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Mr. and Mrs. Dr. North, of Rock Rap
ids, are in the city, visiting their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Kilgore.
William Jacobson, George C. Hunting
ton and Axel Berg are home from an
extended trip through Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Foight returned Satur
day from Worthington, ' where they have
-been visiting -with Mrs. Foight's sister,
Mrs. John Frink.
Mrs. J. W. Johnson returned Thursday
to her homo in Round Lake. While
ihere she was a guest at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Lewis.
Miss Susan Stoutemyer spent Sunday
ft the home of her father in Worthing
ton. , : -,,.,- ;,
Miss Clela Ayer, accompanied'by her
father, left Saturday for Sinsinawap.
Wis., where she will enter a ladies' si m- '
Arthur Marsh returned Tuesday from
Orlando Oestern, of Marshall, and Miss
Rosa Oestorn, of Lakefield, visittvi this
week at the home of their mother in
8. H. Howe is home from an extended
trip through the northern part of the
state and Canada. He was accompanied
home from St. Paul by Mrs. Howe, who
Was visiting in that city.
J: H. Sharp, who has been employed
for the past two years on the Rock
County Herald in the capacity of local
editor, severed his conection with that
paper this week, and left Tuesday morn-
Ing for Sioux Falls to begin an engage
ment with the Argus Leader.
Mrs. Arthur McGrath and children ar
rive.! Monday from Rochester, and will
make Luv( me her future home.
Mrs. G. S. Parker left Tuesday morn-
Ing for Clear Lake, S. D., to join her
husband, who recently engaged in busi
ness In that place.
E. C. Schwartz and 11. P. Blaisdell
are in Kansas City, Mo., this week, at
tending the American handicap shooting
tournament being held in that city.
E. If. Canfteid left Monday for Win
dom and Fairmont on legal business.
Dr. J. W. Bell, of Minneapolis, was in
the city Wednesday, consulting with Dr.
C. O. Wright in the ease of A. J. Daley,
who has been seriously ill for the past
*" Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Adams returned
: Monday from Lo s Angeles and Santa
" Barbara, Cal., where they spent the win
W. B. Hinkly returned Tuesday from
-Oixon, in., having graduated from the
business college at that place. He will
commence an engagement in the Rock
county bank this week.
J. L. Snook left Saturday for Emmons,
Mr. and Mrs. John O'Connell, John
Byrne, Ed Buckley and M. Ryan left
lues. for Winnipeg.
Rev. Father Walsh was in Ileroii Lake
Edward Seibert returned Saturday from
a several months' visit at Gloria.
J. K. Campbell returned Saturday from
a business trip to Sioux City.
Cli-arlov Canfield, of Kasson, is in the
cHv. visiting old-time friends.
The Luverne Telephone company have
ordered material and are making prep
arations to build telephone lines through
out the county for the accommodation
tfin the farmers. When completed their
►•lines will cover the entire county. The
subscribers In the country will be given
«n?7 £?, i lSe ',' f the verne exchange,
and will be placed on an equal footing
in regard to long distance messages with
the luverne subscribers. - The company
a few days g:U WOrk °" their line In
a n^ J? nnua} meetsn S of the members
rw/h * rT' nts of the First Presbyterian
church of *verne was held in the church
Tuesday night. J. H. Adams was elected
tr& a, nd 'n° HaWes and J- H Adams
trustees. The usual reports of the vari
af/airsl^ 663 vwer Rented and the
nttairs of the church were found to be
In excellent condition, there being a nici
.Balance of cash in the treasury of each
the"^ T"*" After the siness session
the evening- was given over to sociability
"after" wh£h v ros!" amme Was c!Sffi2:
the feature lUnCheOn WaS Served ln
The first concert and danop «or +Ti«
>«? ntf t °f "oP/ncr's orchestra wm given
at the opera house Monday night The
were so"d financlall >'- °ver 800 tickets
tT JP r- ■Mabi;J Blgssby. accompanied by her
llturd*/ h TfV/ etUrn£ d 5° Sloux Fa»»
ojiuraay. After a short visit in that
Chicl4 hey Wl." return to thei? homK
eratl«n «f iannual session of the Fed
'nh «i s * tne Luverne Tourist
Miss Kate Daniels spent her week>s
-■vacatio* at Owatonna. *eeks
Henry Arneson, of Devil's Lake N D
BcotlcM this waek. visiting Dr * ' C L
Bcotu-IJ this waek. '
toVlloSaTSunn!" removed his faml *
Neil McLeod purchased the J. T. Grif
fin restaurant. .- " '
/ wmS *£ ura Anderson entertained the
' billing Workers at ths residence of Keg!
' ister Sundbo on Friday evening
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Davenport.' of Min
neapolis, have been the guests of Mr
and Mrs. Henry Miller this week
Eric Thornton, of St. Paul, spent last
Sunday night with his parents. Maj. and
Mrs. P. M. Thornton.
Editor Hogue, of the Review, and M
McDaniels had business before the pen
sion board at Morris on Wednesday
The Busy Bees gave a sociable an!
cupper at the parlors .of The Synod
church Wednesday evening.
Just an even dozen of marriage li
censes were Issued recently by the clerk
of court, indicative of the close of Lent-
Prof. 11. S. Hilleboe has been tendered
board for another year the local school
board for another year
«-^ iS fS^^Sl in Stnc c am* home Mon
th? from St. Mary's, Faribault, to spend
the Easter vacation. v
O. A. Malm arrived from Triumph
Minn., this week, and has rented the
Green residence, which' he will occupy
Mrs. F. C. Robins left Wednesday for
a fortnight's visit with friends at North
-'The ball and banquet tendered to the
K. of P. lodge on Monday evening by
the wives of the various members was
a complete success in every raspect
Supt. B. G. Covell left Friday to at-
nd the Northern Minnesota educational
meet at St. Cloud.
The concert for the benefit of the cornet
band, given by Miss Lydja Brandt and
•ncr, pupils en Wednesday evening, was
a r.iuslcal treat of rare merit.
