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ST. PAUL BUSINESS FIRMS
MRS. A. MONROE-Lcßsons given in oil paint
ing aud decorating china. 543 University ay.
1 ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
BROWN & HOLLAND—C. P. Brown, T. M.
Holland—Attorneys at law. 30S-309 Wash
. CHARLES S. HOFF, attorney at law; insur
ance, collections. 33.- Kast Fifth st. St.
AWNINGS AND TENTS.
BT. PAUL TENT AND AWNING CO.—Manf.
of canvas goods of every description; tents,
awning*,horse & wagon covers. 3ot> Jackson.
O. F. SII'XDT- Manufacturer awnings, tents
and shades; renting of tents and floor covers
for parties a specialty. SCS'j. Minnesota st.
H. G. NEAL, manufacturer of awnings and I
tents, flags and bunting decorations; horse
mid wagon > overs. 24 Kast Third st.
T. HAVERMAN, Barber—First-class work
manship. Be sure and patronize me. Union
shop. f.. ris University ay.
KAUFER A KRUINECK, Quick Service bar
lu-r slu.r at "ol K. 7th si.
THE LAIDLAW BALE TIE CO.—Manufact
urers of adjustable and dimension wire
t-alo ties. H M. Uaker agent. 21 Kast 3d st.
HOREJS BROS.- Quaker crimped crust
t read. Lone and muscle maker; easily di
gested. 381 University ay.. i:> 2 St. Peter.
PETER .1. EKBERG—Quality of bread and j
cakes and lowest prices guaranteed. 1 will
be with you in the spring. Sti4 Payne ay. m
BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS.
S. T. SORENSEN, maker of ladies' and gents'
boots and shoes, has removed from 111 En
dicott Arcade building to 384 Robert__st.
H. WIKEN—Boots and Bhoes; first-class cus
tom work; repairing neatly and promptly
done. 64 East Fourth st.
PH. FABEL Latest styles in ladles', gentle
men's, girls' and boys' footwear at loweet
prices. I^7 West Seventh st.
P. JOHNSON, d. nler in boots and shoes, ro
pairing neatly done, 970 Payne ay.
H. PEDERSON. Practical Shoemaker—Work
manship, fit, comfort and quality guaran
teed; repairing neatly dene. 450 Sibley st.
THEO. HOELLER—StyIe, perfection of fit
with quality, I can supply ladies' and gents
footwear at cheapest prices. 229 Carroll St.
J. G. SWANSON, Shot maker—l do the best
work, fit you and charge less than you can
_get elsewhere. 848 Payne ay.
JOHN K. SWANSON. boots and shoes; fine
custom work and repairing; first-class work
guaranteed. 848 Payne ay.
JOSEPH R. JACQUES—7S6 Wabasha. Special
ist for ali kinds of deformities. A last made
for every customer.
O. POLSON—Fine boots and shoos made to
order. 170 East Third st., St. Paul, Minn.
O. J. NORDBY, maker of ladles' and gents'
flire shoes; repairing done. 186 Western ay.
M. C. ELMQUIST—229 E. 7th et., dealer in
fine boots and shoes, at lowest prices.
BISCUIT MAM FACTURERS.
AMERICAN BISCUIT AND MANUFACTUR-
Ing Company, manufacturers of tine biscuits
and confectionery, ti2 to 67 Eighth st.
COLUMBIA MEAT MARKET. Johnson &
]■( rUn, proprietors, dealers in fresh, salt,
smoked meats. fi44 Jackson st.
PETER BIELEN, dealer in fresh and salted
meats, bacon, shoulders, sausage, etc.;
poultry, game. TtV! \V. 7th and S4B Randolph.
F. D. KRESS-Fresh and salted meats; fish
and game in season; lowest prices, highest
quality my standard. ,M>2 University ay.
G. A. GROSS--Fiesh and salt meats of all
kinds; poul ry, lish and game in season.
1936 University ay., Meriiam Park.
FRIEDMANN BROS.—Buy your meats from
us; we have on hand a.ways.ways the finest fresh
and salted meats. 1034 West Seventh st.
CHAS. H. HOICK, dealer In choice meats, !
at lowest prices. Union meat market, Rice i
and Como ay.
OE3RLICH & CO. MEAT MARKET—F. R. j
Gerlich. W. Franke, Telephone, Dale 62. 104 |
Virtoria__st., corner Selby ay.
THE HILL MARKET—Meats, poultry, game, j
fish. 182 Western ay., St. Paul, Minn. Tele
phone, Dale 156.
EXCELSIOR MEAT AND PROVISION CO^ i
fresh and salt meats, poultry and game in
BOason. Tel. IS4. ,M 6 Rice St.
SPANGENBERG & SCHLICHTING— Dealers
in fresh and salt meats; game and poultry
in season. 323 University ay.
A. KLEIN, White meat market, dealer In ]
fresh and salt meats; sausages a specially.
_Touitiy, rish, pame. No. 567 Uruadway.
H. A. VUCKKL, dealer in fresh and salt '■
meats, fish, game and poultry, 072 Payne !
MONTANA MEAT MARKET, D. Sinclair, j
Prop.—Fresh and salted meats, game and
iwA Robert st. Tel., 6SJ-3.
FRED TOENSING, dealer In fresh and salted
meats, fish, poultry, game in season; goods
delivered free. 761 Mississippi st.
UNIVERSITY MEAT CO.—Patronise us. srou I
can buy cheaper and get only the best
meats. 445 University ay.
MASNDLER BROS.. manufacturers cf
brushes. 108 Kast Third 6t.. St. Paul
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS.
A. HEMPEL—DeaIer in foreign books and i
It-rlodicals. old stylo German beer mugs
etc. 345 Fort st.
BISEMAN, CARL ft CO.—Carriage repairing,
painiing; orrtor work a specialty. 429 and
431 Selby ay. Tel. Dale 249.
CAPITAL CITY i A RIUAGE WORKS—Build
ers and dealers in carriages, business wa
£< ns and trucks. 280 East Sixth st.
TWIN CITY CARRIAGE WORKS-BundeTs
VL h,'£ h ¥ f ra<lp chicles of every description.
]fiS-]iO University ay.
A. P. JONES—Carriages, sleighs amPwasons
repaired. 20-22 East Third st.
CARI'E.N'TERS AND BUILDERS.
PETER A.~ANErERBERG7~cIrpenter ami
l::ilder; painting an,l glazing; all kinds of
Jobbing promptly done. 399 Selby ay.
S3 I. GAIILOUGH—BuiIder. Plans al^d esti-
Hiau-s to order. Shop 135 Concord st.; home
ISft Prescott st.
K. MEYER, screenH, windows and doors made
to order- office, Ftore and furniture repair
ing. 447 Broadway.
