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Mr. and Mrs. Guy Colquhon and child and Mrs.
Bmma McClnre of D\iluth were Sunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs Walter Prlnoe and Mrs.
Prince's mother, Mrs. Mary Prescott. They left
Monday morning for Spokane, Wash., where Mr.
Colquhon will go Into business with his brother.
Mrs. McOlure expects to spend the winter In th
The Altar guild of the Episcopal church met
Tuesday with th Misses Nelson at Olvre and
Miss Emma J. Morse of Minneapolis was the
guest Sunday of Mrs. Hattie Morse, Fourth
Mrs. Rebecca Higgins of Minneapolis has been
In Stillwater this week, the guest of Mrs. Sam
Alfred Swanman of St. Paul spent Sunday
with A. 6 Swanman and family.
Miss Mabelle Beam, who has been visiting
Mrs. Hattie MorBe, Fourth street N, for two
weeks, has returned to Mlnneanolis
Adclp. John and George Lawson of St Paul
[were in the city Sundaj Tisittng their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Lawson, Fourth street N.
Miss Agnes Colrin of Plainvlew, Minn is the
guest of Miss Sadie Conway, West Laurel street
Miss Hazel Patchin of Batavla, 111 arrived
today to spend the winter with her uncle and
unt, Mr. snd Mrs. George Atwood.
Mr. and Mrs Duncan obisholm hay* returned
from Tacoma, Wash and are at the home of
their daughter, Mrs James B. McGrath
Mrs. George Hughes and R. Kennv of Mliki
neapolis, Mrs A Whltworth and ,Mr. Bnch
1 aid of this city will give a concert Tuesday eve
ning at Chippewa Falls, Wis. The concert will
be followed by a ball with music by Buchard's
orchestra of this city
"Young Mrs Wlnthrop" win be given in the
high-school auditorium Tuesday evening, Nov.
SL Addison Madeira of Minneapolis is manager,
and the company comes here under the auspices
of the Stillwater Musical and Dramatic club.
The Ladles of the Maccabees gave a card and
dancing party Friday night in Odd Fellows' hall.
Charles Donahue of. New Richmond was in
the city Monday, the guest of John McCarthy,
Third street S.
Mr*. T. 0. Clark, who has been visiting
other and sister at Decorah, Iowa, for a few
days, arrived home Tuesday.
John McCarthv left Tuesday night tor Florida
I to do timber-land cruising for some prospective
buyers of this region.
Mrs. Samuel MoClure and Mrs. Arthur Bean
left Wednesday evening for the west. The lat
tr will go to Alhambra, Cal., and the former
jto Los Angeles Mrs. McClure expects to spend
part of the winter in that vicinltv
Miss Maude Batrhelder was hostess for the
Neighborhood Five Hundred club Wednesday eve
O. L. Kinyon, James McGuire. Paul Burtelaff,
Harry McGuire McGuire, with Mr. Scott
of St. Paul left Tuesday night for Nickerson,
Minn., Where thev will hunt deer
The Yeomen of Withrow gave a card and
dancing party Friday evening in Woodmen hall,
The Woman's institute met Tuesday afternoon
la the Nelson school building Mrs. Margaret
Blair of the agricultural college was present
and gave a talk on dressmaking.
Mrs Emma Jassov was hostess for the Ger
autn Reading club Tuesday afternoon
The Woman's Reuding club held its weekly
meeting Mondav Current topic* were present
ed by Mrs McClure The afternoon was in
charge of Mrs Samuel McOlure and Miss Tem
pleten Anderson The former gave a splendid
paper on "Thomas Gray" and the latter's sub
ject was "James Thompson The assisting la
dies were Mmes Robert Slaughter and Helen
MeClure, whose subjects weie "William Cow
per" and "Lnurence Sterne"
James Foley, Dr. Freligh William Magnuson
and Louis Wolf are back from a successful duck
hunt at Appleton, Minn
Harold and Spencer Knapp of Rochester, Minn.,
were guests of Mrs. C. Colllgan, Third street
The Sons of Herman have made arrangements
for a dance which is to he given Wednesday
evening in the^r hall
The George Crampton Concert company of
Chicago gave a concert Saturday evening in the
auditorinm of the Presbyterian church. Those
who appeared on the program were George
Crampton, Miss Florence Pettigrew, Theodore
Du Moulin and Mis rosier Merrill
H. Hagerman of Winton spent a few days
in the city this week.
Miss Elizabeth Chalmers, Third street S,
entertained the Senior Five Hundred club Wed
Mrs Glen Clark, SiTth street S, entertained
the Neighborhood club Friday afternoon
Ed McCarthy of Minneapolis spent Sunday in
Stillwater with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
McCarthy Third street S
Mrs George Lester of Fairmont, Minn., and
Mrs Bamnger of St Paul were guests of Mrs.
