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With the Late Autumn Frosts the Social
World is Actively Rousing
Itself for Winter.
Cupid Has Been Gunning and Eas Suc
ceeded in Lodging His Missiles
in Man Hearts.
A "Long: List of "Events That Brought
Out the Society People in
Full Evening Dress.
Personal Pointers on Our citizens
and the Stranger That is
Within Our Gates.
cvOCIETY tends this
to more domes
tic pleasures thau in
the past. Once it was
the rule to leave all
the burden of fun
making to the young
men. and the drain
upon any young fel
low's faculties was ex
haustive, if pleasant.
Now theßenedicts and
matrons of society have taken the thing in
hand, and now it is the rule to open the
doors of one's home aud give the parlors un
to pleasant acquaintance and modest mer
riment. A step in this direction were the
numerous ladies' receptions started up this
fall. The lone evenings of winter will give
the young people of both sexes ample op
portunity to call from home to home and
remind the married people of thegayeties of
HERE was an
wedding of W.
A. Harden bergh
and Miss Ella
G. Stone took
place at St.
ing at 10 a. m.,
.van all the
mony of the
the mass and
linking the twain together. The church
was crowded with the relatives and
friends of the contracting parties, almost
a full list of whom was published in Fri
day's Globe- The Misses English, of Co
lumbus, 0., Mamie Kelley. Beaumont. Mc-
Quillan andFarrington were the bridesmaids.
Stanley Proudfit was the best man. and
Messrs. Boyle, Dawson. Merriam, Beau
mont and Wright were the ushers. After
the ceremony a wedding breakfast at the
residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George C. Stone, at 220 East Ninth
street was enjoyed, and the young couple
departed for the East to spend their honey
A pleasant informal occasion was the
marriage of Miss Nettie F. Riley, daughter
of Mr. "and Mrs. Cornelius Riley, No. 291
Laurel avenue, to J. Frank Shaw, Jr.. of
New Orleans, last Thursday after
noon. Key. Maurice D. Edwards legal
ized the contract In the evening Mr. and
Mrs. Rile; gave a hospitable reception to
numerous friends. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw
took their departure at night for New Or
leans, their home for the future. The
bride wa? made the recipient of a profu
sion of presents.
The wedding of Isaac Kahn, of this city,
and Miss flattie Rice, of Milwaukee, was a
very' brilliant occasion at the residence of
J. H. Rice, GOO Marshall street Milwau
kee. Rabbi Moses officiated. Misses Na
talie Rice, Bertha Feruberg and Rose Rice
were the bridesmaids, and Messrs. Ludwig
Kahn. Henry Kice and Hugo Kahn grooms
men. A banquet aud dancing were the sub
THEIR FIRST YEAR.
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Barrows celebrated
the first anniversary of their wedding at the
residence corner Oakland and Grand ave
nues, Thursday evening. The occasion
was a very informal one. only the immedi
ate friends of Mr. and Mrs. Barrows and
the baby being present Among others
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Peabody, Mr. and Mrs.
Sibley. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wall. Dr. Haupt,
Miss Haupt, M. N. Williams, Miss Florence
Williams, Dr. Wetherle. Miss Gilford. Harry
K'bles, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnston and
Thomas B. Holmes, of the Globe, and Miss
Florence S. Adams, of Winona, will be mar
ried at the residence of the bride's uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. Van Anden. corner of
Fifth and Main streets, Winona, Tuesday at
8:30 p. m. Key. Mr. Crum will officiate.
Mr. Holmes and bride will be at home iv this
city after Dec. 15.
William H. Coleman, of this city, and Miss
Catherine H. Baker, daughter of N. B. Baker,
of Brockport, N. V.. were married in Brock
port Thursday. Nov. i. They have been en
joying their honeymoon in New York and
Washington, and will make this city their
Father Caillet united Miss Katie Van Dusen,
of Athens, Pa., and James E. Dore. of Water
town, Dak., at St. Mary's church Wednesday.
