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"Before marriage, woman is a
queen: after marriage a subject."
f-De Mnntenon.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. J. Thaxter have
issued the invitations for the marriage
of their daughter Alice to Byron' K.
Cowles, Jr, which will take place in
the Fremont Avenue Congregational
church~!
Wednesda evening, July 12, at
8-SO o'clock. The services will be fol
lowed by a reception at the Thaxter
residence on Fremont avenue N. Miss
Thaxter will have her sister, Miss
Ethel Thaxter, as her maid of hoho
and Mark Cook of Chicago will be Mr.
Cowles' best man1
About twenty Minneapolis relatives
and friends will go to Osceola Thurs
day to attend the wedding of Miss J.
Mae Kendall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
H. N. Kendall, and James H. "Van Boos
kirk, which will take place at high
noon.
Several affairs will be given for Miss
Viola Ethel Ackley, whose marriage to
Clifford Bisbee Sawyer will take place
the last of the month in Spokane, Wash.
Next Saturday afternoon Miss Clara
Brooks of 565 Sixth avenue N will give
a shower. Miss Louise Sawyer of 2822
Third avenue S will entertain Tuesday
afternoon, July 11, and on Saturday,
Julv 15, Mies Nellie Leland will be
hostess at her home, 3321 Columbus
avenue.
Mrs. George A. Rose entertained
thirty women at cards this afternoon
at her home on Ninth avenue S. in
honor of her guest, Mrs. M. L. Hittle
of Indianapolis, Ind. Garden flowers
in wall baskets and vases furnished a
charming decoration thru the rooms.
uchre was plaved an'd after the games
dainty luncheon was served.
With the close of June comes an end
to the merry peal of marriage bells
which have sounded continuously for
the past thirty days for only an occa
sional wedding is chronicled for July.
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A man who has a fondness lor statistics
has estimated that at least two pounds
of rice have been showered tint every
bridal couple, and as there have been
over 300 weddings in Minneapolis, he
triumphantly announces that oyer 600
pounds of i
hi own away
city alone.
Mrs. J. F. Fairfax of 2636 Humboldt
avenue S. entertained two groups of
guests this week, on Wednesday and
Thursday afternoons. There were about
foity guests each day. Boses, daisies
and Iceland poppies were used thru the
rooms in profusion. Guessing contests
furnished amusement and retreshments
were served. Mrs. Fairfax was as
sisted by her daughters, Nellie and
Olivet, and by Miss Foulke of Sioux
City.
The wedding of Miss Pearl Dubey
and Professor Thomas Sheridan of Fari
bault took place Wednesday evening at
the home or the bride, 417 Morgan ave
nue N. Professor Sheridan is an in
structor in the institute of the deaf and
dumb and his bride is a graduate of
the same school. The service was read
by Bev. Stanley B. Koberts, and Miss
Mvitle Dubey, sister of the bride, in
terpreted it to the bridal couple. P.
H. Sheridan, brother of the bridegroom,
and Miss Myrtle Dubey were the at
tendants.
Professor and Mrs. Sheridan will take
a wedding trip among the Minnesota
lakes and later they will make their
home in Faribault.
The marriage of Miss Sue Ursula
Parker and Pans M. Dunnmgton was
solemnized Monday afternoon at the
home of the bride's mother, Mrs. M. B.
Parker, in the Hennepin flas The ar
rangements were charmingly simple and
a small group of relatives and friends,
numbering twenty-five, gathered to wit
ness the service, which was read by
Rev. T. E. Cullen. Clusters of white
peonies and daisies with ferns and smi
lax formed a pretty bower in the par
lors, while pink roses were used in the
decoration of the dining room, which
was lighted with tapers. The bride wore
cream silk muslin, trimmed with lace,
and carried bride roses.
MT. and Mrs. Dunnington left on the
evening train for an eastern trip, and
they will be at home after July 15 at
352 W. Sixty-fifth street, Chicago. Mrs.
Dunnington's traveling gown was of
brown, and her hat was to match.
Among the out-of-town guests at the
wedding were M. L. Parker of Freeport,
111., brother of the bride Robert Brod
erick, Misses Broderick, Mrs. E. J. Don
ohue and the Misses Phelan of St, Paul.
