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saMt paUl soc lal.
St. Paul was not socially dull last
week, there being a number of bright
entertainments given at private homes.
The largest of these events was the
coming out reception given Wednesday
afternoon, at the Bend residence on
Summit avenue, when Mrs. J. B. Bend
introduced her daughter, Miss May, to*
Bt Paul society. This was the first of
r series of events to be given by Mrs.
Bend for her daughter. This week
Wednesday she will be given a green
tea at the family residence, and Thurs
day evening, Nov. 12, Mrs. and Miss
Bend will be hostesses at a large Ger
man given In Litt's hall, for which the
Third Infantry band will furnish music.
Thursday afternoon Mrs. Dan Hand
received for Miss Hand, of Boston, and
Mrs. Brinkerhoff, of New York. Five
o'clock tea was served. Friday Mrs.
Hand was again hostess to the married
■et. On Thursday Mrs. William Pratt-
Abbott also entertained, this being her
first at Tiome since her marriage. Mon
day Miss Dgnkler gave a luncheon to
eight young women at the Aberdeen.
Wednesday evening an autumn euchre
party was given by Dr. and Mrs. Van
Duzee at their home on Ashland ave
nue. Wednesday afternoon the women
of the People's church were entertained
at a library party at the home of Mrs.
A. C. Keith, Lincoln avenue and Vic
toria street. The affair was one of
unique features and very successful.
Events of the future will be the debut
Of Miss Merriam, Thursday, at the
MerriMß home on Crocus hill. On the
same day Miss Hughson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Hughson, of Dayton ave
nue, will come out at a tea at the fam
The first golden wedding ever cele
brated in Sacred Heart church will be
that of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Arth, who
tomorrow morning at 9:30 o'clock will
repeat their matrimonial vows for the
third time. Mr. and Mrs. Arth are
imong the oldest and most respected
settlers of Dayton's bluff. They were
torn and married in Germany, coming
to America in '57. The cottage which
they built at 700 Plum street they have
occupied ever since their arrival in this
country. Mr. Arth is a retired garden
er and takes great pleasure in cultivat
ing and making beautiful the grounds
about his beautiful home. The couple
are quite advanced in years, being
Beventy-scven and seventy- three re
spectively. They are still spry and
active and are happy in that they
are enabled to celebrate their golden
wedding and their friends hope they
may still live to celebrate their dia
mond anniversary. There are forty di
rect descendants of Mr. and Mrs. Arth,
of whom are living seven children,
twenty-eight grandchildren and five
greatgrandchildren, who will join in
the celebration with the exception of
a granddaughter, Mrs. W. M. Martin,
and her son, Chalmers. They reside in
Olympia, Wash., and regret very much
that they cannot be present. Mrs.
Martin is the youngest daughter of the
late Jacob Arth, who was the eldest son
of the old people. The seven children
all live in the city and have been
Sacred Heart church since its dedica
The meeting of the G. A. R. Women's
committee in Dayton avenue church,
Thursday afternoon, interested a large
number o"f women and the work will, no
doubt, be enthusiastically carried for
ward when the next meeting is called
aft«r the holidays.
The benefit for the Infants home at
Conover hall Thursday evening, was
well attended and a financial success.
The talent was good and the pro
gramme well arranged and entertain
This week will see the benefit for
Christ church guild at Conover hall.
The event will tee given entirely by
children except a few vocal and instru
mental numbers, and promises to be a
The charity ball comes off at Ma
sonic Temple, Nov. 18.
Mrs. "V. M. Watkins entertained
Wednesday afternoon, at her home,
123 Holly avenue, for Mr. and Mrs.
James Lee and . Miss Arnold, of Red
An afternoon whist club was formed
Friday at the home of Mrs. A. P. Moss,
in the Dakotah.
Mrs. Sarmiel G. Smith gave a lunch
eon Thursday, at her home on College
Mr. and Mrs. Eliot Baker, of 84 Col
lege avenue, gave a wheeling party
Miss White and Miss Marion White
grave a' card party Thursday afternoon
at 90 Douglas street.
Mrs. Charles Braden entertained the
members of her bridal party Wednes
day evening, at her home on Marshall
An interesting entertainment is to be given
at Conover hall Thursday night for the ben
efit of Christ church. Mrs. Harvey Officer
has arranged the programme, a stellar feature
of which will be the "Fairies' Revel," intro
ducing the following society young people:
Fairy queen, Jessie Holoway: fairy butter
fly. Tre^-P^TTesan: sir knight, Tommy Swem;
fpi'rips. i£dna Gooeh. Gonevieve Holdrp. Tthel
Haynlo, .Miriam Holman, Blanche f rry.