P. Feeling was groomsman and Miss Hannah
Egan bridesmaid. A brief wedding trip east
Mr. Ernest Wasmus. chief clerk of the ad
jutant general's office at Fort Snelling. and
Miss Cornell, were married Friday. An ele
gant silver tea service was presented to the
happy couple by Mr. Wasmus' brother
T. J. Lilly and Miss Agnes Brennan were
•wedded quietly in Owatonna Tuesday morn
ing in the presence of a few relatives and
friends. They have come to St. Paul to live.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Giesen celebrated the
twenty-fifth anniversary of their wedding
last evening at their residence, 13 West Third
street, a host of frienas be*ng in attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. F<ss^ndcu and Mr.
and Mrs. Ed J. Miller, of Huron, Dak., re
cently married, are en joying their honeymoon
in St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Gilbert J. Hortou, of tbis city, was married
to Miss Annie B. Napier, daughter ol Colin
Napier, at New Richmond, Wis., Rev. S. A.
Mrs. P. R. L. Hardenbergh entertained at
teaTuesdav evening the bridesmaids and
ushers of the Stoue-Hardenbergh wedding.
W. ******. Strong and bride arrived in the city
from Washington and are guests at tbe Ryan.
H. Klane contemplates taking a matrimo
nial trip East very soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ryno have returned
from their wedding tour.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hughes celebrated their
On dm Carpet.
»T WILL be long
hence before the
pleasures of the
dance will grow
less. It seems a
bit mysterious that
the same routine
should afford such
exciting c n joy
ment. To take a
girl to a dance is a
does not forget
and this is fre
quently the first
step toward mat
each damsel has the opportunity ofdis
r'aUFlug a graceful form and pretty step,
and each adorer does his best to be a gen
uine ladies* man. The dance is now an j
essential part of the private reception pro- ;
gramme, and parlor carpets suffer cone- j
spondingly. -'Vy*: J
MAPLE LEAF SOCIAL.
The vomit-; people who attended the Errand
opening bail of the Maple Leaf Social club
in Sons of Veterans ball, last Tuesday
Misses Nellie Cleveland, Lizzie Oliver, Annie
Tryer, Ben lan Tryer. L. ttv Meade. L. Sulli
nan, Minnie Baier, Etta Devine. Ant '-
vine. Nellie Bisrelow. M. A. Collins. M.i Ryan,
Annie Foley, Katie Foley, May Woods, Katie
McConough, Sarah MeConough, Stella Coff.
Mar.- Coll, Nellie O'Brien, Maggie L -a. Annie
McDonald. Lizzie Parget, Mary Kreger, Fanny
Lowell. Sadie Doyle, Rosa McNaugb
ton, Annie Cook. Tillie Luhrsen, Lysle,
Mamie Eiran, Nellie CUfford, Minnie
Hickey, Alice MeGuire. Marr Roberts,
Lucy Clem. Lizzie Moore, Nellie Moore, Julia
Donahoe. Nellie R.- lie, the Misses Tucker, tha
Misses O'Leary, the Misses Mullaly, tbe Misses
Murphy, Miss Peck, Miss Frances Stanch
field of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Ber
risford. Mrs. Hoey, Mr. and Mrs. If. Haas,
Mrs. Wesserof Minneapolis, an! Messrs. C. F.
Byrnes, Fred Kruger, P. Simon, J. V. Fla
herty, Henry L. James, It. H. Kidd, H. Wil
liams, R. Fisher. H. H. Bonbam, S. Cavunigh,
F. Cavanagh. H. R. Robertson, Guv i'uitou.
C Lawrem c. J. C. Shea. 11. L. Soure. J. H.
Leary, F. G. Ruth. P. S. Carver, F.T. Rylie, T.J.
McGoldriek. 8. W. Sheherd, H. E. While, J.
Ham, E. VV. Lewis, G. Williamson, P. A.
Monkbouse. M. Mertz, H. Price, J. Ryan, A.
Petre, J. Kenncally.F. Dumont, P.J. Savage, i
M. W. Pinter, A. J. Wilson, W. F. Dunn. A.
S. Jackson, H. F. Potter, J. O. Robinson, W.
E. Wilson. Ek. J. Mur; hy, W. H. Odell, Jr., '
Edward Sturm, L. Schwabe!, J. W. Bigelow,
J. Murphy. J. P. Saudberg, F. Great wot. Vf.
Ryan, J. Dunn, A. W. Drewry. J. McEftey,
T. Geary, T. J. O'Connor and J.C. Moagomery*
Of the members of the club there were J. F.