There were several gatherings this
week in honor of Miss Marie von Un
schuld, court pianist of the queen of
Rumania, who was the guest of Mrs.
W. Fuller of Colfax avenue S. Mrs.
H. J. Clark of 2408 Colfax avenue S
gave an informal luncheon at Donald
son 's tearooms and also entertained
a group of friends at an informal eve
ning party. American Beauty roses
made a charming decoration thru the
rooms. Miss von TJnschuld has returned
to Washington, where she is an officer
in the University of Music and Dra
matic Art. She has a leave of absence
from the queen of Rumania and will
bs in this country for some time.
Mrs. E. D. Luce of the Hampshire
Arms has been chaperoning a house
partv of Kappa Kappa Kammas at
Prior Lake for the last ten days.
The wedding of Elizabeth Victoria
DeMerse and George B. Leonard took,
place at high noon yesterday at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John S. Travis, 4901 Lyndale ave
nue S. The honse was elaborately deco
rated with pink and white peonies and
ferns. Mjss F^thel McFarlanQ. played
the wedding march that announced
the entrance of the bridal party.
Mrs. Charles VanNess was ma
tron of honor. Mrs. VanNess and the
bride wore white and carried roses.
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Even the best housekeepers cannot make a good cup of
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HOW TO MAKE GOOD COFFEE.
Use LION COFFEE, because to get best results you must use the best coffee.
Grind your LION COFFEE lather fine. Use "a tablespoonful to each cup, ind one
extra for the pot." First mix It with a little cold water, enough to make a thick paste, and
add white of an egg (if egg is to be used as a settler), then follow one of the following ivies:
1st. WITH BOILING WATER. Add boiling water, and let It boll
THREE MINUTES ONLY. Add a little cold water and set aside five
minutes to settle. Serve promptly.
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bring It to a bolL Then set aside, add a little cold water, and In five
minutes It's ready to serve.
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was best man. Rev. A.
nHi"" "Ptr the service which
was followed by a wedding breakfast
Pink and whue peonies decked the
table.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard went east on
their wedding trip and they will be at
home after Aug. 1 at 2626 Irving ave
nue S.
Miss Daza M. Glover and Monroe
H. Sprague were married Thursday
morning at the home of the bride's
mother, 710 Eighth street S, in the
presence of only the immediate rela
tives. Dr. Shutter officiated. Mr. and
Mrs. Sprague will be at home after
July 15 at Washburn, Wis.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. B. T.
White, of 2428 Fillmore street NE, was
the scene of a pretty wedding Wednes
day, when their daughter Marion Ger
trude and David Stevenson Hingeley
were married. Rev. Robert Fitzgerald
read the service in the presence of only
the relatives and near friends. Miss
Nellie Roach played the wedding
march. Little Margaret Hingeley in a
whita frock carried the wedding ring
in a large white peony. Miss Irene
White was bridesmaid and Mrs. James
J. Ryan acted as matron of honor
while Joseph Hingeley was best man.
During the service Miss Agnes Con
don, on the viohw, and Miss Roach at
The piano, gave the "Flower Song."
The bride wore white Paris muslin
trimmed with Valenciennes lace and ear
ned bride roses. Miss White wore
^hrte -French
aw flowered pink and
Mrs. Ryan was in white.
The service was followed by a re
ception' and Messrs. and Mmes. White,
J. B. Hingeley and Myron D. Hinge
ley assisted receiving. The dining
room was decorated with festoons of
rea hearts and ferns. Peonies, ferns
and oak boughs formed a bower in the
parlor?. The out-of-town guests were
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WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Mr. and MTS. Myron Hingeley of -Vesta,
Minn., Mrs. James J. Ryan of Sault Ste.
Marie, Mich., and Mrs. George Bartel
and daughter Marion of Monomonee,
Wis.
Mr. Hingeley and his bride left /o a
rice have been literally trip on the great lakes and they will
ray the past month in this' be at home after Aug. 1 at 43,6 Tenth
avenue N. Mrs. Hingeley's traveling
gow was of bronze silk with a hat to
match.
Harrington Beard celebrated his
birthday anniversary today and this
noon he was the honor guest at a lunch
eon given in the Dayton tea rooms by
a group of young women from the art
gallery. Pink peatAes decorated the
table.
