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The beautiful autumn weather pre
vailing at present makes wheeling par
ties the most popular form of enter
taining. If the parties are too small
or informal for notice In the columns
of the dailies, they are none the less
enjoyable affairs; to a greater extent,
It may be, than some of the more
formal events which are given public
notice. October, with all her golds
end reds, has made the cycle paths !
far more attractive than they were j
during the hot summer months, and j
long runs into the fragrant country
ar* taken each day by local wheelmen
and women, who return to town with
great bunches of yellow and crimson
leaves tied to the handle bars, and
pulses throbbing from the exhileration
of Minnesota autumn weather. The
Town and Country club grounds are
never so beautiful as in the fall, and
each day finds half a dozen or more I
cycle parties assembled at the club '
house partaking of refreshments within |
doors or lounging about the wide ver
andas or grounds, resting before mak
ing the return run to town. Wildwood,
too, is a favorite resort for local
wheelmen, and the run out to that
place is a delightful one, being a great
Bhare of the way through the richly
In a letter received by a member of
the Nathan Hale chapter, Daughters
Df the American Revolution, from a j
cousin in Connecticut, an interesting j
tree-planting ceremony is described I
A HOPE FOR SALVATION.
Parishloner--Do ye think if I left ony money tae the kirk I would get salvation?
Minister — Weel, I wouldna like tae be positive, but It's weel worth trying.
which should be of Interest to members
of all patriotic societies. Tuesday a
tree is to planted upon the public
common at New Bedford, Mass., under
the auspices of the local G. A. R. The
tree is taken from the plantation ln
Virginia where Washington passed his
boyhood. The roots will be covered
•with soil takerr from the redoubts at
Bunker Hill, Saratoga and Yorktown,
as well as soil from each state in the
Union, which has teen sent by the
respective governors for that purpose.
The roots will be moistened with wa
ter from Lake Champlain, taken from
directly over the wreck of the "Royal
Savage," the scene of McDonaught's
naval victory; from Put-in-Bay, Lake
Erie, the scene of Perry's victory; from
the point In the Delaware river where
Washington crossed his army in De
cember, 1775, and water from Mollie
Pitcher's well, New Jersey. These cere
monies will be followed by a mam
moth clam bake. Old Colony style, at
a spot overlooking Buzzard's Bay,
•where President Cleveland spends his
Mlss Donalda Donald, the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Alex Donald, was one
of the flower girls' chorus during the
encampment, and in reply to a letter
■written to her grandmother, Mrs. Con
nit, telling her of the pretty feature
of the G. A. R. and her own part In
It, Miss Donald learned that her great
grandmother, the mother of Mrs. Con
nit, was one of the young girls who
strewed flowers in the pathway of Gen.
Washington when he entered New York
■with his troops. On her father's side
of the house. Miss Donald is discended
from a British grandparent, whose
brother was an officer, wounded in one
of the engagements of the Fifty-first
The first meeting of the Thursday
club, the commencement of its third
season, was held Thursday afternoon
at the House of Hope parlors, its reg
ular place of meeting. It is an organi
zation unique ln character and has
dene some very good work in the past
two seasons. In the summer of 1894,
Mrs. C. J. Backus conceived the idea
of forming a club for young ladles for
the purpose of literary study corres
ponding to the Century club which con
tains older and more experienced mem
bers. Eighty-five members were en
rolled during the first year of Its ex
istence and It was decided to limit the
membership to 125. Mrs. Backus was
'chosen director, and It is this feature
of the club which makes it unique.
The establishment of such an office has
been attempted in similar organiza
tions. The innovation has been most
successful and several visitors from the
Eastern cities have commented upor
tt favorably and even talked of Intro
ducing it into their club organizations.
"For a club of young inexperienced
wom«i it Is invaluable. Other offlcers
were elected according to regular cus
tom and it was decided to hold the
meetings every third Thursday begin
ning with the first Thursday in October
pind ending In May. Papers written by
r the members are read at each meeting
end a discussion on the subject of the
paper, led by the director follows. The
latter ie always interesting and eorne
tlmee quite exciting. Opinions and
ideas are freely discussed and the point
under discussion kept constantly in
view by the director. The programme
for this season is of great interest,
dealing: with many important move
ments of the early part of this century,
literary and historical. Papers on the
function of the novel and character
•ketches from Dickens and Thackery,
written by Mrs. J. P. Elmer and Mies
Georgia W. Borup were read at Thurs
day's meeting:. The officers for this
Veason are as follows: Director, Mrs.
C. J. Backus; president, Miss Caroline
Beaumont; first vice president, Mlm
Sophie Greve; second vice president,
Julia Noyes; secretary, Annie Cavpen
ter, assistant secretary, Jane Wood;
treasurer, Vivian Conover.
-One of the largest society events of
the near future will be the athletic and
military promenade concert, which will
be given as the formal opening of the
new armory at the state university.