Moore, J. T. Duffey. T. J. Burke, J. H.
Guyett, George J. Ryan, T. M. Barley, A.
Harrity, J. H. Mullaly. J. Kingsley, H. S.
Potter. A. F. McDonald, R. H. Gibbons and
ONCE A WEEK.
The Once-a-week Dancing club gave the
first social of its winter series at Turner
hall Wednesday evening. Messrs. Lindeke,
Herman and Sachse were the floor mana
gers. Seibert's orchestra attended and a
programme was provided. About forty
couple were present, among whom were:
Mr. and Mrs. William Lindeke. Mr. and
Mrs. J. Amos. Mr. and Mrs. M. Al brecht. Mr.
and Mrs. C. Albrecbt, Mr. and Mis. Roland,
Mr. and Mrs. William Theobald. Mr. aud Mrs.
Herman, Mr. Fink, Miss Fink, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Seng, Mr. and Mrs. B. Zimmerman,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Gros, Mr. and Mrs. Regenthal. Miss
Theobald, Miss Clara El bel. Miss Martini, tile
Misses Biekel, William Bicksl, Sr., John Mar
tin, Miss Passavant, Misses Clara and Mary
Sobns and many others. The club will give
parties every Wednesday at Turner hall dur
ing- the winter.
Over seventy couples att.mdeJ tho first
social of the Maple Leaf Social club in Sons
of Veterans' hall Tuesday evening, tripping
to the strains of Hilyard's music. Joseph
Guyett and Miss Minnie Baier were the lead
ers of the grand march. Chief Burke and
Messrs. Ryan, Barley, Mullaly, Harrity and
Kingsley waited upon the guests, and Chid
Guyett and Messrs. Moore, Duffy, Gibbons,
Potter. McDonald and Kuse were the floor
The next social hop of the Junior Dancing
and Carnival club will occur in the Drake
block Friday evening. This club will enter a
polo team this winter to compete for the
state championship. During carnival season
all their socials will be given in carnival cos
The coming social event in the Sixth ward
will be the secoud ball of the Amity circle
this season. This promises to be one of the
largest parties the circle ever had, and it will
take place Thanksgiving night, Thursday,
St. Paul Camp No. 1. Sons of Veterans U.
S. A. give their second social party, fall of
I£Bs, at their hall in Winthrop Post hall on
Thanksgiving 1 eve. Wednesday. Nov. 84.
SI. Paul Council, No. 656. Royal Arcanum,
will give the first social of its winter series
at Royal Arcanum hall on East Fifth street,
Monday evening, Nov. 22.
Over fifty couples attended Prof. R. H.
Evans' Saturday evening hop. last evening.
Seibert's orchestra furnished the music.
Union Lodge No. 43, I. O. O. F., will give an
entertainment and raffle at their hall Wednes-
The opening ball of the Standard club will
occur Thursday evening at Standard hall.
fast and Future.
UN, yon bet,"
she said, and
then the maiden
gave one of those
sou l-t brill ing
bursts of laugh
ter, frank and
hearty. She was
measure for a
and the conver-
sation between herself and her dressmaker
naturally turned upon coming events. It
was not so much the thought of the grand
parade under myriads of lighted gas jets, or
the idea of turning out with one of her
suitors in a splendid equipage like ail the
other belles and beaux, as it was the antici
pation of all the fast-approaching fun of
tobogganing, which touched the strings of
maidenly merriment and caused them to
vibrate with musical laughter. This young
miss has grown tired of balls, concerts and
receptions, and her one object of living left
is to dress in blankets and drop down a
steep, glassy decline aboard a toboggan
and clinging to some heroic young man in
YOUXG PEOPLE AT MRS. STOXE'S.
