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Ift j iSSank MINNESOTA." I' H fe®^ vK^Jsrav. Wnnkato. • ' I^TiroM r&slifl The ladie3 of st » A\_,sJ3_3 mA gKjffi John's society opened I /ll .Y&^YYY\ \ySma heir annual fair Tues ; \\i\ c -vt!i\\\»| lay last. Miss Nellie i V f^'^______i\ Vjßfjfin " ai " Presiding over the V "VU§XJ'C>\ \Yx_tS___t- ,u,cv work table. Mrs. f-- Denny at the Japanese j ;He ___g^yß I counter, Mrs. Slade i and Mrs. v. list on sen at tho quilt and apron i department and Mrs. Hamilton and others j looked after tbe dining tables. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Pollock gave a fare well reception at their home, on Byron street, Monday evening. A large number of their friends called and wished them a pleasant re ception at their new home in Fergus Falls, whither they will go in a few days. The ladies of tho order will furnish the lunch for the Odd Fellows' ball and dedica tion of their new hall next Weduesday even ing. Mrs. James, Mrs. Pay and Mrs. Jones are the committee. Mrs. John Polchow left last Wednesday morning for New York, from whence she will embark for Germany. Mrs. John Hills left last Wednesday for Los Angeles, Cal. She was accompanied by Mr. Bilis' mother aud sister. Gen. and Mrs. J. XV. Bishop, of St. Paul, arc visiting with Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Axtell. The Misses Bertha and Hattio Huntsman,of St. Peter, spent Monday in the city. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Robinsou, of St. Paul, were in the city Tuesday. Mrs. M. Dittmau is in Chicago on business. Kate Morrison, of St. Paul, is in the city. Hastings. Barthel Miller, of this city, and Miss Louise Boser, of Douglass, will be married at St. Joseph's church, in tho latter town, next Tuesday morning. They will give a reception to their friends at Teutonia hall, in this city, on Wednesday evening. John McKusick. Mr. and Mrs. David Bron son, Dr. C. B. Marshall, Mrs. Folsom, Mrs. Conrad, Mrs. Capron and Mrs. Millard were over from Stillwater on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Nolan, nee Miss Matilda Ancel. ot Bloomi-igton, are receiving the con gratulations of friends here. Mrs. Peter Scott returned from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. F. M. McKiinm, in Wi nona, ou Tuesday evening. Miss Leah and Master Ralph Allison enter tained a number of their young friends Thursday evening. The ladies of the M. E. church held a so ciable Friday evening at the parsonage of the M. E. church. Miss Mabel Wilson returned to Winona Monday, after making a visit with Mrs. John Van Slyke. Mrs. John Flynn, of Cannon Falls, is in the city visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Patrick Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Knighton returned to Morton on Saturday from a visit with friends here. Mrs. Charles Mather and Mrs. E. M. Ever eon were down from Minneapolis on Satur day. Miss Bertha E. Isenberg commenced the spring term of school in Pine Bend this week. Mrs. Alex Scott and Miss Rebecca Marshall were visiting friends in St. Paul this week. Miss L. Ringrose, of Aberdeen, Dak., is in the city a guest of Mrs. J. P. McHugh. Mrs. E. D. Barker and children departed for Hillsboro, Dak., on Wednesday. Misses Ella A. Kane and Lizzie A. Muliany returned from St. Paul on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Follett returned from Fargo yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dudley have removed from St. Paul to this city. Miss Nellie Van Aukeu, of St. Paul, re turned home Thursday. Mrs. Mary Bowen returned from Red Wing yesterday afternoon. Miss Frar.kie Woodward returned to Minne apolis on Tuesday. Mrs. David Barker is here from St. Paul upon a visit. Mrs. F. G. Whipp is visiting friends in Pe pin, Wis. Duluth. Rev. and Mrs. A. XV. Ringland will spend the two months of Mr. RLuglaud's vacation among old friends iv Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sargent left Tuesday for Syracuse, N. V., where they will visit Mrs. Sargent's parents. Mrs. H. H. Bell left Monday, accompanied by her sister. Miss Douglass, to spend the summer in California. Miss Retta Smith, of St. Paul, who has spent the past month with Mrs. McCormick, has returned home. Mrs. C. P. McDougall is home, after spend ing a month with Mrs. George Ostrom, of Merriam Park. Mrs. Dr. McCormick is in Bt. Paul, where she is being entertained at the home of Hon. James Smith. Mrs. Wynlroop, of Rush City, spent several days this week the guest of Mrs. A. M. Miller. Mrs. F. B. Smith has gone to Chambersburg to visit her mother, Mrs. XV. C. Eyster. Mrs. J. D. Ensign has returned after a two months' absence in Ohio and Illinois. Mr. aud Mrs. A, J. Sawyer have left for a month's sojourn in the East. Mrs. B. Silberstein has departed for a month's absence in the East. Mrs. George M. Smith is home again, after a few days' visit in Detroit. Mrs. D. G. Penny will pass the summer with her parents in Maine. Mrs. J. H. Upham is in St. Paul accom panied by her son John. Mrs. A. M. Miller gave a drive whist party Thursday evening. Mrs. M. R. Baldwin returned Monday from Minneapolis. Mrs. E. E. Collins is visiting St. Paul friends. Mrs. Charles Arthur hat returned from Chi cago. Mrs. Kate Culver is inTopeka, Kas. Albert lea. Miss Nora Abbott, datighter of President R. B. Abbott, of Albert Lea college, and Dr. J. M. Todd were married on Monday evening at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. G. O. Sundby. They started on Wednesday for their new home in Madison. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Sundby and son, Cleon, Started on Tuesday for New York, and from there will sail for Christian fa, Norway. Mrs. W. C. Merrill and daughter Helen re turned on Monday uight from a three weeks' visit with friends in Eau Claire, Wis. The ladies of the Episcopal church gave a social at the home of Mrs. I. C. Loomis, on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Truesdell will spend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Forrest, in Estherville, la. Miss Eliza McConnell, of Rockford. 111., has been the guest of Mrs. E. S. Prentice for some time. Dr. and Mrs. Stevenson, of Alden, have rented Mrs. Booth's home and will move here soon. Mrs. George Buckland and daughter Maud are in Minneapolis, the guests of Mrs Wiggin. H3B Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Garvin attended the meeting of the Winona presbytery this week. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Wanek will occupy Mr. Sundby's residence during their absence. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Earl and family will move to Fairmont the Ist of May. Mrs. O. F. Hove has been visiting relatives at Northwood, her former home. Mrs. T. V. Knatvold will entertain a party of ladies at tea to-day. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Skinner visited Winona this wsek. Chatfleld. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Furgeson were sur prised by about fifty of their old friends and neighbors Wednesday eveninjg. Misses Ella Bowdish, Carrie Wilson and Annie Harrison attended the teachers' con vention at Spring Valley. Mrs. Hattie Shimer spent a few days with her mother at Rochester this week. Mrs. Clarence Furgeson, of Rochester, is visiting friends and relatives here. Mrs. Henry Balsinger returned from her Visit in Wisconsin Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. Ettinger.of St. Charles, are the guests of Mrs. L. Bauer. Mrs. T. F. Goff, of Gettysburg, Kan., is the guest of Mrs. James David. - Mr. and Mrs. C. H. White spent a few days in Chicago this week. Mr. and Mrs. Elf man, of Marion, were in town Monday. Owatonna. The pupils of Miss E. M. Rich gave a musi cal recital at tbe academy chapel Wednesday evening. The class was assisted by Miss May Tenney. Among the pupils who took part were Misses Jessie Howe, Gertrude Abbott, Eloisc Chesley, Minnie Heegaard, and Messrs. C. E. Sheldon and Guy Bennett. The ladies of the W. a T. U. gave a maple sugar aud cider festival Tuesday evening. An original poem was recited by Mrs. Doo- i little; also an interesting scene from "Sweet ' Steely" was presented by the members of the i class in elocution: The singing by Miss Minnie Heegaard was very fine. Miss Mattie Roekwood left here Tuesday morning for. Fargo, where sho intends to spend the summer with her aunt, Mrs. H. J. Curtis. yy: %_0 The ladies of the M. E. church entertained their friends at : the home of Mrs. William Burdick Wednesday evening. Miss May Tenney. of Faribault, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Edward Donaldson. "•:. Pipestone. a A small party of Pipestone's society people gathered at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilson at 3:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon, to witness the marriage of Charles C. Walkup and Miss M. E. Wilson, both of this city. The ceremony was performed by Rev. F. M. Rule, of the M. E. church. Mr. and Mrs. Riley French, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Buell and Mrs. George Emmery left on Wednesday for Kansas. . Miss Clara Wilson, of Dell Rapids, Dak., who has been visiting Mrs. J. Hitchcock, re turned home on Monday. Miss Annie Carleton. of Moody connty, Da kota, is in the city, the guest of her sister, Mrs. P. J. Wiger. :....,;, Mrß. M. Mulville, of Woodstock, came over Friday evening to attend the Baptist enter tainment. . ' >r.y Mrs. L. H. Moore gave a very fine party to a large number of her friends on Monday evening. Mrs. O. H. Smith, of Dell Rapids. Dak., has been visiting relatives in this county the past week, Mrs. T. A. Black was at Slayton the first of the week, guest of Mr. aud Mrs. Diuehart. Miss Attio Dodge, formerly of Spring Val ley, has located at Edgerton, this county. Miss Myrtle J udsou, of Woodstock, was in town last Friday and Saturday. Miss Mary Ortener, of this county, is at Blue Earth City this week. Miss Mabel Pease entertained a number of her friends last Saturday. Miss Cora Mulville, of Woodstock, spent Sunday in the city. Mrs. H. O. Pease has returned to Chicago. : Winona. The pupils of Mary K. Buck and Mnylou Atherton gave a very enjoyable recital at Dyer & Bro.'s music store on Wednesday evening. They. were assisted by Mrs. Paul Uaumgartner and Mr. J. S. Clark. Mrs. W. H. Garlock and Mrs. M. B. Web ster gave a ladies' lunch party on Tuesday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Garlock, on East Wabasha street. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Porter departed on Thursday for Fortress Monroe and other points of interest in the South. Mrs. B. F. Wright and Miss Susan Matchitt have returned from their trip to Montreal and Brooklyn. Mrs. XV. H. Yale and son, Hoyt, have gone to New York for a mouth's stay with rela tives. Miss Ella Tucker left on Thursday evening for a brief visit with friends in Chicago. The Ladies' musicale met with Mrs. B. H. Langley on Wednesday afternoon. Miss Ridgeway is visiting relatives at Pat erson, N. J. \, Crookiton. Miss McKee, of Grand Rapids, Mich., ar rived Friday morning. She will spend tbe summer with her brother, Mont McKee, who resides a few miles from town. Mrs. R. A. . Wilkerson departed for the southern part of the state on a visit to friends last week. Miss McGrew left on Sunday evening for Kertsenville, where she will teach the "young ideas." Miss McCrary, of Prescott, Wis., has been the guest of Mrs. Gary for the past week. Mrs. T. Thorsen gave a four table whist party at her rooms on Friday evening. The card party given by Miss Lola Box on Friday evening was greatly enjoyed. Miss Jessie Hopkins, of Duluth, is visiting her aunt. Mrs. H. E. Cooke. Mr. and Mrs. .W. S. Taylor arrived Friday morning from Minneapolis. Fergus Falls. Misses Maud Dampier, Lillle Wallbridge, Clara Niebels, Moliie McKinstry, Lois Wood worth, Lillian Stringham and Edna Cowing took active part in the operetta, "Seven Old Ladies nf Lavendertown." given under the auspices of the Episcopal society, on Wednes day evening. < '■■%■ Miss Alma Stanford, of Elkhorn, Wis., has sent iv her resignation as teacher of the high school and will not return to Fergus. Miss Nellie Power, who has been visiting the family of B. S. Hall, returned on Monday to her home at St. Paul. Mesdames Crandall and Donaldson, of Peli can Rapids, were in the city Saturday. Mrs. Frank Willson, of Wadena, was visit ing Mrs. W. P. Bayby this week. Mrs. Jay Near has returned from Lansing, la. Jackson. Mrs. Burt W. Day furnishes beautiful tiowers from ' her conservatory on pleasant occasions. Mrs. J. D. Springer, of Minneapolis, came home to visit her father Wednesday. Mrs. Hannah Brayton entertained the Methodist ladies Thursday. The Chautauqua society holds regular meetings at Mrs. Eddie's. Miss Carrie Barney came home Saturday to visit her parents. The XV. C. T. U. met with Mrs. J. L. Wal lace Thursday. Almeda Linsday came home from Spirit Lake Sunday. y., Mrs. Lowell is visiting her mother at Brownsville. . Mrs. J. G. Day visited her Lakeside home Wednesday. *; ;j Mrs. A. L. Strong returned from Blue Earth Saturday. •"-•'*> Mrs. J . Willson returned from Blue Earth Tuesday. . Anoka. Mrs. E. L. Reed entertained the Baptist so ciety and friends at her residence on Ferry street Thursday evening. Besides recitations and music, the comic opera "Penelope," which was presented last week Thursday, was repeated. SKi9_im|[ Misses Ella Kelsey and Huntley received the Methodist society and friends at the homo of Mi. s Kelsey Friday evening. A choice programme of music was presented. The ladies of the W. C. T. U. held their regular meeting with Mrs. Edward S. Page Thursday afternoon. Mrs. C. S. Houston left Saturday for Lv Verne,- la., where she will remain for about six weeks.. •'..,'. .