Mrs. Clara E. Tuller and Mrs. James
Munro of Detroit, who have been th
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.
JA*
Miss Anna Christianson Carlson and
Harmau' Flygare of Minneapolis were
married at Richardson, Wis., Wednes
day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson
will make their home in Minneapolis.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Miss Lois Tennant returned today from a visit
to Milwaukee.
Miss Mary Lofgren will leave this evening
to spend the Fourth In Duluth.
Miss Katherlne Louise Smith left last evening
for Portland, Ore., and Alaska.
Mr. and Mrs W. Y. Perry of Chicago are vis
iting Mr and Mrs. Frederick Yayram
Glenn S Saxton has gone to southern Min
nesota to be absent until Wednesday.
Mrs A. McCune left Thursday for a trip to
^ew York to visit relatives and friends.
Miss Marlon Barber Is visiting her grand
mother. Mrs L. P. White, in Bralnerd, Minn.
The Minisink club will giTe a dance in Rich
mond hall on the evening of the Fourth of July.
Mr. and Mrs. O Haskell of Toledo. Ohio,
spent the week with Mr. an$ Mrs. G. Hanson.
Miss Loretta Dellone has gonetoOmaha, to
visit her sister, Mrs. J. P. Finley, at her sum
mer home.
Mrs. J. C. Buchanan and children are spend
ing part of the summer v. lth relatives in
southern Minnesota.
Mrs. P. A. Sanderson and son Donald will
leave tomorrow evening for an extended visit
with relatives and friends in Cambria, Wis.
The Home Dramatic club met with Miss Susan
Kohen Wednesday evenirg Miss Cornelia Gru
enberg and Miss Bertha Sanford gave recitations.
The executive committee of the Woman's For
eign Missionary society of the Minneapolis pres
bytery will hold no more meetings until Sep
tember.
Mrs. George Le Baron has returned from a
visit to Boston, New York and Cedar Rapids,
Iowa Mrs. Ferris of Cedar Rapids is
visiting Mrs Le Baron
The Nasturtium Euchre club will meet
Wednesday with Mrs. Moore, 3104 Holmes ave
nue S Mmes Moore, Matthews and Hewitt
won prizes at the meeting this week.
Miss Florence Edna Johnson, who has just
graduated from Smith College, returned this
week fiom Northampton, Mass. She was ac
companied by her sister. Miss Maud Johnson,
who has been visiting in the east.
Floral hive, L. O.' T. M., will hold its regu
nlar review Monday night at Richmond hall
The hive is to have a moonlight excursion down
the river July 18, taking the 'boat at Minne
haha
Minneapolis people at New Toffr hotels are as
follows: Breslin, W J. HolliS, Murray Hill.
Miss E H. Baker. Mrs. R. S. Tuiiier Marie
Antoinette W. R. Murray Holland, C.
Shevlln. DulutbGrand Union, G. M. Busbee*
Perera will leave this evening for
the Catskill mountains to visit his brother,
Gino, at his new country home Later he will
spend a few weeks at Bar Harbor, Me., with
friends, before he sails for Europe to spend
the remainder of the summer with his relatives
In northern Italy.
BTONETT'S EXTRACT OF VANILLA
Imparts a superior delicacy of flavor try it.use It
WHA THE MARKET AFFORDS
L.
Tomatoes have become so reasonable
in price as to be available to the eco
nomical housekeeper for ge'n'eral use
in cooking as well as in salad. I
Italy, from which we learned the use
of the tomato, it forms the basis of al
most every sauce, soup or "saucy"
dish, and the very name "poini-
golden appleshowsof the
doro' A
teem in which it is held. The America'n
use of tomatoes is growing and will
continue to do so, as they are not only
the savory par excellence but very at
tractive to the eye.
It is cfuite common now to find up
to-date receipts calling for pomidoro
paste. This is simply tomato pulp
cooked thick. The cans put up in Italy
can be bought of a delicattessen dealer
for ten cents, but the sauce can also
be homemade.
