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Royal Baking Powder
ball Tuesday evening. The ladles" progressive
prize was won by Mrs. John Bender and was
an elaborate center piece. The briar pipe
which was the gentlemen's progressive prize,
was won by J. A. Willwerscheid. The foot
prizes were awarded Miss Meyer and Mr.
S?itz. Luncheon was served In the dining
room. The hop which followed consisted of
twelve numbers, and a hundred couples danced
until 1 o'clock. This was the first of a series
of parties to be given during the winter.
The Misses Jose and Mary Winter, Mary
Sherman and Mary Schroeder. Charles Ehr
nianntram and Adolph J. Fetsch were in
Miss Edna Dawson entertained, informally
on Tuesday evening at her home, 368 Ramsey
street. Progressive cinch was played. Miss
Mac Dorgeloh winning the head prize and Miss
Margaret Dorgeloh taking the foot prize.
Those present were Misses Ida MeCraw. Lu
cretia Leithoid. L. Francis. Mac and Margaret
Dorgeloh, Alice Graves, Anna and Bessie
Roach. Flora and Maude Dawson and Messrs.
I>. S. Coffey, \V. W. Sheire, J. Slocum, L.
Hoyt, 11. J. Mc.Manus, J. W. Kimball, C.
Mullen. G. A. Francis. M. Comer, A. Schur
niann. T. Mc.Manus. P. J. Webb.
Mis. Pearl Logan, of .76 Selby avenue, was
very pleasantly surprised by her friends Fri
day evening in honor of her sixteenth birth
day. The evening was spent in games. Dainty
refreshments were served. Those present
were: Misses Cora Kirchhoff. Mamis Smith.
Clara Conrad Myrtle Smith. Katie Vars. Bat
tle New-heart. Isla Stubbs, Elsie Larsen,
Emma Fisher: Messrs. Bert Wilson, Albert
Brant, Dick Myers. Will Crandall. Sidney
Gosling. Frank Gosling, Warren Stubbs.
The Misses Fanning entertained the "Just
Sixteen Social Club" Thanksgiving eve. The
house was artistically decorated with smilax
and chrysanthemums. Music was furnished
by the Sangamon string orchestra, ln at
tendance were the Misses Ward, Cullan, Whit
ting. Nipper. Ackman, Marshall, ."aster Tay
lor, Riley, Kent, and Messrs. Will Lanlev,
Will Quinlan. George Gillspee, F. Marmon,
Thorp. Murphy, Dickson, Mann and Curry.
The Shawondasee club gave its first party
at Litt's Tuesday evening. The officers are:
President, J. H. Boyd; vice president, S. R
Jameson; secretary. H. Bailee; treasurer, G.
A. Morton: financial secretary, L. G. Schnltt
ger. The Twin City Mandolin club furnished
a specially selected programme for the event
which was appreciated by the Shawondasees
and their guests.
The Wyandotte, gave a Thanksgiving »..ll
in A. O. I", temple Wednesday evening. \
large number of young people danced awiv
the hours to the merry strains of the St.
Anthony Hill orchestra. The floor was in
charge of George Mussel. During the even
ing refreshments were served ln the banquet
hall, on the lower floor.
A family dinner was given Thanksgiving
cay at the home of Mrs. E. S. Greer on
Iglehart street. The following were the guests:
Mrs. G. W. Merrill. Miss M L. Ogden B
O. Chapman, S. O. Merrill, D. R. Merrill Mrs
J.G. RihHdaffer,- Misses- R-ihtldaffer and -Walter
The Ladies' Afternoon Euchre played at
cards Tuesday afternoon at the residence of
at cards Tuesday, at. the residence, ot. Mrs. .
Lanpher, on Dayton avenue. Prizes were
-won by Mrs. Doollttle. Mrs. Brown, Mrs.
Hubbell and Mrs. Dana.
-Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Wallich, 619 Selby
avenue, gave a Thanksgiving dinner to a
number of their friends, the dinner being
served at 7 o'clock. There was music and
cards in the evening.
Mrs. H. W. Dickman pleasantly entertained
at a Thanksgiving dinner. She was as
sisted by her sisters. Misses Emma and
Florence Starkey. Covers were laid for six
The Twentieth Century club gave an en
tertainment Wednesday evening ln the club
rooms on Fourth street. It was the birthday
of the president of the club. A. L. Browne.
Mrs. J. Morganstein entertained Thanks
giving in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Monhelmer,
of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Kuhn, of Lake
City. Covers were laid for fourteen.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean, of Victoria street, enter
tained Thanksgiving. Covers were laid for
ten. Among those present were Miss Dean
ar.d Miss McCarthy, of Hastings.
A number of West Side young people
danced last evening at Brack's hall. The
festivities continued until 12, a card of four
teen nuipbev* being danced.
The most notable society event of the
season at Merrlam Park was the leap year
party given by the We Qirls club at Wood
ruff's Thanksgiving night.
The women of First Unlversalist church
gave a cinch party Tuesday evening at tne
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Williams, 537
M~r. and Mrs. AY. G. Menz. of 548 Bradley
street, celebrated their third anniversary by
giving an oyster supper to a few of their
The Standard club gave a German festi
val in celebration of Thanksgiving Thurs
day night, in the clut rooms in the Endicott
__ A children's carnival by the women of St.
Mary's parish, Merriam Park, was given
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings of last
A dolls' carnival was given Friday after
noon in the parlors of the Aberdeen by young
women interested in St. Luke's hospital.
