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£ Surplus of Delightful Events of the School Commence- ment Sort. i •Scores of Young People Are Launched on the Stormy Sea of Life. Optimistic Views of a Life They Know Absolutely Nothing of. I Amateurs Give a Charming Presentation of "Young Mrs. Winthrop." / The past week has been one of ab lurbing interest to those who love chil dren and their doings. Commencement and closing exercises have been coming, bne on top of the other, in rapid succes sion. Ossa has been piled upon Pelion 'bntil society has been satiated with a Surplus of such delightful events. It is (undoubtedly interesting and altogether delightful to see and hear the young fceopie just about to be launched on the "stormy sea of lite, to watch their young _; ices, radiant with hope for the future, fend to listen to the eloquence of their Bophomoric addresses, bubbling over with anticipation and optimistic views of ■a life they* know nothing of. Their public exercises naturally drew forth large "crowds, especially those of the night 'school at the People's church Thursday evening, where the large auditorium was not nearly large enough to contain .he crowd the* besieged the doors. Many an eye was dimmed when listening to "the expression of the roseate ideas of the young graduates, and many a heart Went back to the day when its owner Vas a young graduate. *"0 fbr the grace of a day that is dead!" was the mental exclamation of many. The only "other event which called forth all so ciety was the presentation of "Young Mrs. Winthrop" at the People's theater Tuesday evening. The cast being en tirely composed of ladies and gentlemen who are recognized leaders of social cir cles and the performance being under the patronage of so distinguished a crowd, all those who comprise" the upper ten felt it incumbent upon them to turn out. The lower left hand box was oc fcupied by the gubernatorial party, while in the upper boxes were crowds bf St. Paul's loveliest women. Misses "Anerbach, Armstrong. Bigelow, Beau knont. Clough, Field, Farrington, Fore bauch. Flaiidrau. Gordon, otzian, Gil fillan, Newport. Nelson. Iugersoll, Stur gis, Rice, Ferrln, Price, Spaulding, Stephenson, Wilder and many others, "dressed in Worth's inspirations and the "choicest blooms from garden and con servatory, combined with the somber Clack and white of the men, made a charming scene, and turned the pretty theater into a veritable bower of loveli ness. The play was rendered in first class style, and" the aristocratic crowd feppreeiated it very highly. LINKED LOVE. JXSOME-EXXG. Emil J. Jerome and Miss Aggie King Emil J. Jerome and Miss Aggie King .ere united in marriage at St. Louis fchurch last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome departed in the even ing for a three weeks' tour of the West ern states. FOLEY-KOGEnS. The marriage at the Cathedral last "Tuesday morning " of Daniel E. Foley and Miss Lillie Bogers, solemn ized by Kev. Father Shanley, was largely attended. The bridesmaids were Miss Sue Bogers, Miss Nellie Keough, "Miss Fannie Sweeney and Miss Lizzie Cummings, James Forestal acting as best man. The ushers were Messrs. Ss best man. Tbe ushers were Messrs. John Brechaney, Frank J. Ward, Wil liam F. Birmingham, E. C. Bogers, and L Keough. After a wedding breakfast Bt the home of the bride's parents, 008 Olive street, Mr. and Mrs. Foley de parted for a tour of the Eastern states. SHEA-OAKS. The wedding of John Shea and Miss Fannie Oaks, celebrated Wednesday af ternoon at the bride's home, 92 Tilton street, was a very pleasant affair, and was attended by a large number of friends of the contracting parties. Mr. and Mrs. Shea departed at 7:._ in the evening for the East. They will be at home at Til Carroll street after July 10. WAEE-CUKTIS. R. Leslie Ware and Miss Belle Curtis were married at the bride's home on Marshall avenue last Tuesday. The wedding was a very quiet affair. but a few relatives and intimate friends being present. Mr. and Mrs. Ware will be at home in their cottage at White IJear after July 