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8 The New Street Gowns, Costumes,--Outer Garments and Raincoats,Separate Skirts, Waists,Furs,Children's Garments and Suits. A most varied assortment to select from, every new style effect, including both the long and waist length coats beautiful range of fabrics. Correct Outer Garments First showing of the New Fall and Winter Coats Our own exclusive Models We are pleased to an- nounce that we have received large shipments of the new Cravenette Rain Coats in a beautiful range of mix- tures and tweeds prices $15.00 to $50.00. New Skirts Instep lengths new models- /-i^mz?, Club Calendar. TUESDAY Directors of Maternity hospital, at the hospital, 10:30 a. m. Writers' league, Mrs. R. P. Anderson, 2424 Fifth avenue S, evening Territorial Pioneer Woman's club, Miss Ella Donaldson, Excelsior, Lake Minne tonka. Woman's Auxiliary of St. Barnabas hos pital, at the hospital, all day. Guests from Nebraska. Mrs. Dora V. Wheeler, president of the Nebraska W C. T. U.. was present at the meeting of the Eighth Ward W. C. T. U. ! Friday at the home of Mrs Witmer. The course of study on "Christian Citizen- J? All Dealers. 27 4/iin //YlfllltUUYVWVS **i 'Lot the GOLD OUST TWINS tioyour work" MONDAY EVENING, FORMERLY FRED D YOUNG a C 513 NICOLLET AVE. Clever A utumn Modes MINNEAPOLIS MINN. Tomorrow our Fall Season opens and again we ask your criticism,Never were we so confident of our ability to meet every requirement. Our whole thought and ambition is to produce ideas not shown elsewhere. New High Art Tailored Suits Individuality the Keynote of Fashion. $23.50 to $125.00 -immense shipments by express -new fabrics- -very attractive values, this week $7.50, $10.00 and $12.60, Autumn Waists $2.50 to $35.00 Exclusive effects in Vestings, Madras, Etamine Cloths, Silks and Velvets, beautifully tailored. CLUBS AND CHARITIES ship" was led by Mrs. Taylor, and in cluded consideration of Mormon teaching. Mrs. Taylor was at one time a teacher in Salt Lake City and was able to give many facts of interest. Parliamentary work was presented by the president and a drill on a few fundamental points given. The department of mercy was emphasized and an effort will be made to form bands of mercy among the Junior societies and in the schools, where the children will be pledged to be kind to animals. A collec tion was received for the world's fair ioe water fund, and the union will con tribute to the diamond test contest to be held Friday in the First M. E. church Mre Wheelock gave a talk on the work in Nebraska and Mrs. Wyberg furnished a piano number Light refreshments were served by the hostess. Fall Work at the Y. W. C. A. - The fall reception, whioh opens the class work at the Young Woman's Christian association will be given Wednesday eve ning, Sept. 16, when an interesting pro gram will be a feature Miss Hickman, director of domestic science,^ and Miss Douglass, director of the physical work, have returned, from their vacations and registration will begin Tuesday. The reg ular class work will open the week of Sept. 28. on the Box^ 5* This is the Yusea ^ JJ J the best mantle' ^ made. The price is S 35 cents. With or- - dinary care it will J last a yearper- haps longer. CLUB MEETINGS. Mrs. E. P. Anderson will entertain the Writers' league at her home, 2424 Fifth avenue S, this evening The Women's auxiliary of St. Barnabas' hos pital will have an all-day meeting to-morrow at the hospital. The directors of Maternity hospital will have their monthly meeting to-morrow at 10 "30 o'clock at the hospital. The Territorial Pioneer Woman's club will meet with Mrs. Ella Donaldson to-morrow at Excelsior, Lake Minnetonka. Lorraine chapter, No. 16, O. E. S., will con fer the degrees on a laige class of candidates in Masonic Temple this evening. The Ladies' Social circle of the Church of the Redeemer will hold an Important business meet ing In the vestry of the church Wednesday after noon at 8 o'clock. THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. Social Circles. The marriage of Mlas Pearl Elizabeth Conkey and Merton George Page of Min neapolis will take place this evening at the home of the brJdo, 588 W Polk street, Chi cago. Mr. and Mrs. Page will leave for a wedding trip and they -will come to Min neapolis about Sept. 20 They will receive after Nov. 11 at 1400 Spruce place. The marriage of Miss Ethel Taylor and Arthur Harvey is announced to take place Wednesday evening, Sept. 16, at 7:30 o'clock, in the Lake