Theresa Nolan. Georgina Dittman. ..larie
Groff. Hernia Gregory. Pearl Metcalf. Flor
ence TTardiek. Alice Maxfield, Grace Thomp
son. Florence Groff, Kdith Holman, Julia
Ladd. Accompanist. Miss Gordon.
Part \ v.'ill be us fo'lows:
Serenade— "Onen Thy Window Love"..Gregh
Fallata <3i Nedda— "Pagliaoci" Leoncavallo
Recitation— (a) "Two Letters," a pastel-
(b) "Knee Deep in June"—
James Whitcomb Riley
Aria- -"Within This Sficred Dwelling". Mozart
6ong.=— fW "Mondnai-ht" Schumann
(h) "Kin Schwan" Grieg
(c) "Printemps Nouveau" Vidal
College Song— "Schneider's Band"—
Aecompani&t. Mrs. Hoffman. •
Part HI. will be a fandrill by the following:
Captain. Evelyn Offlrer: Jennie Durham,
'Fdith McMillan, Miriam Holman. Julia Mc-
M&fters, Marie Groff. Florence Groff, Grace
Vay. Elsio Koppcr. Genevleve Holden, Mary
McMiahael, Florence Holden, Jessie Hol-
A matinee will be given Saturday afternoon.
A full line of Cowboy Hats In all colors.
Karris Miltjr.ery Co.
The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Bensson
and Gustave Ericsson to»k place Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's
Bister. Mrs. Oliver Ames, on Reaney street.
Rev. S. W. Sundhcrs. of the Swedish mission
house, performed the ceremony, in the pres
ence of fifty frier.ds and relatives. The
bride's sister, Miss Annie Bensson, was maid
of honor. Her nephew, Oliver Ames, was
best man. The ether attendants were Miss
Ida Anderson and Edward Swanson. The
bride wore a gray traveling dress and carried
carnations. A wedding supper and an infor
mal" reception followed. Mr. and Mrs. Erics-
Son will be at home after Nov. 1. at 924 Sims
A Drett- home wedding took place Wednes
rf«v nveiiine at the residence of Mr, and
Mrs William Silcox. 1094 Minr.ehaha street.
U being the Tmsrriage of their daughter. Ida
Maj Jonc«. to Frank W. Ollerenshaw. The
•rid. wore white and carried bride roses,
.ndwls attended by Miss Marion Hendry.
"Who carried La France rwes. Richard Crosby
wa* groomsman, and the officiating clergy
l?n wu to R«v. Arthur J. O«sn«. of
St. Peter's Episcopal church. They will be
at home after Oct. 20 at 928 Watson avenue.
Miss Bessie Fifleld and Clement Ouellette
were married Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock
at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. B. B. Plfleld, of Cook street. Rev. Dr.
Ingersoll, of Park Congregational church, per
formed the ceremony. In the presence of a
few of the most Intimate friends and rela
tives. The bride was handsomely attired iv
a traveling dress of brown and carried bride's
roses. Mr. and Mrs. OueHette will be at
home after Nov. 1, at 418 Jenks street.
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Oakes, of Mamaro
neck N. V., have Issued invitations for the
marriage of their daughter, Miss Georgiana
Oakea. and Lawrence Greer. The wedding
will take place Monday, Oct. 19, at 12 o'clock,
at St. Thomas' Episcopal church at Mamaro
neck. A number of St. Paul people will at
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Niedlamer, of Alameda,
Cal., have issued invitations for the mar
riage of their daughter. Miss Agnes Flem
ing MaeLauren, to Alpha Caulson Scurr,
Monday. Oct. 19, at 2516 Clement avenue,
Alameda, Cal. Miss MaeLauren was formerly
a St. Paul girl.
A Stillwater marriage that will inter
est many young people of St. Paul will oc
cur Oct. 29, the contracting parties being
Miss Grace Stowe. of Stillwater, and William
Fish, of Milwaukee. Miss Stowe is a grad
uate of St. Mary's school, Faribault.
Miss Josie Madison and Otto Dreher were
married Thursday evening at 6 o'clock at the
bride's home, 560 Manomin street. Miss Lena
Madison, the sister of the bride, assisted her
as maid of honor, and the best man for the
bridegroom was F. S. Webb.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Cudworth have Is
sued invitations for the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Adda Cudworth, and Frank H.
Smith, of Minneapolis, at the Cudworth home,
on Cromwell avenue, Monday evening, Oct.
26, at 8 o'clock.
