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At GUST 'TWILIGHT.
[At eventide the dusky murmurs fall—
Oh, the honey of the kisses of thy
"At eventide the ships beyond the wall
»'.. slipping to their harbor in the South.
IThe drowsy bee his evening vesper hums.
The frog begins to croak his night
"The cticket in the sleepy meadow
st i urns—
j Oh, the sweetness of the clinging of
Dh, the wonder of the beauty of thine
Oh, the splendor of thy youthful
strength and grace!
Oh. the glory of the love that never dies!
Oh, the tenderness that glorifies thy
"At eventide the eyes of heaven shine.
And o'er them liit the clouds in trailing
Who little buds go nodding on the vine
That over Lottie spreads its leafy sails.
[Each bird Is dreaming in his nest,
Nor in our dreams are thou and I
In all this world of sleep there is no rest
For the longing for the beating of thy
If- .. The *mart Set.
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' The marriage of Miss Mary Genevieve
Bass, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
B. Bass, of Summit avenue, to Charles
"Dixwell Thompson will take place Thurs
day evening at St. Paul's Episcopal
church. Mis. Bass will be attended by
Miss Alice Pope as maid of honor. Miss
Josephine Kalman, Miss Marian Simpson,
Miss Cornelia Saunders and Miss Warner
will be the bridesmaids. The best man
Will be Lawrence ,Miller. The following
young men will be ushers: George Mc
pherson, John Eden. C. O. Kalman, W.
W. Price, John Kellogg, of New York;
Otto Hartman, of Duluth; S. G. Hutchin
son, of West Superior, and L. W. Leit
head, of Duluth. .-;• • < v.n;
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Mrs; Ansel Oppenheim gave a dinner
_-.arty Thursday evening at the Aber
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Miss Mary Bass was the guest of honor
fat a kitchen shower-given Wednesday by
Miss .Mice Pope at her home on Ashland
PLEASURES PAST. j
The St. Cecilia Social club has recent
ly been organized by fourteen West side
young women. The officers of the club
rare: President, Miss Helen Shanley;
Vice president, Miss Margaret Carroll;
"secretary, Miss Gertrude Griffin: treas
urer, Mis* Gertrude McGrorty. Mis. Mc
prorty entertained the club Thursday at
Jier-h.me on Bidwell street. Next Thurs
day the new organization will enjoy a
picnic at Como.
Mrs. William Kuehn entertained at din
tier Fr.'day at her home on East Univer
sity avenue in "honor of Miss Anna
Kuehn, of Milwaukee. Tho guests were
Mr. and Mrs. T. Austin Btarkey, Miss
Alice Baker. Miss Maude Marshall, J. S.
Thompson and Charles McMurdy, of Min
Mrs. J. S. Whltacre entertained Infor
mally at whislt Friday afternoon at her
"home on Hague avenue In honor of Mrs.
DM. F. Boyce, of Cedar Rapids, lowa.
High score, were mode by Mrs. M. R.
Conable. Mrs. H. J. Dewell, Mrs. J. R.
"Donohue and Mrs. Boyce.
Mrs. M. E. Stewart entertained the
members cf Neighborhood club at euchre
Thursday afternoon at her home on Igle
liart street. Favors were won by Mrs.
Bchrere, Mis. Scott, Miss Benton and
Mrs. la. E. Penny entertained the Birth
day club at euchre Thursday afternoon
Bt her home on West Fifth street. Fa
\oi. were won by Mrs. T. W. Brown,
Mrs. W. S. Flyni and Mrs. Howard Lan
Mrs. Richard Peel, of Tusearora street,
"entertained at luncheon Friday in honor
of Mrs. A. M. McAlpine, of Peoria. 111.,
and Mrs. Mary C. Taylor, of Minneapolis.
Covers were laid for eleven.
PEWSOKAIi ESS I OX.
"Mrs. William D. Titus, of Moorhead,
Who has been spending a month with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George N.
Lamphero, of Nina avenue, has returned
to Detroit Lake, Minn., where she will
spend the remainder of the heated term,
and then return to St. Paul. _
. Mr. and Mrs. James Allen McLeod. of
Mackubin street; Miss Florence Schiff
mann, of Summit avenue, and their guest,
C. M. Steward, of Piano. 111., left last
"evening for a river cruise to Prcscott.