\' Mrs. Fred O. Gerrish and family have re turned from a winter's sojourn iv California. Mrs. Dana S. Coleman and Mrs. Addison 1. Plank were in Minneapolis Tuesday. Miss Rose Barden is teaching school in the Grow district. Fairmont. Mrs. Addie Miller, of Chicago, arrived in Fairmont Thursday morning for an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Headley. : < Miss Flora . Curtis is enjoying a vacation from school duties in Armstrong, la., and is spending it with Fairmont friends. Miss Clara : Gould has been entertaining Miss Personius, of Tephassen, the past week. Mrs. C. P. Chase and Mrs. Will Colton have been visitingjfriends in Wells. Mrs. McKensie has returned from her win ter in California. . Miss Arvilla Rice is teaching at Eagle Lake. .... yy ..St. Peter. Miss Christine Amundson stopped two days this week With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Amundson, . on . her way from St. Paul to Sioux Falls, Dak. Miss Anna Moore left for Chicago on Mon day, intending to spend the spring and sum mer with relatives in that" city. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Moore entertained friends on Friday and Saturday evenings of last week. Miss Bertha Bittner, after a week's visit with her friends, returned to St. Paul on Tuesday. " V -.. .' V; : Granite Fall. The regular Shakespearean social was held at the res-dence of Mrs. Sullivan on last Sat urday evening. Misses Delia Stoppe and Clara Fortler vis ited friends in Montevideo. Mrs. Dr. Cressy . is visiting relatives and friends in Minneapolis. Mrs. D.A. McLarty is visiting friends in the Twin Cities. - • • -; f ~ . '..' Waconia. Dr. and Mrs. Van Krevelen will leave shortly for a tour on the continent of Eu rope. Miss Mollio Schutz spent several days in NorthQcld this week. Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Riches were in Minne apolis over Sunday. Adrian. Misses Rosa Johnson, Minnie Hallas, Eva Childs, Kate Redcaux, Leona Dow, Bina Uff ord, Alice Bryan, Abbie lograham, Myrta Blrkett, Hattie. Simons and Emma Grapes, who attended our graded school last term, are I now teaching. j The following ladies assisted in making the [ band boys' • concert a success: Mesdames ' THEST. PAUL DAILY GLOB& SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL ■ 23, 1887. Smith, Lindgren, Harvey, Rice, Anderson, Bedford, Childs, Stone and Mcl lick. . . Miss Nellie M. Stone is a guest of Prof. H. A. Stone and family this week. Miss Stone has been promoted to the principalship of the Edgerton schools. Mrs. Dr. Barber, of Worthington, was visit ing with the family of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bice this week. __:-': Lake City. Howard Collins, of St. Paul, and Miss Leona Mitchell, of Zumbrota, Minn., both formerly of this city, are to bo married on Tuesday evening next at the house of the bride's father. Mrs. A. G. Fouler returned home on Wed nesday from Fergus Falls, Minn., where she has been tho past month visiting her mother, Mrs. James A. Lilley, of that city. Miss Minnie Guernsey has returned from Detroit, Mich., whore she has been spending the winter with Mrs. U. P. Ulanton.'; ,• Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Rogers have gone to Ash land, Wis., to spend Sunday with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Shoars. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Crouso will be at home to their friends after May 1 at Mrs. James Forrest'a on High street. Mrs. Joseph Cooper, of Mr."' Pleasant, Is being entertained by her sister, Mrs. G. M. Dueele, of this city. -yy: Mrs. F. A. Burdett has returned from Washington, where she has been on a visit to her brother. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Burkey and children were guests at the Merchants last week. Mrs. and Mrs. A. J. Greer have moved into their new house on upper Oak street. Mr. aud Mrs. J. B. McLean leave for New York next week to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Quinn are settled in their new house on Oak street. ' Sauk Centre. Miss Justina Leavitt spent Sunday in town on her way home to Browerville from the normal school in St. Cloud. She was the guest of Miss Hannah Pettlt. Mr. and Mrs. N. K. SteJina*. and son, of Warsaw, N. V., who have been stopping a lew days with Mr. and Mrs. O. Marshall, left for home on Monday. Mrs. F. E. Searle, of St. Cloud, spent a few days in town with her mother, Mrs. George M. Bishop, returning home on Wednesday. Miss Marion Wolcott has returned from West Union, where she spent a week's vaca tion with her parents. Miss M. Millard, of Osakis, was in town a few days the last of the week, the guest of Mrs. Charles Fish. Miss Mary Weber returned from Minneap olis on Saturday, where she spent the past week. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith and children re turned from Minneapolis the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Payson, of Villard, were the guests of Mrs. A. Moore Sunday. J. J. Boober, of St. Cloud, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. H. A. Boober. Miss Julia Tubbs spent last week with friends in West Union. Miss Emma Bissell returned from St. Paul last week. St. Cloud. Miss Clara Young, of St. Paul, spent sev eral days in this city, visiting her friend, Miss L..Huber. Miss Barbara Seberger, who has been visit ing in this city, returned to Minneapolis on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wakeman spent Saturday and Sunday in Minneapolis with Mr. Wakeman's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Weiss, of St. Paul, spent Wednesday in this city visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Luther gave a reception to their friends on Tuesday evening. Mrs. F. E. Seario is making a brief visit to friends iv Sauk Centre this week. Miss Minnie Hull bas finished her term of school in the Getcbell district. Mrs. John Renz and children, of . St. Paul, are visiting friends in this city. Prof, and Mrs. T. J. Gray were -visiting m Minneapolis this week. AA Mrs. C. H. Crawford is home from her stay in Attica, N. Y. Mrs. E. G. Hicks, of Maine Prairie, is stay ing in the city. Mr. and Mrs. J.G.Smith visited St. Paul this week. Shakopee. Misses Nora Harrington, Theresa Montay and May Krieger, of Belle Blame, attended the dance Mofiday eveniug. Mrs. Jardini, of Sauk Center, and Miss Alice Brown, St. Paul, are visiting at Mrs. E. L. Wright's. Miss Hattie Wells, Michigan, is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sen cerbox. — y — - Miss Anna Wagner, of St. Paul, is beiug en tertained by Miss Mary Schwartz. Mrs. and Emma Havens left Thursday for a visit to Leaf Valley, Dak. * Mrs. J. L. Mac Donald and Mrs. Southworth spent Tuesday in St. Paul. Miss Krenz, of Hastings, spent a few days with tbe Misses Reis. Miss Lizzie Lazarus, of Farmington, is vis iting Mrs. S. Pope. Elk Kivcr. Mrs. Bennett, of