1. SANDS -DINDOF.F. The marriage ceremony of Edward Sands and Miss Katie Dindorf was solemnized Wednesday evening at the bride's home on Mississippi street. LOCKWOOIl-LEECIT. Louis F. Lockwood and Miss May G. Leech were married yesterday morn big. These Will Wed. The wedding of Charles E. Schauffier. of Chicago, and Miss Manvel, one of St. Paul's society leader?, will be celebrated Thursday evening at Mr. Mauvel's country seat, at V'aldcmere Part:. Ale. Several prominent St. Paul society people have already left for the East to be present on the auspicious occa sion, among them Mr. and Mrs. dpbsm, Mrs. George It. Finch, the Misses Hill, Miss Cotzian and Miss Valle Gofeian. Paris Fletcher and Miss Carolyn Gates will be united in marriage at the First Presby terian church the coming Wednesday. The bridesmaids will be Miss Castle. Miss Alden. the Misses Fairchild. Miss Bunker and Miss Poslletli waite, while Messrs. Eider, Farn bam, Sibley and Price will act as ushers. Mr. Fletcher, of Minneapolis, the groom's cousin, will be best man. Cards are out announcing the marriage of Charles J. Babcock and Helen C. Murray at St. Mary's church next Wednesday at 5 o'clock p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Babeock'will be at home on Thursdays, in July, at 273 Pleas ant avenue. Miss Georgiana K. Crary. daughter of Dr. G. II. Crary, of Bed Wing, and Dr. Henry L. Bryant, soil of Dr. 3. II. Bryant, of St. Paul, Will be married at the bride's home, Wednes day, June 10. C. A. Severance, of this city, and Miss Irtarv F. Harriman, of Cottage Grove, will be married on the 26th at the Cottage Grove Congregational church. The marriage of George J. Kusterer and Miss Addie Marshall will be celebrated on the 27th wist, at the St. Anthony Park chapel. Delightful Entertainment. Last Friday evening Kidgewood Park Was the scene of a delightful entertain ment in the form of a reception ten dered Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swift, who have recently moved to that pretty lit tle villa, the residents of which, with a number of intimate friends, received them with warm congratulations, and bestowed upon Mr. Swift and his happy bride many kind wishes for a long and pleasant life. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swift, Mr. and Mis. O. T. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. C. _. Swift, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. MacLean, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Fish leigh, Henry Swift, A. W. Fisher, Fred Fisher, Dr. II. L. Bryant. Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Fitz, Mr. and Mrs. S. Milton Fowble, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hall, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Caider wood, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Slayton, Mrs. A. E. Roberts, Mrs. Merrill Bvder, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Walter Stanton," Mrs. C. H. Skelton, Mrs. Alcott and Mrs. Fisher, Miss Van Yleck, Miss Julia Fisher, Miss Jennie Rvder. Events of the Week. The ladies of the Order of the Iron Hall gave a social hop and donkey party at the hall, 70 East Tenth street, last Monday even ing, which was attended by seventy-five couples. The following programme was suc cessfully carried out: Music, the orchestra; Bolo, Mr. Laugdon: recitation. Dora Simpson; niano solo, Miss Mora; recitation, Mrs. Mc- Call; solo, Mrs. Paradoux; recitation, Mrs. Crosby ; mandolin solo. Prof. P. Kleist. The donkey coutest was next In order. . The prize was won by Miss Wan, which was an order on J. L. Lovering for a pair of kid shoes. Dancing was indulged in till 1 a. m. Ice cream and cake were served by the ladies. Mrs. M. A. Hones, of 8. Summit avenue, is chief justice of the order, which numbers about fifty wide-awake ladies of St. Paul. Miss Maggie Noble entertained a large number of her little friends last Wednesday, i the occasion being her seventh birthday. Among those present were: Charlie Warner, M lllie Branstom, Henry Jamar. Bert Parsons, Fred Nelson, Kind Nelson,' Fran. Smith, Arthur