AT L. OARLOUGH & CO.-BuO4ers. Shop
corr.or State and Concord sts. Plans and
estimates to order.
FRRD OLSON, contractor and builder- Job
l !ng a specialty. Office and shop, 734 Selby.
CAUPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
F. Ji LAMBRECHT ft CO., dealer in carpets,
oil cloths, curtains, wall paper, window
sl'-adf-s. manresses, etc. 520 Rice st.
MRS. A. NORDBLAD] Colonnade
halrd.-tssing ard manicure parlors; corns
removed A!l work guaranteed.
CLOTHING AND JUWJSL.RY.
AS"r, TOLPTONOG^O4" E~7th st. ClothlnT
gents' furnishings, watches. Jewelry and
GEORGE L. SWIFT &~CO., manfg. Jobbers
overalls, shirts, pants, butchers', waiters',
barbers', and summer clothing. 144 E. 4th.
CLEANING AND DYEING.
THtTToRTLAND TAILORING CO.—Clothes
cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed at low
rates. Flrst-nlass. 21S Washburn Building.
CLRANING AND REPAIRING.
KKENCF! TAILORING CO., for $12 per year
qußrterly in advance, clean, press and repair
clothing ** often as desired. No. 329 Robert.
ST. PAUL BUSINESS FIRMS
if. E. COBB, 31 East~Thlrd—Poultry, game,
butter and eggs; Jobber and broker of fruits
FLIEGLER & CO., general commission mer
chants, wholesale flour, feed, grain, hay
and millstuffs. 97-101 Bait Third st.
FLIEGLER & GRANT", Produce Commission
—Specialties: nutter, eggs, poultry and
veal. 97-101 East Third St.
STAUFFACHER & CO.—Butter, cheese and
sausage. Wisconsin full cream cheese.
Telephone J66. 19 East Third st.
NORTHWESTERN PRODUCE CO.—Whole
sale produce, poultry, veal, butter, eggs,
etc. 30 East Third st.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
uTg. AMLEE— 40 W«st Tenth st. Estimates
furnished on application. Jobbing promptly
! EDWARD"SEPHTON. contractor and builder;
estimates d>eerfully furrlshed. 495 Univer
A. HASSLEN, contractor and builder; job
bing on short notice; terms cash. John
Hasslen, manager, 029 Selby ay.
J. C. EFKKKTZ * CO., contractors and build
ers. 686 and 688 Wabasha.
A. & W. McGUlGAN—Contractors and build
ers. 317 Market St.. corner Fourth st.
COAL AND WOOD.
M. KERN, wholesale and retail dealer In
vood and coal, flour, feed and general prod
uce. 647 East Sixth Bt.
MILL WOOD, dry, cawed, $3 per cord-box
load. $1.90 for s two-ton coal box load. Boyd
Feed and Fuel Co., 4.SS Rice. Tel. 1325-2.
WOLFF A LEHMANN—Wood and coal, grain,
flour, etc. Agents for Acme electric kindling
_wood. Tel. 301-2. 472 South Robert st.
w. J. tikrnky & CO.—Dealers in opal and
■•ood. 141 and 143 Concord St., St. Paul.
son & Co.. proprietors, wholesale and retail
eggs, butter, milk, cheese. 903 Payne ay.
DAYTON DAIRY COMPANY; also fresh but
ter and eggs every day from the country
at lowest prices. 911 Payne ay.
ROBERTS CREAMERY CO.—Fine creamery
butter, eggs, berries and fruits; vegetables
of all kinds. 48 Old Market.
LILY CREAMERY CO.—Manufacture "Lily
Brand" creamery butter; best in the mark
et. 1095 West Seventh st.
CREAMERY AND DAIRY SUPPLIES.
CORNISH, CURTIS & GREEN CO., cream
ery machinery and dairy supplies. 274 East
CIGARS AND CONFECTIONERY.
WENZEL ACHTERLING, dealer In cigars
and fine confectionery; also sell bread and
cakes^ at lowest prices. 755 Wabasha st.
O. FRED LINSTRUM'S place is the store to
buy fine cigars, confectionery, etc. Nothing
In the city excels it. 1927 University ay.
GEO. W. GRAY—Fine confectionery and
cigars and fresh baked bread. Everything
_first_quality;_ lowest prices. 425 S. Robert st.
H. H. TRAVIS, fine confectionery; velvet
ice cream a specialty; a fine line of cigars
always on hand. 444 Jackson st.
ALBERT W. HENSCHEL~Fi"ne Cigars and
Confectionery—2lo West Seventh st.
J. H. ROACH & CO., Manufacturing Confec
tioners—Specialties, hand-made chocolates
creams, etc. 264-26S East Sixth st.
CHAS. KARTAK, manufacturer ofl.he Junior
Pioneer Association cigar. 368 Robert st.
HART & MURPHY, manufacturers of cigars!
John Hart, Dennis A. Murphy. 388 Jackson.
MIDDEN'TS' DR V G STORe 7 Ninth and Wa
basha—Use Middents' Wild Cherry Cough
Syrup for coughs and colds.
j DRESSES, $2 to $8, shirt waists, 50 cents to
tl.bO; bicycle suits. $4 to $8. 14 East Sev
enth St.; Room 1; third floor.
i MISS L. SMITH, dressmaker; for reasonable
ness, style and character of work you will
be perfectly satisfied. No. 507 Wabasha st.
; LAURA SCHULTZ, dressmaker and fashlon
abie modiste; prices the lowest and work
manship of the highest order. 21 E. Tenth.
i MISS L. M. DESLAURIBS, French dressmak
er: your wishes will be met in style and
_ workmanship by patronizing me. 509 Wab.
THE MISSES BKRTHlAUME—Dressmaking
parlors; children's and misses' dresses made
to order. 123 West Sixth st. and 58 W. 7th.
MISS A. T. MULHALL & MISS FINLEY,
dressmakers. Room No. 1, third floor. No.
14 East Seventh st.
j MRS. WHlfAKEßr^ashionable~dress and
cloak maker; for style and character of work
i _Lw^ uJ. d _cJ lIL your attention. 2SB W. 3d.
I MRS. LAUBER'S DRESSMAKING PAR
lors—All kinds of summer dresses, silk and
cloth; reasonable prices. 417% Wabasha st.
FRENCH MODlSTE—Reception gowns and
cyriing suits. Perfect fit and work guaran-
I teed. 476 University ay.
! MRS. ANNIE M'BRIDE, Dressmaking par
jors Room_No l 2, 66 East Seventh st.
MISS JENNIE SHEA, dressmaker. Room 7,
second floor. 14 East Seventh st., St. Paul.
MME. MARIE FAVRE, French Dressmak
er. Washburn Building.
H. G. DAMPIER, dentist. 245 Lowry Arcade,
St. Peter st., opposite Windsor hotel, St.