The Little Helpers of Mount Zlon Temple
gave a sale of fancy articles Wednesday af
ternoon and evening in the temple.
Miss Catherine Leona*-"' and Miss Rose
Nott entertained informally Tuesday evening
at their home on Summit avenue.
A genuine Thanksgiving dinner was giv.n
by Mrs. Chariot Weber Thursday evening.
Covers were laid for twelve.
Mrs. Harcourt Horn and Miss Horn enter
tained at a buffet breakfast Thanksgiving
morning for Miss Bend.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Pruden. of Ashland
avenue, entertained the Fortnightly club
Mr. and Mrs. Lamb, of 342 Martin street,
gave a Thanksgiving dinner, covers being
laid for six.
The Choral Society of First German church
gave a conundrum social Tuesday evening in
The Ideal Euchre club met Tuesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Lanpher, on Day
The young ladies of Assumption parish
gave a card party in Oxford hall Tuesday
The woiren of the Cathedral gave a large
card party Thanksgiving night ln Cretin hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Butler, of Summit
avenue, gave a card party Tuesday evening.
Miss Espy, of Summit avenue, entertained
the Literary club Wednesday evening.
The Tvy Leaf club gave a dancing party
Wednesday evening in Oxford hall.
The Minnehaha club gave a party Wednes
day evening in Twin City hall.
Miss Bass, of Summit avenue, entertained
the Fudge club Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Harris entertained at
the Ryan Thanksgiving night.
OF FITI RE INTEREST.
Owing to the inclement weather last Wednes
*day evening the third dancing party of the
Ivy Leaf Social club, which was to have been
held at that time, was postponed until to
orw evening, when the function will take
place at Oxford hall, Tenth and St. Peter
street. Many of those who had received in
vitations for Wednesday of last week ven
tured out in the disagreeable weather, a«d ln
order not to disappoint these the programme
was gone through with, but the members of
the club are anxious that all of their friends
should have an opportunity to enjoy their
hospitality, and have arranged to carry out
the original programme Monday evening. An
orchestra of ten pieces has been secured to
furnish the music, and supper will be served
during the evening.
The Flower Guild of the People's Church
has about completed arrangements for its
annual sale. The date has been set for Thurs
day, Dec. 10, but the location has not been
decided. There are to be three tables. The
fancy table is to be ln charge of Mrs. Brant,
Mrs. Joslin, Miss Nicols and Miss Fairchild.
The doll table and household articles will be
under the direction of Mrs. Arnold. Mrs.
Temple, Mrs. Natrass and Miss Start. The
refreshment table will be superintended by
Mrs. Goodrich, Mrs. Haliam. Mrs. Nicols and
The ladies of the Bates Avenue M. E. church
will hold a holiday bazaar Friday and Satur
day in the Petter building, on Maria avenue
and Sixth street. The following will be
ln charge of the booths: Doll booth, Misses
Bern:e Fasberg. Carrie and Nina Krieger*
candy booth. Misses. Florence Krieger, Elsie
Wlchman and Miss Ninebar; pop corn booth
Clo lirink. Amelia Spen-e, Kate Brooks and
Sylvia Miller; fancy table, Mesdames Nien
hauser, Miller, Hubbell and Robinson.
The women of the First M. E. church will
hold their annua! sale Friday evening in the
parlors of the church. A chicken pie supper
will be served in connection with the sale,
and the supper committee will include: Mes
calines Jackson. Burlin, Straight, Wright,
Hillman, Fr.'sbie, Burt and Ellis. There will
be three tables of fancy work and a candy
booth. Mrs. Slocum, Mr. Reynolds and Mrs.
McCrea will have charge of these.
St. Andrew's society will celebrate St.
Andrew's day Monday evening ln Central hall.
Sixth and Seventh streets. After the installa
tion of officers and literay and musical part
of the programme, supper will be served by
the ladies, and dancing will be indulged in,
to the music of the St. Anthony Hill orches
tra. The Scotch reel and Highland fling will
be two interesting numbers on the dance pro
An elaborate Christmas festival will be
given by the children of the First Baptist
Sunday school. Miss Nellie Hope has been
appointed chairman of the programme com
mittee, Mrs. Van Duzee chairman of tha
finance committee, and Mrs. Cleveland of the
decorations. George H. Biggs, superintendent
of the school, will direct the affair.
Invitations are out for an informal danc
ing party to be given by the Twentieth Cen
tury club at. Litt's hall Friday evening. This
is the first of a series which will be given
by this club throughout, the winter. The
Twin City Mandolin club will be in attend
The Ladies' Aid Society of St. Clement's
Church will hold i.ts annual Christmas sale
ln the guild house Wednesday, Dec. 9. A
"silver tea" will be given in connection with
Mrs. J. R. Hutson, of Portland avenue,
will give a tea. Wednesday afternoon, irom 4
to 6 o'clock, and a dancieg party in the even
ing, for Miss Gere, of Sioux City, who is her
Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Saunders have
issued cards for a german to be given-'ln Litt's
hall Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. The affair
ls to be complimentary to Miss Dillingham.
