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Of all the dainty trinkets
On Betty's boudoir shelf.
There's one of glass—l think it'B
A sort of second self;
For once, when for a minute
I gazed in it alone
I saw a face within it,
And it was Betty's own.
Some magic, necromancy.
Describe it as you deem;
A sentimental fancy,
Or fantasy or dream:
Twu there', and fresh and pretty,
As any face could be.
And I—well, I know Betty,
That's proof enough for me
I wish I might discover
By some such wizard art
The face of Betty's lover,
And satisfy my heart;
If I could get that mirror,
What better could I do?
What queer is might be queerer—
1 might get Betty, too!
—Felix Carmen, in Washington Times.
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"The First Sorrow," the painting by
Albert Giovanni, of this city, is now the
property of the Ryan hotel. The paint
ing imparts a rich effect in the ladies'
parlor. - ■
-Mis. Alexander Barclay, of Dayton ave
nue, will leave soon to spend two months
Mrs. Milton Wright, of Holly avenue,
gave a luncheon Friday.
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Mrs. J. B. Metcalf. of Ashland avenue,
will entertain at whist Thursday after
noon for the members of the Hamilton
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Conab'le, of Grand
avenue, entertained the members of the
Cycle History club at dinner last even
ing. Shakspere's "As You Like It" was
.ltd under the direction of E. A
Mrs. S. E. Day, of Summit avenue, will
entertain the Nathan Hale chapter, D. A.
R., Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Elizabeth Reed, of Lincoln avenue,
will entertain at euchre Tuesday after
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Mr. and, Mrs. D. F. Vail, of Marshall
avenue, will entertain the Kangaroo club
CLUBS AXD CHARITIES.
The women of St. Paul's Universalist
church gave a colonial social last night
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
Lamb, on Laurel avenue. Mr. and Mrs.
Lamb as George and Martha Washing
ton, received the guests. They were as
el-.-ted 1 by Mr. and Mrs. W. V. 'Towle and
Rev. and Mrs. H. B. Taylor. The rooms
were patriotically decorated with flags 1
bunting and smilax and innumerable red,
white and blue candles. Nearly all <;f
the seventy-five guests wore colonial cos
tumes. The dining room was in charge
of Mrs. Henry Rothschild, Mrs. Tyman
and Miss Schimmel. They were assisted
by Miss Jessie Arey, Miss Florene Ives,
of Chicago: Miss Alva Greene. Miss Jes
sje Larr.b and Miss Helen Seibert. A mu
sical programme was in charge of Misa
Florence Whitney and Miss White.
A meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary
to John A. Logan camip, Union Veter
ans' Relleif union, was held Thursday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. James
Gordon, on Como avenue. A sewing
society was organized with twenty mem
bers. Mrs. Gordon was elected president,
3£ts. Anna Van Brunt secretary, Miss
Leah Ransom treasurer and Mrs. C. M.
Kcse chairman of the work committee.
The society will meet in two weeks at
the home of Mrs. William Ransom, on
Hewitt avenue, in Hamline. After the
business meeting an informal reception
Wfls hold in honor of Mrs. D. G. Bailou,
of Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Van Brunt and
Miss Ransom assisted the hostess.
The C. C. Cinch club was entertained
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. John
Fisher, of Sims street, Saturday even
ing, Feb. 15. Features of the evening
-,vere cards and dancing. Prizes at cards
were won by Mrs. Fred Munch. Mrs.
Robinson, Messrs. Walter Munch. Joe
Fisher andZable. Musical numbers were
contributed^by Messrs. Munch, Robinson,
Hanson and Luxsinger and recitations by
Otto Schaeffer. The club will ba enter
tained Saturday evening, March 1, at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Robinson,
cf Bedford street.
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the First Baptist Church held its Febru
ary meeting Friday afternoon at the home
<.r Miss McManigal on Cedar street. Mrs.
George P. Lyman presided. Mts. W. J.
Alien read a paper on "Music as a Gos
pel Agency;" Mrs^ Wolcott one on "Ear
ly Translations of the Scripture," and
Mrs. Andrews, of New York, one on
""Gregory the Great;" Miss Emma Neff
must have something besides good
looks to recommend them. Right cur
ing and seasoning; the selection of
skins trapped at the right time of
year; the selection of pelts that will
wear; all these are prime considera
tions if the garments are to be of the
high quality which fur buyers should
have. POOR furs are dear at any
price. "Original" Albrecht furs are
cheap at "original" Albrecht prices.
but they are not "cheap furs." You'll
find them worn from ocean to ocean
and recognized everywhere as stand
ard. They are the furs YOU w;ant if
you want the BEST. They are the
ONLY FURS with the experience of
47 years back of them.
Call at "original" Albrecht's—there
is only ONE—or write, if you live out
of town. We've every kind of fur
and fur garment known. We've an
enormous stock to select from or we
will make to your exact order in any
Note the number WELL—the num
ber made familiar by "original" Al
E, Albrecht & Son
20 E. Seventh Street, St. Paul.
one on "The Catacombs of Rome," and
Miss Hattie Thomas one on "The Early
The Busy Bees of Dayton Avnue Pres
byterian Church opened their "hive" yes
terday afternoon at the church parlors.
About $35 was collected, and ever 20'J
children were present. Mrs. T. J. Leo,
assisted by Mrs. D. G. Barringer, Mrs.