DR. F. C. MOTT. dentist. 414 Wabasha~st.T
TWIN CITY DISTRIBUTING AGENCY—3I4
Washburn Building. Try and watch results;
thoroughly distribute all kinds of circulars.
JOS. J. KLECATSKY, Dry Goods—3Bl West
Seventh st. Fine line of ladies' and gents'
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
A. BELLOWS, dealer in dry goods' and no
tlons, men's furnishing goods, crockery,
glassware and toys. 819 East 7th st.
KOCII & FERBER—Dry goods, notions and
gents' furnishing goods. 761 West Seventh
DRY GOODS AND SHOES.
A. H. GERBER—Dry goods and notions, hats!
caps and gents' furnishing goods; fancy
goods and stamping done. 909 Payne ay.
HEDMAN BROS., dealersln dry goods, clotiT
ing, hats, caps, boots and shoes; almost
everything we sell made In St. P. 916 Rice.
NO RTH^'IfiSTERN~ STE AM DYE WORKS
and scourir.g establishment, F. J. Rochex
proprietor, 112 E 7th st. ...
CARL W. BERG—Private instructor in clas
sics, mathematics and bookkeeping. 207
Kendrirk Rlork, 27 East Seventh Bt.
1 L. M. BEVAN, electrotyping, stereotypiar.
, 108 East Fifth st.
: NORTHWESTERN ELECTRIC CO." manu
-1 facturers and repairers of and dealers In
, dynamos, motors, etc. 412 Sibley st.
1 FRANKLIN MACHINE"WORKS—Lion hand
elevators, suitable for stores, warehouses
. factories, hotels, etc. Bth and Cedar.
! ST. PAUL ELECTROPLATING WORKS -
Gold, silver and nickel plating, polishing
■ oxidizing, antique, etc. Bth and Minnesota.
■ CENTRAL, EMPLOYMENT BUREAU C. H
Gervals, Manager—Male help furnished free
of charge. Tel. 1430. 183 East Third st
THE SAINT PAUL GLOBE: SUNDAY, JULY 4, 1897.
ST. PAUL BUSINESS FIRMS
THE VICTOR VAPOK ENGINE, the Nine
teenth Century gas engine. Tel. 702-2. St.
Paul agents, P. P. Barthol, 252 E. Sixth st.
EXPRESS AND STORAGE.
THE PEOPLE'S EXPRESS CO., packers and
Bhlppers of household goods. Telephone,
W2K Office, 12 West Ninth st.
KENT' 3 STORAGE C 0.—211 West Seventh st.
Moving vans and excursion busses. Best,
cheapest and greatest variety. Telephone 46.
J. KOFOD—436 Minnesota,st. Furniture and
baggage removed with large van or light
express. Dealers In wood or coal.
II til X, FEED, GRAIN AND HAY.
O. G. WILSON & CO., dealers in grain,
hay, flour, feed, country butter and eggs,
etc.; wood and coal. 455 Broadway, cor. Bth.
fHETcApTtOL FEED COT-^Wholesale an<Tr^
tail flour, feed, grain and hay. Telephone
1590. 21 East Third St.
SCHWALEN & CO.—Dealers in wood, coal,
flour and feed. 591 Dale st.
DAHLBY & GRONDAHL— Prairie and timber
lands; also improved farms in Wisconsin,
Minnesota and North Dakota. 175 E. 3d st.
ST. PAUL FELT WORKS, Batto & Drath,
Proprietors--Felt manufactured for every
purpose. No. 2S<*. Kast Sixth st.
CHRIST BUSSJAEGER. Florist and Nursery
man—All kinds of shade and ornamental
trees, shrubs, roses, etc. 630 Charles st.
THE HILiTfLORIST CO.—Plenty of bedding
plants and cut flowers always on hand;
first-class stock. Selby, cor. Western ay.
C. F. HAUPT, Florist—House and bedding
plants; vase and window box filling. Tel.
1124. Corner Concord and S. Robert sts.
EDMUND BEHRENS, FLORIST—House and
bedding plants, floral designs and decora
tlons to order. ICO-162 Kent st.
OTTO HIERSEKORN—IB3 East Seventh st.,
between Jackson and Sibley sts. Cut flow
ers and plants.
E. F. LEMKE, Wholesale Grower of Cut
Flowers—Green houses Farrlngton and Uni
HOLM A OLSON, Florists—Decorations and
artistic floral work a specialty. 336 St.
CAPITAL CITY FURNITURE COMPANY,
manufacturers bank, public building, office,
church and store furniture, etc. 639 Jackson.
SEVENTH ST., 278, WEST—First-class fur
nished rooms for rent; bath; parlor, $6, and
front room $5 per month.
THE SPA COMPANY, manufactu7ers~^fso~da
fountains, soda water apparatus and sup
plka. 61 E. Fillmore ay.. 78 S. Robert st.
JULI US PETER C 0.—314 East Seventh st.
Repairers of gutters, roofs. All kinds of
lamps, stoves and pumps.
W. A. ROUNDY & CO.~-^BTcycfing repairing
and built to order; umbrellas recovered and
repaired; locksmithing, etc. 381 Robert st.
A. OSTRANDER — General jobbing In tin.
sheet iron roofing, guttering, gasoline stoves.
Corner Selby ay. and St. Albans st.
H. F. SCHWABE, Staple and Fancy Grocer
ies—22o W. 6th st. Fresh fruits and vege
tables. Orders promptly delivered. Tel. 1363.
ALEXANDER RAPP7~deaier in slaplVand
fancy groceries; table butter a specialty.
Corner Ninth and Exchange sts.
WHITE & CO.—Fancy groceries; agents for
Chase & Sanborn's fine teas and coffees.
Telephone 4492. No. 380 Jackson st.
LYNCH & KNONSCHNABEL—DeaIers In
staple and fancy groceries. Butter, eggs and
_eheese_a specialty. 426 S. Robert, cor. Isabel.
C. A. PEARSON, wholesale and retail grocer;
canned good 3, vegetables, etc. 976 Fau
quler St., corner East Seventh st.
STERLING GROCERY C 0.—280 East Seventh
st. Staple and fancy groceries. Select teas
and coffees a specialty.
JOHN HAUSENER^ dealer in fine meats,
staple and fancy groceries. Telephone Dale
18-3. 100 Dale St., corner Ashland.
' J. B. ALLISON, dea>r in staple and fancy
groceries. Telephone, Dale $8. 169 Dale st.
corner Selby ay.
HORRIGAN & BROS., dealers in fancy and
staple groceries and meats. Tel. 815. 638
and 640 Mississippi st.
MIDWAY GROCERY,"brcTDahline, proprieT
tor. Staple and fancy groceries, No. 1931
P. T. WAGNER, Dealer in Staple and Fancy
Groceries. Try us; we are the lowest. Tele
phone 515. Seven Corners.
