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~f?SATTJBTJAY EVENING- vFTJfc Y 12, - 1902. *i^SFS-&& THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL:^
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I n SocialCirclesPatille.
Dr. und Mrs. J*. _. Bradley announce the
engagement of their daughter, Mary lea
belle, and DT. Don P. Fitzgerald. The wed
ding will take place In September.
Mr. and 'Mrs Henry J Lewis ot 2128 Hen
*epm boulevard announce the engagement Of
their daughter, Jane Georgians, and William
Fremont Morley of iNew York city.
Mrs J. L. Griffith announces the engage
ment of her daughter, Miss Mabel C. Grif
fith, and Calvin F. iRice. The wedding will
take place in the fall
gfiss Ada Daniels gave a matinee party
this afternoon ait the Metropolitan theater
in honor of 'Miss Grayce Rector, a bride of
pest week. Ten young women were enter
tained and after ithe play ices and light re
freshments were served at Dorner's.
Mias Jane Jeter gave a dinner last evening
lr. honor of the fifth anniversary of the mar
riage of Mr. and Mrs. John Blackmer. Cov
ers wer laid for twelve and the decorations
were sweet peas and maidenhair ferns.
An Informal dancing party was given last
eveniEg in Johnson hall by the 'North. High
School Athletic association. The hall was
decorated with flowers and flags and a large
(roup f young people enjoyed the program,
Mrs. J. L. Brown of 407 Second street SJ^
entertained yesterday afternoon for MrB. Wil
liam Stevens of Sioux City, who is the. guest
of .Mrs. iL.. IE. Quint. The floral decorations
were sweet peas, carnations, gladioli! and
terns. (Progressive euchre was played and
light refreshments were 6erved from the
small tables, tin the evening Mr. and Mrs.
'Brown gave a dinner of twelve covers.
Rev. W. ' Wilkinson entertained at lunch
eon for Dr. Graham Bell Wednesday. Dr.
Michael Sadler, who lived in the same coun
ty In England that Mr. Wilkinson did, was
also a guest, of honor. The others at table
were Messrs. Heap, Booth, Chr_ty, Hector
Baxter, and Professor Folwell.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gray entertained Dr.
Addison Poland of 'Newark, N. J., at dinner
Tuesday evening at the West hotel.
The marriage of Miss 'M. Ingalls of Aus
tin, 'Minn., and W- - Odell of 'Minneapolis,
took place 'last evening at the home of the
lride' erister In Winona. The service was
lead toy Rev. C. N. iMoller of Christ church.
(Mr. and Mrs. Odell will make their home in
The wedding of Mies Clara J. 'Larson and
jKesmHh P. 'Nelson of Washington, .-' C ,
was solemnized Tuesday evening at the home
f the bride's mother, 2107 Twenty-seventh
venue S. Miss Selma 'Nelson played the
"Lohengrin" bridal chorus. Miss Luella M.
ILarsen was maid of honor and Walter F.
Xiarsen was jbest man. The service was read
by Rev*. G. H. Gamble. The bride wore her
traveling gown of navy blue cloth, a white
hat and carried ibrlde roses. Mr. and Mrs.
Nelson left Wednesday evening for Wash
ington, D. C , where they will be at home
_tfter Aug. 1.
Miss Seraphia Prim entertained informally
Tuesday evening In honor-of Mis* Mary Ha
vens of iDes iMoines. Saturday Miss Havens,
who Is visiting" Mr. and Mrs. Featherman
of Twelfth avenue S, was the guest of honor
st an outin'g at Fort Snelling, given by Miss
P e r s o n a l a n d Social.
Bewail Andrews is taking the lake trip.
Dr. A. A. Circler has returned from Cali
Mrs. M. A. Ganley and son are visiting in
Miss Lilian Hoyt of 3112 Portland avenue,
is visiting in Milwaukee.
Bruce Sykes left last evening for a vacation
trip to the Pacific coast.
C. H. Lloyd -has gone to New York and
will remain until about Aug. 1.
i Miss Louise Beck of Brie, Pa., Is the, guest'
ofHer 'sister, "Mrs.- M. FYedei: " " * *-"
Charles J. Davis arid J. H. Brown, Jr., have
gone to Buffalo for a few days.
Miss Anna Larson leaves this evening for
Prentiss, Wis., to visit relatives.
John C. Dickinson of Holyoke, Mass., is the
idlest of his father, John W. Dickinson!
Max Bentson and daughter,. Bertie, leave
this evening for a business and pleasure trip
Miss Alma 'Young and Barle Young, from
Virginia, are visiting the Misses efist on
Park avenue. - .. -
The Wiener Glee club will give a steamer
excursion down the river to-morrow. The
froat leaves Minnehaha at 9 a. m. and St.
CECIL RHODES' WILL
P r o v i d e s f o r P r o p e r F o o d f o r
. . '. S t u d e n t s .
