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Which is Slumbering Almost During
the Quiet of the Sacred Forty
Several Events That Have Caused
Brief Eipples Within the Past
Six Days.
Gosslppy Paragraphs Tliat Will Be
Head With Interest— Several
Grows i.rs» Dizzy in Minneapolis as
Lent I*
The effects of Lent on society in Minne
apolis were plainly perceptible last week.
A duller period the city lias not known for
months— certainly not since the season
so brilliantly opened last fall. People con
tinue to get married and will insist on play-
Ing cards and drinking tea, but further than
that few care to go during the somber sea
son. Beneath the shadows and within the
secresy of a man's own vine and tig tree
these little social dissipations do not sound
badly, even in Lent, but the public bail and
dance, the late supper, the gay masquerade
and the giddy church sociable are laid aside
until after Easter's benignant smile. Even
the .theater is feeling the change wrought
by Lent.
In Minneapolis the chance from winter
to summer is barely a step. The thaw
comes, tiie snow and ice disappear lad the
sun leaps out with all llm fervor of summer.
With an equal bound the tfeoogntsof the
people leap from winter piyeties to summer
past i mo.*. Then is no iiitenvirmun. Al
ready the family is planning for its removal
to Minnetonka or its visit to the sea shore,
and though two months must intervene
they are not thought of.
The elegant new quarters of the Press
club are to be opened in a formally informal
vay today, and most of the newspaper
Uien Of the twin Cities will be present. Mr.
Sinalley of tbe Nonhuest Magazine will
entertain the club with a paper, alter which
a dinner will be given at the West hotel.
It is the Club's intention to make an annual
dinner a feature of its history ami thus
brii,L r all its members into closer social re
The veterans of M nnoanolis were as
sisted by their brethren (ran Other parts of
the stale in holding uiffh and merry carni
val at Hannonia ha'i on Thursday evening
in the shape of s reunion picnic. The in
evitable bean banquet was. of coarse, there
and the eveuuig closed with a merry dance.
The program rendered was as billows:
Overture B Miller's Band
Vocal duet— "Army and Navy"
Messrs. Barker and Pruss
Address.. .Wm. Thomas, MankatO. Dep'tCotn
Vocal solo Mrs. Harry Lord
Address Gov. L. P. Jlubbard. St. Paul
Vocal iluet L. W. Pruss and Miss Williams
Becitation — "Fisblos;" Miss Lula Page
Comic sonz — "My Johnny was a Shoe
maker" E. H. Case
Address D. E. Myers, St. Cloud
BecitatKm Miss Maud Brearly
Music Miller's Bund
Altogether it was ■ highly enjoyable af
fair and quite creditably managed.
Court Minneapolis, 7191, Ancient Order
of foresters, will give aneatertainaaentand
dance on Friday evening next at Curtis
hall. Tlic affair is iv charge of the follow
ing committee:
Executive Committee — Robert Butter, E.
B. Morrison. L. Bader. John M. Thomson.
William Jlo-kiu, A. O. Carter, Fred William-
Reception Committee — Dr. A. B Catrs. Dr.
F. M. Gibson, F. J. Gib9ou, J. Wilsou Mur
Floor Committee— L. Badir. J. H. Constan
tino, C B. Williitn.-on, George H. Bartlett,
A. O. Carter.
The program, which will be followed by
a dance, is as follows:
Piano solo Sonato 26 Beethoven.
Miss Funny Hurlinger.
Address Forestry.
Dr. A. A. Ames
Song 'The Emigrant."
Prof. Willard Patten.
Reading- Bingen on the Rhine.
Mr. J. W. Murray.
Sonjr "Glyadwr."
Mr., R. Roberts.
Piano w>lo — Pollaeo Brillante. .Miss M. Minor
R ; citatir>r — Gsimout Hall... Mrs. H. E. Wilson
800g — Selected Prof. Willard Patten
Piano solo — 3 sleeted Miss Dawson
boug — Selected Mrs. E. Mill ward
A very pleasant musical and dramatic
entertaiumeut was given on Friday evening,
at the First Congregational church, under the
auspice-; of the Heart and Hand society.
The performers included Mrs. Emma
La-hmund-Sohmid, Mrs. Bertha Craneh-
Krnst. Mr. Ernest Lachuiund and
Mr. Cart V. Lachmund, all of whom
are artists of recojf uized merit. The program
opened with a trio, Figaro selections of Mo
zart, by Mr. Schtnid, tlute, Mr. B. Lachinund.
and Mrs. Schmid. piano. This was followed
by a cello solo. '"UoWHOO of Coltcrinanu." a
beautiful selection, played by Mr. E. Lach
mund. Mrs. Ernst then gave a recitation
from Shakespeare, Wooing of King Henry V.,
with good dramatic effect. After this there
followed a piano solo, "Concerto," Hummel,
by Mrs. Schmid; trio of Schubert and Beetho
ven selections, two violins and cello, Mrs.
