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This week brings with It another
holiday, Thanksgiving, and enormous
family dinners will follow the service
held in the churches In the morning.
Skating will be in order in the after
noon. For custom has long decreed
that Thanksgiving day shall inaugu
rate the skating season, the weather
man willing, and every one who can
X rrow, beg:, buy or steal a pair of
skates goes skating. In the evening
there will be dancing parties all over
the city, though many of the events
MRS. FAIDEL-PHILLIPS, NEW LADY MAYORESS OF LOXDOX.
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Mrs. Faudel-Phillips, the new lady mayor
tss of London, is one of the leading Jew
esses of the English capital. Her husband,
the lord mayor, is the son of the late Sir
Benjamin Phillips, who was the first Hebrew
to serve in the corporation of London. Mrs.
Faudel-Phillips is the daughter of the late
Mr. Levy, proprietor of the Lodon Daily Tel
egraph, and a sister to Sir Edward Lawson,
the present proprietor, who changed his name
at the request of a rich uncle, who left him
a fortune for so doing. The lady mayoress
is a handsome, comely woman, with masses
of snowy white hair, and dark, arched eye
brows and brown eyes, which are very Ori
ental. Her beauty is of the Oriental type.
About Christinas the official family will re
move from their country house in Hertford
shire into the official residence in London —
celebrating Thanksgiving will be given
the night before.
Arrangements for the Chanty ball
are going ahead with rapidity and suc
cess. The women have all taken hold
with a will, determined to make this
year's ball the most brilliant and most
linancially successful of any given and
their efforts are being amply rewarded
by the interest the public generally has
taken in the event. Many of the de
tails contain the necessary spice of
novelty to attract others than the
dancers and the elaborate floral deco
rations will be in themselves worth the
price of a ticket. The tickets by the
way will this year include supper and
will admit two ladies and a gentleman.
The officers of the board, Mrs. J. B.
Hoxsie, Mrs. W. R. Merriam and Mrs.
W. H. Vittum will be assisted in re
ceiving the guests by Mrs. John Brooke,
Mrs. J. J. Hill, Mrs. W. B. Bend, Mrs.
E. C. Furness and Mrs. Rice. The floor
managers are announced as:
Capt. A. B. Johnson, Messrs. C. W. Cor
don, T. B. Scott, W. C. Reed. Sherman Finch,
W. S. G. Noyes, H. B. Wenzel. N. P. Lang
ford, J. L. Forepaugh. L. R. Newport, C. A.
Otis, A. W. Lindeke, W. W. Hancock, F. P.
Shepard, F. I). Monfort, William Dalrymple,
J. P. Trowbridge, C. A. Clark. W. Driscoll,
A. H. Cathcart. C. Weyerhaeuser, Dr. T. E.
\V. V. Appleby, Lieuts. J. H. Beacom and J.
And the ushers:
Messrs. W. 11. Lightner, R. D. Siewart,
11. E. Bigelow, J. H. Skinner, W. H. Yard
ley. E. B. Young, A. B. Sibley, F. E. Hanson,
E. G. llalbert, O. L. Taylor and E. A.
The list of box holders follows:
li. C. Shepard. W. R. Merriam. T. L. Schur
raeier. E. 11. Cutler, George Thompson. Col.
W. P. Clough. T. B. Scott, W. H. Lightner,
Philip Schufeldt, Mrs. Ambrose Tighe, Mrs.
A. Driscoll. Mrs. Floaty, Mrs. E. L. Abbott,
Mrs. L. L. C. Brooks.
The ladies in charge of. the dining
room will be:
Mrs. F. B. Bass, Mrs. Charles Bronson,
Mrs. F. E. Bird. Mrs. C. W. Carpenter, Mrs.
Oliver Dalrymple, Mrs. M. A. Forepaugh.