Miss Mary E. Fernald, daughter of Thomas
C. and Mary A. Fernald, and A. La Rocca
were married Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and
Mrs. La Rocca will be at home to their
friends at 127 East Eleventh street, flat 36,
after Nov. 1.
Miss Mary L. Terry and Dr. Austin T.
Merrill, of Spirit Lake, were married Wednes
day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.
T. Slayton, 950 St. Clair street, by Rev. E.
Invitations are out for the marriage of Miss
Emma Martin and Henry Britzer, Oct. 20,
at 8 o'clock at the German Evangelical
church on Olive street. Rev. G. Simon will
The engagement has been announced of
Miss Anna Bowder, sister of Mrs. Willis H.
Van Voorhees, to Frank Duke, of Waterloo,
10., the marriage to take place late this fall.
Miss Lizzie Cavanaugh and James Quinn
were married Tuesday afternoon at i o'clock
in St. Joseph's church. Rev. Father Harri
Miss Moll'.e Rowan, of 666 Jackson street,
St. Paul, and Daniel F. Whitney, of Battle
Creek, Mich., were married at New Richmond,
Wis.. Oct. 12.
The engagement is announced of Miss Eliz
abeth Bartles, of FJemington, N. J., formerly
of this city, to Dr. W. W. Harks.
IN PLEASURE'S REALM.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Marden and Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Koehler went to New Ulin,
Minn., last Saturday to attend the golden
wedding of Mr. Marden's parents, Dr. and
Mrs. A. Marden. They were met at the
depot by ex-Senator Peterson, and driven
to his home, whero about 100 men and wom
en had congregated. Dr. and Mrs. Marden
were then sent for, and placed in the parlor
with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marden and Mr.
and Mrs. George Koehler on either side.
The folding doore were then thrown open
to the guests. Judge Webber performed the
marriage ceremony, wfcich was followed by
refreshments, music a*d dancing. It was
a very enjoyable affair, and a complete sur
plrse to Dr. and Mrs. Marden. The pres
ents were many and beautiful. Sunday be
ing the fiftieth anniversary, a. reception was
given by Dr. and Mrs. Marden from 2 to
6, attended by about 100 men and women.
Dr. Marden has resided In New Ulm for
twenty-six years, is a thirty-second degree
Mason, and was worshipful master of the
New Ulm lodge for twenty-two consecutive
A very delectable affair was the progres
sive cinch given Thursday evening by Miss
Laura Beulke at her home on Jackson street.
The rooms were beautifully decorated with
palms and smilax, La France roses, carna
tions and mlguionettes. Refreshments were
served at 11 o'clock, after which dancing
was enjoyed by all present. The guests were:
Misses Katherine Horman, Lillian Bruner,
Nell McMillan, Ella Funk, Lilly Glbbs, Anna
Whaly, Lillie Horman, Ida Grieve, Rosa
Malile. Anna McMillan, Minnie Gibbs, Agnes
Benner, Cornelia Schulze, Messrs. August
Mertens, Len Nalty, Erwin Funk, Edward
Mahle, Saul Tubbesing, Al Curtis, Carl Die
ther, Edward Klosterman, Henry Weber,
Will Grewe, Frank Mahle, Fred Beulke.
Pnzea were won by Miss Katherine Horman,
head; Miss Minnie Glbbs, second; Miss Rosa
Mahle, foot; SanfUel Tubbesing, head; Erwin
Funk, second; and Carl Diether, foot.
A pleasant surprise party was given for
Miss Winnie, daughter of Dr. James Aldrich,
of Chicago, by her aunt, Mm. James Mc-
Guire, 563 Wacouta street, Thursday even
ing. The evening was spent in recitations
and games. Refreshments were served at 10
o'clock. Afterwards the young people In
dulged in dancing. The Ross orchestra fur
nished music during the evening. Those
present were: Misses Ollie and Helen Dol
quist, Sadie and Beulah Benheim, Birdie and
Florence Roundy, Edna Jenaon. Ethel Steve
son, Frankie Seager, Grace O'Brien Myrtle
Everett. Annie Dahlgren, Rosa Barbeau and
Mildred Severy; Masters Alex and Ernest Dol
quist, Leo O'Brien, John Knutson, James
Renslow Percy and Angus McCauly. Henry
Rail, Mally O'Laughlin, Homer Cowan Clir-
G n embe BUrtOn °* N ° W Y ° rk Clty ' an * John
Among those present were: Misses Ann)*
Holman. Walter Er^ki™ £ Flnley Albei *
F |u1 n -r d ' ™- S°e7anI h K
Mfss P Nr n GenX r!Se a t P^/ h - as «»*» *r
University avenue Tuesday t^ EAet
slon of her sixteenth brthL n* 6 occa "
games, dancing and music \ T l* ere wer e
ing furnished by R oss ° » i.^f latter be
! Among those p y reS e nt ww e - v. orchestr^
! and Louisa Le Claire }KhL vl'%. AUco
George Collett and Hen£ McCol,' * RUey '
members. The objea of "heX ,° K n f b '«S as
socials at least once a month V', to glve
winter under the imm«ii?t during the
Willis Mohaupt ' 5 H e m '™^ VlslM <>f
Erickson and Joe Grabne" eK'j 1 ' , °*CKr
season of 1596-.7; A ccrdiaV tn! ■> !? for th e
tended to their m«yffi '%",■"«» is ex "
past four years to visit tte?r rif.h ds ° f the
Arcade and Fauquier streets r ° Oms ' at
SaU?rday K e^ n S if ;g W a a t S h a fs re ho a m !y SUrPrised '■«
I Hammerlindl, John and Ed iuneb£ ,pr ?T k
; Kolodziej. Frank Koch Robert So hr^'
Henry Tlekamp. "°oert Schreiner and
A surprise was tendered Mrs 1 t tj _.