Schmid and Messrs. Curl V. amlE. Lachmund;
cello solo, selections from Hauser and Volk
inann. Mr. BrUMt Lachmund; trio, Schwan
rnfrnenf flute, cello and piano, Mr. and Mrs.
Sehinid and Mr. E. Lachmund; recitation,
"The Jolly Goshawk." Mrs. Iv/nst; piano, se
lections from Chonin and Brahms. Mrs.
Fchinid: cello solo, "Dcr Lanz," Rozziui. Mr.
B. Laclnnund, and piano duet for two pianos.
'•Danse Maccahre." Suint-Saens, Mrs. Schmid
and Mr. Carl V. Lachmund.
The regular monthly reception by Y. M. C.
A. was given on Wednesday evening:, and A
large audience responded. The program was
an excellent one. and all of the parts were
well received. Miss Minnie Kainey gave
a piano solo at the opening and one
at the close of the program, and ! Miss
Grace Williams, the teacher of elocution at
the high school, gave several selections,
union which were Genevra, a selection from
Mark Twain, and as an encore to the latter,
the Frenchman's opinion of Shakspeare. Miss
Sophia Hildreth sang a very pretty solo, "The
Broken Pitcher." The other musical telec
tions consisted of a quartet. "Phoebus," sung
by Mrs. I), \V. Cassiday. Miss A. L. Bunco.
Mr. W. 1). Heath and Dr. F. S. Muckey, and
a trio, "The Mariners," by Mrs. Cassiday and
Messrs. Heath and Muckey. The program
closed at 9:30 o'clock, and was followed by a
short social session .
llra. Gi'orjre Crosby entertained the social
AV< diieaduy evening given by the Ladies' Cir
cle of the Third L'niversalist church, at her
borne. turner of Twenty-seventh street and
Third avenue south. The quests were first
treated to an oyster mpper and afterward
listened to a program of litf-rary and musical
■elections tl.at proved of great interest. Mrs.
Fuller, the elocutionist, jmve some excellent
readinjrs. Prof. AVilliain R. Dobbyn read a
paper on Dante. Musical selections were
given by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rut/, Prof,
iind Mrs. Lymau Brown and Dr. and Mrs.
A social and supper was given Wednesday
evening in the Plymouth Congregational
church aud was attended by more than 200
people. Supper wus served between the
hours of 8 and i»:30 o'clock, and musical se
lections were give:i in tlie parlor below. The
baritone solo by Mr. (i. W. Giessler aud the
tenor solo by I. G. Stuart were, particularly
flue nnd were entb usiustical y encored.
On Sunday eveni«i, April 11. a compliment
ary benefit will be given lo Prof. A. Slempf.
Mr. Joe Benedict, the baritone lrom Milwau
kee, will sing several fine selections, also Miss
Rippc and Miss Engel will appear that even-
Ing. Dana's full orchestra will furnish the
instrumental music. Other parts of the pro
pram will be made up by the Harmoniu
Miss Fannie Vandereourt entertained a
party of young friends at her home, at Lake
Calhoun on Saturday eveninjr, the occa
sion beiug her ltith birthday anniversary.
Progressive euchre and dancing' were the
amusements for the evening.
The next ineetina: of the Now York associa
tion takes place Wednesday evening, April
14. at Curtis* hall. The commit toe of arrange
ments are at work upon an interesting pro
The Foss M. E. Church was th» scene on
Friday evening of a very, enjoyable social
gathering:, at which a literary and musical
program was rendered.
Mrs. Charles Morse entertained a party of
young 1 lady and gentleman jruvsts with pro
gressive euchre Friday evening at No. 317
Eighth street south.
An entertaining sooial was given at Plym
outh church parlors, on Wednesday even
ing, by tin- members of the coi in regal ion.
Oa Monday evening Mrs. T. H. Barnard,
80S Seventh street south welt, entertained a
congenial party or thirty.
Mrs. F. H. Peavev received a few friends
Friday evening in her home, No. 527 Fifth
tiveune south.
Mrs. J. D. Hutehins, 2119 Third avenue
south, was hostess to a small party on Mon
day evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Tavlor entertained the
No Name progressive euchre club on Wednes
day evening.
The choir of the Thirteenth avenue M. E.
church rave a delightful soiroe oa Wedue s
day evening.
Mrs. Judjre Lochren, 422 Tenth street
southeast, bad a pleasant party on Wednes
day evening.
Mn. C. 8. Gold. SOOI Stevonp avenue, enter
tained forty friends at drive whist on Wednes
day evening.
Mrs. F. C. Ball entertained a party of
friends Friday evening at 1017 Second avenue
SOU 1 11 .
Mrs. C. A. Sullivan, 1515 Stevens avenue,
ivas JMSMSS to a party of a dozen on Friday.
Mrs. A. M. l'inklmiu. UM Fifth avenue
south, entertained a lady party on Thursday.
Mrs. Dr. F. A. Punsmoor entertained a
party of friends on Friday oveninir.