Mrs. Dennis Follett, Mra. R. B. Galusha,
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Mrs. Henry Hale, Mrs. Arthur Henderson,
Mrs. Thomas Irvine, Mrs. A. G. Langford,
Mrs. Stewart Moore, Mrs. J. E. MoWilliams,
Mrs. E. J. McGoucan, Mrs. J. C. Norton,
Mrs. D. B. Stanton, Mrs. H. F. Stevens, Mrs.
A. K. Sharood, Mrs. Reuben Warner, Mrs.
J. W. White.
They will be assisted by Mrs. J. W. Baas,
Mrs. E. A. Senkler, Mrs. D. W. Rhodes, Mrs.
E. W. Peet, Mrs. John Ames, Mrs. D. W.
Dyer, Mrs. Jacob Schadle.
A children's carnival will be held
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings in
Columbia hall, Prior and University
avenues, under the auspices of the
Ladies' Guild of Merriam Park. The
programme for Tuesday evening fol
Instrumental Duet —
Bessie Trumbull and Marie Craig.
Recitation Laura Cook
Topsy-Turvy Dante —
Charlie Walters, Val Walters, Stevens
Crouse, Joel Bixby, Josef Lonegren, E. B.
Norfhrup, Luther Stauffer, Armene Wat
kins, Katherrne Evans, Katherine Lowman,
Susie Small, Zaida Stewart, Pearl Johnson.
Violin Solo Master Charles Walters
Lullaby Song Katie Watson
PLAY IN THREE ACTS.
Mail in the Moon Parker Slmson
the Mansion house. A great ball wfll be
given on that occasion, at which Mrs. Fau
del-Phillips will preside. Her two daughters,
one of whom will make her debut at the
ball, will act as maids of honor to the lady
mayoress. The ladies of the official party
will be gorgeously gowned. The dresses are
now being made in Paris especially for this
occasion. Mrs. Faudel-Phillips is largely in
terested in charitable work. Her ruling pas
sion is china. The height of her ambition,
she says, is to have a different set of china
for every day in the year. Her country and
town houses are filled with china, a glance
anywhere through them being enough to dis
close the lady's hobby. The country man
sion of the Faudel-Phillipses is Ball's Park,
Hertford, and their town houses are one in
Grosvenor Gardens, London, and another In
Mother Goose Eitta Zahm
Santa Claus Roy Milham
Jack Homer John McClure
Old Woman "who swept cobwebs from
sky" Laura Cook
Little 800-Peep Eddie Budy
Little 800-Peep Ruth Vio? tirup
Mother Hubbard Freda Zahm
Little Bachelor Charlie Burlock
Little Bride Katheriue Stewart
Old Woman in Shoe Jenet McClure
Little Red Riding Hood Nellie Overpeck
King Cole Guy Bell
I Gordon Henderson
Fiddlers Three I Marrion Small
j Carl Lonegren
Jack Spencer Searls
Jill Margery Henderson
Rock a'by Baby Winnifred Dooley
Old Woman (with rings on her fingers
and bells on her toes) Carla Lonegren
Bishop of Canterbury Robert Benham
Sunflower Concert— Vocalists: Mesdames
Grouse, DuFresne, Harmon. Misses Cham
berlain, Bralnerd, Misses Merrill, M. Stokes,
Ritchie, McKowan, Stokes.
The Wednesday evening programme will
be: Music; play, "Courting of Mother
Goose," repeated; "A Trip Through the Yel
lowstone Park," illustrated by stereoptlcon
views by Prof. Sonnen.
Home made candy will be offered for
The programme announced for the
annual entertainment for the day nur
sery to be given Tuesday evening in
Dayton Avenue church Is as follows:
Symponie Op. 74 Victor Mo vet
Simple Aveu Thome
Miss Hope's Ladies Mandolin and Violin Club.
Reading Mrs. James Weirick
"The Animated Clock,"
By Mrs. C. E. Clarke.