Cecil Rhodes in .his late will left a be
quest of $50 000 for the Improvement of
the high table for resident Fellows and
tutors at Oriel'College,'Oxford.
"I am rejoiced to find that one million
aire has at last "given some thought to'
the question of dietetics in educational
Institutions," says Elizabeth Cady Stan
ton in the 'New York Journal.
"One of the crying evils of our schools,
colleges and universities is the bad sys
tem employed in feeding growing boys
Students, above all other classes, need
plenty o f good, well-cooked food and a
happy state. of mind in anticipation of
their various meals.
Dyspepsia is one of the common dis
eases among the literary classes, and the
foundation for this prevalent ailment is
laid in our colleges and seminaries. Of
what' avail is a knowledge of art, science,
philosophy and government when health
Is teriouEly undermined?"
~ All this comes from ignorance as to the
kind of food element the body must have
to supply the dally loss from brain work.
Bacon, meat, potatoes, white bread and
coffee absolutely will not keep a hard
brain worker well. A food expert per
fected a perfect food for brain workers.
Not only in the schools, but in the home
should the food be looked after. The
necessity of selecting food to 3upply
proper -nutrition to replace the daily
waste of tissue of brain and nerves is of
the greatest importance. ', - -
Grape-Nuts is the Ideal food for young
and old who use- the brain actively the
diastase of the grains being perfectly de
veloped and the starch transformed into
grape sugar In the most perfect manner.
- In this condition Grape-Nuts is ready
to be quickly absorbed into the blood and
tissue without taxing the intestinal di
gestive machinery. The phosphate of pot
ash found in the cereals is. retained, and
this, wifrh the albumen, supplies the ele
ments - required to build .the gray'matter
in brain and nerve-centers.
Dr. Max Groszman of New. York city,
recently.called the attention of.the Board
of Education to the fact that "pupils of
the defective^ class are apt to be weak
physically, temporary aberrations are
often mistaken for real... defects, .when
they are only symptoms of physical
growth, of indigestion or other maladies.
Indigestion has been responsible for. more
than one falsehood, and its . cure has
often been followed by a return to truth-
In its predlgested form, the daily use
of Grape-Nuts or the cereal part of tttg
meal, aids digestion, nourishes the body,
tones up the nervous system and quick
ens the mental faculties..
Coffee should also be banished, for it
unnaturally stimulates the brain and
nerves so that proper nutrition is inter
fered with and they cannot get sufficient
rest to take the food needed for the work
they must do frpm day to day. For the
morning beverage, Postum Food Coffee
should be used in. place of coffee.
Let the daily breakfast,.particularly at
this time of the year, consist of Grape-
* Nuts and cream, a little fruit, a cup of
Postum Food Coffee, sbme whole wheat
'bread and possibly one" of two soft-boiled
eggs. It is impossible to make one be
lieve what a wonderful change in health,
strength, comfort and ability conies in
ten days after quitting wrong food and
liYlfig on scientifically selected food.
Pau at 10 a. m., for Lake St. Croix, where,
ther will be prise contests, The return to St.
will be made at 9 p. m.
"Mrs J. L. McCulloch and her daughter,
Miss Marion A. McCulloch, have gone east
tor a month's visit.
Mlfis Blisabetih Knappen left last evening
for Isle Royale to spend two weeks with
Miss Frances Andrews.
Olympia hive, L. O. T. M., will give an ice
cream social Tuesday evening at Fifteenth
street and Park avenue.
Mrs. F. T. Shartle and son' of New York
oity are spending the month with Mrs. Shar
tle s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. John
Riverside lodge, Nft. m. I- O.Q. T., will
have a talent social in Simonsoti's hall Mon
uay. An excellent program has been pre
Mrs. A. Harter and son. Ralph Henry, of
Lone Rock, Wis., are guests of Mrs. Barter's
sister, Mrs. Henry Emerson of Bloomingtou
Mrs. L. L. Sutherland and daughter.. Mise
Juliet ubok, have returned from Wellesiey
college, Mass. Miss Cook was one of this
Mrs. 1). K. Carter and daughters, Hazel and
Maud, of Jasper, Ala, are visiting Mrs.
Carter's brother, Cnarlea A*. King, of 2*64
Miss Laura Sykes of Clifton avenue will re
turn trom Brooklyn to-morrow. She will be
accompanied by MISS Jessie Trube of ha&i-
Mrs. Olla M. Bixby of Denver was called
to Minneapolis last week by tne illness of
her muihur, who died this'morning, and Is at
the family home, , 8 _ Fourteenth avenue S.
Mrs. J. D. Chase and daughter, Stella, of
Gienwood Park, left last evening for Seattle,
where they will spend the next two mouths
with Mrs. Chase's sister, Mrs! _ila K. Lowell.
Mrs. Joel Huntoon, formerly of Albert Lea,
wun her daughters, Annie and wclen, is
spending the summer with her brotaer,
Charles A. Hall, 2i'16 University avenue s_.