The new building is admirably suited
for ball room purposes, the main hall
being 140 by 80 feet in size, which is the
largest dancing floor in the northwest
and accommodates fully 300 couples.
Adjoining is a smaller hall, which will
be used on the night of the ball as a
refreshment room, and opening at the
other end and at the side are smaller
rooms to be used for checking and
dressing rooms. The decorations for
the opening event will be of a military
character and are in charge of Lieut.
Loenhauser, U. S. A. Daraz's full or
chestra will be in attendance and will
give a concert from 8 until 9 o'clock
when the dancing will begin. The ob
ject of the ball is to raise funds for
the fitting up of the new gymnasium,
and it is to be given under the auspices
of the Athletic association of the uni
versity. The event will be one of in
terest to the young people in society
and will be looked forward to with
pleasure not only by the students but
by the society people of the Twin Cities,
large numbers of whom are contem
plating attending. The date of the ball
is Wednesday evening, Oct. 21. and the
committee in charge of the affair con
sists of H. H. Woodman, chairman; F.
C. Baldy, W. R. Putnam, G. A. E.
Finlayson, Prof. Denton and Lieut.
From the Sketch.
Leonhauser. The patronesses whose
names will be announced later, will
number some twenty-five of the most
prominent of Twin Cities matrons. The
other committees are: Patronesses— W.
R. Putnam, chairman; H. J. Castle and
Robert Hastings. Refreshments — Prof.
Denton, chairman, and W. B. Roberts.
Arrangements — H. H. Woodman, chair
man; W. C. Keys, J. Foster Smith, and
Fred Huxley. Music and programme—
H. H. Woodman, chairman; G. A. Fin
layson. The treasury is in charge of
Fred C. Baldy.
The reception given yesterday after
noon by Mrs. Marie Greve and daugh
ter of Summit avenue, in honor of Mrs.
J. N. Rusk and Miss Rusk, wife and
daughter of the former secretary of
agriculture, was the most important
event of the week socially arra one of
the most elaborate entertainments of
the opening season. The luxurious
bouse was beautifully decorated, a
novel arrangement being a table filled
with various fruits and fall foliage,
placed opposite the hall doors, in the
library. The purple of the grapes with
the pale gold of the bananas, and the
deep red of the leaves, made a vivid
piece of coloring and was very pleas-
Ing to the artistically Inclined. This
custom Is quite English and the latest
thin* in Washington society. In the
dining room, a large center table, pre
sided over by Mrs. William Wallace
and Mrs. Edward H. Ozmun. was
covered with large American Beauty
roses and elegant glass ware and china.
Those receiving were: Mrs. Oppenheim,
Mrs. William Wallace, Miss Olive Cul
bertson, Mrs. Edward H. Ozmun and
Mrs. and Miss Greve. Some of the
costumes worn were very elaborate.
Those of the women receiving merit
description. Mrs. Oppenheim was
charming in pale green silk, white mull
and chiffon; Mrs. Wallace wore black
silk with jet trimmings; Mrs. Culbert
son, rose silk and cream tulle; Mrs.
Greve, brown brocaded silk with white
Valenciennes lace front; Mrs. Ozmun,
black velvet, rose silk and cream lace
trimmings, and Miss Greve, a charm
ingly simple white gown with wide
pink satin ribbons and black velvet.
Musical selections were given during
the afternoon by Master Greve Op
penrwim and Mrs. Potter, of Minne
apolis. About one hundred guests were
present, among whom were: Mesdames
Russell Dorr, E. C. Mason, Dr. Shadle
C. C. De Coster, W. E. Bramhall, C. A.
Llndeke, Arnold Kalman, E. Gheen. C.
J. Backus, E. H. Constans, E. Mon
fort, W. Kenyon, Schulfeldt, Margaret
Muhlenbruch, Weyerhaeuser and
daughter, Mrs. Jewett, W. Peabody and
Mrs. F. Anderson. Misses Josephine
Kalman, Grace Flower, Grace Doran,
Lindeke, Constans, Mason, Nellie
Saunders, and Misses Waters, Chute
and Bessie Chute, of Minneapolis.
Tiny little Chinese lanterns no bigger
than an egg and each fitted with a
taper to match furnished the motif for
a luncheon which the girl who gave it
called a "LI Hung Chang affair." There
were dozens of these little lanterns
stiung across the table, while large
ones hung suspended from the chande
lier above. To be sure the progress of
the meal was interrupted occasionally
by the burning: up of some of these
paper trifles, but that only added a
little excitement to the occasion.
The girls of the freshman class of a
certain well-known Eastern college ar«
called "ducks" to distinguish them
from the men, who are "freehies."
The old time fortune bag which hung
suspended from the ceiling and burst
when eventually struck by a stick in
the hands of a blindfolded person, let
ting its prizes fall to the ground. Is
being played in another way this year.