Good Housekeeping vouches for the
following ways ot preparing tomatoes:
Pomidore Stuffate (sometimes called
tomatoes with hats).Wipe carefully
with a dry cloth, smooth, not overripe
tomatoes of ecjual size, and with a
sharp knife slice off about quarter of
an inch from the blossom end. Scoop
out the greater part of the pulp, and
substitute about one and a half tea
spoottfuls of washed and soaked rice
thoroly mixed with pinches of finely
powdered pungent herbs, a sprig of
chopped parsley, a dust of- red pepper,
salt to taste, and two teaspoons of olive
oil. Put on the severed slices for
"hats" and place in a deep baking
dish in seasoned olive oil, two thirds
of a cup to nine tomatoeB. Bake in a
moderate oven until the rice is puite
teWder and the skins of the tomatoes
begin to wrinkle. Serve hot with a
bit of the oil in which they were
baked.
TJova dell' Inferno ("eggs of the in-
ferno").Put one-half cup olive oil
in a deeo frying-pan over a quick,
steady fire, adding salt to taste and a
good dash of cayenne. Cut into the
oil when hot three good-sized, sou'n'd,
fresh, ripe tomatoes, peeled and sliced,
and cook until quite tender mix
smoothly together, carefully break a
half dozen fresh eggs upon this bub
bling mixture and cook to the desired
degree of firmness. Serve sauce and
all, on crisp'lettuce leaves.
Spaghetti Con Pomidoro.Immerse
a package of best medium-piped spa
ghetti in a three-quart agate kettle,
two-thirds full of boiling salted water.
Don't break the spaghetti to make it
fit the kettle, for it will softly
twisttee,
itself out of your ha"n'd into the water.
Cover and boil about twenty minutes,
separating the strands by lifting re
peatedly with a fork. "When tender
but not too soft, dash cold water over
the spaghetti and drain. Eub a garlic
clove well over the serving dish, then
in rotation fill the dish with layers of
spaghetti, a dash of rich tomato sauce
and a liberal spriwkling of grated Par
mesan pour on the balance of the to
mato sauce, adding an extra sprink
ling of Parmesan. Mix all caerfully to
gether with a wooden salad fork and
spoon, add another dash of Parmesan
and serve very hot.
It's true, common skin becomes satin skin us
ing Satin skin cream and powder S'
x^y
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W Saturday Evening THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL,. "-J* W
Tullere
have returned home. Mrs. Tuller and
Mrs. Munro have been entertained at
several family social gatherings during
the week. Mrs. Tuller gave a dinner
of twelve covers Wednesday evening.
The table had for a centerpiece a Jap
anese basket filled with feathery
branches of white syringa blossoms.
About the rooms were arranged pink
roses and garden flowers. Tuesday
evening Mrs. C. A. Nimocks gave a
dinner of twelve covers at her apart
ment in the Virginia. The decorations
were pink sweet peas. Thursday Mrs.
P. M. Thompson of 7Q0 Fifteenth aVe
nue SE entertained at luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Deaver and
^family have returned from Europe,
where they have spent the last seven
months. They weti't primarily to ben
efit Mr. Deaver and he has returned
fully restored in health. The family
spent the first two months of their so
journ in Algeria and since that time
have" traveled extensively.
MINNETONKA As a setting for a Shaksperian play,
the grounds of tne H. J. Burton place
at Deephaven are wonderfully adapted
and the Ben Greet Woodland players
find surroundings of such completeness
and fitness for their performances that
a master production of Shakspere's
As You Like It" is holding the clos
est attention on an audience of several
hundred persons/ this afternoon.
The event this afternoon is of an.
unusual character and entirely different
from anything that has ever taken
place at Lake 'Minnetonka. Fifty
prominent men of Minneapolis had sub
scribed and in response to their invita
tions a special train over the Minne
apolis oj t. Lou'ia road conveyed over
4U0 guests to Deephaven. From a so
cial point of, view it is an affair un
equaled and the beautiful park around
the Burton home has never seen a more
brilliant gathering of fashionable so
ciety. At 2 o'clock the special train
left the city and upon its arrival the
performance began at once.
An absence of everything -stagelike
and artificial in the way ot scenery is
a prominent factor of the entertain
ment. The Woodland players have
their center of activity on the tennis
grounds at the foot of the small chalet
and grouped around it on the soft
grassy knolls is the audience. Camp
stools and large rugs are arranged as
seats and at intervals are placed in
cense basins to keep the insects away.