The Caledonia club will Rive its next enter
tainuteut on April ML
Mr. George Anderson, chief of the mechan
ical stuff of the St'iudtird. quietly and unos
tentatiously one day last week took into him
self another rib In the person of Miss Koso
X Ttuami. and is now an ideal married man.
10 live has been the recipient of many con
gratulations and presents from friends, t ho
Standard presenting him with a $30,000 brown
stono front on Seventh street, at which place
he will always bo glad to entertain any
friends who place their leg 1 ! under his mo
bogany and drink n is wine — so it says.
At the residence of the bride's parents In
Bastings on the 29th ult., Mr. John F. Willis
and Miss N'Uio M. Crosli.w only daughter of
C. W. Crosby, Esq., were married by the de:.
William Corkery, in the presence of a ;.'■• > liy
company of the relatives and intimate friends
of tho contracting parties. The wedding
presents were abundant. After the recep
tion the happy pair, In company with J. W.
K<-ndrick and wife and Misses Emma Ken
dtlck and Fannie Dark of Minneapolis, took
the ears for the new home at «18 Fifth a/e
--uue south. Minneapolis.
At the resiiiciKi- of Walter S. Pardee, No.
]m:.".i Tweuty-sec-ond avenue north, WMaesaay
evening, occurred the marriage Of Mi->s Mary
A. Pardee <>r this city, ii#<l Mr. Dwijfcf ■•
BaassU ot New JiuNrn. t'onn. The cen.'inonv
\\a-r, perloruied by Htv. OL ST. Merrill in the
preseaee of a fc-w imuiediate f rienda of the
contracting parties. Mr. »uid Mrs. Uussell
will spend several weeks \i>iti!ijf heie aud
then depart lor their home in New Hay» v.
Invitations are out announcing the mar
riage of Miss Amelia Ltc,;wood, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. X. S. Lock wood, to Dr. E. O.
Cosinan, to take place on Thursday evenin g,
April 0, at 6:iO o'clock, in Westminster
The engajrement of Mr. H. M. Truesdale
and Miss Mattie Lantrdon was announced
some months a^o, and now that of Mr. Will
Hrooks and Miss Carrie Luugdon is made
Mrs. Edward F. Ernst of Chicago, the elo
cutionist, and Mr. Ernest L'ichmund of Bur-
Itagtoa, wbo take part in the concert at the
First Congregational church, East side, Friday
evening, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emil
Hon. J. B. Gllflllan, Capt. John Martin and
his daughter. Mrs. C. E. Brown, and Rev. and
Mrs. R. F. Sample, left for Washington Thurs
day at 1 o'clock.
Mi<s Laura 3. Watson, the principal of Al
bert Lea college, is in the city, the guest of
Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Lanman.
Mrs. Jacob Bare and daughter have gone to
BoMnii to join Miss Barge at the conservatory
of music.
Miss Margaret Reid has terminated a visit
at Minneapolis and returned to loud dv
Misses Harnah Griffith and Margaret Hub
bard returned from Curium college on Wednes
Mrs. R. W. Cummins and daughter, Miss
Lou, have gone to Washington city.
Mrs. Sarah Farr has returned from the
East much improved in health.
Mrs. Alicia Thompson, Chicago, is visiting
friends in the city.
Mrs. F. C. Harris has gone to Burlington,
A Week in the Gay and Giddy Social
On Thursday evening the 58th birthday of
Mrs. Charles Fournier, residing on South
Main street, was pleasautly recognized by a
party of friends. The evening was spent
playiug cards and eating refreshments. Mrs.
Fournier was the recipient of a number of
presents.... Mr. and Mrs. Tis Fellows enter
tained fourteen couples at progressive
euchre on Monday evening at their residence
on the North hill. Two prize* were won Ly
C. W. Jellisou and the others by Mrs. Juad
Orff and R. M. Anderson George Porry
and Miss Minnie Adams were married at Hud
son on Wednesday Prof. R. C. Evans'
dancing classes will meet on Tuesday and
Friday evenings. Those attending are highly
pleased with him and are learning rapidly.
The festival given at the B. & L. hail ou
Friday night for the benefit of the Swedish
Lutheran church netted over $400. The door
receipts were $BU. supper $70, auction $30 aud
the crazy-quilt f-M).
(>n Wednesday the Afternoon club was en
tertained very pleasautly by Mrs. Bert Fuller.
The prizes were won by Mrs. George Hall,
Mrs. I. B. Xetzer, Mrs. F. E. Joy and Mrs.
Will Bromley. Mrs. W. C. Masterman, as
sisted by Mrs. Will Easton, will eutertaio this
club next week Mrs. Dave Gaslin. as
sisted by Mrs. Castle, gave a very eujoyable
progressive euchre party on Wednesday even
ing The Bavarian warblers will appear at
Music hall ut, p an this evening A t-ojial
dunce will be given at the B. & L. hall to-mor
row eveninjr Miss Eliza May will entertain
the South Hill Whist club on Tuesduy even
ing- The orange social given by the
young ladies or the Presbyterian church in
the church pnrlors on Friday erening was a
very successful atlair Md. John Covtll.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Seymour and Abe Hull
returned yesterday from the Pacific coast aiwl
the South, where they have been speudlu*,'
the winter. The Hag at the prison washoUtcd
yesterday in honor of Abe's arrlva'....