Mrs. R. E. MoCieary, G.S2 East Fourth
Street, has returned home, having spent
two weeks with Mrs. Kate Weaver at
"Minnelle Cottage," Excelsior, Minne
The Misses Minnie and Tessle Gibbln,
of Waverly, Minn., are guests of Dr. and
Mrs. J. V. O'Connor. of 531 Carroll
"street. They will remain during Au
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Goodkind arid Mr.
and Mrs. William Goodkind wiil remove
In October to their new home on St. Al
Mrs. Frank Schlick Jr., of Dayton ave
nue, and Mrs. Howard Ware, of Laurel
avenue, will leave next week for a trip
Mr. and Mrs. William Montgomery
and son P.wing, of Anaconda, Mont., ar«
the guests of Mrs. M. F. Battelle, of
Mrs. Frank; Boyce, of Cedar Rapids,,
(Who has been the guest of her sister.
Mrs. D. F. Vail, of Laurel avenue, will
-return home Wednesday.
Mrs. Theodore A. Swanson and daugh
ter, of Red Wing, Minn., arc visiting with
Mrs. E. P. Hopwood, of Kenwood ter
Mrs. Paul D. Chandler and daughter, of
Western avenue, have gone to Litchfield
for the remainder of the summer.
Miss Lillian Ellis, St. Anthony avenue,
•will be the guest this week of Mrs. David
Hope and daughter, of Hammond, Wis.
Misses Hattie and Myrtle Fuller of
"Mo ad. are vis't'ng the Misses Eugenia
and Adelaide Lamphere, Nina avenue.
, Mrs. Ed A. Paradls, of the Bucking
ham, is entertaining her cousin, Mrs
Dr. A. M. McAlplne, of Peoria, 111.
Georgo J. Porter, who has been visiting
friends and relatives in St. Paul and the
[West, has returned to Boston.
Miss Belle McPhall, 220 Virginia ave
nue, will leave this morning for a two
.weeks* visit in Kallspell, Mont.
Mrs. Charles, Eotawall, of Tglehart
street, left Thursday for an extended
Visit East, including Buffalo. -v>.-_-.
Mrs. M. J. Donnelly, of Pleasant ave
nue, will havo as her guest this week
Miss The. Donnelly, of Milwaukee.
Mrs. 11. N .Molloy, of the Forepaugh
block, who is at present in Paris, will re
turn to St. Paul about Sept. 16.
Miss Catherine Elbert, of Detroit,
Mich., is visiting her brother, Mrs. V.
I* Elbert, at the Virginia,
Mrs. S. Harteten and Miss Lillian Hart
-rten left Monday for Buffalo. They will
return early In September.
Miss Hattlo McAllister, of Lafayett.
avenue, is the guest of Mrs. R. H. Mc-
Cleary for two weeks.
Mrs. Conrad Gotzian and Miss Roberta
Gotzian, of Summit avenue, have returned
from West Superior." .*-- .••'
Charles S. Lamphere, wife and son,
of Spokane, Wash., are visiting Georg3
N. Lamphere and family. hTJR
Miss Shirley V. Mayo, of 235 Western
avenue, will spend* a week with friends
at Lake Minnetonka.
Mrs. William Zschau and Miss Lillie
Mueller left Monday for Buffalo and
New York city.
Mrs. W. E. Hunt, of Fargo, will be
the guest this week of Mrs. S. M. Cary,
of Summit court.
Mrs. Crawford Livingston and family
have returned from their summer home
at Cable, Wis. -
.Miss Lottie Schumacher, of St. Paul,
is visiting with friends and relatives in
Mrs. William Spencer Jr. and children,
of Irvine Park, are spending the summer
at Prior lake. .' ■.*- .'; ''
Mr. and Mrs. Meagher and Miss Kelly,
of Holly avenue, will spend the winter
at Aberdeen. ........ __!
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Egan left this
week for Cleveland, Ohio, to visit friends
Miss Flora Hillan, of Red Wing, is vis
iting with Miss Lightbourn, of Somerset
Mrs. Grave 3, of Milwaukee, is the guest
of Mrs. Charles Thompson, of Summit
Miss Emma Timberlake, of Arundel
street, will return tomorrow from Mil
Dr. and Mrs. E. V. Appleby, of Sum
mit avenue, have returned from Perham.