Street M. E. church. Miss Florence Pearsall will be the maid of honor and the bridesmaid will be Miss Eleanor Taylor of Detroit, Mich. Cyril Chapman will act as best man and the ushers will be Eugene Wilford, Harry Chase, Donald Lowell and Ernest Taylor. Mr. Harvey will take his bride to Saratoga Springs, N. Y., to reside and they will receive after Oct. 1. Mrs. Albert S. Dean and Miss Harriet Dean of 2712 Colfax avenue S will give a dinner Monday evening for Miss Taylor and Mr. Harvey. Miss Grace M. Reade, daughter of Colonel and Mrs. A. D. Reade, and Dr. Henry C. Aldrich were married Saturday evening at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. E. L. Ogllvie, in St. Paul. Pink roses were used with palms in the parlor and yellow flow ers were in the library. The dining-room had red carnations, ferns and smilax for decoration. The service was read by Rev. D. D Mitchell in the presence of a group of thirty friends. There were no atten dants and the bride wore a gown of pale blue silk. Among the Minneapolis guests were Colonel and Mrs. A. D. Reade, Mas ters Arthur and Dee Reade, Mr. and Mrs. George Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Coe, Dr. and Mrs. Bausman, Stafford Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Annie Armstrong, Miss Isabelle Armstrong, Miss Helen Hauser and Miss McClellan. Dr. and Mrs. Aldrich left for a short trip and they will be at home at 2431 Hennepin avenue after Sept. 14. Mrs. Aldrich's traveling gown was of blue broadcloth trimmed with white. Miss Lilian Arnold of St. Cloud and V. C Brown of Chicago were quietly married Friday at the West hotel. Rev. S. D. Hutsinpiller read the service. Minneapolis people will be interested in the marriage of Miss Mabel McBain and Charles S. Whitmore, which took place Wednesday at the home of the bride in Sleepy Eye, Minn. Goldenrod and vines transformed the rooms into floral bowers. Mrs. King played the "Lohengrin" chorus and Miss Van Hagan sang a solo just before the bridal party entered. Ruth Olson and Corinne Kine were ribbon bear ers and Miss Catherine Raymond was bridesmaid. She wore white Japanese silk and carried purple asters. The bride's gown was of white crepe de chine with yoke of point lace, and her flowers were white daisies. P. J. Carter of Minne apolis was best man, and the service was read by Rev. Thomas W. Barber. Mr. and Mrs. Whitmore left in the afternoon for Creston, Ohio, for a short visit. Mr. Whitmore was a former Minneapolis newspaper man and is now one of the proprietors of the Sleepy Eye Herald. Thursday evening Mrs O. B. More gave a dutch supper in honor of Mrs. J. V. Sexton of Duluth. Mrs. Frank Huntley entertained at din ner Wednesday evening at her home on Fourth street SE for Mrs. J Richardson of Aberdeen, S. D. A basket of golden rod formed the centerpiece and the lights were shaded in red. Covers were laid for twelve. The Sans Souci club will be entertained by Miss Eva Hefty at her home, 1515 Emerson avenue N, in honor of Miss Margaret Glancy and Harry Smith, Wednesday evening. The young people are beginning to leave for school and college. Miss Gert rude McGee will leave Sept. 15 to attend the Georgetown Visitation convent in Washington. D. C. She will be accom panied by Miss Alice Brackett who goes to Trinity college in Washington. Mrs. C. S. Brackett will go with them to Chi cago. Miss Marion Gillette will go to Kemper Hall, Kenosha, Wis. The Misses Florence and Helen Shevlin will leave Sat urday for Miss Burnham's school in Northampton. Misses Ethelwyn Wyman, Millicent Hosmer, Glee Jamison, Gert rude Satterlee, Grace Gillette and Caroline Sewall will go to Wells College, Aurora. N. Y , Sept. 15. Neil Jamison and Roland Satterlee will enter the Ohio Military In stitute in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mrs. Iowa PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. O. E. Belti 1B home from Sioux City, Miss Elizabeth Stanley left Sunday for Staples, Minn. O B. Bass has returned from a short vacation In the east. Mrs. A. J. Smith returned yesterday from a trip to Buffalo. The Smart Set will meet at the home of Miss Laura Button this evening. , Mtss Francesca Bendeke has gone to Ger many for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Hamlin H. Hunt are home from a month's visit in the east. Harrv Aldrich spent Saturday evening and Sunday at Egerton, Tonka Bay. Dr. A. L. Bausman and family are at 918 Ninth street S for the winter. Clarence A. Webber has gone