W. R. Sproat. Mrs. Thorn, Mrs. Dana,
Mrs. Hoxie, Miss Cormican, Miss Waffle,
Miss Frye and. others had charge. Mrs.
Axtell gave a little talk, Mrs. Hoxie told
a missionary story, and each child was
given a candy hatchet in -honor of Wash
This evening Mrs. Bessie L. Scovil,
state president of the W. C. T. U., will
speak in the Hamltne M. E. church.
The St. Paul Women's Whist club held
its artnual election of officers Thursday
in the rooms of the St. Paul Whist club.
The officers elected are: President, Mrs.
M. L. Countryman; vice president, Mrs.
W. H. Merrick; secretary, Mrs. Denis
Follett; treasurer, Mrs. K. H. Calahan;
librarian. Mrs. H. A. Coburn; directors,
Mrs. McManus, Mrs. Hevener and Mrs.
The Ladies' Auxiliary Division No. 125
to the B. of L. E. gave a reception and
banquet last Sunday afternoon for the
members of Division No. 150, Brotherhood
of Locomotive Engineers, presenting
them with a check for $50. A musical
entertainment was given, in charge of
Mrs. E. Emerson, and refreshments were
served to 100 guests. Mrs. J. J. Maher,
Mrs. Haley and Mrs. E. Barcy were in
The Men's Club of St. Peter's Ohurch
was entertained Tuesday evening at the
residence of Mr. George C. Collins, on
Bates avenue and Ravine street. Mrs.
Collins was assisted by Mrs. Smith in
serving refreshments. Mr. Collins sang
in excellent taste, "Beware" and "Kip
ling's Recessional." The next club meet
ing will be held at the home of Mr. Gad
bois, 627 Cable avenue.
YSe St. Paul Primary Unitj* of Sun
day School Teachers held its regular
weekly meeting yesterday afternoon in
the parlors of the House of Hope church
Mrs. Linus J. Lee presided. Miss Gev
trude Kops gave "The Arrest of Ste
phen." Mrs. C. J. Hunt taught the nor
mal Bible lesson; I. Peter, and Mrs. J H
Randall gave the normal history—God,
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the First Presbyterian Church held its
annual meeting Friday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. B. O. Chapman on Holly
avenue. The officers for the coming year
are: President, Mrs. J. F. Pearce- vice
president, Mrs. Southward; secretary
Mrs. R. F. Garland; treasurer. Miss Og
den: secretary of literature Mrs. Frank
The Monday Circle will meet with Mr
ana Mrs. C. E. MacKean, on Ashland
avenue. The subject will- be "China To •
day. Mrs., c.- J. Backus will speak of
the Boxer uprising, and Col. Millory will
give an informal talk on the entrance
of the Allies into Pekin. "The Chinese
Exclusion Bill" will be the class topic.
.The St. Anthony Park Women's asso
ciation will meet at the residence of Mrs.
in • Cudworth Thursday afternoon at
2.30 o clock. Mrs. C. A. Dibble will ad
dress the meeting and Mrs. Charles E.
•Clark will read a paper on "The Louis
iana; Purchase." Miss Hirschpool will
provide musical numbers.
The Idle Wyld Cinch club was enter
tained by Mrs. F. Kemper, of East Fifth
street, Thursday evening. Favors were
won by Mrs. Otto Schornstein Mrs F
Kemper, Miss J. McDonald, Messrs E:
Kcimper, Robert Altmann, A. Wittie.'
Miss Minnie Golke will entertain the club
Maple Leaf camp will give a masquer
ade 'ball next Thursday evening at I O.
OF. hall corner Payne avenue and
Weite_ street. The following committee
has charge; Mrs. L. J. KlinefeTter. Mrs
t * t^U Drewry- Mrs. H. A. Vuckel. Mrs
J. Lindquist, Mrs. A. Rage, Mrs. C H
Kna,pp, Mrs. A. Hedeen. •'
A meeting of the entertainment com
mittee of the People's church will be
held Tuesday to consider the next step
toward raising the $5,000 pledged by the
\Y omens society to furnish a new church
bix hundred dollars was cleared at the
entertainment given Tuesday evening
Mrs. Roche, of South Exchange street,
will entertain a company of sixteen wom
en, members of the Endless Chain Club
»™« at Progressive euchi* Monday aft
cSto^KT ThUrS^, ay aftern°on the Endless
athdcenu°al 'hail. 1 be entertained a* car*,
J^SoLi^i;^' of Harrison avenue,
entertained the Royal Ladies, Court No
8, at euchre Friday afternoon. Favors
were won by Mrs. Ellsworth, Mrs. W A
£™£ er>n^- G. W. Whitacre and Mrs!
Parrott The guests were served with a
The Keystone, a society of natives of
Pennsylvania residing in St. Paul, will
hold its annual meeting Monday evening-,
March 3, at the Commercial club. There
will be an address and music, followed by
a luncheon and social. "y
The Luther's League of the English
Memorial Lutheran Church will felc
brate the seventeenth anniversary of its
foundation Thursday evening, at the
been%ewJ ntereSting ProSramrne has
t, irs- m?; *W- Bowers entertained the
Lucky Thirteen Euchre club Tuesday Fa- i
vors were won by Mrs Schmitz/ "Mrs I
fex? all and Miss Stover- Mrs. Smith '
day?°MSch S4. reet> Wjl! entertain on Tu^ I
The Young Ladies' Sodality and : th
young men of the Assumption Catholic
church will hold a meeting Wednesday !
evening at the parochial hall for the pur- <
pose of organizing a dramatic club •
The members of the Arlington Hills '
Presbyterian church will give a farewell i
reception Thursday evening, in the par- I
lors of the church, for the retiring pas- |
ter. Rev. A. E. Driscoll, and his wife.