- Cc-, L- Scofield has been appointed
*3 health officer for a term of three
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years, and H. J. Crooks a member of
Mrs. H. W. Stone, after being" snow
bound and flood bound on the N. P. over
land, returned home from her winter's
sojourn on Wednesday night.
The Ladies' guild conducted a highly
successful handkerchief and apron ba
zaar at the city hall on Thursday.
Changes on the Great Northern today
sends the day passenger through to Wa
tcrtown, and causes a short line passen.
Valle TUn fr°m thlS P°int t0 Prown>s
William Fielding, a resident of Lexing
ton township since 1857, died at the home
of his son after an illness of about two
weeks of paralysis. The interment took
place at Mound- cemetery in thia city
The annual meeting of the Le Sueur
County Bible society was held at the
Presbyterian church here last week, at
which tinre the following officers were
elected for the ensuing year: President,
J. P. Funk; vice-president, J. R. Cos
grove; secretary. Miss Annie L. Boet
tcher; treasurer and depository, W. H.
Rethwill. The principal address of the
evening was delivered by Rev. Edward
Edward C. Piepho has been succeeded
as manager of the Park hotel by Louis
John Jasper and family have moved
their household effects to Pomeroy,
Wash., which Is to be their future home.
Mrs. B. T. Barnes and children .re
turned to their home in Raymond Fri
Mrs. John J. Morgan and son, Leonard,
arrived here last week from Denver,
Col., to spend the summer with the
former's parents. —
Mrs. Charles E. Colby, of Barnsville,
and Mrs. George H. Nichols, of Duluth,
are the guests of their mother in this
George Stewart, of St. James, visited
his mother a few days the past week.
John Burns, of St. Thomas, died of
pneumonia Thursday morning at the
hospital at St.. Peter after a brief ill
ness. He was about forty years of age
and leaves a wife and three children.
The funeral occurred at St. Thomas Sat
Mrs. D. Spaulding, of St. Paul, was the
guest of Mrs. 1). A. Kirk the past week.
Mrs. H. F. Curtis and son, Lewis, of
Kansas City, -are the guests of relatives
and friends in this city.
William Taylor, who has been attend
ing Pillsbury academy at Owatoana, is
spending his Easter vacation with his
parents in this city.
Simpson King was called to Frazee by
the illness of his brother. .
Mrs. Iva F. Farmer, of Hamline, spent
Sunday with Miss Curtis. ;
Iten & Lawson have purchased the
Cement Stone works of Fisher & Peter
son, and Will hereafter conduct the busi
ness. . . ,
The city council met in special ses
sion Friday night to canvass the vote of
the recent election. ',
Thomas Hessian, of this city, and C. C.
Kalars, of Le Sueur Center, attended
the meeting of the State Bar asociation
held at St. Paul last week. '
Atlee Budke, of Owatqnna, is the guest
of relatives in town.
The English M. E. Sunday school gave
a missionary concert at their church
George W. Taylor returned from Beau
rr.ont, Tex., the first of last week
Patrick T. Shea returned from Baul
der Mont., Wednesday, where he had
passed the winter. Tyrone, while digging
Henry Weyl. of Tyrone, while digging
a well on his farm, near Ms home
found a large piece of mineral of some
kind at a depth of twenty-eight feet. lie
has sent it to st Paul for anyalsis. and
if it proves to be of value he win at
once commence to prospect further
A number of members of the local Ma
sonieTdge visited the Henderson lodge
SajS a H. "heaieft Wednesday for Ire
land? where he intends to spend the
"T^a'nd Mrs. Schlegel, of Radwood
Falls, visited the former's parents here
a few days the past week.
Mrs N Welter returned to her nome
in New York Mills Thursday.
Frank T. Hennessy, of St. Paui, ,~Pem.
a few days with his parents in this city
who has been ill at
St Paul for several months, was b««f W
h r e DSaT UVof ys f tPaul," £vSSW
standing warrants The general u^
i ri?h1 PSnl^Pt?we a c leaving
a balance of S s6Nos: 2 and 3 were start-
Fred Jones on route 2. IS
Fred Jones on route l.
Ea I Sr ts e. rTSo tmls CHughes and children went
to Faribault Saturday to visit for a lew
daMTsses Nina Pride. Abbie Mather and
Clara Tennison, and C. M. Kennedy, oi
ESS were in the city Saturday. a
socll danc^-at the G. hall, Monday
social danee 3 at Schiller hall. Monday
evening Refreshments were served and
Dr and Mrs. Harrington, Monday even
ing. It" was the last meeting of the club
before the departure of Mr. and .Mrs
George T. Barr for California Dinner
was served and the evening spent in an
en^' a andmM nrs. er George Lang- departed
Monday for Sioux Falls. S. ?•• /where
they will spend several weeks visiting the
latter's parents. <r->vA
Hook and Ladder Company No. lgave
their annual Easter ball at A. O. U. W.
hall Monday night. The Crescent orches
tra furnished the music and the party
was one of the most enjoyable ever given
byM£s e nyArmheim - and George
Pleck were married Monday morning at
the Stahl house, Rev. Peter Lauer, of
Watertown, S. D., officiating. The young
couple left for the West and will reside
at Lake Preston, S. D.
Hon. J. U. Lloyd, of Le Sueur, was the
guest of relatives in the city Tuesday.
Miss Anna Morris, of Lake Benton. Is
spending her Easter vacation with her
parents in the city.
Mr and Mrs R. D. Hubbard and Mr.
and Mrs. George E. Brett returned Tues
day from Hot Springs, Ark. where they
have spent the past three weeks.
Mrs M. A. Summers left Tuesday for
her old home in West Union, W. Va.,
where she has been summoned by the
serious illness of her father.
Dr. J. U. Andrews left for-Pfpestone
Tuesday night, where he has been called
Mrs Nels Peterson departed .Tuesday
for Seattle, where she will visit relatives.