Miss Elsie Shawe, of East Ninth street,
has returned from the Pacific coast.
The Misses May and Sadie Feehy, Mar
shall avenue, are in Alexandria. •-*
A Pickwick club was organized, Tues
day at the home of Miss "Julia Bueckling,
of Euclid street. The. members., are:
President, Miss Bueckling; treasurer.
Miss Alice Ellsner; secretary, Miss--Mar
garet Bueckling; editor, ' Miss Clara
Ellsner, and reporter, Miss'Hertha- Rink.
Mrs. G. Grube gave a party Wednesday
afternoon in honor of her daughter, Edna.
Among the guests were the Misses Ethel
lac May, Florence Svenson, Lulu Becker,
May Flood, Myrtle Kronquist, Melinda
Rehihart, Agnes Larson, Jennie Jeffrey,
Eva Slharp and Helen and Adele Grube.
Mrs. John Flanagan, of Cable avenue,
; and Mrs. Otto Miller entertained' at eu
j chre Wednesday afternoon at the home
, of the former, Mrs. Fischer. Mrs. Ed
j ward F. Zimmerman, the Misses Kelly
I and Miss Margaret Middleton won favors.
A trolley party to Lake Harriett will be
i given Tuesday evening by the Epworth
League Society of the Dayton's Bluff
j German M. E. Church. The car will leave
the Ryan hotel at 7 -"clock.
Teutonia Lodge No. 20 will give an ice
! cream social today at Indian Mounds
! park. The committee in charge is Mrs.
i Conrad, Mrs. Neiswander, Mas. Giechler
j and Miss Emma Klein."'" .'.'"_""'"-_•'"
Lawn socials were,.given Friday and
I -Saturday evening on the grounds, corner
■ Seventh street and Maria .avenue, by the
j members of the Sacred Heart German
! Catholic church. * " -"-•'. *-.-.'*~?'.-:
" The Young Women's Foreign Mission
i ary Society of the Dayton's Bluff Ger
man M. E. Church met Monday evening
with Mrs. K. Ma hie, of Maria avenue.
The Misses Agnes and Johanna Holl. of
Hoffman avenue,. gave a euchro Friday
afternoon in honor of the Misses lima
and Martha ScheiTer, of New York.
Miss Sadio Heine and Miss Clotilde
Brink, of Bates avenue, returned Mon
day from Anoka. Miss Brink has gone
to Red Wing to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weinbagen and
family, of Bates avenue, returned Sat
urday from a two months' visit \_ith rel
atives In Milwaukee.
Mrs. Herbert Hart and, of East Fourth
street, will entertain tho Ladles' Aid So
ciety of the Atlantic Congregational
Church next Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holmes and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. Puerner and fam
ily, of Beech street, picnicked at Minne
The Sunday school of the Bates Ave
nue M. E. church wiil "have an all-day
excursion on the steamer Columbia Aug.
Miss Bertha de Haas, of Maple street,
and Miss Ottilie Lothman, of Iglehart
! street, returned from an extended East
Mr. and Mrs. Frank van Duyne and
j family, of East Third street, have re
turned from an extended Eastern trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Vihstadt, of Maple
street, will spend the week with Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Heinrich, of River Foils.
Mrs. John Roper and Miss Lilah Roper,
of tho Euclid View, have returned from
a two weeks' visit at" Chisago lakes.
Mrs. James "Mattirnore and Miss Jo
sephine Mattimore, of Hastings avenue,
are visiting relatives in Hastings.
Mis.. Agnes Holl, of Hoffman avenue,
and Miss Olive Freeman, of Summit ave
nue, left Friday for Chicago.
Miss Therese Muench, Fifth street, en
tertained Tuesday evening in honor of
her birthday anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stowell and family,
of Conway street, returned from a visit
with relatives In Elba.
Mrs. Charles Heluies, of Frances street,
is entertaining her sister, Mrs. F. W.
Johnson, of New Elm.
Miss Jean Hoatson, of East Third
street, has returned from a two-weeks'
visit at Big Stone lake.
Miss Lena Vistadt, of Maple street, re
turned Monday from a three weeks' visit
in River Falls, Wis.
Mrs. D. B. Hickey and daughter, Mrs,
James O. Cavanaugh, of Ravine street,
are at Center City. ---'.'; 1--
Mrs. Nicolas Lahr and Miss Lenora
Lahr, of Bates avenue, returned from a
visit in St. Cloud.
