Newspaper Page Text
Boys' Sailor Blouse Suits, Norfolk Suits,
Vestee Suits, Single and Double Breasted
Two Piece Knee Pant Suits.
Materials are light weight Scotch Tweeds,
Oxford Cheviots, Blue Serges and Cheviots.
Formerly priced $3-50, $4,00 and $5-00.
Broken lines, of course, some sizes missing.
The boys who can be fitted will be lucky boys.
Nothing but all-wool and good making here.
C. E. HAbSON, Manager. SEVENTH AND ROBERT.
Furs and jackets have been consigned
to the furrier, blankets stoied in cedar
chests, while an odor of moth balls per
vades the atmosphere of the city home,
previous to departure for the summer
months. A great many people are al
ready established at the various lakes,
others are in the midst of active prepa
rations and will soon don the priceless
shirtwaist and bathing suit, and join the
lake company, while still others are sat
isfied in anticipation of a "day off" and
a picnic at Wildwood cr some portion of
beautiful White Bear lake. In the past
tow years this lake, situated midway be
tween St. Paul and Stillwater, accessible
by the street cars of the Twin City Rapid
Transit company and the St. Paul &
Duluth railroad, has increased in popu
larity until today it is bard to find a
. . — !
'■■■■■■■ : ■.■-."."'■" ..-..:■ A . . . \
r \ \/ •' \ '- \
■ . ji m I WWOteiM, j/>M<*»»'AMf]pMP^^^ -r: '■:■:■ ■•■:■■■■:■•■■■ ■.■•:-:«\.: ■■■ ■ .■:■:■:■■ ■
FAMILIAR LAKE SCENE, WHITE BEAR.
home for the summer unless you build it
White Bear is truly a lake of beautiful
homes, sailboats, yachts and delightful
people. Its clear waters, gently sloping
wooded shores, and the entire absent
of marsh or swamp lands adjoining, ren
der the situation at once pleasant and
salubrious It has a shore line of over
twenty miles, and an area of sixty-two
square miles. Beautiful parks surround
i? r ?, J lake- Prominent among these are
Wilnwood and Mahtomedi. Although last
season and this, Mahtomedi is quite a
village in itself, and promises this sea
son to have a population of 700 people
and would have many more were there
perpa ie. CS " h°telS tO accommodate the
Indian legends are very frequently
made to order by those who succeed
them, as owners of the soil. The one
connected with Mahtomedi is not without
interest to the resident, as well as th
reader. White Bear lake was so named
by the Dakota Indians, a tradition exist
nig among them that a grizzly bear once
made Its appearance on the island, with
winch one of their bravest hunters en
gaged m mortal cofliet. each slaying the
other. The Indians called this animal a
polar or white bear, and named an adja*
* ■ ';. Jjl^ ?T? * ?&!&&> ■ ■■■■ -ij-j. :■■:;'■■ \ .x -
iswg fl II $Ijffl?>W?m RP^^^P
gFvJaMftj^^^:^} I " Him Mr-*-wrffiri^'" ;sv' mnwiiiiii if iiffiiW^" ißWßFMWni^BniTh^illMß
HOTEL AT MAHTOMEDI,
cent locality "Mah-to-me-do or M'de
meaning Mahto. gray polar bear and
M de, lake. This is to be taken with a
nY^ fe h?rain of allowance, as it is not
probable a polar bear ever reached this
spot, and a visit from a grizzly is as im
probable It may be their spirits lu7k
in the unknown depths, and polar breezes
fry jSfdlaS the shore in the hot ' sul
, TuU,V^ ,I?* led wby a da at Mahto
moui, that it is a charming locality The
grounds known as 'Vamp Lincoln" have
been purchased by Stillwater capitalists.
Messrs. R. S. Davis, James Branson.and
George Sullivan are erecting on these
grounds summer homes which will be
completed in early June, and when tin
ished will have all modern conveniences
of the city home, with the addition or
one of the most sightly views upon the
Ihe grounds adjacent to this property
t.nvard MahtomeUi, has just been pur
chased by Eastern capitalists, who tn
ti ml to erect cottages and add desirable
improvements. Judge Nethaway and
family, of Stillwater.- are at present lo
in tents on these grounds. Mr
isetnaway has just shipped his new steam
launch to White Lear from Stillwater
and will possess one of the lintst launches
on the lake.
The Dampier cottages are all occupied.
Mrs. Zora Staples and son, Ned. and
her mother, Mrs. W. H. Hewitt, of St.
Paul, are to be- found for their fourth
season at Bay View cottage iOU™a
Mrs Josephine Deragish and family
are at Oak Dell cottage.
The- hotel at Mahtomedi will accommo
to'u.eiufrSt. and promises to be taxed
L. B. Taylor and family, of Stillwater,
PHOTOGRAPHS finished for Ama
teurs en a guarantee. W. W.
Stivers, 615 Ryan Annex Bldg.
are established in their cottage at Mah
tomedi. Mr. Taylor is making ?xtensive
improvements in his home this summer.
Dr. and Mrs. Jr.cobs. of St. Paul, are at
Mahtomedi for the season.
Messrs. A. L. Preston and R. R. Arm
strong, of St. Paul, have purchased a
new sailboat for pleasure at White Bear.
The Porch club has organized and re
sumed its meetings for the sumn:er. Thi3
is a card club, composed of some twenty
five representative won en, who meet
Monday afternoon thicugh the summer
for recreation and pleasure.
Rev. J. S. Kennedy, pastor of First
Presbyterian church. SI llwator, and Mrs.
