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RESCUED ON WftY TO GRfIVE;
RESTORES WOMftN TO LIFE.
DOES HE POSSESS DIVINE POWER?
Woman Threatened With Burial Is Revived by This
Man's Mysterious Mastery Over Disease.
MOST PHENOMENAL MIRACLE OF THE AGE.
Without the Use of Drastic Drugs, Medicines or the Sur
geon's Knife He Defeats Death and Restores Life
and Health to Suffering Mankind.
COMPLETELY UPSETS MODERN MEDICAL PRACTICE.
Gives Services to Rich and Poor Alike Without Charge—Cures Men and
Women Thousands of Miles Away as Surely as Those
Who Call in Person.
ROCHESTER. N. V. —Restored to
life by a miracle, a woman who was On
her way to the grave has been rescued
by that world-famous savant of this
city. Prof. Thomas F. Adkin. The
woman was about to be launched upon i
her long, last journey when the atten
tion of this scientific wonder-worker
was called to her case. Responding
instantly, and succeeding where doc
tors and all others had failed, he re
vived the spark of life in her body, put
an end to the agonies of dissolution,
banished all thoughts of death, and in
a manner and space of time truly
miraculous restored the woman to
health and returned her-"well and ;
strong to those who had bidden fare
*well to her forever. So remarkable
and unlooked for was this happy end
ing that Prof. Adkin is being accredited
with possessing divine power. v
When seen in reference to this won-
I derful rescue. Prof Adkin said: "Yes,
I restored the woman to life at the
very edge of the grave, and when I say
that I make no charge for certain help
to those who are ill and suffering I
mean every word of it. This is only
one case out of thousands where I
have been the instrument of God
in restoring health and happiness to
the sick and dying. Daily I receive
letters filled with moans and sobs of
physical and mental agony, imploring
me for the aid I am so glad to bestow.
A few days pass and others from the
F;;me people come fairly singing- with
joyous gratitude for the wonderful
restoration to. health my power has ac
complished. Some of the worst cases
in the country have been brought to
me, men and women on their way to
the grave, as was this Mrs. W. S.
Swayne. and I have cured them so
quickly that people say I work mira
The sensation created among the
Tnedical'fraternity by his discovery and
miraculous cures has been so "great
- that over twenty physicians have taken
>. ÜBc the study of the methods of this
jwonderful man. While they one and
"airfare compelled to admit the facts
and acknowledge the countless cures
Prof. Adkin is making, they are una
ble to explain or account for the mys
terious, intangible force he exertg.
Some of them admitted that their rem
edies were -as bread pills and water
compared with his tceatment. While,
ns an upright Christian man, Pro?, Ad
kin gives thanks to GoQ for the-icnowl
edge He has sent, he disclaims the
sfatement that his power is supernatu
ral, saying: "My power is not divine
or superhuman. It is scientific to the
, highest degree, based on a secret law
of nature that commands life and
death absolutely. Though this secret
has baffled the doctors and wise men of
all times. I finally discovered it after
long study and research. Drugs, med
icines and the surgeon's knife often do
more harm than good. But by this im
mutable law of life I can combat any
disease, however malignant; whatever
its nature, chronic or intermittent; no
matter what the doctors may have said
While In some cases he sends out a
peculiar magnetized food product in
concentrated form, which immediately
revitalizes the wholo human system.
Prof. Adkin disdains the use of Faith
Cure. Christian Science or similar
< ults. What this extract or elixir is.
how he makes it or charges it with
magnetic force, he does not say. Doc
tors and scientists are vainly puzzling
their brains trying to analyze it and
discover the secret, but cannot.
Returning to the case of Mrs.
Bwayne, in reply to a question Prof.