E Walsh Third street S, this week
James Gowan of Everett, Wash., has been
visiting his mother, Mrs Hannah Gowan, Third
street S, for several days
Mrs John Daly will leave soon for the west,
where she will spend the winter in San Fran
Mrs. Ed Johnson has been at Afton this week
visiting her sister, Mrs Paul Bahneman, who
recently removed there from South Stillwater
Arthur Stephens has returned from a two
months' trip to the southern states and to New
C. P. Donnellan, local manager of the North,
western Telephone company, attended a conven
tion of the managers of that Bystem which was
held at the Hotel Nicollet, Minneapolis, Thurs
day Friday and Saturday
Thomas H. Warren has received a letter
stating that his son, W Dudley Warren, is
ill with typhoid fever at Bismarck, N.
Carl Berglund and Alfred Mav have gone to
Wirt, Minn on a deer hunt. They expect to
be away ten days
Miss Inez Lyons entertained the Five Hundred
Club, No 1, Thursday evening.
Mrs. Herbert McKusick will have charge of the
Woman's Reading club tomorrow afternoon
Miss Effie Virginia Green, instructor of draw
ing in the public schools of Kansas City, Mo.,
was in the city Thursday visiting the local
Mrs. Charles Reed of White Bear was the
gnest Wednesday of Mr and Mrs. T. Fel
lows, West Hickory street.
A letter has been received from Mrs. P. W.
Mahler, formerly of this city, telling of the
recent death of her mother, Mrs. Myer, at
Auburn, N. Y.
The Knights of Pythias entertained a large
number of friends at a card party and dance
Friday evening in their hall
Miss Anna Sundtwrg of St. Paul has been
pending her vacation with her parents.
Robert Doe has gone to Sand Point, Tdaho,
Where he expects to enter the employ of a
logging firm as bookkeeper. Mrs. Doe will re
main here this winter.
Miss Helen Gagne, Martha street S, enter
tained forty friends Wednesday night Games
and dancing were the amusements.
Martin Thon of West Laurel street was host
at a birthday anniversary party Wednesday
The St. Croix lodge gave a card party Thurs
day night in Odd Fellows' hall.
The Hyperion club, a new organisation, will
give a dance tomorrow night in the Sons of
Herman hall. The members of the club are
Misses Edna O'Neal, Gertrude Bichten, Jule
Masterman, Elizabeth Mosier, Messrs. Al Mc
Donald, Gilbert Davis, Leo McDonald, Erie
Castle and Robert McDonald.
The Souvenir Whist club surprised Mrs. Her
man Hagerman of Broadway S Wednesday
afternoon Mrs. Hagerman expects to leave soo\i
for Winton, Minn to reside.
Mrs. George H. Maish, who has been the
guest of Captain and Mrs Louis Maish, West
Pine street, for several weeks, has returned to
her home at Des Moines, Iowa
Miss May O'Neal entertained the "Nnlli Se
cundus" Five Hundred club Friday evening at
her home, Fourth street S
Mr and Mrs. Graham of Milwaukee, are
guests of Mi. and Mrs. Irving Wallis.
The- Merriam Park study class met Wednes
day afternoon at the home of Mrs E. Moore.
Mmes Currie, Hayes and Rogers discussed "The
Science of This Century."
Mrs. 0 W. Pierce of Oshkosh, Wis has
been a guest of Mr and Mrs. P. AdamSon.
Rev. and Mrs Henderson entertained
the Young Men's Literary club at dinner Tues
Mrs. V. Badgley has returned to Superior.
Mr. and Mrs. W H. Orandall of Carroll street,
are entertaining Mr and Mrs H. Turner
Miss Margaret Tlernan entertained Bishop
Gilbert chapter of the Daughters of the King
of St. Mary's church Monday evening.
The Senior Brotherhood of St. Andiew, of St.
Mary Episcopal diurch was entertained Ttaes
flay evening toy Rev. and Mrs. George Ten
Mr. and Mrs W. D. Fargo have returned
from a visit to their children in Chicago
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Folsom will spend the
winter with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Emery of
Mrs W. O Hillman has returned from In
Dr and Mrs J. M. Harrison have gone to
Mrs. M. Phillips, who has been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Ter Bush, has returned to
Mrs Albert Nash has returned from Buf
falo, N. Y.
Mrs. Elliott of Iglehart street, has been elf?
tertaining her sister, Miss Elizabeth Apple of
Yankton, S. D.