Kennedy are at White Bear for the sum
The island is sprinkled with inhab
itants, while the homes soon to be occu
pied are in the hands of brooms and
The club house at Dellwcod will open
en Decoration day. The races are at
tracting much attention as planned for
At Wildwood the season will open dur
jng tne ccming week. A large force of
workmen has been employed during the
past month in remodeling the various
buildings. The place will be more popu
lar than ever this summer, as the public
has become satisfied that the present
management not only intend, but strictly
enforce such regulations as make it re
spectable and wholesome.
A largo number of picnics are already
promised. Regular parties will be given
the public each evening, and the high
teaoh*rs ,>f ,the Lincoln school,
da cv Picnicked at Wildwood Mon-
ST. AVPHOXY PARK.
q£h£ft& n .* hlber was given a surprise
Saturday afternoon by about thirty of
he: in ends in honor of her birthday
v!?. set 3 preseßted with a beautiful sE-
The young people- of the Park gave a
dancing party last evening in Churchill
Kryl^^^^^ Charles Pierce an<*
■nenry o Brien had charge of the affair
*Sh&i, HnMcD feSt° rnia' iS vis
v;Sg JMr2 £9!%& st- Cloud- i 9
h^e5 eSE^lf^ met F"d^>t the
£ is Heacker has returned from
PeJu Sot. A" Dahlberg has returned from
Ho! for San Francisco!
<z? ur£ h ,Tem Ple- Mystic Shrine, will leave
St. Paul 8:C0 p. m. June 2nd, via the
Minneapolis & St Louis railroad to at
tend the twenty-eighth annual meeting
Imperial Council, A. O. N M to bl
held at San Francisco June 10th 'to 14th
The Shrine Special will run via Denver'
Colorado Springs and Salt Lake City'
stopping one day at each place.
For full information call on F P
Rutherford. C. T. A., M. & St. L R R "
393 Robert street. . ' "
THE ST. PAUL GLOBS, SUNDAY, MAY 25, 1902.
St. Paal Social Circles
DOLLAR AND A DAISY.
A dollar over yonder, and a daisy in the
And my heart is for the daisy, but —I
need the dollar, too!
For the iron age will hold
Nothing -dearer than its gold—
A dollar is the bread o' life; a daisy's
kiss is cold!
A dollar over yonder, and a daisy in the
And my heart is for the daisy, but—the
dollar flames in view;
For the iron age will frown
On a daisy in love's crown,
And laugh when love goe3 sighing where
it tramples daisies down;
A dollar over yonder, where hunger lean
And the daisy of sweet singing will not
bring the famished bread!
O, the iron age is bold,
And a winter night is cold—
The starving lips must all be fed—the
lambs must find the fold!
* • *
Miss Mable Lanpher, of Summit ave
nue, will give a euchre party Tuesday
afternoon in honor of Mrs. Merrill, of
* * *
Mrs. Parks Ritchie will give a recep
tion Thursday afternoon from 4 till 6 at
the Aberdeen, in honor of Mrs. Harry
■»■ * »
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Remuler, of Auro
ra avenue, will give a progressive cinch
party Tuesday evening.
* * •
Mrs. Brady, of Conway street, will
• give a parcel shower for Miss Abble
Treacy, Saturday afternoon.
* • *
Miss Ktath, of Ashland avenue, will
entertain the Treacy-Dolenty bridal par
ty at dinner "Wednesday evening.
Invitations have been issued by Mrs.
M. Treacey, of East Third street, for
the marriage of her daughter, Miss Ab
bie L. Treacey, to Louis J. Dolenty. The
wedding will take place Wednesaay
afternoon, June 11, at St. Mary's Catho
lic church. Mr. and Mrs. Dolenty will
be at home after July 25 at 629 East
Invitations have been issued by Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Jay for the marriage
of their daughter, Miss Myra Jay, to
Lucien A. Ware. The wedding will take
place Tuesday evening, June 3. at the
home of the bride, on lglehart street,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ware will live in
Invitations have been issued by Mr.
and Mrs. J. McCannon, of Merriam
Park, for the marriage of their daugh
ter. Miss Nora McCannon. to M. J. Mul
ligan. The wedding will take place June
3. at St. Marks Catholic church, at Mer
Invitations have been issued by Mrs.
Mathias V. Steiger tor the marriage of
her daughter, Miss Nonie Marie Hill, to
Georgy Kampton Sheppard. nie wedding
will take place at the residence of the
bride's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. A.
Li. Larpenteur, 341 Dale street.
Mr. and Mrs. William Johnston Col'er,
620 Central Park, announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Ida Gertrude, to
Roland Longfellow Barry, the wedding
to occur in June.
Miss M. Reinhart, of Astalahd avenue,
will give a kitchen shower Tuesday after
noon in honor of Miss Hill, a June bride.
Sixteen young women will be entertained.
A surprise party was given Thursday
evening in honor of Miss Barbara Brett
ner at her home on Charles stre&t. Those
present were: The Misses Eugene Julien,
Gertrude Vander Linde. Catherine Long,
Ella Henninger, Maribell Long, Mary
Brettner and Anna and Winnie- Sheri
dan; Messrs. J. S'r.eridan. R. Henninger,
A. J. Brtttner, Theo and Peter Lorig, B.
S. Brokke and J. Seward. The evening
was spent in music, singing and dancing.
Refreshments were served. The hostess
was assisted by Mrs. Theodore Lori?
and Miss Anna Brettner.
About forty members of Home Ke
bekah Locige No. 116 surprised Mrs. KOiv
ley at her home on Sherburne avenue
last Wednesday evening, it being her
birthday. Mrs. Cosgrove presented her
with a handsome parlor rocker, accom
panied by the best wishes of every mem
ber of the lodge. Mrs. Rowley has' serv
ed as noble grand for two successive
—Sixty little ones from the Douglas
school kindergarten were the guests of
Mrs. A. E. Kolsbun at her home. Ohio
and Winona strr-ets, on the West, sile,
Tuesday afternoon. They were accom
panied by their teachers, Misses Williams
Mr. anu Mrs. A. H. Wales, Westminster
street, gave a phonograph party Friday
CLXBS AXD CHARITIES.