Miss Charlotte Brink, of Bates avenue,
returned Wednesday from a two weeks'
visit in Red Wing.
Mrs. Fabian, of East Fifth street, is
entertaining her daughter, Mrs. Edward
Harris, of Montreal. __.■■■■_:
Mrs. George Darrhbdy, of Wakefield
avenue, has been entertaining her sister
Miss Bird Hamlin, of Plum street, has
returned from a visit in Chicago and
Miss Nellie Davis, of East Third street,
spent the week with Mrs. Ross Clark, of
Mrs. George Supple, of Maria avenue,
j is entertaining her daughter, Mrs. Bach,
Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cullum and family,
of Maple street, have returned from Se
• attle. >;^~k.:-';"a.';i.i.::'.v'-;-;
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Forwell, of Hoff
man avenue, left Monday for an Eastern
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Holcomb, of East-
Fifth street, have gone East for a month.
Miss Elsie Mertens, of Bates avenue,
spent the week at Lake Minnetonka.
Miss Pope, of Chicago, is visiting Miss
Theresa Muench, of East Fifth street.
Mrs. W. H. Hayward, of Maple street,
will entertain the Ladies' Aid Society of
THIS ST. PATH* GI.OBE. SUNDAY, AUGUST 11, 1901,
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--i the Bates Avenue M. E. Church Tuesday
g Mrs. Charles Boxer, of East Third
1 street, returned from Prior Lake.
Mrs. Sherman Edgington and daughter
Lois have gone to Eldora, lowa.
Miss Mamie Mulligan, of Fremont
street, has gone to Fo__ Dodge.
i Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Rotert, 'of Hudson
favenue, are at Chisago City.
i) Mrs. John Banks, of Dcs Moines, is vis-"
»iting friends on the bluff.
* Rev. George Parker, of Maria avenue,
has returned from Duluth.
I Mrs. T. Hefener, of McLean street, re
turned from Winona. . ;-Y,v
. EAST ST. PAUIs.
I The Ladies' Aid Society of the East
Presbyterian Church was entertained
Tuesday by Mrs. L. J. Hart, of Bald
Eagle lake. Among the guests were:
Mrs. S. D. Downs, Mrs. "William Dens
more, Mrs. Herbert Schermerhorn, Mrs.
W. H. Cook. E. R. Ide, Mrs. F. C. Spates.
Mrs. T. A. Gardener, Mrs. B. A. Meach
am, Mr.. Leslie Parlin, Mrs. J. R. James
and Mr.. C. Brown.
The'corner stone of the-New Arlington
Hills Presbyterian church will be laid
Tuesday evening at 7:SO. D. R. Noyes
will be in charge of the affair and will
make an address. A musical programme
will be given by the Sunday schooj.
children and the ladies of the church
will serve ice cream and cake. -.-TL :'-
Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Travis, of the
Philadelphian Baptist church, were given
a reception Friday evening at their home,
Reaney street. Mr. and Mrs. Travis
were assisted in receiving by Mrs. A.
E. Emery, Mrs. Huelster and Miss Kel
logg, who aranged the function.
Mrs. Charles * Fowble chaperoned a
party of young people to Como park
Friday. Those in the party were; The
Misses Laura Rischatsek, Anna McCaul
ly, Maud Beauford, Anna Coleberg, Anna
Eggleton, Mardie Woolsey and Hattie
The Woman's Foreign Missionary So
ciety of the East Presbyterian Church
will hold a meeting Tuesday afternoon in
the parlors of the church. Mrs. Coghell
will have charge of the programme.
The Misses Brinks, of Orange street,
entertained the Young People's Society
of Gustavus Adolphus Church Tuesday
evening. A musical and literary pro
gramme was, given.
The Young People's Social Club of
Grace M. ,E. Church will give an ice
cream social on the church lawn,- Tues
day evening. A mandolin orchestra will
be in attendance. »
The ladies of the Philadelphian Bap
tist church will give a lawn social Thurs
day evening on the lawn adjoining the
residence of Rev. :W. H. Travis, on
Mrs. A. Magnuson entertained during
the week the Misses Mary Abrahamson
and Mamie Hoist, of Springvale, and
Mrs. Christianson and daughter, of Rush
Miss Mary Potter, of ' 'armington, was
guest of honor at a party given by Miss
Mabel Brookins, Fauquier street, Wednes
The Seven Spot Social club has elected
the following officers: President, 11. M.