The annual meeting of the Home Mission
Society of the People's Church will be held
at the residence of Mrs. Dr. Johnson, 26
Summit avenue, Tuesday at 2 p. m.
Great Interest is being taken in the G. A.
R. committee reception to be held at the Com
mercial club Wednesday evening. A very
taking programme has been arranged.
Mrs. Rudolph A. Fullgraff and Mre. Wal
ter E. Dadman have cards out for an after
noon euchre party, Thursday, at Mrs. Full
graff's home, 824 Lincoln avenue.
Card, are out announcing the third social
of the Rosebud club, a masquerade hop to
MRS. JOHS JACOB ASTOR.
(From her best photograph, never before published.)
be given Saturday evening, ln Rosebud hall,
Arcade and Fauquier streets.
Mrs. A. T. Turnbull and Mrs. Stoughton
have issued invitations for a euchre party,
Thursday afternoon, at Mrs. Turnbull's home
on Iglehart street.
The Central Skating club will give a leap
year skate Thursday evening in Oxford hall.
St. Anthony hill orchestra will furnish the
Mrs. E. S. Maurice, of 540 Minnesota street,
will entertain the members of Nobility lodge
No. 13, Wednesday evening, with a dime card
The third of a series of French soirees will
be given Friday evening at the residence of
Miss Alice Forest, on Pleasant avenue.
The ladies of Trinity Methodist church are
making preparations for a mid-winter picnic
to be given at the church Dec. 7.
The Ladies' Sewing Circle of Trinity Church
will meet, Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs.
Gersting. of Collins street.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mead will celebrate
their silver anniversary Monday, Dec. 7, by
giving an evening euchre.
The Interurban club will dance at Woodruff's
hall Friday evening. Refreshments will be
served by the ladies.
The Crocus Hill Eur-hre club will meet.
Thursday evening, with Mrs. Topping, of
St. Luke's Aid Society of St. Paul's Church
will meet with Mrs. Brur.son, 543 Burr st.,
The Kangaroo club will be entertained
Thursday evening by Mrs. Gregg, of Ash
The Bachelors' Cinch club will meet Fri
day evening with William Johnson, of Vir
The Ladies' Afternoon Euchre club will
meet Monday with Mrs. Middleton. of Pleas
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Moore, of East Eighth
street, have cards out for a euchre party,
The ladles of the Central Social club will
give a leap year ball at Oxford hall Thursday
The Cathedral Sacred Thirst society will
meet this afternoon at Cretin hall at 2:30
Mrs. Warren, of Portland avenue, will en
tertain the Ladies' Friday Afternoon Euchre
Mrs. C. Copely, of Summit avenue, will en
tertain the Crocus Hill Euchre club Monday.
A number of West side young people will
dance at Brack's hall this evening.
Miss Nellie Clark, of Iglehart street, will
give a tea Tuesday.
Miss Mann and Miss Florence Lam
prey are this week expected home from
Europe. Miss Mann has been abroad for sev
Mrs. Stevens, of Chicago, ls visiting her
mother, Mrs. Fish, of Central avenue. Mrs.
Stevens wafe formerly Mrs. Jennie Duerr, of
Mrs. 11. W. Dlckman entertained this week
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Kavanagh and Master
Ceclle, of Clear Lake, Wis.
Fred E. Emmert left last week for Arizona
and the Pacific coast, where he Intends tc
travel for his health.
Mrs. CharU sA. Liehtwiheld, of Sherburne
avenue, went to Milwaukee last week- to
visit her parents.
Miss Kate Overman, who has been visit
ing in St. Paul, has returned to her home
in Rush City.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Blom and daugh
ter, Miss Josephine, are visiting friends ln
Miss Donovan, of the Lincoln school, who
has been ill with pneumonia, is recovering.
Mr. and Mrs. Val Rothschild spent the
week ln Duluth.
Mrs. Webber Thompson has returned from
Harry L. Davis visited in Kansas City
THE SAINT PAUL GLOBE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1896.
Miss Pearl Benham entertained the follow
ing young people Thursday evening at her
home on Minnehaha street: Mr. and Mrs.
Brink, Mr. and Mrs. Atchison, Mr. and Mrs.
Maxwell; Misses Cora and Edith Montgomery,
Dolly Adams, Jennie Maxwell, Maud Wal
lace, Beatrice Ridgway, Mrs. Ridgway,
Messrs. Mortimer, Grant, Ernest Wallace,
Lou Waliace, Ray Kalghn, Lou Merritt, A.
J. Wallace. Lucian Merritt, George Mont
gomery and Roy Benham.
The Goblin club entertained their gentle
men friends Wednesday night at the home
of Mrs. J. B. Foltz. The party consisted
of the following: Misses Dolly Adams, Jessie
Evans, Winnefred Bloomfleld, Foster, Myers,
Ridgway, Elnora Park, Maxwell, Colby,
Schuck, McKinistry, Messrs. Kaighn. Whit
ney, Richardson, Lou and Lucian Merritt,
Ernest Wallace, A. J. Wallace, Paul Barku
loo, Arthur Nelson, Douglass and Roy Ben
The Misses Nina Crist and Vena Cole enter
tained a number of young people at a taffy
pull at the home of Miss Cole, on Thursday
evening. Those present were: Misses Lewis,
Wallace, Kerry, Spear, Crist, Rich, Magraw,
Winston and Cole: Messrs. Hackney, Racey,
Judson, A. Martin. Crist, Van Camp, Barku
loo, Callett and Morrill.