of No. 59 Winnipeg avenue WednesdfvivCn'
Ing by her sister-in-law, Miss HartnSu ™i
a few of her young friends. Thf evening ™
Eckert; Messrs. J. H. and E J 2. <?
McMahon, Eckert, E. Le Mire G Mc^Ln'
Milstead and E. Wetherbee. McMahon,
Mrs..J. H. Scott, of No. 300 Iglehart st-^t
entertained a few friends Wednesday ev en '
ing for Miss Kate Synon, who fV to depart
I soon for Europe, where she intends making
her future home. Those present were- V>
I and Mrs. J. W. Scott. Mr. and Mrs T T
i Gehan. Mrs. George Schroeder J t" tciii
| lams, William Kilty. Mr. and Mrs ' J w
j Scott and Will Gorman; Miss Sadie Gorman
I Miss Meagher. Miss Molan, of Minneapolis '
A dinner given by Mrs. William Dampler
at Mahtomedl. on the 10th inst.. was the oc
casion of a pleasant reunion of the members
of Mrs. M. M. Bunker's family. There were
I present: Mrs. William Culver, of California
! Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bunker, of Kansas City :
j Mr. ana Mrs. A. E. Bunker Chicago, and
1 Mrs. Bunker. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Reed and
! Mr. and Mrs. J. D. -B»nd and family, of 9t
Mrs. Qd«lJ,-.#&i^fife,* tr .«« t and Maple aye
] rue, enier-tfttpit^tfef ijt»yton'« Bluff Thursday
i Night club J««fcj^»k. fSJie rooms were dec-
I onled with autumn leave* and cut flower*.
THE SAINT PAUL GLOBE: - SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18, ' iß&<s.
Prizes were won by Mesdamen Andrews, Mc-
Cleary, Whitacre. Luncheon was served at
11 o'clock. Mrs. Whitman will entertain the
club next week.'
Mrs. Joseph Levy, of 276 East Eighth
street, was surprised toy her friends Satur
day afternoon in honor of her recent return
from Europe, where she spent the summer
months. The table was bedecked with flow
ers presented her as a welcome home.
Friday evening, the Rev. J. G. Simons, of
the Emanuel Evangelical church, waa pleas
antly surprised by the members of the church.
The evening waa pleasantly spent with recita
tions and songs, after which refreshments
Miss Davis, daughter of Court Commis
sioner Davis, leaves this week for Europe.
Wednesday evening Mlsa Davis was the guest
of honor a^ a large- surprise party mad* up
by her friends.
The men of the Laurel Cycle club gave a
smoke social Thursday night at the club
house on Laurel avenue. The young women
pf the club entertained Monday night.
Miss E. Swanson, of Lafayette avenue, en
tertained the Lafayette Whist club Friday
evening. Five tables were played, after which
refreshments were served.
Dr. and Mrs. C. Eugene Rtggs, who have
been in Europe for the past five weeks, will
sail on the stoamship St. Louis from Liver
pool Saturday, Oct. 24.
Clifford Trembly entertained at cards
Monday evening Messrs. Prinsen, Ziegler,
\\ inkier, McCabe, Germann and Post.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Curtis, of the Kenll
worth, entertained at oards Monday for Miss
Sunderdale, of Chicago.
Miss Esther Swanson, of Layfayette ave
nue entertained a few friends at whist last
Mrs. Rudolph Warner, of 765 Iglehart street,
entertained the Punch Bowl club Thursday
OF FITIBB INTEREST.