Adkin said: "That you may have no
doubt about this and the other re
markable cures I have made, read this
letter from the woman's husband, and
these others which you are at liberty
to publish if you think they will help
some poor sufferers." A cqpy was
taken, word for word, of the letters
shown by Prof. Adkin. and they are
printed herewith in the belief that they
will be a message of hope to some who
have given up in despair. Mr. Swayne
Mho is proprietor of the Clear Spring
Lithia Water. New Haven, Conn.,
writes: "I cannot express my grati
tude for what you have done for my
wife. She was on her deathbed- she
vas paralyzed and had a clot of blood
on her brain. Physicians said there
was no hope that she could recover
but you have saved her life. She Im
proved from the very first day she
NO PLACE FOR FAT
OFFICERS IN CAVALRY
Heavy Graduates From West Point
Barred by Orders of Inspector
WASHINGTON. D. C, July 9— Obe
sity in the future will be a "bar to the
assignment of any West Point military
academy graduate to the cavalry
branch of the army. In making the as
signments of the class of cadets re
cently graduated from West Point this
rule was, for the first time, strictly en
This change was brought about by
Inspector General Burton, who, in a re-
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commenced jour treatment. The clot
of blood has disappeared, she sleeps
■well and has a splendid appetite. Re
fer any sufferers who doubt your mar
| velous power to me, or let them come
l to my tiome and witness the wonderful
j cure you have performed in my wife's
! case. My neighbors all know the con
! dition my wife was in when she com
menced your treatment, and they were
hourly expecting her death. I hope
and pray that I may be at your com
mand to help those who suffer and
get them to write you for free help."
Prof. Adkin never even saw Mrs. L. A.
Phillips, of Txawick, Tex., yet when
she was dying! he gave her his aid and
brought her back to life, so that she
writes to him: "When I first began
your treatment I had no faith in it at
all. had tried so manj- different kinds
of medicine with no benefit. I had
been under the treatment of twelve
different hospitals, with no relief, and
then I employed two home doctors, but
they soon got so they did me no good
and told me they could do nothing for
me, and that if I could find anything
that could do me any good for me to
get it, for they had done everything
they could. I suffered from every
disease that flesh is heir to. I had
been bedfast for five years, unable to
stand up longer than ten'minutes at a
time. If ever a woman suffered I did.
I could lie on but one side. I had two
large bed sores that gave a great deal
of trouble and I suffered so much in
other ways. I had kidney trouble, ca
tarrh of the bladder and also gravel.
I used to suffer at times until I had
spasms. I also suffered from falling
of the womb, ulcers and chronic indi
gestion, and, of course, all of these dis
eases left my nerves In a terrible con
dition, when I finally wrote you. You
have done for me what no one else
ever did. My friends all say that I
have been raised from the dead. I
was nothing but skin and bones; now.
lam feeling splendid. I say to every
one that if they would place their case
in your hands you would do the same
for them. All they need to do is to
give you a trial." Another letter was
from Rev. S. A. Sanders, an eminent
evangelist of Cairo, HI., who for many
years had been a victim of chronic
indigestion and nervous prostration.
His letter says: "I began your treat
ment with but little faith, but in a few
days realized that I had something
different from anything I had ever
tried. It seemed to fill me with new
life and energy. In ten days I felt like
i a new man and slept soundly as a
| child. Before taking your treatment I
was miserably ill. blue, discouraged,
and nearly heart-broken. Now I am
well, enjoying life and able to do more
I and better work than ever. All these
blessings I owe to you, a man worthy
| of the fullest confidence, and I hope
| every sick and afflicted man and wom
an will write to you. You carrying
on a great work for humanity, an-1
I your discovery is a revelation." Dr. A.
W. Shaw, of Graf ton, W. Va., writes:
"Leading- physicians and specialists
pronounced my case of Bright's dis
ease incurable, and I was given up to
die. I had lost all hope and did not
think anything could save me, but you
cured me. There is no doubt about the
truly marvelous power of your won
Prof. Adkin receives an enormous
amount of mail from all over the
world. This flood of letters is due to
what is probably one of the most mys
terious elements of Prof. Adkin's pow
er. Remarkable as the fact may seem,
he does not have to see persons who
are ill in order to cure them. The vital
magnetic influence he exerts travels
miles as easily as inches, attacking the
disease like magic and driving it from
the body. He cures those at any dis
tance, however great, as easily as
though he visited them personally i
every day. It has been proven times
wftiumt number that a letter sent to
him does just as much good as a per
sonal interview. All that any one who
is sick has to do is to write him a let
ter, telling their symptoms, age and
sex, and he will diagnose their case
and prescribe the proper home treat
ment for them absolutely free of
charge. It is wonderful, but* it is true.