The Fortnightly cluh met Tuesday after
noon with Mrs. E. N. Walover, on Hewitt
avenue. The history topics were led by Mrs.
Pribble and Miss Tempe Griffith. Interesting
papers were read by Mesdames Flint. Brink,
Innis, Randall, Rich, Simmons, Walover,
Thompson, Maxwell and Miss Cora Mont
A large party of young folks informally
gathered at the home of Mrs. J. B. Foltz,
on Pascal avenue, Thursday evening. Games
and cherades, with refreshments, were fea
tures indulged ln by the young people.
Dr. and Mrs. Farmar, of White Bear, At
torney Eggleston, Oliver Eggleston, Miss
Ltndlelter and Miss Link were guests, Thurs
day, of Mrs. J. H. Jones, of Simpson ave
The Young Ladlee' Missionary society met
on Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Clinton Chamberlain, on Simpson avenue,
to sew for the Xir.as bazar.
The Sunday school of the Knox Presby-
terlan will render a sacred concert this even
ing in the church, the regular prevailing serv
ice being omitted.
Rev. and Mrs. Frank B. Cowgill entertained
at dinner on Thursday. Mr. Carleton, Miss
Colby Miss Elford, Miss Malory and Mrs
A party of freshmen boys delightfully en
tertained a large number of lady friends at
the home of Mrs. James Jones on Simpson
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grant entertained at
dinner Thursday, Prof, and Mrs. Maxwell
Mrs. H. M. Evans and Miss Jessie Evans.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist
Church will give an Xmas bazar on Friday
afternoon and evening in the Town hall.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist
Church will meet on Tuesday next with Mrs.
H. M. Evans, on Minnehaha street.
A large number of young people were en
tertained Thursday night the home of Mrs
Walover, on Hewitt avenue.
Rev. B. F. Kephart and wife left, the first
of the week, for California, where they will
remain during the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Blackwell entertained a num
ber of friends at dinner Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Engle, of Van Buren, enter
tained Thursday to dinner.
Rev. J. W. Lewis, of Medford, visited his
family during the week.
Miss Mac Baker, of Red Wing, is the guest
of Miss Grace Benham. B
Mrs. Webber has returned form St. Louis.
A very pretty wedding was solenmuied o»
ThaiiKsgiving evening in Trinity Methodist
church the couple being Grant" Ellison of
St. Anthony Pat*, and Miss Kittle A. Jones j
of Merrlam Park. Rev. John Pemberton per
formed the ceremony. Miss Sarah Jones was
bridesmaid and J. A. Braucht best man. Dn
Fred L. Berkley, Dr. Robert Wiseman, Ben
Therien and Arthur Jacobson were ushers
Miss May Clark presided at the or^an Af^
the ceremony a reception was given at th«
home of the bride on St. Anthony Avenue I
The Travel club will meet next Tuesday I
evening in Olivet church. "Art and (rtista
n Holland- will be the topic. "F^ious Hoi
band Cathedrals" will be presented by Mrs.
h. M U . len i, .?. UtC^ Art at the World's Fair"
n J v, M,S A Y-*}V, Davles > "Rembrandt and
Other Artists" by B. G. Easton. Miss Nel- '
??i n nd ..it lrS " Rl9Ber; '"^ c Artist." by May
SV E , Ufer ™ c Field ' s I)utch L«U»by,» by >
Miss Mamie Pitts. J j
The children's play, "Courting of Mother'
rn?f,?' r.* U 2? c V he . a V%l plces of the LadiW i
Guild of -at. Mary's Church, was given on
Man hall, and proved such a success that it
was repeated yesterday afternoon. j
The ladies of Olivet church will give a
fair in the chapel on Thursday and Fridl*
afternoons, Dec. 10 and 11. The chapel wTn
be decorated in national colors, and the ladies
will be dressed in e»:tume. "*"«?_
The "Wee Girls" gave a most delightful
f a n Ce °Jl rhanks Si v 'nß evening in Woodruff
J) all. About twenty-five couples were pres
ent A programme of sixteen dances was
Company E have Inaugur.-rt .d a series of
monthly informal hops to be given In Wood-
r £ litl1 it lL J _T^. e first w&a Bi yen la«t1 a«t Monday
after the drill and proved a great success.
Mrs. H. J. Trumball and Mrs. J. M. Stoueh
ton have issued invitations to a "yellow
euchre." to be given Thursday afternoon, Dec
3, at the home of Mrs. Trumball.
This morning at the Presbyterian church
the pastor will preach on "Present Day Dis
content and the Remedy."
he _ Ladies' Society of Trinity Methodist
Church will meet with Mrs. Nobles on Tues
day afternoon at 2:30.
Mrs. Sarah G. Overton aa y e a luncheon at
her homo on Wednesday last. Covers were
laid for twelve.
The Neighborhood Bible class will hold a
meeting on next Wednesday ln the Presby
Tho Ladies' Society of OMvot Congrega-
tional Church will meet with Mrs. E. D
Parker on Friday, Dec. 4, at 2 o'clock.