Johnson; secretary, Oscar Johnson;
treasurer, A. F. Johnson.
The young people of the Cook Street
M. E. church gave a measuring social
Tuesday evening at the home of Miss
Emma Oberg on Wells street.
Miss Jennie Anderson, of Jessamine
street, entertained a company of young
people Tuesday evening in honor of the
Misses Maganson, of Stillwater.
The Betania Sick Benefit Society of the
Swedish M. E. Churches gave an Ice
cream social on the lawn corner Cook
street and Greenbrier avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hooper, of Clark
street, entertained at dinner Wednesday
evening for Mr. Charles Bernhard, of
Chicago. Covers were laid for ten. ••'-■:."-.'
The Sunday school and members of
Gustavus Adolphus church wil have their
annual picnic at Lake Phalen next Thurs
day. ■■•; .-..'■■'•■-. :
Mrs. Peter Copeland, of Case street,
has returned from a week's visit in Still
Mrs. M. Mortenson, of Magnolia street,
has gone to Marshfield, Minn., to reside.
Mrs. V. C. Sundberg end Miss Sund-'
berg, of Burr street, have gone to Lake
City. --..--. .
Mr. and Mrs, John Mordaunt, of York
street, have returned from Ironwdod,
Mich. ...'.-.a . . .. ._„__.. ; ...
Miss Gertrude Johnson, of Fargo, is a
guest of . Mrs. D. ; W. - - Berry,-- of - Sims
street. . ,~ r"^"-~.-;v-:v;---;..vr.
Mrs. A. E. Driscoll, of Burr street, .is
entertaining Miss Winona McPherson, of
Winnipeg.- •'•'•'-,-'•'.;< •_■"••■ •-• - . - - .
Mr. Ralph Ram-well.' of Oelwein, is vis
iting Mr. and Mrs.- W. H. Lewis, of Case
street. - •_• ■ ... -__,:..- - . - .-...'
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grimm,- of' East
Minnehaha street, are at Lake Independ
ence. . . '-a-:-: S.-
Mrs. William Reid, of Reaney street,
is entertaining her nephew, : Clarence
Hoy, of Minneapolis. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Olson, of Hastings, have
been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Swan
son, of York street. .\ v *:-_-:-. •-•-• ■
. Mr. and Mrs.. V. F. Diviney, of Burr
street, will return from Lake Minne
Mrs. B. G. Leveroos, of Mt. Ida street,
has been entertaining Miss Lizzie Erics
son, of Grantsburg, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gander, of East
Minnehaha street, are entertaining Mr.
John Gander, of Marysville, Mont.
Miss Lillian Olson, of Grantsburg, has
returned - from Stromberg and Is a guest
of Miss Hilda Larson, of Sims street.
Miss Anna Eggleton entertained the
Young People's Society of St. Jame3'
Episcopal Church Wednesday evening.
Mrs. J. M. C. Johnson, of Clark street,
entertained informally Wednesday eve-
ing in honor of her son John's birthday.
Miss Hilda Johnson, Arcade street, has
returned from Red Wing.
Miss Martha Flint, of Sims street, 'has
returned from Brainerd.
Mrs. F. C. Howe, of Whitall street, has
returned from Willmar.
J. C. Williams, of Ross street, has gone
to Utica. N. Y.
Miss May Johnson. Arcade street, .is
visiting relatives in Young America. -
Miss Mary Pauline, Case street, spent
the week at White Bear lake.
Charles R. Marelius, of Bedford street
has returned from Denver.
Mrs. C. Bloomquist, of Mt. Ida street,
has returned from Princeton.
A hunting party, consisting of Messrs.
Rudolph Stein, John Greve, Christ and
Andrew Christianson, returned Wednes
day from a trip down the river In the
launch Jennie S.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Glancy, of East
Congress street, and Miss Anna Fraser,
of Grand Forks, N. D., left Wednesday
for a three months' trip through the
Miss Mabel Sheardown, of Winona,
Minn., who has been visiting her cousin,
Miss Mina Rowe, of East Congress street,
has returned home.
Mrs. Hamilton, of Pontiac, 111., who
has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. S.