Those who desire restored health may
communicate with this benefactor of
mankind by addressing Prof. Thomas
F. Adkin, Box 534 H, Rochester, N. V..
U. S. A. He takes an intense personal
Interest in curing cases where both
doctors and medicines have failed.
cent report, called attention to the fact
that not an inconsiderable number of
cavalry officers are incapacitated for
efficient services by three causes—
timidity in the management of a horse,
a disqualification which paralyzes the
units commanded by such officers; lack
or love or admiration for the horse,
without which no command can be held
in high esteem for efficiency, and over
weight and malformation. Excessive
weight, says Gen. Burton, is ruinous to
a horse, is cumbersome to a rider and
weakens the endurance of the individ
All of these points have been ap
proved by the war department, and as
a result several of the cadets who were
graduated, this year and who applied
for the cavalry were assigned else
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE. SUNDAY. JULY 10, 1904
MAY LOSE HIS JOB
Superintendent of Forest Re
serve May Be Ousted
Globe Special Washington Service
1417 G Street
WASHINGTON. D. C, July 9.—Be
cause of official misconduct in connec
tion with the newly organized town of
Richards, which is located on ceded
Chippewa land in Northern Minnesota,
E. L. Warren, superintendent of the
Minnesota forest reserve, is slated to
lose his job. The nature of the charges
against Warren is not divulged. Ho
was oalled upon to answer them some
time ago. however, and his reply was
not considered satisfactory by Mr.
Fimple, acting commissioner of thp
general land office, who has forwarded
papers to Judge Ryan, acting secretary
of the interior, with a recommendation
that Warren by dismissed.
It is expected that Judge Ryan will
approve the recommendation early
next week. Warren was instrumental
in securing the passage of the Morris
act* and as the first appointed chief of
the corps of examiners of Indian land.
Later he was transferred to the office
of the superintendent of the Minnesota
forest reserve, created by the Mjnrris
act. —Walter E. Clark.
That Stillwater is to have a new
theater was definitely determined at
a" meeting of the committee that have
been instrumental in disposing of stock
in the enterprise, amounting to about
$25,000. The committee decided to in
corporate the auditorium corporation,
and plans are now being prepared, so
that this can be done without delay. A
meeting of the purchasers of stock will
be held in a^few r days and after the
corporation is*' formed no time wiil be
lost in beginning the erection of the
structure. Parties who have taken the
greatest interest in the undertaking are
favorably impressed with a site on
South Second street, a short distance
south of Chestnut, and an option on
the site was secured some time ago.
The contemplated structure will cost
more than J25,00D, but it is believed
the remainder of the money needed will
come as soon as the corporation is
formed. Stillwater has not had an
opera house since the destruction of the
Grand opera house by fire in Novem
ber. 1902, and a place of amusement,
and an auditorium in which public
gatherings can be held is badly needed.
Contractor Miller now has a force of
men at work putting a roof on the
new government building in this city,
which is to be completed about Oct. 1.
The walls are ready and work on the
interior will be commenced as soon as
the roof is in place.
Easton & Masterman have brought
an action in the district court to quiet
title to a~ piece of land at Second and
Myrtle streets, on which they are build
ing a new structure. The question of
title merely involves the misspelling of
The Juniata got away yesterday
morning with a tow of lumber and
logs for Muscatine. lowa. The Lizzie
Gardner and bowboat will leave today
with lumber for Lyons and other down
The Tozer & Nolan mill has sus
pended operations temporarily at South
Stillwater Lodge No. 179, B. P. O.
Elks, is planning for a ball to be given
in Simonet Bros.' new block on South
Main street, as soon as it is com
pleted. The dance will be held about
the middle of August, and the commit
tee in charge of the arrangements con
sists of X. A. Nelson, C. W. Merry,
James W. Foley, J. P. Berkly. R. W.