The gentle splash of waves on the
beach, the rustling of the trees and the
distant ery of the loon from over the
4ake make a melodious setting which
is quite in. keeping with the character
of the event. After the performance
the audience is to be taken by steamer
to the Minneton'ka Yacht club house in
Bay St. Louis,.where a supper will be
served, and where the guests will linger
until the hour for the evening perform
ance of A Midsummer Night's
Dream." A special train will leave
Deephaven at 10:45, returning to the
city.
On the subscribers' list are the fol
lowing names: Messrs. Howard S.
Abbott, George C. Bagley, Edwin R.
Barker, Russell M. Bennett, Dwight M.
Baldwin, Jr., Wilbur F. Booth, Charles
Cranston Bovey, H. J. Burton, Ward
C. Burton, E. J."Carpenter, E. L. Car
genter,
F. A. Chamberlain, Hovey C.
lark, GeoTge C. Christian, L. P. Chute,
F. B. Chute, H. WY Commons, Dr. F. A.
Dunsmoor, W. C. Edgar, E. A. Drew,
J. C. Eliel, Frederick Fayram, L. S.
Gillette, C. F. Haglin, George Harrison,
Perry Harrison, *F. T. Heffelfinger,
Horace M. Hill, T. B. Ja'n'ney, D. Percy
Jones, C. R. Lamb, Cavour S. Langdon,
John Lind, James Marshall, Benjamin
F. Nelson, W. G. Northrup, W. S. Nott,
George W, Peavey, C. S. Pillsbury, G.
F. Piper, G. W. Porter, F. M. Prince,
R. R. Rand, P. B. Smith, Lucian Swift,
Charles D. Velie, W. C. Whitn'ey, E.
Snow Woodworth, John Washburn and
J. T. Wyman.
Archbishop Ireland and Bishop Ed
sall have accepted invitations and in
fheir parties are a number of the lead
ing clergy from the twin cities. Col
on'el Sweet, commandant of the post at
Fort Snelling, and the officers of the
post accompanied by their ladies are
also among the guests who have been
bidden to witness the plays.
New arrivals at Tonka Bay hotel
make the question of entertaining the
guests an important one. Mrs. Godfree,
who is the hostess at all social func
tions this year, set the ball rolling by
giving a euchre party in the hotel par
lors last evening. The arrangements
were very cosy and the tables were
placed around a blazing logfire, which
made everybody forgetful of the bleak
night and cloudy skiejS.
Jacob Mahler of St. Jppuis, who is at
the hotel for a suminef visit, has volun
teeredjfopse useful advice in the line of
entertajnment, and following his sug
gestions and with his assistance, Mrs.
Godfree is planning for a number of
unijque parties. Mr. Mahler is an au
thority on entertaining, as he teaches
the St. Louis society girls dancing and
other social accomplishments, and altho
his visit to Lake Minnetonka is to be
one great campaign against the finny
tribe in the upper and lower lakes, and
nothing else, he is delighted to help
out with ideas, for as he said, I love
to see the young people have a good
time.''
Mrs. Godfree and Mr. Mahler are ar
ranging for a cotillion Saturday even
ing, July 15, from 9 to 10 o'elo&k, pre
ceding the regular hop. The cotillion
is to be the battle of Port Arthur. The
men will probably be required to be
the fortifications while the girls will
attack them with serpentines as
weapons. In connection with this there
are to be some funny features, the char
acter of which is to be a secret until
the time of the event. It is to be an
invitation dance and thirty couples will
dance.
Friday evening, July 21, Mrs. God
free and Mrs. Edward Benedict will put
on a vaudeville entertainment. Mrs.
Benedict, whose share in putting on
"Chimes of Normandy" this winter in
the Auditorium was a large one, and
who showed excellent judgment and
ability in doing it, has arranged sev
eral charming short productions for par
lor-stage use, and the event will be a
delightful social feature. Other social
entertainments are being planned, such
as the afternoon teas, boating parties
and one gala evening for each week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Rubel, Henry
McDonald and Miss Margaret Lange of
Cincinnati arrived at the hotel yester
day and are in one of the cottage suites.
Mrs. Harry Ruby, Miss Mary Ruby,
Macon, Mo. Mrs. Anderson, James An
derson, Mrs. W. R. Martin and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Edes and family and Mr.
and Mrs. Witherspoon, all of Fort
Smith, Ark., are to make up a party of
southern guests at the hotel for July
and August.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wheelan, Omaha
Mrs. George W. Jones, Oak Park, 111.