Brainerd, spent a few days visiting with her sister, Mrs. J. F. Balt zell, last week. • ■[') -■';■' -• ;*■-. f"y Mrs. G. B. Upham and Miss Mary Upham , went to Minneapolis on a shopping expedi tion Saturday. £,• ; : .... . . ■ Miss GussieCostello is home from attending the Notre Dame De Lourdes academy at Rochester. --:_;.. - Mrs. Ferguson, of Laurenceburg. Ind.,' has been visiting her nephew, O. A. Miller, this week. Mrs. A. Dare, Mr. and Mrs. A. Bailey and Miss Rosa Stiles visited Minneapolis Satur day. • Mrs. Henry Campbell is making prepara tions to go East to spend the summer. . . . St. Charles. Mrs. T. T. Stevens and her mother, Mrs. Harding, left for Minneapolis Monday, their future home. Mrs. H. J. Keeler, of Winona, who has been spending a few days here, has returned home. Miss J. Hamlin, of Chatfleld, is spending a . few days with her sister, Miss Nellie Hamlin. Miss Jessie Green is attending. Darling's Business college, at Rochester. Mrs. G. Wilson and daughter Sadie are Lome from Owatonna. Miss Caddie Gates has returned from Wi nona. BE£_fl[ I.anesboro. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Wall are enjoying a visit from their niece. Miss Dollie Johnson, daugh ter of J. K. Johnson, of Minneapolis. Mrs. Dillabough, of Duluth, Minn., arrived in Lanesboro Wednesday to visit Mrs. Nash and family. Mrs. O. A. Jones, of Wykoff, was the guest of Mrs. M. V. Bean several days last week. Dr. and Mrs. T. E. Hall are entertaining Mrs. A. P. Dawson, of Preston. Miss Mary Eilingson returned on Thursday from St. Paul. Mrs. John Keefe returned to Waupou, Wis., Monday. v__ : " .. X ■ Wadena. " — The ladies of the Episcopal church gave a very pleasant sociable last evening at th c residence of Mrs. George A. Whitney.-' Mrs. J. Katsky and dughter, Miss Fannie, passed Saturday in Perham, the guest of Mrs. T. XV. Denison. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willson spent Tuesday in Fergus Falls, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bayley. [ '- 'y-r- ' -~ v ~- "y Capt. and Mrs. M. L. Vining, of Fergus Falls, passed Tuesday in Wadena. Miss Flora Keysor, of Le Sueur, has re moved to this place, y" •/_•<-*' > f Mrs. W. L. Babcock is visiting friends in Minneapolis. y Windom. .-■" Mr. and Mrs. Holmes left on Tuesday, to spend the summer with Dr. Holmes and A. F. Ingalls, at Oronoco and Pine Island. The M. E. Sewing society will be enter tained by Miss Kibbey next Wednesday after noon. m^Sm An Episcopal Mite society was held at Mrs. Orrin Nason's Thursday evening. . . •' )/...• Mrs. E. R. Davis, of Kasota, was visiting Mrs. George Besser last week. / '. Mr. and Mrs. Joa Wood celebrated their tin wedding one day last week. Henderson. *■;;• ; • ; Mr. and Mrs. M. Donohue, -Bird Island, passed through here Sunday last on their re turn from Los Angeles, Cal. Misses Alma and Bertha Poehler have been visiting in St. Paul the past week. Mrs. E. Wolf was visiting friends and rela tives in St. Peter over Sunday. ' Ked Win*. Miss Gertie Wemple passed a few days at Hamline university last week visiting her nephews, C. V. and S. E. Ridgway. Miss Lorena and Master Harry Krapp are enjoying a weeks' visit with friends and relatives in Lake City. Miss Georgia Crary visited in Lake City last week, the guest of Miss Rebe McNairy. Mrs. George P. Sjoblom and children, of Minneapolis, are visitiugin this city. Miss Etta M. Grannis, of Menomonee, Wis., is stopping with friends in this city. Miss Cora Allyn, of Groton, Conn., has ar rived in the city and will spend the-summer here visiting at the residence of her uncle, | Joshua Ally Mrs. B. M. Llbbey, of Lakeland, visited | with friends In this city last week. - y Miss Pearl Marble, of Minneapolis, is the guest of Miss Nellie Kobson. Mrs. Hudson Wilson, of Faribault, it the guest of Mrs. A. W. Pratt. Northfleld.. Mrs. H. L. Crittenden entertained a num ber of friends on Wednesday evening in honor of her husband's birthday. Progressive euchre was the amusement of the evening. Miss Stella Harris has been spending a few days of the last week in Castle Rock and Farmington; she returned on Tuesday. Mrs. M. A. Wheaton, Misses Edith Wheaton and Mollio Perkins visited ln Duudas at Mrs. Cyril Archibald's Friday last. Miss Mary Jones has gone to Hampton, where she will take charge of a school for the summer. MSB Mrs. CM. Thompson and Mrs. A. W. Nor too were in St. Paul on Thursday last. Mrs. J. T. Ames and daughter returned from St. Augustine, Fla., Tuesday. Mi. and Mrs. T. F. Morrison are the guests of M. W. Skinner, Esq. Mrs. J. M. Archibald, of Faribault, was in Northfleld on Saturday. Mrs. M. A. Wheaton spent Sunday and Monday in St. Paul. Mrs. J. F. Prior returned from Wisconsin on Monday. Mis 9 Rltter left on Monday for her home in Mattoon, 111. Mrs. N. S. Pattee spent Monday in St. Paul. Mrs. Bailey visited' in St. Paul on Monday. Rey. and Mrs. S. B. Williams, of Euclid, 0., are visiting the family of E. M. Hitchcock. Hutchinson. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Richardson, formerly of Minneapolis, are in town, and will make their home here. MLjflß Mrs. G. Paw and daughter aro in Minne apolis, where they will remain until about June 1. Miss Florence Gould returned from Minne apolis Tuesday, after an absence of two weeks. Mrs. Liberty Hall, of Glencoe, was the guest of Mrs. Dr. Wakefield Wednesday. Mrs. L. Harrington and Miss Moreland went to Glencoe Saturday. Miss Mary C. Adams visited in St. Paul Monday. Mrs. T. Chiperfield has returned home. Melrose. Misses Alice Galusha, Alice Burger and Katie Allen attended the teachers' institute at Sauk Centre during last week. Miss Stella Whitney spent a few days at Sauk Centre during the week, visiting her cousin, Miss Jessie Jenkins. A good-looking peoples' sociable was held at the residence of Mrs. Dr. J. E. Campbell Thursday evening. Mrs. George Cleveland, of Sauk Centre, has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Burger, dur in the past week. Mrs. J. Kuhn, of St. Cloud, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Thien. Caledonia. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Smalley are at home after a ten days' visit with relatives at Mani towoc and Milwaukee. Mrs. D. G. Sprague contemplates a lengthy visit with friends in St. Paul and Minneapolis. Mrs. Wells Dunbar will spend a few days with friends at Preston. Mrs. D. L. Gates, of Winona, is visiting with her parents. Mrs. Andrew Yommerasen is visiting at La Crosse. .. Miss Belle Dunbar is spending a week at La Crosse, ;'■ l.c Sueur. Miss Lulu Taylor, who has been absent the past nine months visiting relatives in Can ada, Detroit and Chicago, has returned home. BEP-I _j3?