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-- - - - - . - - - . - - - - - . - - . . . - , ^ i ^ i mmmmmm 1 . . . . . . InSocial Circles Mrs. Frank B. Crowell gave a luncheon of twenty-four covers yesterday afternoon in ^Donaldson's tearoom. Luncheon was served from email tables in the Dutch room and pink moccasin flowers were used for decora tions. Miss Elizabeth Donaldson will give a lunch eon next week for Miss Frances Thornton of Montana, who arrived to-day from 'New York to be her guest for a few days. Miss Thorn ton was a schoolmate of Miss Donaldson's at Miss Dana's and the guests will be other Morristown girls. Miss Jessie Cushman will entertain a house party over the (Fourth at Fairvlew, Lake Mlnnetonka. Miss Klla Louise Himle and Herman O. Koefod of Thief River Falls. Minn., were Quietly married last evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Himle, 111 Orlin avenue, Prospect Park. The service was read by Rev. O. A. Norman of Ashley, fMlnn., in the presence of a small group of relatives. The 'bride wore white silk mull over taffeta, trimmed with Irish point lace, and carried white sweet peas. Miss 'Majnte Thompson' of 'Decorah, Iowa, was maid of honor. Sbe wore a pink gown and her flowers were white lilies. The wedding march was played by Miss Valborg Koefod. Mr. ind Mrs. Koefod will be at home at Thief River Falls after a short wedding trip. A pretty military wedding took place in the Presbyterian church at Bismarck, N. F. Tuesday evening, when Miss Bessie Briggs nd (Lieutenant B. H. Pope were married. The bride is the daughter of the late Frank A. 'Briggs, governor of 'North Dakota, and the bridegroom is an officer in the Eighth infantry, U. S. A. The service was read by (Rev. A. A. Joss in the presence of a large group of gue3ts. Lieutenant Near* of the Eighth infantry was best man and the ush ers were P. C. Remington, R. L. Best, C. P. Eckels. E. H. Walker and iF. E. Murphy. Jlr. and aire. iPope will go with Mr. Pope's regiment to Fort Davis. Alaska, and Mrs. Briggs will accompany them. The 'Misses Lyons of Clinton avenue gave a lawn party Tuesday evening. Music and games were the amusements and a picnic upper was served. Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald entertained at dinner Monday evening at their home on Franklin avenue. The guests included Messrs. nd Mmes. George Ermitinger, John Frazer, Carmody, O'Neal and Miss Jeannette Mc Douga!. CLUBS AND CHpiTlES TOURISTS AT ROBBINSDALE Old an d New Members Entertained by Office )m. Another of a long series of charming social gatherings of the Tourists at Robblnsdale was held yesterday at the home of Mrs. A. B. Robbins. The hostesses were the new officers of the club, Mmes. E. E. Bailey, A. B. Robbins, A. W. Jones and Burch. The guests included the active and past member ship of the CIUD and there were present thirty-five in spite of threatening weather. The women were met at the end of the car line by carriages, which took them to the hospitable Robbins home. The lowering skies forbade lunchnlg In the grove, as had been planned, and long tables were spread on the verandas and In the .din ing-room. The affair was a rose fete and the house and tables were profusely decor ated with the queenly blossoms and at each plate was a rose. A delicious menu was served with the assistance of Misses Edith, Amy and Esther Robbins. Ethel Barnes and Clara Bailey. The afternoon was spent in looking over a fine collection of art photo graphs and on the lawn, where group pictures of the party were taken. CLUB WOMEN WANTED State-Federation Asked to Continue State Fair Work. The Minnesota Federation of Women's Clubs has been requested by the executive committee of the state fair board to continue it3 custom of managing a headquarters for the women visitors in the large driving club This hae been fitted up very at tractively as a spot in which to rest, meet friends and have educational exhibitions and programs. The federation state fair, work from its beginning has been in charge of Mrs. J. M. Underwood of Lr.keTjity and has been designed to bring before the women of the state all the most progressive idea6 i n club work and other fields