The priae hangs in full view, but the
person who tries to get It is enveloped
in a big paper bag himself.
The president tit the Rainy day club,
THE SAINT PAUL GLOBE: SUMBAY,.. QCTQBI3K
of Brooklyn, which Intends to apperta
in short skirts the first stormy Mon
day In October, says that since their
intentions have become known the
members have been annoyed by re
ceiving: pictures of bloomer -arrayed
women sent with the compliments of
a certain well-known national society
devoted to the cause of reform.
A pretty wedding took place In Assumption
church Tuesday, it being the marriage of
Miss Barbara Wagner, of thle city, to Peter
Koch, of Loretto, Minn. The bride was at
tended by her sister, Miss Katherina Wagner,
and T. F. Gorman officiated as best man.
Rev. Father Alexous Huffman, of St. John's
university, a cousin of the bride, performed
the ceremony. The bride was attired in a
handsome gown of white taffeta and carried
bride's roses. The bridesmaid wore organdie,
over yellow, and carried- roses. Mr. and
Mrs. Koch will be at home after Oct. 15 at
Miss Jennie Walter, daughter of Mrs, Mary
Walter, of Sherburne avenue, was married
Tuesday morning to John P. Newell, the cere-
I mony being celebrated with low mass at the
I Church of the Assumption. Father Alfred
j officiated. The bride was attended by Miss
Walker, of Texas. The bridegroom was sup
| ported by Alexander Walter. The ushers were
| W. J. Derrick and Peter Pusch. A wedding
breakfast followed at the home of the bride's
mother, to which the relatives were Invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Newell will be at home after
Nov. l, at 228 Plymouth avenue, Minneapolis.
Miss Mac Mower Van Vorhes, only daugh
ter of Mrs. E. M. Van Vorhes, and Charles
Wallace Braden were married at 8 o'clock
Wednesday evening at St. John's church.
Miss Josephine Hungerford, of Minneapolis
\ was ma.d of honor, and Harry Titcomb was
j be* man, Rev. Dudley Rhodes officiated. A
I ept^ n n flowed at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Will Richardson, of Marshall avenue
mtrrf/d tw^" 1 * *H S * L ° Ul6e Brons °n were
rppt.7p ay afternoon at 5 o'clock at
St. Peters Episcopal church, by Rev A T
fhThV eCtOr - Mlss Ma y Bronsoa. sister of
F^.v % T as the mafd of hon ° r ' and Mr
i C^rr^ y w^M n ge ?>, WaS th ? best ma «- Miss
hrill <i d9> l he K r oom's sister, was the
bridesmaid, and Edward Freeman was th«
dfng cr m arch a EthCl Mayfield
The Mothers' club, of Dayton's Bluff will
£a*r?o£ m £7 nS at tha Con Sregational church
panors, Bates avenue and Conwav ntra«t
J? o^o^S^T a , 1 3 °' clock^ The ' W*
of this organization is mutual sympathy and
fn ?h! 1 ' o . and l ?* J P stru ctlon of its membere
An f ♦ * ?3\ P rlncl P le s ot child training.
him ft <■?£*. Ifd.ies1 f d . ies of Da y to i's Bluff have
been invited to join the club.
i "^tr c «? ital Debating club was organized
Iwti2? nda > y a ,2 d the '°»°"'ng officers were
del? r n T ¥ d £ nt Mn Tuber; vlce P resl "
dent C. H. Richter; secretary and treasurer,
C. J. Plouske. Topic for discussion for the
Tnl mse " n X will be Silver vs. Gold, Mr.
Tuber leading on the affirmative and C. H.
Ricnter on the negative.
Mr Charles Thompson, of this city, and
Miss Margaret Brooks, of Denver, were mar
ried Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock at the
Thompson home on Woodward avenue. Dr
J. C. Conley, of the First Baptist church, per
rormed the ceremony. Only intimate friends
and relatives were present
Invitations have been issued for the mar
riage of Miss Henrietta Neuman, of New Ulm,
««, *° U . T A^ Entr!up - of tbls cltv - at the
cathedral Wednesday morning, at 9 o'clock.
Miss Adele Devorien and A. L. Entriup will
be the attendants. Rev. Father Lawler will
Miss Georgia Anna Nourae, daughter of Mr
H«r™ M w mY llll^ Geor « e bourse, and
wIa 7 F atklna Powers will be married
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home
of the bride's parents, 1131 Montana street
attend 50 ' numbe r of St. Paul people wili
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Cudworth, of St. An
thony Park, have cards out for the marriage
t a,,* 11 " dau S hter . Adda, to Frank H. Smith
v^n nn r P ° k ceremony will take place
Vvednesday Oct. 21, at the Cudworth resi
dence, on Cromwell avenue.