Mrs. M. E Lashuer has returned from Chi
Mrs. George Smitten is visiting her parents,
0tf^2T.^nL. Mrs. Orandall Owatonna
OurtiM Austin entertained Thursday tve- for tne wlnttr.-
ning in honor of Dr. and Mrs. L. L. McCol
lester of Michigan.
Mrs Weeks has gone to California to spend
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Turner have returned
from the east.
Miss Julia Foulke has gone to Vandalla, 111.
Mrs. Overpeck has issued cards for a recep
tion to be given Thursday in honor ofT
Peck of Minneapolis
Mrs Grier Orr has Issued cards for a re
ception to be given Friday afternoon.
Miss Anita Shepardson has gone to Albert
Lea for the winter.
Miss Josephine Allen and Miss Martin of
Madison, Wis were flrst-of-the week guests of
Mrs. L. M. Sherman of Rondo street.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dauzn left Wednesday
for their home in Albuquerque, N. M.
Mrs. Thomas MeDavitt of Grand avenue, will
give a reception Nov. 22 to Introduce her
daughter, Miss Esther MeDavitt.
Mrs. Thomas A. Abbott of Ashland avenue,
has issued cards for a reception to be glv^n'
Thursday, Nov. 23, to introduce her daughter,
Miss May Abbott.
Mrs. J. a Markoe, Selby avenue, has issued
cards for a reception to be given Saturday
afternoon, to introdnoe her daughter, Miss Marie
Mrs. a. M. Prouty of Summit avenue, win
give a reception Thursday, to introduce her
daughter. Miss Velma Prouty.
Mrs. Henry HuteMnga'of Summit avenue will
give a reception on Wednesday, to present her
daughter, Mlas Hutchings and Miss Leda Hutch
Mrs Judson Wade Bishop of Mackubin street,
gave a reception Thursday afternoon to introduce
her daughters, Miss Bishop and Miss Mabel
Bishop Miss Bishop wore a gown of white lib
erty silk and her sister was in white mull.
Presiding at the table in the dining-room were
Mmes. Maxfleld, A. Castle and Frank
Bass. Punch was served by Mrs. W. B. Bram
hall and Mrs. Paris Fletcher.
Mrs. J. W. Owens and Mrs. William Warren
Owens gave a reception Tuesday to introduce
Miss Laura Cook. The reception-room where
the guests were received, was beautiful with
pink chrysanthemums and ferns. Miss Cook
wore white Paris muslin and lace and held a
bouquet of pink chrysanthemums and violets.
MmeB John Hill, Matt Clark, C. B. Stone
and Albert Schuneman served the coffee and
Ice. Mrs. William Langford and Mrs. Dalzell
presided at the punch table.
ST. PAUL: FORT SNELLING: SUBURBAN:
Mr. and Mrs Edward H. Cutler of Summit
avenue, have issued invitations for the mar
riage of their daughter, Mary Hale, to Howard
Hallet Sargent, of Milwaukee, which will take
place Tuesday evening, Nov. 28, in the Church
of the New Jerusalem on Virginia avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson will give a
dancing party Friday evening, for Miss Black
and Miss Prouty. Invitations have been seat
to only the unmarried men and young women.
The S Paul German club will give its first
cotillion on Deo. 1, instead of on Thanksgiving
evening, as first planned. Michael Boyle and
Burns wf lead it
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Ldghtner Summit
avenue, will entertain at bridge Wednesday
Miss Margery Barrows made her debut last
week at a reception given by her mother, Mrs
Morton Barrows Miss Barrows in a frock of
French lawn and Valenciennes lace, stood with
her mother in front of an oriole window massed
with palms and yellow chrysanthemums Her
bouquet was of marguerites and violets. Mmes.
Noble, Maxfleld, William Davis and William
Bramhall served tea and coffee. Mmes Charles
Smith, James P. Elmer and Samuel
Strickland had charge of the punch table.
Mrs William Dawson gave the second of her
four afternoons In November, on Friday when
Miss Mary Dawson was presented to a large
number of her mother's friends The debutante
wore a dainty creation of lace and taffeta and
carried catlyea orchids Mmes. Dawson. Justus
Rice, Maurice Auerbach, William Lindeke and
Laughton Blood were among those assisting the
Claude Madden and his string
sented the program for the musical
Mrs James J. Hill, Wednesday
which Mrs Samuel Hill of Washingti
was guest of honor. There were elghi
and the program was a delightful one
ST. ANTHONY PARK
Mrs. Walter Chase of Bayless avenue, gave
a kitchen shower for Miss Sadie Chase, Wednes
day afternoon. Miss Jennie Ware was the host
ess at a parcel .shower for Miss Chase on Thurs
day afternoon Miss Bertha Seegar entertained
at a luncheon Friday in honor of the bride Miss
Chase and Joseph Goldsbury were the guests
of honor at a dinner given Friday evening by
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hall of Bayless avenue
Mrs. E. 0. Francis and Miss Helen Francis of
Pym street entertained at a kaffee-klutche yes
terday afternoon in honor of Miss Chase
Mr. and Mrs C. N Lovene entertained at
cards Wednesday evening.