LEWIS REGELSBERGER, 219 East Seventh
St.—Telephone, 769—Staple and fancy gro
ceries, vegetables and fruits.
MEACHAM & CO.—Staple and fancy gro
ceries, fruits, vegetables, etc. 682 Selby ay.,
corner St. Albant st.
P. EN MARK & SON—Staple and fancy grocer
ies. C 23 University ay.
A. C. JORDAN, staple and fancy groceries,
849 Rice st.
KNEIP & BUTZlN—Dealers in staple and
fancy groceries. 600 Canada st. L _
JULIUS STONGAARD, dealer in groceries and
meats. Merriam Park, Minn.
BERGEN J. ERICKSON, staple and fancy
groceries, 1099 Payna ay.
J. G. ZEIMET, dealer in hardware, stoves and
tinware, gasol'ne stoves; repairing a spe
clalty. 675 Se".by ay.
E. J. PEYER—AH kinds of gasoline stoves
repaired; work guaranteed and promptly
attended to. 514 Rice st.
ST. PAUL ~ STATnDD~~GLASS^C^MPAN V—
J. D. Breck, Mgr.—Manfr. of mirrors and
glass bevelers. 181 East Sixth st., St. Paul.
C. O. PEASE, manufacturer of French mir
rors, beveled plate glass. Eighth and Min
nesota, St. Paul. Minn.
CARL SYNEK—267 E, 7th st. Guns, bicycles,
cutlery and ammunition. Repairing of every
STANDARD GUM CO.—Patronize home In
dUEtries; chew Standard gum; your dealer
sells It. 461 Temperance St., St. Paul.
JOSEPH S. HAACK, Hardwtfod~and furniture
refinished, enameled, gilded and repollshed
house and sign painting. 18 East Third «t.
HAAS & ANDERSON, dealers in hardware,
gasoline stoves and tinware; tin, copper
and sheet iron workers. 140 South Wabasha.
E. R. SPINDLER, dealer In builders' hard
ware and mechanics' tools, stoves, ranges
and glassware. Cor. 7th and Fauquier sts.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
E. HEINZE, Harness and Saddlery—439 St.
Peter st. Complete stock, reasonable prices
Repair work a specialty.
ST. PAUL HAT WORKS—I6S E. 7th st., room
11. Any kind of hat made to order, or your
old hat to look like new.
ARION HOTEL—Corner W. 7th and Chest
nut sts. Rates, $1 to $1.50 per day. Elec
trlc cars pass the door. P.J.Duenwald.prop.
GROSS' HOTEL—2IO W. 7th »t., near Seven
Corners. Travelers and boarders will find
the best accommodations. Ernest Frey.prop
ST. PAUL BUSINESS FIRMS
JOHN C. SlMONS,VPrattlcal Horseshoer—7o
W. 7th st. Certified member National Horse-
Bhoerß' Association? Qood wark.
ESHELMAN & ITEN, practical horseshoers;
diseases of the feet and interfering; reduced
prices; work gnaraTUeeff. 412 Cedar.
WILLIAM TACKB, Gnaniftcturer of carriages
and wagons; repairing! and horseshoeing a
specialty. 898 East Seventh st.
RENSTROM^iBRbi, 1 political horseshoers.
general blacksmith*,. wagon work and re
pairing, corner PaVfc^ ay^ and Lawson st
FRANK CORMIER/ Practical horseshoer and
blacksmith and yagorfmaker. 641 Missis
S. J. NORTH FlELffVwarded seeond^pTizeTin
horseshoers' contest by five states for Sci
entlflc Theories on Horseshoeing. 152 E. Bth.
P. N. LINQUIST, examined farrier; no buriT
ing of the hoof; finsNelass work; all dis
eases of the hoof cured. Bth and Robert.
C. OSTERGAARD-General blacksmithingi
wagon repairing; special tire setting, $2 a
set. Broadway and Grove st.
J. P. DILL, scientific horse-shoer; special at
tention given to lame and interfering horses.
Tel. 1128-3. Broadway and Grove.
J. H. MURPHY, practical horseshoer; lame
and diseased feet a specialty. Corner Eighth
JOHN AREND, horseshoeing and general re
pairing shop. No. 1922 University ay.
TAYLOR & HORRKJAN— jTlvTfaylor, W.
J. Horrigan, Jiorseahoers. 179 East Sixth st.
JOHN A. BAYNE—SI9 StrPeteTst. Practical
horseshoer. A trial solicited.
M. M. MITCHELL, Hair Goods—Theatrical
goods on hire ami for sale. 318 Wabasha Ht.
MRS. T. H. LYLES, Hair E~mportum— All
kinds of hair goods; shampooing, bleaching
and dyeing. 5 West Fifth st.
ORIENTAL HAIR PARLORS—Mme. E. J.
Allen, proprietor; tor ladies and gents;
213 Washburn building.
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS.
EKHOLM & CO., house and sign painters;
paperhanglng, decorating, etc. 731 and 733
East 7th St., bet. Bateg ay and Maple st.
MELBYE & CO.—House and sign painting;
graining, glazing, hardwood finishing, kal-
Bomining and paper hanging. 199 W. 3d st.
ST. PAUL CO-OPERATIVE PAINTING CO.—
House, sign and decorative painters, paper
hanglng and kalsonjlnlng. Tel. 977-2. 167 Bth.
E. J. BRACK—House and sign painting, grain
ing, paper hanging and kalsomining. 527
Greenwood Kf., near. State and Concord.
A. SWANSON, House and Sign Painter-
Dealer in wall paper, window glass, etc.,
musical instruments; repairs. 853 Payne ay.
SCHNEIDER & LUCKERT, dealers in econ
omy heaters, steam, hot water, warm air;
furnace repairing. Smith ay. and Third st.
MID WAY HORSI<f ~MA rT\ET, William Cun^
ningham & Co., proprietors. Horse commis
sion dealers. O. E. Taylor, commission
salesman. Universi y ay., Midway.
A. B. BELL & CO.—lnsurance correspondence
solicited. Office 1932 St. Anthony ay. Res.,
1888 Carroll st.
THE MOST DEITcToUS ICE CREAM~~is
Ramaley's; greatly reduced prices to fam
ilies; $1.00 a gallon to church festivals.
SIMON NELSON, watchmaker and jeweler,
263 E. 7th st All kinds of spectacles. Watch
repairing a specialty.
M. L. FINKELSTEIN, Jeweler and Broker-
Fine watch repairing a specialty. 116 East
Seventh st. ■
NORTHWESTERN LAUNDRY—Hand Laun~
. dry—All work guaranteed dons without a
particle of damage; shirts, 10c. 171 13th st.