to Deadwood to attend the American Miners' congress. Mr. and Mrs. Ellet Parcher of Groveland Park, Minnetonka, are spending the week ,In town. The Sub Rosa club will meet Monday"'with Mrs H E. Marshall, 722^ Fourth avenue N. Miss Ida Howard left Saturday morning for Osakls, where she will teach the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Walker are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Campbell In Huron, S. D. Miss Ranous of Berlin, Wis., is the guest of Mrs. George W. Gould, 501 Fourth street SE. Mrs. Randall of 2424 Oakland avenue, will en tertain the Ideal Euchre club to-morrow after noon. Miss Mae Cooke of 1220 Jefferson street NE, has returned from a two weeks' visit in Clarissa, Minn. Misses Meta and Louise Longseein of St. Peter, Minn., are guests of Mrs. F. W. Kasse bauen. Chase W. R. C. will have its regular card party to-morrow afternoon in K. P. hall on the East Side. Miss Anna Howard has returned from Cokato, whore she has been visiting relatives for the past week. Miss Florence Lay of Rochester, N. Y., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. F. N. Barons of Lyn dale avenue. Miss Irene Hasty of St. Cloud, Minn., is visit ing her friend,'' Miss Grace Crosier, 402 E Fif teenth street. Miss Jennie Rusk of Spokane, Wash., Is the guest of the Misses Bessie and Marie Cool, 2016 Hennepin avenue. Mr and Mrs. Volney S. Treys have left the Waldorf apartments and are at No. 805 E Twenty-fifth street. Miss Lina Chrlstianson and sister have re turned from Paris and will be at home the lat ter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Walkup of Chicago are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Fred Shuter, at 2447 Portland avenue. Mrs. W. W. Eastman has returned from her trip to the seashore and mountains and is at her home on the island. Mile. Anna Dreyfus has returned from a va cation trip in the east .*nd will be at the Willis ton on Tenth street after Saturday. Miss Isabelle Austin will leave Thursday for New York city, where she will teach In the Columbia college experimental school. Miss Blanche Miles, who has been the guest of Miss Ada Nelson for several weeks, returned to her home in Estherville, Iowa, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. M. Van Kirk, who have boen visiting their son, A. M. Van Kirk, will leave for their home in Grand Forks, N. D., Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Hennessy and daughter. Helen, who have been visiting Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Hanscome the past week, have returned to their home In Sioux City, Iowa. Chambers Adams and sister, and Charles Riordon and sisters, who have been visiting the different places of interest in Minneapolis and vicinity for the past two weeks, have left for their home in Erie, 111. The Henley club will give its first dancing party of the season to-morrow evening In Ma sonic Temple. This Is the sixth season of the club. Music will be furnished by the Henley orchestra under the direction of Jimmle Latourelle. Minneapolis people at e York hotels are as follows: St. George. L. A. Williams: Continental. 7.rr " ,^i, A, Erickson, . Wehmann, Miss M. Leonard | There was a good week-end crowd Sat- Ladies' fine wool vests and pants, non-shrinkable, in white and gray, very soft and fine Ladies' long sleeved corset covers in cotton, lisle, silk and wool, at prices from $2.00 down to * Children's heavy natural wool vests and pants, soft and warm and well made, a good 75c value, all sizes 5uC Shipment after^ shipment of.Boy^s Knee Pants have been arriving the past few days and Tuesday will see our stocks completethere will be all wool pants stoutly made all seams taped riveted buttons and patent waist bands at 50cbetter ones at $1.00 and $1.50. J3he Great Plymo\ith Clothing Hovise, Sixth and Nicollet. Imperial, R Starr.' J. Starr. DuluthAlbert, E. H. Stevenson Vic toria, F. Engles. Miss Ethel Malcolm Is expected home from the east this week. She has been attending the an nual convention of the American Society of Professors of Dancing in New York city H. W. Malcolm will return to the city In time for hia opening reception the first week of October. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Ryker of the United States weather bureau, are visiting Mr. and Mis. W. W. Carlisle of the local office, at 3929 Clinton ave nue. Mr. Ryker was formerly at this station and is now on his way from Concord, N. H , to establish a new station at the Yellowstone Na tional Park. LAKE MINNETONKA Sunday was a bitter disappointment, not only to every one living at the lake, but to hundreds of city residents who had planned for a day spent out of doors an the shores or waters of Minnetonka. A more sodden, disheartening kind of day is not often seen m Minnesota and only attractive surroundings, crackling fires and good company made the day an agreeable one. The autumn Sundays if bright and pleasant are almost more en joyable than midsummer and attract crowds of people who know and love the lake. In the days of closing up of the summer hotels and inns visitors are often in doubt about where to go. For their benefit it may be said that both Tonka Bay hotel and Hotel St. Louis are closed. Hotel del Otero will close the middle of the week and Maple Heights Inn is practically closed, altho the family remains out. At Mound, Buena \ ista, Chapman's and Bartlett's are still open and as Mr. and Mrs. Hart live at Buena "Vista they will keep open house all fall and take care of late comers. Edgewood still has a number of guests and expects to keep open to the end of the month. Most of the Ex celsior ho\els and boarding-houses are open and visitors can always be taken care of there as there are now several all the year around houses. Maplewood Inn is the only house near the foot of the lake that keeps open late. Mrs. Abrams will keep open all of this month and as late in October as the weather is good. The navigatior company boats are still making regular trips, meeting passengers at the morning trains at Wayzata, Excel sior and Minnetonka Beach. On the up per lake the Comet will meet trains at Spring Park until the loth at any rate, and can be ordered by telephone at Edge wood. One is always pretty safe in going to Wayzata, Excelsior, Tonka Bay and Spring Park, so long as any of the lake trains run but there is no certainty of getting boats at other points on the lake. Most of the boats are still doing business but are not running on regular schedules. However, nearly all of the captains have arrangements for getting telephone orders and one need not venture out upon an uncertainty. The business at Hotel del Otero held out remarkably thru the $tormy weather of August, and the 1st of September found a full house. However, the guests were nearly all Minneapolis and St. Paul people who return home early and there was an exodus early last week. Hitherto, the house has usually been filled up late in August by southerners who wanted to remain and Mr. Hopkins nas kept open for their accommodation. Not being un der this necessity he has decided to close about a week earlier than usual this year, in spite of the fact that a week ago he was still turning away guests for the WaPk-nd ^^mw^wm^f^^^^^I^^^^7^F,^P^ New Suits for School Boys. 4'The Plymouth Special"Better than ever. Made for real boys. Of all things, don't tell the boy he must be careful of his clothes'. Who'd give a snap for a boy that couldn't whop and holler and tear around gen- erally ! That's his life. 'Plymouth Special" Suits are made for such boys. Best and stoutest all-wool materials we can find. All seams double-sewed with silk, and carefully sewed. Strong, durable linings. Double-breasted jackets knee trousers, with taped seams aid double cloth at seat and knees. Made of fancy and plain blue cheviots. Sizes for 8 to 16 years. Suits matched nowhere at the price$5. Boys' Suits at $8.95At this price we show a great variety of Boys' Suits there are plain blue serges, worsteds in both plain blue and black and any number of fancy Scotch mixtures all are well made and ^ - ~ able to stand the hard knocks by school boys Suits worth $5, at *5 "*) The Smart New Suits for Women. The immediate desire is for Walking Suits with short skirts that just barely touch the ground. Women are apparently through car- rying a heavy load of train in the streets. Good senseand infinitely better looking to see the skirt hanging in the graceful lines the tailor de- signed than all mussed up and carried in a bunchtiresome and ugly. The long coats and graceful skirts are wonderfully stylishand so different. Have you tried one on? They are made of broadcloth, zibelines, cheviots, coverts, tweeds, Scotch mixtures and fancy men's wear materials. Prices from $100 down to $15. Our stock of Fall and Winter coats and wraps is most comprehensive. There are coats of all .kinds and descriptionslong coats, short coats or medium-weight coatsbesides you must remember that we