of special interest to women. - -^' A FEATURE Elaborate Program of Sports at Minnetonka To-mcrrow. *'*?. PLAY FOR WARP C, BURTON CUP Third R e g a t t a of t h e Season Will Brlngr Out Large Number of Yachts. Personal an d Social. Miss Mary Lofgren is spending a few weeks In Duluth. Dr. and Mrs. R A. Campbell are home from Alexandria. Minn. W. J. Mahonev of 222 Grant street will pend his vacation in Iowa. Miss Jessamine Allen is spending the sum aer in Boston, the guest of relatives. Mrs. J. C. Howard of Hotel Clinton went to Duluth to-day for a short visit. Mi6s Clara Diepenbroch of Red Wing is Visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Lantry. Dr. M. F. Lenox and John R. Lenox have returned from New York and Boston. Mrs. Eugene M. Stevens of the Imperial is pending a few days in Stacyville. Iowa. Miss L. S. Lange of St. Louis is in the fity to attend the N. E. A. convention. Mtss Lilian Howard went to Frontenac to 4ay to visit Miss Minnie Blair of New York. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Welch have re turned from a trip to Seattle and the Pacific coast. J. R. Sutter, Jr., of Edwardsville. 111., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sutter. 1507 Stevens avenue. Mrs. F. Deutsch and Miss Deutsch of Daven fort, Iowa, are visiting Mrs. J. Deutsch of 201 Twelfth street S. Mrs. Robert Collier of Keokuk is the guest for a. few dars of her mother, Mr3. Harriet J. Wells of P?.rk avenue. Weaver temple, No. 1. R. S., will give a pro- fressive euchre party Saturday afternoon in ,. P. .hall. Masonic Temple. ',' * M rf, Jesse ' B.. .Chatterton of Denver, Co.,Vikings" wtti~ spend the summer with Mrs. E- J. M.assisted wewcomb, 3046 Bryant avenue S. Minneapolis people at New York hotels are s follows: Plaza, B. A. Sanford Rossmore, R. Terhune Broadway Central, S. M. Han-panist. ley. Arthur Bowen, a student at the Chicago Art Institute, is spending his vacation with his mother, Mrs. J. B. Boweu, 61 Eleventh street S. Mrs. Mary E. Mathews and daughter, Mrs. Cushing, formerly of Minneapolis, but now of Denver, are in the city for a few weeks. They are stopping at 14 Ninth street S. Miss Delia Nootraan left to-day for Du fcuque. Iowa, to attend the marriage of Miss Rose Goldberg and Mr. Neel of Gutsberg, Iowa, which will take place to-morrow. Miss Maud Hamilton of Stewart, Neb., is Tisitihg her aunt, Mrs. I. H. Lantry of 2506 Bloomirigton avenue. Mrs. Lantry, Miss Edna Lantry and Miss Hamilton will go to Duluth next weke. Mrs. William R. Fariea of Melhleu, China, Is the guest of Minneapolis relatives on her Way to New York to visit her mother, who is In poor health. Mrs. Faries is the wife of Dr. Faries, the missionary, and Is accompa nied 'by her youngest child. The picnic of Ascension parish will be held to-morrow on the grounds at Penn and Twenty-first avenues N. There will be a pro gram of games and sports, an Irish jig and reel contest, and drill by the Ascension cadets In the afternoon, and a grand display of fire works in the evening. The Church of the 'Immaculate Conception will hold a picnic at Nelson's grove, Sixth and Penn avenues N, to-morrow. Either the Sixth avenue car line or the Plymouth reach the grove, which is one of the prettiest In the city. IRosslter's First Regiment band1 ha s been secured for the day and evening. Dinner nd supper will be served on the grounds, and there is a long list of amusements. Admis sion to' the grounds will be free. Eighth W a r d W. C. T. U: The Eighth Ward W. C. T. U., at its meet ing yesterday afternoon, studied child culture under the direction of Mrs. Parker. "Work as an element in the. Formation of Char acter" was the general subject. Roll rail was answered by reports of work done for tem perance .since the last meeting, and showed activity in securing new members and In the attendance at public temperance meetings.. Plans for the annual meeting, July 16, wero made and at the gathering Aug. 1 the sub ject "Temperance and Labor" will be pre sented by a member of the -Trades and Labor Council. The paper, "The Young Crusader," will be added to the.literature placed in the Milwaukee station. A large number of anti tobacco pledge cards