Mr and Mrs. R. Wolfsberg. of Tilton
club FHd»eta!ne^" the Bdelwild Euchre i
club Friday evening. Favors were won i
by Mrs; Defiel, Dewitt, Wolfsberg and
Messrs. right, Kerr and Haupt.
The men of Grace M. E. Church will
give a supper Friday evening in thr
parlors of the church. Those in ■ chanre
are V. T. De Vinney, J. Morrison tt^
ward Elder and Mr. Cable ' Ed
he Chapman Circle of the First M V
; 2s«^s»svi ill MconVJ
w£ FrMay evening at the church ' ■ The
; SSTSEhVSSJ. the *-™«>°» °!
The Royal Social club held its regular
, meeting Thursday evening Favors were
I w°n k£ Miss S °Phia Henrinhs MssEn
! tp. thß. C^r rd Pai£ y- P y - v^i R°yal c Oak
> camp, &.. N. A., Friday evening th«» fn
> vprs were won '.by Mrs. Mahan Mrs - J
I Pa C Ve m a e ndMSt BerSStr°m and **•*?s&
' : «,The ewin^ Circle, of W. v. R. U
1 will ,me«t tomorrow afternoon 'at ' the
, honre of Mrs. James Goodson. Mrs H
! Wash- will be tae
! Constellation Chapter No. 18, O. E S
will give a dancing part tomorrow night •
at Masonic Temple. Mrs. H. C. ! Munson
i and Oscar Sandell : have charge of the ar
i Rev. Jbhn Copeland. assisted by the
• Indies Aid society of the church will
i give , a vegetarian supper ; tomorrow even
; me for ■ the " Presbyterian Ministers'
1 u Club. ■', ' . V..;. .\y .■ ..,;..• ;:- •■ ■-, ; -:: .-'
! , Macalester college "will- give its annual
, declamatory contest Friday evening at
, the Macalester- Presbyterian church.
\. The ■ Ladies 1;- Social Union of T St. Paul's
THE ST. PAUI, GLQB®, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1902.
Universalist Church will hold an all-day
meeting Tuesday at tine home of Mrs. H.
Rothschild on Marshall avenue.
The Epworth League of Central Park
M. E. Church will give a musical and
literary entertainment tomorrow evening
in the parlors of the dhurch.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the East
Presbyterian Church will give a social
Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
T. Cameron, on Fauquier street.
The St. Paul Mission class will cele
brate its annual quilt day Tuesday,
March 4, at St. John's church. Bishop
Edsall will conduct the services.
The Hamline Six O'clock club will meet
tt night and will be addressed by the
Hon. Hiram F. Stevens, who will deliver
an address on "Washington."
The Ladies' Auxiliary to John A. Lo
igan camp, W. V. R. U., will meet Thurs
day afternoon at 2:30 at the residence of
Mrs. Eubank, 337 Rondo street.
There was a grand masquerade ball at
Gardner's new hall. 65 East Fifth street,
last night. Gardner's orchestra furnish
ed the music.
Home Lodge No. 105, I. O. O. F., will
confer the third degree Friday evening.
and will also initiate a class March 7.
Eastern Star Rebekah lodge will give a
progressive euchre party at Wittich's
hall tomorrow night.
There will be a meeting of the Sacred
Thirst society this afternoon at 3 o'clock
in Cretin hail.
Home Lodge, Daughters of Rebekah,
will give a card party Thursday evening
at Central hall. -
The Commercial club will give a musi
cale Tuesday evening to which Women
will be invited.
The Laurel Cycle club will give its next
dancing party March 7, at Litt's nan.
A surprise party was given Thursday
evening at the home of Miss Nellie Hough
in honor of Henry Loewe. Those present
were: Misses Engel Schuette. Lena
Welke, Sophia Henrichs, Nellie Hough.
Dora Jonassen, Elizabeth Becker, Anna
Sehutte, Katherine Becker and Louise
Sehiemann; Messrs. Becker, Wahlquist,
Schiemann. Reiners, Brink, Gage, Loewe,
Goltz and Kemper. Favors were won by
Miss Louise Schiemann, Miss Anna
Sehutte, Mr. Roy Gage, and Mr. William
One of the most successful 'bus parties
of the season was given Thursday even
ing to Highwood. About twenty couples
enjoyed the trip. Supper was served
when the party arrived at Highwood,
and the rest of the evening was spent
in music and dancing. The arrangements
were in charge of Anthony and David
Johnson, of the Seven Spot Social club,
of the East side.
Mrs. Arthur C. Bowe, of Dayton ave<
muc, entertained a company of forty la
dies at progressive euchre Friday After
noon. Favors were won by Mrs. B. N.
Thompson, Mrs. Fleu and Mrs. Gage.
The hostess was assisted by Miss Lydia
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mlchau<i enter
tained at a large dinner party x9es«lay
evening, in honor of their fourth wedding
anniversary. Covers were laid for twen
ty. The rooms were tastefully decorated
with roses, carnations and palms.