The Liberal Union of Minnesota Wom
en will meet Tuesday a.t All Souls'
church. Eighth street southeast, Minne
apolis, at 10:30 o'clock. Ali.s.6 Cbailolte
Clark, of St. Paul, .will read a short pa
per on "The New Reformatory at St.
Cloud,"' and a longer paper on "The
Bible in Literature. ' written by Mrs.
William C. Hodder. will be read by Mrs.
J. K. Hosmer. Mrs. Charles Ames, wife
of the noted Unitarian minister, of' Bos
ton, and mother of Charles W. Ames, of
St. Paul, is expected to address the meti
Instead of the tegular May meeting,
the members of the Jackson Drew Moth
ers' club gave a silver tea social. Mrs.
Binet acted as hostess and was assisted
by Mrs. Tostevin. Mrs. Kennedy. Mrs.
Black. Mrs. Shirley, Mrs. Crowthers.
Mrs. Slater, Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Mey
ers. The rooms were decorated with
palms, ferr:.= and cut flowers. Miss Ph-3
lan. principal of the teachers' training
fchcol. made an address. Misses Mac
Kelly and May Binet contributed mu
sical numbers, and Mrs. Shirley sang
About seventy-five womei attended.
At a meeting of the board of managers
of the- Minnesota Church Home for Aged
Women the following trustees were elect
ed: Dr. John Wright, Dr. C. D. An
drews, Rev. C. Herbert Shutt. Rev. F. T.
Webb. J. W. Sleepy, T&omas Chambers
and Rf:v. Theodore Sedgwick. The offl- '
cers fleeted were: President, Dr. John '
Wright; vice president. Dr. C. D. An
drews: secretary. Rev. C. Herbert Shutt;
treasurer, Mrs. V. J. Hawkins. The
trustees re-elected the same board of
The Night Hawks were entertained
Tuesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Aus- i
tin, of Carroll street. Prize recipients
were: Mrs. W. L. Miller, Mrs. Frank Sut
ton, Mrs. H. Gruber and Mrs. Batea, Mr
Bertie Sutton, Mr. H. Gruber, Mr. Gilt
zan and Mr. G. Seixas. Mrs. P. J. Bei
ber, of West Third street, will be the
On Thursday, May 29, and on Monday
June 2, from 9 o'clock to 3:30 o'clock, the
teachers of Stbley school will exhibit
the childien's regular school work, and
also the industrial work for the year.
All who are interested will be welcomed
by the teachers and pupils.
Mrs. J. C. MeCall will entertain in
formally tomorrow afterncon at her horre
on Ashland avenue, in honor of Mrs.
Sarah B. Cheney, of Appleton, Minn.,
grand chief of the Rathbone Sisters. The
guests will be limited to the members of
Mrytle temple, R. S., No. 2.
North Star camp, M. W. A., and Star
light camp, R. N. A., will give a dance
Friday evening at Central hall. The
committee in charge includes Charles
Rock, J. Odell, Thomas Cashmore, Alice
Berggren, Mary Eisman and Addle Gale.
The recently organized Dramatic club
of the St. Paul's Universalist church will
give two short plays Monday evening,
June 2, at Seminary hall, Ashland ave
nue ad Mackubin street. Mies Jessie
Lamb is president of the club.
The Young Ladies' League of Lutheran
Memorial Church wil! meet with Miss
Molander, of Westminster street, Tuesday
evening. The league will give a straw
berry social June 17 at the home of Hiss
Clouse, 301 Williams street.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Avery, of Ash
land avenue, entertained the Octavia club
Wednesday evening. Progressive cinch
was played, prizes being won by Mrs
Moosbrugger, Mrs. Cameron and Mess s.
Eggvrt and Moosbrugger.
Independent Lodge No. 112 will give a
■■■•"'■- '. -"..-- ... '-'■■--.- ■• *-.-r;---% ■ '••■.■•• -,-'■ ■.■-/■"
dancing party Tuesday-.evening- in I. O. :
O. F. hall. The.comfnittefe in charge of
the arrangements Jnclupes "Mesdamea
Stover, Lowe, Butler.^Schrpeder and Bew
ers. ~. : / :--:■:■;—' J Zi - •- :■' ■-'.'-T*''"i
The Sacred " Thirst - Total i Abstinence
society will meet . thife afternoon at Cre
tin hall. Election of delegates to state
convention to be. held sin MinneatJolls
June 26-27 will •be held. ' . \ ■ J- '--'
i St. Anthony Lodge No;. 56, A. O. U.
W., will attend the paradQ on Decoration
day in Minneapolis, • all 'lodges of• the
order meeting at -No. 7"; Seventh street
south at 1:30 p.:m,' Jj -- ; : y .-Vr-
. Mrs. i A.; D. Brown, of Lincoln avenue,
will entertain the : members' of the 'house-
held economics* committee of the Dames
of the Round Table"*^rhursday. afternoon
at a luncheon. • - ,: --
The Ladies' r Aid Society of St. Clem
ent's Church will hold an all-day meet
ing in y the Guild house Thursday, in
stead of Friday, as is the custom. _>
An all-day meeting of the Congregation
al Missionary union will be held Tuesday
in the Atlantic Congregational church.
The meeting will open at 11 o'clock. -. '.
The Twentieth Century History club will
hold its annual meeting Friday at the
home of Mrs. Norval Marchand, of St.
Members of the Choral Association of
the Central Presbyterian Church will give
a social Friday evening in the parlors of
the church. / .