were given to the mem bers, who will secure signatures to te sent to the state superintendent. The workers' committee will meet with Mrs. Taylor, 2728 Pleasant avenue, Friday, July 11, at 2:30 p. m., for prayer and at 3 o'clock plans will be considered for work. A Missionary Meeting. , The Woman's Foreign 'Missionary, society of Westminster church held'its regular meet ing yesterday afternoon in the church par-, lors. Miss Bake presided over the program, which included ihe study of "Via Christl" and a paper by 'Miss Daniels. Receipts F r o m a Lawn Fete. The women of St. Paul's church netted $175 by means of the lawn fete which they gave last week. The total receipts were $350 and the money will be used in 'finishing the base ment of the church, where a kitchen will be arranged and where there will be a room for the Sunday school. MRS. MCKINLEY'S NIECE Kiss Mary Barber Is to We d a Den ver Lawyer. .'Denver, Col., July 3.The betrothal is an nounced of Major Ralph H'artzel of Denver nd Miss Mary "Barber of Canton, Ohio, the favorite niece of Mrs. McKlnley. Major Han sel Is an attorney and during the Spanish war ne was commissioned by Mr. 'McKlnley as paymaster in the volunteer army with the yank of major. His brother, Charles Hart tel, is now a 'government representative in Cuba. When a boy he lived In 'Canton with his parents and was near neighbor of the little girl who is now to become his wife. BEFORE THE_PUBLIC EYE A large audience greeted the Sylvia Choral club at Its first concert, which was given last evening in the Baptist tabernacle. The shading of the various concerted items was especially commended, and Faning's "The received an encore. The club was by 'Miss Anna MacPhee, soprano Mis,3 Nelson, contralto Crosby Hopps, tenor Mr. Foss, barytone, who gave pleasing solos. Miss Ruth Anderson was an efficient accom Crosby Hopps is the director. The pupils of 'Miss Clara Thompson gave a recital yesterday afternoon at her home, 1802 E Lake street. The program was given by Violet Wraz, Gertrude Crittenden, Mabel Hoover, Louise Erickson, Wesley Robinson, Louis Miller, Bertha Lunt, iMattie Rule, Johnny Kelley, Winifred Kelley, Mamie Kel ley, Florence Halderman, Gertrude Ander son and Hazel Skinner. A charming program of piano numbers was given last evening by Miss Gracye A. Smith, a pupil of Miss Mae Cooke, in the Open Door Congregational church. Miss. Smith gave selections from Chopin, Schubert and Weber with artistic expression. Her work showed careful study. . She was assisted- by Miss Effle Ebert, reader, and Fred Valentine, vocalist. The church was,prettily decorated with palms and roses. Tennis, yachting, golf, dancing and fire works will make up an unusually interest ing program of sports and amusements at the Minnetonka club to-morrow. The third regatta of the season will be mailed in the morninig, the first gun to be fired at 10:80. During the afteraoon -a g61f handicap medal play contest will be held1, and the first two rounds for the - tennis cup presented by Ward Burton will- be played. This tennis match, postponed from June 21, marks the formal opening of the season in this sport and to-morrow's con tests are expected to be most interest ing. The contest is open to all members of the club, which includes nearly all the best players in the state. George and Harry Belden, both formerly northwest ern champions, Charles Hale, James Law rence and Glaire Wyman, formerly the university champions in doubles and G. A. Wyman, are anions the players of rep utation who will take part in the con test. Play in both tennis and golf will begin at 2:30. The four men who survive the second round will be eligible for the final, which will be a round robin. In the first round one set will constitute a match/while in the second round and the round robin the matches will be best two in three sets. Following are the pairings for the first round: G. K. Belden vs. J. MoD. Campbell. James Lawrence vs. I*. T. Jamme. W. C. Burton-Bye. Charles Hale vs. John Donaldson. Claire Wyman vs. Paul Marshall. R. P. Gillette vs. Phil Brooks. H. I. Belden vs. Albert Strong. O. A. Wyman-Bye. A large fleet is expected to turn out for the regatta in