Miss Myrtle Weed and Miss Myrtle Cram
ave a handkerchief shower Monday afternoon
honor of Miss Sadie Chase. Mrs. Andrew
Erwin and Miss May Erwin gave a recipe
shower Tuesday afternoon for Miss Chase The
parlors were decorated with yellow chrysan
themums and the library in white chrysanthe
mums. The twenty-eight guests wrote the
recipes on heart-shaped leaves, that were show
eied from a large hanging cornucopia. A
guessing contest furnished other amusement.
Miss Boutelle of Pipestone and Miss Boutelle
of Arlington, were guests of their mother, Mrs.
Boutelle preceptress at the experiment farm
Miss Virginia Greenwalt of White Bear Lake,
spent the week with Colonel and Mrs. William
Mrs. William Grey has returned from Duluth.
Mr. and Mrs Coates P. Bull entertained in
formally at euchre Tuesday evening
The alumni of Murray school are preparing
an entertainment which will be given Nov. 27
in St Anthony Park Congregational church.
The proceeds will be used for the purchase of
the school piano Mrs. Frank Tisdale has charge
of the musical part of Hie entertainment.
The freshmen of the agricultural school were
entertained Monday evening at a reception given
by the senior class at the armory.
The faculty of the agricultural school enter
tained the Athletic association of the school
Mrs. A. J. Wilson and Miss Nettle Wilson
were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. McCarriel
of South Minneapolis.
Mrs Margaret Blair of the agricultural school
spoke before the Washington County Woman's
Institute at Still-water- Monday &rs Blair
also addressed the Settlement Workers Thursday
evening, In the First Baptist church of St. Paul.
Tne postponed meeting of the Ladles' History,
class was held Thursday afternoon at the home
of Professor and Mrs. T. F. Haecker. Mrs.
George Shellenbarger gave the lesson on Ameri
can history and Mrs. William Liggett the cur
rent events paper.
Mrs John Gould will entertain the Ladies*
Monday club tomorrow afternoon at Hotel Rich
Mrs. William Plant leaves soon to visit Mr.
and Mrs Harvey Blodgett at Topeka, Kan.
The ladies of the Methodist church gave a
social Friday evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs Harry Turner
Mrs John Bannon and children have gone to
the Pacific coast for the winter.
Mrs M. Whitney of Minneapolis /and Mrs,
D. E Clarke formerl of Anthony Park
and of flrst-of-the
week guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Burghardt
&" gon to Los Angeles, Cat.,,
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v&%*%, 4J S
Miss Leora Easton of Little Falls, spent Sun
day with Mr. ana Mrs C. C. cnase.
The L. B. T. V, club will give a hosiery
shower Thursday afternoon at the home of Miss
Gertrude Good, in honor of Miss Edna Cody,
whose marriage will take place the last week
Mrs. Charles W Chase of University avenue
gave a large ..uncheon Monday afternoon, in
honor of her cousin, Mrs. John Easton of War
Miss Elisabeth Way of Morris, Minn., has
been a recent guest of Miss Hattie Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. W W. Rich entertained a party
of men from Marshall, Minn., and Madison,
Wis, Sunday at dinner.
Mrs. Grover of EvanBton, 111., has been a
recent guest of Mr. and Mrs J. T. Stewart.
Miss Bonnie Harrison has returned to her
home from a visit to relatives at Louisville,
Ky., where she was the recepient of a great
deal of attention. Miss Harrison is a daughter
of Mrs. H. L. Cooper, wife of Lieutenant H.
L. Cooper, 28th Infantry.
Mrs. S. R. Allen of the artillery garrison
went to Chicago Friday night to meet Miss
Allen on her return from a visit to Brooklyn,
where she recently made her debut at the
home of her grandmother. Mrs Allen and Miss
Allen will remain in Chicago for a few days
Lieutenants Talbott and Moreno have return
ed from their map-making expiditlons and have
resumed regular duty. Mrs. Talbott and Mrs.
Moreno returned with their husbands.
Mrs Rhodes, sister of Lieutenant Price, is
expected to visit the post again in a few days
to make quite an extended stay with her
Lieutenant A. M. Hall has returned from a
visit to Knoxville.
The first formal hop fothls season will be
given by the Officers' Hop Association at
Fort Snelllng on the evening before Thanks
giving. Invntations will be by card only.