A May dancing party will be given
Thursday evening at Central hall annex
by Court Evergreen No. 19, Foresters of
The Ladies' Aid Society of the First
Presbyterian Church will give a supper
Tuesday evening in the parlors of th«
The Men's Club of St. Peter's Episcopal
Church will meet Tuesday evening at
the home of W. G. McMurchie, Bedford
stteet. '. v 'T- "'
Mrs. Edwin Trie, of Summit avenue,
will entertain the members of the Ham
ilton Whist club Thursday afternoon.
Division No. 1, L. A. A. O. H., will
give a card party and dance at Central
hall annex, tomorrow evening.
Mrs. Robert Shroer, of Iglehart street,'
will entertain the .Neighborhood club
Thursday afternoon at.euchre. '
A prize social will be given Wednesday
evening in Cemtral hall for the benefit of
St. Joseph's new church. "
Mrs. J. W. Ryan, if 'Isabel' street, will -
entertain the ladies' study class Friday
afternoon."- --^ '..■■'-■ v» .>? . ;.; -: ,, k "^_ i. ".
The Waitresses alliance will give a
dancing party Friday evening at Federa
tion hall. •"- .
Mrs Wessel will entertain the members
of the Prompt Euchre club Tuesday even
ing. > -' . ■ ' . ;■
Mrs. P. C. Justus has issued invitations
for a card party Friday.at her home on
East Eleventh street. \ 9 . .
Mrs. Thomas Smith and son, of Han
cock, Mich., are visiting Mrs. Smith
parents, Mr. and Mrs., A. 'L. Larpenter,
for the summer. ,
Mr. and Mrs. James Keough, of Du
luth, are visiting Mrs. Patrick Keou^h,
of Montreal avenue.
Mrs. Benjamin Jeffs and Miss Nettie
Jeffs, of Rock Island, will be the guests
next week of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maas,
of Lincoln avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Larson, the guests of
Mrs. 1 Fred Christianson, have returned to
Spokane, Wash. ... jar •.--;•.-
E. Bantle and family, of 598 Robert
street, • have changed their , residence to
388 . Como avenue. . ■-'■, __*
■ Mrs. Charles Ames, of Boston, is the
guest of her son, ; Charles W. Ames, of
Grand avenue. . / , .^ _ ,*.
Miss Dougherty, Marshall avenue, has
gone to Springfield, Mass., to spend the
summer. - : ■•-t--.^ j •»■,- ...-.:...
Miss Laura O'Leary. of-Eau Claire, is
visiting Mrs. John McGuire, Fuller street.
j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones, 4 St. Anthony
avenue, have gone to Eau Claire, Wis.
- Mrs. George E. S,chwabel, and daugh
ter have gone East, for the summer. .•
Miss McFadden, .West Superior, is vis
iting Miss Cannon, Iglehart street. "
Miss Granger, of Brainerd, is the guest
of Miss McCarthy, Selby avenue. :._.,-.
A. Sundkvist, Holly avenue, is spending
two weeks at West Baden, Ind. ;
Miss Ella Rakness. of Anoka,. is the
guest of Mrs. G. Anderson. ,".-v ; ?
Miss Inga Larson, Burr street, has
to River Falls, Wis. •.-; ;. ; ■.-.„,:-?^ ;
Mr. H. S. Manchester, buyer for tire,
cloak and suit department,: of Mann
heimer Bros., has just returned from a
very successful Eastern trip, bring the
latest creations in summer wear.
' The Humifcoldt high school will hold its
commencement exercises Friday evening,
June 13, at the ..ClintoiViiavenue M. E.
church, Isabel street and -Clinton avenue.
.Fay Newton and Nellie Fales -will 03".
valedictorian and salutatorian, -resyec- [
lively. -The successful l ( candidates Tor I
parts are Georgia Boc-ringer, Anna i Hur
ley, May Murphy, Ross Willis, Inez Dale,
Kennent Peabody, Lillian, Sohaeffer and
Helen Hubbard. ; t| :c; y ~ -.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the English
Lutheran Church held a bazaar and so
cial Wednesday afterjioon 1 and evening of
the past week. The event took place at
Workman hall," Greenwood avenue, ami
was successful and satisfactory in every
way. . '..■;•"■:'.._. .& J(f T
Mrs. Thomas, of E/tst Congress- street,
entertained the Leisure FHour club at
progressive euoiire Monday afternoon.-
Prizes were won by Mesdames Rodecker,-
Hutchins and. McCarthy. Mrs. Smith rvill
entertain next.; . .' >§\ '.;:'" .;>:.;■...:
; The Congenial Sixteen Hiet Wednesday
afternoon with Mrs. Tenvocrde, of ind
well street. The prizes were won by Ms.
W. J. Doran, Mrs. F. Shepley, Mrs.
Ahem. Mrs. J. King will be the next
hostess. - ..; ; ' ". - ■ -- . . ~
- Last Tuesday evening Frank ~ Mat
schenyse and Miss Christina Drexel- were
married at the bride's home on East Ho
bie street. Miss. May Kraus attended
the bride. N. Drexel acted as best man. 0
The Ladies' Aid Society of the- Clinton
Avenue M. E. Church met Thursday aft- I
ernoon with Mrs. G. M. Phipps, of West
Delos street. They will hold "a rummage
sale in the near future. ■•','.-^r» , r ./-.
West Side- Lodge No. 15, Degree " of :
Honor, has arrangements to hold an i
ice cream social ' Friday evening of this ]
week at the corner of -Congress : and j
South Wabasha streets.
Miss Eleanor Genshaw, of St. Albans '
street, will entertain the young peot>le of |
the Bethany Congregational church "at an j
informal business and social session Tues- '
day evening, June 3. . .. ..-..:-
The Autochthons will- meet tomorrow
evening with Miss Minnie Day, of East
Winifred street. The club will picnic en
Decoration- day. ■_ ./..