The Ladles' WtOst club will meet with Mr*
S. C. Cowlee on Tuesday afternoon, Dec, 1.
E. D. Parker as returned home from a
trip to Kansas and Oklahoma.
Dr. John b. Foster, of St. Paul was a
guest in the Park Thmjrjday.
Miss Martha Samos 'will leave on Wednes
day for a trip to Florida.
Miss Marie Taylor, of Granite Falls Is
visiting her aunt.
Miss Stella Mealey left yesterday for her
home In Detroit.
Dr. and Mrs. S. G. Cobb spent Sunday in
Mrs. James G. Heal returned to Duluth on
Mrs. George Tanner left yesterday for Du
luth. _____ _
Miss Emma Reudeem, of this city and C
N. Olson, of Fargot-were married ' Monday
evening at the resileace of the officiating
clergyman, E. Carlson, Sims street ln the
presence of only a few jntimate friends and
relatives. The bride was attended by Miss
Esther Hedin. Mr. and Mrs. Olson left Tues
day morning for Fargo, their future home.
The Friday morning exercises of the Cleve
land high school were as follows: Readings
Emma Johnson, Agnes Johnstone; piano
solos Maude Lewis, Horace Hokanson and
Maude Leonard; piano duet, Hannah Bodin
Nellie Goodwin; recitations, Henrietta Han
sen, Addle Knapp and Alice Johnson; songs
by the school chorus..
Mrs. L. A. Webster, of Farquier street, en
tertained tho Ladies' Aid Society of Ells
worth Circle, ladies of the G. _. R Friday
afternoon at tea. Those present we're- Mes
dames Osgood, BUrgiss. Mead, Sanders,
Prlss, Cole, Scule, Eldeelge, Irish.
The class of '98 of the Cleveland high
school is preparing to organize a literary so
ciety. Miss Agnes Ingram, Miss Nelliie See
ger, Miss Agnes Johnson and Katie Bersee
are the committee to decide on colors for the
class and by-laws.
Mr. and Mrs. William Rodgers, of Mar
garet street, entertained 'at cards for Mrs
Johnson, sister of the hostess. Some of tbe
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elroy, Mr. and
Mrs. Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. Brookins Mr.
and Mrs. Brand.
A surprise was given Harry Mver Saturday
e.ening by twenty^ ye of hif y.ung friends,
it being his sixteenth birthday. Cards were
played and several musical numbers were
given. Refreshments were served at 11:30.
Dr. and Mrs. Sohlberg, of Sims street;
Mr. and Mrs. John Elmquist, of Bedford
street; Mr. and Mrs. Fogelberg, of East
"seventh street, spent Sunday In Stillwater
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aleck Johnson. '
Miss Marie Mueller, of Case street, was
tendered a pleasant surprise by the Social
club Friday evening. There were twenty
present. Music and games were the feat
ures. Refreshments were served at 10:30.
Dr and Mrs. F. C. Spates, of Fauquier
street, gave a dinner Thanksgiving day The
guests were: G. E. PMlies, Mrs. M L
Tierman, Mrs. L. J. Phflles, Miss Plummer!
Miss Margaret and Miss Anna Tierman.
,J1 T - and } Ir . s ; 3 Z, J*' --If Mft y entertained a
company of friends! Sit Sinner Thanksgiving
day. The guests were Mr. and Mrs A" _.
Jones. Mr and Mrs. B. F. Johnson, Miss
Florence Walker, and John Church.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Harding, of East Sev
enth street, entertained' friends Saturday
evening. Cards were; played, and several
musical selections were given by Miss Myrtle
Harding and Mrs. Le^May.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cornish, of Burr street
entertained the Neighborhood Card club Sat
urday evening. Miss Matilda Babcock won
the lady's prize, and C. K. Sharood the
Rev. and Mrs. i_. of Sims
street, entertained friends Friday at sup
per in honor of their thirtieth wedding an
niversary. Covers were laid for twelve.
rhe _ mem , bers of the Burr Street Baptist
Church society gave a very successful baskft.
social Pnday evening at the home of Mrs.
Walker, on Burr street.
Mrs. H. F. Yates entertained Thursday
afternoon at a missionary tea Mesdames For
rest. Yates. Murray, Northrop, Gi-amham
Emeny, Ames and Jones.
Miss Louisa Jameson left Wednesday for
her home in Jasper, Minn., after having been
the guest of Miss Bessie Ritchatsck. of Burr
street, for several days.
The Literary and Rebating Society of
Cleveland High School Is preparing for a
Tennyson evening, to be given at the De
The Ladies' Sewing spciety of the Gusta
vus Adolphus church' will meet Thursday
afternoon with Mrs. Charles Osterstrom of
D. F. Culver, of .Da?, .Moines. 10., was the
f_* eS . .°. f Mrs * (: " H " Culver, of Case street,
the latter part of the week. He left Friday
for Duluth. .. * *
Forrest camp; Woodmen of the World gave
a . -, a !£ c rs\^ ncr party Thanksgiving evening
at Odd Fellows' hall, Reaney and East Sev
Miss Stella Largus, of Minnehaha street
entertained at cards Tuesday evening Miss
Lilly Jones and Ray McMartin- won the
The W. F. M. S. of the Asbury M. E.