Dr. Alexander J. Stone, whose ability as
a toastmaster has frequently been satisfac
torily demonstrated upon many public oc
casions, proved himself Friday evening
equally as good a host and Mrs. Stone an
entertaining hostess. Mrs. Stone lias had the
pleasure of the visit of Miss Stinson, of
Uallowell, Me., for some time, and
to pay her a graceful compliment she gave
a reception to the young people of this
city. From 8 until 12 p. m. the parlors of
Dr. and Mrs. Stone, No. ''01 Summit
avenue, presented a picture of splendor and
beauty, as youth and maiden whirled
among flowers and evergreens to Seibert's
best music. Mrs. Stone was assisted to re
ceive her guests by Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Berkey. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seymour and
Mr. and Mrs. H. Sahlzaard. Among those
who enjoyed her hospitality were:
Misses Dean. Auerbach, Rice, Vance, Eng
lish, Stickney, Greve, Beaumont, McQuillan,
Banning, Mann. Perm, Battles, Gotziati.
Wedelstaedt, Palmes, Aldrich, Gilman, Daw
sou, Butler, McMillan, Lindeke, Williams.
Horn. Hall, Alden, Harding of Minneapolis.
Wheaton and Piatt, and Messrs. W. T. Max-
Held, Will Thurston, Fitzgerald, Bootes,
Yardly, Tarbox. Harry Johnson, Dres
ser, Hewitt, Will Rice. Young, Butler,
Williams, Wood, Blabou, Marshall,
Wilkes, Nash, W. H. Farnham, George Arm
strong. Coikey. Gould, Sherman,* Finch, Ban
ning, Fred Sibley, Al Sibley, Knowles. Jag
gard, Wright. Wedelstaedt. Newport, Peet.
lngersoll. Heath, Jackson. W.ieaton, Barton.
Frank Hanson, James. most, Dawson.
Keyser and Drs. Williams, Wicherlee, Simons
HIS TEMPORAL COMFORT.
Rev. Hubert C. Woods was surprised in
the parlors of the Woodland Park Baptist
church Tuesday evening by meeting the la
dies and gentlemen of his congregation,
who had gathered to give the pastor their
third annual tribute of esteem. When all
had shaken hands with Dr. aud Mrs.
Woods, W. M. Bushnell made a few com
plimentary remarks ou behalf of the con
gregatieu. and produced a magnificent fur
lined overcoat as tneir gift to Dr. Woods.
A fitting response of profund gratitude was
made, after which all partook of refresh
ments. Several musical selections were
rendered during the evening .by
Prof. Hayes and Miss Hope,
and Miss Bridges gave recitations.
Among those who had assembled to compli
ment Dr. Woods were Rev. and Mrs. E. D.
Neill. Rev. H. E. Norton, Gen. Bishop,
Misses Belle and Nellie Hope, Mr. and
Mrs. Cram, Mr. and Mrs. Brown. Mr. and
Mrs. Drake, Mr. and Mrs. Fox, Mr. and
Mrs. Robson, Mr. and Mrs. Bushnell,
Robert aud George Bushnell. Mr. and Mrs.
Beck, Mr. Haislett, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Darrow.
Mr. aud Mrs. Linden, Mr. and Mrs, Wil-
A DEVOTEE OF MASCULINITY IN FEMININE APPAREL.
son. Mr. George Hand Miss Nettie Treasure. ■
Appropriate floral decorations were dis
tributed about the church. It is intended
to commence the erection of a beautiful
church edifice next spring on the lot adjoin
ing, corner of Selby avenue and Arundel
FOR TnE HEATHEN.
Something both unique aud amusing was
the jug-breaking at the residence of Col.
| and Mrs. Newport, corner Selby and Sum
mit avenues, Monday evening, which was
attended by Mesdames C. H. Bigelow. W,
1). Kirk, H. K. Bigelow, Henry A. Board
man. Dr. Boardman, Driscoll, 'Wheelock
and Bobbins. The ladies of the House of
Hope Presbyterian Church Missionery so
ciety, distributed, six months ago, 120 little
earthen jugs, whose only opening was a
small aperture, just large enough to admit
a coin. into these miniature savings banks
the members of the congregation were re
quested to put contributions toward the
: missionary cause, occasionally. The time
to open them was Monday evening, and
after a heap of fun, it was ascertained that
$240 had beeu contributed in this way.