Mrs. Charles Wingate, of West Delos
street, who has been visiting friends and |
relatives in lowa for several weeks has j
returned home. -
The Ladies', Guild of Ascension Church
will hold a musicale Tuesday evening at
the home of Judge and Mrs. O. B. Lewis
Hall, avenue.' -.:-. . ■ . - :\ : ■■;"-:..■--.. _— ■
I Mr.. and \ Mrs. H. - Larson, of Spokane
Wash., the recent guests of Mr. and Mrs' [
Fred Christenson,. of Brown avenue Have
returned. ; ... " -;.,..
Mrs. T. W. Herrick and daughters,
Viola and Zelia, are visiting at the home
of Mrs. Herriok's father at " Chaplin
Minn. c- - : ,-.,.-... -._..- ...
Mrs. F. E. Irish and children, of East
Congress street, were visiting friends and
relatives at Belle Plauae, Minn, last
week. ■- -I "
Mrs. F. Carrigan, who 'has been in
Butte, \ Mont.-,! for several years, has ie
turned and will again reside on the West
side. - ' /;■.■;. ■ - .-,:xn-: -i -v --_;, . '.■ • .
•< Mrs. McCardle. of Oakdale avenue, will
leave next month for a visit of several
months at her old home in England. .
Twentieth Century - lodge, I. O. G. T ,
Parisian Pansy Plants
For Prudent Planters
25c per dozen,
L. L. hi AY & CO., 64 E. 6th St.
gave an entertainment Thursday evening
at Workman hall, Greenwood aveaue.
Mrs. Schreckenstein, of South Robert
?tl e&. Wll, l entertain the Kings' Daugh
ter Thursday evening of this week.
Mrs. Edward Thiem, of East Isabel
street, entertained the ladies of Ascen
sion church Tuesday aiternoon.
Mrs. William Tenvoorde, of Bid^U
street, entertained the Neighborhood
Euchre club Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Hilger, of Robie street,
have returned from a three months' trip
through the Western states.
Mrs. Charles Van Arsdale, of New Jer
sey, is visiting her son, Mr. G. E. Van
Arsdale, of Wabasha street.
The Kings' Daughters met Tuesday
evening at the home of Miss Theresa Bit
trick, of Stryker avenue.
Mrs. E. J. Rogers, of Detroit Mich.,
who has been the guest of her sons, has
returned to her home.
Mrs. Dwight Watson, cf Hall avenue,
entertained for her daughter Edith Men
J. Fitz, of Washington, N. J., 13
the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. Wil
Mrs. G. O. Bean, of East Winifred
street, has returned from Sault Ste.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Robbins. of West
Robie street, have returned from Chi
Miss Theresa Cowley, of East Congress
street, was in Chicago during last week.
Miss Bertha Rakne&s, of Dunedin ter
race, is visiting at Avoca, Minn.
Mrs. Frank B. Doran entertained at
luncheon Friday afternoon.
Mrs George Brink, of the Clinton, has
returned from Chicago.
th?<Tt *^ be an all -day meeting: of
the State Pentecostal association Tues
day at the Bates Avenue M. E. church
The following speakers will address the
meeting: In the morning, Rev L A
W.'lsey, of Trinity churcn, Minneapolis:
in the afternoon. Bishop Joyce, and in
the evening, Presiding Elder Peter Clare,
! of the Mankato district.
I The Ladies' Tuesday Afternoon Card
club met with Mrs. C. E. Lowe., The
I Drizf- recipients were: Mrs. E. H. Mil
< ler, Mrs. W. W. Holeomb and Mrs. Lowe.
Mrs. John F. Lawrence, of Ea&t Sevtncn
street, will be the next hostess.
The Octavia Cinch club was entertained
Tuesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Avery. The prizes were awarded to
Mrs. Albert Moosbrugger, Mrs. - A. C.
Cameron. Mrs. A. L. E^'gert and Mr. Al
Mrs. C. Herbert Sohutte, of East
Fourth street, gave a children's party
Wednesday afternoon, for the birthday
anniversaries C? her twin slaughters,
Muriel and Kathleen.
The Missionary Society of the Atlantic
Congregational church will entertain the '
Missionary societies of the Congregatinal
churches of the city at an ail-day union
I meeting Tuesday. -
The Dayton's Bluff History class will
hold ttfe first of its summer meetings
at Lake Como, Monday, June 2. During
the summer the class will study cur
rent topics. _■■
The Wimodausis Card club was enter
tained Wednesday afternoon by. Mrs.
Frank Peterson, ,of the Binder.' Mrs.
Wiggin, Mrs. Ahem and Mrs. Allen won
William Clark, of St. Cloud, who re
cently returned from an Eastern trip,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
McCleary, of East Fourth street.
There will be election of officers Thurs
day evening at the meeting of the Ep
wortH League Society or the Dayton's
Bluff German M. E. church.
Mrs. William Brink, of Bates avenue,
had as guests last week her sister. Miss
Nina Cox, and* Miss Mabel Miller of
Mrs. Augusta Schmitt and Mrs. Marie
Muench, of East Fifth street, entertain
ed last Friday afternoon in honor of
,- The Ladies' Aid Society of the Bates
Avenue M. E. church met Friday after
noon with Miss Maud Rasmusson, of
Rev. George Makeley, of the Atlantic
Congregational cnurch, attended the Ano
ka church conference, at Anoka, last
week. ■.. .
Mrs. Ernest Boxer, of Conway street,
entertained at cards Thursday evening
for her guest, Mrs. M. Tjxer, of Winni
peg. ' -:•' ■-, ;:-•■- ;.'