McGarry. J. W. Schroeder, John Sut
ton, H. T. King and A. G. Triebel.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Staples and Miss
Lillian Staples leave today for Cran
brook, British Columbia, where Mr.
Staples has a force of men at work
building a new sawmill. R. F. Jones,
who will set up the machinery, ex
pects to leave here some day this
The Ladies' Social Circle of Still
water went to St. Paul on Thursday,
where they surprised Mrs. Charles
Conhaim, a member of the circle, who
is soon to take up her home in Chi
Miss Mate Bronsop and Miss Julia
Masterson gave a reception Tuesday
evening in honor of Miss Katherine
Terhune, of Lebanon, Ind., and Miss
Elizabeth Calbert, of Ashland, Wis.
Miss Elizabeth Sexton entertained a
number of her young friends at a
house party at the home of her par
ents, near the city, over Sunday. Sun
day was spent at Carnelian lake.
An interesting programme 7of songs
and readings was rendered Thursday
evening in the parlors of the Swedish
Lutheran church by the Young Peo
The Ancient Order of Hibernians has
arranged to give an excursion down
Lake St. Croix next Wednesday even
ing on the steamer Saturn and barge.
Miss Loretta Sullivan, who has been
visiting her brother, George H. Sulli
van and family at Oakleigh, Mahto
medi, has returned home.
Mrs. Eller McKeller and Walter Mc-
Keiler left last evening for Montreal,
where they will spend a month with
Jacob R. Kolliner and Philip New
man left Tuesday evening for New
York, where they will spend a month
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Easton enter
tained the Three Table Whist club at
their home on South Third street last
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Burlingham. 'of
St. Paul, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
D. L. Burlingham and family last Mon
A concert for the benefit of the
Swedish Mission church is to be given
at the church next Saturday.
Miss Hortense Doe was a guest of
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Doe at Rutledge,
Minn., during the week.
Li. C. Lieberg/of Fargo, N. D., was
here the past week as the guest of
Byron J. Mosier and family.
V. V. Reeves, a prominent lumber
ma&of Rock Island, lIL, spent the week
In Stillwater on business.
Mrs. D. A. Blakeney and sons, of
Duluth, visited with Mis. L. E. Tor
lnus during the week.
Jay B. Densmore, who has been vis
iting in Stillwater, has gone to Grand
Forks, N. D.
Miss Phoebe Greelrfy has gone to
Lake Minnetonka for a visit of a week
or ten days.
Mrs. B. B. Smith, Walter Smith and
Archie Lammerg spent the past week
Miss Eunice Bodwell, of Portland,
Me., is visiting with relatives in Still
Mrs. David N. Connors entertainec
the Neighborhood club Friday after
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Peaslee have
returned from a visit at Ely, Minn.
E. D. Buffington, who has been in
«TAT JUST HALF-PRICE^
The season has been backward—summer goods have not moved as rapidly as we could wish. Therefore we have
resolved ; to start Monday a ; tremendous cut price sale on Refrigerators, Baby Carriages, Go-Carts, Iron Beds, Chiffoniers, Dressers.
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just like cut, full size, any finish; L. " '.. 1& y The $9.00 i kind f0r....... $450 25 of them in quarter-sawed oak, '"■:
lar value and former selling price Sample Chiffoniers —50 sam- v^ c $12.00 kind f0r. . ...'..';.'. '.'.SQ.OO birch, mahogany finish and birds
„■:„—■ •. „-i * -■■:- D i es solid ;oak nanolfd ends lik* The $14.00 kind f0r....... .....$7.00 eye maple, highly polished and best
$1 i .50. The wonderful Jjf- ;■?%£££: "SiTO^lo Cut rhe '16-00 kinder;........ $8^0;-Grand Hapids make. Former selling
cut sale - , ,- --■^fCo:- c . ':^saletiric^W:^^*^P-"J^ "*~ This :ratio of prices : applieT to Prices $30.00 to $35.00. Wonderful
price.f;....;.^ 3>0.75 58 $#-75 s; erLu S emeerator and Ice Chest in SK!S.??: $15.00
IS"?-" Tlir AIUirRIPAIiI HpusefurnishingCo.
