlnlHh Up the Alignment of
a Non-Partlzan Sound Molney
The meeting to be held at the Audi
torium this evening- will be entirely
non-partisan in character. Gen. Alger
and party will be guests of every citi
zen of St. Paul who is a friend of
sound money, and the meeting will be
conducted entirely in the interests of
| sound money. In the party are Gen
erals Alger, Howard, Sigel and Sickles
and Corporal Tanner. Two of these
I gentlemen are Democrats, and the fact
j that they are traveling about the coun
| try with such a staunch Republican as
; Gen. Alger shows that partisanship
j does not enter into their campaign.
The party will receive a royal wel
come in St. Paul. Old soldiers will par
ticipate in the reception, as was agreed
upon at a meeting held Wednesday
night. A committee of veterans will
| assemble at the union depot tonight
promptly at 6 o'clock to assist in re
ceiving the visitors. In addition to
the following every old soldier in the
city is invited to be present at the
| depot and fall in as escort:
j Mayor F. B. Doran, H. A. Castle, S. Lee
Davis, Capt. I. L. Mahan, Capt. J. J. Mc-
Cardy, E. S. Chittenden, J. p. Larkin, cUcrgo
K. Lewis, M. K. Williams, J. B. Chan-;y Dr
C. G. Higbee, R. H. L. Jewett, David krits
R-, H ;,. Cregol B - F - Irvine, F. H. Dayton.
I Col. Albert Seheffer, Gen. E. C. Mason J,;hn
M.. Thayer, John Espy, W. H. Hoyt C E
Chapel, M. D. Flower, Gov. A. R. McGill
Capt. W. H. Harries, R. C. Jefferson, Gen.
R. M. Newport, Joseph Lockey, A. Kalinin,
\V. B. Summers, Maj. G. Q. White anil'Uen.
J. W. Bishop.
All Sons of Veterans are requested to
report to Dr. Mahan and assist in seat
i ing the large audience that it is ex
| pected will be present. There will be
I no display of uniforms as the gathering
j is a citizens event, although under the
auspices of former soldiers of the
A large delegation of prominent Re
publicans went to Duluth yesterday
afternoon for the purpose of meeting
the party. Among those who went
were ex-Gov. Merriam, Mayor Doran,
Capt. J. J. McCardy, Capt. Castle, Con
gressman Fletcher, of Minneapolis, ex-
Gov. Hubbard, national committe?mau
from Minnesota, Secretary Johnson, of
; the state central cofnmittee and others.
They met the Alger party and par
ticipated in the meeting at that city
last night and return to St. Paul witfc
the visitors today.
The party will reach St. Paul at 6:30
I tonight and will be escorted to the
: Ryan hotel for dinner. At 7:45 the old
i soldiers and marching clubs forming
i the escort will form on the Sixth street
; side of the hotel and march to the
! Auditorium. On account of the large
i number who are to speak there will
i be no big parade before the meeting,
■ but the clubs will meet at the places
designated by Dr. Mahan, chief mat
| s'hal of the occasion, and the places of
i rendezvous for the various ward clubs
' and the assistant marshals as follows:
Arlington Hills, corner Payne avenue and
| Cook street, Magnus Norman; 712 East Sev-
I enth street, W. F. Stutzman; East Seventh
! and Wacouta streets, E. G. Krahmer: corner
j St. Peter and Seventh streets. E. D. Libbey;
West Seventh street and Smith avenue, G.
Warren; Martin's block, South Wabasha
street, P. D. Godfrey; engine house, corner
Selby avenue and Mackubin street, Harry T.
Drake; corner University and Farrington av
enues, W. R. Johnson; Horman's hall, corner
University avenue and Rice street, Dr. J. C.
i Nelson; Masonic hall, Hamline, H. E. W.
Schutte; Brainard's hall. Prior and St. An
thony avenues, W. B. Brewster.
Following is the list of vice presidents for
the meeting this evening.
Michael Doran, D. A. Monfort, D. W. Law
ler, H. P. Upham, C. P. Noyes Geo. W.
Freeman, Thomas Wilson. J. O. Pyle, J. W.
Lusk, J. W. Chamberlain, R. A. Kirk, Rich
ards Gordon, Geo. R. Finch, Judge Flandrau,
J. J. Hill, P. H. Kelly, O. B Lewis, M. D.
Munn, Geo. F. Dix, F. W. M. Cuxheon, 13.
A. Young, Col. M. V. Sheridan, W. JJ. Dean,
C A. Severance, Dr. Charles Wheaton,
Greenleaf Clark, James Kin?, Thos. Sraee.
A. H. Rogers, J. J. Watson, P. B. K'illogg.
Dr. J. F. Fulton, Stanford Newel, Or. Er
nest Schrader, Crawford Livingston, 1. A.