Hamilton, of East Winifred street, has
returned home. _._*w*'^
The Misses Anna' and Lena : Priebe, of
East Robie, left for Chippewa. Falls and
Eau Claire this week to spend a month
W. J. Camden, of North Dakota, who
THE SITMMEIIING OF MISS FRIVOLITY.
THE GAitDEN FETE).
has been . visiting his mother, Mrs.. A.
Camden, »f East Winifred street, has re
turned. .'£;.'•_._••_ . .- .
J. Getchel, of San Francisco, Cal., who
has been visiting his sister, Mrs. F.
Diment, of Stryker avenue, has return
ed. * .--".-'..•' •,;._•_>_ -. -...--..
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Kribs, of Dal
las, Tex.,, are the guests of-Mr.^and.-Mrs.
David Kribs, of West Delos street.
Miss Clara Fisher, of Concord street,
had as her guests the Misses Alice and
Maud Bumgarden, of Faribault. •-■•--•'
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Lair, of 'Omaha,
the guests-of Mr. and Mrs. G. ■Neif,- of
Congress street; returned "home.
. Messrs. Will and Peter Tierney and sis
ter, Miss Katherlne Tierney, of Midway
avenue, have returned from ; Buffalo. •
Mrs. Edward Thiemand daughter, of
East Isabel street, have returned - from
the"Pan-American exposition.. .
Mrs. E. J. Soger, of Hastings, visited
her sister, Mrs. C. B. Messenger, of East
Isabel street,. this week..
Tha Misses Morgan,-of Concord street,
had as their guest Miss McAndrews, of
Erin, Wis, last week.
Miss Doig, of Winona, Minn., who has
been visiting Mrs. G. Brink, of the Clin
ton, has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott and children, of
Colorado street, have gone to North
Dakota to reside.
Rudolph Steidl, of Duluth, is visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Steidl, of
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wright, of East
Congress street, have returned from a
trip on the great lakes. H
•Miss Queer, the guest of Miss Mamie
Galagher, of East Congress street, re
turned to Winona. ._•---•--•.''
Mrs. W. Ductus, of Livingston avenue,
is entertaining the Misses Roundy, of
"Wabasha, Minn. -
Mrs. W. J. Doran. of East Winifred
street, is entertaining Mrs. Waterson, of
Mrs. D. Ferguson, of East Winifred
street, has returned from an extended
C. S. Schurman, of East Congress
street, has returned from a trip to the
Miss Effle Hessing, of East Robie
street, is entertaining Mrs. F. Atkinson,
Mrs. Thomas Hambly and son, Arthur,
left Monday to visit in Winona and
Mrs. P. D. Babcock and daughter, of
Cherokee avenue, have returned frcm
Miss Lillian Rouleau, of Ada street, has
returned from a two weeks' visit in Chi
cago. -. —.:■
Miss Talboys, of Virginia City, Minn.,
is visiting Mrs A. Woods; of Congress
Miss Anna Rothajisen, of East Wini
fred street, left Thursday for Spokane,
B. M. Jolstad and family, of East Wini
fred street, have returned from Forest
Miss Helen and Annie Shanley, of
Strykcr avenue, are at White Bear lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dingle, of East Is
abel street, are visiting in Newport.
Mrs. John Fisher, of Prescoft street,
has returned from Milwaukee.
Mrs. Yould and daughter, of Congress
street, are at Lake Minnetonka.
A. Christianson, of East Winifred
street, is visiting in Farmlngton.
Miss Lillian King has returned from
a two weeks' visit in the country. .
Miss Edyth Pierson. of West Delos
street, is at Charles City, Minn. ■"...'.■
Miss Ethel Berry, of Ada street, has
returned from Trlmbelle, Wis.
Mrs. B. Snyder, of East Isabel street,
has returned from Michigan.
Miss Ada Kay, of Isabel street, has re
turned from Coney Island.
Miss Rose Cole, of Clinton avenue, left
this week for Chicago.
Charles Yould, of East Congress street,
has gone to Chicago.
Mrs. W. J. Haas has returned from
Glenwood, Wis. _ . >.*
■? Miss Mathews, of Congress street, is at
Mathews, S. D.