Half-Price I HI MllltniUMll 22-24 East Seventh St.
the East on business, has returned
Ralph and Herbert McGrath were at
Pine City, Minn., during the week.
John J. Walsh, of Minneapolis, vis
ited in Stillwater on Thursday.
Ellis Carli anY Miss Daisy Carli vis
ited at Duluth the past week.
L. Simonet spent the first part of the
week at Little Falls, Minn.
Mr.'and Mrs. Addison Wright have
returned from Gordon, Wis.
George L. Bancroft spent a few days
at Winona the past week.
Hal O'Neal has returned from a short
absence at Mankato.
Mayor J. G. Armson spent the past
week in St. Louis.
Mrs. Weiner Bound Over
Special to The Globe
LITTLE FALLS, Minn., July 9.—Mrs.
Kate Weiner. who is charged with the
murder of her husband, had her prelimi
nary hearing yesterday and was bound
over to the grand jury.
Continued From Nineteenth Page
gave a luncheon Wednesday afternoon,
for Mrs. F. B. Doran. of East Congress
street. Covers were laid for sixteen.
Misses Marcia Yorks, Susie Doran, Char
lotte Thorne and Willa Bordwell assisted
in the dining room.
Mrs. F. M. Fowler, of St. Anthony ave
nue, has gone to Wisconsin for a month's
visit. _, >, —
J. H. Crider and family, of Prior ave
nue, have returned from Chippewa. Falls.
Mrs. D. E. Harman and daughter are
visiting- at Pipestone for ten days.
Mrs. Josephine G. Princell, of WHlmar,
is visiting friends in the Park.
Herbert E. Miller, of Wheeler avenue,
left last Friday for the West.
Mrs. A. I. Jaepb. of Beacon avenue, is
visiting- in Cedar Rapids.
Richard Marvin, Marshall avenue, has
returned from Montana.
Miss Marcia Torks is spending two
weeks at Taylor Falls.
James H. Nason. Rondo street, left Fri
day for Elk River.
Mrs. C. M. Betts and son Earl are visit
ing in Denver, Col.
Miss Anita Shepardson has returned
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Fowble entertained
a family party at their home on Blair
street Monday afternoon^ The guests
were Mesdames Mary Clark and Helen
Cannon. C. W. Clark and daughter. Miss
Emilie Clark, of South Park; Mesdames
A.% J. Reeves and Williams, Messrs
Reeves. Williams. Stewart and Oswin
Reeves, of St. Anthony Park: Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Sheldon. of Minneapolis;
Misses Florence Clark and O'Donnell. of
Superior; Mrs. C. A. Fowble, Mrs. Bush
nell and Miss Evalyn Beauford. of St.
Mrs. A. J. Reeves entertained a party
of young people Wednesday evening at
her home in St. Anthony Park In honor
of Miss Louise Fowble and her cousin.
Miss Florence Clark, of Superior.
Mrs. Helen M. Evans received Thursday
afternoon for her daughter. Mrs. Guy E.
.Maxwell, of Winona. and Mrs. Roy H.
Benham. of Lakeville. The decorations
were pink and red roses.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Fleming and Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Ryan chaperoned a party of
twenty young people at Turtle Lake on
Mrs. "Walter entertained at luncheon
Wednesday for Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gris
mer, of New York. Covers were laid for
Mr. and Mrs. C. Victor Lindberg are
entertaining Mrs. Lindberg and children,
Arthur and Lillian, of Red Wing.
Mrs. W. T. Rich and her daughter. Miss
Lucy Rich, entertained at a thimble bee
Miss Alma Gillette has recently enter
tained her cousin, Miss Cora Gillette, of
The Misses Anna and Ruth Patridge.
of North Dakota, are guests of Ham
line friends. —
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson entertained at din
ner Wednesday for Mr. and Mrs. Guthrie,
of St. Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Van Meter have
been entertaining Mr. Robinson, of Riter
Mrs. James Bryan entertained the guild
of Epiphany Episcopal church Thursday
Mrs. Nellie Jameson, of Minneapolis,
is spending the summer with Mrs. Reed
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Gilman are enter
taining the Misses Johnson, Yakima,
Mrs. George Gilman. of Bethel. Minn.,
Is visiting her sister. Miss Edith B. Tay
Mrs. S. W. Miller has returned from
an extended sojourn in Dcs Moines, lowa.