the morning. The three special class sloops will have their first real opportunity of testing their speed, since the Wizard was not entered in last Saturday's race. A large turnout of first and second class sloops and of the special cats is expected. S. A, S. COMMITTEE MEETS . Will Publish Ms- Own P r o g r a m of .. ' F a i r This Year. -The executive committee of the State Agricultural society met yesterday at the fair grounds at Hamline to consider the. locating of a special building to be erected by the Church of Christ Scientists of Min neapolis for headquarters at the fair. It was decided to give the State Federation of Women's clubs headquarters on the grounds as usual. The ladies maintain headquarters where programs are ren dered each morning of the week and where lectures and ..Other means of enter tainment are provided. The board has decided this year to publish the official' program of the fair. It has been the custom to sell the pro gram as a privilege.. The program will be a handsome affair well illustrated and with a cover design in three colors by "Bart," the Journal's cartoonist. Inside wjiL be. a sketch of the fair with numer ous half tone illustrations besides a com plete program of the events of the' fair of 1902. - . ,. NORTHWEST WEDDINGS FERGUS FALLS, MINN.Martin Martin son and Miss Margaret M. Lohmeier were quietly married in this city last evening, the sevice being read by Rev. Mr. Soderstrcm. They are well known and respected resident* and will at once begin housekeeping on Bis marck avenue. RAPID CITY, S. D.William McGaa and Miss Mary Pourier, both of Pine Ridge Indian agency, were married here. Mr. McGaa is in the government employ, and the bride is a daughter of Baptiste Pourier, or "Big Bat," as.he is better known, the scout who served with Crook and Cuoter. THE FOURTH AT HARRIET R-ivela's Royal Italians P r e p a r e a Tempting Musical Feast. Chevalier Rlvela has prepared a fine musical feast for the great crowds that will spend at leaet a part of their holiday to-morrow at Lake Harriet. His two programs for the day to be given, one at 3:15 and the othvjr at 8:16 p. m., are so arranged as to please every taste and with enough admixture of insp rlrg patriotism, musically expressed, to be ap propriate to th day. A Sousa march in the afternoon and Tobani's patriotic "Victorious America" in the evening open the programs. Rivela's own 'Red Devil" 1 a feature in the afternoon. It is certain that the Royal Ital ians will widen the circle of their numerous admirers by their playing on the Fourth. The programs, including that for to-night, are as follows: THURSDAY EVENING. March, "Return from Turin" Rivela Overture, "Semiramlde" Rossini Bombardino Solo, "Dear Heart" Mattel Signer Curti. Vision, "Morceau Caracteristique"..Von Blon "Bohemian Girl," Grand Fantasle... Balfe Solos by Signorl Palma, Marino, Curti, La .nionaca, Ferullo and Massa.. March, "P-atria". .,..........,--...,,..,..,.,,. ..Musso Overture,..' 'Tannhauser". i..' '.w*gaer Harp Solo ,.,.,.......,,.' Slgnpx setaro "Aida," Act I., Scene I... v....:......Vetdi Solos by Signorl Palma, Di Natale, Marino and Curti. Sousa ....Suppe ...Adams .Donizetti FRIDAY MATINEE. March, "El Capitan" Overture, "Poet and Peasant" ... Trumpet Solo, "Holy City"..... Slgnor Palma. "Fille du Regiment," Fantasle. Solos by Signorl Demltrls and Massa. March, "Dlavoll Rossi" Rlvela Waltz, "My Queen" Coote "Rlgoletto," Act IV Verdi Signorl Demltrls, Dl Natale, Marino and Curti. FRIDAY EVENING. March, "Victorious America" Tobani Overture, "William Tell" Rossini Pastoral by Signorl Lamonaca and Ferullo. Waltz, "Blue Danube" ......Strauss Mazurka, "La Czarlne" .Ganne "Die Walkure," Grand Fantasle Wagner Prelude. "Ride of the Valkyries." Duet. "Magic Fire Scene." Solos by Signori Palma and Dl Natale. March. "Baltimore Centennial" Herbert Overture, "II Guarany." Gomez "Pilgrim's Chorus," "I Lombardi"Verdi "American Fantasle" Herbert Solos by Signori Lamonaca and Ferullo. LIEUT. FRANE'S COW It Gets th e Officer Into a Bit of Trouble, Lieutenant Charles T. Frane of the mounted police force was in court this morning charged with allowing a cow to run at large. * He