Society awaits anxiously the reception i
which i:* to be given by Mr. and Mrs.
George K. Finch and Miss Finch, at 435
Summit avenue, next Wednesday evening,
from Bp. m. until 12 m. Nothing will be
overlooked in the preparations to make the
event among the most noted of the winter,
with abundant pleasure to host, hostess and
guests alike. Seibert's full orchestra has
been engaged for the occasion. The Cul
bertson residence, into which Mr. Finch
moved last July, is a model one, and it will
be placed at the disposal of the ladies and
gentlemen of this city. All formalities are
to be dispensed with in making the evening
one of pleasant enjoyment.
FUN* WITH CARDS.
Mrs. Pope, daughter of Gen. H. H.
Sibley, entertained a progressive euchre
at her residence, on Woodward avenue.
Tuesday evening. Eight tables were ar
ranged. Miss Griffin and Mr. Bird won the
head prizes, Mrs. Bird and Mr. Frost the
progressive and Miss Cooke, of Washing
ton," and Mr. W. It. Merriam the foot
prizes. At the tables sat:
Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Frost, Mr. and Mrs. W.
EL Merriam, Mr. and Mrs. Mclntvre, Mr.
and Mrs. Livingston. Mr. and Mrs. George tt.
Finch, Mr. and Mrs. Bird. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Nichols, Misses Cooke, of Washing
ton, Gordon. Draper and Griffin, Mesdames
Merriam and Brooks, and Messrs. Sherman.
Finch, Richards, Goidon, C. J. Potts, Har
bautr_, Gou. Sibley, Fred C. Sibley and Al
"EVERY LASSIE HAS A LADDIE."
The SL Andrew's society met Monday
night in Sons of Veterans' hall, in the
Drake block, and elected as officers for the
ensuing year: Kobert L. McGiil, president;
Allan Brown, vice president; James B.
Darling, secretary, aud R. McLean, treas
urer. A committee consisting of Messrs.
McGill, Kodgers, Todd, Black, McLean.
Brown and J. C. Myron was appointed te
arrange for the annual programme. Fri
day evening the committee met at the resi
dence ot Allan Brown and adopted the
programme for the coining eighth annual
festival to occur Tuesday evening. Nov. 30.
The supper is to be given at the Windsor
hotel, where the officers will be installed, a
programme of Scotch songs and Highland
dances enjoyed, and several appropriate
toasts responded to. After the supper all
will adjourn to the ball in Turner hall.
Standard hall was filled last Thursday
evening with an appreciative audience to
listen to the chamber concert veil under
the management of Richard Gordon for
the benefit of the Young Ladies' guild of
St. Paul's church. A piano solo by Mr.
Van Ellemeet. a tenor solo by Mr. Merrill,
a pretty gavotte solo by Miss Mac Murphy,
several cello selections by Miss Geist, songs
by Mr. Van Elleiueet, Miss Gordon, Mrs.
Curtiss and Messrs. Merrill and Gould
were among the good things of the pro
gramme. After the concert the hall was
cleared for a hop to the strains of Seibert's
orchestra. Messrs. A. W. Rice, E. F.
Hamilton,' C. W. Gordon, F. C. Sibley and
J. W. Merriam arranged the couples m
the lanciers and quadriiies.
Mrs. D. R. Heveuer, 331 Bates avenue, en
tertained tbe Dayton's Bluff Eucher club
Thursday evening last. The prizes were won
by the following members: Ladies' head
prize, Mrs. H. W. Eddy; ladies' progressiva
prize, Mrs. H. Hansford; ladies' lone-band
prize, Mrs. C. D. Andrews; gents' head prize,
Dr. Schiffmann; gents' progressive prize, C.
Tracy; gents' lone-hand prize, C. D.Andrews.
The next club meeting will be Thursday even
ing, the 18i h inst., at the residence of Allen
Krieger, 708 East Third street.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Friend, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Ott, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Sigo.