Rev. D. N. Avison gave a very inter
esting talk on his experiences as a dele-
gate to the Epworth league convention
in San Francisco before the Young Peo
ple's society, of Hamline, last Sunday
Mrs. J.- E. Roundo entertained her
class of boys of the Presbyterian Sunday
school at her cottage at Turtie Lake
during the week. *-'i?.r:.
Mrs. M. C. Haldeman Is entertaining
Mrs. N. C." Swartley and Misses Bessie
and Edna Swartley, of Philadelphia.
Miss Lv Verne Van Fossen, . lately of
Hamline, .has returned from the Pan-
Miss Edith Wren, of Buffalo, Minn., is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. Mills, of
Thomas street. '....•-:
Misses Eva and Grace Haideman are
! entertaining Miss Mamie Mahoney, of
.Miss Dot Ricrdon and- Mr. Edwin
Meyers will spend a few weeks in North
Mrs. Ella Humphrey is entertaining
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her mother, Mrs. G. N. Hall, of Plain
view. ; --;-.' ... ... .
Mrs. F. Shanley Is entertaining her
daughter, Mrs. Helen Balentine, of lowa.
, Mrs. W. Christensen and daughter
were the guests of Mrs. Gardelin Friday.
Miss Frances Hunt spent part of the
week with Miss Do* Riordon.
, Miss Mamie Hallsan is expected homo
from OrtonvlU. this week.
Mr. aid Mrs. W. T. Forbes spent Sun
day at, East St. Paul. ""
Miss ' Hannah Marvin has returned
from Luke Qwasgo.
Miss Cora* Montgomery has returned
.Miss. Beryl Rice , has returned from
• Mrs. T. B. Wright has been visiting
Mrs. James Door has returned from
Arthur Martin has returned from
- ■■'■.:■■ .Got tiie- Latest Style.
Mrs. Helga Gilbert, who has opened a
millinery, dressmaking and ladies' tai
loring establishment at 261 East Seventh
street, has just returned from a prolong
ed stay in New York and other Eastern
cities, where she has acquainted herself
with the latest in millinery as well as
ladles' tailoring. She thinks the style
for the coming season is most beauti
* < MIBBB.IAM PARK.
. The Woman's..Home and Foreign Mis
sionary Societies of Trinity Church met
at the home of Mrs. H. S. Moore, 1919 St.
Anthony avenue, Friday afternoon.
Mrs. William R. Mandigo and little
daughter Ruth are visiting in New
Paynesvflle, the guests of Mrs. A. L.
Hanson. . - -
Mrs. Isaac Black, who has been the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. K.
Doak, returned to her homo in Duluth
The Ladies' Aid Society of Trinity
Church met tho home of Mrs. H. L. Bur
rill, of Feronia avenue, Tuesday after
The Ladies' Air Society of the Presby
terian Church held a special meeting in
the church parlors Saturday afternoon.
Dr. John Stevens, who was visiting his
sons, F. F. and T. C. Stevens, has re
turned to his home in Bangor, Me.
John McClure, of Dayton avenue, is
entertaining his brother, Charles C. Mc-
Clure, of Australia.
Mrs. Grier M. Orr, or Iris place, is en
tertaining Mrs. Halloway and Miss Hal
low-ay, of Omaha.
The families of V. Ingeman and Julius
Stougaard are spending the summer at
Miss Margaret Davis, of St. Paul, was
the guest of Miss Marian Phlpps during
Mis. Coleman, of Davenport, lowa, is
the guest of her uncle, A. P. Dapron and
The Daughters of the King held a spe
cial meeting Monday evening in the choir
Dr. F. L. Beckley left Wednesday night
on a fishing trip among the northern
Mrs. T. R/.dler and children returned
the first of the week from Baldwin, Wis.
Frank Adams, of Elgin, is the guest ot
his cousin, F. C. Gibbs, of Rondo street.
Miss Geneva Becker left Friday morn
ing for a week's visit in Augusta," Wis.
Miss Fanny Davie3, of Fargo, is the
guest of her. sister, Mrs. M. S. Stokes.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Swanson, of St. An
thony avenue, are visiting in Buffalo.
Miss Ruth Frisk returned Wednesday
from a two weeks' visit in Fargo.
Mrs. J. G. Barwise and daughter Grace
visited in Hudson Wednesday.
Mrs. P. H. Sims and children are en-
Joying a trip on the great lakes.
Mrs. George S. Wiseman, of Pine City,
visited Park friends Tuesday.