_*-j; i Miss Emily Huber, with her sister, Mrs. W. H. Boune, bave gone to New Uim, to remain during the summer. . '■ Mrs. E. S. Evans, of Sharon, who has been visiting friends in Wisconsin, returned home last week. Mrs. James Southwortb, of Gaylord, daughter of. W. H. Putman, has been here visiting. Pine Island. The marriage of H. T. Banks and Miss Sadie Tome occurred at the rectory at Red Wing. These young people are well known here. Mrs. W. Z. Hamlin and Mrs. Nelson, of Georgiana, Fla.. are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Page. Mr. and Mrs. A. Holmes, of Windom,Minn., came on Thursday for an extended visit here and at Oronoco. ■•■•>•- Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cron returned from California on Thursday. Farm me ton. Mrs. M. Williamson, who has been the guest of Mesdames Craft and Fluke, has re turned to her home at Stewart. Miss Grace Ferris, of Northfield, was the guest of Mrs. Mcßeynolds this week. Mrs. Babcock, of Dundas, was visiting rela tives in town this week. Miss Minnie M. Best went to Casselton, Dak., last Thursday. Mrs. Hannah White has gone to Michigan for a visit. K^flf j DUB ; \'.™}H Litchfield. i The Misses Georgia and Maggie Crowe have gone to Grace ville, which place they will make their future home. Mrs. Fred Larkin, of St. Paul, has been visiting relatives and friends in this city dur ing the past week. Mrs. James Wallace, formerly Miss Mahala j Wheeler, is visiting friends in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones returned to Indiana last week. Ortonviile. Mrs. Schaefer went to Milbank Wednesday evening, where she will spend about a week visiting friends, when she will join her bus* band at Roscoe. ' Miss Ada Meadows has been appointed cor responding secretary, and Miss Christine Schoen recording secretary of the Y. W. C. T. U. Mrs. D. M. Neill left Wednesday for Wis consin. i. Lake Benton. The ladies of the Lutheran Aid society will meet with Mrs. A. C. Matthews this after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Hoseley have gone to Neills ville, Wis. Mrs.Henry Parker left for Wisconsin Thurs day. i Miss Kate Taylor was in. town Saturday. Warren. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Wood, of the Pembina farm, have gone to Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bennewitz. of Argyle, visited in this city Sunday. Mrs. S. A. Davis was visiting ln Crookston the first of the week. fir morris. Mrs. R. P. Wells, Herman, visited relatives and friends in Morris during the past week. Mrs. J. D. Good is visiting friends in Min neapolis. . Rev. and Mrs. Marvin have moved to Ap pleton. - • Glencoe. / Miss Jenny Denny, of Carver, who has been visiting Mrs. R. H. McClelland, returned home on Tuesday. '___K3B. Mrs. O.K. Gilbert visited in Minneapolis last Friday and Saturday. Miss Lizzie Bell was in Jordan last week, returning Tuesday. , ' A 7 Kasson. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Jacks, of Rochester, were the guests .of Mrs. A. E. Anderson several days last week. Miss Maud Doty and sister went to Kenyon last week, where they will reside in future. _ i Carver. Mrs. Dr. Cash, of Norwood, is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. R. Danny. Mr. and Mrs. . Leslie Mcßride, of Fairfax, are here on a visit. Miss Anna Denny visited friends at Glencoe during the week. w . * I.akeville. Mrs. P. H. White and daughter, of Credit River, are making a visit here. Mrs. A. C. Van Doren and daughter arrived from Ohio last Friday. Miss Carrie Thurston is visiting at J. J. Bracken's. Ifloorliead. The ladies of the Methodist society next Thursday night will give a"milkmaids' " sup-' I per at the residence of Mrs. George H.Taylor, i Mrs. D. E. Watson will for the present re ceive her friends at the Jay Cooke bouse. Redwood Falls. Miss Winifred Warner entertained a [ party of young lady friends at tea on Tuesday even- | ing. Those present were Misses Fannie I Everett, Kittie Gray, Ida Carrotbere. Lottie j Schmahl, Inez Baldwin, Tuuie Gordon.'- Min nie Warner, Lizzie Dunnington, Lizzie Bis sell, Lou Turrell, Florence . Robinson, Clara Wiltshire, Allte Stickle, Callie Goodrich, Rose Lichtwark, Julia Licbtwark, Zelma Bigham, Ida Gundloch and Mabel Marche. > Miss Winifred Warner who has been spend- | ing the past winter with her aunt, Mrs. W. P. ' Dunnington, left Thursday for Watertown, Dak. awMWßßwta| Mrs. Flora Bailiff, who has been the truest of Mrs. E. A. Lyman for the past week, has returned to her home in St*. Paul. Dr. and Mrs. Plinn are visiting in St. Paul. DAKOTA. Bismarck. Mrs. H. H. Day left Monday for her old home in Dawson, Minn. . She will remain about three months the guest of Mrs. G. N. Lowell. i Mrs. W. B. Watson and Mrs. E. H. Wilson went to Mandun Saturday and organized a Woman's Christian Temperance union in that city. Mrs. F. J. Mason started Wednesday for Newark, 0., where she will spend a few weeks with her mother, Mrs. W. M. Baldwin. Mis. Bishop has returned from Boston. Miss A. R. Reynolds, of Pella, la., is visit ing Mrs. William Van Houten. Mrs. J. Little went east on Wednesday. She will spend the summer with Mrs. J. R. Gill, of Prairie City, la. BMrs. C. It. Williams left for Madison, Wis., last week. She will visit Chicago and Clove land, 0., before returning. The Ladies' Reading circle met on Thursday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. H. 11.' Porter. The social given this week by Mr. and' Mrs. C. E. Atcnerson was a success. . A small surprise party visited Mrs. J. Mall aney on Saturday evening last. Mrs. H. B. Shaffner, of Winnipeg, is the guest of Mrs. Anderson Healy. Mrs. Huskins and Mrs. McLean, of Mandan, visited this city on Tuesday. • ■' Y'J.'y}7Y Mrs. Judge Francis entertained a party of friends on Friday evening. -■/- '■— '".'•-' •■ ' ,• Mrs. J. W. Clark gavo a select card', party on Monday evening. ,;y . , ; — 7 Miss Grace Wilson gave a small whist party on Friday evening. Huron. 'i.Y;i : 7Y. Mrs. Cain's invitation to the Alpha club to meet at her home was accepted. The authors dis.ussed were Lew Wallace and Trowbridge. Mrs. William Reed and daughter Lena, of Chicago, visited W. B. Sterling and other friends this week. Mrs. J. S. McFarland entertained a large company of frieuds at her home on Thursday evening. Ladies of the Congregational Church Aid society met with Mrs. E. M. Harrison this week. faKaa Mrs. E. M. Kirk, of Fargo, has returned home after a pleasant visit with friends here. Mrs. Eva Bradley has returned after an all winter's stay with friends in Wisconsin. Mrs. T. D. Archer and Mrs. Web Stiver were in Miller attending the presbytery. Mrs. E. English entertained several ladies of tbo Baptist church Thursday afternoon. Mrs, B. F. Pittman is expected to join her husband here about May 1. Mrs. J. B. Pomeroy has as a guest Miss Kuox, of Dickey county. Miss Mign Chandler will return to her Wis consin home next week. Mrs. Emma North, of Leadville, Col., is a guest of Mrs. Hawley. Mrs. G. J. Schellenger, of La Crosse, is a guest of Mrs. Cooley. Mrs. W. L. Joy spent the week with friends in Kingsbury county. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Laufman, parents of W. A. Lautman, have removed from Alexandria, and expect to make this their future home. Mrs. E. F. Bond and Jdauirhter Lillie have gone for a trip through Kansas aud Ne braska. Mrs. George B. Walker, of Kimball, is vis iting her mother and sisters iv this city. Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson left yesterday on a pleusure trip to tbe Pacific coast. Mrs. H. M. Montelius entertained the Bap tist society Tuesday evening. Mrs. W. T. Gilbert has returned from a visit to her son at Ipswich. Mrs. Fannie Reitzel will spend the summer with her son, C. Reitzel. • Mrs. D. P. Wilcox and daughter came up from Yankton Tuesday. Mrs. A. Scott is visiting her daugeter, Mrs. F. Hefner, in Yankton. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lawler returned from St. Paul Sunday. Mrs. Thomas R. Denby has gone to Chan ute, Kas. Mrs. C. H. Shaw has returned from Chi cago. HE-H Fargo. The ladies in charge of the recent authors' carnival, Mesdames Lamont, Daily, Kindred, Schuyler, Nichols, Knowles,, Cornstock, Lov^4 joy, Chesley, Rheil, Green, Morrow, Pitts, Pari*, Thimens. Pinney, J udd, Whitefio'uSe,' ! Sturtzkolf and Servis, gave a dancing party at the headquarters Thursday evening to the participants in the carnival. Mrs. Byrnes and Miss Celia Byrnes, mother and sister of Mrs. C. C. Schuyler, have been speeding a few weeks with her. Mrs. R. A. Overpeck and her sister, Miss Sarah Skelton, are visiting friends in . St. Paul for a month. Mrs. Adolph Sternberg, of Valley City, is spending some weeks with Mrs. B. Sternberg. Mrs. H. S. Easton has been speuding a few days at Easton farm, near Hillsboro. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey are the guests of Mrs. Gibbs, on Ninth street. > Miss Julia Owen, of Minneapolis, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Swart. Jamestown. The W. C. T. U. held a meeting at the rink Sunday night. The exercises were all con ducted by the ladies. Among these were: Reading of scripture by Mrs. Alfred Dickey: prayer by Mrs. B. S. Taylor; reading by Mrs. J. M. Graham; solo by Mrs. D. L. Wilber. The music was furnished by Mrs. Crowe, Mrs. Mills. Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Hewitt and Messrs. Karcher, Denny, Judd and Chapman. Mrs, W. E. Greene, who has spent the win ter visiting relatives at Brooklyn, N. V., and other Eastern cities,is expected home soon. Miss Katie Hill, of Lafayette.lud., has been visiting her sister, Mrs. G. E. Lyman, of Pin gree. for some time. Mrs. N.O. Fanning has returned to Lakota, after a six weeks' visit with relatives in this city. Mrs. B. W. Hicks returned Thursday from an extended visit with Michigan relatives. . Watertown. Mrs. I. F. West, Mrs. C. G. Church and Miss Kittie Jennings sang solos at the Philharmonic concert Saturday evening, and each received an encore. Miss Kittie Jennings, who has been spend ing the winter in Watertown, returned to her home in Boston Monday. Mrs. C. W. Stutenroth has returned from a visit to her sister at Doland, Dak. Mrs. Frank Crane has returned from a visit to her father at Aberdeen, Dak. Mia Selleck entertained the Chautauqua Oxtle Tuesday evening. Mrs. L. A. Booth entertained Trinity guild Thursday afternoon. Mrs. A. E. Pettibone returned from Chicago Friday. Valley City. Miss Jessie Gray, who has been visiting with her uncle, Mayor A. H. Gray, and Mrs. Fox, has returned to home at Lennox. Miss Imogene Ingersoll, who has oeen visit ing with ber sister, Mrs. O. P. Enerson, went to Odell Wednesday. Mrs. Adolph Sternberg left for Fargo Tues day evening, where she will visit the family of Bue Sternberg. :. l V ' ; Mr. and Mrs. John Russell have gone jto Jamestown to visit their son. -; y . yy, s . . : . Miss Grace Pierce has gone to visit "' her grandmother at Eckelson. . ; ; ,. y, «,}„"/' Y< Bathgate. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Merrill left this week for their old home in Southern Minnesota, where tbey will remain some time. Miss Rena Harmon celebrated her birthday by giving a party to her young friends this week. 7*Y ::l y:_ J A ir y- Mr. and Mrs. F. Reynolds have been visit ing Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Johnston this week. Mrs. Seblen, mother of John Seblen, has re turned to her home in New York city. ' Rapid City. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. McCarthy have returned from a visit to the parents of the latter near Buffalo Gup. Mrs. H. Hilton returned from Bald Mount ain Saturday. Mrs. Emma Holmes is sojourning in Lead City. Miss Edith Howe is visiting in Denisou, la. Mrs. Congdal is in Chicago. Ko.coe, Rev. and Mrs. G. A. Brandt left Tuesday evening for Aberdeen. . Miss Bertha Sims returned Sunday from her studies at Groton. Mrs. F. H. Hooper left Friday for St. Paul. 7- . ■ Tower City. Prof, and Mrs. Douglass gave their cousin, Miss Lura, a party on Saturday evening. Mrs. Calderwood has returned from her winter's visit in the East. Miss Lura Douglass has gone to the Keep district to teach. l-'llendale. Wednesday evening Mrs. E.Thomas invited the following ladies to tea: Mrs. A. D. Flem mgton. Mia. Nirans, Mrs. G. XV. Parkes, Mrs. W. H. Jones, Mrs. A. L. Cole and Mrs. E. D. Duran. Friday evening Mrs. G. W. Parkes, and Monday eveuing Mrs. F. Suttle, enter tained a few of tbe ladies. Mrs. Jaquess, who has been visiting Mrs. A. O. Summerton, returned to Aberdeen j Monday. . ' ...-'_,*•".; V; Tuesday Mrs. A. L. De Coster started for St. Paul. , ;.".;;; Mrs. Henry Rusco has become a resident of Ellendale. Castle wood. Mrs. O. C. Swift and Mrs. C. F. Lake visited the family of A. F. Swift at Dempster Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Horten will occupy W. F. Van Dervoort's house, Merrill street. WISCONSIN. Chippewa Falls. Tbe James Comerford post, G. A. R., gave the best entertainment in its history Wednes day evening. Refreshments were furnished by Mrs. Himmelsbach. and were served by Mesdames Himmelsbach, James Comerford, W. R. Hoyt, George C. Giflty, A. Bates, J. Hesketb. G. Howieson. The singitig on the programme was led by Mrs. B. Luce. Miss Kate Bingham gave a card party to a number of friends last Thursday evening. Among those present were Misses Florence Smith, Carrie Henry, Ida Kehl. Maud Earley, Daisy McCord and Belle Walrath. Mrs. Eugene O'Neill, who has been visiting ii. Lock Haven, Perm., for several months, returned home last week. Miss Abbie McCawley. of Wayland semi nary, Beaver Dam, has been the guest of Miss Florence Smith. The ladies of the Catholic Literary society met Thursday evening at the residence of Mrs. W. F. Boland. Mrs. Frank Chuzamau, of Eau Claire, en tertained Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roe, of this city, Sunday. . Will Greenwood and family, of Baraboo, have moved to this city, and will make this their home. The marriage of Alexander Latourneau and Miss Theresa Fisber is announced to take place soon. Mrs. Amy Matheson, who ha, been visiting here, bas returned to her homo in Black River Falls. Miss Alma Hornby, of Lafayette, left last week to make an extended visit in North Da kota. James Lavell has been entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Barney Davell for some time. Miss Cora Fitzpatrick, Eau Claire, is in the city, the guest of Mrs. W. Butterfield. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hogan, of Bloomef, were in the city over Sunday. Miss Myra Brown left Monday for Ashland, to be 'absent several months. Mr. and Mrs. George Flanders, of Chitek, spent Suuday in the city. Mrs. Louisa Goulet left Monday for an ex tended visit to Canada. Miss N. Van Black is in Chippewa City, the guest of relatives. Miss Annie Hillman, of Cook's Valley, Is in the city visiting. Miss Amelia Hogan spent last Sunday in Eau Claire. Neillsville. Miss Ellen Mead departed for Milwaukee Monday evening, where she will be the guest of her sister, Mrs. James L. Gates, the coming summer. Mr 3. H. M. Weston, of Greenwood, was the gaest of Mrs. Alice Robbins at tbe Reddan house Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Roberts, of Hixton. Jackson county, is spending a few weeks in Neillsville as guest of her son, Dwight. The I. O. G. T. sociable at Miss Carrie Man suer's last Tuesday evening was a brilliant affair. Miss Anna Coggswell visited with relatives atMerrillan Junction several days the present week. . Mrs. Anna Wright, of Altona, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Frank G. Calway, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosenberg, of Chippewa Falls, spent Sunday in the city with friends. Miss Nettie Ure, of the town of Lynn, was guest af her brother, George, here last week. Miss Viola Smith left Tuesday for a two months' visit with relatives at Chilton, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Gates have gone to Milwaukee to make their home. Mrs. W. H. Lowe, of St. Paul, is visiting the family of Mayor James Hewett. Appleton. a Mrs. B. T. Rogers returned to Kenosha on Thursday last, after a pleasant visit among her many friends in this city. Mrs. H. J. Rogers and daughter will visit ; many of the South Atlantic cities during j their spring tour. [ Miss Lottie Strong is visiting friends in | Antigo. She is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Harvey Heath. Mrs. J. XV. Appleton and daughter, of Black Creek.are the guests of Dakota friends. Miss Mary Vernon, of Kenosha, bas been the guest of Miss Jessie Tucker for a week. Mrs. H. M. Miles entertained a dime social of the Tuesday night workers on the 13th. Mrs. Conklin returned last evening from a three weeks' visit with friends in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Whorton arrived home Saturday from their visit in Waukesha. Mrs. D. B. Bailey has been the guest of her Showano sister, Mrs. D. P. Andrews. Miss Carrie E. Shipman, of Stevens Point, was a recent visitor among us. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Whorton are guests of Col. H. M. Enos at Waukesha. Mrs. George M. Barber left for Kansas on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Myra Daly is visiting her parents at Bryant. -.",»''. Mrs. Uerie is visiting her son at Oshkosh. Black River Falls. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Merrill, of Hixton, wit nessed the Fielding Comedy Ideals Wednesday evening. Mrs. Helmer, of Merrillan, who has been the guest of Miss Rose Allen, has returned home. Misses Clara and Eva Chapman were in Alma Center the latter part of last week. Mrs. E. A. Abbott, of Hixton, is in the city, the guest of her mother, Mrs. P. Trudell. Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips, of Columbus, are visiting their son. T. H. Phillips. Mrs. W. P. Miller, of Neillsville, is visiting with relatives in the city. Mrs. S. W. Bowman left for her home in Ashton, Dak., Thursday. Mrs. E. F. Long is visiting with friends at Arcadia this week. Keed«burc A party, consisting of Messrs. C. E. Lemley, Frank Barnhart, Walter Winchester and Misses Mamie Brooks, Emma Reeve and Fannie Devor, drove down to Baraboo Tues day afternoon and attended the Swiss concert at that place in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. P. Lane arrived home from their visit to Humbirdlast Thursday evening. They were accompanied by Mrs. W. W. Win chester. Miss Minnie Petteys returned home on Sat urday eveniug from her visit at Sparta and La Crosse. Mrs. Marcia Kester left here for Jackson, Minn., last Sunday evening. Mrs. Arthur West spent last Sunday visiting friends in Baraboo. pSSB Mrs. Will Ortwein returned from Chicago Friday evening. Eau Claire. Miss Myrta French, of this city, appeared at the First Congregational church Wednes day evening, in a concert with Mme. Con stance Mozzara and Paul Stoeving. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Simons leave soon for San Francisco, to attend the international Y. M. C. A. convention to which they are dele gates. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Heyhnan are about to remove to Minneapolis, where they have two sons in business. Mrs. Dr. W. H. Lyman, of Menomonie, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. XV. L. Kepler. Mr. and Mrs. Levi M. Vilas have selected their residence in St. Paul, on Ashland ave nue. Mrs. M. W. Harris is with friends in Mil waukee. SB^IB menomonie. The C. L. S. C. will meet with Rev. Hart this evening. Misses Yoe, Wilson, Robinsen and Scott, with Mesdames Wilcox and Heller, will contribute to the enjoyment of tbe mem bers, with a choice literary programme. Mrs. F. J. McLean visited Mrs. G. W. La Pointe, of Wilson, last week. Mrs. D. H. Decker is visiting the family of J. A. Decker, at Baldwin. Thomas Tainte, of Rice Lake, is visiting bis sister, Mrs. G. H. Seely. Miss Eliza Stephens commenced her school in Sherman last week. Miss Sarah Troupe was in Dawson, Minn., last week. — i New Richmond. Misses Ella and Esther Ryan went with their father to spend a couple of weeks at their old home in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kribs are about to leave Now Richmond, to make their home in Cali fornia. Miss Florence Bagley, of St. Paul, Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. 