Mrs. T. E. Cole is the guest of her
daughter, Mrs, Charles Heines, of Olivia.
Mrs. S. K. Gordon has recently enter
tained Mr. Fred Dickens, of Brainerd.
Mrs. E. J. Webb and family spent the
Fourth at Lake Minnetonka. '
Mr. and Mrs. John Bucknell have re=
turned from Decorah, lowa.
Mr. and Mrs. Albertson and daughter
have gone .to Volga, N. D.
Miss Clara Atkins is entertaining Miss
Viola, Carver, of St. dead.
Fred Aliin has gone to Cornwall. Eng
land, to visit his father.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Balleuiyae have
returned from - Bald Eagle lake, where
they were the guests of Mr. and Mis.
Mrs. C. N. Akers is entertaining Miss
Anna Dunn, of St. Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cottier spent the
Fourth at Forest Lake.
Wilmarth A. Stevens spent the Fourth
at Monticello, Minn.
Elliott Magraw is entertaining a house
party at Red Rock.
Miss Mattie Winston started Thursday
for Richmond, Va.
Mrs. John Pemberton is at Wilkins
Miss Mamie Hasslan has returned from
Donald McKensie has returned from
Harry Smith is in Dover, Minn.
Registered at the hotel during the week:
Miss Edith Frost. Mr. and Mrs. Ira B.
Penmann. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McLenahan,
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. George. Miss Virginia
de Haas, Miss Mabel Morris. Miss Excilda
Deschane. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Smith, J. S.
Ford. Stanley E. Hills, Mr. and Mrs. E.
H. Payte. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McKenzie.
A. D. Stephens, E. M. Wheeler, William
Boyd. Miss S. Kelly, Miss G. Merriam.
J. Sloann. Dr. W. D. Kelly. Senator and
Mrs. Henry C. Capser and Mr. and Mrs.
V. L. Albert.-
Mr. and Mrs. T. Murphy and Mr. and
Mrs. W, Aufang are entertaining a house
party. The guests are Mr. and Mrs. Au
f»ng. Mr. and Mrs: H. H. Brayton. Mr.
and Mrs. C\ C. Sfia'rp, Miss Fanny Sharp,
Miss Cecil Aufang-. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy
and J.. A. Murphy and family.
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Willis, Mr. and Mrs.
Sinclair and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Swenson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry. George
Tapley and Earl Bond have been guests
of Mr. and Mrs. William Dampier during
The Porch club m.et Monday afternoon^
with Mrs. George Goyer at the hotel.
High scores were made by Mrs. Gover
and Mrs. Strauss. Mrs.* Sergman will en
tertain the club tomorrow afternoon...
Mrs. W. J. Murray and family, of St.
Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Murray, of
StiUwater, spent the first of the week-with
Mrs. E. A.. Murray.
Mrs. C. E. Seigman entertained at din
ner for Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Hanft on their
wedding anniversary. Covers were laid
for fifteen guests.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Johnson, who have
just returned from Europe, are orcupying
a cottage at East Shore Park.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ahem. of Minne
apolis, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Dufrene for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Hathaway and Miss
Marguerite and Paul Hathaway are at the
hotel for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. John Brennen. of St. Paul,
are occupying the Dobson cottage for the
rest of the season.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kelly and family,
of St. Paul, are spending a few weeks
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer and Miss Helen
Meyer, of St. Paul, are spending a month
at the hotel.
Mrs. Bronson and Mrs> Davis enter
tained a family party at luncheon on the
Mr. and Mrs. Galbraith are entertain
ing Mr. and Mrs. Galbraith. of Minne
Dr. and Mrs. Demming and daughter
are camping at Mahtomedi for a few
Mr. and Mrs. F. Winter, of St. Paul,
are occupying their cottage for the sea
Miss Margery Bell, of St. Paul, who has
been visiting Miss Sullivan, has returned.