Smith. Wm. Hamm, Geo. ilenz, '""red Ing^r
soll. Homer C. EUer, C. W. Hackctt, James
Morrow, Fred Zollman, Gebhird »ohri. Jared
Howe, L. G. Powers, Terrenoe Kenney. Wm.
Dawson, Harris Richardson, Thoo Srhur
meier, L. D. Wilkes, Gustave Schotlo. W. C.
Reade, J. J. Parker, A. Dahlgr.?n, "red Dris
coll, Judge Otis. Thos. Premlergast, M. F.
Kain. Tarns Bixby, A. H. Lindeke, M. E.
Clapp. Pat Scanlan, D. F. Peebles, Alexan
der Adams, J. A. Wheelock, Alui ltams<i/,
A. R. Kiefer, T. D. Sheehan. A. E. Boy
sen. Dr. C. E. Bean. J. J. MeCatfery, E. S.
Warner. E. G. Rogers, Kenneth Clarke, Jo
seph MoKibbin, J. E. Markham, W. K. .\lor
riam, Edward Vanish, John Copeland, Luthtr
Newport, O. H. Arosin, Charming Seabuiy,
Geo. C. Squires, Col. Tim Sheehn. Morton
Barrows, M. M. Thygeson, DeWUt Cochr-jne,
R. B. C. Bement, Thos. Foley, Harry Frank
lin, Gebhard Willrich. Otto Kueffner.
Seats will be provided for the vice presi
dents on the platform.
Edward J. Phelps, minister to Eng
land in the first Cleveland administra
t;on, is in the city and a guest at the
Ryan. Mr. Phelps is not in politics and
tr-ough not averse to expressing an
opinion on the situation, would not be
Interviewed at length.
Of the situation in the East he has no
doubt that McKinley will carry every
'state. "In Vermont the big vote for
McKinley was as much due to a fear
of Bryan and his doctrines as to Mc-
Kinley'a popularity," he said. "The
same was true in Maine. Yet the re
sult would have been the seme if any
other candidate than Bryan had been
running on the same platform. It is
the platform that the people of the
East •will not countenance. You will
find that the people of New York and
of Pennsylvania will express their dis
sent to the Chicago platform in the
same unmistakable terms. Of the situ
ation in the West I know less, yet from
what I have heard I do not believe Bry
an will carry the states that his man
agers now claim. I think the state
ment that he will carry Illinois is fal
lacious, and, from what I can hear in
this state, it does not seem that the
Democrats have the right to place Min
nesota even in the doubtful column.
"The financial situation in the East
is better than it was some weeks ago.
There is reason to believe that the free
silver idea will not find lodgment in the
minds o? our legislators elect and that
fact once known business will resume
its wonted vigor. Foreign confidence
is being restored, as evidenced by the
free shipment? of gold Westward. If
England and France had any idea that
free silver would carry in the No
vember election that gold would not be
shipped to the West.
"It seems to me that the nomination
of the National Democratic ticket was
a wise move. It will materially weak
en the Democrats who appeal for votes
for Bryan and will preserve the party
name and traditions. The democratic
party will not die with defeat this fall,
by any means. Two years hence the
leaders who today are apathetic will
be found once more in the field, and
working as ever for the masses, pro
tecting the name and principle of the
only genuine people's party."
* • •
The. Populist state central committee
has arranged for Senator Allen, of Ne
braska, to speak in St. Paul In the af
ternoon, and in Minneapolis in the even-
There is no greater grief
to the man who would be
well dressed than to find
that his trousers have begun to bag at the
knees. No one has yet discovered any
way to prevent this catastrophe, but it can
be avoided by having several pairs of extra
trousers and keeping • them well pressed
when not in use. No part of a man's ward
robe is so important to his fine, appearance
as well-pressed and well-shaped trousers.
Ours are of that sort, and we have a varied
and attractive supply of them at mid
summer prices, if you buy now.
BROWNING, KING & CO.
Seventh and Robert Streets.
ing of Oct. 3. The St. Paul meeting
will be held in Market hall, and that in
Minneapolis at the Exposition building.
* • *
The Populist state central committee
intends to send a speaker to Willmar
on the 30th to challenge Congressman
McCleary to a debate.
EPISCOPAL DEACOXESS' HOME.
It Is Opened With a Happy Recep
The Deaconess home on Fuller street
was formally opened yesterday. In
the morning- the home was dedicated
by Bishop Gilbert, and holy commun
ion was celebrated. There was a
large attendance upon the services.
In the afternoon there was a large
reception which held till ten o'clock
in the evening. The new home was
once the old West residence and was
situated on Summit avenue, from
where it was moved to its present lo
cation by those interested in the work.