Mrs. De Vose, a missionary from Alaska,
who was received most enthusiastically by
the ladies who heard her at the Presbyterian
Women's Missionary synodical meeting a
woek ago, will be in St. Paul again this week.
She will address the ladles of the Westminster
church Wednesday afternoon, will speak at
the Wednesday evening meeting of the Day
ton Avenue church, and also hold a union
meeting Thursday afternoon at 2:80 in the
House of Hope.
Plans have been perfected by* the women of
Park Congregational church for a fair, to be
held on the afternoons of Dec. 10 and 11, in
the church parlors. The affair will be of an
elaborate order, and handsome booths and
tables will be arranged for the sale of fanoy
and useful articles, candy, dolls and all the
other odds and ends which go toward making
the Christmas fairs such delightful tempta
The Wyandotte club will give Its first hop
of th's season Tuesday evening in A. O. U.
W. Temple, Eighth and Wabasha streets.
The club wil also give dances on the fol
lowing evenings: Thanksgiving, New Year
The third meeting of the Monday Evening
Study circle will be held tomorrow at 8 o'clock
at the home of Miss Falrchild, 300 Dayton
avenue. Resume— F. R. Blgelow. Topics—
1., F. D. Monfort; 11., Miss Clark; 111., Web
Company D, N. G. S. M., will give a series
of six Informal hops, beginning Oct. 22, and
holding every other Thursday evening, after
the regular drill during the season. The
affair will be strictly on the invitation order.
A fair will be given by Ellsworth circle,
Ladies of the G. A. R., before the holi
days.. The committee includes Mesdames
A. H. Osgood, Helen Irish, Kate Burgess,
Maria Twi«s and R. S. Eldredge.
The Eton Euchre club was organized at the
home of Miss Cora Welch, on Dayton avenue,
Friday afternoon. It will meet bi-monthly.
Miss Warner, of College avenue, will enter
tain the club Friday, Oct. 23.
The teachers of the primary department of
the Dayton Avenue church have made ar
rangements for a reception to be given to
the parents of the children of that depart
ment Thursday, Oct. 23.
The regular monthly meeting of the Wo
men's Home and Foreign Missionary Society
of Plymouth Church will be held Tuesday at
three o'clock, with Mrs. W. B. Millard, 491
Liberty Council No. 5, J. O. U. A. M., will
give Its first annual ball Friday evening, Oct.
30, in Liedertafel hall, Congress and State
streets. Supper will be given by the Daugh
ters of Liberty.
The social hop of Unity Temple No. ,9, Rath
bone Sisters, takes place Wednesday evening.
The women in charge are Mrs. Ruth Eldridge
Mrs. Edith Belcher and Mrs. Helen Irish".
The art class of the high school opens
Monday, with Mrs. H. C. Burbank at As
head. A review of Italian art will be the
first of the year's "work taken up.
Dayton's Bluff Lodge No. 96, I. O. O. F.,
will hold its annual banquet ''Friday^ ' even
ing, Oct. 23, at Odd Fellows' hall, on. Rea
ney and East Seventh streets. ,
A co-operative bazaar will be h^d at
Christ church guild hall Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday of Thanksgiving week by
the women of Christ church.
Mrs. G. L. Beardslee has issued invitations
for a tea Thursday afternoon from 4 to 6
o'clock for Miss Beardslee, at their home on
The members of the Audubon Euchre club
will meet for reorganization at the residence
of Mrs. A. Harnish, 1067 West Seventh street,
Tuesday at 2:30.
The Wachepa Social club will open the sea
son by giving a reception and dance at the
new Elks' hall, Lowry arcade, Friday
evening, Nov. 6.
The ladles of Oak Circle No. 5, U. A. O.
D.. will give a grand ball Saturday, Oct.
31, 1896, at Assembly hall. Third and Wa
Mr. and Mrs. Norman McFarran, of Igle
hart street, will celebrate the tenth anni
versary of their wedding Tuesday evening,
The next dance to be given by the Bonum
Temtpus club is announced for Thursday even
ing at Oxford hall, Tenth and St. Peter
Miss Hallie Kelllher, of Grand avenue, has
issued invitations for a dancing party Thurs
day evening, Oct. 22, for Miss Cross, of Chi
The Wachepe club will open the reason by
giving a reception and hop at the Elk's new
hall, Lowry Arcade, Friday evening, Nov. 6.
• A social hop will be given by Knights of
St. George at C. S. P. S. Monday. Music
will be furnished by Stein's orchestra.