Father- Time Carl Schuneman
1 o'clock (policeman) Mark Hawkins
2 o'clock (doctor) Harry Manly
3 o'clock (mother) Bessie Breen
4 o'clock (farmer) Birch JBurnett
5 o'clock (milkmaid) Martin RiehanUon
6 o'clock (cook) Marjorie Spates
Minute Irene O'Reagan
Gavotte T. F. Morse
Waltzes— "Zenda" s Trenkau
Miss Hope's Ladies' Mandolin and Violin Club
Solo Miss Grace Morehouse
7 o'clock (newsboy) Leon Graves
8 o'clock (shop girl) Josephine Emerson
9 o'clock (school boy) Grant McCartney
10 o'clock (chimney sweep) Thomas Swem
11 o'clock (bishop) Edward Baird
12 o'clock (bride) Virginia Sehuneman
Bridegroom Russell Clark
Bridesmaid Helen Roberts
Bridesmaid Louise Warren
THE SAINT PAUIr GLOBE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1896.
••The expected Cloak Boom for which we have prepared did not come. We find ourselves stocked
with 15,000 more Cloaks than we ought to have at this time of the year, and we are determined
that not one of them shall remain on our hands. To accomplish this we have decided on re
ductions Of prices that are usually made in January_- re ritirt»nn g such as have never been made by any
cloak firm in the history of merchandising, style, quality, fit and workmanship considered. For
these are all new goods, every garment made within the last four weeks, and many of them in
work at this writing. They are staple styles and shapes, and are our best sellers, the only
things we would make at this time of year."
THE above extract is from a circular just at hand from one of NOW, AS TO W~2 Hl&IE » ■
the largest Cloak houses in the country. It explains the OUR STOP^ OF l~^ 9 l\J 1^ I — * f f? C^
situation as we all find it at present, and for the third season | IIIL Lj 1 | V«*3 •
in succession the consumer is going- to get a benefit and get her Of ™,^o 1 , • ,
Cloak at prices far below value. If we can duplicate our stock at a w™t ♦«?,♦£ 7 ° UT S "* nght "* We kn ° W that We
BIG CUT we must make a big cut on what we have. Well, the J "?"' tO ? mn them lnt ° m + one * S0^ c ar f P rett ? *™ to trade to
woes of the poor retailer in Cloaks and Furs the past three years have gather if you come and try us. We will give you a great bar
been so many that a few more wont count. We don t want to say S
§^* Ha Sf -Price Sale I^* otter jacket,
to you again as we did last year, for we don't have to, as our stock FUR CAPE
is light and in cheap and medium goods, and last year it was heavy
and in high-priced goods; but we will make slashing reductions, or anything else you may want in Fur. We are well aware that
which will allow you to own your choke of our Cloaks at a price while there are hot a whole lot of people that have money to buy
lower than you should. Come in and bring FIVE OR TEN Furs this year, still there are a good many, and those are "the ones
DOLLARS with you and see how much you can do. WE MEAN we want to see. Our goods are all new (mostly made or put in
BUSINESS, and you will find an elegant assortment of garments stock in the past few weeks), and we feel that if trade doesn't come
already marked very close, which we will make a price on that will naturally we must MAKE it come, and we will do our part if you
MAKE you buy if you need a Cloak. . w in come and let us know what you want.
Usher Stewart Bryant
Usher Allie Warren
Flcwer girls. Florence Fulton, Elsie Alexander
page Gordon Bryant
Bride's father Willie Warren
"Bridal Chorus and Wedding March"—
Miss Hope's Ladies' Mandolin and Violin Club
Farther Time, the hours and the bridal
party Invite you to meet them in the adjoin
ing parlor, where refreshments will be eerv
ed without charge.
Miss Lou White, Accompanist.
Refreshment Committee— Mrs. B. H. Evans
and Mrs. Phillip Reilly.