Mrs. Justine Shannon Black of Duluth has
been secured to sing with the Wooowaid
quartet and chorus m the First Baptist
church ana will make her first appearance
Miss Beatrice "Weller of 'Nashua, Iowa, is
the guest of her sister. Mrs. G. B. Willett, 515
Fil'teenm avenue SE-. Miss Weller will go to
BrooKlyn the last of August to attend rratc
Miss Giselle D'Ungtr of Chicago, editor and
publisher of the Princess, and a prominent
ember of the Illinois Woman's Press Asso
ciation, is the guest ol Mrs. '. E. Hansen,
3Q45 Stevens avenue.
Minneapolis people at New York hotels are
as follows: Plaza, W, Gresham, Jr., Mrs. B".
G. Crosby Ashland, Miss G. Funk Everett,
B. Crocker Grand Union, F. S: Caay Belvi
dere, i_. G. _ohi. J. Carlson Manhattan, T.
K Byrnes Sturtevant, W. J. Wilson Hoff
man, R. O. Foster, O. L. Keidel.
The Kenilworth club entertained forty
young people Wednesday evening at the home
of Mr. Raymond on Stevens avenue.. Supper
was. served on the lawn and games \jie
played. A program was given by the Im
perial quartet, Mabel C. l/lrickeon, Max O.
Cole, Harlie ahl, Theodore Payette, Sue M.
Daniels and Mabel Matson.
The Young Matrons' club held its regular
meeting at Minnehaha Falls yesterday aft
ernoon. They were entertained "at supper.
Covers were laid for twenty-four, and a
pleasant even ins 'was enjoyed.
Levi BUtler W. R. C: will have its next
regular meeting Wednesday.: The sewing so
ciety will meet with Mrs. Kate Huntington,
629 Fourth street S, Tuesday. Mrs. Miners
Manley, president of the corps, is very ill.
The territorial Pioneer Woman's club will
meet Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. at the Nicollet
hotel parlors to make further arrangements
for Its fair and the state fair work.
The local courts of the W. C. O. F. hart
a picnic at Minnehaha Falls to-day. The
visiting members and friends of the N. E. A.
were entertained at a basket lunch at 12
Following the very successful outing of
the Irnmanuel Baptist Sunday school at the
Baptist Assembly grounds, possession' was
taken by the young ladies of the Olivet Bap
tist Sunday school. They returned to the
elty &>-da after _ stay of one week. Next
week a class of forty girls from Riverside
chapel will (arrive. The class will foe in
char'ge of 'their teacher, C V. Smith, and
will toe chaperoned Tby "Mrs. W. B. McCord
iri'd Mi3 Eva iMcCord. Mrs. Ei C. Whitney
and famiily, Mrs. S. I! Towers and Mrs. J.
C. Buckbee and family, will tent On the
assembly grounds during Che last part of
July and August The Baptist summer as
sembly, Aug. 7-26, promises, from the pres
ent heavy demand for Cents and space, to be
the most successful of the assemblies so far
' /Mr. and /Mrs. (George Harrison, of Cottage
wood are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Slsson and Frank Arnold of Galeeburg.
Messrs. Sisson and Arnold 'have 'beetn ait
tending the "Beta Theta (Pi conventioniat Ho
tel St. Louie. !Mr. and Mrs. Harrison iwill
give a dinner of twelve covers In honor of
their guests this evening.
Mrs. iC] fi. Hulbert of Minnetonka Beach
entertained twenty-flye women with a Crip
of the lakes yesterday afternoon. Luncheon
was served on board: The affair was one
of a series of 'boating parties which Mrs.
Hulbert Is (giving on the Victor: ' - )
Mr. and iMrs.. Elijah (Barton of Mound re
cently entertaiihed Mr. - Barton's relatives at
a family reunion. There were present at the
gathering Dr. and Mrs. iG. iC. Barton, John
C.'Barton and ifamlly, W. P. Barton and
family, C. . A. Barton and family, W. H.
Bohn and family of 'Minneapolis 'Humphrey
Barton of St. Paul, "Mrs. W. 'B. udley and
children, Mrs. W. M, WaCt and children of
Yakima, 'Wash., and Dr. J. F. Barton of the
Curnberland Valley normal school, Pennsyl
vania. Dr. J. F. Barton will remain'till
September. '-'- '
An 'N E. A. party of twenty ladles visited
the lake Thursday, chartered Che MUlaquata
and made a tour of the upper and lower
lakes,.stopping at Buena Vista for lunch. In
the party iwresMrs.
Arthur Downing and
Master 'Harold Downing, Fremont, HI. Ji)-
dtth 'Pehner, Bloomlngton, 111. Clementine
Jacobs, Mattie D: Jacobs, Guttewburg, Iowa
'Rose Bannon, Charleston, Iowa KaCe E. Mat
thews, Jessie Jones, Salem, Iowa Annie E.