There will be four of these formal functions
this winter at the fort
young women of Hamllne university
reception Thursday afternoon, in honor
Josep Hackney who has recently dec
*td and furnished a students' rest-room at
tn uniYepgity. The guest of honor was pre
sented with a cluster of American Beauty roses
tied with the college colors, red and silver.
Mrs. George H. Bridgman, Miss Helen Mimro
and Miss Bertha Bell received with Mrs. Hack
A party of university young women with
Miss Edith Reed as chaperone, went to North
field Friday for*the football games.
Miss Helen Brewster has gone to Btewart
The Hamllne Fortnightly club met Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George
Budd Mmes Henry Behrenn and Albert Wal
lace presented papers.
The district meeting of the Foreign Mission
societies of the Methodist churches will be held
in the Hamllne Methodist church Friday.
Mrs. C. Holllg is entertaining her niece,
Miss Edna Cole of Lake Crystal.
Mrs. Charles Sharps entertained the Hamllne
Chapter of the Daughters of the King Friday
Mrs Merrill has gone to Unalaska, Wfis.,
with Mrs Brandwick.
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10 Editorial! Seci^ THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. y^-rflBgFySunday, November 12, 1905 yyy? ^f^f^r^
a visit to her parents.
Mrs. Elliott has, returned from a visit on
the Pacific coast.
Mrs. George Macloskie, who has been visiting
her mother here, has returned to New York.
Miss Gordon has returned from Havana, 111.
Mrs. E. W. Kaley has returned from Dell
Mrs. Wilheimi has returned from Chicago.
9 Mrs Wheeler has gone to Los Angeles, Cal
for the winter.
Miss Marian Gleason has returned to North
Mrs. Wallace Boyer has returned from a
month's visit in Duluth.
Miss Nellie Davis of Cumberland, Wis., Is
visiting Miss Elsie Davis
Miss Blanche Donahue of Clear Lake, Iowa,
is visiting friends here
A surprise party was given Saturday night
for Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Totushek. About forty
guests were present and refreshments were
Miss Emma Timberlake of Arundel street, has
gone to Omaha to remain until Thanksgiving.
Mrs Henry Rice, accompanied by Mrs.
Maurice Auerbach, Miss Neill of Montana, and
Miss Day, left last week for Washington, C.
Mrs Russell R. Dorr is occupying the- house
at 632 Holly avenue. Miss Forsyth will spend
the winter with her
Mrs D. Thomas and daughters, Harriet
and Helen, of Ashland avenue, returned this
morning after a six weeks' visit in Ohio.
Mrs Bunn of Madison, Wis is visiting her
son, Charles W. Bunn, and Mrs. Bunn of Port
Howard Morphy of Nina avenue has returned
Miss Arnold! of Toronto, is the guest of Mrs.
W Strickland Laurel avenue.
Miss Nancy Mitchell of Philadelphia, Is the
guest of Mrs. Charles Spencer, Summit avenue.
Mrs C. E Flandrau, Pleasant avenue, has
Mi. and Mrs. Franklin T. Parlin and Benja
min Schurmeier of the Aberdeen left yester
day for French Lick
Mrs Clarence Stemble arrived from Chicago
yesterday to visit her mother, Mrs Tarbox
Mr and Mrs A B. Clapp of New York, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Pinckney at the
Mr and Mrs Kenneth Clark and Mrs Gil
christ, Portland avenue, have returned from a
month's visit in New York and the east
Mr and Mis. Edward P. Bassford, Jr, have
returned from their wedding tour and will be
at home after Nov 15 at 455 Iglehart street.
Mr and Mrs William Kirk, Summit ave
nue, have returned from the east
Miss Burns, Portland avenue, has returned
from a visit In Madison, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs Edward Hersey, Summit
avenue, left last week for New York
Mr and Mrs George T. Slade and Miss Boeck
man are expected home from Europe Deo. 1.
Miss Emma Gllfillan has returned from the
Gilfillan farm at Morgan, Minn and is at
Friday night in
I. O O hall by the Jewell Rebekah lodge
The Danish Brotherhood held Its annual fes
tival Saturday night in Opera hall. The dancing
music, decorations and refreshments were all
characteristic of and suggestive of the father
land to the forty couples who attended.
The Danish Sisterhood is planning for a mas
querade ball to be given in Olsen's hall Sat
urday nigbt, Dec.
Thanksgiving evening a dance will be given by
the Eagles in Olsen's hall.
The Hopkins Dramatic club Is adding the fin
ishing touches to the play, "Tomkin's Hired
Man, which will be presented at the Opera
hall Saturday evening, Nov. 25, for the benefit
of the local fire department.