A. Mac Murchy, of Bedfard street,
will entertain the Men's Club of St.
Peter's Episcopal church, Tuesday even
£ Rev. A. L. Koenlke, of the Dayton's
Bluff German M. E. church, is attending
the district meeting, at Jordan, Minn. I
Rev. Henry Haserodt, of the English
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, spent
part of the week at Benton, Minn.
Mrs. C. M. Hillebrand, of Webster, S.
D., who visited her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth
Miller, of Hope street, has returned.
The junior class of the Cleveland high
school will present their play, "The Mer
ry Cobbler," Friday evening.
Mrs. E. Fabian, of East Third street
is entertaining Mrs. A. V. Fabian and
family, of Montreal. Can.
. The Men's club, of St. Peter's Episco
pal church, will give a river excursion
Tuesday evening, June 17.
Mrs. G. Davis, of East Sixth street,
will entertain the Social Sixteen Card
club, Tuesday afternoon.
The Ladies' Thimble Bee club met Fri
day afternoon with Mrs. Edwin G
Spindler, of the Binder.
The Thursday Afternoon Card club was
entertained by Mrs. C. D. Andrews, of
I the Euclid-View.v ■ ■> - =
| . Mrs.: Katherine Gray, of the Marlowe
has returned from a visit with her moth
! er, in lowa. :
Miss Phoebe Smith, of Bates avenue,
will entertain the Sumus Card club Sat
urday ; evening.
' Mrs. : P. , Rotter will be hostess for The
Sorosis Embroidery club Tuesdy after
noon. ; _
.A surprise was given Friday evening
for, Gdfred Robinson, of Minnehaha
Arthur Par.nel, of Fremont street, gave
a dancing party Friday evening.
EAST ST. PAUL.
~ The ladies of the Arlington Hills Pres
byterian church gave a shredded wheat
ainner in the parlors of the church Tiiurs
day evening, after which a literary and
musical programme was given by Miss
Waddingham, Miss Ernst, Miss E. Spetz
man, Mrs. O. A. Bingess, Messrs. W. L
Borden, De Witt Ditmar, E. Constantine
H Gloeckk'r.:C. Hoff. L. Eddy, Miss c'
Welch and M. Slolwerk, accompanists.
The Young People's Society of the First
Swedish Lutheran Church gave a debate
-Wednesday evening in the parlors of the
church on "Resolved, - That Women
Should Vote." Miss Hankinson, Hannah
Bodia and Lillie Anderson were for the
affirmative; August Johnson, Lawrence
Elmquist ; and Ed Bjorklang Supported
the negative.; Vocal solos were given by
Mr.Braridelle and. Charles Enquist.
The E. O. S. Social club will be enter
tained next Tuesday evening by Carl An
derson at the home of Mr. and "Mrs Grif
fith Jones,. en Sims street.
X The-Young People's Society of the Ash
bury. M. E. church was entertained Fri
day evening at the home of Fred Erbst
en Beech street. :£>•.'
+ Mrs. Steams, of Cortland street, en
tertained the Ladies Aid Society of th*>
Pacific Congregational Church last Thursl
cay afternoon. . ;..-.. ...
- t ? ev« T- Sykes. of Cloquet, and Mr.
John Roper, of Portland, Or., were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. George Elder part of the
week. ■ . - ._.._-..
m The Willing Workers of the Swedish
Tabernacle was entertained Monday aft
ernoon at the home of Miss Hulda Pear
son. -_--: . l.i :r c. i~ ;..;;:
- Miss ; a Anna - Longcnberg, :of Reaney
street, entertained friends Thursday aft
ernoon in honor of her 'birthday.
; Miss Lindsey, of Fargo, was a guest of
Mrs. Thomas Cameron, of Fauquier
street,; the first of the week.
'" Mrs. O. A. Burgess, of Case street is
entertaining her sister? Mrs. J. A. Wil
son, of Mauston, Wis.
Miss Laura Hewitt, of Warren, is a
guest of Mrs. Thomas - Robinson of
Mount Ida. street.
" Mrs. Maclevits, of York street, will en
tertain the: Loyal Blue club next Thurs
day afternoon: •".
: Mrs. G. A. - Bindee, - of East Seventh
street, entertained at dinner Monday for
Mrs. F. Putman, of Reaney street, en
tertained during the week Mrs. F. Shaw
of Fargo, N. p.: - _; . . --,-.. ..
7 Mrs. Joseph Daiker, of Perham. is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Carrie Ditmar, of
Case street. : :; ■
: Gifford Robinson, of Birch street, gave
a party Friday evening for a number of
his 'friends. -~;_;:■-'•'--..-.'.
-1 Mrs. Brandt, of Murdock. has been vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. J. Levine, of Sims
•street. ;•- '■■>;' .' ,? ,-.:.., -; " 'z: '■' -'. ;■",
-: Mrs. P. Haselblade. of Duluth, has been
.'::::: ;::ii::: illliiliiiillii :s ;:;! ''* :;:;: j*: *:: s:;: ::::.•
•••••••••••••••••••••••••••SSSi •*• • ••••••••••••:::
•••••• /tofc/Wswr^ _^^ ••••••
•*>"•« '^^JBL^Mk mff wiMtS^ ©4*.'.
•••••* # "^B m/ 0 4&0 //"^ •••••
"****^ E*»_rtvH ffDnetfi u/fTfokmAf *!i.-5».
•••••© 4^^ V&OSCI &fKArijgiUn *»e<»..
■■"•••© W*i&r^ ■• \&Jr \\z3\ *"•••
■••••# .^^fl •*•»•
••••*© - -"' hSr •&•>•
•*•••• Big Cut-Price Sale of ©•**!
•••••© / >i'%'v'>*vr'' s'%'%'iN'>i''si' iY v-'>''N'N^ ©*•!!