A surprise party was given in honor of
Frank MuhlenbruclT Thursday evening at
his home. A programme was given in
which each person present took part.
Miss Lilah Douglas, of St. Anthony
Park, gave a luncheon and cinch party
yesterday afternoon at her home on
Mrs. F. G. Phillips, of Hague avenue,
entertained at dinner Thursday for Mr.
sTuTi Miss Hunt, of Cobourg, Ontario,
Mr. and Mrs. George P. Stout, of 52
Bates avenue, gave a dinner party Mon
day evening. Covers were laid for eight.
Mrs. C. E. Parrott, of Case street, gay«
a luncheon yesterday afternoon for Mrs.
A. P.. Priscoll.
Mrs. E. B. Lincoln, of Pleasart ave
nue, gave a euchre party last night.
Miss Proctor gave s. colonial sfermai
test night at Ramaley's hall.
At its last meeting Twentieth Century
Lodge No. 71, I. O. G. T.. installed the
following officers: Chief templer, Mr.
L. B. McNitt: supt. juv. temple. Mrs.
G. H. David; treasurer. Miss F. Dieters:
financial secretary, Mr. B. E. Smeed;
marshal. Mr. F. E. Dieters; guard, Miss
Louise Hingiz; past chief templar, Mr.
C. S. Wardell: chaplain. Mr. W. A. Rob
bins; secretary. Mr. Edward Engerman;
assistant secretary. Miss Mary Johnston:
deputy marshal. Miss Jessie Dingle; sen
tinel. Quinton David.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moosbruglger, of
King street, entertained the Octavia T*lub
Tuesday evening at progressive cinch.
Prizes were awarded Mrs. Jamison. Mrs.
Beaudlin and Messrs. 'amison and Brand
lin. Following supper a musicile pro
gramme was given by Miss Moosbrug^er.
Messrs. Cameron and Moosbrugger and
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Eggert.
Mrs. M. N. Goss gave a valentine
euchre party Thursday afternoon at her
home on Ohio street for the members of
Como Division No. 98, Ladies' Auxiliary
to the Order of Railway Conductors. She
was assisted by Mr?, Frederick A. Haus
er and Mrs. Eiward Iverson. Favors
were won by Mrs. J. W. Gilboy, Mrs. J.
K. Morrison. Mrs. F. C. Taylor and Mrr.
The Ladies' Aid Society of Bethany
Congregational Churcfh held a colonial so
cial Friday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. George Hosmer on West Robie
street. Supper was served from 6 to S
p. m., following which a social session
was enjoyed. Among those assisting
were Mesdames Fales, Scriber, Shaw, Di
ment and Palmer.
The women of the Westminster Pres
byterian church gave a very unique en
tertainment Friday evening at the
church, corner of East Winifred street
and Greenwood avenue. The amusement
for the evening consisted of "A Trip
Around the World."
Mrs. W. J. Doran, of East
street, entertained the Ladies Euchre
club Tuesday afternoon. Favors were
won by Mrs. H. G. Dampier Mr«. H.
O'Hearn and Mrs. W. J. Doran. The club
will meet next with Mrs. Gsorge Norton.
The West Side Choral club has com
pleted arrangements for a public concert,
the third of a serie?, to be given next
Thursday evening at the Westminster
Presbyterian church, corner of Winifred
street and Greenwood avenue.
The won.en of the Ascension church are
making preparations to give a reception
Tuesday afternoon. April, for Bisn«p
Edsall". The affair will take place at the
home of Mrs. John Dale, on Prescott
Next Tuesday evening St. Paul Lodpre
No. 43, Knights of Pythias, will hold an
open social session. A programme of
musical and literary numbers will be
rendered by local talent.
The Luther League of the English
Lutheran Church celebrated its seven
teenth anniversary Tuesday evening at
the church. An entertaining programme
Mrs. Pearson, of We-t Delos street, en
tertained the Eradelphian Reading club
Tuesday afternoon at her home. Sage's
novel, "Robert Tourney," was discussed.
Miss Anna S'teicil will entertain the Cos
mopolitan and Eirstwhile Euchre dubs at
dancing Wednesday evening, April 2, at
Workmen hall on Greenwood avenue.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the English
Lutheran Church will hold its next meet
ing Wednesday afternoon. March 5, with
Mrs. Drehr, on West Winifred street.
Miss Elsie Schilling' antf Miss Violet
Gessart entertained their friends at danc
ing Friday evening at the home of tlra
latter on East Winifred street.
Mrs. Mackay, of East Isabel str*et,
entertained Tuesday afternoon the La
dies' Aid Society of Bethesda Lodge,
Miss Lillian Schaefer, of Oelwein, hag
returned to St. Paul, and will reside with
her aunt. Mrs. Schaefer, of West Con
Mrs. George Heath, of Crookston.
Minn., was the gu<\st of her mother, Mrs.
H. A. Nichols, of South Wabasha street,
Miss Mabel Shaw, of Hall avenue, gave
a colonial party last evening for the
members of the Young People's Whist
Miss Josephine Palmer, of Prescott
street, entertained a number of her
friends at. dinner "Wednesday evening.
Mrs. O. W. Taylor, of the Clinton, is
entertaining her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
D. M. Ferguson, of Osage, lowa.
The Thursday Night club met with
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Shaw, of Hall ave
nue, Thursday evening.