Mips Frances Wells, who is teaching
at Northfield, is spending her vacation
with her parents at Mankato Junction.
Miss Amy Sickle, of Winona. is the
guest of her brother. .J. H. Sickle. ,
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Yolk. who have
spent the winter in Minneapolis, have re
turned to Cliff' Inn Lake. Wash.-
Ed Weaver returned Wednesday from
a two weeks' trip through the East, in
specting state and public buildings with
members of the state capitol commission.
While in Connecticut Mr. Weaver was
entertained by Mrs. Culver, at Middle
town, formerly of this city.
- William Jones, of Elmore, Is visiting
relatives in the city.
Miss Mary Kloppmann and Mr. August
Baruth, were married Thursday afternoon
This signature it on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablet*
£<* l«p«4y Out cures a «014 In 099
THE SI 4. PAUt GLOBE, MOX&AY, APRIt, t, 1902},
at the German Lutheran church, Rev.
Schultz officiating. They will make their
home in St. Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. L. I/. Davis and family
arrived in the city yesterday, and will
make their future home here.
Miss Jennie Warren, of Windom,' is
the guest of Mrs. C. O. Dailey.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Thiering, of Spring
field, visited friend 3in the city Wednes
Mr. H. -E, Swan departed "Thursday
for Ontario, Cal., where he will join his
family and make his home In the future
Miss Bessie Tucker, of Lake Bentonj
is the guest of Miss Anna Morris.
Daniel Christman, wife and daughter,
of Byron, are guests of James Whipple
Miss Nettie Smith, of Lltchfield. who
has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. C.
L. Alleman, for several months, returned
home Friday morning.
Mrs. Gus Widell entertained the Up
to-date Card club Friday evening. Prizes
were won by Mrs. Z. O. Blekre and Mrs
The Beta Mv Kai Gamma club were
BM?t^ lnes I* the Misses Sparrow and
r ? a / Saturday night. Gentlemen
teretafn S e d Wea r tecS. e<l and deli^h«u^ *n-
nen SnnMa^ Gros? . in Mm
Rob Pert SSwaLon?- ° daUghter ' Mrs.
Rev. John Goergen spent Easter, the
Sii est of his parents, in this city.
Miss Clara Kohl visited with relatives
at Glencoe last wek.
t—° 4^ ci, rcle met at the *ome of Miss
Lizzie Rles last Tuesday and elected offi
cers for the ensuing year. President,
Miss Emma Contcr; vice president, Mis 3
Lizzie Ries; secretary. Miss Anna Mer
geus; treasurer, Miss Lillie Theis
Miss Theresa Kerens, of St. Paul,- spent
Easter day at home.
Miss Anna K. Yost, of St. Paul spent
her Easter holiday in this city
Mrs. J. C. Wilson, of Hull, lowa was
a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs O
\f? row n> the lalter part of last week
Miss Jennie Jones, of Milwaukee Wis
arrived Tuesday evening to remain-a
wk > the #vest of Miss Lena Strunk.
The Misses Kohler have had as guests
this week Mrs. Kate Barge and daughter,
of Minneapolis, and Miss Mary Fisher of
tot- C lOliCl.
FrMao^ ReS WaS aSt James visit°r last
C. H. Lord, of Minneapolis, was in
town last , Tuesday, combining business
J. E. Hurd the local telephone manager.
is putting in a new switch board and
also cable in the local exchange
The Literary club meets next Monday
afternoon at the home of Prof, and Mrs.
E. H. Ellsworth.
Mrs. Henry Mergeus visited at the home
of E. J. Gellenbeck and family last Mon
day and Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Tuller, of Minne-
u Pw'i. Werests at " the home of John
Prof. A. L. Mcßee and wife, of Monti
cello, enjoyed a visit of a week with old
M'ss Hattie Kurtz visited in Minneap
olis from Saturday until Monday. She
was accompanied on her return by Wil
liam Kurtz and baby.
The last meeting of the Duplicate Whist
club was held at the home of Mrs. J G
Newell last Wednesday evening
Court reconvened Wednesday,' and the
Indian cases were disposed of. Jackson
Cloud and Athed Day were discharged
by the court, and Campbell and La From
boise were fined $00 each.
Joseph Fischer Thursday bought out
John Peterson's interest in the Shakopee
cement Stone works, and will carry on
the business alone hereafter.
Mrs. E. B. Kettcrer and son. Reno, are
atolls 5 relatives and friends in JMinne-
Peter Linhoff, of St. Paul, was the
guest of his parents Easter Sunday
Merchant J. C. Lies was in the city the
forepart of the week on a buying trip.
Miss Elsie Condon returned to her stud
£s in St. Joseph's academy. St. Paul
iuesday after spending a short vacation
Miss Virginia Southworth is the guest
wee"k r brother> W- M- Southworth, for a
in Mthe £' ,W> Newell spent last - Saturday
in the Twin Citie3.
• F?£ nl r I?elbo has accepted a position
in the Mam Cash Meat Market.
Miss Celia Flaradeau has finished her
term of school in the free district and
will spend the summer in this city
Peter Mergeus and family, of Fairmont,
are the guests of her parents, Mr
and Mrs. Schank.
up ' C bW& - of Minneapolis has opened
up a billiard hall in this city
Mr. Krueger, of Hastings, is putting In
buildi "S bowUn* alley in the Condon
- . ■ _
The fourth annual ball given by the
£ Cal f A. O. U. W. lodge was -very suc
cessful. Luncheon was served at Hotel
Archer at midnight and dancing was con
tonued for two hours later
Mrs M Kump, for whose benefit the
i ■ ,rr aj band Save a concert recently
died Thursday of blood poisoning.
inPf 0?^ Arthur Sr., of Windom, is visit-
Ing friends and relatives here
TL'Aiw Marhall ia expected'home this
cific coas 1? extended visit to the Pa-
The Canadian Jubilee Singers will give
a concert in the Auditorium Weiiies Jay
under the auspices of Company D
Or. •E. Larkin has purchased a fine
an rr-sta/i llon ' weinfn& 1,600 pounds.
wiKVrV. £ ?! S-ont" meet ThUrSday
The ladies of the Baptist church served
not biscuits and maple . syrup in the
church parlors Thursday evening.