Reminiscences of Grandma's early
days, a unique and pleasant entertain
ment, "will be given In the Guild hall
of St. Peter's church, Fourth and Ma
ple streets, at 8 o'clock, by the Minis
tering Children's league, for the bene
fit of the Mission Sunday school at
East Seventh street. There will be a
sale of fancy articles following the en
tertainment. Florence Smith repre
sents grandma, and Marie Babbidge
the grand-daughter. The other little
girls will appear in the illustrations
representing "Grandma's Early Days."
There will also be a varied programme
in connection with this entertainment.
A doll carnival will attract the little
people to the parlors of the Aberdeen
this week. Friday the Children's Ward
Society of St. Luke's hospital will give
a doll show for the benefit of the chil
dren's ward of the hospital.
The Children's Aid Society of St.
Luke's hospital will hold a fair in
Christ church guild hall this week be
ginning Monday and running till
Wednesday, when Our Mutual Help
society, of Christ church will, on a co
operative basis, place on display a fine
assortment of articles for the benefit
of missionary purposes. There are
to be nine tables, and they
will be In charge of the different so
cieties which have the privilege of run
ning a booth by paying a certain per
cent of their sales to the Mutual Help
society. The Parish Aid so
ciety will have a table of
fancy Christmas novelties and
this will be in charge of Mrs. R. L.
Gorman, assisted by Mrs. J. T. Aver
ill, Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. Murphy, Mrs.
Borland, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Patterson,
Mrs. McGee, Mrs. Lynn, Mrs. De Camp,
Mrs. Hoag, Mrs. Barker, Mrs. Beards
lee, Mrs. McNamara, Mrs. Detmars,
Mrs. Thurston, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs.
Lawton. Mrs. Beecher, Mrs. Dyer, and
Mrs. Lincoln. These women will be in
charge at different times on different
days. Miss Le Due, of Hastings, will
have an exhibition of painting and
A contributors table for those who
do not want to take care of the articles
they contribute, will be In charge of
Miss Mabel Horn, Miss Wood, Miss
Relf and Miss Elsie Hall.
There will be a candy table under the
auspices of Miss Lyon and Miss Bul
A table, freighted with Thanksgiving
pies, cakes, jellies and all sorts of
goodies will be superintended by Miss
Officer and Miss Borup.
Miss Espy will be in charge of an at-
tractive fish pond particularly de
voted to the Interest of the children.
An art corner, filled with- paintings,,
bric-a-brac and water colors, will be
in charge of Miss Maud Espy and Miss
Other tables are:
Novelties — Miss Andrews, Miss Na
pier, Miss Bessie Hall.
Mutual Help Table— Miss Foster,
Tuesday evening- there will be a re
ception for friends, and a programme
of music and reading for entertain
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Weyerhaeueser
will return the early part of the week
from their wedding trip, and will spend
a few days In St. Paul before going to
their home In Cloquet. A large family
dinner party will be given Thanks
giving day at the Lindeke residence
on Summit avenue in their honor.
Mrs. John S. Prince gives a dinner
party Thanksgiving day.
The women of the board of the Wom
en's Christian home wish to have the
public keep that institution in mind
when planning for Thanksgiving do
natione. The home is in need of a
great many things, and donations of
any kind will be thankfully received
by the women.
Dr. and Mrs. Beecher, of Holly
avenue, gave a dinner Monday even
ing for the Farnhain-Wright bridal
Air. and Mrs. Maurice Auerbach, of
Summit avenue, gave a dinner Monday
evening. Mrs. Barnhardt, of Fort
Leavenworth, Kan., was the guest of
honor. Covers were laid for eleven.
The table was handsomely decorated
with white chrysanthemums and smi
A new pleasure club was organized
Monday evening at the home of Miss
Gallusch, on Holly avenue. The mem
bers are Misses Gallusch, Jennings,
Walte, Humphrey, Crawford, Miner,
Vittum, Messds. Edwards, Bishop,
Wheeler, Dr. Hunt, Gallusch, Jennings.
Miss Waite, of Iglehart street, next
entertains, when a name will be se
lected. Euchre will be played. Dr.
Hunt was chosen president.