Miss Anna Mitcihell. of East Robie
street, will entertain the Autothocthons
Miss Txniisa Chryst gave a pupils' re
cital Monday evenjng at her home in the
Mrs. F. B. Doran, of East Congress
street, entertained at dinner Monday
Mrs. C. Beck will be hostess for the
Edelweiss Euchre club Thursday after
Mrs. Daymude, of East Congress street,
will entertain at cards Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Kelly, of Hastings
avenue, entertained at cinch Monday
evening, in honor of the tenth anniver
sary of their marriage. The prizes
were won by Mrs. George Binder, Miss
Emma Vistadt, Mr 3. Edward Schaefer
and Mrs. James Mattimore, Dr. Binder,
Mr. Raymer, Mr. Wilner and Mr. Wat
son. Among the guests were Mr. and
Mrs. McElwee, Mr. and Mrs, Curran,
Dr. and Mrs. George Binder, Mr. and
Mrs. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. George Ran
king, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bernett, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Schaefer, Mr. and Mrs.
Ja.mes Mat.timore, Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Schornstein, Mr. and Mrs. Peterson, Mr.
and Mrs. Maken, Mrs. Sherman, Mrs.
Sheridan, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Garon, the
Misses Ada Raymer, Lena and Emma
Vistadt, Wilde, Messrs. George Raymer
Miss Mary Sharpe, of East Third street,
entertained a number of little friends last
Friday evening, in honor of her birthday
anniversary. The guests were the Misses
Ha^el Fontaine, Lulu Becker, Margaret
Present, Maude Rasmusson, Bessie Tis
dale, Pearl Roth, Lilian Campbell, May
Saul, Grace Brownson, Lilian Sweet,
Ethel and Dora Le May, Lilian Parker,
Fannie Grouse and Ruth Gottschamer,
Messrs. Selby Parker, George Saunders
and Arthur Hubbell.
The Idlewild Card club met Thursday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Kemper, of East Fifth street. The
prizes were won by Mrs. Otto Schorn
stein. Mrs. Kemper. Miss McDonald, Ed
ward Kemper, Robert Altmann and
August Witte. The club will, be enter
tained in two weeks by Miss Goelke a.t
the home her sister, Mrs. Otto Schorn
stein. of Hastings avenue.
Mrs. Luther Case entertained Wednes
day afternoon at a thimble bee. The
prize in a guessing contest was won by
Mrs. Gus Wilder. Those present were:
Mrs. Kelly, Mrs. W. Le Febvre. Mrs.
Sherman Edgington, Mrs. E. A. Kim
ball, Mrs. J. W. Le May. Mrs. Ernest
Boxer, Mrs. Charles Tisdale and Mrs.
The Methodist City union, consisting
of all the Methodist ministers of the city
and some of the laymen, will be given
a banquet Tuesday evening at the Bates
Avenue M. E. church. Dinner will be
servefl at 6:30 o'clock, and the pro
gramme, of which Dr. Rule has charge,
will begin at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Hermann, of Conway street, en
tertained the New Century Card club
Wednesday afternoon. The prizes were
taken by Mrs. W. Matthews, Mrs. Hag
gebaum and Mrs. William Rogers. Mrs.
Dobson will entertain the club in two
The Octavia Cinch club met Tuesday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moose
briigger. Mrs. Z. Beauden, Mrs. R. Jame
son, Z. Beaudin and R. Jameson carried
off the prizes. Mr. and Mrs. L. Cameron,
of Spruce street, will entertain the club
Mrs. Richard Johnstone. of Fremont
street, entertained the Ladies' Aid So
ciety of the Bates Avenue M. E. Church
Tuesday afternoon. The next meeting
will be held with Mrs. E. H. Miller, of
East Fifth street.
The Ladies' Aid Society of St. John's
Catholic Church met Thursday after
noon with Mrs. P. Daly, of Mendota
street. The ladies are planning for an
The Sorosis Sewing club met Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. C. E. Rossb«rg. In
two weeks the club will meet with Mrs.
L Birmingham, of Burns avenTie.
Mrs. C. D. Stewart, of Hoffman ave
nue, will entertain the Ladies' Co-opera
tive Society of the Atlantic Congrega
tional Church Thursday afternoon.
Miss Maude Rasmusson, of Burns ave
nue, entertained the Twentieth Century
Mission Band of the Bates Avenue M. E.
Church Friday afternoon.
Mrs. J. Buchanan, of Maria avenue, en
tertained the Ladies' Aid Society of the
Dayton's Bluff Germon M. E. Church,
Mrs. Harry Fabian, of Bates avenue,
will entertain the Delta Gamma frater
nity of the state university Friday aft
The Ladies' Guild of St. Peter's Epis
copal Church met Wednesday afternoon
w:th Mrs. Relf, of Maria avenue.
A number of ladies from the Bluff were
entertained Thursday afternoon by Mrs.
W. W. Lewis and Mrs. D. F. McNab.
The Thursday Afternoon Card club
will meet this week with Mrs. George
Bonney, of East Sixth street.
Mrs. P. J. Pheney, of Maple street,
will be hostess for the Elysian Euchre
club Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Theodore Patton, of Mendota
street, is entertaining her father, of Oel
The Sewing Bee met Wednesday after
noon with Mrs. Harry Fabian, ftf Bates
Mrs. Allan C. Krieger will entertain
the Birthday club Monday afternoon.