The Ladies' Aid society of St Mary's Cath
olic church will meet Tuesday afternoon with
Mrs. Frank Miller.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Congregational
church met with Mrs HolHster and Mrs Gould
Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Hoi
lister on Excelsior avenue. During the evening,
after the supper had been served, a mock art
gallery furnished amusement The meeting was
open to men and about 100 guests were present.
Mrs Constance is to entertain the Aid society
of the E church Wednesday afternoon. A
luncheon will be served
The regular meeting of the Eagles lodge win
be held Tuesday, Nov 21, for the nomination
of new officers.
The A. 0 U. W lodge will hold its first an
nual meeting in the new I. O. O. hall Tues
day evening Saturday afternoon
_, Havacek spent Tuesday In St.
Paul with friends
Last Sunday Edward Breu returned home
from Tabor, Minn where he had been vlsitlnsr
relatives for several weeks.
McDonald returned Tuesday from a
two weeks' visit to Macon. Mo
Mrs Wendt of St Bonifaeius spent last
week with her daughter, Mrs. J. Ma"
ST. LOUIS PARK
A surprise party was given for Miss Lottie
De Pew Thursday evening by about twenty ot
her intimate friends.
A social is to be given Friday evening by the
Christian Endeavor society in Odd Fellows* hall
An excellent musical program and elaborate re
freshments are being arranged
Filday night a masquerade ball'Was given In
Odd Fellows' hall.
Saturday evening two wagons, each drawn by
four hor&es and packed with young people from
the Park, carried them all to Groveland Park
Lake Minnetonka, where they were served with
a hdt oyster supper.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist
church will meet Wednesday with Mrs Martin
Miss Lewis entertained at tea Thursday even
ing for Mrs. H. T. Battee
Several prominent members of the Chapman
party, accompanied by a well-known singer, will
come this evening and tomorrow evening to
hold revival meetings in the Congregational
Much Interest is being aroused by the organ
ization of a Park football team. The first game
will be played this week with the Hopkins team.
Miss May Sufkin has left for Chicago, where
she will make her home with her aunt, Mrs.
C. E. Allison.
The two brothers of Squire Peterson came here
from Tyler, Minn., last week to visit him.
Secretary Nic Enau and Superintendent Battee
are in South Dakota.
Rev. Mr. Young of Hamllne, pastor of the
Methodist church, spent Tuesday evening here
organizing a basketball team
Charles Hamilton, postmaster, has moved to
the South Side.
Mrs. George J. Fuller, George J. Fuller Jr.,
and Miss Edith Rommel of Minneapolis are in
Los Angeles and will spend the winter in south
J. B. Robbins has returned from St. Paul to
his home in Hollywood
W. Grant and daughter of Waseca, Minn
are visiting Mr. Grant's son, B. W. Grant, at
Emerson Vokes of Duluth, Minn., is visiting
in Los Angeles
Walter Holsinger of Minneapolis is visiting his
brother S. W. Holsinger In Pasadena.
D. S. Harwood has returned to Riverside after
a visit at St. Cloud Minn.
W. C. Stacy of San Pedro is home from a stay
of three months in Minneapolis.
Frank L. Miller of Minneapolis is in Bed
O. A. Couch of Minneapolis was a recent guest
A pretty wedding took place recently at
the home of Mr and Mrs. O H. Goodell of Pa
cific Beach, San Diego, when their daughter,
Martha Lydia, wa married to 0. Axthur Walton.
Rev. Mr. Watson of San Diego officiated in the
presence of relatives and friends. Mr. Walton
is a successful ranchman of Fallbrook, and tht
bride is a graduate of the Wesleyan university
and the state noimal school of Nebraska. Before
coming to California two years ago she was
a teacher In one of the high schools of St Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. Walton will make their home
SCHOOL FOR SINGER'S CHILD
Schumann-Heinle's Daughter to Study
In St. Louis Convent.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Mme. Schumann-Heink comes to St.
Louis this week for her Century en
gagement in "Love's Lottery." She
will meet here by appointment her three
youngest children and place her 9-year-
old daughter, little Marie Theresa, in
the Visitation convent Cabanne to
be educated by the good Yisitation
This is th result'of a decision fol
lowing her visit to St. Louis last year.
At that time Mme. Schumann-Heink
visited the Visitation convent, and was
so impressed that she made especial in
quiries concerning that famous educa
tional institution, the outcome of which
was her determination that little Marie
Theresa should become a Visitation
At the time this decision was reached
Mme. Schumann-Heink's children were
Europe. Before going to join them
at the close of last season she pur
chased a beautiful home at Ludlow-on
the-Hudson, and, when she returned to
this country last August, she brought
her three children, Ferdinand, aged 12,
Mane Theresa, just passed 9, and little
George Washington, 7 years old. The
two boys were placed at a'private school
in Yonkers, but will accompany their
sister to St. Louis to spend the week
with their mother before she departs
to fill her Pacific coast engagement.