It is a building well fitted for the pres
ent needs of the institution. On the
ground floor at the left of the hall
way, as one enters, Is the reception
and lecture room. At the right of the
hall is the sitting room and opening
from the rear the dining room. Still
farther back is the large and well ap
pointed kitchen with neat pantry
opening off. The rooms above are
neatly furnished and are neat and
high. The bath at the rear of the up
stairs Is large and well fitted with
modern plumbing. The rooms yester
day were prettily arranged with flow
ers and autumn leaves, and the re
ceiving committee stood in the re
ception room, which was brightly
lighted with prettily shaded lamps In
the dining room the table was laid
with snowy linen and bore a hand- I
some center piece of La Prance roses.
From it was served tea and coffee and
waff era. The women presiding were
Mesdames Hale, Edwards, and Strong'
Receiving the guests were the mem
bers of the faculty, Rt. Rev. Bishop
Gilbert, Rev. D. W. Rhodes, Rev F
T. Webb, Rev. H. P. Nichols, Rev. a'
T. Gesner, Rev. Charles Holmes, Rev
J. J. Faude. Rev. C. E. Haupt and the
board of directors as follows:
Mesdames Thomas Irvine Daniel
Davies, H. Baxter, W. E. Steele, C. G
Edwards, W. R. Ladd, W. J. Sleppv'
M. E. Hale, R. B. Thurston, H. c!
Sachse, F. L. Chapman, George Chris
tian, H. P. Barlow, C. H. Whipple, C
E. Haupt, F. C. Gerhard, Joseph
Stronge, Miss J. A. Pise.
Miss Margaret Borland will be in
stalled as deaconess or house matron
next month by Bishop Gilbert. She is
a bright young woman, deeply inter
ested in the work, and has recently re
turned from a course of study in the
training school of Philadelphia Her
assistants will be Miss Peabody and
These young women will visit in the
parish and will conduct a free kinder
garten, an industrial school and a
kitchen garden. They receive no sal
ary for their work, with the exception
of a monthly fee of $10 and their board
To Rev. C. E. Haupt is due the
credit of the founding of the institu
tion, he having suggested the idea to
the bishop over five years ago and
pushed the matter forward ever since.
The marriage of Miss Lillian Munson
and Edward E. Lundgren took place
last evening at the bride's home on
Cherokee avenue. The Rev. M. L P
Hill officiated. The bride wore a gown
of white Filk and was attended by
her sister Miss. Tina Munson and her
niece Miss Esther Munson. The best
man was M. Beckman. The wedding
march was played by Miss Myrtle
Waite, and Robert Geddis rendered
vocal selections. The house was hand
somely decorated with wild flowers
and autumn leaves. Mr. and Mrs
Lundgren leave on the 8:50 train this
morning for Duluth for a short wed
ding trip. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Hale, Mr. and Km
« l^ st ? o , m ' of Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs
McGuckln. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hawthorn
mother and sister; Mr. and Mrs. Peabodv
Mr. and Mrs. Beulke; Misses Geddis, Grace
and Amy Munson, Emma Ofelt. Asp and
Claus; Messrs. Frank Stiepard, Engle and
others to the number of forty.
The home of Mrs. F. B. Doran, 201 East
Congress street, was the scene of a very en
joyable meeting yesterday afternoon from 3
to 6, in honor of Mrs. R. M. Newport. Forty
invitations had been issued to the ladies of
the various committees who assisted Mrs.
Doran In the preparations made by the Sixth
ward for the thirtieth national G. A. R. en
campment. All were present and rea'ly wi*h
reports of excellent work accomplished by the
many committees. A general report was
also made by the secretary, Mrs. J. C. Bry
ant. Promptly at 4:30 the ladies were usher
ed Into the dining room, prettily decorat-id
with flowers, where a luncheon waa served
Mrs. Newport occupying the seat of honor.
The ladies who assisted in serving were Mes
dames C. H. Butler. Henry Martin, G. A.
Doran and W. G. Doran. Those present
were Mesdanies C. S. Schurmeier, David
Kribs, V. J. Hawkins, F. C. Johnson, A. M.
Bartlett. George F. Dire. G. H. Watson, O.
B. Lewis, D. F. George, W. A. Doran, W. M.
Devore, M. K. Williams, C. H. Butler, Ewfng
Sharpe, D. W. White, George B. Tallman. C.
L. Coleman, Walter Bourne, Johnstone, Mil-
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ler, J. C. Bryant. The event was alto^Hher
a very happy one, and the ladies of the West
side were gratified to become better ac
quainted with Mrs. Newport.
Mrs. J. D. Wood entertained at dinner last
evening at her home on Western avenue.
The retail clerks gave a pleasant entertain
ment last evening in Assembly hall, the
prettiest feature of which was the posing
and singing of little Vera Frayer, who is an
artist in her way, and won hosts of friends
by her graceful movemeiuc and her sweet
voice. The remainder of the programme was
given by Harry Dellefleld, pianist; Mrs. W.