ELK LAUNDRY CO., Henry Grunhagen
manager; telephone 268. No. 51 West Third
ST. ANTHONY HILL LAUNDRY—Hand
work only. L. C. Johnson, proprietor, 117
--_JI9 Maekubin st.
SEVEN CORNERS^ HAND LAUNDRY^CO.—
E. H. Bragg, proprietor. 248 West Third st.
Tel. 1209. Good work and prompt delivery.
TAYLOR LAUNDRY, A. Holton. Proprietor—
151 West Sixth st. First-class work guaran
teed. Goods called for and delivered.
EASTERN LAUNDRY CO.—Tel. 1269. Guar
antees first-class work. Goods called for
and delivered. 67 S. Robert st.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS, lflc; flrstTclasl
work. Snow Flake Laundry, 224 West
THE ELITE LAUNDRYTsS'TaeIby ay., St.
MORTSHEAD & HORRIGAN—PaIace livery
and boarding stables. 3<SB East Ninth st.
Tel. 931; 488 Seiby ay. Tel. Dale 185.
W. H7^ROMLEY7Ti\ery— Fine trapsTsfngle
rigs at living prices; boarding a specialty.
Tel. 526. No. 192 West Third st.
LOCK.SMITHING AND REPAIRING.
J. E. STRAUSS—I 47 West Fifth st~ General
locksmithing. safes opened and repaired.
model work, bicycles repaired.
R. D. MILES. Locksmith—General jobbing,
all kinds of electrical construction; safes
opened, repaired. 141 East Fifth st.
M'COLLUM & M'COLLUM—Bicycle builders
and repairers; sundries, etc.; open evenings.
Seventh and St. Peter; basement.
DOMINIC & CO.—BB East Ninth st. General
repairers of retinning of copper, brass, Iron,
JENNY ANDERSON, 189 East Seventh St.—
Swedish movement and massage treatment;
ladles only: 10 to 12 a. m.: g to 6 p. m.
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
FRED SPARS, Wines, Liquors and Cigars—
226 West Seventh st. Family trade solicit
ed: cigars by the box.
ST. PAUL LITHOGRAPHIC COMPANY—
Engraving, printing .and publishing. G.
Jay Rice & Co., Fifth and Jackson.
H. B. BOYESON STATIONERY COMPANY—
Stationers, printers, lithographers, engrav
ers. etc. 123-125 East Fifth st.
UNION MATTRESS COMPANY—Mattresses
of every description, spring beds, cots, cribs,
cradles, pillow feathers, etc. 17 5. Third.
ALEXANDER BROS., Manufacturing Confec
tloners. Telephone 011. OfCca, 89 East Sev
enth gt.. factory. 181-183 West Seventh st.
MISS MARY SCHAFER—2B7 W. 7th st. Lat
est styles and fashionable millinery at tho
lowest^ prices Hats trimmed 25 cts. each.
A. OSTERTAG—Fir«t-claßs~mtllinery; order
work a specialty; the lowest prices for
goods. 180 West Seventh st.
MISSES LUNELL & ISTOLPESTAD, fashion
able milliners, latest styles; good taste and
low price. 903 Payne ay.
IVERSON SISTERS, flne milliners; only fash
ionable and latest styles, our prlcea always
please. 214 West Seventti Bt.
LA NioDE~MILLTNERY, Mrs.~W. S. Swank"
Manager—9l West Seventh st. Latest styles
In fine millinery.
MRS. M. CROSS^2O9 E. 7th st. Fine rnlTlU
nery, fancy goods, notions and all kinds of
fine hair goods.
THE MISSES PIERCE, DRESSMAKERS^
Ladles' tailor-made dresses a specialty. 27
W. 4th st. -
MISS WHlTNEY—Dresses made at hal7~the
usual price; work guaranteed. Call and
get prices. 23 Forepaugh Block. 7 Corners.
MRS. M. STEWART, Mediate—Rooms 421-422
ST. PAUL BUSINESS FIRMS
CHAS. I. JOHNSON—Repairing, printing and
book-binding; machinery, gasoline engines
etc. 90 East K'fth. et.
JOHN HEBERLE, manufacturer and dealer
In granite and marble monuments, head
stones, markers, etc. 697 W. 7th Bt.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED.
CHAS. HIRSCHY, expert music box and fanT
cy clock repairer. 68 East Seventh st.
BANTZ & REISMAN. Merchant Tailors—43
W. 7t st., rooms 4 and 5. Workmanship guar
anteed. Union label on every garment.
CONTINENTAL TAILORING CO.—Superior
workmanship; fit guaranteed; pants, $4 up;
150 East Sixth st.
CHAS. DIETER, Merchant Taller—Latest
styles and good fit guaranteed. Repairing
and cleaning attended to. 830 Payne ay.
J. P. MURPHY—Fine tailoring; ladles' capes
and jackets a specialty; men's suits made
for $12 if cloth Is supplied. 383 Wabasha st.
ST. PAUL TAILORING CO., merchant tallora;
moderate prices; workmanship guaranteed.
Room 9, Reardon Blk., 7th and Minnesota.
ART TAILORING CO., W. L. Boshart. Man
ager—Fashionab'.o tailoring. Moderate
prlcea;. Room 222. Washburn Building.
JOS. CHARTIER, merchant tailor, Room 3
Sherman block, 390 Wabasha st., corner
Sixth; full dress suits a specialty.
STERLING TATLORING CO^lßo E. 7th st
Superior workmanship. Fit guaranteed. J. A.
L. A. REINKE, Tailor, 107~East Seventh st.,
between Robert and Minnesota, St. Paul,
JOHNSON, THE TAILOR—39S East Seventh
st. Reasonable prices. Satisfaction guar
DR. GULDBORG'S electric Turkish batha,
massage movement pure, for gentlemen, la
dles, children. Lowry Arcade, 275.
MISS KRIEGER—Why look old? All facial
blemishes permanently removed. Ladles
wishing treatment address 447 St. Peter.
ST. PAUL MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTl
tute, Eye and Ear infirmary, Merrill Bldg.,
6th and St. Peter; free examinations.
charges for messages 20c per hour; delivery
statements. Tel. 200. 95 E. 4th st.
A. JOHNSON & CO., manufacturers and re
palrers ; first-class work guaranteed; pianos
tuned and polished. 40 West Exchange.
PROHOFSKY & SMOLEY—367 Franklin st.
Manufacturers of guitars and zithers.
PROF. MORENO—Spanish method Instructor
In guitar, mandolin and Spanish language.
Studio 322 Washburn Building.
CARL HEILMAEER, Pianist—Graduate of the
Royal Conservatory, Munich. Room 303,
Merrill Building, Fifth and St. Peter sts.
ST. PAUL MUSICAL INSTRUMENT MAN
ufacturing Company—Musical Instruments
manufactured and repaired. 37 W. Third st.