Hon. J. N. Ca-tle and wife hnve returned
from an extended visit through Canada and
the New England States: Gus Schutlin^.r
and wife from Chicago. H. C. Chambers and
H. C. Stone from Chicago, Mrs. James
Mathews from a visit with her daughter. M --
Nettie, at Winona. George Robinson from
lowa, Fred Foster fro-n McCalcster college.
Judge W. M. MeCluPr from his southern
visit. E. L. Hospes from the Hot Sprinirs. Mrs.
F. M. Prince from Floridu and Mi -s Clara
William from hot Springs and New Orleans. . .
Burt Fuller hus been in Chicago several days
... Will Kilty has gone to Montana Willie
Ff stir is clerking for C. C. Soper August
Shermuly leuves for St. Paul to-morrow. :lk it
he bM a jrood position Miss Anna Dorsey
spent Saturday ut St. Paul Prof. Hayuer
ha* gone West Miss Laura B. Dexter will
spend her vacation in Minneapolis Dr.
Carroll lectured ut Rochester on Monday
night Oej. Cushing 1-5 visiting his parents
at Monti eal A. Frederick hus severed bis
connection with Heisey \ Bean and has
opened an insurance and bank
ing office In the Tepass block
W. H. Huiitinirton has gone to Texas Mrs.
L. A. BoMtsof Minneapolis is the guest of
her sen. Mr. H. A. Kujrcrs Mrs. Treat will
not return from the I'acitic coast till June.
Mrs. William Estabrooks ol St. Paul vis
it<d Mesdft tore during the week Mr. J.
W. Nash and Mis* Lillie Davidsou of Minne
apolis aud Miss Clara Boydon of Hudson vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burns and George
Gorham on Tuesday Dave Carfel is laid
Up with a sprained ankle P. N. Clark of
Now Richmond has been appointed clerk of
the steamer David Bronson Henry Cock
burn and Tom Smith visited friends at Minne
apolis on Thursday and Friday George
Gray of St. Croix Falls visited Mr. and Mrs.
H. L.McKusick the past week E.S.Rogers
id laid up from tbe effects of a bruise on his
leg .. Mist Nellie Williamson has returned
to Milwaukee, after a delightful visit with
ber brother, James Williamson Mr. and
Mrs. 11 . D. Cutier are at Grand Forks.
What l be People ot the Thrifty Lit-
tic Ciiyare Doing:.
Rev. A. Dahlberg, pastor of the Swedish
Methodist church in this city, and wife were
pleasantly surprised by about eighty mem
bers of his congregation Wednesday evening,
who took possession of bis house and spread
a splendid repast which was heartily partuken
of l>y all. mid hel'ore leaving they presented
their pastor with a purse containing about
SlO. The evening was pleasantly spent in
social conversation, and all departed for borne
satisned they hud spent an enjoyable even
ing The Rt. Rev. Bishop H. H. Whipple
of the Episcopal diocese of Minnesota will
visit the parish in this city on Monday even
ts** May 3, for the purpose of administering
the rite of oonflrmation to a olafs. . . .The
Wellesiy & Sterling Dramatic company closed
the season of entertainments at the
Casiuo on Monday and Tuesday even
ings, playing ••The Danites" and that
old historical dramtt "Uncle Tom's Cabin'
Both txijhls they were greeted with fair au
dlences Robert Smith of St. Paul and Guy
M. Saulsbury, the cx-jrambler. conducted re
vival BMStnsgS in this city last week, speak
ing at the MeihoUi«t church Wednesday SffVXV
ing and at tho Casino Thursday evening.
They were greeted with packed houses both
•VSSJBSSJS A number of the members of
. Ued Wing Temple- No. '. Patriarchal circle,
attended trio initiation of some thirty new
I members and tho banquet following at the
meet lug- of St. Paul Temple No. I last .-veil
ing Key. James Dobbin, principal of Sbat
tuck school. Faribault. delivered tbe lecture
at Christ church (Episcopal) Friday evening.
i Rev. C. H. Plummcr delivers a lecture at
; St. Mark's church. Lake City, Friday evening
|of ttiis week on Schism F. S. McDonald of
! Minneapolis, grand chancellor of the state
j lodge of the Knights or Pythias, was in tbe
city on business last week T. F. Sturte
vant. now of Hamllne, was In the city Tues
day C*pt. A. P. Pierce and Lleuu. K. A.
Kempe and G . C. Da via attended tho election
of Col. Itend of tbe First regiment at tiie
armory in St. Paul last Tuesday Several
attorneys of prominence from abroad were
in the city last week attending court
Col. William Colvtlle and Senator O. M. Hall
tvi N among the visitors at tbe capital city
last week J. 8. Fugate of the Globe was
in the city last week in the interests of that
paper, which now has a larger circulation
than ant daily has heretofore had in this city.