Mrs. J. L. Barrett. Mr. and Mrs. J.
O'Connor Manilla, P. I. Mr. and Mrs.
W- L- Wilson, St. Paul Mr. and Mrs.
J. G. Kennev, Meadville Park MT. and
Mrs. A. B. Jones, Chicago, were guests
at the hotel this week.
Excelsior is to have a Fourth of July
celebration the like of which has never
been seen before. The most entertain
ing event will probably be the baseball
game on water, which is to be played
in the afternoon, with a swimming dia
mond and with a lot of hustling play
ers ducking after the ball. At 10 o'clock
in the morning the exercises will take
place on a platform on the commons.
A. H. Hall will deliver an address and
Mrs. J. L. Benton has trained a large
chorus of children to sing. The A. 0.
U. W. band will furnish the orchestral
music during the intermission. At 1:30
the water ball games will be called,
and in the morning there will be a
ball game between the teams on the
commons. In the evening the commit
will have a beautiful pyrotechnical
display and the illumination promises
to be unusually fine, as no expense and
effort have been spared to make it so.
Special trains will return to the city
late at night.
Miss Ida Purchase is entertaining
at an over-Sunday houseparty at her
summer home in Excelsior for a num
ber of the Eta Gamma sorority girls,
and an equal number of young men.
The girls came out this afternoon and
made up a roller skating party at the
Tonka Bay rink. In the evening they
will be .-joined by the men, and the sup
per will be served in picnic style on the
lawn of the Purchase cottage. Arter
supper one of the hops will be attend
ed. For^ tomorrow a sailing party is
planned in the upper lake, with a pic
nic luncheon- The trip will be made
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Massolt, Lillian Hoyt, Viva Canning,
Harriet Schreyer, Claudia Oswald,
Messrs. James Loudon, George Loudon,
George Purchase, Roy Swett, Oscar
Ertl, Andy Christianson, Fred Chris
tianson, Guy Allen and Stuart Lane.
Mrs. I. M. Purchase will entertain at
a Fourth of July party for her sons,
Anson and Elva. The guests will be
their school friends from Nazareth
school, Lake City, and St. Thomas
school, Prospect Park. The children
will be accompanied by their mothers.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Bell, Merriam
Park Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilcox, Mr. and
Mrs. O. R. Manners of St. Paul, are to
make up a house.party over July Fourth
at the summer home of Dr. and Mrs.
Fisher at Tonka Bay. Miss Nate will
be the guest of Miss Jessica Davidson.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Odell of Kansas
City are spending a few days at the
Hotel La Paul, Excelsior. Mr. and Mrs.
Odell are former residents of Excelsior
and are here renewing old acquaint
ances.
Mrs. M. T. Price and Miss S. F.
Smith of Elgin, 111., have been spending
a few days at the hotel. Mr. and Mrs.
R. S. Brittain and family of St. Joseph,
Mo., who have been at the hotel, re
turned to their southern home Thurs
day.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Berk of St. James
arrived at the hotel Thursday on a few
days' visit.
R. S .Burbaker, J. D. Armitage, W.
B. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smith.
and D. A. Mathcw were week-end guests
at the hotel.
Miss Alice Tillotson of Eureka enter
tained thirty members of the Minne
apolis East high school Wednesdaay for
an all-day outing. Picnic dinner was
served at noon and a trip of the lakes
followed in the afternoon.
Miss Irene Dougall entertained
Thursday at the summer home of her
aunt on the upper lake for a group of
college friends. The party of ten made
a trip on the lake early in the morning
and in the afternoon enioved roller
skating at the Tonka Bay rink.
Saturday will bring a number of new
arrivals to the White House and after
the Fourth of July the guests at the
hotel will be many. Mr. and Mrs. D.
G. Minor and family will come to the
lake today. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stuck
of Eau Claire, Wis., are also expected
today. Mr. and Mrs. Amberson and
Mrs. R. W. Mathews and daughters
come out July 3.