Packer, A. H. Packer, Mt. Pleasant, iowa
Frances E. Spry, Grace IE. Daugherty, Ma
rion, Iowa Several Minneapolis ladies were
also included in the party..-
Miss 'Fannie Jerome Abbott and J. Theor
dore Keven of (Minneapolis were married
Wednesday evening at the "home of the
bride's parents, Abbotsvold, near Excelsior.
Little Mildred Bardwell was Che flower girl
and Master (Welty of utte,- Mont., carried
the ring. The wedding march was (played by
Mica iSwanson of 'Chicago and Wev. Q. A.
Traut read the service. Mr. and Mrs. Keven
left for a wedding trip, after which they
will'be at home In Minneapolis.
The .preparations the EpJworth League
annual picnic, to ibe held at Camp' EpwotCh,.
'Lakfr Mtnnetonke, July IS, go. merrily on,
and the program o t sports will be. ready for
dlstributlQn among Che young people. .next
week.-r-The feature /which is oedhg looked
forward to with the greatest interest is the
baseball game between the Methodist min
isters, captained by 'Rev. Donald (McKenzte,
pastor of the Twenty.-fourth Street church,
and the leaguers, captained by JWalCer S.
Jamierson - of Trinity league. Dr^ P.- 'A. Cool^
of Fowler pchurch and Dr..J. S. Montgomery
of Wesley Kshniijch -wlli lappear on the dla
njond as field- captain and umpire respec
-: The annual pientc of the Ladles! Social cir
cle of the (Church of Che Redeemer Trill be
held fwith Mrs. ', J Stoft at Soltoerg's Point
Wednesday. The members will go out on
the train leaving the St. Louts station at 930
o'cloekl,','~ *-: , .. - . C C ' . T . V
There iwill b the regular Saturday evening
hop (at Hotel (Lake Park, *and the' Bijou or
chestra will play Chis evening. .. ^ r
The 'formal opening ball at the White
House was held Thursday evening. It proved
to Jae one of the happiest affairs of the sea
son, , and was a pleasant beginning of what
promises to be a gay season at this popular
hotel. The ballroom was handsomely dee
orated with the flowers of* the season1
sweet. peas predominated. The porches' and
grounds were bung with many gaily colored
Japanese lanterns. Music was furnished by
Williams' orchestra, which has been en
gaged for the summer season at Che hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanderson bad arranged the
party for the guests of the hotel and their
immediate friends, and the result was a se
lect and congenial company. During the
evening frappe was served by a group of
young ladies in a flower-decked recess ad
joining the ballroom. These , weekly hops
promise to be exceedingly pbpular with the
hotel guests the coming season.
The ladies of St. Martha's guild of Trinity
chapel, Excelsior, are making elaborate
preparations for their annual lawn fete which
will be held on the grounds of the White
House, Tuesday afternoon and evening.
Among the features will be the country store,
modeled after the one at the Elks' fair, and
a typical country postoffice. There will be a
professional palmist and a magician. A first
class orchestra has been secured for the aft
ernoon and evening. The fancy work which
will be on exhibition will be well worth
going to see. The boats will make special
trips to enable visitors from other points on
the lake to attend.
The ladle, of the Congregational church of
Excelsior are arranging a lawn fete'and
bazaar to be given on the grounds of the
Hotel La Paul, Tuesday, July 22, afternoon
and evening. The ladies are planning a num
ber of features that will prove novel and
interesting, and there will be music during
the afternoon and evening. ^ -
The Mnemosyne club had a picnic yester
day at the summer home of Mrs. Fred R.
Salisbury at Big Island.v
Present were Mmes.
Bert Rose, George T. Loehl, F. Armstrong,
Graber, James Pye, H. M. Daniel,
Henry Barrows, Desmond, Misses Lane and
L a k e Gossip.
F. G. Pettis visited friends at Wayzata
J. Guilford and family moved inCo their cot
tago on Lake Lagdon this week.
Mrs. Thayer ot Minneapolis is visiting Jier
father and son at the Kalarama.
Miss Clara Kingsbury of Ashtabula, Ohio,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. O. C. De Groodt.
Mrs^ James B. Patterson, three children and
nurse will be at Mound lake until September.
Mr, and Mrs. Fred Barton are visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. James Barton of Breezy
Mrs. S. L. Lamberson (has 'been called to
Lansing, Iowa, by the death of her sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred N. Morrill of New York
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heywood
Miss Ross and Miss Mary Ross of Wilkes
barre, Pa., are visiting W. H. Bogart and
family at Mound.
Miss Lois Crane of -Colorado Springs is
spending the summer with Jier uncle, H. L.
Crane, at Christmas lake.
Miss Bessie Benedict, Minneapolis, and Miss
Oralee Benedict of Chicago are spending the
week at the Kalarama cottage.
Mrs. John C. Winchester of Boston is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. George F. Taylor, at
the Baptist assembly grounds.