The largest social event of the week
was the Hill reception Thursday after
neon when Mrs. J. J. Hill presented
Miss Charlotte Hill to St. Paul society.
Miss Otis made her debut Thursday
eve ning at the home of Judge and Mrs.
Cornish, Summit avenue.
Mrs. E. G. Megroth, of Goodrich ave
nue, gave a large reception Tuesday
Gen. Brooke gave a dinner at the
Aberdeen Thursday evening. Those
present were Col. and Mrs. Noabe, Col.
and Mrs. Glenn, Col. and Mrs. Tilton,
Col. and Mrs. Hunter, Capt. and Mrs.
Thomson, Capt. and Mrs. Dudley. Capt.
and Mrs. Roe, Miss Foote and Col.
Mrs. G. S. Pernald, of Lincoln avenue,
gave a luncheon Wednesday for Miss
Wilson, of Alabama.
Mrs. George C. Squires gave an af
ternoon tea Monday for Mrs. Wicker-
Bham, of New York.
Mrs. Hoit, Miss L. G. Lenhart and
Miss T. B. Whitney gave an at home
Thursday at the residence of Mrs. Hoit,
on Pleasant avenue.
Mrs. E. H. Cutler gave a dinner
Thursday for Miss Furness and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Devereaux, of
Holly avenue, gave a card party Thurs
Mrs. C. G. Titcomb gave a small whist
party Monday afternoon at the Genes
Col. and Mrs. W. M. Liggett have
cards out for a reception Tuesday even
Mrs. Horn and Miss Horn will give
a Thanksgiving breakfast Thursday for
Mrs. P. M. Hennessy, of Ashland
avenue, gave an informal afternoon
Mrs. and Mrs. J. H. Ames, Miss
Ames and Miss Appleton have Issued
cards for an "at home" Tuesday even
Mrs. Alexander . Cathcart gave a
euchre party Wednesday afternoon. A
company of young women were enter
Miss Berry will open an evening class in
dancing at the Aberdeen on Friday, Nov. 28
at 8 p. m.
The marriage of Mlbs Mac Belle Lovering
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eben Lovering, to
\\ilham Waldron, which was solemnized
Tuesday evening at the residence of th°
bride's parents, 1623 Stevens avenue was a
very pretty affair. Rev. \V. W. Dawley, of
the Central Baptist church, officiated Frank
Kreiger of St. Paul, played the wedding
march from Lohengrin, and during the cere
mony Miss Veorge played the Ava Maria, on
the violin. As the bridal party approached
the floral arch in the parlor, the little flower
girls untied the ribbons, which formed an
aisle, and held them for the party to pass
through. The bride wore white mousseline
de soie over white satin and carried a bou
quet of Bride roses. The bridesmaids were
Nina Kreiger and Miss lone Winch of St
Paul. Both wore white organdy over white
satin, and carried bouquets of white chrysan
themums. Two little flower girls, the Misses
Minette and Beatrice Lovering, of St. 'Paul
nieces of the bride, wore pink organdy and
carried bouquets of small pink chrysanthe
mums. Frank D. Lovering, of the Security
bank, attended as best man; John Pariseau
and Harvey Rodgers were ushers. Palms and !
white chrysanthemums in profusion made the
rooms a bower of beauty. Especially effective
was the arch of ferns and chrysanthemums
between the two parlors. The sitting room
was very prettily decorated in pink and white
Guests from out of town were J. L. Lovering'
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Lovering, the' Misses
Kreiger and Miss Winch, from St. Paul.
Wednesday evening. Nov. 18, John H. Hogg,
of St. Paul, Minn., was married to Miss Lena
Williamson. The ceremony was performed
by ihe Rev. Marcus Scott, of the Central
Presbyterian church, at the residence of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George William
son, 43 Labrosse street, Detroit, Mich. The
decorations were pink and white, and the
presents numerous, useful and beautiful.