Misses Crescence and Minnie Dreader, Julius
Wise and Mr. Schmitz are getting up a pro
gressive eucher club whicu is to afford
amusement for Carroll street residents this
winter. The club will be organized at the
ST. PAUL, NOVEMBER 14,
] residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schmidt at
No. 309 Louis street. All are excellent card
! players and a series of prizes will be made up
: to make the fun quite interesting.
The Redotha club of Merriam Park held its
regular social bee a week ago last Friday
evening. About fifty couples attended.
Dancing and progressive eucher wore the
order of the evening. Frizes for progressive
eucher were awarded as follows: Most pro
gressive, Mr. Chandler and Mrs. Jones; least
progressive, Frank Stevens and Mrs. Cun
ningham; lone bauds, Mr. Keeler and Mrs.
' St. Paul Council No. 1, R. and S. M., has
elected: C. F. Yeager, T. I. M. : F. W. Zoll
man. D. M.; George S. Acker, P. C. W.; G.
W. Merrill, treasurer; A. T. Cobb, recorder:
Joseph G. Way, C. G.; J. P. Pond, C. C: H.
Burmingham, marshal; Thomas H. Bean,
steward; and J. C. Fisher, sentinel. George
W. Merrill, P. M. G. M., installed them with
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Whelan entertained sev
eral friends at 25 College avenue Thursday
evening. Prof. Wheaton, Mrs. Fuller, of the
Plymoutu Congregational church: Miss Mur
ray Larsen and Mr. Whelan favored tbose
present with good music and singing.
The Chinese school, which has met at the
rooms of the Y. M. C. A. every Sunday after
noon for nearly four years, and which Mrs.
Bailey has beeu very successful with, will
celebrate the third anniversary of its organ
ization to-morrow evening.
Henry -Meckel entertained Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph K. Grismer, of the Grismer-Davies
combination, aud a few other invited guests
with a planked fish banquet at the Ryan
Friday night after the performance at the
Miss LydaDuffey presented to the Junior
Dancing and Carnival club a beautiful ban
ner, with the name of the club inscribed in
gold, last Thursday evening. The president,
Ed J. Murphy, made a brief and appropriate
A good meeting was held by the Summit
avenue Chautauqua circle last Tuesday even
ing at wbich the subject of English and Amer
ican humor was discussed. Tbe next meet
ing will be held Tuesday, Nov. 23.
H. Klare. president, G. F. Andrews, secre
tary, Robert White, treasurer, and Messrs.
J. Burrlchter and Otto Miller are now inter
ested in making the Bridge Square Toboggan
club a means of frosty fun.
Monday evening the St. Paul Turnverein
celebrated witb a good entertainment and a
ball at Turner hall, its twenty-eighth anniver
sary. An excellent programme of athletic
sports was carried out.
The next regular meeting of Constellation
Chapter No. 18, O. E. S., will be held next
Wednesday evening at Bp. m. All members
are requested to be present.
Ths Young People's Social club of the Clin
ton avenue M. E. church gave a silver social
at the residence of John Thayer, West St.
Paul, Tuesday evening.
Major and Mrs. Alden, of Fort Snelling,
gave a dinner party to Gen.Ruger, Dr. Perm,
Col. Andrews, and Maj. Rodney, the new bat
tery commander. *
Pror. J. F. Sherry, of this city, was made
the recipient of an ivory-mounted German
silver banjo, the gift of J. B. Shaw, of Chi
Minnesota commnndry Loyal Legion has
been invited to attend the organization of the
lowa commandrey, Nov. 23 at Dcs Moines.
Miss May Hazzard, of Lake Como, enter
tained about thirty young friends yesterday
afternoon from 2 until 3p. m' »
Bishop and Mrs. Gilbert will be at home to
their friends at the Christ church rectory to
Mrs. E. S. Chittenden entertained several
married friends Thursday evening at pro
Au exhibition drill and bop were given by
the Emmet Light artillery at the armory
Mrs. George L. Wilson, of Lincoln avenue,
treated a number of friends to tea Wednes
The Germania club will meot at George L.
Bigelow's, ISI College avenue, Thursday
Westminster church young neople enjoyed
a social evening with Mrs. A. A. Price, Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Metzgcn have taken
apartments at the Clarendon for the winter.