Church will meet at the home of Mrs. H F
Shepherd, an East Seventh street, Tuesday!
The Misses Maggie Mitcheson, of Burr
stree *' and Maggie Pauline, of Case street
spent Thanksgiving week in Hudson, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Rhodes, of Pine street,
will entertain the Silver Spoon Cinch club
next Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Spanganburg entertained
friends, at dinner Thursday. Covers were
laid for twenty.
Rev. W. W. Lewis, of Burr street, spent
Cn?o D n !o' mg , With frlends in We* l
Mr and Mrs. William Potter, of Fauquier
Thursday *•»*»»«■ -company of friends
Mr. and Mrs. Wiinam Jones, of Fauquier
street, entertained aft^fnner Thanksgiving
Mrs. J. Havecost, of Fauquier street will
entertain at cards next Thursday afternoon!
Miss Grace Hyde. Of Mitchell, 10., Is the
guest of Mrs. T. D. Sheehan, of Burr street.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rltchet, of Sims street
entertained friends Thanksgiving day
Mrs. L. A. Child?, of Reaney street has
as a guest Mrs. Pinkney; of Farao
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ST. AXTIfOW PARK.
We are pleased to announce the marriage
of Grant Ellison and Miss Kittle Jones ot
Merriam Park, hehf-at Trinity churehla*
Wednesday evening, -Nov;! 26.
We are pained to announce the death of
Mr. Cooke, the father of Mrs. Price which
occurred Nov. 27, at his home in River Falls
An unusual attractive musical and literary
entertainment will be held at the Methodist
churih uesday evening, Dec. 1. at 8 o'clock
Rev. Mr. Pressy officiated at a union !
meeting of all the churches held In the !
Methodist church Tuesday morning I
f„l lIBS C £ rHe E " Strong has been a°sont * I
few months on an extended visit to Illinois !
Mr. and Mrs. Marsh, will soon start for a <
five months' visit to Oregon.
Mr and Mrs A. T. Kyle were the guests,
of friends on Thanksgiving.
Miss Ella Clarkson was the guest of friends
the fore part of the week.
A large skating rink is being made ln the
middle of the Park.
Mr. Price will move to the Park Tn a few
The Ladies' Aid society gave a successful
sociable last Tuesday evening at the home of
Prof, and Mrs. E. C. Downing, on Summit
avenue The evening was pleasantly spent
by musical and literary pieces, and later by
contests between the ladles and gentlemen
In sewing on buttons and sharpening pen
Miss Mildred Hubbard entertained a large
number of young people <jat her home Fri
day evening to a cQbwej. party. A large
number of guests were present, and all found
amusement in unraveling' the strings as at
the end of each thread a nice prize was
given. r. .
The Edwards Hall' club very successfully
entertained their lady friends, to a reception
Monday evening. . . . . .
Miss Gertrude Smith wfll soon leave on a
visit to her grandnnrther-^at Milwaukee.
Prof. Wallace preached in the Presbyterian
church last Sunday morniig.
F. M. Robertson wtrl soon leave on an ax
tended trip to the Btttst.
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The ladies of the'fla.ei' Avenue M. E
church will hold a s3 holl<Jay bazar Friday
and Saturday, Dec. 4 ani 5, in the Petter
building on Maria avenue and Sixth street.
The following will be In charge of the booths:
Doll booth, Misses Bernle Fasberg, Carrie
and Maria Krieger; fancy table, Mesdames
Mienhauser, Miller, Robert and Robinson;
paper booth, Mrs. Jameson and Mrs. Deebaeh
candy booth, Miss Krieger and Miss Wlch
man. Those in charge of supper will be
Mesdames Brand, Hevener and Glanville.
Miss Lizzie Germann entertained a few of
her friends Thursday evening in honor of her
birthday. The guests were Misses Cora De
pati, Lulu Clark. Ethel and Edith Mayfleld,
Lizzie Ball, May and Lizzie Germann; Messrs!
Oscar Ackermann. Edward and Henry Free
man, Alfred Nordstrom, Carl Winkler, Joe
and George Germann. Supper was served at
10:30, Miss Germann received many hand
An oyster supper waa given Thursday even-
Jk Busipess Pfopositiop
Do You Want Anything in Furs
This Winter? If you do, we want your money, and without any
misleading figures or blustering "ads" we simply say: Come in, and
if we have what you want, or we can make it in time, you will get
the goods. The trade situation is such that we have given up all
hope of a profit, and what we now want is to realize on our stock.
We haven't any old goods, and in fact we (fortunately) haven't a
large stock, but you can buy first-class Furs as cheap or cheaper
than we own them, and that's all there is of it.
Do You Want a Cloth Cloak or Wrap?
If you do, our stock is in splendid shape, full of new things— our
first purchases are all sold. We will sell you a Cloak at or below
New York wholesale prices. If you have $2.50 to $10.00 you can
buy Cloaks of us made to sell at $5.00 to $18.00. If you can afford
to pay $15.00, you can get our regular $20.00, $22.50 aud $25.00
garments. We waive all profit, and in many cases will take a
heavy loss. On Children's Cloaks we have the only good stjck in
town, and have no money. You can buy one for less than cost, and
they are all the latest things, beautiful goods. Don't forget this.