Watson, Eddie Fischer. Willie Prideaux. Howard Johnson, Charley V'eyl, Harry Pomeroy. Eddied Mahle, Ned Noble, Lulu Kahler. Jessie Ridley, Jennie I'osenzweig. Rosie, Mahle, Florence Mahle. Grade Johnson. Myra Twomey. Min- nie Fischer. Gertie Fischer, Hattie" Weyl, Lottie Jamar. Maud McLellan. Bessie Lewis, Ada Lewis, Helen Parsons, Grade Bennett, Battle Kellar. Gertie Noble. A large party of young people, chiefly West siders. gathered at the residence of Mr. Lee, Custer street and Fillmore avenue last Tuesday and enjoyed a "bus" picnic to Lake Johanna, About sixteen couples were in attendance, and the day was spent fishing, hunting and boat- riding. Anions those who enjoyed the breezes of the lake were Misses "Murray, Weaver, Fountain, Cowley. Ryan, Fleming Lynch and Moore; Messrs. Whipple, Simpson, Foster, Kent, Lee. Loverick, iidey, Malally, Thomas and Hart. R. O. Barnard was pleasantly surprised by a number of friends at his residence, 183 East Thirteenth street, Monday evening, the 10th. the occasion being the anniversary of his eighteenth birthday. Among those present were the Misses Etta Lewis, Nellie Fanning, Lilian Humphrey. Clara Humphrey, Minnie Chambers, Ethel Haisley, and the Messrs. M.F.Lewis, H. S. Lewis, A. S. Chase, C. L. Chase and William Napier. On Monday ever. Gov. Meniam gave a dinner in honor of Messrs. How and Milliken, ot New York. The table decorations were elaborate and entirely in yellow. There were present Major and Mrs. Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Tarbox, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon, Gov. and Mrs. Merriam and Miss Cook. In the evening the governor entertained the senatorial commit- tee and a number of prominent citizens. Barge parties are again keeping the lax so- ciety devotees up late o' nights. Last Thurs- day, while the moon was out on a tare, a party made up of the following, made a trip down the river and back: J. J. Parker, H. Wright. Mr. Rantoul. Mr. Jaggard, Mr. Skip- with. Dr. Stewart. Dr. McLaren and Mrs. Par- ker, Miss Averilll, Miss Gilliilau, Miss Go tz- ian. Miss Dean and Miss Sturgis. Frank Jansen. thirty years a resident of this city, and now a clerk in the county ab- stract oflice, will celebrate his silver wedding at 3 o'clock this afternoon. He was married in 286. and a hearty response is expected to the invitations out "for the occasion. The deputy abstract clerks have arranged to pre- sent Mr. and Mrs. Jansen with aa elegant silver service. * Robert O. Barnard was pleasantly surprised by his friends last Monday evening in honor of his eighteenth birthday. Refreshments •were served. Among those present were the Misses Etta Lewis, Nellie Fanning, Winnie Chambers, Ethel Haisley. Lillian and Clara Humphrey and Messrs. Charles Chase. Willie Lewis. Bert Chase, Robert Barnard and Henry Lewis. Mrs. J. B. Dow gave a birthday parly yes- terday afternoon iu honor of the fifteenth birthday of Master John Dow and the tenth of Miss Mamie Dow. About thirty young people spent a very pleasant time in games, music and other amusements, and the two young people were the recipients of many handsome presents. The Como Avenue Literary and Social club will give a lawn sociable next Tuesday even- ing at the residence of Mrs. J. C. McCall. 549 Topping strebt. A short programme will be carried out. Ice cream will be served. All members are especially Invited to attend,. as this will be the final meeting of the year. Ike Lederer celebrated his birthday last Monday by giving a small -and select dinner party at tne Standard club. A large number of valuable presents were given him, con- sisting of tin pails, frying pans, .irons, shovels, washboards, flat irons and other ar- ticles of utility and ornament. 