Among the late arrivals at the White
House were Mrs. P. C. Whiteomb, Miss
Cordelia Young, Miss Hattie Young,
Misses Eva and Kate Sears, B. C. Shel
don, H. E. Sterling, Minneapolis and
L. B. Young of Hutchinson, Kan.
The members of the First Presbyte
rian church, St. Paul, picnicked at
Spring Park yesterday.
The very mention of the word fish
brings to mind that Colonel Wilcoxsoh
of Carrolton, Mo., is about due at the
Sampson house, as he is expected today
or tomorrow. In his wake will follow
quite a party of Missouri fishermen,
who have tried Minnetonka, and who
have announced it all right for sport.
The full list of arrivals will be kntown
as soon as the colonel angler is at the
Sampson house and Host Sampson and
the guests will then know how many
there are to be and who.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wampler of White
Bear lake, Charles McMillen of San
Francisco and L. W. Hams arrived at
the Sampson House Tuesday. The Wed
tfesday Quests v/ere Mr. and MTS, A. E.
Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Paine, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Blackmer. Other guests were
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Odell, Kansas City
B. C. Sheldon, Miss Alice Stillman,
Miss Eleanor E. Sheldon, Ralph H.
Baldwin, Dr. A. E. Smith and Miss
Charlotte Whitehead.
St. John the Baptist Catholic church
of Excelsior will entertain a large
crowd of Minneapolis people on July
4. Arrangements have been made for
feeding 500 people. A large tent will
be pitched near the Casino and dinner
will be served from 11:30 a.m. until
the commissary gives out.
Father Joseph Busch will be in per
sonal charge of the entertainment, as
sisted by the ladies of the congrega
tion. In the evening there will be a
display of fireworks, an excursion on
the lake and other attractions. The
profits of the enterprise will be de
voted to paying off the debt of the
church, which was established two
yearsago.
LAKE BIPPLES.
Miss S. H. Clough -was a guest at the club
house Thursday
Miss Ruby Avery Is the guest of Mrs. William
Albe at her Excelsior cottage.
Miss Mabel Wyer entertained during the* week
Mrs Lee Davenport of Basin, Ariz.
Mr and Mis G. Tlmme were guests at
the Minnetonka Boat clubhouse Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Field of Des Moines,
Iowa, are at the Brown cottage, Deephaven.
Miss Bess Albee and Harry Thomas will be
guests at the Godart cottage over the Fourth.
Dr and Mrs. Donald McKenzie have gone
ts Red Rock on a visit, and will return home
today.
Dr and Mrs. C. G. Weston moved Into the
Woolf cottage at Meadville Park for the rest
of the summer.
Mrs. H. V. Fuller, Miss Helen Burbridge and
Henry Fuller were guests of Thorley Calester
at the Minnetonka Boat club Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Case of Motley, Minn
are to come to Brcelslor to spend the Fourth
with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hausman at their
cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. Maglnniss, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent
McQuald and Joseph Hoy of the Metropolitan
theater hare gone into camp at Lake Minne
tonka.
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Lane and their
family have taken the Lauderdale cottage at
Tonka Bay for the summer months and will
open it next week
HAY FEVER
SUFFERERS' MECCA AT
HEAD OF THE LAKES
Special Correspondence.
West Superior, June 30, 1905.Bight
up here at "the head of the lakes,"
the man who accumulates a "Bunch of
Sneeze" during the year is laughing at
"The Old Boy" who has made him
miserable for years. Lewis and Clark
"hit the trail" and discovered a great
country "Out West" that is having
a great celebration, but the importance
of their discovery is no more than the
finding of this point which is becoming
"The Mecca "for the hay fever sufferer.
The Interstate Hotel company that con
trols the West Superior at Superior and
the Spaulding at Ihiluth, two hotels that
will compare favorably with any hostel
ries in the Great West, succeeded dur
ing 1904 in interesting a great many
sufferers, and the immediate relief ob
tained has advertised these two points
widely. He is receiving scores of ap
plications for July and August, and has
only limited accommodation left. The
man who enioys good fishing, boating
and every desirable environment and
wants to take a "Hard Fall" out of
his arch enemy, will do well to get in
touch with the Interstate Hotel Co. at
Duluth.
HAWKINS*
EUROPEAN
HOTEL AND CAFE
EXCELSIOR MINN.
Hot and Furniture new and
Ufc-Ho-Dabe.