Corduroy, Velvet or Silk Waists
Will be closed out at less than you can buy materials. This isn't
a large "ad," but it means business, We haven't found our
friend McKinley's election all that our fancy painted it, and we
will take steps to MAKE trade.
ing by the Ladies* Aid Society of Dayton's
Bluff German M. E. Church in the parlors
on Fourth and Maple streets. The ladies ln
charge were Mesdames Miller, E. W. Bor
chart, L. W. Waltersdorff, George Dieter;
Misses Amelia Wichman, Tillie Strate, Lizzie
Berg and Emma Frank.
Dr. John Paul Egbert, of the House of
Hope church, will lecture before the Dayton's
Bluff Mothers' club Monday evening, Nov. 30,
at the Atlantic Congregational church, on
"For What Are We Educating Our Chil
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Bates
Avenue M. E. Church will hold a special
meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Van Duyne, on East Third street.
All ladies are requested to be present.
A number of the young people of the bluff
attended the dancing party given "Tuesday
evening by the Shawondasa Pleasure club
at Litt's hall.
The Ministering Children's league gave an
entertainment in the guild room of St. Peter's
church Tuesday evening.
A lecture on Russia will be given by Dr.
Wright at St. Peter's church Wednesday
The Friendly Euchre club will meet Dec.
2 with Mr. and Mrs. McManus, on Hoffman
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Miller, of East
Fourth street, entertained at dinner Thursday.
Miss Hattle Miller, of East Fourth street,
entertained a few friends Flday evening.
Miss Winona Mues, of Winona, was the
guest of bluff friends last week.
Mri George Brooks entertained a few
friends at dinner Thursday.
Gilbert and Henry Gebhart Bohn left Sat
urday for Shattuck.
Mrs. Barber left Tuesday for a visit in
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She Will Appear a.t the I'eople'a
Church ln- December,
The first notable musical event of the
season in this city will be presented
at the People's church Tuesday even
ing, _>ecember 15, under the direction
of Manager L. N. Scott. Madame Lil
lian Nordlca, in conjunction with the
young Russian violin virtuoso, Gregor
owitsch, assisted by a large chorus
from the University of Minnesota, will
give a concert in this city on the above
named date. Madame Nordica needs
no introduction to our public, as she
has already been heard here and is a
great favorite with the music lovers of
this city. The appearance of Charles
G regorowitsch will be his first in this
cily. This distinguished young violin
ist, whose reputation in the world ol
art is more and more established, was
born the 25th of October. 1867, in St.
Petersburg, of a family of eminent
musical gifts. In Moscow he had an
opportunity of playing before Wien
iawski, and the master, surprised at
the performance, at once offered to
give instruction to the talented boy.
Gregorowitsch has already filled a
great part of Europe with his fame
as a virtuoso and has played, among
other places, at St. Petersburg with
Sophie Mentor, and, under Rubinstein--;
conducting, repeatedly before the czar;
he gave concerts in Paris, Madrid, Lis
bon, Dresden and Berlin. Wherever he
appeared he took by storm the public
and the press by the magic of his play
ing and his sympathetic personality.
The instrument with which he creates
such moving tones is a Stradivarius j
of immense value, which was presented |
to the artist by the emperor of Russia
last year. It is expected that the ap
pearance of Gregorowltsch in this city
will create a furore, and the appear
ance of Madame Nordica with him,
with the addition of 300 voices from the
University of Minnesota, will be the
big musical event of the season. The
prices and the place and time for the
sale of seats will be announced later.
The audience who heard these sing
ers on Thanksgiving evening will cer
tainly welcome the announcement of
their return. Nearly every number
was encored once, if not twice, and the
greatest enthusiasm was manifested.
The bass, J. T. Trudin, has one of the
finest bass voices in America. He may
not have quite the cultivation of some,
but he has a volume and a range that
could not be approximated by the gifted
Fischer or Whitney. Their harmony
and fortissimo and pianissimo effects
were pronounced by the most compe
tant critics to be the most perfect yet
produced by 'human voices. No com
bination of singers can attain such ac
curacy without years of expedience,
and this long training has been secured
to this troop by long years of constant
The negro voice has a quality found
among no other people, and especially
adapted to the class of music which
they have originated. There is no col
lection of folk lore songs which have
so much harmony and combine such
pleasing qualities. They are of such
a nature, however, that they oannot
b« successfully «u__g by any except the
negro. The peculiar timbre his voice
is exactly adapted to bring- out the
greatest beauty of the songs.
This return engagement will give all
those disappointed by the storm an
opportunity to hear these talented
singers. A good portion of those who
did attend will probably go thp
second time, as the programme is to
be entirely new.
The following is the programme to
be given at the next of the series of
informal mueicale Prof. Colville is giv
ing at his home on Washington street
Duet— "A Night Hymn at Sea"—
Mrs. Colville and C. Mac William.
"Am Wein am Rhine" , Ries
"Es Muss Was Wunderlares Sein" Ries
"The Lament of the Rose" Clavton-Johns
Mrs. D. F. Colville.
"Povera Mamma" Tosti
C. Mac William.
"Reginella"— Bella del Tuo Sorrlso Braga
A. G. Gessler.
"Carmen"— Con Voi Ber Bizet
C. Mac William.
Mrs. D. F. Colville.