0. Van Meter. Miss Lou Gauli, of St. Paul, is the guest of Mrs. George Gault. .j-i:!;jOf" ,Miss Fanny Gould visited this week In St Paul. Mrs. Orin L. Greaton, accompanied by Miss Brownie and Master Wilson, returned Saturn day from Eau Claire, where they were Visit*' Ing Mrs. Newell. V. Miss Mac Clapp is visiting In St. PauL Altoona. Miss Emily Shute, of Eau Claire, ' was en tertained by Mrs. A. M. Kingsbury, Thursday. Mrs. E. L. Thomas and daughter, Edna, of Eau Claire, spent Monday in the city. Mrs. Barton is spending a few days with friends at Durand. Baldwin. ••'. Miss Minnie Knowles, of River Falls, spent Saturday in town with her sister, Miss Ueale Knowles. __t__KHffm___Wff l _W Mrs. D. Colpitis gave a party Monday after noon for Master Ray and his little friends. Mrs. Dr. Decker, of Menomouie, is spend* ing the week with Mrs. James Decker. Miss Klttie Murray returned from St. Paul Monday. MpMj '■_v";>/''' ; IOWA. Mason City. Rev. Mrs. Beaulieu, Misses Nellie Crippen, Millie Sancollas, Nellie Hale, May Bachman, Sue Stan. bury, May Greer, Sadie Patchen and Alice Smith, composing tbe Adelpbi society, were very successful in their man agement of the Episcopal fair. Miss Lizzie Egloff, after a delightful visit with friends, returned to her home in Charles City on Saturday last. She leaves in June for an extended visit in Europe. Mrs. E. Hoxie and Miss Ida, of Prairie da Chien, were entertained by friends in this city last week. Mrs. Mary A. Emsley and daughter, Mis. Lillie. have returned from a visit in Cali fornia. The Portland schools have engaged tha services of Miss Ella Beach for tbe summei term. Mrs. W. S. Keeney entertains the society of the M, E. church next Wednesday even, ing. Miss Aggie Frost, of Clear Lake, was tha guest of Miss Clara Ehle over Sunday. Mrs. C. J. Cogglns returned on Saturday from her winter's visit at Cocoa, Fla. Mrs. John D. Glass spent the week in Gar* ncr, the guest of Mrs. N. V. Brower. Miss Aiice Lotty has returned from hes winter's sojourn in California. Mrs. B. A. Plumber, of Forest City, is the guest of friends ki this city. Miss Maria Bruce is being entertained bj» ber friend, Miss Bessie Carr. Miss Emma Mills left for her home in Port* ville, N. V., Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Francisco, returned to her home in Motley, Monday. Mrs. Greer, of Rockwell, is the guest ol Mrs. Diltz. Mrs. S. J. Cadman has gone to her home at Osage. Miss Greenlee has returned from Chicago. in hall town. Miss Nellie Will, Miss Margaret Payne, Mis 9 Ada Packard, A. A. Moore, E. M. Carson and E. Y. Abbott took a horseback ride to Le Grand for breakfast, Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McFadon left this week* for Omaha, where they will permanently re side. The engagement Is announced of Mis* Nellie Will to E. W. Jamar, of Cedar Rapids,. la. Mrs. G. W. Williams and daughter Alma will spend the summer at Paris, France. Miss Andrea Climie, of Montreal, Canada, will shortly visit in Marshalltown. Mrs. C. M. Norton, of Missouri Valley Junc tion, is a guest of Mrs. A. E. Abell. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Frlnk are at home from a two weeks' sojourn in Michigan. Mrs. William Battis gave a tea party to her lady friends Wednesday evening. Mrs. Crellin and daughter Miss Lillie, leave next week for San Diego, Cal. Mrs. J. B. Statler is visiting her sister, Mrs. D. F. Mills, at Dcs Moines. Clinton. Mrs. Rice, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. D. R. Toll, in this city, has returned to her New York home. Mrs. J. C. Garland has left for a brief visit with friends and relatives in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Ankeny have returned from a brief Chicago visit. Mrs. John Dyer, of Fulton, is visiting he? sister. Mrs. H. E. Conant. Mrs. J. D. Anguish, of Morrison, is visiting friends in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Sink have been visiting in Rock ford. Cedar Rapids. ,.'.';' Mrs. J. B. Carter gave a euchre party Fri day evening in honor of Miss Diosy, ef Brooklyn, N. Y. Miss Nona Dunn, who has been the guest of her friend. Miss Anna Moore, has returned to Hurou, Dak. Miss Hattie Belt and Miss Genevieve Wil son have returned to Davenport. Mrs. Frank Randall is home for a short time from Indian Territory. Mrs. John Kennicoot and boy are visiting at Waukegan, 111. Mrs. John B. Henderson has gone to Wash ington, D. C. E m me ts re Miss Mary Heriey returned from Minne apolis last Thursday, where she had been vis iting with her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Tobin ana Mr. and Mrs. Hoag land returned from their Western tour last Thursday evening. Mrs. E. D. Lunt took her departure for Council Bluffs last week. Mrs. Brochem is erecting a dwelling in tha south part of town. Miss Ola Bostwick spent Sunday in Ruthven. McGregor. Miss Bertha Meyer, who spent the past winter with her sister, Mrs. H. Luthe, re turned to her home in Rochester, Minn., last Tuesday. Mrs. W. C. Koop. of Wausau, Wis., has been with old friends in the city a few days. Miss Kate Heck is home for a vacation from her school in Guttenberg. Lyons. Mrs. C. S. Tuller, Mrs. A. A. Root and Miss Hattie Smith attended the Congregational union at Sabuia Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Walden are visiting ia Dubuque. Mrs. Scott, of Aspen, Col., is visiting ia Lyons. Greene. Mrs. Passage and daughter Nellie are In Roekford visiting this week. Miss Allie Lyford will teach school in thd Williams district this spring. HYMEN'S CAPERS. Brainerd, Minn.: Axel Tvermoesand Miss Mary Laubech; John L. Lowe and Miss Jessie Sbontell; P. E. Gelow and Miss Maggie Motfit. Glenco, Minn.: Frederick E. Chambers and Miss Elnora J. Moore; Jesse A. Wadsworth and Miss Mattie Snow. Emmetsburg, la. : Lewis O. Gusland and Miss Christene il. Anderson. Mapleton, Dak.: Robert Maxwell Mitchell and Miss Lizzie Brownlee. Chippewa Falls, Wis.: Antolne Johnson and Miss Mary Johnson. Forest Lake, Minn.: Frank Murphy and Mis# Aggie Fltsgerald. » Arlington, Minn.: Frank McPadden and Miss Caroline Eckert. f Sauk Centre, Minn.: Michael Hogan and Miss Mary Donohue. • Lake Henry, Minn.: Miss Julia A. Mullen and L. XV. Sterling. . Fairmont. Minn.: Frederick ßemkeand Misi Mary Huettemeir. Lewiston, Minn.: William S. Powell and Miss Jane S. Dodd. Grand Forks, Dak.: W. J. Murray and Mis* Mary Ellen Maley. Mason City, la.: Byron C. Beldingand Mist Clara E. McGoon. Morn. Minn.: John A. Cuddy and Misa Emily J. Spence. Rapid City, Dak, : William C. Blair and Misl Mary E. Robbins. Wahpeton, Dak.: John Schoenborn and Mist Lacia Kotcheau. Eau Claire, Wis.: Samuel Mills and Mrs* Lucinda R. Mills. ;-7 '. Clinton. la.: .James E. Berry and Misl Maggie Carroll. Willmar, Minn.; Aaron C. Stansbury an Ida E. Morey. .-.-- Lakeville, Minn.: John Sullivan and MiSfl Ellen Rowan. Camden, Minn.: Henry Grimm and Miss, Louisa lttle. ~y- _'i- .-■<■/ New Uim, Minn. : Ed Eibner and Miss Maty Rosskopf. Emerado, Dak.: Jess W. Hill and Emm* Siewess. - 'SSJSSh Rio, Wis.: James Buchanan and Clara M. Phelps. Hose, Hose. Our stock of hose is now complete, com* prising a tine assortment of cotton, Lisle thread, spun silk, in black and colors, prices the very lowest. McLain's, 384 Wabasha street. McLain Is selling dress goods at extremely low prices. Call and see them before they are all gone. McLain's. 384 Wabasha street.