Miss Edith Cook of Minneapolis is spend7
ing a week at Sunny Gables, Christmas Lake,
the guest of Mrs. M. S. Thurber.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Townsend and son of
Minneapolis are spending a few days with Dr.
and 'Mrs. F. 'B. Krenier at Birch Bluff.
Mrs. William E. Albee has returned from a
European trip and has joined Mr. Albee at
their cottage in Hanson Grove, Excelsior.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shearley, Miss Anna
Sherman and H. JE. IHenran of New Hamp
shire arrived at 'Hotel St. Louis yesterday.
Mis3' Currier's mother and sister have re
turned frwmiRiver Falls, Wis., and are at the
Kalaratoa for the remainder of the summer.
G. M Blsbee and little daughter Vera ot
Minneapolis are spending the summer at Ma
ple Knoll, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will
N.' Scott. . ' -
Mr. and iMrs. O. Z. Wellman and S. T.
Oviatt of Brush-Creek, Iowa, were the guests
of Or. E. :R. Perkins and Frank Perkins the
Mrs. A. H Wagigener, son and daughter, of
Chicago, came out to attend the Abbott wed
ding and are spending a lew days at the
Miss Emma Mu,ler
s o l conCralto in the
Fifth Avenue Baptist church. New York, is
spending a few weeks with her sister, Mrs.
John-Cluck, at her summer home at Llnwood.
'A. BSMiller, Jr., and his ^lass^of boys from
Riverside chapel are .camping on the Pabody
property on Smithtown Bay. They will return
to the city Monday after an outing of two
jars. H. Lang and Miss Ada Lang of St.
Louis, Mr. and/Mrs. Ralph C. Cowle and
Thomas Hutchinson of Minneapolis are among
the new permanent guests at the Bartlett
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Carr and maid W. C.
Neidringhans, Beattrice M. Theo, Leonora C.
Nagle, Anna C. Matthews arid Wm. Buhland
are St. Louis people who registered at the
Chapman House during the week. "
Mrs. J. Fournier, Misses MoNeil. M. Kro
nenberg, B. "McConnell, G. Byrne, Messrs. J.
|R. Cornnlff, J. K. Byrne and Nicholas Bauer
arrived from New Orleans, La., yesterday and
are at Hotel St. (Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bousfleld entertained a
group of St. Paul friends with a.ride in their.,
launch on the Fourth. The guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Schuneman, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert R. Hall and Walter Mayo.
Mr. and Mrs. J: J. Gerber have closed their
lake cottage for a while and returned to the
city. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Na
gel were guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Gerber and
Mrs. Nagel remained for the .-week.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Chapman are spending
an - Mrs . O.' S. Chapman Mr. an d Mrs .
Hy L Moore and Miss Edith Moore have been
guests of. Dr. and. Mrs. Chapman and Miss
Edna Chapman. v
Mrs. W. C. .Brown, New York 'Mrs. Cleg
horn, Chicago Miss Bertha Brown, New
York Miss Anna Speed and Kellogg Speed,
Chicago, arrived at Hotel St, 'Louis yester
day and rwere guests tat the .ball given at the"
Minnetonka clubhouse. '
L. E. Wakeman's gasolene launch, built at
Detroit, Mich., will arrive at Wayzata to-day
and 'will be launched at the Moore boatworks.
The launch will be named the Annette, after
Mr. Wakeman's little daughter. *Mr. Wake
man "has purchased Che Updegraff cottage.
Among the recent arrivals at the Buena
Vista are: IMr. and Mrs. Bert Sacre and child,
Miss Jean Wakeman, Mrs. Mitchell and
daughter, Dr. H-uesltn of .Minneapolis L. B.
Wakeman and daughter Annette of St. Cloud
Dr. Ulrich and another, Newfcurgh, N. Y.
Mrs. Powell. St. Cloud.
The following parties have engaged rooms
at Buena Vista: Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Barry,
Mrs. W. B. McCord, Miss Eva McCord, Mia*
Eleanor A. Thomas. Mr. and 'Mrs. M. R.
Drennen, Mr and Mrs. John McNaught, Min
neapolis Mrs. Josephine C. Temi, Green
castle, Ind. Major J. H. Marshal, San Fran
.Recent arrivals at the White House are:
Mrs. Harry M. iRutoey, IMiss Miary Jtuibey,
Macon, Tldo. D. T Berzoiet, 'W. M Booth,
D. T. Jones, Indianapolis Mrs. W. Shearer,
De .Moines H. tD. Plerson. New York A.
von Schlegell, Charles Knoblauch, Louise
Knoblauch, Mrs. O. S. Chapman, iMiss Chap
man, Mr. and Mrs. H. 'L. Moore, Miss Moore,
Mr. and Mrs. H. J"DilIman, Mr. and Mrs.
J H. Dunn, (Minneapolis.
Recent arrivals at Northland Inn, .Wayzata,
are Dr. J. S. Macule, P. E. Potter, H.