Dr. Stamm was the victim of a delightful
birthday party last Saturday evening.
The West Side Choral union will meet Tues
day evening to select an instructor.
Mrs. Trowbridge gave a cotfee to a num
ber of friends Thursday afternoon.
The West Side Chautauqua circle met at
Gymnasium hall Monday evening.
Ex-Gov. C. K. Davis is confined to his home
with illness. PBBB
The Nushka Toboggan club -met at Grote's
in their eagerness to secure rooms at the
hotels in advance. ''1 want a good room,"
emphasized a gentleman standing at the
Evan register one afternoon last week and
addressing Johnny Ford. "Be sure and
don't fail me. I*ll send you a telegram so
you can keep one for me." "All right, I*ll
have you fixed all right, if you let me know
just when' yon want it. There's
lots of people writing for rooms
for this winter, and we are likely to be
pretty crowded." That's the way. Last
winter al' the hotels were packed, and the
chamber of commerce building was used as
a dormitory. A still greater influx of vis
itors may be anticipated this winter, which
leaves it to be the duty of St Paul citizens
to throw doors open wide and let them in.
Mi*. Stanley Hough, a young attorney of
Winnipeg, was the guest of Mr. Morpby, who
reeentl.- came from Winnipeg to make St.
P^ul his heme.
Hon. and Mrs. E. Granger, of Aberdeen.
Dan., late of Chicago, 111., are visiting their
grand-daughter, Mrs. R. N. Bell, at Merriam
C. W. Fagle and daughter, Miss Pogle, of
Howard Lake, spent Friday as the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schmidt, of Louis street.
T. K. Grosvenor, of Minneapolis, enter
tained H. F. Grosvenor, of Canterbury, N. 8.,
at the Merchants Thursday at dinner.
Congressman-elect MucDon'ild.of Shakopee,
was in the city Wednesday with his niece,
who accompanied him to Chicago.
Isaac Grant, of Nova Scotia, is visiting his
brother. John Grant, and Intends to make
this city his permanent home.
Misses Maine and Lou English.of Columbus,
will be tbe guests of Mrs. P. R. L. Harden
bergb until at'tei the holidays.
Mr. Herbert, of England, Is the guest of J.
H. A mo*, of t_e Northern Pacific. He is on
his way to Portland, Or.
Hon. and Mrs. Thomas Courtrey, after a
brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. William Eis,
have returned home.
Col. P. H. Kelly, of Salamanca. N. T., an
intimate friend of President Cleveland, is at
Mrs Grace Vernon, of Louisville, Ky., is
visiting Miss Hammond, of ill South Ex
Mr. Adams, of Cleveland, br other of Mrs
Hardenbcrirh, attended the Stone-Harden
Delegate J. K. Toole, of Montana, passed
through the city Thursday ou his way to
Richard Stockton, United States consul at
The Hague, Holland, is visiting friends in St.
I P.McCueand family, of Red Wing, have
made St. Paul their home.
Mrs. Ensi-h and Mrs. J. D. Ray, of Duluth,
have been at the Windsor.
W. J. McCauley, of Rut Portage, has been
In the c ty for a few days.
H. McGinnis, of Arlington Heights, N. V.,
is visiting in St. Paul.
J. Taylor, of London, Eng., is visiting
W. N. Armstrong.
Miss Goodrich, of Milwaukee, is visiting
Out of Town.
trying to make ourselves believe it was the
finest climate in America, and endeavoring
hard to cornice ourselves that we were Hav
ing a great time. Every morning we'd
make a simultaneous grab for the papers.
All we wanted to read was St Paul and
Minnesota news. Every time we'd pick up
the papers we would just hate ourselves for
being in such a horridly dull place, while
they were having such tun at the
St Paul carnival. We thought it would
be so delightful to come out with blanket
skirts, go tobogganing, skating and snow
shoeing, and flirt with the boys. You may
depend upon it, we wont miss the oppor
tunity this year." Older heads than hers
have found Germany, France and Italy
very dull when, perchance, they saw a St.
Paul paper which had found its way across
the Atlantic to tell the old world how Miu
nesotians mock at a frigid temperature.