. . . . Mis* .losie Kotiinson of Mazcppa is a guest
of Mist- Hattie Dickinson The Misses Anna
Alli-n. Lulu .Danfortb and Annie Lewis have
returuod to Carleton college, Northfleld. to
resume their studies, after spending their
vacation in this city Mr- GaftftS Kuox re
turned home last Thursday air-r a trip
throughout Southeastern Minnesota Theo
dore W. Gray of Fergus Falls was In tbe city
Wednesday.... M. 11. Anderson of Minneola
was in the city last week in attendance al
court The Misses Edith and Eva Seave -s
are visltinjj iriends In the salutly city below
St. Paul Will Strong, son of President
Stronjrof Carleton college, aud editor of Car-
Ictutiia, was in the city last week visiting
tn<-i:ds....MiS4 Emma Ur ness has returned
from Mondovl. Wis., where she has been
spuudiug her vacation.
1 I Kilt 1 1 IT.
A Dull Week Sociall
?i o\ cinema and «.«»»«.i|>.
Socially, Faribault still remains In sack
cloth and ashes. Not a s > -ial event of any
importance has happened during tbe week.
... The sociable of the Congregational church
was held in the vestry Friday evening,
Mesdames J. B. Spencer, W. K. Baldwin and
N. S. Flint entertaining.... A social concert
will be given at the state instttut o.i for the
blind at 3 o'clock this afternoon under
the direction of Mrs. > 'crtnann....Tbo
lecture given at the opera hour* Wednesday
evening by H. W. Mercer, under the auspices
of Michael Cook post No. 123, G. A. 8., was
well attended The Helping Hands society
of the Congregational church will give a ma
ple sugar festival in tbe vestry next Tuesday
evening ...S. L. Crocker, the com mayor
of Faribault, left for Crooks ton and St.
Hilaire last Monday. He expects to be ab
sent about two weeks.... Mrs. George W.
Ehle is visiting friends in \\ inona . . .Mrs. G.
H. Pcnniman and eon from New York are In
the city. They have engaged a suite of rooms
at the Brunswick, wbcae they will remain un
til after the closing of St. Mary's and Sbat
tuck schools in June.... Mrs. Phelps of
St. Paul spent Wednesday at the Arlington
with her son from Shut tuck ha11.... Dr. F. M.
Hose returned to the city Saturday from Sa
lina. Kan., when' he had been called by the
death of his brother-in-law. W. M. < larkson.
Mrs. George Zanner is in Minneapolis
visiting her brother. Rev. Dr. Millspaugh.. ..
L. A. O-trom, an old resident of Fanbault,
but now residing in Chicago, spent part of
the week in the city, a guest of the Arling
ton Mrs. Jonnson and Mrs. Pcatxxlv of
Sioux Falls. Dak., visited their (laughters at
St. Mary's ball Thursday L. Z.Bodgers and
Dell Blair of Watertown came down and en
joyed city life the earlier part of the week.
Du-.i c Rumor 6ays Rodgers would like very
much to Ull Congressman Strait's shoes....
B . L. Sawyer left for Chicago Tuesday last
to be absent several weeks.... Rev. Dr. Jen-
Dings of the M. £. church returned home
from Florida last Monday Mr. and Mrs.
George Tileston are home from Dubuque. ...
C. T. Palmer is home from New York.
O. F. McClaughey, an old graduate of Shat
tuck, was the lucky man for alderman at the
election of the city of Northncld Serjrt.
Woodruff is intending to purchase an adjust
able wheel to put on the end of the scabbard
of bis sword, so that when it trails along the
ground it will not wear out Musician F.
Harwood went home on the first to attend bis
sister's wedding.
He looks very nice In his new uniform,
A friend confidentially told her;
But her heart swells with pride
At the sword by his side
And the "bit 01 gold lace on his shoulder."
McDuff's generous offer to the schoolhouse
boys Tuesday night — "Boys, you may whisper
to-night as long as you don't talk out loud
and no two of you talk together. Muffled ap
The New Club —If igli School Exer*
ci»e»--«*oclal Goktlp.
The Cbippewa club, recently formed, has
nearly completed tbe furnishing of its apart
ments in the Carniicbuel block on Water
street, and tbe rooms, consisting of recep
tion, chamber, parlors, billiard rooms, etc.,
are handsomely furnished acd are a favorite
resort of tbe members of tbe club, which em
braces the leading: business men of tbe West
side aud fill* tbe want which the Metropoli
tan club so successfully meets on tbe East
side Tbe rraduai ing exercises of the Bast
side hlgbjschool last night at tbe Barstow Street
M. E. church, assembled an audience of rel
atives and friends of tbe graduating class
which tilled tbe church to the utmost. Prof.
Howland, principal of tbe East side high
schools, presided. The Land (Question
was treated of In an essay l.y
George Buck, Silver Coinage, by
Corn Churchill. Labor and Capital by Clur
eacc> Howland. Tbe Will and tbe Way by Wlll
lam E. Smith. Athens and Sparta by May
Stevens, The Natioual Peril by Hecry Fish,
Manual Training by Benjanin Uuncli. Civil
Service Reform by Robert Brown, History
and Prophecy by Irene Heimbaugh Mrs.