Mitchell, Ernest Kennedy, Minneapolis H. S.
Jones, Mrs. .E. A. Clifford, St. Paul Miss
Sessions, Miss Carrie Sessions, Utica. N. Y.
Elizabeth M. Greaker. Helen W. Boyden Chi
cago. All the rooms in the inn are now full
so that it has been found necessary to build
extra cottages to be used as sleeping rooms
by the guests. One of these cottages is now
ready for occupancy arid others will'be com
pleted in. a few days. l_
' Miss Gertrude Luce of Owatonna is a guest
of Mrs. George Smitten.
Mr. and Mrs.' Madlgan are at White Bear
Lake for Che remainder, of the summer.
Miss Frances McCoy will go to, Mankato
for the summer-
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Crandall gave a family
party Friday on their thirty-fifth wedding
Mts. Labm and the Misses Lahm have gone
to Long Lake.
Mrs. R. H. Downing has returned from a
visit Co her' daughter at White Earth.
Mrs- C. P. Eastman entertained the G. F.
C. Euchre cluh Thursday afternoon.
A number of the Merriam Park young .ladles
Bpebt Friday at Hazel Park a s .guests of
Mrs. W. W. Dunn. - -
Mr. and Mrs. Haldeman of Hamline have
moved'to 459 Wheeler avenue, Merriam Park.
Miss Nannie Muckle is visiting at St. Paul
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Muckle have been visit
ing at Langdon.
Mrs. C. J. Humason is spending a few weeks
with Mrs. Harry Humason at Wacouta.
Mrs. C. S. Cowles has returned from her
summer home near Red Wing.
Mrs. A. T. Blgelow gave a reception Fri
Three straight and' 'opes of more, was
the record of the local band of pigskin
toasers at the close of yesterday's game
with Kansas City.
K. c. ' Mpls.
Lynch cf .
Lally It .
Phyle 3b .
Byers c .
Grant 2b .
..1 ..0 ..2 ..2 ..1 ..0
P a l l 3 9
5 2 2 1
a 0 2 0 1 3 0 2 3.
e (1 0
2 0 1 1 0
Lewee ss ..0 1
Nance cf ...0 3
Grady 3b ...0 0
Smith If ....1 2
Rothfuss lb..2 8
.Theil rf 1 5
Seville c ...1 2
vlcBride 2b. .0 -1
Volf p ...$ 2
Totals ....8 27 11 ' t Totals .,..9 24 13 10
Minneapolis. .-.-.1 0 3 0 1 0 1 3 '9
Kansas City ..I......0 1 1 i 1 0 0 0.04
Earned runs, Minneapolis 1, Kansas City 1
two-base hits, Wilmot, Phyle, Wolfe passed
balls, Beville bases on balls, oft Sporer 6
hit by pitched ball, by Wolfe, Lynch struck
out, by Sporer 5, by Wolfe," 1 stolen bases,
Lynch, Rothfuss, Nance sacrifice hits, Lally,~
Byers, McBrlde, Rothfuss, Smith left on
bases, Minneapolis 5, Kansas City 2. Time,
1:50. Umpire, Figgemeier. ,
Chaugre i n t h e S c h e d u l e .
The last game of the series between the
millers and the Kansas City team will be
played to-morrow afternoon, at Minpehaha
ball park. By a change in the schedule the
series with Milwaukee will open Monday af
ternoon, continuing Tuesday and Wednesday*
The millers will be on the road Thursday.
The brewers couldn't connect "with Fer
guson's delivery yesterday. The saints
jolted McMackin hard enough tq win. The
! ' :
''"Milw'kee. h p a e
Halman rf. 2 1
Clinginari ss 1 0
Dunganlf .. 1 1
McBride cf.. 1 3
Runkle lb.. 1 13
Dillard 3b ..
Kelley lb ..
Hurley c ..
Lynch ss ...
0 13 1
3 1 0
1 5 3
1 2 1
0 2 3
1 1 6
Schiebeck 2b 0 0
M'A'd'ws 3b 1 5 3
Cross c 1 1 1
McMackin p 0 0 1
Totals ... 9 27 15 3 r Totals ... 8 24 15 1
St. Paul .,........,..( 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 *5
Milwaukee ........ .tf 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 03
Earned runs', St, Paul ~3, Milwaukee 2 two-St
base hit, Clingman three-base bit, Lumley
home run, Cogah ' sacrifice hits, Shannon,'
Huggins stolen base Sheibeck first-base' on
balls, off- McMiackln 1 . first base op errors^
St. Paul 1, Milwaukee 3 hit by pitcher, by
McMackin," Dillard left on bases. St. Paul 5,
Milwaukee 5 struck out. by Ferguson .2, by
McMackin 1 double plays, Lynch to.Hug
gins to Kelley Cross" to Runkle to McAn-.
drews time^ 1:31 upmplre, Foreman , attend
ance 812. *.:-.:.