WHERE THEY GO.
H.S.Griggs departed Tuesday noon for
Europe to spend the winter in Rome. Miss
Griggs is now making a visit to Mr. Leland,
of the Leland house, Chicago, after having
devoted a month to St. Louis friends.
Miss Rowland, for some time the guest of
Mrs. Saunders, of Summit avenue, expects
to leave for her home in Augusta, Ga.,
Miss Shaw, of New Orleans, who has been
the guest of Mr. aud Mrs. Cornelius Riley, of
Laurel avenue, started for home yesterday.
E. G. Cone and family, of the Clarendeu,
will start for Ada to-day, where Mr. Cono
will establish himself in business.
Whitney Wall contemplates taking an East
ern trip about the end of this month. W. F.
Tatnal will go along.
Senator S. J. R. McMillan was in Stillwater
the early part of tbe week, and called upon
E. C. Crocker and J. P. Cooper, of West St.
Paul, are commencing a month's hunt along
the St. Croix.
Mrs. J. Fletcher Williams contemplates a
trip to California and will probably leave
Excelsior Lodge No. 60, I. O. O. F., visited
North Star lodge, of Minneapolis, Tuesday
Admiral McCauley has been called from
San Francisco to St. Paul by the illness of his
Mrs. J. B. Hawley has been visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Neai, of Lake
Dr. Arthur J. Gillette will devote the win
ter to a post graduate course in New York.
I. E. Richardson, special pension examiner,
started for Washington Thursday evening.
M. Welch spent last Sunday with his daugh
ter, Mrs. W. D. King, of Stillwater.
Miss Clara Young left last evening for St.
Cloud to visit Miss Levina Hubert.
Miss Florence Fairchild is the guest of Miss
Bessie Miller, of Dcs Moines.
George V. Bacon has been visiting New
York and Chicago.
Allen Manvel took a business trip to Chi
cago last week.
J. M Hannaford has been at Helena and
F. W. Wetherbee was in Grand Forks
Lieut. Martin, of Fort Snelling, has gone to
Dr. J. H. Murphy was in Stillwater Thurs
James McCune went to Chicago last Tues
J. H. Drake went to Sioux Falls Tuesday.
William Wilson is visiting in Brainerd.
Col. Games Lnwson is on sick leave.
Will Gaspar has gone to New York.
J. li. Bird was in Butte last week.
F. U. Snyder is visiting in Dakota.
F. B. Clark has been in New York.
Miss Watk'ns, after a visit to the family of
B. S. Hall, of Fergus Falls, returned home
Wednesday. A pleasant party of friends
complimented her with a reception before she
left Fe-gus Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Foley, of the Clarendon,
returned home Thursday after a brief visit to
Miss Battles has returned to Fort Snelling
after two years' abseuce, and is the guest of
C. C. Goodenow bas returned from Brown's
valley to make St. Paul his permanent home.
C. D Keyes returned from a two weeks'
visit to Milwaukee and Chicago Tuesday.
J. J. McCardy returned Friday evening
from a visit to his old Kentucuy home.
Dr. G. F. Andrews is home again after a
visit to his mother in Indianapolis. Tr. •
Dr. I. L. Mahan returned Thursday, after a
month's visit in Colorado.
J. J. Parker returned Friday from a week's
sojourn at New York.
Capt. George Hays returned from Bismarck
Capt. James Starkey is home again from
his Winnipeg trip.
Mayor Rice returned home from Chicago
C. S. Fee returned from Chicago Wednes
Lieut. C. L. Hodges is back from Chicago
"N. C. Thrall returned home last Tuesd ay.
T. F. Oakes has returned from Portland.
Ed. Chandler is back from Chicago.
I\otlaaaic *.▼•» Came
Se near bringing back the freshness of the
baby's skin as the new cosmetic, "Pride of
RIENHS from every
where are commenc
ing to call upon their
acquaintances and rel
atives in this city.
The tendency now is
to come to St Paul
and enjoy the winter
rather t than go South
'no avoid it ' What is
remarkable .is the
anxiety many persons
in other cities display
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YOUNG lady gave np
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ply painful. There
we were all winter
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