" The Town and Country club will hold
its next monthly meeting with Mrs. A
B. Kelly on Saturday next.
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Baker will leave
today for Washington state, where they
expect to make their home in the fu
Mrs. W. E. Hibbard entertainsd Bt a
muslcale Saturday evening for Mis Elsie
M. Tower, of Minneapolis.
The W. R. C. Sewing society vdil rret
tomorrow with Mrs. Sarah Allen
Jay Stern made a business trip to Dun
C. W. Gress and son, who have been
In business here for many years, will
close their shoe store in the near fu
Rev'fr & Kibler have sold their hand
some black team to Hulz Bros, of She-
Tjoygan Falls, Wis., consideration being
Dr. Gouli of West Superior. Wis., -wag
hero Tuesday to attend Stanley Lyman,
son of C. AY. Layman Jr.
Edward Mohn, of St. Paul, and John
Mohn, of Minneapolis, made a short visit
with their mother, Mrs. Anna Mohn.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schrump left Tues
day for St. Paul, where Mr. Schrump has
secured a position with the Great Nort'i
Mis 3 June Streeter is spending her va
cation with her parents in this city from
her school in Fargo, NT D
Senator O. H. Myran, of Ada, was a
guest of his daughter, Mrs. E L Liv
ingston, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. Roberts, of Minneap
olis, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
I. E. Summer a few days last week.
Peter and C. C. Biesner spent a few
days visiting relatives in St. Paul last
The gravel trains of the Burlington are
runring through this city daily, and it is
extected the passenger trains will socn
At the council meeting Tuesday evening
Robert Rammage was appointed chi^f of
police, and began his duties Wednesday.
"W. D. Bishop came up from Lori;? Prai
rie Tuesday night, He has resigned his
position in the hardware stora at thai
point and will go to work for "W H
an, of Little Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. George Empev and Miss
Alice Pierce, of Verndale, were the guests
of friends in this city over Sunday!
C. W. Baumbaeh went to St. Paul Tues
day night on business.
Bust. . Swnfison, of the .'Wadeaa high
school, leaves today for Mooihead to at
tend a meeting of the Northwe-itern Fd
ucational association, which take-i place
there Friday and Saturday. Mr. Simpson
i 3 on the programme to speak on the sub
ject "Relation of Home and School."
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Kapler went to
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Kapler have
issued invitations for a "*e*ckle party"
to be given Saturday evening, April 5, at
th°lr home in honor of Miss Johanna.
Velikonje. The nature of the feat
ures which will be provided is kept a
close secret, and there Is not a little
speculation as to what a cackle will Le
lik<>. About fifty invitations have beeen
Jamer. T. Fuller, principal' of the llan
torvillo public school, arri/3d home Sun
day to spend the Easter vacation with
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Koch Sr. went to
St. Cloud Saturday night to vis'.t at the
home of their daughter, Mrs. G. Ftuehr.
Miss Kraemer went to Detroit Satur
day afternoon to visit for a week v. ith
Mrs R. R. Atchison.
Dr. L. W. Babcock paid Akcley a pro
fessional visit Tuesday.
Steamboat Inspectors Knapp and Cary
were in Winona on Saturday and inspect
ed the steamers Frontenac, owned by
the Laird-Norton company, of this city;
the Musser, of the Van Sant fleet, and
the little Robert Harris, which runs be
tween Winona and Fountain City. All
three boats passed a good inspection.
Gov, Van Sant came down at noon to
see how the Musser inspection had been.
He reports that all the Van Sant boats
nave now been inspected with the ex
ception of the Glenmont and her bow
boat, the Park Bluff, which are to under
go the ordeal at La Crosse on Monday.
The funeral of Daniel Baker will take
place this afternoon. His death was
peculiar, in that his illness was brought
on by the death of his son about ten days
ago, this proving a great shock to him.
The Winona Ladies' Choral club has
arranged to present the Opera "Prtscil
la" on the evening of May 0. The cast
has been selected and rehearsals are now
being held. The presentation will be
under the direction of Prof. Edw. Tay
lor, with Prof. Arthur _ Pyne as stage
manager. The opera sets'forth the court
ship of Miles Standish. Many leading
people will participate in the produc
J. X. Maybury. specifications man in
the architectural department at the
World's fair at Chicago, is here on a
brief visit to his family. He will return
to St. Louis early in the week,
Tho Ministers' association will meet
this morning, and Rev. E." W: Jenney will
present a paper on "The Value of Pas
Rev. A. Busch, formerly pnstor of the
German Presbyterian church in this city,
is spending several days here.
Robert Harris, of Centerville, Wls., and
Grace Wheeler, of this city, were united
in marriage on Saturday afternoon by
Rev. S. F. Kerfoot.
A "Manfred" recital was given at St.
Paul's paiish house on Saturday after
noon by Prof, and Mrs. W. M~ Crosse.
Miss Nellie Har.ley and Miss Adelaide
Gates, teachers in the Winona public
schools, have been granted leave of ab
sence from their duties for the rest of
the schoor year.
J. Orchard, field worker of the State
Sunday School association, spent Sunday
in Winona fh the interests of the state
Sunday school convention to be held here
April 15, 18 and 17. This morning he will
meet the different local committees.
A calss of eighty was confirmed at St.
Martin's Lutheran church on Sunday. .
John Gage, formerly of this city. has
gone into partnership with O. O. Smith
at Dcs Molnes, lowa.
The report of Fire Marshal Wise C.
Norton for the municipal year ending
March shows fire losses of $31,094, against
$8,076 the previous year.
William Crane, of this city, has been
appointed steward at the insane asylum
at St. Peter, and left to take up his new
duties there this week.