0:i Friday evening Mrs. Ed Johnson, of Nelson avenue, gave a card party to a num- ber of her friends. Prizes were taken by the following members of the company: "Miss Cook, progressive; Mrs. Mclntire." ladies- bead prize; Mrs. Seymour, lone hand; and K. Gordon, gents' head prize- The last of the course of entertainments projected by the Oxford M. E. church was given last Tuesday evening when Jean Inge- low's "Songs of Seven." and Leigh Hunt's "Abou Ben Adhem," illustrated with tab- leaux and music, were given to a large audi- ence. _E"""""_i The ladies of St. John's Catholic Church, or Dayton's Bluff, gave a strawbarry and ice cream festival Tuesday and Wednesday evenings on the church lawn, Frances and Cypress streets. Mars Lodge No. 2202 I. O. O. F. gave a grand concert and festival at Odd Fellows hall Wabasha street last Friday evsuhiff, which dreg's !__• audience an. was a most successful affair Alice Prendergast entertained a company of little friends at her home on Ashland ave- nue Friday afternoon, the occasion being the sixth anniversary of her birthday. The graduating exercises of the St. Paul teachers' training school were held at the High School assembly hall en Wednesday evening. The lawn social given last Tuesday even- ing for the benefit ot St. Josephs church was highly successful socially and finan- cially. The Ladies' Society of St. John's church heal its last meeting for the season with Mrs. Chapman, of Holly avenue, Tuesday after- noon. Myrtle C. Burnette entertained Friday evening, at her home, a number of young lady friends, celbrrating her sixteenth birth- day". The Young People's society of Christian Endeavor gave a festival on the lawn of the First Presbyterian church last Monday even- ing. A strawberry festival was given by the la- dies of Mount Sod Congregational church at Standard hall last Tuesdav evening. The Hibernian rifles gave a social Friday. evening at 1S3 East Sixth street, which was largely attended. Master Louis Forepaugh gave a card party to a number ot his young friends on Wednes- day evening. Mrs. J. J. Parker gave an evening tea party to her friends on Friday. Social Miscellany. Next Monday, June 17, the fifth annual encampment of Minnesota division. Sons of Veterans, will be held in Duluth. The offi- cers and delegates from various parts of the state will center here on Sunday and go to Duluth by special train Sunday night. St. Paul will be represented by Col. E. H. Mil- ham, who for the last three years has com- manded this division: Adjt. George H. Sheire and Frank Shoop. The most charming ballad which has ap- peared for many a day is "Clarita," the latest production of " Fred W. Foster, of this city, published by W. J. Dyer & Bro. Mr. Foster is meeting with great success as a song writer. "Clarita-' will be sung before a New York audience this week by Harry .Pepper, of Dockstader's minstreis. All members of the high school class of.'SB are requested to be present in the senior room, high school, Tuesday evening, . previ- ous to attending the alumni meeting. Music at Christ Church. This evening at Christ church, corner of Fourth and Franklin streets, a grand song service will be given by the full vested choir of sixty voices, men and boys, assisted by an orchestra of twenty pieces. There will be solos by. Master Ernest Beldan and a selected male quartette. The music will be especially line. Beginning with the well-known processional hymn, "On wai d, Christian Soldiers," by Sullivan: the grand set- ting of the "Magnificat" and "Nunc Dimittis" for chorus, orchestra and organ, by Berthold Tours ; the two an- thems, "Praise the Lord, O Te Heathen," and Dr. Garrett's famous Trinity Sunday anthem, "In Humble Faith and Holy Love,", will be heard as never rendered before by any choir iu the West. The choir has made won- derful progress in the last twelve months, and endeavors to give to its hearers the best music of modern sacred composers. Following is the pro- gramme: Organ Processional hymn. "On- ward. Christian Soldiers." Sullivan; Versi- cles and Responses, Tailis : Tenth Selection of Psalms, Chants; Magnificat, Tours in F, chorus, orchestra and organ; Nunc Dimittis, Tours in F, chorus, orchestra and organ ; anthem. "Praise the Lord. O ye Heathen," Earl of Wilton, quartette, Messrs. Beldan, Buckley, Snyder and Donuahawer Jr. chorus, orchestra and organ; Hymn 133, "Holy, Holy, Holy." J. B. Dykes;" Hymn 