Mme. Schumann-Heink herself was
educated by the Ursuline sisters in a
famous convent just outside of Prague.
Her father was Major Roessler of the
Austrian army, and when he took her
to the sisters ne asked them to instruct
her in the way that her talents devel
oped bestand by no means to overlook
her singing Mme.*8ehumann-Ieink
says now that it wast due more to the
teaching of the nuns in the Prague con
vent, than to anything else, that she
has achieved success as a singer.
GROWTH OP INDEPENDENCE
New York Sun.
Theodore Roosevelt received many
democratic votes and is supported by
Mr. Bryan, the representative demo
crat, and Bryan democrats generally.
No sharp, purely political issue divides
national parties. More and more, peo
ple think, act and vote for themselves
and as they sweetly please.
Last fall Massachusetts, Missouri
and Minnesota gave their electoral
votes for Roosevelt and elected demo
cratic governors. In Wisconsin La Fol
lette, who is his own platform and
party, defied and beat some of the most
powerful republican leaders and the
stalwart faction. Governor still, senator
in congress when he chooses to take his
seat, he has forced his will upon the
legislature, incorporated it into the
statute books. Like him or hate him,
approve or disapprove his radical opin
ions, he is a chief of triumphant inde
Philadelphia, the meekest represent
ative of docile publics, is now boiling
over with independence. There and
everywhere the voters are kicking ef
fectively and the bosses are on the run.
In New Jersey, Fagan and Colby are
booting the bosses all over the state.
In New York city William Travers
Jerome is fighting against boss rule,
and men of many parties and of no
party gather to his standard. The in
tolerance with bosses and bosslets, the
contempt for hidebound partizanship,
the aspiration for a real and honest
government by the people, are as strong
here as anywhere. It is the golden
time of the independent voter.
In buying your furnishings from us, you are secure from any possible
danger of having to stand the loss on any article that does not prove
satisfactory. Our guarantee accompanies each and every purchase, and
anything bought in our store that does not stand the test, wJU be re-
placed free of charge, or money refunded.
MOORE & SCRIVER,
John A. Merritt, the present post
master of the nation's capital, was in
early life a farmer, and before study
ing law worked in a grocery store.
OLD FURNITURE RBUPHOLSTERED.
711-713 Nicollet Ave. -f^
"HA k Special for Monda
A. ZEKMAN, Furrier. 13 Fifth Street South. 3
HLB OsM Fine Alaska Otter Jackets. .V.*175 $125
^G0 ^|^F Fine Krimmer Jackets 55 4 0
"J Note the AdjireBB.^Ber Nic. and Hen.
Fine Near Seal Jackets 60 4 5
Fine Astrakhan Jackets 65 4 0
Every Fur Neckpiece in the house reduced. -We caa save you some
money on this sale. Get our prices.
Our line of ladies' and gentlemen's Fur-lined Coats leads them all in
price and quality. See them.
We run our own
to our Rob-
LOT 1Will be found to con
tain over 100 smart custom
tailored walking suits in both
long and short coats materials
are very stylish, including
handsome grey mixtures,
checks, broadcloths and serges
in black, plum and green, that
are worth $35, $40 and $45, at
Snappy Styles la Coats
We show for the first time Monday a
number of recent arrivals in novelty
coats qt heavy, fancy Scotch mixtures
in browns, greys, greens and tan cov-
Black keraey and broadcloth Coats,
50 and 52-inch, tight-fitting, tf* t?
$35 $30 and
52-m. black montagnao, fitted 9
back, half satin lined coats at. yy^
Fancy herringbone pattern oxford of
a warm, heavy plaid back material,
yoke and sleeve lining,"
100 Pieces Black Taffeta Silks
In 19, 27 and 36-inch widths, will be placed on sale in
the silk aisle at the following sacrifice prices
38c 48c58c68c 78c88c$1.18
suits, wraps, waists, and almost any wanted purposes
Colored Pean de Chine and Poplins
20 inches wide, in all shades, with a beautiful soft
finish. The kind that wears,
Peau de Messaline
In white, ivory and cream, with a beautiful soft lustre,
22 to 22 inches wide, suitable for waists
and gowns, at only 98c 78C68
Do you want a
In order to make room for our
fall stock of pianos we must close
out all used pianos. We offer them
at great reductions in the following
makes: A very fine Everett $248
One Schubert, large size 230
One Grabler, large size, mahog
any case 240
One Everett 210
One Weber, good as new, ma
hogany case 290
One Fischer 165
One Anderson, large size.... 265
These have all been taken in as
part payment on our Sohmer, Vose,
S. W. Raudenbush & Co.
Bandenbnsh Bnilding, St. Paul
Call and Hear the Oecilian Piano.