Cicoro-e W. Churchill has been called to Clar
ence, Mo , in response to a telegTam announc
ing tbe death ot her mother ut thut place....
James E. Garvey ana Miss Cbarluitc iittbini:
ton were married Wednesday evening by
■•r. P. B. Morrison Joseph Pease, £1
year* of agv, fath rof Mrs. A. D. Chappeli,
was stricken I y partial paralysis on Monday,
but is improving. . . .The Young Ladies' A. L.
I. club trave an ice cream sue able in tbe par
lors of tbe Lake Street M. E. church on Wed
nesday evening Her. Father Collins was
presented on bis birthday, the 31st ult., wiib
a handsome gold watch and chain by tbe pu
pils of St. Patrick's school The Baptist so
ciut'ie was entertained la>t evening at the
residence or Mrs. Hart, on Water street
Mr. B. J. Churchill has been seriously ill fur
several days Tbe three lodges of Odd Fel
lows in this city will celebrate tbe anniversary
of the establishment of tbe order in this
country. t;e Mtfe of April, by a ball and ban
quet at the Criterion rink, the festivities to
follow an address by Grand Master Craig.
HndtoH Society.
The sociable at tbe Presbyterian church
Thursday evening, given by Misses Mary
Pastor. Al lie Hichardson, Flo Chubbuck. May
Gallop. Tenie Dinsmore, Annie Fulton and
Elvle Denniston, was a decided success, and
filled the lecture room to its greatest capac
ity. Tru* refreshments mdl. a:ed the young
ladies were not deficient in the culinary art.
* pleasant whist party was given by M rs.
W. S. Evans Friday eveninsr. The affair was
entire!) ii.lorm-il. and bence more enjoyable.
....A large party of our young people sur
prised Mrs. P. R. Jones Wednesdar evening
and enjoyed one of the best times of the
season Hon. D. C. Fulton left for Wash
ington Thursday night, to attend a meeting
of the board of trustees of tbe National sol
diers' home Will Phillips, Elmer McDonald
aud George Wells of St. Paul came over to
attend the sociable Thursday night Dr.
Fullerton and family of Hammond spent Sun
day last with Hudson friends Mrs.
C. P. Coon Is home from Minneap
olis.... Miss Katherlne Coggtwell of St.
Paul visited here during the week....
George Glover It home from Faribault
Mrs. Fannie Stewart is back from her New
Richmond visit Mist Lizzie Hughes is
spending her vacation at home Miss Ida
Hoyt. assistant principal of the Stillwater
schio:*, will spend her vacation at ber Hud
son home Mrs. Dr. Johnson attended the
Jefferson-Walker wedding at Ashland
Mips C. G. Dippo entertained a card party in
honor of Miss Grace Strong Monday evening.
Mr. E. L. Stecgar has gone Ea>t to look
after an inheritance from a deceased uncle. . .
MissGraee Strong returned to ber Dakota home
Friduy after a pleasant winter In Hu.ison. . . .
Frank Harding' s fifth boy Is the noisiest of
the lot Charlie Hall b as gone to Spokane
Falls. . .There will be a week of services at
St. Paul's Episcopal church, commencing
Tuesday evening. April 6, at 7:30 o'clock,
under the cbaree of Rev. N . P. Ten Broock of
LaCrosse. The services will be continued
each evening at the ssanm n hour. Notice of
other services will be announced at each
eveuing service. Tbe public are invited.
Ttae young ladies of the Congregational
church iravo a very enjoyable sociable on
Friday evening . . The Interest aroused in the
formation of a Young 1 Men's Christian a»so
ciutioD has been increasing during the past
wtelc, aid about two nun 1 names bar*
been enrolled as member* of the new organ!*
ratlon. The executive pomniltte?, at a meet-
Ing on Wednesday, decided to secure a paid
secretary *nd good temporary quarters until
the matter of permanent rooms has b<-en
definitely settled State Secretary Williams
will hold a young- men's meeting at tbe
armory this afternoon, and the Methodist,
Congregational aud Presbyterian churches
will unite with h ra In tho evening for a union
service.... The Young PooplcV Social union
or the Free Will Baptist church
held a basket socialable on Friday
evening. A good literary program was
carried out. . . .The dramatic club held a meet
ing at tbe residence of Mrs. B. H. Langley on
Saturday last. The subject of the presenta
tion of a new play in the near future was dis
cussed but not definitely decided The pub
lic schools will commence for the spring term
to-morrow. . . .The next lyceum entertainment
at the Central Methodist church will be given
Friday evening. Ireland has been chosen
as the subject of the evening....