pleaded not guilty and the case was continued until Tuesday. The complaint was sworn out by Clara E Trask, '2*526 Madison street NE., who alleges" that the cow got into her corn patch and did a great deal of damage Lieutenant Frane says that the Trasks have mulcted a number of the neighbors because their cows *ot in the corn patch and that he does not intend to pay any damages but will pay the? fine imposed by the court. - '' '"'"- GENTRY BROS. COMING ., 4 New F e a t u r e s Added t o Their F a - mous Shows This Year. The famous Gentry Bros, show will be gin a week's engagement in Minneapolis, on July 7. The tents will be at Thir teenth street and Nicollet avenue. The annual visits of this well known and pop ular amusement'organization are always looked "forward to with interest. When it eqmos to perfectly trained animals that are. more intelligent than, many human beings, the Gentry Bros, stand at the head of the list. Since the last appear ance here, many new features have been introduced, among which is a drove of tiny sacred. oxen, baby camels and a team of harness zebras, all trained to do their "little stunts." Performances will be given at 2:30 and 6 p. m. "The Bone=Setter Cures White Swelling, Its Results and . , * CripplesInEvery Way Crippled "MY CURE WAS ALMOST A MIRACLE*5 Says Mr. G. M. Hoy in Speaking of the Efficacy of Pe-ru-na for Catarrh. "West Superior, Wis., June 26, 1902. "TO THE PUBLIC: "This is to certify-tbat*I am under the Bone-Setter's care that I commenced treatment six weeks ago, using at that time a crutch and a cane, because my hip was partially dislocated and I had White Swelling. I came to West Superior to day without my crutch. There is decided improvement. in my condition and the Bone-Setter is doing for me-just as he agreed. "(Signed.) E. J. GRIFFIN, "Wabasha, Minn." The Borne-Setter's own method of cur ing cripples, in every way crippled, with his bare hands, and without the least pain to the patient, in any case, is the wonder of this age. In many cases, right ing the wronig then and there, in the twinkling of an eye, there before your eyes properly placing the irregular bones when the cripple is a cripple no longer. His work is exclusively confined to the many wrongs of cripples and deformities, whether from birth, disease or accident. CROOKED OR CLUB FEET of any vari ety, he makes straight, natural and use ful. His method is mild and painless, and the result satisfactory in every case. SPINAL CURVATURE ' even in long standing cases, he corrects without plas ter cast felt or leather Jackets, stays or braces he never, employs. DISLOCATED HIP and Hip Diseases he cures without surgical operation or confining the pa tient to bed. Abscesses, shortening de formity and less of motion and lameness he prevents by correcting the wrong with his bare bands. CROOKED AND DIS EASED Knees or anSles, deformities of all kinds, he treats successfully without pain. PARALYSIS AND . RESULTING DEFORMITIES, rendering one a cripple, he corrects without surgical operation, While paralysis is not incurable, it should not . "be neglected. SPINE TROUBLE WITH CHILDREN of various ages, rendering them helpless, he cures, and the results are little short of a miracle. TUBERCULOSIS OF THE JOINTS, of long standing, he cures with out surgical operation or ipain to the pa tient. No matter what your age may be or how long you have been a cripple, write the Bone-Setter, West Superior, Wis., and say how you are crippled, enclose stamp and mention the Minneapolis Journal. If you receive a favorable reply, be ready to come to West Superior, and on starting wire him when you will arrive, or call up Northwestern or Twin City long distance 'phone and talk to the Bone-Setter. It'.'