Among those present were Mrs. M. Foster
Chafey. of Ithaca, Mich.; John R. Williamson, i
of the firm of Williamson & Brother, Lexing
ton, Ky., uncle of the bride; Mr. and Mrs
Victor Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles S
Baxter. Mr. and Mrs. J. Clarkson, Miss Clark
son, Mrs. Hogg. Mr. W. Miller, Miss Hogg
Mrs. William Pajot, Miss Alexander, Miss
Hamilton and Mr. A. Love, of Windsor, Ont. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Nielson, Mr. and Mrs. J. 'w!
Morrison, Miss Morrison, Mrs. McAlpln, Mr
and Mrs. Robert Williamson, Miss Maggie
Williamson and Andrew Williamson, Detroit
Mich. Miss Hogg, the sister of the groom]
was bridesmaid, and W. Miller groomsman.
A number of congratulatory telegrams iii
English. French and German were received
from New York, Ohio, Illinois. Minnesota and
Canada, which were read to the guests.
The happy couple left for Chicago at 11:05 p.
m.. where they will remain for a short time,
thence to their future home in St. Paul, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. Hogg will be at home at No.
121 East Fairfleld avenue.
The marriage of Miss Margaret J. Raff erty
to Henry 11. Miller took place Thursday after
. rqpn at 3 o'clock at the home of Rev. Father
L«b, pastor of St. John's Catholic church, who
performed the ceremony. Miss Anna Grab
ner was maid of honor and Thomas Gavagin
best man. Tho bride was handsomely attired
In a blue-gray silk, with trimmings of satin
and chiffon and carried bridal roses. The
maid wore a black suit and pink roses, Tlie
flower girl, the bride's little sister, wore
ora&m ana curled a basket of flowers. A
supper followed. Covers were laid for. twenty
five. Mr. and Mrs. Miller will begin house
keeping at once at 741 Sims street.
Invltatiops are out for the marriage of Miss
Maud Beatrice Herson and George Fetsch,
which takes place Wednesday morning at St.
Luke's Catholic church. Rev. Father Me-
Nulty will officiate. Miss Rose Fetsch, the
groom's sister, and James Herson. the bride's
brother, will be the attendants. George Shee
han and Walter Cummings will be the ushers.
The marriage of Miss Retta O. Gorman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Broderick, of
I Dayton avenue, to Albert L. Roth, of the
I Second National bank, takes place in St.
I Joseph's ch'urcli Wednesday morning at half
past 9 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram D. Brown have issued
cards for the marriage of their daughter
I Geneva M. to Joseph Henry Beck. The wed
; ding will be celebrated Tuesday evening at
; the family residence on Portland avenue.
The engagement of Lieut. Dean, of this
city, one of Gen. Brooke's staff, and Miss
Mary Dandy, daughter of Gen. Dandy, of
Omaha, is announced. The wedding is to
take place some time in the near future.
Miss Kate Wright, daughter of Maj. and
i Mrs. B. F. Wright, was married Tuesday
j afternoon in Dayton Avenue Presbyterian
! church, to William H. Farnham. Rev. |
; Maurice D. Edwards officiated.
Miss Louisp Edna Dutcher. of Brooklyn, N. j
i V.. and Arthur M. Wickwire, of St. " Paul, '
t were married Wednesday in the former city. I
j They will reside on Crocus hill, St. Paul.
The engagement of Miss Nora Lee, of Pitts
: burg, Pa., and Walter Custer Cunningham, of
| this city, has been announced. The wedding
i will take place in the near future.
Miss Mildered Scoville and Ernest G. Cum
'■ mings were married Monday at the residence
; of the bridegroom, 544 Lafayette avenue. Rev.
M. C. Cummings officiated.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Bryant announce
i the engagement of their daughter, Miss Vir
! ginia Frances Bryant, to William Smith Rog
ers, of New York.
The engagement is announced of Miss
Otttlie Walthcrs to S. A. Perkins, of New
Notwithstanding the inclement weather
Tuesday evening. St. Peter's (Episcopal) mis
sion rooms at Post Siding was completely
i filled by the children in that neighborhood,
j who turned out en masse to witness the
magic lantern so kindly exhibited by Rev. C.