Miss Julia Dunnlngton entertained the
iunior class of the high school with
two of the teachers, Miss Battin and
Thomas Flynn came up from Macalc-s
--ter college Tuesday to spend his vacation
Mr. and Mrs. William Derwent returned
to their home in Minneapolis Wednes
day, after visiting for some time with
the family of O. W. McMillan.
Supt. S. J. Kace went to St. Paul Sat
urday to attend a meeting of the Nation
al Educational association.
S. S. Gale, of Grunden, was in town
a few days of last week.
Ira Weeks, of Albert Lea, was the
guest of Auditor I. N. Tompkins last
Angelo A. Bissell. cf Colorado, arrived
here Tuesday, and is the guest of his
father, D. Bissell.
Russell Palme-r, son of J. J. Palmer,
narrowly escaped death last Wednesday.
The boy took a dose of morphine and the
prompt response of a physician saved
J. D. Wilson, of Northfleld, was visit
ing in this city last week.
A. P. Goudy went to St. Paul Saturday
to SDend a short time with friends
Harry Laird is spending a few. weeks
with friends in Mineapolis. -■' •■
H. D. Everett, one of the oldest resi
dents of Redwood Falls, passed away
at the home of his daughter, Mrs. E. Mc-
Clintock, Monday. The funeral occurred
The members of the fire department,
at a meeting Thursday, erected C. W.
Mead as chief, to succeed A. W. Bager.
The company presented the retiring chief
with a handsome present as a mark of
appreciation of .his services in the past.
Easter Sunday was observed by all the
churches in a most fitting manner. The
Methodists raised $200 for missionary pur
poses. Special services were held at the
Episcopal church, and also at the Catho
lic church. The day was appropriately
celebrated at the Christian church and at
the Presbyterian church it was the day
for admitting a number of new members
~, Lew Wallace, of Vesta, : was in town
last week. ...... , ...
C. M. Van Wormer spent a portion of
th week with friends in St. Paul.
E. Ellickson. of Bellingham, was the
guest of friends last week,
last' week" made a trip to' Minneapolis
* J. H. Bowers was at St. Paul this week
attending a session of the supreme court.
w. H- Andrews, of Morton, was in town
a few days of last week
r,/;t A"f^Ch^ ahl ? as ln St. Paul the early
part- of last week, the guest of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. IT. c. Brasle visited rela
tives in Monticello Saturday and Ban-
R. Jones, of Hamline. spent Sunday
visiting at the home of Mr .and Mrs.
G. C. Carpenter."
Rev. August Anderson delivered a lec
ture upon "Alaska 11 at the Swedish Mis
sjon church last Sunday evning.
Misses Sadie and Alice Leeson, of Min
neapolis, stoped over Sunday with rela
tives here. On Monday they started for
Velva, N. D., where they will take
Miss Kitty Quinn and Miss Myrtle Senn,
of Sauk Rapids, spent Sunday and Mon
day with Miss Rose Quinn, uf Buffalo.
C. A. Pidgeon transacted Tsnsiness at
Howard Lake last Monday, and on Tues
day he attended the opening session of
the slate supreme court at St. Paul.
A piece of th,? machinery «t the faw
rnili caught in tTie clothing of Elmer
Peterson last Wednesday He escaped
uninjured, although his clothing was l.ad
Christian Johnson was at Austin en
business this week.
The third of a series of lectures under
the auspices of a citizens' committee was
delivered last Wednesday evening by Dr.
J. S. Montgomery, of Minneapolis. Ills
subject. "One-Fided People," was well
handled, and the lecture was well re
ceited by the large audience present.
Charles Syliora, of Maple T^ake, and
Miss Maggie Kreia, «f Chatham, .*«••
married by Justice Vorse last Wednes
EL O. McGaffey has purchased the s»ore
building formerly owned by W. J. Ellis,
and will continue the hardware business
in his own building in the future.
Frank Bannochie will have a teleplior-e
put in between Buffalo and his summer
hotel at Bulaski Lake, one mile norih
-of here, thi§ summer.
Visitors in the Twin Cities this week
were; Margaret Fogarty, Mrs. J3!:n Hel
lier, Mrs. S. W. Junken anrl IT. Ham
Faul Maehling transacted business at
Har.over last Wednesday.
Mr. Wendling arrived here Friday even
ing from California for a short v'sit <vith
The members of the M. I?, church held
a reception Friday evening for their new
pastor, Rev. J. S. Kingan, at the home of
Mrs. Walker. A large number of the
members were present, and all sptr.t a
very enjoyable evening.
Sister Fidelis Lucking, O. S. 8.. of Min
neapolis, is here*, owing to the illness or
her father, Anton Lucking.
Seymour Carter left Friday night upon
a business trip to New York.
A. M. Clark- and Miss Alice- Cisrk, of
Minneapolis, were the guests ot fri°nds
here on Saturday.
The firemen's ball at the Yanz ther tor
on Friday evening proved a grand suc
Mrs. John Stoudt was delightfully sv.r
prised at her residence on Six h street
by a number of her lady frlet^s last
Friday afternoon, the sixty-first anniver
sary of htr birthday.
Mrs. C. B. Rust and daughter, of St.
Paul, were guests of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. S. Fitch.
The supper and phonographic entertain
ment given by the- men of the Methodist
church at W. C. T. U. hall on Friday
evening was largely attended, and proved
a very enjoyable affair.
Mrs. A. C. Rockstad went up to Minne
apolis Saturday to visit friends.
Dr. F. L. Stoudt went down to Zum
brota Saturday to spend Sunday.
Miss Clara E. Johnson went out to
Northfleld Saturday on a visit.
Miss Merle Barnum returned to SumtfT
Saturday from a visit with Misa Helena
W. Krueger. ■
The site on Broadway donated to tho
city for a public library is being cleared
off preparatory to the erection of the new
The month of March completed the
largest quarter in the history of the Red
Wing postofflce, the receipts for the three
months then ending amounting to $4,332.79.
in the first three months of this year the
rural carriers delivered 78,072 pieces an.l
collected 7.938. During the same period
last year they delivered 03,229 pieces and
coll. cted 7.255 pieces.