1.1, Affer- tory anthem. "In. Humble Faith and Holy Love," Dr. Garrett; solo, Master Ernest Bel- dan; quartette, Messrs. Beldan, Buckley,- Lufski and J. C. Wall, chorus, orchestra and organ; Hymn 169. "Saviour, Again to Thy Dear Name We Raise," Dykes; Reces- sional hymn, "Holy. Holy. Holy Lord," E. J. Hopkins: concluding voluntary, "Priests" March."' Mendelssohn, Athaleu, . orchestra and organ. Future Festivities. A dramatic and musical entertainment will be given under the auspices of the Business Woman's club, in Unity Club room, Wabasha street and summit aveuue, next Tuesday evening, when the following programme will be given by some of the lady scholars of the Ciprico Elocutionary Institute of : Miu- ' nea.olis: ■■ -' "-'." YY - Part L— Overture, St. Anthony Hill orches" '.THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1889.— 3IXTEEN PAGES. ETELKA'S LATEST SUMMER HATS. tra; balcony scene from "Romeo and Juliet:" Romeo. Mrs. Josephine Rice; Juliet, Mrs. Gertrude Spencer; waltz. St. Anthony Hill orchestra : Parrhasius and the Captive, Miss Jessie Smith; Rip Van Winkle, Mis. Joseph- ine A. Rice. Scene from "Ingomar" : In- gomar. Mrs. Josephine A. Rice Parthenia, Miss Florence Ravelle. • Part II.— Overture, St. Anthony Hill orches- tra; Lord Dundreary, Mrs. Josephine A Rice. Scene from "Leah," Miss Jessie Smith; Irish schoolmaster, Mrs. Josephine A. Rice; galop, St. Anthony Hill orchestra. - Scene from the "Lady of Lyons": Pauline, Mrs. James E. Weiri'ck; Claude, Mrs. Josephine A. Rice. Part III.— Overture, St. Anthony Hill or- chestra. Scene from "Pygmalion and Gala- tea": Pvgmalion, Mrs. Josephine A. Rice; Galatea." Mrs. Gertrude Spencer. The music is generously given by the St. Anthony or- chestra. The young ladies and children of Christ church will produce the long promised can- tata, "The Rebellion of the Daisies," next Frldav evening. The participants will be at- tired in a dress representing some flower, and the following take part: Daisy Queen. Miss Mildred Cooper; Daisy King. Ernest Beldan; Sunflower Queen, Miss Lizzie An- drews; Sunflower King, J. C. Wall; aesthetes, Miss Spalding, Miss May Napier, Miss Helen Davis, Miss Grace Lewis, Miss Mary Baldy; farmers, Messrs. Donatio Bradbury aud Davis; botanist, Mr. Appleton; daisy general, H. Stout; police- man, Mr. Seixas; detectives,: Messrs. Rolf, Bratibirv and Wood: daisies, Misses Esther Lawton, "Edith Moore, Emily Greely, Alice Wright, Lily Wilcoxson, Leta Wilcoxsou, Bessie Temple, Maud Everard, Amanda Zahn, Hortense Zahn, Shirley Kelliher, Masters Harry Gmehle, Herbert Ams- den, Robert Wood, Ernest Nelson, Arthur Hoppin, Willie Johnson, Eddie Sloan. Reuben Mead, Russell Gilfillan. Harold Stout. Sunflowers— Misses Lillian Moore, Margaret Rugg, Martha Gilfillan, Ruth Whcelock, Eliza Hodges, Bertha Temple, Garnet Butcher, Rose Butcher. Ruby Butch ' er. _r.a!,5f " C"_ui7e Hoppia. Charlie Heber- hart. James Graham, Paul Floyd, Percy Creel- man, Walter Erksine, Herbert Tucker, Ralph Stye, George Nichols. A fair and fete champetre is promised for next Wednesday, Thursday. Friday and Sat- urday eveuing3 by the ladies of St. Luke's parish, to be held en the new Cathedrat site, Summit avenue and Victoria street. A grand excursion will be given by the Ivv Leaf Dancing club on July A to Lake St. Croix and return on the steamer Cleon and barges. Music by the First Regiment band. A musieale was given last evening at the residence ot Dr. L. R. Brown, 93 1 Clark street, for the benefit of the Arlington hills Presbyterian church. Members of the Pilgrim Baptist chnrch are rehearsing the cantata, "Queen Esther," which will be performed two weeks hence. Garfield post No. 8, G. A. R., will give a dance at Garfield hall, 330 East Seventh street, next Wednesday evening. Personal Mention. Hon. Austin Whitney and family, of Ash . Hon. Austin Whitney and family, of Ash- burnham, • Mass., are visiting the family of his son. Leonard A. Whitney, No. 136 West- ern avenue. Mr. Whitney is an ex-member of the Massachusetts legislature, and identi- fied with numerous manufacturing interests. besides being the owner of the celebrated Whitney farm. . A social party, consisting of Misses Leves- que, Taylor, Kavanaugh, Cora and Clara Meier. Lena and Clara Herr, Hattie and Ag- gie LaRaviere, Reimer; Messrs. floret, Meier. Henry and Robert Rolfer, Herr, Reiehow and Lew Gaus, Minneapolis, sojourned the past week at Kohlman's lake .