The Minnehaha Social club inaugurates its
social season by giving a hop in Ayd's "hall
Mrs. 8. P. Crosby will entertain informally
Monday evening, Oct. 26, at her home on
The Ladles' Afternoon club will meot
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Judson, of
St. Luke's Aid Society of St. Paul's Church
will meet with Mrs. Baldeur, 597 Holly ave
Mrs. Beardslee and Miss Beardslee, of Fair
mount avenue, have cards out for a tea Tues
Mrs. D. S. Sperry will entertain the Holly
Avenue Euchre club next Tuesday afternoon.
The annual contribution of the Needle Work
guild will be held Nov. 11 at the relief rooms.
The women of St. Paul's church will hold
a Christmas fair early In December.
The ladies of Eureka Lodge No. 59, De
gree of Honor, will give a musical and lit
erary entertainment and dance Friday even
ing in Central hall
The fifteenth dancing party of the Bon
Ami Social club will take place at Oxford
hall, Thursday, Nov. 19.
A minstrel show, followed by a dance, will
be given by Flora Rebekah Lodge No. 114,
Nov. 17, at Odd Fellows, hall, on Reaney and
East Seventh streets. • ':••
Minnewaska Tnbe No. 4 will give a
traveling moon dance Wednesday in A. O.
U. W. temple. Eighth and Wabasha streets.
The next meeting of Aid Society of First
Universalist Church will be held with Mrs.
Holt, of Pleasant avenue, Wednesday.
The Thimble Bee club meets Monday at
the home of Miss Agnes Thorn, in the Hi
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Arth celebrate their
golden wedding Monday at Sacred Heart
The class of '98 of the Humboldt school
will give a Hallowe'en party in the assembly
The next hop by Primrose Social club will
be given Nov. 4 in Assembly hall.
Mrs. Bost Sr. and Mrs. Young, from Cali
fornia, and Mrs. Pratt, Washington, D. C.
are guests of Mrs. Dearborn, 662 St. P»ter
Mrs. U. G. HutcMns, who has been the
guest of Mrs. W. A. Rodicke tor the last two
months, has returned to West Superior.
Mrs. N. M. Dean and daughter, of East
Tenth street, left, last evening, for a two
weeks' visit in Chicago.
Mrs. J. W. Chamberlin and family will re
turn to the city today, after an absence of
Mr. and Mrs. Hogg Jones will be at home !
to their friends at 723 Laurel avenue after
Robert McCleary and George Glenn left
Friday, for a week's hunting trip at Morris'
Mrs. "W. A, Higgir.s, of Albert Lea and
Miss Lora, are guests of William M. Higgins.
Mrs. W. A. yon Hoffman, of Chicago Is
a guest of Mrs. A. Poupeny, of Carroll .street.
Miss Mac Gunther, of New Yort^ [Jg- the
guest of Mrs. Barnacle, of Laurel ave*ue.
Miss Beda Anderson, who has been vlsltinK
with her sister, Mrs. John Bergit'fom, of
RANSOM & NORTON'S
Special Cloak Sale !
To stimulate trade (which is bound to *$teS~~
drag a little until after election), we have se- W
lected fourteen different lines of Jackets and *$foMs&
put samples in our windows. The prices on WPP
them are from $2.50 to $4.50 less than the W
gpods should retail at and pay even a fair W; X,
margin; but we know we shall be rushed in BfllSffflß^V
November, and we prefer to offer extra in- A %
ducements to divide the trade somewhat and i v
bring October business to where it ought to W , JP| W
be. Examine our window show, come in and ' , ®W^
see the Cloaks, and you'll surely purchase. llftg ffIMW
These are all new, fresh goods, in latest P
cloths, and are simply offered at a very small M -■■ JK
margin. No buncombe about this "ad" or Jp ''mk
the goods, but genuine facts. Umßm. £ffil^E%
Fine quality English Kersey, Mk&& Fine quality of Heavy Chev-
Taffeta Silk, colors peen.black Lined; think of the price,
d J afl ; frice $||.50. We WZ3 only $6.50. If you paid 810
think it the cheapest good iST J™ would still have £ood
ij Cloak we ever saw. ? value
| Bargain No. 2. Bargain No. 6.
A fine quality Kersey Jack- |; A fanc y rough Boucle in a very
et, in Black only, at the very Lin^d.^Price^^folcKD! 1
low price of $7.50. See it J; flsfl^ - ® \^N and others have sold many at
\ ' \ better quality.