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. P.oth and son. of
St. Paul, are at the lake for the season.
Mrs. Ernest Beneke gave a euchre party
for the Misses Holley. of Latona. Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hallam and family
are at the hotel for a month.
Mrs. Titcomb is entertaining Miss
Florence Pace, of Chicago.
Mr. Brown, of California, is visiting her
sister, Mrs^ J. Bronson.
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Moore entertained
at dinner at the hotel.
Mrs. Lawler. of StiUwater, ia spending
the week at the lake.
Miss Leta Espy spent the first of th«
week in the city.
Max Hanft, of Minneapolis, is visiting
Mrs. K. Glaspie and son James are in
John Glaspie has gone to Revelstoke,
„ WHITE BEAR
The following guests are at Ramaley
vilta for the summer: Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Burke. Mrs. Mahle. Jack Bemis and
Russel Eddy, of St. PauL
Mr. and Mrs. Kackley. of Indianapolis,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stein at
Dellwood. Mr. and Mrs. Kackley are on
the way round the world.
Mr. and Mrs Esther L. Shepley. of Sum
mit court, are occupying the Bonn cot
tage with Dr. and Mrs. MacLaren.
Mrs. R. Wheaton has returned from Dcs
Moines. where she has been the guest of
Mrs. Clarence Stemble.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stone, of Duluth,
are visiting their niece, Mrs. W. A. Har
denberg, at Dellwood.
Mrs. Daniels, of Dellwood, entertained
at luncheon in honor of Mrs. Chauncey
Wheeler, of Fargo.
Mrs. J. B. Tarbox and Mrs. Jpobert
Wheaton have, gone to Buffalo by way of
the great lakes.
Mr. and Mrsj. F. E. Ward, of Portland
avenue, are occupying the Read cottage at
Mrs. L.. P. Ordway, of Dellwood. is en
tertaining Mrs. Samuel Strickland, of
Miss Ivy Hcathfieli, of Minneapolis, is
spending a few weeks at Bald Eagle.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Driscoll, of St.
Paul, arc occupying the Gotztan cottage
on the island for the remainder of the
Miss May Seaver. of St. Paul, spent a
few days with Miss Mayme Pease, at Lake
Mrs. Henry A. Shores and son. of Wash
ington, D. C, are the guests of Mrs. O. R
Mrs. Theodore Schulze gave a luncheon
for her daughter, Miss Louise Schulze.
Mrs. Wood, of "Minneapolis was the
guest of Mrs. Mahle for a few days.
Mrs. George H. Davis and daughter, of
Lake Shore, have gone to St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lightner. of Sum
mit avenue, are at Manitou island.
Miss Abbie Lawton, of St. Paul is
visiting friends at White Bear.
Miss Alice Hosmere has returned from
a visit in ths city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Elmer, of the Angus,
are at Dell wood.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reif have returned
from Duluth. ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Dunn and family,
of Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
Coy and family, of Merriam Park, spent
the Fourth with Mr. and Mrs W W
Dunn, of Flandrau street.
Miss Gertrude Harrison and brcther
John, of East Seventh street, spent a few
days with their grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. John Gunther, of White Bear ave
Misses Helen and Marie Sampson and
Miss Thora Peterson, of Stillwater ave
nue, spent last Tuesday with Miss Edna
Chapin. of Aurora avenue.
A $s>oo SUBSCRIPTION SECURES 1000 VOTES
Following Is the Standing of the Contestants up to 2 p. m. Saturday: [Tf
MISS ELLA SYDLER, Bannon's. St Paul. Minn. f (i
ELLIS LAWSON. Dry Goods Dept.. Golden Rule. St.-Paul.-Minn. • ' "!