■;■>■. - Miss Moore, of Summit avenue, is visiting relatives in Brooklyn, N. Y. As soon as William Moore, who" is at Harvard has com- pleted his examinations, he and Miss Mcore ■will return here together, reaching home in time for the Fourth of July celebrations. - y Mr. and Mrs. Julius Austrian left for Chi- cago two weeks ago on accouut of the sick- ness of Mrs. Austrian's brother. A. F. Leop- old, who died on the 1 _th. Mrs. Austrian has returned, but Mr. Austrian is still in Chi- cago. Dr. and Mrs. B. H. Ogden have returned from their wedding trip after -an absence of about two weeks, and will reside at No. 297 Dayton avenue, where they will be at home - io their friends after July 1. Mrs. R. M. Bell and family, Mrs. G. C. Dow ami family, and Mrs. G. F. Smith, all of Mer- riam Park, are out at Sleeper's Lake, near Brainerd, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Topping. An excursion party, consisting of Miss Louise Bresett. Miss Julia Cummings, Harry and Miss Mary sherane, left Tuesday last for St. Louis on the steamer City of St.- PauL Miss Cecil Bachnch, a society belle of : Camden, N. _, who has been visiting friends here, wiil stop a few days with her sister at Faribault before returning home. Col. J. H. Gregory, wife and child leave this week for several months in Europe. He will visit his old home in Ireland and make ex . tended tour of the continent. ,;^AWS£3| Mrs. Kirkpatrick and daughter, of New York citv. are the guests of Mrs. E. H. Judson, of Davton aveuue. Tney will leave : for home on Tuesday. Charles B. Day, son of Dr. David Day. has ■graduated with" honors at the College of. Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia Col-'] lege, of New York. , Mrs. David Buckwheat after a week's visit j with relatives and friends, has returned to Hudson, Wis., accompanied by her sis- ter, Miss Riguey. Mrs. David Day. of Duluth, who has been visiting her mother. Mrs. Henry Morris, of i Sherman street, will leave Thursday evening for home. Mrs. D. A. Dickenson and family, of Vir ginia aveuue, left yesterday for a short stay in Mankato. They will afterwards leave for the East. George R. Finch and family left for the East Mondav evening, and will attend the Schauffler-Manvel wedding on the 20th. Miss Alice Uarzberg, of Baltimore, Md., who is doing the continent in company with her brother, is visiting friends here. '.. Arthur Vance has returned from Macalester college, and will spend his vacation : with relatives in Washington Territory. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Brown, of Holly avenue. will leave for Maine next week, and wilt spend the summer in that state. V____BB_ Mrs. H. J. Lott and child will leave to-mor- row evening for Warsaw, 111., to spend a few mouths at her former home. -' . Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hall and family will oc . cupy Judge Dickinson's house, on Virginia aveuue, during the summer. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. pham and family, of Ninth street, left last evening in a private car for the Atlantic coast. . Samuel Siegel, wife and children, of Brazil, Ind., are visiting Joseph Rothschild, of Summit avenue. ■1 . Dr. and Mrs. Lufkin arrived from the East yesterday morning. They will reside at 362 Selby avenue. .__H~S"~~B*~""&"~&~~~~~3_ Mrs. Brown, of . Ashland avenue, Is enter- taining her sister. Miss Minea. of California.' Miss Lulu Brown, of Dayton avenue, has gone to Chenango Valley, N. V., to spend the summer. Mrs. C. W. Griggs and Miss Heartie Griggs are in St. Paul after a year's absence in Europe. 98f_998&R!