H. Atwater, soprano; Mrs. E. M. Hall, pian
ist; Miss May Griffith, vocalist; Louis Nash
vocalist, and Miss Frayer, pianist. After the
programme there was dancing, during which
refreshments were served. These socials
will be given every month during the season,
and promise to be exceedingly pleasant af
Mrs. E. M. Prouty gave a progressive
euchre party yesterday afternoon for her
sister. Mrs. Palmer, of Denver, Col. Assist
i?*™. 1 " 8 * /t oaty were Mits I'lSge" and Miss
Metrill, of St. Anthony Park. The guests in
cluded Mrs. Cutts, Mrs. Carglll, Mrs. Ray
Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Ga.es, Mrs. Alloway of
Minneapolis; Mrs. Stokes, Grand Forks; Miss
Wilson, of Alabama; Mrs. Liggett, Mrs.
Brooks, Mrs. McConnel, Mrs. Follette Mrs
Matterscn, Mrs. Dickerman, Mrs. Edwards"
Mrs Rhodes, Mrs. Gardner, Mrs. Norton'
Mrs. Gregg, Mrs. Gotzian, Mrs. Burch Mrs!
Fernald. Miss Wilson, Mrs. Cooley, Mrs.
Shaw, Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Stringer, Mrs.
Darling and Mrs. Smith.
Division No. 4. Daughters of Erin, will
ho d their second annual ball in Liedertafel
hall this evening.
There will be a mothers' meeting under
the auspices of Uie Primary Sunday School
Teachers' union today at 3 p. m. in the
House of Hope parlors. All mothers and
workers with young children are cordially
invited. The programme is:
Scripture reading Mrs. L. J. Lee
Review of quarter's lessons by twelve teach
ers of the quarter.
"At What Age Should Children Be Taught
Obedience?" Mrs. J. S. Berlingett.
Solo-"Gcd, Our Father in Heaven"—
t~ • «<« «_ Mißß Muriel' Newton
Topic— How Can Busy Mothers Find Time
to Talk, Play and Pray With Their Chil
dren?" Mrs. J. Forest.
Solo- 'The Christ Child" Coombs
Mrs. S. W. Hallowell.
The Schubert club executive board and
programme committee held a meeting la
Conover hall yesterday morning, and dls
'jusfed Plans for the coming season. It was
decided to hold the annual reception Oct
7, instead of 9, as planned. The committee
for receiving will be appointed at a meeting
to be held next Monday in Conover hall.
Miss MacMillan, of Summit avenue enter
tains this evening for Miss Mllligan, of Chl-
Miss Ada Marie Crow gave an entertain
ment last evening at East Prpsbyterlan
church called "A Picture Tour Over the
Rocky Mountains." The lecture was well at
wr ft some excellent stereopticon views
The young people of the House of Hope
fhe Ve chur?h ' eVPnine lD the parlors ° f
Miss Edna Brown entertained Wednesday
evening for the Misses Grant, of Stlllwater
riml 1 "' a w/ Irs^ Tl R Scott entertained at
dinner Wednesday evening,
Mrs Henry A. Stahl entertained informally
Saturday evening for Mrs. Hull.
™Mr"m r "K S -, G i Sl ? tth> of the People's church,
will be tendered a reception this evening by
the members of the cihurch. y
Mrs. Cornelia Baxter, or Minneapolis was
a. guest \\ ednesday at the monthly missionary
tea of the woman's auxiliary of the Messiah
branrh. and gave a short address Papers
ww» dnnd by Mrs. Lew's. The *.r.nual
opening of '.he mit* boxes realized $37.29.
The Academy Dancing club gives a party
Saturday evening in Assembly hall.
Miss Guthrie, of Laurel avenue, gives a
dinner Saturday for Miss Lindeke.
The Annapolis Street Cinch club met at
Mrs. H. Belland, 39 Annapolis street. A very
pleasant evening was spent, and they meet
again next Tuesday evening at Mrs. Chap
pie's, 744 South Robert street.
ft. Paul Tent No. 24 will entertain Monday
at progressive euchre. Thin smoker will bo
opened in a social way, and, although infor
mal, a large enjoyable party is assured. Sir
knights and immediate friends only are in
The K. O. T. M. Dancing club is organizing
and is composed of the younger »et of No.
24's members. A series of parties is to be
C. L. Chase has retarned to St. Louis.
Miss Mary McGoffin, of Duluth, is visiting
In St. Paul.
Mrs. J. M. Bohrer has gone to California
to spend the winter with Mrs. Karr Potter,
who is a former resident of St. Paul.
Miss Crace Dunderdale, of New York, in
the guest of Mrs. Henry A. Curtiss, of the
Mrs. H. O. Burt, of the Aberdeen, has gone
Mrs. C. Hoyt has returned from Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dickerman are home
Mr. and Mrs. Sturgis leave next week for