. Mrs. B. G. Eaton, of Dayton avenue, is
visiting friends in Farmington.
■ Rev. J. H. Dewart returned Thursday
morning from the East.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hazely have re
moved to 1935 Carroll street.
Miss Louise Magnuson is the guest of
Mrs. Singleton, of Dassel.
Miss Mary Tiernan, of Wilder avenue,
is visiting in Red Wing,
Prof. J. A. Hartigan visited In Duluth
during the week.
P. H. Sims spent part of the week In
ST. PAIL PARK.
An Ice cream social was held Thurs
day evening at Odd Fellows' hall for the
benefit of th.'Good Templars.
Miss Brimhall, of St. Paul, and Miss
Lawson, of Hudson, are guests of Mrs.
Mrs. John Wlllottghby entertained Mr.
and Mrs. Merril, of Lakeland Wednesday
and Thursday. -.._-'..,'.
Mrs. Carrie Wier and Miss Grace Hodg
kins, of St. Peter, are guests of Mrs. Wil
Miss" Louise Bell spent the past week
in St. Paul, the guest of Miss Agnes
Mr. and Mrs. Clark McKown. from the
city, visited Park relatives daring the
Mr. Fred Nicker: on was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sperry Sunday.
Mrs. W. J. O'Brien is entertaining rela-
Mr. and Mrs. Irvine spent the past
week with Wisconsin friends,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Creasy visited in
Mr. Shaw, of Sioux City, is with hi.
sister, Mrs. Charlton.
Miss Frances James Is th- guest of
Miss Sailie De Cou.
Mrs. W. F. Finke and two children «ra
in Deer Park, Wis.
Mrs. (.scar Lehmlcke Pent tha week -»
week Alice Daly ls ln Litchfield -0-" a
ST. AVriloM PARK.
Mrs. Frank Marshall, of Green Bar,
Wia and Mrs. Snell, of Mlrfsouri, <t fJ
visiting their sister, Mrs. Piper, of Lontf
The members of the St. Anthony Pa*
Women s association had their annual
outing Thursday at White Bear Lake
• The Ladies' Aid Society of the Con
gregational Chinch met Tuesday with
Mrs. Hogg, of Raymond avenue.
Prof. Archibald Haecker and brido are
spending a few_ weeks with Prof, and
Airs. T. L. Haecker.
Mrs. J. T. Stewart has returned from
a three weeks' visit In Sturgeon Bay,
George Crippon Jr., of Portage, Wis.,
is visiting at the home of E. il. Burg.
Rev. Charles Lee Wars-tier, pastor of
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran church, of
this city, was married Thursday uveiiln_C
to Miss Wllma aMoore, of Canton, Ohio.
The ceremony took place at the First
Christian church at Canton. Mr. and
Mrs. Warstler will return to St. Paul tliis
Mrs. A. "Mark announces the engagement
of her daughter. Sail!.; Kaufman, to Mr.
Null. Rosenbloom. of Frazee, Minn.
Willing- to Ob Use.
The young man was from town, an.
was spending _ Sunday In the suburbs.
He knew far more about horses und car
riages than the local livery salesman; and
so his interview with the latter whon he
sought to hire a "rig for tie- afternoon,
was tinged with a gen patronage on his
part. "Oh, have you a trap you in let
"One that will hold two?"
"Yes, or twenty," from the obliging
"Oh, really. Have you a stylish road
"Perhaps you have a spider or a Brew.
ster buggy, or, on second thought, I
might prefer a rubber-tired hansom; you
can accommodate me?"
"Yes; all kinds cheerfully furnished.''
"Can you give me a lash whip?"
"Yes; with a fancy tassel."
"Oh, well, what kind of a horse can you
turn out; a short-tailed one?"
"I think so," came gently from th«
wearied proprietor; then in stentorian
tones to his man: "Jake .-a. you glv«
this gentleman a short-tailed horao? Ii
not cut one at once."
A Hot Retort.
Deacon Scrouge—No, parson, I don't
rightly think wo ought to give you a va
cation. You know, the devil never tukas
Parson Bnappelgh—He would, deacon, If
you didn't keep him so busy.
They Sometime-*^ Do.
Sillicus—Figures never lie.
CynlcusNonsense! Did you over see a
girl in a tailor-made gown and the- slz<
her up in a bathing suit?
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