&& Col. William Jamieson, of ■ New York, is the guest of Mrs. P. R. Jones, of Dayton avenue. Victor Robertson and L. E. Newport have returned from aoroad after an extended ab sence, r-asasgsrass Miss Loyola O'Connor, of Portland, Or., is the guest of Miss O'Connor, of Iglehart street. Miss Lindeke. of Summit avenue. is home from Vassar college for the summer vaca tion, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ewen, of East Saginaw, Mich., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hay. A. S. Lipman and Mrs. Myers, late of the People's theater, left for the East last Tues day. Mrs. and Miss Louis, who have been visit ing Mrs. H. H. Fuller, have returned home. ' Fred E. Powers is home from Chicago, where he has been studying scenic painting. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Block are now settled in their new residence, 3-42 West Third street. -- Mr. aud Mrs. W. H. Murick. of Holly ave nue, will leave for the East in a few days. .-. : Miss Hyde, of New York, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Harbaugh, of Western avenue. _ f Mrs. William Hunt, of Holly avenue, is en tertaining her sister, Mrs. Birdie Bailey. >■ Mrs. Frank Shoop left Thursday evening tor a visit to her home in Pennsylvania. Mrs. James Howe and family, of Chicago, are visiting Col. Howe, of Holly avenue. • ■ • Miss Marie. Kittson left last Tuesday for New York, to be absent about a month. j- : Miss Mabel Wilson, of Hastings, is visi ting Mrs. P. J. Heavuer, of De Soto street. . Mrs. Duncan, of Aberdeen. S. D., is the guest of Mrs. Pine, of Lincoln avenue. • ~j . Leonard A. Straight is home from Chicago. where he is studying in a law college. V. . ,*,*. Mrs. Lieut. Wallace is visiting her mother.' Mrs. George Otis, of Summit avenue. -'■-.. Mr. and Mrs. Backus and Miss Georgie Middleton have gone East on a visit. S. B. Gault and family have removed from 223 Western to 575 Dayton avenue. - E. A. Young and family have gone gone to Narragansett River for the summer. Miss Austen, ot Farrington avenue, leaves for the East to-morrow evening. Miss Minnie Keller, of Albert Lea, is the guest of Mrs. George C. Harper. Sam Breed will return home Wednes nesday from Shattucks schooL Miss Shepherd, of New York, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Leedom Sharp. Mrs. A. B. Stickney and Mrs. P. H. Millard are visiting near St. Louis, Mo. Miss Sloan, of Sherman street, has gone to York Harbor for the summer. Mrs. George C. Harper is entertaining Miss Minnie Keller.of Albert Lea. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Snow are visiting Mrs S. S. Wolcott at Minnetonka. Miss Maggie Riley, of Laurel avenue, has returned from New Orleans. Miss Petty, of Chicago, is visiting Mrs. W. E. Baker, of Merriam Park. Judge Howe is now occupying his new house on Summit avenue. Mrs. William. S. Hunter is visiting her parents is Detroit. Mich. . Mrs. James Wall has returned from an ex tended trip in California. Mrs. E. N.Saunders has gone with her fam ily to Narraganset bay. Chris Otis will, attend commencement exercises at Faribault. Dr. Harold L. Patterson, of Dayton's Bluff, is visiting in the East. .. Mrs.- Wheelock aad daughter have re turned from Europe. -.* Mrs. Woodward, of Laurel avenue,' has re turned from abroad. Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Dawley will leave for the East this week. i' The Misses Gotzian. of Tenth street, will go East In a few days. Mrs. Richard Topham, of Washington, D. C, is in the city. . . Miss Moore, of Boston, is the guest of Mrs. Norman Brooks. Dr. McDonald, of East Tenth street, has gone to Europe. Leslie Gilbert will remain in Alabama for the summer. Mrs. A. E. Clarke, of Ashland avenue, is in Wisconsin . Maj. Thomas Wilson has returned from New York. S"**S~"S*M__>3J£Y ' Sherman Finch left for New York Friday evening. - '':'■■■. 