A. G. Gessler.
A. G. Gessler.
"Farewell to Twyndehang" Grieg
Mrs. D. F. Colville.
John Philip Souaa; the popular com-*
poser and director, will return from
Europe early in December to prepare
for the opening of his great transcon
tinental tour with his unrivaled band.
The tour opens in Philadelphia, and
will be the longest and most ambitious
venture aver undertaken by a musical
organization. It wiil embrace a terri
tory covering 21,000 miles, extending
from Prince Edward Island to Lower
California and from Oregon to Flor
ida, covering a period of six months in
duration and including 220 towns and
The honors showered on Mr. Sousa in
Berlin and other European cities are
ample evidence of his recognition in
the old world, as in the new, as the
representative American composer and
His band is in superb form and will
present much new and striking music,
including his ever brilliant marches
and excerpts from his opera, "El Capi
tan," which is now touring the coun
try and enjoying a triumph never ac
corded an American opera.
A sacred concert under the auspices
of the Assumption church choir, as
sisted by Seibert's orchestra, will be
given at Assumption church! Ninth and
Franklin streets, Sunday, Dec. 6, at 8
p. m., with John S. Grode as director,
and John Ruitz, organist. The pro
gramme will be:
"Gloria" (from Festival Mass) Wiegand'
Chorus, soprano and bass solos— Miss Katie
Hiedenrelch and Andrew J. Schmitz.
"O Sacrum Convlvium" Sexto Perez
Contralto solo, Miss Lizie Simmer; 'cello
obligate Herr Louis Milch.
"Aye Maria" Abt
Chorus of male voices and tenor solo. John
"By Babylon Waters" (137 th Psalm). Gounod
"Aye Maria" Alary
Duet— Misses Tina Simmer and Francis Ger
The 42d Psalm ("As the Heart Pants")
a Chorus, b Aria, c Recitative, d Chorus,
c Recitative solo and quartette by male
voices, f Chorus. Finale. The recitatives
| and soprano parts by Miss Anna Grode, the
quartettes by Mesdames George Gerlaeh, John
Rentz, D. J. Winkel and Peter Heck.
"Kyrie" (from, 12th Mass) Mozart
"Aria" (from Paulus) Mendelssohn
Bass solo Herr Louis Milch
Grand chorus and double quartette of male
voices: Mrs. George Gerlaeh, Mathias Schuh.
Theodore Schabert, Gerhard Hilgers, John B.
Faudel, William G. Strab, D. J. Winkel and
Peter Heck: Nos. 2, 5, 7, 9 and 10 are with
A strong programme has been pre
pared for the concert and banquet to
be given by the Mozart club, at Mo
zart hall, tomorrow evening. The music
al part will be under the direction of
Prof. William Maenner. The club has
a chorus of fifty or more voices, and
will be assisted by Seibert's full or
chestra. Following is the complete
Overture — Don Juan .... Mozart
Splelmanne Lied. Fr. HofT
Mozart Male Chorus.
The Wanderer— Bass solo Schubert
Mr. P. J. Glesen.
I Wald J. Beschnitt
Mozart Male Ononis.
Soprano Solo.. ....Mrs. Paul Zumbach
Spumeatube , ,. .... Pache
Solo with Mixed Chorus.
Soprano solo__.. ._. Miss Julia Scheible.
Alto Solo ... .... ....Louis Heck
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Tbt Lftjr OC Urn B*U ...Max Brueh
Solos, with Mixed Chorus.
AU^Rnin 8010 Mrs ' Paul ZumbacH
SKo Mr. Paul Zumbach
uass bolo Martin GieseK
The musical programme at th«
Church of St. John the Evangelist to
morrow (Rev. Dudley W. Rhodes,
Holy communion and sermon at 11 a m '
Processional Hymn— "Lo, He Comes"— '
Communion Service in A . Ga°rmt
Hymns-"Rejoice Believers!" .Greenland
Come, Thou long expected
! o ?hwTf"^ a ?" I V ,i ' n *' BiritonoßSfive'!
io nl t0 S ,° l0 ' ° Rest ,n the Lord," Elijah
end that BhaH endure t0 th »
Processional Hymn— "Hark, the Voice "
j Eternal" a Deva
Evening Prayer Sermon at 4:15 p. m. '
Magnificat— lrregular Chants in F Stalner
Nunc Dimittis— Irregular Chants in D
I minor Stainer
Hymns— '"The Spacious Fi'raament'*—
"O, Heavenly Jerusalem".. .Creation
rv«> * rr, Ah Hallows
Offertory— Tenor and Baritone Duet—
•Prepare ye the way of the Lord"—
N. H. Ha_J_
Disgrace to Minnesota.
Manitoba Free Press.
Minnesota will remain ln deepest disgraco
as long as the lynching at Glencoe on Sun
day morning goes unpunished. To redeem it
self and recover its reputation as a law
abiding state, it must hunt down the ring
leaders of the outrage, and make examples
of them that will Impress the public mind
that law and order are supreme. It ls a sad
commentary on the condition of society ln the
! neighboring republic that in a state which
j can boast of such cities as St. Paul and Min
neapolis the majesty of the law can be so
outraged almost within the shadow of the
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