E. Haupt. rector of Messiah church. The
views exhibited were those connected with
the life of Christ, covering the time of Ills I
birth until the ascension. Mr. Haupt gave a
clear and lucid explanation o# each view as
they passed through the lantern. It was not
only enjoyable, but exceedingly instructive.
A vote of thanks by the little ones was ten
dered Mr. Haupt at the conclusion. Rev. A.
T. Gesner, rector of St. Peter's, was present.
The Ladies' Aid Society of Westminster !
Presbyterian Church gave a gingerbread
social, followed by a musical and literary
entertainment, in the parlors of the church
The teachers of Plymouth Sunday sghool
gave a reception Tuesday evening in the !
church parlors for the pupils and their par- i
The Ladies' Aid of the Unlversallst Society
gave a needle and thread party Tuesday at
the home of Mrs. French, at the Albion.
A reception and social were given at
Unity church Thursday evening for Rev. S.
M. Crothers, late pastor of the church.
The Young Women's Club of First Baptist
Church was entertained Thursday by Miss
Gertrude Gates, of Summit avenue.
Mrs. Asa Goodrich, of Nelson avenue, gave
a Kensington tea Tuesday for the benefit of
The young people of First M. E. church
gave a social Tuesday evening in the parlors
of the church.
Tho young peopje of People's church gave i
a dime social Friday evening in the church
The young people of People's church gave '
a social Friday evening in the church parlors.
The women of Pilgrim church gave a mili
tary drill Tuesday evening in the church.
An olden time New England tea will be
given Thanksgiving evening in the parlors
of the Central Presbyterian church by the
ladies aid society of the church. The young
ladies assisting will be attired in old* cos
tumes, powdered hair, etc. In addition to the
regular supper a fancy table will be in
charge of Mrs. O. J. Reynolds and Mrs?
Shaw. Mrs. Mason and Mrs. R. P. Lewis
will preside at the housekeepers table. An
excellent programme will be given during the
evening. Mrs. T. D. Simonton and Mrs.
William Donaldson have the affair in charge.
Miss Dora Allness, of Ashland avenue
will give a sleigh rida party Thanksgiving
The annual entertainment of the Junior
King's Daughters takes place Wednesday
evening at Unity church hall, on Wabasha
street. "The Register," under the direction
of Miss Hawkins, will be given. Those ir.
the cast are Misse3 Alice Wright, Florence
Messmer, Messrs. William Cochrane, Paul
Weed and Roberts. Several otherattractlons
will be added. Another meeting of the com
mittee will be held tomorrow evening at
Urn residence of Miss .Clough, on Summit
hltl ? ?•«. 1 l W6n .^ young womon "em
bers of the circle will be assisted by a large
number of patronesses. b
The seniors of the Humboldt school will
give a large entertainment Thanksgiving we
«?L^ c ™ eflt i ° f v. the eloc ution work in tho
school. This is the first of a series of such
entertainments the class will give during
f'?i ce r '. There win be ** excellent mv?
sical and literary programme.
The Wyandottes have made arrangements
for a grand ball, to be given at A. O. U. W.
Temple, corner Eighth and Wabasha streets,
Thanksgiving eve. A large number of in
, vitatlons have been issued, and the party
j promises to be one of the season's gayest.
' vl h ? £ < T, llla £u Club will glve a serman at
; fcJks hall. Thanksgiving evening. T. L.
I h i Ung ™ W , i i', lead " Music win be furnished
by the Third United States Infantry band.
| W. C. Reed, Joseph Blakely and C. D.Thomp-
I son are the committee.
»u Da £; on ,'! Bluff Cam P N °- 20, Woodmen of
the World, will give a social hop Thanks
; giving evening at their hall, Seventh and
I Keaney streets. The Twin City Mandolin
i club will furnish the musical numbers.