.. Order Odd Granville M. Hoy, Sheridan, Ind., is Past Grand, Fellows, Lodge 691. In. a recent letter he says: "I suffered, for years with liver complaint, causing me severe pains and a peculiar weakness across the small of my back, so that it was hard to stoop, and sometimes very painful to walk about, 1 had used so much medicine without deriving any help that 1 just let it go, until a neighbor was cured by Peruna. That led to my using it, and before 1 had used ten bottles I. was cured. I consider it al- most miraculous*"Granville M. Hoy. CATARRoff H is liable to attack any organ, o the. human body." Many cases kidneyJ liver and bladder diseases which1=^baffle the doctor's skill are but catarrh: of-one or both of these, organs. Th&t Peruna ia a cure for .such cases the accompanying letters show. Mr. W. L. Butler, 1628 Belleview. Ave., Kansas City, Mo., Secretary and Treas urer of the O." R C. of America, writes: "There is nothing like Peruna for liver and bladder trouble. A number of rail road men have used it when they were broken- down from the constant strain which they are obliged to undergo," and were greatly benefited by its use. - - I have used it frequently for myself and family and would not be without it for the world."W. L. Butler. Mr. Wm. R. Lewis, 2133 H street, W. Washington, D. C , Assistant Steward of the .Metropolitan CJu'b, writes: "I began taking Peruna last isummer for stomach trouble and catarrh of the 'bladder, and as it. seemed to relieve me some I kept on taking it for two months and I con sider myself cured. I rejoice that I gave this medicine a trial."Wm. R. Lewis. If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Peruna, write at once" to Or. Hartman, giving a full statement of your case, and he will be pleased to give youjhis valuable ad vice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. ST. ANTHONY PARK Women with pale, colorless faces, -who feel weak and discouraged, will receive lwth mental and bodily vigor by using Carter's Iron Pills, which are made for the blood, nerves and complexion. GOT TO GO. Men of Family Must Worit, Sick or Well. Good "food and the right kind will carry a man through almost anything. Com menting on the power of Grape-Nuts, an Oakland wife writes of the experience of r her ..husband. "Two years ago my husband had the pneumonia, which left him in a sad condi tion, unable to work for several months. .The doctor said he would have to be very careful or it would turn into consump tion. - - "We have a large family, and ne must work, sick or well. Hearing that Grape Nuts was the strongest nourishing food we could find, he began on the food with one egg, which would be all he could eat for breakfast. "He left home at 4:30 every morning even days in the week, and after two years' continued use of, the food he is a well man. Even the cough has left him that troubled him so long after his sick ness. "Our youngest child, a boy of 4%, was t very delicate baby. As soon as he could eat anything we started him on Grape .Nuts, and he has grown to be a large fChildi taking a suit for a boy 6 years old. .jtJJe is a very bright, strong, intelligent "lioy." Name given by Postum Co., Battle * j Creek, Mich. ' Ask the cook to show you the recipe hook in, the package of Grape-Nuts. D. c. The Reading circle met with Mrs Martin this week. Mrs. F. M. Rule entertained the Ladles' Aid society of the Central Methodist church at a picnic dinner Thursday. The Methodist Ladles' Aid society met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Klenhalz. Mrs. J. R. Mason entertained the Ladies' society c the Congregational church Tues day. , Miss Helen Oilman Is spending the. sum mer at St. Cloud. - Mr. and Mrs. Lewis are In Wisconsin. Mrs. Helen Corwyn and Mrs. Cecilia Graffe, of Lancaster, Ohio, - who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hunter, are now visit ing Mr. and Mrs. Friend Brace of Bayliss avenue. Mrs. J. P. Buchem is entertaining Mrs. M. E. Schier of Bentor Harbor, Mich. '".'-. Mrs. Frank Rule and Miss Lulu Rule leave Saturday for Faribault and Mankatb for. a visit of two weeks. Rev. W- C. Sage is at the Red Rock camp meeting. Mrs. Mary Todd, who has been visiting In the Park, ha3 returned to Chicago. .. Miss Julia Llsdale is spending a few weeks in Chicago. Dayton' Condlt is fishing at Shell Lake with a group of youDg men. Julius Wolener has returned from a year at Faribault. ' "George Barnuin Is at Spring ParK. ' ' Robert Polk and Will Matschke are at Shell Lake for the summer. Mrs. Meek and family are at White Bear Lake for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Matschke are visiting