FOR THE BEST
CLEANING and DYEING
for both Ladies' aid Gentlemen's
Clothing, go to
HENRY BROS.' Dye House
Cor. 1st Av. So. and 7th St.
Chas. Cronioh, Mgr.
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SILK HEADQUARTERS OF THE NORTHWEST
SIXTH AND ROBERT STREETS, ST. PAUL, MINN.
Is A 2Tun That Eat Stood for Superlative Style and duality Sinoe 1870
A Very Special Purchase of
Custom Tailored Suits
made by our buyer, now in the Eastern market, together
with selections from our own complete stock, offers the
n|art dressers of the Twin Cities an unusual opportunity
toT)uy correctly tailored and stylish suits
AT A PRICE WHICH MEANS A POSITIVE SAVING
LOT 2Includes every new
model brought out this season
in both long and short effects,
smart Bolero, Eton and blouse
styles, braid and velvet trim
med, long, graceful coat the
materials are the newest, the
shades the most popular
worth $50 to $65. Monday at
Costumes and Evening COQLS.
We are showing some beautiful crea
tions in costumes for all occasions in
distinct styles, and a great many of
them. They come in messaline, crepe
de chine, taffeta, chiffon cloths, radium
lace and net in colors. They have that
individual style and character which
will surely appeal to you at prices
from $35 $200
Evening Goats in
Lace from $35
AND STILL GREATER WILL BE THE SALE MONDAY AT 9:30
Those who attend this sale tomorrow will participate in one of the greatest value-giving sales at silk
headquarters that it has ever been our good fortune to offer. They are all new, fresh goods, bought
the past week by our buyer, who has been -searching the Eastern markets for special bargains.
We AnticipateMonday Will Be a Record Breaker
And would advise you all to be on hand promptly, as the quantity, quality and styles there will be to select from
and the littleness of the price at which the goods are offered, will make this a sale long to be remembered.
Read Every Item Carefully, as they are all Money-Savers
olvrO+e Chiffon, Chiffon al Duvel, Panne, German and Boulevard Velvets an Corduroys,
vlVvW well known fabrics. Our stock is complete. Any
shades you may want. Suitable for gowns, shirtwaist
FANCY SHIRTWAIST SILKS
8,750 yards, all this season's choicest designs and colorings, in checks,
stripes, plaids, figures, chints effects, in two, three and four-tone colorings,
will be sold Monday in two lots. They are extra special values at
Schlampp & Reinecke
911 20th Ave. Worth.
Formerly with the Plymouth Clothing House.
A Guarantee! Saving of 10 per cent on each article.
Our Lcrsv Rent Ioes It.
Take Cedar & Emerson car, or 1st Ave. & 20th Ave. ear,
going north, to Bryant Ave.
Telephone, N. W. 3901-J.
THE UNCLE PM
Special Values at
$40, $45 and $50
Extra Fine Black Crepe de Chine
24 to 44 in. wide, affords you a great opportunity if you
are in need of a handsome black dress or waist, at
49c 69c 89c $1.18 $1.68 $1.98
$1.00d to $2.50ethlalni
Colored Crtpe de Chine
20 inches wide, in all shades, in plain and changeable
colors, that are guaranteed to wear, will jk
be offered Monday at T*^rC
Colored Taffeta SHks
24 inches wide, in all colors, of a fine quality, suitable
for evening and reception gowns, waists, jk
mufflers, etc. Monday at TT^r
GET OUR PRICES.'
Russian Mink Neck Pieces, from $3.00 to $15.00
French Marten Neck Pieces, from $3.00 to $15.00
Brown Marten Neck Pieces, from $4.50 to $25.00
Russian Marten Neck Pieces, from $8.25" to $25.00
Sable and Isabella Wolf, from $4.65 to $15.00
Sable and Isabella Fox, from $5.65 to $35.00
Genuine Cub Bears (in all shades), from.$15.00 to $100.00
Natural Squirrel Neck Pieces, from $4.65 to $25.00
Blended Squirrel Neck Pieces, from $4.50 to $25.00
Japanese Squirrel Neck Pieces, from $5.65 to $50.00
Mink, Blended and Natural, from $5.50 to $165.50
Baum Marten Neck Pieces, from $15.00 to $200.00
Ermine Neck Pieces, from $35.00 to $400.00
-QUICKLY COOKED PACKAGE
DELfCOUS SOI. ALL LEADING GROCERS
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