.^v, ll^? J - Hlckey - ot West St. Paul
and Michael Sweeney were married at Hast
ings by Rev. J. A. Fitzgerald Tuesday even
wTim 8 .™ 11 ? 8 ™ I*?*1 *?* of Mlss Myrtle Lyons an <*
in ? m Jones Is announced. The wedding
will take place in the early spring weaaine
The engagement of Miss Bertha May Stew
art and Robert Kenyon Keller is announced
The engagement of Miss Bertha May Stewart
and Robert K_enyon_Keller_ls_ announced.
bv^LT** 1 faJl entertainment and social
hv th m" t° f. Pleasing programme given
by the Misses Williams, pianists- C J Hunt
vocalist; Harry Judson' reader; Allen French
soloist, and Prof. Wheaton pianist After the
SErai me i Xi T Were refr^hnilnts of cof^e
and cake in charge of Mrs O J Reynolds
To ng Mr me n T ' of" «t»K& -S5-S^
JUt F#Ji«" A A d SoCiety ot 8t Paul * Church
oil tfssySsrs s^ l^,- M / h hes c
Pining for the annual Christmas
days t£« oml d 86 ? now and * c h«U-
Sen? SVSSSwSik *£
treasurer; Mr,. Stevens^assisTaS treasurer!
of th«° U p^^ ept i on waa held ln th « Parlors
or the People's church, on Pleasant nvwin.
Thursday evening, with an atSiLce of 1W
members of the church and conenUaHmT
? S regS £a&/5£5&
the election of offlcers, Rev. P. J Danehy
H d^ reS rl the clrcle on *• benefits to be
rf^n 3 . f™* the summer school
The next meeting of the circle will be Mon
day evening at St Mary's School hall.
of R r"J^ Mr J' . J -. F - Stout « aye th « second
of a series of Informal at homes for th»
young people of the First M. E^hurch at
the parsonage Monday evening.
IK PLEAS CUES REtALM.
Monday evening a party was given by Mrs
flftv ST 0 ? 1 - H o '- * 17 Eaßt street. .bo™i
fifty people being present. The evening was
passed in music, dancing and card, MmE
was furnished by Mr. aid Mrs/Gray Piano
and violin, and Mrs. Rutherford gave some
fine selecting on the mandolin and guitar
Vocal music was also rendered. Mis* RutS
erfor4 danced the Highland fling and the Irish
muin?Xt OaU T* Refreshments Jer, served at
midnight. Those present were P Brazel
Mr"' k, *£* M &" Rut herford, Miss Pi^en'
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gray Mra »n<i \i-»L
Shields. Mr.. C. MiJler. Mr Md Mm C How
•f*' G6 2 r f e and Miss Howard, Mrs HoJd
Mrs. and Miss Lally. Mr. and Mrs L Asner
Miss Jennie M. and Clara Labarre Hulh
B^lh o^^ Hot ?n Fosbrooke, m!; s Adlie
f™u ' a scrard.5 crard . Miss Flora and Maude
Smalley and Harvey Smallay, Miss Campbell
Miss Sarah and L. Johnston and Mr John
ston. Mlss Etta Kenson, of Pipeatone Minn-
Miss L. Fouch, Miss Maggie Young, A Wail
■n D I" •"iJ?™" i,P- Nel9on celebrated their
somrty decorated with palms and l fflowfr \~ ,
an tarS"^ 1 " I,^1 ,^ fl ° ral dM «>ration; o^
an In red, and the bay window In which th«
reoeivlng party stood was banked with ereeS
and partially curtained off with «Sta *?£
dining room was ln yellow. Dr. and Mrs
Louis Nelson. Edgar Nelson and Miss Annie
Nelson. Mrs. Nelson wore a handW c WS
rl b r k / n ?- and Mls9 Ne!son wore organdT"
In the dining room were Mrs. Col Listoe
who poured coffee, and Mrs. Frederick Mott'
who served the leee. At the punch bowl « a
the parlor was Miss Kuse. About 130 1 wU«
were present, including many from om
Misses Hilda and Meta Mozer. of Milwau
kee, who have been the guests of Mr* H^nrV
Deflel and Mra Adam Flnck for the last five
weeks were pleasantly entertained by Mis?
iiS™ and Miss Schroeder aT «
fflt S fflst ssss-psS
Thauwald, Butler. Pauline -Ttauwfld Hart'
man, Berreau, Geiaenheyner, Hl'ndew"
Messrs^ Seng Bork, Thauwald. Lambert S£
Sr 6 /,', He^ m ' Berre *«. Hub Berreau Roth
Miller Eisenmenger. Ernest Boland Schroi
der. Arthur Strau., Oeorge Theobald. Deflet
an^Ge B U°Ky n Z ce r hlU - WlUaaCk ' **»-«W
home ot bi« sister, Mrs. W. J. Gr'osV fflß
Reaney Btreet, last Tuesday eveninT Card
playing and dancing were indulged in «Sn
Ml J nin^i«y a R ; Dre wery; foot prises by
Ml«b Gill and A. Lee. Those present were
Lee, Sowders, Blodgett, Fisher, Block and
Miss Emily Erickson wait tendered a sur
prise party by friends Wednesday evening at
her home, 733 Pauquier streak The evening
was spent in playing game* and a merry
time was enjoyed by all. The main feature
of the evening was the blind artljt, for which
two prizes were awarded, (as foirbwß: B. M.