The Minnehaha Social club will give a
Thanksgiving ball Wednesday evening at
Twin City hall, Rice, Wabasha and University
avenues. Brose's Mandolin orchestra will be
I in attendance.
The We Girls' club, of Merriam Park will
I give a leap year party at Woodruff's hall
j Thanksgiving night. Music will be fur
j nished by the St. Anthony Hill orchestra.
Mr. and Mrs S. P. Crosby will celebrate
the tenth anniversary of their wedding by
giving an evening reception at their home,
on Goodrich avenue, Wednesday evening.
Division No. 2, auxiliary to the A. O. H.,
will give a social hop Thanksgiving night
at Twin City hall, corner Rice street and
Division No. 3, Indies' Auxiliary to the
A. O. H., will give a hop Thanksgiviug eve
at Central hall, corner Sixth and Seventh,
Miss Mabel Banker and Miss Florence Kim
ball will entertain Thanksgiving evening at
the home of Miss Baker, 92 Prospect terrace.
The Catholic Order of Foresters will give
a supper and dancing party Thanksgiving
evening at Hardy's hall. White Bear Lake.
The Henrietta Athletic and Social club
will give its first social hop Thanksgiving
eve at its hall, 105 East Fifth street.
The Four Leaf Clover club will give its
first hop Thanksgiving eve at Garfield hall,
on Arcade and Fauquier streets.
The next social hop of the Ivy Leaf Danc
ing club will be given in Oxford hall Wednes
Melva Wilgus. of 733 Laurel avenue, en
tertains the Qui Vive Cinch club Wednes
Mrs. Clinton Ruff, of Goodrich avenue, will
give a dinner party Thanksgiving day.
The Standard club will give a reception at
the club rooms Thanksgiving night.
The Irish-American club gives a banquet
Miss Julia Wilde was agreeably surprised
by her parents Friday evening. Ethel Wat
son, Miss Graves, Marguerite Dickey, Alice
Cody, Mac Courtney, Jennie Pickett, Lulu
Houle, Edna Baltic, George Leonard. Wil
lie Watson, Louis La Rose, Fred Parker
Bert Gill, John Finley, Frank Maher. Allen
Henutsman, Lizett Smith, Charles Bleuett,
Victor La Rose, George Bluett, Howard
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Darragh, who havo
recently returned from their wedding trip,
are at home for the winter at D 97 Holly"
avenue. : , . ' ?HHB||
Mrs. Fred Snyder, of Sioux Falls, is a
guest of Mrs. George Campbell, of Selby
avenue. She will remain In St. Paul a week.
Miss Mamie Genois has returned home from
Duluth, where she has spent' the summer
months visiting friends and relatives.
Judge Otis, of Milwaukee, was the guest
the early part of the week of his brother.
Judge Otis, of Ashland.
Mrs. P. C. Putnam and son, of Great Falls,
Mont., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. 11. Put
nam, of Third strtet.
Lieut. Wilder, the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Watkins, of Holly avenue, has returned to
Senator and Mr?. Stockton and Mrs. Edward
Funk, of Faribault, are the guests of Mra.
Weber Phompson, of tho Marlborough.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stine. of Chicago, aro
visiting at the home of their son, W. I.
Stine, on West Central avenue.
Miss Evans, of Buffalo, who. has been tho
guest or Miss Winter, of Summit avenue, has
Miss Clara Powers, of Powers. N". D., Is
th_e_ guest of M!sa Castle, of Western avenue.
Mrs. C. D. Gilftlian and the Messrs. Gl!
--fillan aro at the Albion.
Miss Sadie O'Brien.- of Portland avenue, is
visiting in Red Wing.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stiekney have returned
from a trip to Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs^.^mor^-of the Aberdeen, ar«
home from Duluth.
Mrs. Flynt, of Wefcte.rn avenue, la home
from St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Byllesby ora at tha
Mrs. Chariot McKean i» homo from Urn