•••9*9 jSuits and Petticoats < •••••
;!::§ [Suits and Petticoats :••::;
•••*•• V rE Will Positively, sell ' oat our enlire line of elegant •••••
—••• tT Suits at „,rr» . •••••
•••••• • — —-— — naif-Price •••••
•:::;s Our $75-°°Suits will for • $37.50 22:::
...••©--■ : Our $50.00 Suits will go for $25 ■ *••••
:::::S Our $40.00 suits will for $20.00 It:::
•••••0 Our $35.00 Suits will go for $ 17.5Q ••*••
::::;§ ouTs2s.oosuuswiHgo f Or ..$12.50 till:
'lilt « ■ A Sam Ple line of Swell Silk Petticoats we will close out at Half- *•*!!
..••el P«ce. with the suits. £•*..
"I!! 2v- Thi! Wi!l give our customers a grand opportunity of securing ths %V..
.Ml% blSS? st bargain of the season, if taken advantage of before Tuesday 111..
—••0 evening. . " J ©••••
"Ml* . ET CX ytinvin, Lades' Swell Suits, Coats, Waists S=oarat3 Skirts, 22"!
...HZ etc- at St; Paul 3 fading fashion store. Call and see us. Hill
•••••0 Best fur storage in the Twin Cities ©••..
•••••© - O»*«>
••••© josh. ' m ' ••••••••••«— eos=.
1 Z. Shannon 5 Co. i
•••••• _ •••..
:::::• 45 East Sixth st., st. p a ui. is:::
:rf?rf ?f |f ?f f r||r ?? ||| ? rrrffff fflfffffffffffffffffffflli
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. Lange. of Burr
Mrs. W. S, Elwood. of Elba, has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. J. Donaldson.
Mrs. E. J. Quinn, of Bedford street
spent part of the week in Owatonna
Mrs. Morris, of Case street, is enter
taining friends from Massachusetts.
_ Miss Nellie McCauley, o f Credit River
is visiting East St. Paul friends.
Mr and Mrs. diaries Knauff have gone
to North Dakota.
Mrs. H. W. Hely, of Burr street, is in
Oh1 rS' WS" McCaulev has returned from
Mrs. Sykes hag gone to Port Arthur.
Mrs. George Williams Is in Duluth.
The Cosmopolitan club held its annual
meeting last Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. D. F. Brooks. The follow
ing officers were elected: President, Mrs.
A. Henderson; vice president, Mrs. D F.
Brooks; secretary, Mrs. O. P. Shepardson
treasurer, Mrs. M. S. Le Shuer.
The' Misses Stoughton, of lglehait Etre*t
entertained the members of the Young
Ladies' Card club and their gentlemen
friends last Thursday evening.
Julius Stongaard and Victor Ingeman,
with their families, have gone to Lake
Josephine, where they will spend the sum
The Ladies' Aid Society of Christ Con
gregational Church met Friday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. M. S. Le Shuer.
Mrs. Albert S. Nash, of Iglehart street,
entertained last Thursday in honor of
Miss Helen Ostrom, of Faribault.
Mrs. I. G. Andrews entertained the
Twentieth Century club last Friday after
noon at her home on Carroll street.
Mrs. T. F. Hastings and little daughter
Cherrall left during the week for an ox
tended visit through the South.
Miss Caroline Austin entertained Friday
evening in honor of Mrs. Helen Baker,
who left Saturday for California.
The Daughters of the King met Mon
day evening at the home of Mra. D. 11.
Eastman, of Milwaukee avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Fiournoy, of Prior
avenue, entertained informally at card.j
last Wednesday evening.
Allen Benharn. the guest of his parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Benham, has re
turned to St. James.
A. Stuart and family, of Rondo street,
have gone to Bald Eagle lake, where they
will spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Benham entertain-d
on Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Rog
ers, of St. Peter.
Mrs. H. L. Baker left the first of the
week for California, where she will make
Mrs. O. F. Burlingame, guest of Mrs.
F. W. Richardson, has returned to Wi
Mrs. J. M. Stoughton is entertaining her
sister, Mrs. J. H. Goodrich, of Delevan,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cook, of Prior ave
nue, have been visiting in Shvboygan,
"-Mr. Harry Smead. of Duluth, was the
guest of park friends during the week.
Mrs. O. E. Wood, of Iglehart street, has
returned from Mount Clemens, Mi<-ii.
Miss Pauline Kcerner has gone to North
Yernon, Ind., to spend the summer.
Harlow Brown, of Dover, was the
guest of G. H. Gearey .Thursday.
Mrs. Adams, the guest of Mrs. B. Jacobs
son, has gone to West Superior.
Mrs. Crawmere, of Beardsley was the
guest of Mrs. J. C. Craig Friday.
Miss Edith Weed will spend the sum
mer at Mahtomedi.
Capt. H. G. Coykendall left last W< ■ k
Mrs. William Jones spent Wednesday
in Lake City.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Logue are visiting:
Mrs. S. G. Cobb will leave tonight for
Dr. F. L. Beckley left Tuesday for Lak*
The Mothers' club held an evening rr.e_t
ing on Tuesday, to which the 'gentleman
wore invited. Miss Phelan. of St. Paul,
spoke on "Industrial Training in the
School Room." Miss Leonora Koch ren
dered musical selections.
The seventh room of Hancock scho->l,
Miss Sarah Putnam, teacher of that
room, and Prof. Louge, of the Central
high school, went to Fort Snelling on
Wednesday afternoon for nature study.
The Epworth league will entertain the
congregation of the M. E. church on Sun
day evening with a memorial programme.