Mrs. S. P. Spindler, of Maple street,
entertained the Thimble bee Frldaj'.
EAST ST. PAIL.
Mrs. Charles E. ParrotVof Case street,
entertained at a Martha Washington
luncheon yesterday for Mrs. A. E. Dris
ccll. Mrs. Parrot t was assisted by Miss
Ziilia Morris and Miss Francos Parrott,
who were dressed in Martha Washing
ton costumes. The decorations were red.
white and blue, ros,*;, carnations and
Arlington Camp. M. W. A., gave an
'■ entertainment last evening in Odd Fel
i lows hall on Payne avenue for the b3ne-
I fit of the sick fund, after which dancing
I was indulged" in. The committee in
charge was John O. L'nden. Otto H.
Frenning, James R. Pearson, August
Lunbeck and G. Lindahl.
Mr. and Mrs. § N. Gross, of East Min
neh»»a street, entertained a company of
friends Friday evening in honor of their
! ninth wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs.
Grass were $resen.ted with a beautiful
1 silver piece by the members of the E. O.
Mrs. L. A "Webster, of Fauquier street,
entertained the Ladies' Auxiliary to the
R. W. Engineers Tuesday afternoon. Four
I tables of euchre was played. Prizes were
won by Mrs Morrow, Mrs. Ekard and
The Young People's Society of the Cook.
Street M. E. Church has elected ffie fol
lowing officers: President, Mias Emma
Oberg; vice president, Miss Ella Carson;
secretary, Mfas Ida Oberg; treasurer,
Miss Annie Grythrnan.
A special meeting of the Ladies' Aid
Society of Qrace BjC K. Church was held
' Fr'day afternpon a\ the nome of Mrs. E.
i Burr.gardner, on Bprr street, to arrange
for a handkerchief* sale to be given just
The Progressive Social club and the
Seven-Spot Sccia! club gave a 'bus party
Wednesday evening to Highwood Afcout
twenty couples were in the party. A. and
D. Johnson had charge of the affair.
A sleighride party was given Saturday
evening by a number of East side young
people, after which refreshments were
ser\ed' at the home, of Miss Maud Dens
more, on Reaney street.
The .Young People's Society of St.
James' Episcopal Church gave a social
" last evening in the guild hall. Rev. C. S.
Cable gave a lecture on the life of Christ
and stereopticon views.
Mrs. E. J. Quinn. of Bedford street en
tertained the Neighborhood Euchre club
Wednesday afternoon. Favors were won
by Mrs. Sweeney, Mrs. Skiel, Mrs. E M
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Ea«t
Presbyterian On-urch will give a soc al
Sriday evening at the home of Mrs.
Thomas Cameron, 1077 Fauquiear street.
Mjs. George Brookins, of Fauqui^r
street, entertained at luncheon Wednes
day for Miss Stella Cutter and Miss Min
nie Gale, of Mankato.
Miss Maud Densmmre. of Reaney street,
entertained the C. E. Society of the East
Presbyterian Church Thursday evening
at a poster social.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Downs, of Reaney
street, entertained at dinner Thursday
evening in honor of their twelfth wedding
Miss Jessie Le Master, of Reaney
street, entertained at a fudge party Mon
day evening. The prize was won by Miss
Mrs. Sherman Edgington, East Minne
nanji street, entertained during the week
Mrs. W. Canton and daughter Gladys, of
The Young People's Society of the As
bury M. E. Church gave a "literary talk
Friday evening in the parlors of the
A very successful card party was
given Thursday evening in Odd Fellows'
hall by Prosperity caii-p for a sick mem
Mrs. Luther Case. #of Reaney street,
entertained at a poster social Wednesday
afternoon. Mrs. G. Wilder won the prize.
Mrs. T. J. Savage, of River Falls, Wis.
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. a!
Schermerhorn, of East Seventh street.
Miss Ruth Peterson, of Otsago street,
entertained a few friends Wednesday
evening in honor of her birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Webster were
given a surprise Tuesday evening by a
number of Minneapolis friends
The Daughters of Malta met Friday
afternoon in Odd Fellows' hall on Payne
avenue for special work.
Mrs. J. A. Binder entertained during
the week Mrs. Carl Steller and Mrs.
Philip Artz, of Excelsior.
Mrs. F. C. Spates, of Fauquier street,
entertained at luncheon Thursday for a
number of lady friends.
Mrs. John Simon, of Olmstead street,
gave a dinner Wednesday for relatives in
honor of her birthday.
Mrs. Ida Hermann, of Reaney street,
entertained at a coffee Wednesday for a
number of lady liiends.
Mrs. M. Wicker, of Case street, Is en
tertaining her sister, Mrs. Theo.Johnson,
Mrs. Peterson entertained at a 5 o'clock
tea Tuesday for Sirs. WVti, of Will
Mrs. H. Dopson will e^ertain the New
Century club next Tuesday afternoon.
The Hamline Fortnightly club met at
the home of Mrs. A. Adams on Tuesday
afternoon. Mrs. Caldwell read a paper
on "Domestic Architecture," and Mrs.
Brown read one on "The Club Woman at
Last evening the ladies of Hamline
gave "A Trip Around the World." Half
hour stops were made at Boston, Berlin,
Rome, Tokio and Washington. Refresh,
ments suitable to each city were served
by ladies in costume.