the home team and
ance, 1,400. Score
Columbus, h p a
Hart cf ... . 0 2 0
Wheeler ss 2 3 2
Grim lb ... 0 10 0
McFarlan rf 0 1 0
Turner 3b . . 1 0 5
r^bn handily. Attend-
Lou'ville. h p
Clymer cf .. 1 4
Bonner 2b . . 1 3 5
Ganzel lb .. 3 15 0
Flournoy If 0 0 0
Tannehil ss 0 I t
Gannon rf.. 1 1 0
Schauh 3b.. 3 2 8
Schriver c '.. 0 1 3
Dunkle p ... 1 0 2 0
Totals ... 5 24 12 1 Totals ...10 27 16 V
Columbus .: ....0j 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
LpulsviUe ...........0 .lv 1 .0 .0 0 1 0 "*3
Stolen bases, Wheeler, Spies (who ran for
Ganzel), Schaub two-base hit, Bonner three
base hit, Knoll sacrifice hits, Wheeler, Cly
mer struck out, by Thomas 3, by Dunkle 1
bases on .balls,' off Thomas 2, off Dunkle 2
time, 1:40 umpire, Francis.
Toledo, July 12.Toledo lost the game
by loose playing in-the seventh inning. Up
to that time Indianapolis was unable to
bit Mock. Score:
Toledo. h p a e
Hennessy lf.1 1 0 ^ Hogriever ?f.l
Owens ss ...2
Meaney rf ..2
Smith 3b ....2
Gilks cf .....0
Kleinow o ,-.1
Mock p ... .1
1 0 d.-fl
0 12 1 "0
Ind'apolls. b p a e
Kubns~lf ...2. 5
Sheehan 3b ..1 1
Kihm lb :,..l 8
O'Brien ss . .3 2
Fox 2b ......1 1
Coulter c f . .0
0.0 1 1"
OfMatthews. c.O 8
Kellum p . .2 0
Totals ^v-.M 27-13 3 r.:Totals ..1127 7,.l
Toledo ...'^..^'^r.jjit'O' 0, 0 0 3 0 0. 0-4
Indianapolis ,,.,..,.,.0_0, 1^, .0 0 1 6 0 08
Earned runs, "Toledo 4, Indianapolis'1 two
base hits, Burns, Meaney, ^-KTeinow, Smith,
Kellum, O'Brien, Fox, Hogrieyer , home run,
Owens passed ball, Kleinow bases on balls,
off Mock 1, off Kellum 1 bases on hit by
pitched balls, off Mock 3 struck out, by Mock
1, by Kellum 6 sacrifice hits, Burns, Gilks,
Sfieehah,'Kellum. -Time, 1:45. Umpire, Tin
dill. Attendance,. 1,000.
B a s e b a l l - B r e v i t i e s . - * '
Wilmot's men are Improving steadily In the
bunt, in base running and in the hit and run
Mile Lynch is one of Che luckiest run get
ters in the ibusiness. He had -three scores
yesterday for one hit. Incidentally, Lynch
gets many of 'his runs b good work on the
Willie Phyle, iwas decidedly at horife with
the willow. He scored two clean hits and his
two other attempCs were hard drives to the
outfield, one of -which .was pulled down with
one hand by Theil after a hard run.
A fan requests that an extra column be
added to the .box score to.be called "errors of
the umpire." The Journal regrets that lack
of space prevents chronicling all the crimes
of some judges' of plays.
Quillin died at second yesterday, attempting
to stretch a single. It looked like poor judg
ment to try for second on the hit, but it Is
better to take a chance and iget put out than
never to take a chance, at all.
Sixteen millers reached first yesterday two
were caught on the sacks, nine scored and
five were left.
The Fabers will play Che Mengelkoch &
Steffes team Sunday, afternoon on Twelfth
avenue'' N and Third street.
The Fabers wish out-of-town games with
any fast team In the state. Address. G. H. B..
1312 Fourth street N.
The J. Nelson team and the eBst Evers.will
cross baCs next Tuesday at.Sprlng.Park at
the Maccabees' picnic for a purse. The Nel
sons challenge the Backus & Brooks..-nine.
The Backus-Brooks ball team challenge the
J. Nelson team for a purse of 850. The Back
us-Brooks team want games with any 17-year
old team- In the city. Address O. Shagun,
3210 Second street N.
The International Stock Food company base
hall club will play the strong Watertown team
at Watertown Sunday! The I. 6. F. Co."bat-
tery will be McDonald and Capron. For games
with the I. S. F. Co. address James Welsh,
612 Twelfth avenue S.
SUB Brothers and Weishlnger team defeated
the Kinneys by the score of 9 to 0. The game
was forfeited 4n the third inning.' The Bus
Brothers also beat the Little Glueks by the
score of 8 to 0 the University Sluggers by the
score of 24 to 23, and the Welsbinger, Stars
by the score of 9 to 7. The winners would
like to arrange games with ll'-year-old teams.