Mortenson, first, and Miss « EL«»Ahrens^ foot
prize. Lunch was served at lao'clock. Those
present were: Misses M. C. Campbell, Anna
Poshtick, Katie Poshtick, M. A. Smith, Anna
Koller, B. Ahrens, Sophia Adams, Martha
Erickson, Behmer, and Messrs. O. Erickson,
A. B. Henschel, 8. B. Linstfd. *E. M. Morten
son, A. B. McKnight, William Martin, Ansten
Lee, Hi Oahagen, W. M. Dragert; H. R&iners,
Fred Relling, J. J. Janlsch and P. Esch.
A most enjoyable cinch tarty was given at
the home of Miss Lena L^nge, Mouth Robert
street, Wednesday evening. Among those
present wer»: Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Lange,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ansteit, Mrs. Sheel, Misses
.losio La Belle M. Imhoff, Berdle Steiger,
Maud L. Krey, Lena and Ida Lange, M. Mill
er, A. Koerner, L. Lavocat, 8. Bolster, Emma
Schneider, and Mes«rs. M.D. Imhoff, M. F.
Jans. F. F. Camitach, Louie Stoven, Walter
Miller, E. H. Ringwald, William Fadders. T.
P. Lynch, Oeorge Frautsche, John Witten
gel, Ernst and Frank Steiger, John Rapue
George Colought. F. J. Camltsch fend Josie La
Belle won the head prizes, and Walter Miller
and Minnie Miller the foot prizes.
Miss Francis A. Richter, of Webster street
gave a ladies' progressive cinch party Tues
day afternoon. Those who were fortunate
enough to win prizes were: First prize, Mrs
B. Vahsen; second prize. Miss Mame Horn
ing; foot prize, Miss Katherine Foos Those
playing were: Mesdames MaoWilHam Buger
, V f B™.8 ™. Bonarth. C. Stahlman j, h"
* ™I,F- Schad «. W. Schmith, O We's F
A Williams. L. Schleck, A Denter I'
Adame, A . Utz. Learn Sharpless Milf£ it
Chicago and Adah Richter. of New Ulm ani
aS? Hertß1 ' Vltt ' Hornin^FoS
rt^lr^K %Tl 1.
her departure for her home in Wamfun "w^
Cards were indulged in until 11 :30 followed
by refreshments, after which musical inec
tions were rendered, both vocal and l lnscru
mental. Prizes were awarded to J B MiS"
GuTref ' 'F> McGulre and Mrs - P - F. Uc-
Mrs. P. McDonald, of Marshall aventio.
gave a wheeling party Tuesday afternoon'
™f Party left the McDonald \ 0 ™ Ta? 2
o clock and made the run to Fort Snelllng
where luncheon wa had. and then the re
turn run made after a *>II K htful rest : t£.
guests were: Mesdames Frederick Hott Phil
t l Ub - f<>rth . Haycock, Merrill and Mis,
"■I 1 ? 1 "', The latter had a camera with her
and took a number of pictures of the group '
freshments were served, and as a special corT
P^ent to the aged couple there was a Sere
nade by the Newport Cornet band
their twentieth anniversary. Atter^h°arty
repast an impromptu programme of music
and elocution was rendered. Wife earnest
expressions of good will and wishing th* host
and hostess many returns of the day toe
guests returned tc their homes. '
Little Irene O'Regan was hostess to a chil
dren's dancing party Friday evening at her
home on Marshall avenue. The guests were
Siild hl^iL* 0 be^ ve^ in Chrls t church
j,uho hall next week. During the evening
the hostess gave a number of pretty d^cL
and Herman Gregory recited. oanceg,
C^>rnn rP £ S i V^!f tj A WM gIVeD for Mlss Nellie
w ™ Ashland avenue, Wednesday even
ng. The guests, were Mabel Bogart Cather
Ln c /, F t!r eUSOn ' £ race C*n>Pbell. L?uise BrowS
and Messrs. Graham, Mitchelmore Albert
G n ri d ffln G^Tce F cl! h Y r a Pp Harry Griffln ' C^
field hall, proved a decided success Preparal
I' <>ns are keing made for another such In
wX e sd ce a V y ent No°v T " *««K?bS.
choice musical selections by Prof. Fennick
A pleasant surprise party was *iven <**t,n
cock. Mrs. Merrill and Misg Barker!