Mrs. Walter Ryan, of Minnehaha street,
entertained the Missionary Society of
Knox Church on Thursday. The subject
of the programme was "China."
The Ladies' Aid Society of Knox Pres
byterian Church held a social at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison, cf Capitol
avenue, on Thursday.
Hiram F. Stevens is to address the
Hamline Six O'Clock club Monday even
ing on "The Life and Character of George
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Roberts and Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Behrens entertained a
company of friends on Monday even
The Misses Mamie and Hilda Hasslan
entertained a company of friends at their
home on Thomas street last evening.
Mrs. Bessie L. Scovil, state president
of the W. C. T. U., speaks in the Ham
line M. E. church tonight.
Mrs. H. W Tassam, of Minneapolis, was
the guest of Mrs. J. E. Myers, of Albert
avenue, this week.
Mr. Fred Allen returned from attend
ing the Y. M. C. A. convention ait North
field on Monday.
Miss Grace Kemerer, of St. Joseph's
academy, was the guest of Miss Cecile
Cole on Thursday.
Rev. and Mrs. W. Shannon have been
the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Flint, of Van Buren street, is en
tertaining her mother, Mrs. Pelsey, of
Miss Patterson, of Minneapolis. has
been the guest for the past week of Mrs.
J. H. Roberts.
Mrs. Mouty, who has been the guest of
her sister. Mrs. Smith, of Fry street, has
gone to Dover.
Miss Beryl Rice entertained the sopho
more class of H. U. at her home last
Dr. G. H. Bridgman spoke at Wesley
M E. church, Minneapolis, on Tuesday
Miss Georgie Duxbery, of Nebraska, has
been a guest at the tome of Mrs. Buck
Dr. E. A. Rich has been visiting at the
he me of his parents on Hewitt avenue.
The Hamline W. C. T. U. met at the
home of Mrs. Kirkwood Friday afternoon.
Mrs. L. G. Lewis entertained Miss
Kingsland, of Melrose, the past week.
Miss Hattie Taylor has gone to the
northern part of the state to teach.
Mr. Donald Robertson, of Dover, is the
guest of his aunt, Mrs. Nettie Smith.
Mrs. Witihey, of Fry street, is enter
taining Miss Blanche "Kendall.
Miss Etta Webb is visiting her sister,
Mrs. Ed Runitz, of Springfie.d. /
Mrs. J. H. Rounds entertained Miss
Cora Wiles on Thursday.
Mrs. J. P. Adamson and Mrs. Willis
G. Prince gave a Scotch tea Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Adam
son on Carroll street. Mrs. Allan Ter-
Bush and Miss Bessie Carrie assisted.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Presby
terian Church celebrated its nineteenth
anniversary Friday evening at the home
of Mrs. C. M. Benham.
The Monday Evening club met Monday
evening in the parlors of the Presby
terian church. Aid. 'C. J. Hunt spoke on
The ladies of -Trinity M. E. church
gave a disguise party Friday evening at
the home of Mrs. Emma Burton, of Ron
Mrs. F. L. Daggett, of Dayton avenue,
entertained the Ladies' Social Union of
the St. Paul's Universalist Church Tues
Miss Dennison, who has been the guest
of Mrs. James D. Dv Shane, of Iglehart
street, has returned to her home in Dav
The Ladies" Aid Society of Olivet Con
gregational Church win give a colonial
sccia! Friday evening in the church
Mrs. R. L. Wiseman, who was the
guest of her parents, Mr. ancf*Mrs. D. R.
Davis, has returned to her home in Pine
Mrs. A. G. Flournoy entertained the
Twentieth Century club last Friday aft
ernoon at her home on Prior avenue.
The Ladies' Aid Society of Trinity M.
E. Church met Tuesday afternoon at the
home of Mr?. G. B. Hillman.
' Mr. and Mrs. George Phipps. of Mar
shall avenue. left*-Monday evening for a
month's visit in California-
Mrs. T. F. 'Jfesiings, of Prior avenue,
entertained the Daughters o-f the King
Mrs. J. P. Adamson and Mrs. Willis G.
Pierce entertained at a guessing contest
Mrs. H. E. Callahan, of Marshall aye-
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nue, will leave soon for a two months"
visit in California.
Mrs. Charles Payne, of Marshall ave
nue, has returned from an extended visit
in the East.
Arthur Geele, of Shattuck school, Fari
bault. hau been the guest of his cousin,
Mrs. W. C. Williston, of Red Wing, is
tlio guest of Mrs. E. V. Canfield, of Car
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Mead, of Glendive,
Mont., are the guests of Dr. a nd Mrs. S.
Mrs. A. S. Nash, of Iglehart street, is
entertaining her sister from Toronto,
Miss Laura Shepard, of Iglehart street,
has returned from a visit in West Su
Mrs. A. B. Bell, of Carroll street, en
tertained at cards Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Kitt, of the Cros
by, have removed to Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Flournoy spent part
of the week Ui FaribauiU
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Adair and the
Mjf-ses Jessie and Clara Stantan and
Nola Thomas, of Minneapolis, spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gunther
Jr., of Flandrau avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gunther Jr., of
Flandrau avenue, were pleasantly sur
prised last Saturday evening in " honor
of Mr. Gunther's birthday by thirty
three of their friends.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Carling. of Flan
drc-au avenue, were pleasantly surprised
last Friday evening in honor of their
twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. Thir
ty-eight were present.