Address 1618 Stxth street NE.
The John Drews will play the Jacob Mengel
kochs Sundays at Twenty-first avenue N and
Fourth street. Wirtensohn will pitch for the
Drewb and Harirngton for the Mengelkochs.
t , , H o w T h e y Stand.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
L'oulsville ..., .'.69 49 20- .710
Indianapolis 69 45 24 .852
St. Paul 70 40 30 - .571
Columbus 71 34 37 ,479
Kansas City 71 33 38 .466
Milwaukee 69 29 40 .421
Minneapolis 69 27 42' .391
Toledo .........70 22 48 .314
G a m e s T o - d a y .
Kansas City at Minneapolis.1
Milwaukee at St. Paul.
Indianapolis at .Toledo.
Louisvile at Columbus.
- ! .' AT PITTSBURG. '
R H E
Pittsburg 1 0 0 0,6 02003 5 0
New .York . . . . . . . . . . . 1 0 0.0 0 0 2 0 03 .6. 0
BatteriesO'Connor and Phillippi BoWer
man and Sparks. '
" A T S T T L O U I S. '..":/ . '"'v
St. Louis .....0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 *4 10: :%.
Brooklyn 1 0 0 0 0 0 1103 8. 1
BatteriesRyan and Wickers. Ahearn and
Chicago ..............0 U 0 0 0 1 0 0 34 11 2
Philadelphia 0 0 3 0 0 1 2 2 08 13 1
BatteriesKllng and Taylor Douglas and
Cincinnati 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 02 ' 9 3
Boston ....1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 04 9 . 0
BatteriesPeltz and Phillips Kittredge
N a t i o n a l S t a n d i n g s .
Chicago . . . . . . . ..
Philadelphia ... .
New York . . .
Played. Won. Lost.
...63 49 14
Garnet T o - d a y .
Philadelphia at Chicago.
Brooklyn at St. Louis.
Boston at Cincinnati.
Tt M -V*
Cleveland - ......../..2 2 1 2 2 0 0 0. * 12 i
Detroit 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 06 .9 5
BatteriesVarney, Wright and Bemis Sie
ver, Mullln and McGuire. : : * - ?.
Chicago ...........:..0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 4 1
St Louis ......O'O 0 0 1 0 0 0 01 5 2
BatteriesPiatt and McFarland Powell and
Boston .....4 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 8 - 10 0
Philadelphia .... A . .1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 . 6 - 3
BatteriesWinters. apd. Warner Hustings
- ! J A T WASHINGTON.
Washington 0 0 0 0 l 1 2 0 * 4 10 1
Baltimore ....1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0.3 7 2
BatteriesTownsend and Clarke Cronin
Chicago .... .
Boston St. Louis ...
Philadelphia Washington Baltimore ...
r i c a n S t a n d i n g s .
39 :'." 23
32 . 30 ,
31 . 36
28 ' 38 .
.623 .559. .540
G a m e s To-day.
Boston at Philadelphia.
Detroit at CleveJafia.
St. Louis at Chicago.,- v / - v
Baltimore at Washington.
Lefty D a v i s B r e a k s H i s Lear.
"Lefty* Davis may not play again this sea
son. In stealing second base at Pittsburg
yesterday he broke his leg in the same manner
as Van Haltren did two months ago and on
the same spot . . , . . . - . ,
v,-.:''-'? f M c P h e e Q,nits t h e R e d s .
John A. McPhee, manager of the Cincinnati
baseball club of the National League, severed
his connection with the club yesterday. Busi
ness Manager Frank C. Bancroft was placed
In temporary control.
PLAY FO R BIG PURSE -
T o o z e ' i T e a m "Will Meet t h e D a l e
Agrsregration. T o - m o r r o w . . -
Tooze's team will play the Dales to
morrow afternoon at Nineteenth avenue
S and Twenty-fourth street for a purse of
$100.. Batteries: Speiser and Jarvie
G-leason and. Thielen.
, Marriagre L i c e n s e s .
Henry Partoll, Missoula, Mont., and Eliza
D e a t h s .
JensonCarl William, 901 Sixth street. S, 25
GanllyEdna, 46 Highland avenue, .31 years.
FarirngtonRichard, Asbury hospital, 19
MagnuesenFrank, City hospital, 39 years.
BurtW., Soldiers' Home, 69 years.
KnightHelen M., 124 Willow street, 48
LarsonBabe, 2910 Twenty-sixth street, 4
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last two years. Besides this it affords to young ladies not intending to enter college
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Special attention to the first eight grades of school-life will be given this coming
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A few more pupils can be accommodated in that room, though the seats are almost
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WH Y PHYSICIAKS FAIL
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Some Sensible Reasons Why Mrs.S-}
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Many Family Doctors. j \ \: tj
A woman is sick-^ some disease peculiar to her sex is-fast develop-
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This is the reason why hundreds of thousands of women are now
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