The popular Bon Ami club opened Its season
successfully Thursday evening with a S
SSpSM^ ln ° XfOrd halL Ninety coSs
te h^L,^ 110011 ; £ he next meeting wni
avenue* 2g BAdk8 A dky CratZenberS ' ° D Lurel
in the evening for Miss Teresa Sfawgreen
who leaves next week for Duluth. ossreen '
r3!^ cm i 1 * month . ly dane « ** Town and
Country club took place last evening. The
St. Anthony Hill orchestra was in attendance!
One of the prettiest luncheons of the sea-
Joseph 8. Brown, Mrs. William G Jon«T
bert Young and Tommy Swem Th?'ne*t
meeting of the club will bT held T^e^v
Tr°°M "2 th M . isß carr on N "'»»~ y
orS« y n 4 fte arz sa t of ci a. w r
Wndsor, and Monroe, of MinnSnoHs The
offlc.ni are: Mm. Thompson, *>r£Kt : m£
Lucas Jones, treasurer: Mm. Straight s^cre^
J 11 "* 51rt«r« WOn L y Mrs - O'l'mii,. iSrt
hAii ~? it ?? fl Mrs. Straight. Mrs: Camp-
Mrs. J. D. Sloane, of St. Albftna ri-7-aw
ftw Hov U t Ch o7 R Part^ ar^rUn^f
wWr ?n 'hi £ ro ? kl y. n - wh « Is spending the
and the rooms were decorated with rose*
Miss Josephin, Kalman, Mrs. Horic* Blgt
prTz'ee Hand, .of Boston, won the
MJb« Johnson, of Virginia avenue, gave a
card party Thursday afternoon. The prize.
were 7°?, by Mlsa APPleton, tint; Miss Shfrk
second Miss O'Brien lon« hand.' Thf Z
SSTBeSSe^ * FranC * Md A ™^
Mis. Leila Espy gave a dinner ot fourteen
CWeago. The table waa "prettily decorated
with geraniums and autumn reaves.
Miss Agnes Denny entertained at a danclnc
party Tuesday evening at her home on Pleas
MiM Louise Lindeke entertained at pro-
Rressj™ euchre Monday. Four" tables were
MU. Oussie Richardson,^ of Marshall ave
nue, gave a dancing party Thursday even
jjf and Ranges the maximum
amount of heat is generated with the (9
minimum amount of fuel. The saving it
pays for the stove in a very short time. 1
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A musical and social event In the Catholic
world will be the reception to be tendered
Rev Father McNulty, of St. Luke's church,
at his residence, on Summit avenue, Tuesday
evening. In addition to the recaption, a
musical programme will follow at 9 o'clock
under the charge of Miss Sans Souci, the ex
cellence of which the following will testify
Mrs. Fred Snyder, of Sioux Falla. who is
an old favorite in St. Paul, will be in the city
to take part in the programme. Oter local
talent will be Miss Hope's mandolin and
violin orchestra of young ladies; Percy
Churchill, Miss Anna Collins. Miss M. Sans
Souci, violin; Mrs. J. B. MacNamee, Mrs.
Hoffman and the quartette of St. Luke's
choir. Those assisting at the refreshment*
are Misses Campbell, Foley. Shields, Sans
Souci .deary, Lamb, Ryan, Murnm, Demers,
Piel, Mac Donald, Clark, Bowlin, Cavanaugh.
Bt. John's bazar opens Monday, Oct. 19
and continues during the entire week. Ex
tensive preparations have been made that the
affair be a grand success. The most note
worthy feature will be the voting contest*.
Mrs. L. Hllgedic, Mrs. R. F. Slater and Mrs.
Frank Richet will contest for a painting of
Archbishop Ireland. Misses L. McMahon and
B. Farrell will each strive to have the most
votes on a magnificent tapestry, while Misses
May Mulligan, Mary O'Grady, Florence Ames
and Gertrude Lester will contest for a girl's
The Young People's Society of Dayton Ave
nue Presbyterian Church are making arrange
ments for a Japanese garden party in the
chapel Friday, Oct. 16, The chapel will be
decorated to represent an evening scene in
Japan. The room will be lighted by Japanese
lanterns, arrangad in unique designs, in the
form of chandeliers. Refreshments will be
served by the young ladles of the society
dressed in Japanese costume. A programme
having a number of unique features will be
presented by prominent vocalists of the city.
The first meeting of the French history
class w'li be held Friday, Oct. 30, at the
home of Mrs. A. E. McCartney, on Marshall
avenue. The officers elected for the year are:
Mrs. Charles Schuneman, president; Mrs.
Norval Marchand, vice president; Mrs. C. E.