MRS. ELLA M. LAMBERSON, Voice Culture.
Pupil of Vanniui, Florence, Italy; Delle
Sedie and Fred Walker. Studio 51 Conover.
SMITH MUSIC HOUSE—Pianos, organs, mu
sical merchandise, sheet music, etc.; music
al instruments repaired. 442 Wabasha st.
D. G. BROSE—Director Brose orchestra, mili
tary band and mandolin orchestra. Rooms
11 and 12, Horman Block.
J. H. BRASS, teacher of cornet and violin;
Brass' orchestra and band music furnished
for all occasions. 419 North Exchange st.
MISS ELSIE BACKUS, teacher of vocal and
instrumental music. 257 West Third st.,
corner Smith ay.
MR. W. R. STOLL, vocal culture; bariione
pupil of Slg. J. Rubo and Lamperti. Room
613 Ptienlr Bldg. _
W. RYS-HuRBERT, teacher of voice and
piano. Studio No. 305 Merrill block, oppo
site Windsor hotel.
ZEDA SCHEINBERGER, teacher of vocal and
instrumental music, guitar, piano, etc. Ox
ford hall, corner Tenth and St. Peter sts.
H. E. HOLPI-I, expert piano tuner; action and
tone regulator. 510 Rice st.
PROF.~L. J. LUNDGREN. teacher of guitarT
banjo and mandolin. 300 Merrill Bldg.
MATTH. FRANK, teacher of music; also Im
porter of fine song birds. 87 West Tenth st.
EMIL STRAKA, Violinist—Residence, 159
_West Sixth_st.,_St._Paul, Minn._
C. MARTIN, teacher of mandolin, banjo 7nd
guitar; all music free. 42 Forbes ay.
ST. PAUL MIRROR AND GLASS COM
pany, manufacturers, designers, resilvering.-
No. 318 Minnesota st., St. Paul. Minn.
PROF. F. HEITZMAN, Optician—Eyes ex
amined and lenses ground to correct the
sight. Drug Store. Sixth and Wabasha sts.
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK.
CAPITAL CITY ORNAMENTAL IRON
Works, manufacturers of bank and office
rair.ngs, elevator enclosures. Tel. 796. 145
G. D. EAMES, PHOTOGRAPHS—Latest styles
in photos; photo buttons at one-half price:
best in the city. 104 S. Wabasha.
C. H NEWCOMBE,"artistic""photographer;
p!atino and glossy photographs. No. 419
KRAFT'S STUDIO—3I9 E. 7th st Photo
graphs for 25 cents a dozen.
J. E. JONES. Photographer, 273 E. 7th st.
Specialties views, copying, framing, etc.
HENNEPIN STUDIO. 420 Wabasha St., St
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS.
P. J. FITZGIBBON—Painting and decorating,
graining*, glazmg. paper hanging; jobbing
promptly attended to. 103 West Third st.
P. SCHOLLERT—466 St. Peter st. Telephone
1295. Wall paper tinting and interior decor
PAPER BOX MANUFACTURERS.
CHAS. WEINHAGEN & CO., manufacturers
of paper boxes. 21 and 23 East Eighth st
D. J. HARRINGTON & Co 7, Plumbers—Cov
tracting for keeping plumbing and hot water
apparatus first-class a specialty. 151 Unl. ay.
JOHN J. SNlKEß—Plumbing and gas fit
ting; jobbing promptly attended to. Tel.
1344. 298 Maria ay. ■
CON MADDEN, Plumber and~Gas~Fitter—Re
pa.r work promptly attended to. With A.
Ostrander, corner Selby ay. and St Albans.
THOS. R. NAGLE—Plumbing and gas fitting.
Jobbing promptly done. Estimates given
__on_appllcat!on. 399 South Wabasha st.
HURLEY & CO., practical plumbers and heat
ing engineers; ventilating a specialty. 437
Selby ay. Tel. 1077. 405 S. Robert. Tel. 1471.
P. GLEICH & C 0.—547 Wabasha st piumb
lng, gas, steam and hot water heating. Job
blng promptly attended to.
PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING.
R. J. CHENERY, plumbing and~gas~fltt!ng":
steam and hot water heating; estimates
furnished on application. 627 gclby ay.
BAKER PLASTER CO.. manufacturers of
Baker perfection wall plaster. 916 Fau
qulPr st. Tel 1582.
PICTURES AND FRAMES.
St. paul~pTcture prame~mfg. co.—
Mould ings, picture frames, mirrors etc.;
china firing a specialty. No. 319 Wabasha.
C. THOMAS-^4?9~St Peter st. Pictures, pic
ture frames and art material.
GUSTAF OHNELL, M. G., qualified by Prof.
Unmans college, Stockholm; Swedish move
ment and massage. 413 PhtsnU block.
ST. PAUL BUSINESS FIRMS
DR. C. J. WOOLWAY-Hours, 10 to 12 a. mT,
it to 4p. m. and 7to 8 p. m. Office and resl
dence. 311 Washburn Building. Tel. 869.
DR. CHAS. P. ARZT^Offlce~hou~rs, 10 to 12
a. m., 2 to 4 p. in. Tel. 1581. 426 South
DR. R. O. EARL; office hours, 10:30 to 12 a.
m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 2 to 4
p. m. Tel. 445, or 606 Payne ay. and York.
DR. W. C. DOBSON, physician and surgeonT
office hours, 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. Room 200
Kendrlck block No. 27 East Seventh St.
FRED SCIIMID, Stall No. 2, City Market—
Poultry, fish, cheese and eggs and butter;
MILLER & 6'HARA~Prrnters—Fine book
and Job printing. Brlefa and paper books
_a^peclalty :L _l4^jEast_Fourth st.
WILLIAM KENNEDY PRINTING CO.—Lat
est styles in type and composition and sta
tionery ;fine L commercial work. 122 E. 3d st.
CYRUS B. ELLIOTT—Fine " commercial
printing, lithographing and designing. 346
ST. PAUL PRINTING COMPANY—WiIIiam
P. Repke, Manager—Book, job and com
mercial printing. Tel. KIT. 326 Sibley st.
CURTIS & BAKER, Job printers: first-claw
work; reasonable pHres. Telephone' 1447-2
No. 361 Robert ht, corner Fifth st. . •
ROOMS AND BOARD.
FIRST-CLASS BOARD and rooms; every
thlng pertaining to home comforts at $3 per
week. Margarethe Hanson, 364 Broadway.
TENTH ST., 70"WEST—Modern house, with
all conveniences. Board and rooms flrst
class at $3.50 and $4.00 per week.
JACKSON ST., 544—Centrally located; all con
veniences, bath, etc., with first-class room
and board, at $3.50 per week.