SUSS EMILY WOODS. Eau Claire, Wls. % l r^\
MISS FANNIE MARMION STONE, 466 Dayton ay, St. Paul. Minn. ;• * f
E. E. PARENT. Somerset Wls. »- IB
MISS FANNIE SWENSON, Cashier. New Spencer. St. Paul. Minn. j .' 1
MISS EVA E. WHITE. Park Rapids. Minn. ' _'! &3
CHARLEY EASTWOOD. Fireman. Eng. Co. No. 11. St Paul. Minn. $ •* '
MISS BLANCHE F. KELLY, Teacher. Drew School. St. Paul. Minn. I i«|-*3j
MISS M. A. MAHER, Teacher. Jefferson School St. Paul. Minn. I**] ">,
WILL S. BATES. N. P. Gen. Tel. Office, St. Paul. Minn. : ] |
MISS KATE SCHUBERT. Hastings. Minn. ... ft
MISS SADIE MACDONALD. Teacher. Edison School. St. Paul. Minn. *~~~' •
MISS ANNA KEARNS. Mannheimer Bros.. St Paul. Minn. I ft
MISS ROSE LA VALLE. Micbaud's Grocery. St. Paul. Minn.
FRANK BODIKE, Richwood. Minn. " ' '
MISS JESSIE A. BRADFORD. Teacher. McKinley School, St Paul. Mino. ■ -
MISS NELLIE HAWLEY. Sandstone, Minn. I "1
MISS AGNES DAVIS. Smith's Candy Store. St. Paul. Minn.
E. P. BOLTON. Letter Carrier. St Paul. Minn. &**
MISS AMY WILKINSON. Teacher, McKinley School. St. Paul. Minn.
MISS HELEN KOPPELBERGER. 920 First ay.. Eau Claire, Wla.
MISS GERTRUDE THIESEN. West Pub. Co.. St. Paul. Minn. k
MISS ALICE M. HOSMER, Teacher. Central High School. St. Paul. Minn. J'
MISS KATE EAGAN. Hinckley. Minn. : \
MISS MAUD STOCKING. Hutchinson, Minn. **\ 7
MISS LILLIAN PERKINS, Pine City, Minn. ) '
ROBERT COLE, Associated Press, St Paul Minn.
MISS MAUD BRACKETT. Mora, Minn. '
MISS ANNA ELCOCK. Kenyon, Minn.
MISS CARRIE PANNIER. Chipoewa Falls, Wia.
A. L ROCK. Letter Carrier. St Paul. Minn.
Ticket Office, 398 Robert Street * *
to St, Louis and Return
(Good In through chair cars—seats free)
Tickets on sale Mondays, July n and 25.
Two through trains a day.
Fine Dining Car Service.
The only road with a World's Fair station.
For full information and a free map and
guide to the Fair, call on
H. S. HASKINS,
City Ticket Agent, 398 Robert Street
Mrs. H. Sampson and Miss Minnie
bumpson, of St. Paul, were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Sampson, of Still
Mr. and Mrs. John Gunther and daugh
ter, of Stillwater avenue, spent the Fourth
with Mr. and Mrs. A. Thomas, of Bloom
George Fitzgerald, of Stillwater ave
nue, has returned after a visit to his
grandmother, Mrs. Conley, of Tyler, N. D.
Mrs. William Mayhew and Miss Hymn
Mayhew. o f St. Paul, spent Thursday with
Mrs. J. Mayhew, of Stillwater avenue.
Mr. H. w. Gokey, of Bird Island. Minn.,
was the guest of Mr. John Gunther, of
White Bear avenue, during the week.
Miss Beech and Harry Beech, of Blaine
ville, Neb., are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Hyde, of Harvester avenue.
Miss Minnie Bruchmann. of Stockholm,
Wis., is visiting her sister, Mrs. W; G.
Lyon, of Harvester avenue.
Mrs. Mayhew. of Stillwater avenue, en
tertained a few of her friends in iionor of
her birthday Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. W: G. Lyon. ©f Harvester
avenue, spent the Fourth with relatives in
Miss Ruby Wallwork. of Stillwater ave
nue, has been visiting Miss Marie Mitsch.
of St. Paul.
Mrs. E. S. Ferrey and family, of Still
water avenue, spent Thursday at Mahto
Miss Kitty Sullivan, of Merriam Park,
spent Thursday with friends of the park.
Misses Majorie and Grace Ferrey are
visiting relatives of Mahtomedl.
The H. P. D. gave a picnic at Beaver
lake last Tuesday.