Clark, secretary. The club, which has con
fined its study heretofore to French history,
will this year take up a course in Mexican
history. Meetings are held monthly at the
homes of the members and the time divided
between study and amusement.
Minneopa council. Royal Arcanum, will
give a fancy dress ball at Bowlby hall, Sixth
and Robert streets, Monday evening. A
musical and iltenary entertainment will pre
cede the dancing. Supper will be served at
11 o'clock. The receiving committee will be
composed of Maj. and Mrs. Cooley, Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Warner, Mr. and Mrs. M. H.
Albin and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. White.
The members of Esther Lodge No. 30, D.
of H., are preparing a novel entertainment,
to be given Friday evening, Oct. 16. An ex
cursion to "Wake-tTp Mountain" and return
by the "Estherville Hopaway Line" One pair
dancing shoes not exceeding 160 pounds in
weight checked free. Trains leave Central
hall (station), Sixth and Seventh streets, at
9 p. m.
The Capital City Cycle olub will give a
ten-hour run today, If the weather permits,
over the old course to Minneapolis and re
turn, thence to Northfleld and return. The
start will be made from the club house on the
Bluff at 6:45 In the morning, and a-11 wheel
men and wheelwomen are invited by the of
ficers of the club to make the run.
The Newport Dancing club, formerly the
Moonlight, has completed arrangements for
its first dancing party, which will be held
In Oxford hall, Tenth and St. Peter streets,
Wednesday evening. The members of the club
wish to extend a cordial Invitation to their
many friends who do not receive a personal
The annual reception will be held at the
Sheltering Arms, Minneapolis, Wednesday,
from 2:30 till 8 o'clock, and all initiated in
th« work are most cordially invited to be
present. Donations of money, clothing and
provision* wtll be very acceptable.
Ladies' Aid Society No. 20, of St. Paul Camp
1, Sobs of Veterans, will give a dancing party
Monday night, Oct. 12, at Central block hall.
The society will also give a card party next
Thursday at the residence of Mrs. Crego, 877
A kindergarten school la Boon to be opened
in St. Clement's parish. Rev. Mr. Dray ex
pects to have the school open about the mid
dle of next month. Miss Virginia Harbert
will have charge. It will be held in the guild
"The Fairies' Revel,'' an extravaganza, will
be gives In Con over hall, Thursday evening,
Oct. 24, for the benefit of Christ church
guild. A matinee for the benefit of the chil
dren will be given the day following.
The annual convention of the state Fed
eration of Women's clubs convenes Tuesday
and Wednesday at Stillwater. Th« clubs !n
Minneapolis and Bt Paul an electing their
The Summit Skating and Social olub is
scheduled for its opening party at Oxford hall
Thursday. The committee in cb&rg* of the
arrangements are preparing in elaborate pro
Minnehaba camp, Modern Woodmen, Is ar
ranging an entertainment the last Thursday
In this month. The *rrangen>enu are to be
made at the regular meeting Thursday.
Mrs. Philip Scha«h r -of Lincoln avenue, will
give a bicycle party Tuesday.
Tb« Summits will sirs tbsir first social b*»
of the season at Oxford hall Thursday even
ing. Music will be rendered by the St. An-'
thony Hill orchestra.
The young ladies of St. Clement's church
will give a conundrum supper in the guild
hall, Portland and Milton, Thursday even
ing, from 6 to 8.
Lady Somerset W. C. T. V. will hold its
regular meeting at 3 p. m. Monday, at the
res dence of Mrs. C. B. Teeple, 618 East Cen
tral Park place.
The members of Company E, M. N. G. will
give an informal smoke social in the armory
Tuesday evening. The Westminster orchestra
Ellsworth Circle No. 8, Ladies of the G. A.
R., will give a progressive euchre party Mon
day evening in Central hall, Sixth and Sev
Wlllard union, W. C. T. U., will hold their
regular meeting this week at the home of
Mrs. R. Hare, on Congress street. Tuesday
at S o'clock.
It is announced that St. Luke's Aid society
will hold regular weekly meetings Monday
at the residence of Mrs. Dan Dyer on Nina
Unity Temple No. 9, Rathbone Sisters, will
give a hop Wednesday evening, Oct. 14, at
its hall, Central block, Sixth and Seventh
A musical and literary entertainment will
be given by Ord W. R. C. Friday evening
at Odd Fellows' hall on Fifth and Wabasha
St. Paul Sunday School Institute meets in
Christ church guild hall Thursday evening.
Rev. Charles Holmes, the president, will pre-
The first meeting of the French history
class will be held Oct. SO at the home of
Mrs. A. B. McCartney, of Marshall avenue.
The Sewing Society of Ellsworth circle,
ladies of the G. A. R.. will meet with Mrs.
Mead Wednesday, at 15 Thompson avenue.
The Thursday Study circle will meet for
organization Thursday morning at the home
of Mrs. John Jackson, 620 Grand avenue.