are agents for the celebrated Mandelberg Rainproof garments. Prices $15, $20 and $25. , Our heavy Cotton Waists are now here and you will surely be pleased with themthey are perfect in every way styles, colors and fabrics are the newest and best, in fact they are what you would expect in garments at double these prices$1.50, $2.00 $2.50 and up. Children's School and Dress Coats in plain and fancy Zibelines and Scotch Coatings, Prices $6.50, $7.50 and $10.00. The first shipment of our new fall stock has arrived and the qualities, styles and prices can not fail to interest every one desiring good underwear. The following area few of themanygood things for Tuesday: Ladies' fine silk plated union suitsJong sleeves, ankle length, white for Fall wear, $3.00 quality *1.98 Boys' Knee Pants Recognized Fashion Headquarters for the Whole FamilyHead to Foot. For over 20 years the largest business for Men and Boys, and now, in addition, the largest business for Ladies. F. Montgomery Grand Union, T. urday and yesterday and with even mod erately good weather it would have been all that could have been desired. Among the late arrivals are General and Mrs. Irving Hale and family of Denver, who will stay until the house closes. Charles Conradis of St. Louis has been entertain ing a party of friends at the hotel since Thursday, his guests being E. F. Green and L. J. W. Wall of St. Louis and H. A. Blodgett of St. Paul. Others of the week end guests were W. G. Robertson, Mrs. Robertson, Ray Armstrong, Dottle Fran cis Shaw, St. Paul Willard N. Hall, To peka C. D. Wathagen, Lincoln J. Arthur Davis, Milwaukee, C. L. Lamb, G. W. McClelland, Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cambridge of Chicago have been spending a few days at the hotel. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Hopkins will remain at the hotel until about Sept. 20 and will then take a month's vacation trip before going to Coronado Beach, where they will spend the winter. At Maplewood Inn, Tom Eaton of Chi cago, who has been a guest there for some time, entertained over Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chapin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hale, Miss Marjory Lovcjoy and Mrs. Joseph Bartles. The weather inter fered with the program of amusements, but the party managed to spend the time very enjoyably. Among the guests remaining at the Inn are the S. C. Gales, Miss Kingman, E. D. Avery and Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. L. Metzger and daughter, who have been out since June 1, returned to the city yesterday. Mrs. Hart at Buena "Vista had as week end guests who have remained for the holiday to-day, M. T. Rohrer, R. W. Pierce, Mr. Smith and E. E. Green. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cobb, who have been out for several weeks, came in to-day. With the taking off of the summer schedule on the Milwaukee road, many of the Breezy Point people are preparing to come in or have already done so on account of the opening of school. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Morrison and Dr. and Mrs. Henry Holmes and their families moved in a week ago. The D. P. Jones and Clarkson Lindleys will come in to-mor row Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rogers, Wednesday, and Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Mor ison, Thursday. The S. C. Gales will return to town the last of the week. The clubs are the main dependence of the late visitors at the lake, and both the Lafayette and Minnetonka clubs are expecting a good autumn season with golf, yachting and other sports for attrac tions. Both clubs had hops Saturday night that were well attended. At the Minnetonka club there was a full house Saturday, but some of the members fled yesterday, on account of the weather. Among the visitors was Colonel Wilder and a party of other officers from Fort Snelling. At the Lafayette, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gregory and Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Mc Coy arrive this week for two weeks' stay. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Douglas are entertain ing their daughter, Mrs. Murray of Ken tucky. Mr. Murray will arrive soon and will accompany his wife home next week. Mr. Douglas has had as recent guests General W. P. Rogers and R. T. Lam berton of Winona. , ^ anA ,., .t Mrs. B., L. Delany ana Miss Daisy Delany of Little Rock, Ark., have been Defective Page Fall and Winter Coats Women's Waist Section Ladies' and Children's Underwear- Ladies' fine light-weight cotton union suits, long sleeves, ankle length, $1.50 quality, at 98c 98c Children's full weight cotton vests and pants in white, all sizes. At low price of, only . . . 