TABLE UNEXCELLED.
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Automobile Parties Given Special Attention.
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HISTORICAL
SOOIETY.
DR.DYS SAGHETS de TOILETTE
Known in Paris, London and New York as the
Greatest Beautifiers of the Complexion.
Sachets Simples, for young girls, the box of 50 sachets, $1.75.
Sachets de Jeunesse, for blondes, $3.75 per box. i"'
Sachets a l'Aubepine, for brunettes, $3.75 per box.
Sachets Concentres, for oily complexions, $3.75 per box.
Sachets de Fraicheur, for dry skin, $5.00 per box.
Sachets de Beaute, the great rejuvenators of the comjriexion,
box
Sachets Perles, for very sensitive skin, $7.50 per box.
All Sachets prevent and eradicate wrinkles and keep tine skin in perfect
condition.
The Seve Dermale, $2.50 per naon, a tonic to make the flesh hard and
firm, is used in connection with the Sachets as well as the Dysaline Cream,
75c per jar, the purest cream in the' world.
Send for Dr. Dys' interesting book, "More Than Beautiful," in which
he treats of feminine aesthetics and reveals secrets for the preservation of
youth and beauty.
V. DARSY, 8 East 30th Street,
Suite B, New York.
OUR JEWELRY STORE
Is well worth visiting, when you wish to buy a present always some
new idea, some dainty Parisian novelty, some suggestion
that will aid you in selecting
4* & Precious Stones and Watches***
Rookwood Pottery and Cut Glassware
IT'S A PLEASURE TO SHOW YOU OUR ASSORTMENT.
WELD & SONS, 524 Nicollet Avenue.
Why Not
Avail Yourself of Our
Mail Order Department
when contemplating the purchase of Diamonds,
Watches, Gold and Silver ware, or, in fact, Jew
elry of any description? We carry the most ex
tensive and beautiful assortment in the North
west, and on receipt of satisfactory references
any bank or reputable business house will do
we will send you, express prepaid, any article
you desire for your inspection. Our Mail Order
Department is thoroughly organized, and through
it we guarantee you as perfect satisfaction as if
you made your selection here in person.
Let Us Enroll You Among Our
Scores of Satisfied
Out-of-Town Customers
You can have every confidence in dealing
with us, for the name of S. Jacobs & Co. has
stood for more than a quarter of a century for
square and honest dealing.
S. JACOBS & COMPANY,
Diamond Importers, Gold and Silvtrsmiths,
518-520 Nicollet Ave, MINNEAPOLIS.
REAL ECONOMY IN
PIANOS
Does not lie in the price, but
in what you get for the price.
For 25 years we have been giving value received to every pur-
chaser, and as a result our business has grown from a small begin
ning to its present size. People have learned that at the "Met"
will be found only such pianos as can be relied upon, that the
prices are always the lowest considering the quality of goods, that
terms are easy and promises are kept.
It is easy to build up such a reputation on such pianos as
Steinway, Enabe, Weber, Gabler, Ivors & Pond, Kranich & Bach,
Emerson, Ludwig, Smith & Barnes, etc. The manufacturers stand
with us back of every piano.
41=43 So.
Sixth St.
'inis is an exact reproduction of our standard 28-ft. launch, 6^-ft. beam S
H. P. cylinder engine, has a seating capacity for twelve persons, a draught of
24 inches, speed 9 miles. One of the most desirable pleasure launches manufac-
tured, we also build motor boats, steam yachts, cabinet and open launches,
sail and row boats. Also a line designed for hunting and fishing. We have
been boat builders for particular people at this location for the past twenty years.
MOORE BOATWORKS
WAYZATA, MINN., ON LAKE MINNETONKA.
SEND STAMP FOR HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE.
Washington Island House
ISLEROYALE
La* Superior
Good flshWrbciatin*, bowling and other sports
No-Mahogany. No fall dress.
This Is Restful Piece.
Steamers leave Duluth Sundays. Mondays.
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
W. rL SINOER
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5.25 per
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CONEY ISLAND HOTEL
Under the Old Management.
Twla City loaz distance phone oaaeettmm.
Kaw 1 $8.00 and $IO Per Weak
R. ZE6LIH, Prop.
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Waconls, Mian.

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