Bargain No. 3. -J^^ I Bar B a4n No - 7 -
Genuine Irish Frieze Jacket, *WBs!gF Handsome tight fitted Jacket,
in Gray, Black and Tan This fWBf with braid and fur trimming-.
j| . was bought to sell at $12. au. i,W } We bought them to sell at Slfr.SO
We make the price $9.00. fc^fe and make the price $12 75
No -better garment for style which raa^s them the 'best
and hard use can be got. < ValUe aS " eW stock '
<[ Genuine Irish Frieze Jacket, j! jgjjsf §^^L||g^r
handsomely stitched, beauti- '! ££V i^^^^P^ assorted Cloaks for children, all 'I
> fully made, one of the best i MM t^wMf'^Wk BWell fine garments. We find at \>
coats we ever saw. We make > M iB^H|.|P«L °['f aal P rices ,. they were hi^ her i;
< t*ir\ /-k/^ ttt 4, , ) ,/t fflL»%jF^Mfc^sw > than people could pay, so we have /
the price $10.00. Would like j, jgf W^^^^Ml cut them 20 per cent, and they are 'I
you to try and match it. It's S ' sKP^^^Ts^. yours while they last. They will
a "swell"- Jacket. |i^P*^^Pßk sell in a few days.
W E Cant afford to P a^ for space to enumerate our other "Specials," or tell
W^^S^^mS^^^^fjm y° u about our whole stock; but we intend to do business* the next two
wee ks, and are prepared to show you as well selected and assorted a stock as
ran, rfm^HßlHWMil ii was ever shown in St. Paul, and take less profit by far than we should. Wise
99 andlOf'.E. 6th St buyers will take the time to investigate. All we ask is a comparison of our
styles and values with those of our competitors, and let the best man win.
York street, for the last few days, returned
to Chicago Friday evening.
Miss Benton, of Lake City, Is the guest of
Mrs. Kennedy, of Fort Snelliifg.
Mr. and Mrs. T>. D. Twohy, of Anaoonda,
Mont., are visiting Judge Twohy.
Capt. and Mrs. Howe are home from Wash
Harry W. Wack has gone to New York.
Mrs. H. A. Brewster returned Monday from
New York, where she waa called to attend
the funerai of her mother.
Rev C C. Hernatt and family removed on
Thursday to California, where they will make
their permanent home.
G G Woodruff, on his way to Nevada,
stopped with relatives in the Park during
Albert Watson and wife, of Terre Haute,
Ind., called on friends Wednesday.
Mr and Mrs. E. B. Hubbard entertained
A. H. Cordoza, -of t N«w Yock city.
Mrs. R. A. Farrar and daughter Lillian
spent Sunday with Park friends.
A lecture for young men was given on
Monday night in the chapeL
Mrs. A. D. Douglas received her friends in
the Park during the week.
Edward Field made a short Tlsit with his
aunt on Wednesday.
Miss Mand Jones will l«*ve Wednesday for
Mrs. Dr. Martin has returned to her iome
In Duluth.- , ..
J. C. Pinney entertained his father during
the week. '
ST. ANDREW'S CONVENTION.
Epliicopal Brotherhood | Meets la
Convention at Ptttahnrsr.
A thousand men ln^coifventlon as
sembled is an inspiring sfght at any
time. Human power, fbtelMctual, phy
sical and moral is something grandr
in itself, but when exerted In the acti
vities of assemblies of>jn*afr it be^ontea"
sublime. It ' awakens;" 4u»u»es, and
stirs men to deeds of .heroism, and
carries them away in storms of enthu
siasm, and often sweeps the multi
tudes with a' freh2y Of passion-. - "
It is therefore that peculiar interest
attaches to the convention of the Broth
erhood of St. Andrew now being, held
in Pittsburg, Pa,, where more than"
a thousand men are working together
for the spread of Christ's Kingdom
among men. Ever since Wednesday
last, these men from every part of the
country, representing hundreds of pett*^
lftfres and Dioceses of the Protestant
Episcopal church in America, have
been in continual session legislating
for the practical demonstration of re
ligion in the work of Christian broth
erhood and fellowship. Three hours
on Wednesday last were spent in quiet
devotions and instructions, led by a
clergyman from Canada. Thursday
morning the Bishop of Pitteburg deliv
ered the annual charge to the assem
Tn the afternoon of Thursday, Carne
gie Music hall was crowded to its full
est capacity at the organization of the
brotherhood convention, and to hear
spirited addresses from the Bishop of
Pennsylvania, Rev. Arthur Lloyd, of
Virginia; Rev. Dr. Stone, of Chicago;
and Silas Mcßee,. of Tennessee, on the
subject "Power, from on High."