The Hibernian band will give its first danc
ing party Friday evening, Oct. 16, in Oxford
hall. Tenth and St. Peter streets.
The Misses HaJloway, of Pleasant avenue
will entertain, Friday evening, the members
of the high school orchestra.
A social hop will be given by the I. O. B B
Lodge No. 896, Oct. 11, at Central hall, corner
Sixth and Seventh streets*
The Young Men's League of the First M.
E. Church will give a social Monday evening
in the church parlors.
8t Luke's Aid Society of St. Paul's Church
will meet Friday with Mrs. A. R. Dalrymple
641 Summit avenue.
Mrs. T. B. Campbell, of Irvine Park, has
cards out for a euchre Thursday in honor of
The annual meeting of the Ladies' Social
Circle of Park Church will take place Tues
The lady managers of the Babies' home, on
Lincoln avenue, are making plans for their
The initiatory ball of the Esaias Tegner
club will be given at Litt's hall Thursday
The Ivy Leaf Dancing club will give its
first social party Wednesday evening at Ox
Miss Gertrude Bancroft, of Nelson avenue,
will entertain the King's Daughters Monday
The J. I. Orclub will entertain their friends
Friday evening at the home of the Misses
A concert for the benefit of the Catholic
Infants' home will be given at Conover hall
Mrs. Mayhart Brunar, of Holly avenue, en
tertains at cards Wednesday afternoon of next
Mrs. Meylert, of Holly avenue, has cards
out for a euohre Wednesday.
Mrs. Stevens, of Dayton avenue, will enter-
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The students of the State university will
open the new armory with a ball o*n thi
evening of Oct. 22.
Mrs. MeCleary gives a party Wednesday
lor the Misses Herberts, of Bayfleld, Wis.
The opening assembly of the Algonquin*
will occur Friday evening at Elks" hall.
t I £ e $ x - Paul art sch ool opens Monday. Mist
I. N. Barber will be in charge.
Miss Amelia Nix, of the Madison school,
has returned from Europe, where she has
finished a pedagogical course for teachers at
tfle Herbastian seminary, conducted by Prof
Dr. Rein, at Jena, Germany.
JW«; J- h M t edy and Mfsß A SSI e Murphy, of
Boston who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Jar " es . Shiely, of 412 Louis street, have £
MiSa "" Mor
««*luiH B> i" C^ urch lin1 in - ot Eau Claire. Wls..
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Severn.
nuhl nnhT "" Bt . aven ue, and Mrs. Martin Rosen
quist, of York street.
St. TPaul High school, left, last Saturday
evening, for Harvard university, Cambridge.
imm rS 'i S w W ; Bamfonl h M returned to her
home In Windsor, Conn., a/tar a month's visit
with her two sons and friends.
W. C. Severn is back from his Eastern trip
He made extended stays in Chicago, Phila
delphia and New York city.
Rev. H. H. Han D . D . r ot utchfleld. IH..
are visiting Mrs. Hall's sister, Mrs. Edward
Richards, of Selby avenue.
Charles J. Kelly, of Anaconda, who has
been visiting his home on Canada street left
Monday for that c'ty.
Mrs. W. C. Severn, of Lynnhuret avenue
is at home again after a six weeks' visit
to Eau Claire. Wis.
H. S. Fairchild and family have moved in
from their summer home, and are at 300
Mrs. A. M. Mayo, of 183 University avenue
has removed to her new residence 235 West
Mrs. V. K. La Phan, of Anoka, is th«
guest of Mrs. Herman Weinke, of Fuller
Mrs. W. H. Dixon, of Ashland avenue,
spent the w*ek in Milwaukee and Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Byllesby will he at the
Aberdeen this winter, arriving today.
J. W. Lowe and family have returned from
Rose Lane cottage. White Bear beach.
O. J. Mooney, of Merriam Park, leaves to
morrow for a vacation at Medford, Or.
Mr. and Mrs. John. D. Spauiding left, last
week, for Black River Falls, Wis.
Miss Annie Murray and Miss Angie Valley
returned from Chicago yesterday.
Mrs. Olive Culbertson leaves th« Ist of No
vember for Indian territory.
Mrs. and Mr*. F. H. Stolzer are at the
Aberdeen for th« winter.
Dr. Welch, who is out of town for a fetr
days, returns Oct. 14.
Mrs. Denn'son Follett will be at the Aber
deen after Oct. 14.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rantoul are horns
from the West.
Spencer O. Merrill has decided not to make
a trip West.
Miss Foote. sister of Mrs. Col. Glenn, is at
Mrs. H. G. Burt has gone to Chicago to re
C. Ft. Trowbrldge has gone to Duluth.
"Rose, did you ever get even with Isabel
for giving you that out-of -style rus?"
"Yes; I gave her a music box that play*
'Listen to the Mocking Bird.' " -