The annual city ele-tion takes place on
Tuesday, April 28. Four aldermen, two
constables and two school directors are
to be elected.
A hat factory is now assured. A com
pany will be organized for which $25,000
canital has already been subscribed.
The dedication of Masonic hall tnkrs
place on Wednesday next. The Mai
ceremonies will be held in the afternoon
and the public exercises in the evening
Mrs. Charles Betcher, Mrs. H i; Thor
man, Mrs. E. T. Howard and Mrs A. W
Jones will give a card party on Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Betcher.
L. L. Davis moved to Manicato today
Mr. DavLs has been engaged in the hard-
Ware business here for a numbvr of yeais,
and in the passing of Mr. Davis M>:tlelia
loos^.; one of her most enterprising and
interesting citizens. The 10-al Smear club
also loses its most enthusiastic member.
The well known firm r,f T^arson & Ja
celson general merchandise, las dissolv
ed piirtncrship, and Mr. Ja:ibn:i Is
starting in business for himself in the old
A committee from Lamb^'M, c'rn
po^ed of George J. Grimm, John Komg
and J. 11. Koft. has been here fi.r tl.e
past day or two looking over the city gag
lighting plant, and express^! themsei ••». .•
as more than well pleased with It. Ma
deli-i has an up-to-date iiarhtir...?- fcrd
heating system, and this plan is being
gererally adopted through>.it this >«c
The farmers are a little behind with
their spring work, owing to a ccarc;ty
of help, it being almost imposiiMe to get
a hired man.
| /forth Dakota
Maj. C. W. Buttz returned Thursday
from Washington, D. C, where he had
important business before congress.
Miss Ann White-, who has boen visiting
here, returned to Sheldon, N. D., Wednes
Alfred M. Kevello visited his brother
Conrad at Sheldon. N. D., Sunday.
Mrs. W. H. Lozier entertained a few
young people Saturday evening.
Miss Millie Davies. daughter of the
Rev. George H. Davies, who has been
visiting her parents since autumn, re
turns to England In May.
Miss Ruby Norton visited Mrs. H. R.
Turner, at Fargo, last week.
Miss Cora Johnson, of the Fargo col
lege, was the guest of Mrs. T. C. Patter
son last week. A party in her honor
Mrs. Hugh Doherty will spend the sum
mer with her sister, Mrs. McCarthy, in
Mesdames Brinkerhoff and Rawson
gave a tea Thursday. Cards wece-played.
Mrs. John Ryan .went to Minneapolis
Wednesday on a visit to her parents.
Mrs. H. S. Oliver attended a meeting
of the State Federation of Women's
clubs at Fargo last week.
Mrs. F. J. Duggan, of Grand Forks,
returned home Wednesday, after visiting
her sister hero, Mrs. Hugh Doherty.
Miss Ruby Norton went to visit her
former schoolmate. Daisy Holt, who had
been teaching at Park Lake, Minn. When
she got there Miss Holt was dead from
diphtheria. .Miss Holt's body was taken
to Minneapolis, where her mother lives.
Charles F. Merrick, representing the
state land department, was at Lisbon
Monday. He leased the school and other
state land at prices above those formerly
obtained. As high as $01 a year was hid
for a qaarler section of school land. The
fand a few years ago was used rent free.
Miss Lydia Gunderson, daughter of
Erick Gunderson. formerly a member of
the South Dakota legislature, was mar
ried Wednesday to Samuel Hanson, at St.
Olaf's church, near here, by the Rev.
J. H. Jahren.
Supper was served by the ladies of the
Catholic church Tuesday evening.
The local command v v. Knights Temp
lars, held a reunion Saturdayof last week.
Refreshments were served at the home
of Sir and Mrs. Williamson. The Lisbon
orchestra played and Mrs. Schouten sang.
Mrs. Medbery, whose husband was the
founder of Medbery, near Edgeley, who
has b€-en visiting her daughter, Mrs. A.
G. Patterson, the sweet singer of Lisbon,
for a long time, left for Atlanta, 111.,
Friday, on a visit to her parents. On
the way she visited her daughter Louise,
who is attending the university at Minne
The Rev. George H. Davies, of Wahpp
ton, held services In the Baptist church
Easter Sunday. He was assisted by the
Rev. Mr. Batchelor. The local command
ery of Knights Templars attended.
Miss Blanche Kinnr-y spent the week
with her parents In Fargo.
State Superintendent Devfne attended
a meeting of teachers and school officers
here Saturday. He spoke strongly in
favor of his proposed scheme for consol
idating the rural schools throughout the
R. A. Knapp, of Grand Forks, was in
Loving kindness toward two strangers
at Hankinson, N. D.. caused Henry Hen
drickson, a new settler on his way to
Alberta, Canada, the loss at his watch
and $500. Ilendrickson was taking a car
load of stock over the Soo line. He per
mitted the two men to ride in the car.
They bound and gagged him and left
the car with the booty at Sandoun, near
here. Hendrlckson is said to have been
i£u v/ithout a dollar to begin life anew
lhe authorities were communicated with
but the robbers will probably never be
Since spontaneous combustion In the
hayloft at the state soldiers' home set
rtnm a ?' aantlty of millet and did other
damage, there is talk of building a stone
barn In which to store fodder
Bishop Mann, of North Dakota, made
his. first official visit at Lisbon and held
services Sunday, assisted by the Rev
Duncan Monro, rector of Holy Trinity
church. Ho-preacher morning and even
ing to large congregations.
Saturday evening Bishop Mann was
given a cordial public reception at the
ho,f« of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Parker
SSS welt BSgjgggS&ii Refreshl
The week following the "Caster featlv-
Uie3 has been a decidedly busy one in
Fargo social circles. There were five
prominent dances, in adtlicl ,:i to nnmor
f,Jt i nte/ talnm'-nt3 which helped
to make the leaders of the smart set for
get the forty days of sackcloth and ashes"
Next week promises to be as full of
air l!: .- l .nir-nt as the pojt one and many
"itertstirg functions are planned.