Kentfrow's Jolly Psthdndert presented tbe
comedy, "Six Peas In a Pod," to a vsry large
audience at Philharmonic hall Wed-
net, lay evening Mrs. Thomas Simpson
was the recipient of a very baud
some glass pitcher and set of hand
painted tumblers by her Sunday school class
on Saturday evening last. Mrs. Simpson
c itertHined the class in her usual delightful
way throughout tho evening. Misses Bessie
.\> i'> aud Julia Ferguson dopartod on Wed
nesday even Imr for Boston, Mass., where they
wfl devote their time to the study of art.
Conde Hamlln. principal of the high school at
H'-:n.-r Dam. W ls., is spending his vacation
with Winona friends Ueonre Woodruff ba*
returned from bis trip to Detroit. Mich
Ex-Gov. \V. H. Yale went to Chicago on Fri
day R. Choato has returned from a two
weeks' trip to New York ...Rev. Levl Gilbert
vWitcd St. Paul and Northfleld last week
Charles Kin? has rcsijrned his position with
the L. C. Porter Millinif company. He left
on Friday for Watertown. where he will re
side An -on Van C&mpen is spending a few
days with relatives at Rochester, Minn.
Mr. R. L. Carvil Is in the city The
mother of Mrs. C. C. Crane of ibis city diod
In Minneapolis Friday evening.... The soci
able of tbe U. E. society met Friday evening
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. (.hitles E.
Chase. It was well attended and a pleasant
time was enjoyed by all Rev. C. M. Heard
will occupy the pulpit at the M. E. church
Si. n lay evening. Key. T. J. Held at the Con
gregational. Ilev.W. Gilkes at the Baptist
On the evening of April s a musical enter
tainment will be Riven at the Methoaist
church. Mrs. Moxzana, tho celebrated blind
pianist, will participate... A ball will be given
<>>* tbe members of Protection Hook and Lad
der company at the city hall Tussday even
ing next. Music will be given br Mosher's
orchestra Last evening a meeting was
called to "nominate delegates, to nominate
candidates for mayor, city treasurer, two
Justices of the peace, three aldermen and two
constables on the license ticket At the
convention held in the city hall this morning
nine delegates were in attendance from the
First ward, eight from the Second and ten
from tbe Third. S. W. Gilpatrick
was elected chairman: T. H. Carroll, secre
tary. A committee of three. Frank Abear.
J. Kilesaad E. L. Reed, appointed a commit
tee on credentials. An informal ballot taken
for the nomination of a candidate for mayor
resulted In 14 votes for E. L. Reed. 11 for M.
V. Bean, 1 fcr H. Fitch, 1 for W. C. Ooss. A
motion was made and carried to vote by for
mal ballot. M. V. Bean received 14 votes; E.
L. Reed, 11; H. Fitch. 1. Bean's nomination
was then made unanimous. L. J. Greenwald
nominated as city treasurer. Justices of the
peace, E. P. Hughes and E. Hammons; con
stables. George E. Colton and M. H. Kinne.
For aldermen O. Mi-Fall was nominated for
the First ward: Xeico Vandewelde, Second,
and Ed Haskell, Third.
Miss Fanny Vilas of Mad'sou. Wis., has
been enframed by the McCormick Reaper com
pany as stenographer and type writer at their
office in this city Judge McDonald of
Stiakopee spent Friday in Mankato Rev.
H. A. Bus mcli of ihc Congregational church
will commence a series of sermons this even
ing on Keve'ation Mrs. J. L. Washburn
entertained the congregational society Friday
afternoon and evening There are two or
three matrimonial alliances on the tanls that
will soon come to a happy materialization
Prof. A. M. Gilgore, superintendent of the
Sleepy Eye schools, visited his friends in this
city during the week W. W. P. AleConnel
is East purchasing his spring stock.
Judge Dickenson of St. Paul spent most of
the week shaking bands with his large circle
of Mankato friends Hey. John Jones.
pastor of the Welsh Calnavistic church in this
city left on Tuesday for a visit of several
weeks' duration in Cincinnati, O Hon. A.
B. Turrell of Redwood Falls, an aspirant for
congressional honors in the Second district
was in the city Friday and Saturday, presum
ably feeling the public pulse R. D. Hub
bard of the "Big Mill" firm is confined to his
bed with sickness Mrs. A. P. Halfhill and
children left o i Thursday for a two months'
visit to relatives in Vanwert, 0. . . . Miss Wat
son, principal of the female seminary at
Albert Lea, was here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John BommeU celebrated
their silver wo 1 11 ag last evening. Some forty
couples were invited and a delightful even
ing was passed. The presents were numerous
and costly, the handsomest being a seven
piece silver tea set. Mr. J. Blichle made tbe
present *tion speech, which was feelingly re
sponded to by Mr. Kommell Mr. J. S. Math
.ewson has returned from the Black Hills
A number of the young people of St. John's
society have formed a club called tbe Emerald
Literary society, aud meet once a week in the
basement of the church for a profitable and*
sociable evening Miss Cora Wing.
who has been attending school at
La Crosse. is visiting a few days
with Miss Alma Bliss Mrs. Clark and
daughter Emma returned from St. Paul to
day....Mr. Walter Everstlne U home on a
short visit Mr. and Mrs. George Durand
have return vi to Minneapolis Abut $40
waa cleared ut tbe entertalmrent for the ben
efit of Charles Bogan last evening.