Mrs. H. Sampson and daughter Min
nie and Mr. E. Goslin, of the city, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Sampson,
of Stillwater avenue.
Mrs. J. J. Eariy, of Stillwater avenue.
and daughters have returned from a
three months' visit with her mother, of
St. Louis, Mo.
Mrs. A. E. Peterson, of Hastings ave
nue, spent Wednesday with her sister,
Mrs. A. W. McClary, of White Bear ave
Mrs. S. Wood and daughter, Valentine,
of Lakeville, Minn., spent Tuesday with
Mrs. J. M. Whidden, of Stillwater ave
Miss Stella Carling, of Flandrau ave
nue, entertained Mr. and Mrs. C. *W.
Lyon, of Aurora avenue, at tea Satur
Mrs. Roake and Mrs. Smith, of the
city, spent Thursday with Mrs. A. W.
McDowell, of Stillwater avenue.
Mrs. George Swindell, of Minneapolis,
Minn., spent Monday with Mrs. J. M.
Yv hidden, of Stillwater avenue.
Mr. George Lyon, of Farmington, Minn.,
was the guest of his nephew, Mr. W. G.
Lyon, of Harvester avenue.
Mis"s Emma Tepel, of Wyoming, Minn,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Tepel, of White Bear avenue.
Mrs. J. B. Rivers, of Stillwater ave
nue, will entertain the Progressive Card
club next Saturday evening.
The Stoddard Lecture club met with
Mrs. Henry Carling, of Flandrau avt>
nue, Friday afternoon.
Miss Peters, of Minneapolis, spent Sun-
Corner Wabasha and sth Sts. Telephone 315.
Cut Prices on Toilet Lotions for Monday:
Recarnier Cream. Regular 7Kp
price $1.25, for luO
Recarnier Balm. Regular 7Cp
price $1.25, for lw«
Recarnier Moth & Freckle 7Cp
Loiton. Regular $1.25, for IJu
Crown Ambroline Lotion. Q"?«
Regular 50c, for 0 I U
Most Complete Line of Perfumes and Toilet Waters
in the City.
PARRER Ihe DRUGGIST
Corner Waba^-ha and Fifth Streets.
day with Mrs. John Gunther, of Stillwa
Mr. and Mrs. Goodrich, Mr. and Mrs.
Boise. Mr. and Mrs. Schabaker, Alisscs
Uoltimeir, Blackman, Amy Bailey, Stev
ens, Cordelia Wilkinson, with Messrs
Williams, Bailey and Schabaker were
guests of Miss Mary Ward ward Satur
day evening at dinner.
The Woman's club will meet Wednes-i
day afternoon. The papers will be pre
sented by Mrs. Willis Ford on "The First
Napoleon" and "Waterloo and St. Hele
na" by Mrs. Saxton.
The Ladies' Birthday club was enter
tained Monday afternoon by Mrs. H. M.
Tuelle. The favors were won by Mrs.
E. B. Sperry. Mrs. W. J. Harrison and
The Orpheus quartette, of St. Paul, as
sisted by Mr. Charles Fairchild, gave a
delightful entertainment Saturday even
ing for the 'benefit of the library.
Mrs. Charles Cressey entertained the
Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist
Church Wednesday afternoon.
The Missionary Society of the Methodist
Church held a social at the home of Miss
Julia Bell Friday evening.
Mrs. C. A. Parker, of the Buckingham,
was a guest of her sister, Miss Julia
Misses Parker and Wilkinson were
guests of Miss Maud Shadle Sunday at
Mrs. Ferguson and Miss Hostetter, of
Merriam. Park, visited Mrs. Robert Daw
Mrs. Walter Kinsnr.an, of St. Paul, vis
ited her mother, Mrs. Levl Stevens Mon
The Silent Sisters' Card club played at
the home of Mrs. Henry Tuelle Monday
Miss Cora Stevens has gone to St. An
thony Park to live with her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Scott Mars and children are visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Blackmail.
Mis 3 Jessie Horn, of St. Paul, visited
Cordelia Wilkinson Thursday.
Miss Eva Aleott w>as a guest of Miss
Amelia Woltimier Monday.
Mrs. Clarence Howard is entertaining
her sister from Wisconsin.
Mrs. Mary Schataker spent last week
with friends in St Paul.
Mrs. Cressey spent Thursday with Mrs.
Haight, of Minneapolis.
Mrs. Eugene Cowell has gone to Min
ST. PAUL PARK.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fiske spent Sunday
in Minneapolis, the guests of Miss Sco
Mrs. W. H. Miller entertained Mr. and
Mrs. Otto Reinke, of Fairfax over Sun
Mrs. Arthur De Roche, of Chicago, is
with her mother, Mrs. John Willoughby.
Mrs. Frank Willoughby, of Minneapolis,
spent Monday with Park relatives.
Miss Aleott, of St. Paul, visited with
friends at the Park Monday.
The Social club gave a dancing party
Friday evening at the hall.
The C. E. society gave a sleighing par
ty Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Trann has been visiting in Min
Malvina Cream. Regular Q7p
50c, for UIU
Delettrez Virgin Violet Ajp
Powder. Regular 50c, for HIU
Le Trefli Incarnat Powder, /lip
Regular 50c, for *T\\l
Woodbury's Facial Pow- JQp
der. Regular 25c, for IOU