ALL FRONT ROOMS; prices reasonable. 402
North Washington st.
COLLEGE AY., 26, WEST—Newly~f U rnished
rooms, with board, and suite of parlors;
all modern conveniences.
SEVENTH ST., 245 WEST—Nicely furnished
rooms and board; $3.50 and $4 per week.
STOPPEL & 7?O. makers'of rag carpets and
rugs; best work; lowest prices; goods called
for and eelivered. 576 Rice et.
' NOVELTY~DINiN(rHALIr-Best In the city;
regular meals 20 cents; six meals $1.00;
twenty-one meals $3.50. 14 East Eighth st.
V. HOSCH—464 Jackson stT A regular 23
cent meal for 15 cents. Cigars and tobacco.
-1 tors, butchers', hotels'; old refrigerators re
modeled; office and factory. ISO W. 4th st.
ROOFERS AND CORNICE WORKERS.
GRIFFIN & LAMBERT~CO.—I2I East Unl
versity ay. Copper and galvanized cornice,
tin, slate, pitch and gravel roofing.
JACOB SCHABER—Tiu, copper, shettTnO gl- a
vanized iron guttering; tin and tar roofing.
Repairing a specialty. 747 Payne ay.
MAX GROZOVSKY—Guarantee cure for rheu
matism, paralysis; regular baths, 25 cents.
112 Sherburne ay.
A. SACHWITZ—2S6 E. 7th st. Manufacturer
of fine sausage and all kinds of fresh meats.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND SEWING MA
chines for sale on easy terms; repairing a
_Bpecialty._George H. David. 142 S. Wabasha.
PETER MAX, sewing machine expert; re
pairing of all kinds of sewing machines a
specialty. 421 University ay.
SHEET METAL WORKERS.
KARST & >3REHERT~sheet metaF workers"^
cornices and skylights; roofers, pitch, gravel
tin, iron; furnaces, hardware. 183 W. 3d st!
E. B. CHRISTMAN, tinTand sheeT~metal
worker, furnaces, stoves, etc., cleaned and
_repaired. \Valtham_and Prior ays.
MISS M. HEHIR—If you~are"~iiTneed~of"sTe~
nographer call us up; tel. 126. Kendrick
Blk.. 27 East Seventh st.
STOVES AND HARDWARE.
H. COPILOVICH-lTiTw; 7th BT.~New~iaio^
line stoves exchanged; second-hand heating
and cook stoves; stoves stored and repaired.
JAMES L. M-kETvEY\~signs; pictorial work
a specialty. 356 Jackeon st.. St. Paul. Minn.
AMERICAN STOVE REPA HT WORKS—
Wholesale and retail dealer in stove re
pairs. 180-188 West Seventh st.
ALICE M'BAIN^423~E 7th St., t7ance,™ test
and busineii- medium.
WILLIAM MURRAY & CO.. tea importers,
spice dealers, manufacturers flavoring ex
tracts, baking powders, bluing. 116 W. 3d.
EASTERN TAILORING CO.—Suits made to
order, cleaning, dyeing and repairing; la
dlus' and gentlemen's cloaks. 61 East Sixth.
A. RADMANN. Merchant Tailor—Clean.ng and
repairing neatly and promptly done. Dale
St., between University and Sherburne ays.
ANTON SKOOG. Tailoring—s2 West Fifth St.
Suits made to order; cleaning and repairing
neatly and quickly done.
CHrTsT~NELSON—4O? East Se7enth~st. Get
your clothes made at the very lowest prices.
Good workmanship guaranteed.
CHARLES KLOSTERMAN—TaiIoring7 clean
ir.g and repairing; suits made to order a
specialty. 52 East Fourth st.
M. MALZAHN. Merchant fa ilor—Clean ing,
dyeing and repairing. «25 Selby ay.
JOHN G. ALLEN—Ocean steamships Tickets
to and from Europe at cheapest rates; cabin
berths reserved by wire, free. 296 Sibley st.
H. LOHRBAUER—Are you going to Europe?
Get rates by flrst-claiss lines aud secure
your berth through. IS7 East Third st.
ALKI for the complexion, scalp and hair
men or women agents for city or country
wanted. 521 Washburn block.
ST. PAULTtoWEL EXCHANOlf~offlce and
steam laundry. No. 65 South Robert st.
MACK'S HAIHTtONIC restores" gray hair;
scalp diseases treated. Shampoo.facial cream,
toilet soap, perfume. 515 Washburn Bldg.
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
J. H. HEDEEN & C 0.—406 Minnesota st.
Umbrella repairers. The only place you can
have umbrella covers sewed to order.
CAL. J. SHAFFER, fine parlor furniture and
odd pieces made to order from special de
glgns; also hair mattresses. No. 389 Selby.
E. MATTHES, upholsterer and cabinet mak
er; expressing and furniture removing.
384 Dayton ay., corner Western.
HARRY KAHN, furniture repairing and up
holsterlng; furniture and mattresses made
to irdet and renovated. 61 East Sixth st.
OTTO MAREK—Mattresses made to order and
renovated; carpets cleaned and laid; cush
ions and window seats. 370 Minnesota st.
UPHOLSTERING AXD FURNITURE.
7TH STREET UPHOLSTERING AND FUIT
niture C 0.—423 W.7th st. All work called for
and delivered free. Cormlck & Mitchell.
ST. PAUL BUSINESS FIRMS
GEORGE C. BANTZ~& CO., funeral directors
"derf^fgpk^^ t Ure frameS made to
THOORSELL & THAUNG-327 East Seventh
St.; telephone 67. Funeral directors and
J. A. WILLWERSCHEIb7~funeraI directors
and embalmers; telephone 63. 477 St. Peter
LOUIS MILCH-517 Wabasha Tt. Alll^dl
of string Instruments repaired In artistlo
RICHARD PRICE, Veterinary Surgeon-^69
W. 4th st. has remodeled his Infirmary for
_animals. Every modern appliance. Tel. 430.
3'^L ADAMSON, D. V.~S.-Res7d^nce~~39iy4
Selby ay.; office, 20 West Fourth St. Tel.,
WALL. PAPER AM) PAINTERS.
F'i.t ß'T«iA^,& SONTPaTnters, 473 St. Peter
dec tl °Ur Wa papers« choice
L. TURNER & CO.—Painting and papertaangl
ing; wall paper; satisfaction guaranteed
_estlma^tes_glven JL _Tel. 1520-4. 587 Broadway!
l W |iih WSiWIFfIW EasFseTe^th st Estab^
Jisnca 1864. \\all_paper, carpets, window
; shades a.nd mpttf g- -•
WHOLESALE TOYS A\D KOTIOHB.