Mrs. Maclean, of JMiaiieapGils is the
Risen of Mrs. Dewev Graham
Mr. Hurst entertained fhe Scuth S de
''„•;''■ git* for the t.lay last week..
The South Side Euchre club mot with
Mr. and Mrs- W. D. Sweet Tuesday even-
The Fargo College Glee club sing at
Crookston Tuesday evening
The engagement of Miss Mariar Tbdd
of Uinnipeg. and Frank A. McDonald of
Rer.ville, Is announced. The l.iii,- [ a vis
iting in Fargo. The groom, a former
residenT of this city, is editor of the
Gulden Sheaf, at Renville,
CoL and Mrs. W. B. Douglass gave a
dinner party Wednesday evening in hon
or of Mrs. Maclean, of Minneapolis
Dr. Sherman left last evening for Chi
Mrs. Harry S. Oliver, of Lisbon, is the
guest of Mr?. T. R. Sloan
Miss Maud Condrick has return to
F?rsus Falls, after a two weeks 1 visit
with Dr. and Mrs. Wear.
Miss Daphne Bosard, of Grand Perks,
is the guest of Miss Dagne Nelaon, of
Mrs. Frank Whitman, of Devils I ake
is the guest of her sister. Mrs George
E. Osgood. °
Mr. and Mr?. F. F. Grant have re
turned from a California trip.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Barnes are home
from their trip to the Pacific coast
The Bachelors and Benedicts will danco
The St. Mary's Cathedral choir repeated
its concert at the Cathedral this Lven
Mrs. Julia Davis and Miss Gonevieve
Easton entertained a party of ladies yes
The Coterie and the Century clubs both
gave-thcir last parties during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. j. Dfl-yer, of Medina
were in Fargo Filday.
Miss L. Holmes, of Grand Forks, is the
guest of Miss Caniff.
Editor Roberts, of Tower City, and
Editor Weatherhtad, of Kindred, were
here last night.
Capt. Wellman. of Frazee City, was in
Fafgd this week.
Chauncey Ingdon writes from Europe
that he will be at home about the middle
of the month. He had just finished do
Miss Edith Callahan. of Eau Claire,
Wis., is tho guest of Fargo frionds.
Banker Torgerson, of Mayville, was in
- Col. and Mrs. Morton are still in Chi
cago, but expect u> return In a few days
Mrs. John Gunn, of Mandan. is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Speer, after spending llfo
winter in Atlanta. --Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bruhn. who re
moved here some months ago from Mor
ris, Minn., have gone to Enderlin.
Col. and Mrs. Ball, who have been In
Florida for some time, are in Washing
ton en route home. " —
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Green have return
ed from Eugene, Or. They were on the
snow-bound Great Northern train on
which Prof. Cblegfbve attempted suicide,
and had some exciting experience forag
ing for food. l
Mr. ami Mrs. W. J. Evans have re
moved to Eowbells, where Mr. Evans is
interested in some coal mines.
Mrs. Meckstrqth, of Wahpeton. who is
to sing the leading contralto in the "Mes
siah" Wednesday and Thursday night?,
is here for the full rehearsals.
The Ab-hoc-et-ab-hoc club, an organi
zation of young iarii.s of- the city, have
planned several events for the spring
season. The first of these is a dinner
to be given to their gentlemen friends
The Fargo College Glee club pang at
the Congregational church Tuesday even
ing to an appreciative audience.
Mrs. a. A. MlHer gave a reception
Wednesday to the members of the Fargo
Glee club, at which a large number
The- Recreation club met with Mr. and
Mrs. G. H. Omsv.nl last w ■ .-k on Wed
nesday, Chief of Police Cremer demon
strated his ability to straighten things
about by winning the prize for sewing the
straightest row of buttons.
The chief event of the post-lenten sea
son will b? the ball and banquet given by
the Elks at the Hot'! Crookston tonight.
Eric U. ilagen has returned from a trip
to Washington and points In Virginia.
While away he visited with Mr. and Mrs.
George Purvis, who are spending the
winter on their plantation at Frederic ks
Mr. and Mrs. G. 11. Wall were host
and hostess to a number of friends Thurs
day evening. The evening was spent at
One; of the brilliant events of the post
lenten season will be the dancing party
to be given by Kfesdames Bucklen and
Mix at the new Odd Fellows' hall Wed
nesday evening:. . •
The young ladies of the Octavlo club,
all high school girls, met with Miss Ruth
SperdTey last Thursday evening.
The Buds and Beaux of the city were
delightfully entertained Wednesday even
ing by Miss Mamie Fournet. Dancing
was the feature of the evening.
Mrs. A. F. George and Miss Trma
George have returned from several days'
visit at Ada.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Campbell have
moved from Ada to this c-ity. and will
make Crookston tlu-ir permanent home.
Rev. Donald Mclntyre arrived in the
city last Friday, and yesterday delivered
his first sermon as pastor of the Presby
Loi Angelen' Feast of Flower*.
This beautiful spectacle will be held
May 1-8 during the Convention of the
Federation of Women's Clubs. For this
occasion the North-Western Line Is mak
ing special rate of $50.00 for the round
trip from the Twin Cities to Los An
geles and San Francisco. Tickets on sale
April 20-27, with 60 days' returning limit.
Call for pamphlet describing this famous
Flower Fete. 322 Nicollet Aye., Minne
apolis; 352 Robert St., St. Paul, or write
T. W. TeaadrJe, General Passenger
Agent, St. Paul.
Xc a Ride on Street Car*.
Call at Twin City Coupn n r\>. t 220 Off.
mania !Ltfe building. St. Paul.
CATALOGUE MAILED ON APPLICATION.
V, St. Paul.
Mrs S. J. "Wood Js the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. John Stanley.