A r«rj- pleasant party wai given 1 an Tues
day evening by MaJ. Stockbrldge at the St.
N cbolas hotel, about thirty couple were
present. The company dispersed aoout mid
night after having spent a very pleasant
time S cretary Raiph W. Baker and wife
retur ;ed Wednesday when they were the
rue-ts of bis co sin Mr. Tarbox. Mr. Baker
► a/6 he received a cordial welcome on 'change
in Minneapolis E. M. Patterson. In charge
of the Northern Pacific freight house
here has Jus«t returned from his farm on the
Shell prairie, near VernJale. Minn. Ed claims
be has one of the prettiest quarter sections
In all that country, an<l lays be will probably
turn farmer now Miss Hovey of Minneap
olis, who has been visitlug Miss Mary Mun
jrer of this city for some time, returned to
her home Wednos Jay Reginald SV. Petre
left Thursday morning for New York, to be
at sent ten days Mr. H. O. Nend and wife
departed this morui ag for a month's visit to
Laming, Mich.
I took her hand. We sat at play.
An I quito alone, at close of day.
She wtu> a me d *st maid, a id fair.
And wore a wealth of suuny hair.
As all th<- race of poet* say.
Great Joy was mino: I had to stay,
A n.l in the chnneeof draw-in? Khitre.
I •railed, and felt ex-ce i n c Kay,
Because I pulled anothir pair—
1 took her hand.
And viewed the four blir aces there!
My hopes dissolved in empty air—
ThU maid who "wished to learn to plajr,"
1 didn't like her winning way;
A box of yloves it cost me there —
Her little band!
I look her hand. She, at my side
In oranire blossoms stood, a "bride.
I'll ne'er forget that bcj quartet —
The dimpled darling holds them yet.
Before the single spot* I wince,
because »be's played them ever sine*
I took her band!
We are Now Exhibiting
The Latest Novelties
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Ladies' Short Wraps,
Mantles, Jackets
and Newmarkets.
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In SHORT WRAPS we have never before shown so large and complete an as*
duplicated. CLOTH WRAPS trimmed with Lace, at $5 and upwards. VELVET
WRAPS, trimmed all around with Chenille Fringe and Jet Ends, from $7.75
JACKETS in all the new shapes, in Jersey Cloth, Boucle Bourette, Camel's
Hair, many of the styles being shown exclusively by us.
JERSEY JACKETS from $3.50 and all prices up to the best Jacket made.
In NEWMARKETS, RAG-LANS, Etc., we have many new shapes in tailor*
made goods.
An ALL-WOL JERSEY for $1, and a complete line of Jerseys in Mohair, Cash*
mere and Silk with Plain, Braided and Fancy Vest Fronts, being the largest stock
of Jersey Waists shown in either city. Also, new shapes in
In Plain and Fancy Vest Fronts not shown elsewhere. We are now showing a
new assortment of
In Plain and Fancy Cashmere, Persians, Embroidered Scarfs in all colors, Che*
nille, etc., all at the lowest prices yet named.
Great Silk Sale!
10 Pieces Fine Quality Black G-ros Grain Silks, at 75c per Yard,
Regular price $ 1 To introduce
We offer at this sale 50 Pieces ALL SILK SATIN RHADAMES in Black and as
elegant assortment of colors at $1 S>ER YARD, actual value $1.50. Also,
50 Pieces Black and Colored Gros Grain Silks
To which we invite especial attention andl which have never before been sold foi
less than $1.25 per yard, but which we are now prepared to offer at $1 per yard.
Wear warranted in every respect. These are all New Goods and at the prices
quoted are the greatest bargains ever offered.
THE REGATTA SILKS for which we are Sole Agents in Minneapolis, should
be seen by every lady desiring to purchase a Silk Dress possessing Excellent
Wearing Properties and RELIABLE IN ALL RESPECTS. They are the most
reliable goods in the market. They are made with special care on patented ma
chinery and are easily distinguished by their perfection of weave and beauty of
finish. All qualities, from the lowest to the richest are noted for their durability
None genuine unless stamped and labeled Regatta Wear Warranted, Full
lines of Regatta Silks now being shown both in colors and black.
Summer Silks
In an assortment SURPASSING IN ELEGANCE anything ever shown in Min
neapolis and at prices ranging from 35c to $1 per yard.
In an assortment of qualities and over 100 pieces to select from, at prices from
$4.50 to $8.50 per pattern.
NOVELTIES IN SILKS and VELVETS being daily received and plaoedon sale
Besides the above we shall, during this week offer
Every department throughout our entire establishment is stocked with JTew
Spring Goods of superior qualities and all of the most desirable description.
Early buyers are enabled to secure exclusive styles that oannot Ipossibly be ob
tained later in the season.
R. S. Good Mow & Co.
247 and 249 Nicollet Avenue.

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