35c Children's cotton union suits, heavy and well made aid shaped. Each 95c and 75c Sole agents for ladies* Jaeger Underwear. 50c The Great Basement Salesroom. Merchandise of the less expensive grades, but thorough ly reliable, no matter how low the price. Special Sale Women's Skirts Just at the beginning of the season when every one needs a new Walking Skirt comes this extraordinary offer. A shipment of brand new, spic-span all wool Walking Skirtsmade from such materials as zibelines, cheviots and fancy mixtures, all in the newest and most up-to date stylesseams are strapped and bottoms are finished with several rows of tailor stitching. They are divided into three lots as follows .*., H Skirts, $2.50. $5 Skirts, $3.00. $7 Skirts, $4. Jackets for Women and Children. A lot of fall weight jackets for women and childrenAll are good g style and most are lined with satin. Prices $10, $7.50 and O In Basement Salesroom. Boys' Knee Pants, 25c. . Just fifty pairs left from the 1,000 offered last Tuesday-still .aJI sizes and ' a good selection of pants. They are all woel cheviots, in gray and brown stripesextra well made, patent waist bands, riveted buttons with all or? _ seams taped. Regular 50c pants, in Basement Salesroom tomorrow. ZOC In Basement Salesroom. guests of Mrs. fayette club. F. W. Plant at the La- Mr. and Mrs. R. J Ward of Waseca and Mr. and Mrs A. H. Poehler of Min neapolis were guests of Mrs. H. A. Turner at the Lafayette club. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Commons, who have been spending two weeks at the club, have returned to the city. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Warner and Mrs. R. Patterson were guests at the Lafayette club last week. t Mrs. William Donaldson of Crest Haven, who has been spending a month at her home at the lake, gave an informal musi cale Saturday to about fifty guests from about the lake. The program was given by U. S. Kerr, Miss Clara Williams, Mr Belknap and Mrs. E. W. Runyan. The house and verandas were decorated with golden rod and other autumn wild flow ers and garden flowers. Chocolate and tea were served from a table decorated in yellow. This evening and to-morrow evening there will be hops at the Excelsior casino with late trains in town. The daily con certs have been resumed and are being given at 3 o'clock in the afternoon and in the evening. ABOUT LAKE PEOPLE. Mr. and Mrs. L. Arctander, of Willowwood, will close their cottage and return to town next week. Arthur Church and Louis Buchanan of Minne tonka Beach have returned from a trip on the great lakes. Miss Beulah Wagner, of Minneapolis, is the guest of Miss Genevieve Palmer, at Willowwood, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wetmur, of Wlnthrop, Iowa, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Sampson, at Excelsior. Mr. and Mrs. Fiank Snyder were guests of Mr. and Mrp Tred B. Snjder at their summei homo at Wildhurst on Friday. R. L. Schwartzer, of Cincinnati, Ohio, was a guest at the home of Mi. and Mrs. W. H. Ritchie, at Meadville, last week. Miss Cobb of Siouv City. Iowa, who has been the guest of her sistei, Mrs. W B. Pineo, at Minnetonka Beach, lias returned home. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Crosbj spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the lake, visiting Mrs. Crosby's sister, Mrs. Miner, at her home in Excelsior. Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Wright, of Willowwood, spent a few days in Minneapolis this week, but will not return for the winter for several weeks yet. Miss Prisoilla Rand and her causing. Miss Mai\ Rand of Grand Forks, who have been visit ing Miss Marv Rand at MonticeJlo, returned to Cottagewood Saturday. R. D. Cone and family closed their Meadville cottage and returned to the city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Babcock moved bacjc to Min neapolis the same day. Mrs. Warren and children, of Topeka, who have been spending several months with Mrs. Warren's sister, Mrs. A. D. Emery, at Mead ville, returned home last week. Mrs. P. C. McKinley and Miss Marian Mc Kiuley, who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S P. Jones, at lalrview, have re turned to their home in Philadelphia. Mr and Mis. La Waque of Duluth were fuestsfor of Br. and Mrs. J. W. Bull at Meadville ark over Sunday. Mrs.