in Duluth. ~ Mrs. W. W. Clark entertained Saturday evening in'honor of her son, Wyckoff Clark. ' Miss Blanche Valentine, from Smith. col lege, and James Alden Valentine, who hasers just graduated from Yale, -are guests of Professor and Mrs. Henry Baker., Mrs. Gardiner Blake was a guest of Mrs. S. B. Green Monday. . Miss Haecker goes to Spirit Lake next week.. Dean and Mrs. Liggett, with Mies Gladys Liggett, are at Benson, their summer home. - Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mcintosh return nejjt week from Boston, Maps. . . Professor and Mrs. S.: B. "Green Jeave Tues day for visits in. Michigan, Massachusetts and R-hodS .Island. '.":,: ' . r : . '' .^ s ' '"''' :A I Mrs. Duvall Polk will entertain & large number of her friends at a picnic dinner on TEL,, I I, Hai l 2599. The Fourth, a t Como. This evening at Como the Minnesota State band will play iTetra's new overture, "The Magic Fountain." The program will Include Uhe "Triumph March" from Verdi's "Alda" and the charming paraphrase on "Loreley." A selection from the English op?ra -success,. 'Florodora," will aiso be played. To-morrow, the Fourth, th* baid will give two concerts, afternoon and evening. The music will be largely patriotic, as will be noticed from the general' line of the selec tions: "Hail to the Spirit of Liberty," "Tone Pictures of the North and South," "Recol lections of the War," "America For Ever." The programs will close with Thiele's "American Republic," one of the greatest patriotic marehes ever written. WOMEN'S MAGAZINKS The Woman's Home Companion for July is a .patriotic number and there are articles on "The First Declaration of Independence" by Rheta Childe 'Dorr "The (Death Throes of the Confederacy," by Captain Joseph Ham ilton and "The Independence Hall of To- day," by Laadon. Knight. The stories are by JoeLin'coin, Cyrus Towneend Brady, Will N. Harben and Onoto Watanna. W. G. Bow doln writes of J. G. (Brown, the painter, and bis old people, and Ernest Harold' Baynes takes his readers on a. little Journey'to the woods and "field's. Josephine Wright Chap man, the woman architect, gives some sug gestions for the making of a country home, and Meredith Nugeht tells the "boys bow to make a "high fly" kite. There are the usual household and fashion departments, and the whole is "in. a cover very suggestive of the Fourth-of July. ^ - :\ Henry van Dyke writes of "The Strenuous Life for Girls" in thesJuly (Harper's Bazar.of Robert J. : Burdett e give hi s views pn the t discussed Question "Have Womeira Sense of Humor?" iMyra Lee Wheeler te\\g: how the orioles .build. The. fiction is by JBHzabfltb G. Jordan arid E. Nesbit and there-are practical articles by Anna Wentworth Sears, Ada Sterling, Marian Wheeler and -Margaret Ham ilton Welch. Josephine Grenler presents sev eral pages on preserves, jellies and Jams, and there are suggestions for gowns for all occasions for the summer girl. The New Idea for July contains a gener ous installment of midsummer fashions with suggestions for vacation . entertainments. There are stories by Elizabeth Newport Hep turn, Gullelma -Zollinger, iMary Gibson and Elliott Flower. ^Helpful hints for housekeep aid mothers'crowd the pages. The ledger Monthly for July has an- inter- esting collection of illustrated feature arti cles, stories and: househol d miscellany.* Mi\- dred L 'McNeal writes-ot a journey,toXabra- . dor and Rev. (Egerton R. 'Young of ^AJ^UB-^ slonary and His /Dogs in the Wild'"North ' west!" ii ...:j-,.'. "'The Sunshtee*KBu'ilftin for June, the organ" oT'tte.f?i e*infttlonar Sunshine society,'.con- tains the repbrts of the annual.meeting. - In addition there are bits of gossip about the Sunshine people and any number of pretty fashions ttr eUtatoer gowns. - - WALL PAPER, Painting and Decorating. i . C . E. Taylor& Co.,61 2 NicolletAvi Themjaih Guild's Peerless Bottled The Beer of Good Cheer is always the highest and never varies. It is always pure and is the favorite brand among good judges. Sold in best places. JOHN GUND BREWING COMPANY, LaCrosse, Wis. C. BEUCK, Mgr. Mpls. Branch, fi%ytZYcpa%s.of Minneapolis, Minn. Tel. N. W. 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