HESSE & DAMCKE—Wholesale toys and
notions. Pipes a specialty. 280 East Sixth
MENK RROTHERS, established 1876 whole
sfs'f. gt?Pa"i.£° n r n n ncr.er S"th and *»«""«
WINES AND LIQUORS—WHOLESALE.
L7¥PPSTEIN & SONS CO.-Wholesale winei',
a? , li(} uors- Sole Proprietors of famoii*
Maple Leaf rye. 567 JackFon st.
WINES AND CIDERS.
E. F. GRAY & CO., hard cider, sweet cider
champagne eider, wines and vinegars; ab
solutely pure fruit Juices. 96 East Third st.
BERGSTEDT BROS. CIDER~ COM PA NY*
successors to California Cider Company'
wholesale dealers. 543 Decatur gt. _*
ST. PAUL WIRE WORKS-Wlre signs, bank
and office railings, window guards, wire and
_lron fences, etc. 276 Jackson 6t.
PA££k WOVBN WIRE FENCE CO.-John J.
DANNER, local agent. Residence 664 Hall
ay.; office. 62 East Fourth st.
W. C. DUNPHY~& CO.. manufacturers wood
carpet, parquetry, all kinds of plain and
ornamental hardwood floors. 203 W. Fifth.
J. DUNFEE & CO., Manufacturers of H.~B~.
Reviver, for Interior woodwork especially
for floors, wood carpet. 63 West Seventh st.
The Young Ladles' club was entertained
by Miss Virginia Dufresne on Wednesday.
Prizes were won by Miss Elner Dobson and
Mrs. W. J. Murray.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Swor.son and daughter,
of Marshall avenue, who have been spending
the week with Mrs. McCarty, have returned
to St. Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. Hallowell. Mr. and Mrs. A.
J. Swenson. Mr. and Mrs. Northrope will
spend Sunday here, the guests of Mrs. C. B.
Mr. Bach, Miss Whitham. Miss Arnold,
Mr. Eustace and Miss Bradfore were guesta
of Miss Teeple, of DewY Drop inn.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Reid and Mrs. M. M.
Bunker were guests of Mr. and Mrs. William
Dampier, of Idylwilde.
Miflfl Edith Brown, who has been pppnding
the past week at the Dampier cottage, has
returned to town.
The Ladies' Card club met with Mrs. Kriea
i on Tuesday. Prizes were won by Mrs. Krics
| and Mrs. Brazil.
| Mr. and Mrs. L. A. King. Miss Lambert,
j Mr. W. \. Wright picnicked on the grounds
Norbert Murray left Friday for Green Bay,
Wis.. where he will remain the rest ol the
Mr. and Airs. Clements and family, of Min
neapolis, will spend the Fourth at "Wood
Mr. and Mrs. Klinkerfuss were the guests
, of Mr. and Mrs. George Klinkerfuss last
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kuby spent Saturday at.
! Oak Dell, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A E.
Mrs. Turnbull. of Wocdbirte. gave a din
ner party Wednesday. Covers were laid for
| Miss Mabel SLqueland and Mrs. Stone, of
I Bald Eagle, called on friends Wednesday.
Mrs. Ilowerth entertained at luncheon on
I Thursday in honor of her son's birthday.
The Misses Sanders left Wednesday for Buf
falo, where they will stay two weeks.
Grace Dampier will entertain the Young-
Ladies' Euchre club next Wednesday.
Mr. Chapin has returned from New York,
and is now at Honey Suckle lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Jones and daughter were
I guests at Fern Dell the past week.
Mrs. Fisher, of Dakota, is spending a
month with her son at Woodbine.
Mr. and Mrs. Middleton spent Saturday the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Simcock.
The Mahtomedl people spent a very pleasant
j evening at Wildwood Tuesday.
Miss Francis Lamprey was a guest of Miss
' Murray Wednesday. *
i Mr. F. Gumey and Mr. W. Ray spent Sun
day on the grounds.
Mrs.Brazil will entertain the Ladies' Euchre
: club next Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferry were visitors at the
A party of young people spent Thursday at
Dr. Worth was a guest of Mrs. C. n.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bloomer have gone
Mr. C. Stickney and Mr. Jones are one the
Mr. W. F. Morgan spent a few days on th»
Mr. and Mrs. Hallowe'.l called on friends
Mrs. Callalian is visiting Mrs. I. W. Tripp.
Mrs. Gravel fs a guest of Mrs. Brazil.
Mrs. Cressy is a guest or Mrs. Gale.
A bicycle party was given Friday.
Mrs. Dre?£n is at Woodbine.
W. W. Allen is at the hotel.
HAST ST. PA I L.
The marriage of Miss Laura Oman and
John Mol.cn? occurred Saturday evening at
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Peterson, on York
street. Rev. S. W. Sunberg performed the
ceremony in ihe presence of their immediate
relatives and friends. The bride was attend
ed by Miss Ida Peterson as maid of hontir,
while Martin Anderson acted as best man.
The (.thcr attendants were Miss Lvna Motoerg
and Charles Osman. The bride wore a jn>wn
of cream wool and carried a bouquet of white
roses. A reception followed from 7 to 10.
Music was furnished by a band.
Mrs. Paul Krueger. of Mendota street,
gave a children's party in honor of her
daughter Edna's tenth birthday Saturday
afternoon from 3 to .">. Those present were
Matiie McOall. of Minneapolis; Dora and
Bthel Lo May. Katie and Mamie McCrowen,
Mary Sharp. Edna Van l>uzee. Elsie Huff,
Agnes Hanson. Esther Larson, May Ltither,
Lincoln OWlalley and lima Krueger. Mrs.
Krueger was assisted by Mesdamos J. Luther
and A. GHderman.
Miss May Belle Elmer, of Burr street, was
pleasantly surprised Wednesday evening by
her young friends. Progressive cinch was
played and the prize winners were: Lady's
head. Miss Gussie Gebhardt: second. Miss
May Belle Elmer: gents', first. W. H. Otto;
second, J. R. Vergosen; after which ice
cream, cake and lamonade were served.
Mrs. Henry Voges. of Hyacinth street, < n
tertained at 4 o'clock tea Wednesday. The
guests were Mrs. A. Lemke, Mrs. P. Bohland,
the Misses Hedwig, Lemke. Lillie Bohland,
Alice Davis. Ada Lewis and Nellie Har
rison, of Minneapolis. Mrs. Voves was as
sisted by Miss Eleanor Voges.
Elton Brandos, of Fauquier stroc-t. wa*
given a surprise Friday evening In honor of
his nineteenth birthday by his young friends.
Dancing was the feature of the evening,
music being furnished by the Excelsior or
Mr. and Mrs. L. Good and the Misses
Lizzie and Flora Good. Retta Leason, Messrs.
Charles Dudley and Mr. Bronson, spent the
past week at Lake Clitheral. The week was
devoted to fishing.