Thursday nigftt great crowds filled
Trinity church with devout worship
pers, in preparation for the annual com
munion the next day. Friday morning
at the same church, at half past six
o'clock, the lord bishop of Edinburgh,
Scotland, celebrated the holy commun
ion, and nearly a thousand men partook
,91 the sacred feast.
Carnegie Music hall was again filled
later in the day, to participate in force
ful and practical discussions, led by
the well-known banker, James L.
Hougiiteling, of Chicago. Conferences
were held througliout Friday and Sat
urday on brotherhood work of every
description, being led by such promi
nent men of the church aa J. Seely
Ward, Alexander Hadden, Rufua W.
Frost, of New York city; also Theo
dore Roosevelt and John P. Faute, of
New York, and men from every walk
In life, from all over the land. Bishops,
statesmen, lawyers, physicians and
artisans, representing every profession
and trade, mingled their thoughts, and
exerted their best energies, for th«
clearer understanding of what te th«
Bsst way of dealing with the souls and
bodies of men, their closer fraternal
relations and the furtherance of th«
gospel of the Son of Man, Jesus Christ.
Today, Bishop WblppU, of Minne
sota, is to deliver the annual brotner
■ Eight picked young men of the par
ishes In this city, are In Pittsburg to
day proudly witnessing the grand old
bishop of ttois state of Minnesota, do-
Ing honor to the occasion. They will
-return home oa,!puesday next, bringing
with them «he detailed account of what
they have seei»l«jiJd heard. It is pro
pcaed to giv* tiiem & rousing welcome
at a public service which has been ar
ranged to be held Monday, Oct. 26, in
St. Paul's church, Ninth and Olive
streets, at 8 o'clock p. m.
LIBERAL SUNDAY SCHOOLS.
Their Welfare Will Be Considered
The monthly meeting of the Liberal
Sunday School Union of the Twin
Cities will be held at Unit-/ church,
Wabasha street and Summit avenue,
tomorrow evening. The meeting, while
under the auspices of the union, will
be open to all interested in Sunday
school work and those in attendance
will be given an opportunity -to. par
ticipate In a general discussion of
questions pertaining to the Sabbath
school. The business part of the meet
ing will be preceeded by a supper, ten
dered by the women of Unity church
to be followed by a social half hour,
when addresses will be made and pa
pers read. The regular session will
begin at 8 o'clock. The following pro
gramme has been arranged:
Devotional services; conducted by the presi
dent of the union.
Addrees and Discussion — •
Topic— "Music in the Sunday Schools."
Paper— Presented by Mr. and Mrs. D. F
Colvllle. House of Hope (Presbyterian) St.
Address— Rev. W. R. Lord, St Paul.
Mrs. S. B. Lovejoy, Church of the Re
deemer, Minneapolis. | "*
F. M. Bailey, St. Anthony Park.
Rev. Herman Haugerud. Nazareth church,
THE MISSES PIERCE
Wish to announce they have removed to
27 WEST FOURTH STREET, . co.
They wish to call the attention of the Ladies to the fact that
SPEGIfIL REDUCTION WILL BE MflDfc
Till Februaty,,;isfr\JFOß CASH ONLY.
ST. PAIR'S HARVEST VESTIVAL.
The annual harvest festival will b«
held at St. Paul's Episcopal church
Thursday evening next, commencing
at 8 o clock, and will consist of full
choral evensong: with musical selec
tions, which will be rendered by the
choir. The service will be conducted
by the Rev. Dr. Wright, rector, and tha
address will be delivered by Rev J
O. Ferris, of St. James church. Tha
order of service will be . as follows:
Organ selections at 7:45.
Processional Hymn — "Come, Ye Thank
ful People, Come" Elvoy
Anthem— "The Eyes of All Wait Upon
Thee, O Lord" a. R. Gaul
(With Soprano Solo.)
Processional and Responses in G Barnaby
Psalm 145 Turle in G
Magnificat in P B. Tours
Nunc Dimittls in P B. Tours
Duet— "l Will Magnify Thee, O God,
My King" Moscnthal
Hymn 408— "Jerusalem, the Golden". La Jeune
Address by Rev. John O. FerrU.
Hymn 32— "Savior, Again to Thy Dear
Name We Praise" Dykes
Solo — "Charity" , Faure
Offertory Anthem— "Thou Visitest the
Doxology ; Old 100
"Sevenfold. Amen" ; J. Stainer
Recessional Hymn 192— "Praise to God" —
— C. Kocber
Organ selections. .
The St. Paul Infants' Home association
wishes to thank most heartily each and
every one who in any way assisted them la
their work of charity, particularly the kind
and able artists who helped to make tha
benefit entertainment last Thursday even
ing so great a success.