* F. James of Los Angeles, Cal., is the guest of Mrs. Bull for several weeks. John Sweeney, formerly of Lake Minnetonka, who has been spending the summer in Iowa, Is at his old home for a few weeks, making ar rangements for the disposal of his farm property In this vicinity. The Highlander will arrive from Osbkosh to day. The friends of Fred McMnllen, her skip per, are not discouraged with her showing at the interlake regattas, and hope for a greater de gree of success next time. , James Burns and family, of Minneapolis, ar- On Main Floor. In Basement Salesroom. rived at Fairvlew Friday and will occupy the Couch cottage for the next six weeks. Mr. and Mrs S. G. Couch gave up the cottage and re turned to the city last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Crane were guests of Mr -and Mrs F L. Moffett at Orono last week. Rev. Robert Hammond Cotton has been the guest of Mr and Mrs F. B. Dodge at their summer home on Crystal Bay. Mrs Charles Rich, who is spending the sum mer at the lake, distinguished herself Wednes day by taking an eleven-pound pickerel. The b(g fish showed distinctive fighting qualities, and Mrs Rich is Justly proud of her triumph. Mr and Mrs D. C. Filklns, of Willowwood, entertained a number of their friends at their summer home last week. Among them are Mrs. A. D Clark, of Algona, Iowa Mrs. Williams, of Erie, Pa , and Mrs. E. Williams, of Minne apolis. Mr and Mrs. J. M. Sanderson, who have bees visiting at the White House with their sou, W. F. Sanderson, returred to their home In Al gona, 111., Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Sander son left Saturday for a two weeks' visit at Grand Rapids, Wis. A remarkable string of pickerel was taken Friday near Markville by John Erhmanstranf, of Excelsior, and William Deyo and B. F. Loh man, of St Louis Eighteen large fish were taken in a few hours, several of them weighing eleven pounds each. Mr. and Mrs David F. Stanford of Linwood entertained a bouse party over Sunday and Monday at their cottage at Linwood. Mr*. Stanford's parents, Mr. and Mrs C. H. Taylor, kand Mr. Stanford's father, Gordon Stanford, and Misses Anna and Olive Taylor were their guests Dr. Eugene Talbot, of Chicago, was entertained at the lake last week by Drs. Alfred Owre, oi Minneapolis, and Orton, of St. Paul. The gen tlemen were guests at the Sampson House, and have enjoyed the week fishing, driving and boating. Dr. Talbot will return to Chicago with pleasant memories of Lake Minnetonka. Edw. Mix, of Danville, 111, has been at Lake Minnetonka for the past week. He was troubled with hav fever in an aggravated form, and almost immediately upon his arrival at the lake the trouble left him. G. Zeaman, of South Dakota is spending three months at the lake for the same trouble, and finds that he is not troubled with the disease while here, and hopes to be permanently cured. The Excelsior public schools will open to-mor row. Professor G. H. Booth, of Oberlln, Ohio, will be superintendent first grade, Miss Strat ton second and third grades. Miss Bessie Perry fourth and fifth grades, Mrs. J. I*. Benton sixth and seventh grades, Mr. Shannon, of Aitkin, Minn. eighth grade. Miss Vera Meachan, of Prescott, Wis assistant principal, Miss Clara Ganzwick. A number of guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bull, of Willowwood, who came to attend the marriage of Miss Bertha Bull, are remaining for a visit. Mrs. W. B. Hitchcock, of Upper Saa dusky, Ohio, and Mrs. Frona James, or Los An geles, Cal.. will remain for some time yet. Mr. and Mrs. John LaVaque and Mr. and Sirs. Jobs Segog, all of Duluth. arrived Friday for a so journ at the Bull cottage. Mr. and Mrs. BuU'fc son, Carleton B Bull, who came from Corona, N. M., to be piesent at tbe marriage, will stay fox a few weeks. OAK PARK ENTERTAINMENT. Miss Alice Fisher and Miss Eleanor Lloyd, as isted by Mrs H. M. Northrup. Mrs. 8. V. 8. Fisher and Charles W'cmer, will give a musical and literary entertainment Wednesday evening in Oak Park Congregational church. The pro gram will include piano and vocal numbers sad readings. WEDS A MINNESOTA OLRL. Winona, Minn., Sept. 7William Schwartsa, superintendent of the printing department of tbe Carnegie public library at Pittsburg, ana Miss Mathilda Bussman of this city were mar* ried by Rev. C. F. Blume. if % A SCHOOL FOR BOYS - AT WELLE8LKT HILLS, MASS. Address Oapt. G. W. Burke, 1201 Fifth S t S. E. Minneapolis.