V- I: - Morgan went to Deadwool Sat
J. A. David and B. V. Botkin. of pres-
Urn, Jowa, are spending a few \u> c kg
hero and taking the laths.
'-art. C P. Yon Hiuten, of the Firvf*
South Dc.kota, who distinguished hltnself
n? Liiiion, is here on <» visit
Mr. McLennon and tho Mlss« \ LcP-i^a
Love returned from DeadwooiT . LeaJ.
Mr. John White, of Ciiar.io.i, rrcut ecv
er.il days here last weex
Rev. J. I. Sanford, is vlaHlug In Omaha
Mrs. George Cress, who baa l-i-i-n nii
invalid for some time, is in a critical
Master Stewart Stanley, of Sioux Fall?
arrived last week for an extended stay
with his grandmother, Mrs. A S Stewart
Judge Granger, of lowa, left Tuesday
after spending the winter here.
C R. Cramer and family returned Fri
day from Columbus. Ohio - lcluruea x n
Charles H. Linn, of Denver, secretary
°J., th Grizzly Bear Mining company, and
Nile Ford spent a few days in town la<=t
Mlc'hSi T'itt!e and family are home from
Miss Carrie Fargo, who has been at
tend" S s °°l in 1". returned homo
- D. S Col has gone to Xorfilk, j?eb,
to reside. '
a Mrs. J. L Sanford ls v-slt!r -S in Mlnne
to Rapid < ay. 1"11^ rCtUrnCa Tuesday
Miss Werdna Kellar left Tuesday to -if
tend the grand opera in Chicago
nY™? el|hjng party given by the l a dieg
of SL Luke's guild last Friday night In
the opera house was a great success.
Each person was requested to pay H
cents for every pound they weighed
scales were on hand and the entire affair
was Sed Ol at V-10. DL"liCIOU3 "'"4^
Farm land ii
numerous in this t
a 1' V. (I.:
will be out for .-•• veral weeks
, ''. J■'■■ •" ' ls 'rri from Wau
kesha, \\ is., to make hia I h his
vi • le In i hia city.
J. W. Mitchell and Miss Polly i •
< atholic eh irch in this , ;.
i Thomas has arrived fro n
. . St.
•I' Jin a Mh
Mrs. D. Hai
I [arrit t, are \. i ting fric-nda I
Falls this \.
O. C. liars and family have returned
from a weeks visit at Redfleld and other
points in the eastern liart of the state
C. B. Billinghum, accompanied by lils
daughters, Missea Lida and Anne arc
visiting .relatives at Ashton thi3 week
The "Birthday Club" met with Mis
M. J. Schubert Monday aftewion la?t,
■>■>■< fifteen being entertained.
Miss Bella Dougherty has recently ar
rived from Mitchell for a visit with her
sister, Mrs. J. B. Sherman. .
M«sdames Eastman and Branch en
tertained about forty of their lady
friends at a pleasant luncheon Thurs
day afternoon. The entertainment be
ing hidden letters. Mrs. I,aughlin secur
ing a prize for proficiency. A delicious
four course luncheon was served. The
occasion was enlivcd by vocal r\nd in
The Woman's club met with Mrs. 8 G.
Dewell on Tuesday afternoon, the pro
gramme being in charge of the domestic
science department, the subject be ins
"Music." Two excellent papers weio
read and a number of instrumental solos
. Adoiph Kylius, the nine-year-old son
of Eugene Kylius, fill from a building
In the Northwestern Stock yards law
evening and was quite seriously injured,
having received a terrible gash on the
bead, and it is feared he is also Injured
Senator E. T. Sweet, of lint'!:
county, died very suddenly yesterday
morning at his home near Menno.
The Royal Neighbors held a very suc
cessful prize masquerade Easter Mon
The Ladies of the Eastern Stir gave a
card party and "Female Masonry" at
Masonic hall last Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Fred Donaldson returned last eve
ning from a visit with her daughter,
Mrs. Beck, of Sioux City.
L. Janousek, of the firm of Janou.sek
& Bruhn, photographers has returns •
from a business trip East.
Byert N. Bi udvig, of Habson, and MLss
Til lie Bratberg, of V'olin, we married
at Mission Hill last week.
John Magnus and Christina Estgaard,
both of this county, were man hero
Arthur Dean entertained a few of bia
boy friends on Easter Monday at an
"Egg- Hunt." A most enjoyable time 13
ported by the boys.
The high school boys have organized
a baseball club with Dan McCain as
captain. They expect to play their lirst
game at Veranillion April 12th with tho
high school boys there.
Father Kelly was able yesterday to no
for a .short drive.
California— Via tin- "Sanaliln»
If you contemplate a trip to California
this fait or winter consult the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry.
Beginning Tuesday, Oct. l. r,th, nnd ev
ery Tuesday thereafter during the sea
eon a high-class Pullman tourist sleep
ing car will leave St. Paul and Minne
apolis, running through to LO3 Angeles
without change—arriving Los Angeles
Saturday morning, four days.
The line is by the celebrated C, M. &
St P.. "Herdick Route," to Kansas
City, thence over tho A., T. & S. F. liy..
making the most popular and Interesting
rcute to the South Pacific Coast.
This service includes the "p»rsonally
conducted feature"' west of Missouri
River— a special conductor accompanies
each car, whose duty It 13 to carefully
look after the wants of each Individual
Write for the cheapest rat»s and for
copy of the "Sunshine" folder, contain
ing full particulars of this famous route.
J T. Conloy, Asst. Gen. Paas. Agent,
C. M. & St. P. Ry.. St Paul.
"I don't believe you could tell the dif
ference between a thrce-for-a-qunrler ci
gar and one that cost ?1," said the man
"Yes, I could," answered the matter-of
"By purchasing It myself."—Washing
* T,. ,
Good A<l vice.
"Tho man who stands in h'^ own rphl,"
cays the Manayunk Phllosouncr, "should
go away back and sit down."—Philadel