Miss Blanche Stevens has returr.eJ m.m
The Laidies Aid Society of the Presby
terian Church held an all-day meair:g
at the home of Mrs. J. E. Rounds en
Miss Pearl Heal entertained the senior
class and the faculty of Hamlir.e univ-.-r.
siry ai hsr home Thursday evening.
Miss Margie Foltz entertained the
BOHH SIPHONENAMEL LINED REFRIGERATORS
Are ideal from an economical _iifl£''l'''"lll »i
and sanitary standpoint at
prices trifling for the advan- SBIIEBWrta llisN^'TOiiiP^li
tages conferred upon the ice ,_,_,_, Hii^^ I-'
users. ISiaGtRSKS H^jW SFTT f| jfp
Over 4.0D0 Family Re- ' r^ilCL.
fri^erators In U3O in /wtU^^Si
St.'Paul and RipJs. ' Ml '*
After careful test this Refriger- ' i/ujpil S? S3
ator has been adopted by the I/iMll I : fc»Tf^^ /*
Pullman Car Co.; N. P.; G. N.: /w/1 I 1 6S»^S^!&
C, St. P., M. & O.; Wisconsin ffMl* I X L"*^^^^^^^^
Central; Soo Line; Pennsylvania SMliL_~tr^^^^^^*^ 222^^
Ry.;C.,B.&Q.and many others. =— JSStti
WHITE ENAMEL REFRIGERATOR 00.
■——:;—^-403 JAKSON STREET - '
Athenean and Browning societies of llarn
line at her home Friday evening.
The Lyric club entertained at a mas
ciuerade party Friday evening at the
home or Miss Vera Pritz.
The Phi Alpha and Alpha Phi societies
of Hamline university picnicked at Como
park on Friday.
Mrs. H. H. Wassem and Miss Lily
Wassem spent part of the week wiui
Mrs. W. H. Bromwell. of Fairing! is
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. L. \
Whlttier. * "
--Mrs. E. A. Luckey is entertaining her
daughter. Mrs. R. A. Tuckey, of Ari
i Paul Paulson and Miss Paulson will
leave th week for a trip through tne
Mrs. M. Matthews is entertaining her
mother, Mrs. Rutherford, of St. James.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Schaettgen have re
turned from a trip through Montana
• Mr and Mrs. J. S. Mills are entertain
ing Mr. Robert Mills, of lowa.
Misses Cora and Edith Montgomery
have returned from California.
Miss Harriet Lindahl is entertaining her
sister from Wiime-bago City.
«nM/^ Eva Haldeman will return from
Spring Valley this week.
William Gillis is spending a few days
Mrs. Helen M. EVanS haS retUrned
C. A. Fleming has gone to Idaho « r
an <.x tended trip
Olivia F" E' Cle has returned from
Mrs. A, Hoover has returned from Cali
Miss Cecilo Cote has returned from
\j 11 v i&*
ST. PALL PARK.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the First M
E. church met Thursday with Mrs Will
ortWr aramy for the annual election of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Searles, of Kansas
City, and Mrs. Delia Knight, of Nebraska,
have been visiting Mrs. J. \v Bauter
Mrs. W. J. O-Brian will leave in a few
days for New Richmond Wis., where
she will make her future home.
Mrs. Gates A. Johnson and Mrs. Walter
Black were guesta Thursday of iin
Charles T. McKown.
J. H. Laramy and family, of St. Paul
have taken the house formerly occupied
by Mr. Meilicke.
The Bible class of the Presbyterian
mi« ™ met ast Tu«sday evening with
Mrs Egbert C. Shlbley, of St Paul
was the d! CSt of Mrs. J. \V. B-'tCS f
Mrs Mary Finney, of New York, will
spend the summer with her brother, Mr.
John \\ llloughby.
Miss Ebba Anderson, of Minneapolis
was the guest Sunday of Miss alary
Mr and Mrs. George Fitzgerald, of
Mankato spent Sunuay with Mrs. Maggie
Mr. and Mrs. Yatcs and son, of St Paul
day guests of Mrs. J. w. Teickey Sun
it. Mrs. John Crippen. of OrtonviUe, Mnn
is the guest of her brother- Alr- Lev!
Miss Cordelia Wilkinson of Newport
spent Tuesday with Miss Addie Kendall
,Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKown and
Mrs. Teannyon are visiting in Westfield.
Miss Minnie Spencer, of St. Paul wua
the guest 01 Miss. Halcyon McKown
Mrs. Adolf Anderson, of Minneapdis,
spent Thursday with Mrs. De Cou
M B. Cole, of Detroit, Mich, strut
Sunday vkZTa Mr. an4~Mrs. Sperr;
Mrs. John Cram is visiting at Mrs.
George Holt's, at Afton, Minn.
Miss Esther Cole, of Belle Plain ia
visiting her uncle, John Laramy.
Mrs. Zuelle, of Newport, spent Wednes
day with Park friends.
Mr. Meillicke will leave soon for Wash
Mrs. Hummel is visiting in Jordan,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carling, of Flan
drau avenue, entertained Mr and Mrs
J. F. Cullen and family, of Sherb'.rni
avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lyon
of Aurora avenue, Sunday.
Mrs. Barnes and Miss Barnes, of Kiver
Falls, Wi3., spent the past week with
Mrs.- T. A. Fitzgerald, of Stillwater a\\.
Mrs. Loughry, of Blainville, Pa.. ;.-)
spending the summer vith her daughter
Mrs. A. L. McDowell, of Still* ave
Mrs. H. K. Harrison of this city, went
Sunday with her mot; Mrs. John U'ui
ther Hr. of Still water avenue
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Sander, of■ this city
spent Wednesday with Mrs. E S FerroV
of Stillwater avenue. "..-,.
Mrs R. Gessert, of Harvester avenue
Eureka. hi rD. Ster ' MrS - U - J- Kock ' S