'Xy Frederick Powers has arrived home from Chicago. Mrs. Horace Dunne has returned home from Chicago. . James McNaught and family have gone to Seattle. ;-•-.". X Mrs. F. E. Ewell is at Red Wing, visiting: friends.'i3@CMo-HB_tofi Mrs. Handy, of Western avenue, is 'in Europe. . W. F. Armstrong is visiting friends in Ken tucky. ■ ' . Mrs. Mower, of Areola, is visiting in fie city. '-''<"ss__ „ ' :nL Charles Otis is home from Ann Arbor.MlchJ William Strickland is in Hartford, Conn. 7 Mr. and Mrs. Caubv are at the Victoria. | Mrs. Col. Griggs is home from Europe. SUBURBAN SOCIAL. White Bear. The White Bear Yacht club has just had printed a neat little book of thirty-one pages containing the constitution, by-laws ana sail ing rules of the club. The fly leaf bears a neat little wood-cut of 'some picturesque spot, supposed to be taken from White Bear. The officers of the club are: Commodore; C. D. O'Brien; vice commodore, J. W. L. Corn ing; rear commander, J. M. Welch; secre tary, C. H. Grundy; treasurer, J. W. Taylor; fleet surgeon, Dr. J. C. Markoe ; regatta com mittee, Truman W. Ingersoll, Hiler H. Hor ton, Charles H. Gruudy. . The list of mem bers to date comprises forty-four names, and is as follows : Dr. J. M. Welch, C. D. O'Brien, J. W. Tavlor, C. H. Grundy, Leavitt Corning, William 'Barrett. R. H. Stevens, Dr. J.* H. Stewart, Louis M. Hastings, W. H. Coleman, A. J. Wampler, J. P. Elder. L. P. Ordway, L. P. Richardson, F. R. Whitwell, E. T. Som ers, C. H. Van Duzee, William Rodger, C. W. Ware, J; E. Ramaley. E. ; A. . Gray, Carl Tay lor, J. W. L. Coming,- Dr. J. Owen, Dr. J. C. Markoe, T. W. Ingersoll, R. C. Wight, Flor ence Ramaley, 11. J. Lewis, -J. H. • Ramaley. E. Birchall, W. A. Somers, J. Bvrd • Hewitt, D. A. Monfort. R. . J. ~ Markoe, W. Chapin, Walter Hewitt, A. M. Lawton, C. B. Lawton, Francis M. Wheeler and - John H. Schulze, regular . members with William Markoe as honarary member. The book also contains a table of time allowance, general flag signals used by yachts, with illuminated cuts of flags and squadron evolutions. Tbe pamph let was prepared by Messrs. Grundy and Welch trom the rules and regulations of the prominent yacht clubs of the country, and only such I rules adopted g as were best suited for the c~_ib.-^^^fee»!tfi*Ws^aSß!BaaE_a '■ ,It seems strange : that the Dellwood club house is not occupied, located as it is on one of the prettiest spots around the lake, bnt since the Matoska ; club gave up the house two years ago, silence reigns supreme in and ■ about its . spacious . halls . and broad veran- das. It is not for want of tenants that this . is true, for its owner, A. K. Barnum, has re- fused many offers to rent within the last two ' years,' for reasons of his owu. The Dellwood • tower is nearly 300 feet ; above the level of $t. Paul, aud on a very dark night the re flection of tho lights in St. Paul, Minneapolis [and Stillwater may be plainly seen lv the ! sky. It is also true that when the wind is iv the right direction the boats on the St. Croix. 'the water works whistle in Minneapolis, and •, the St Paul whistles may be distinctly heard - from this point. Residents at the lake two 5 yeats ago will never forget the club - house as . it appeared on party nights. With its broad piazzas encircled with rows of Japanese "lanterns, its towers crowned with red, white ( and blue lights, It looked like" a" veritable jfairy bower, and it is a matter of : regret that jthe :. old club house, with its many pleasant i memories, should be left to decay through fdisuse. ;. At the "Leip house by the sea" are Albert Scheffer. - Gustave Heinemaun, George J. _-hoeffel, A. Blackman, Robert Ober, Miss Kimball, W. J. Freaney, T. J. Price, wife and child, Herman Overbeck, Thomas F. Cleary, 'W.C.Williams and wife, E. C. Jones, S. Lowenstein, W. B. Bourne, D. Kennedy, 'Robert Seeger, George J. Schoffel, Charles •Carter, H. W. Carter. T. S. White, P»-ank Perry, W. S. Brill, St. Paul. At ' the Chateaugay are L. M. Hastings, Hugh Dunn. W. R. Knox. Joseph J. Mc- Grath, J. C. Bassidy, F.O. Flaherty. John Bigfeliow, Harry MaeLachlau, C. T. Williams and child, L. B. Wheeler. A. W. Drewry, Os car Johnson, J. M. Trlease, Mrs. Woodruff, F. E. Campbell. C. Dunn. St. Paul; Dan McAllester, Eau Claire; Charles Nelson, New York; A. George and wife, Zumbrota. Registered at the Williams this week are Charles Souneman and wife, Ralph H. Beach, N. R. Ramer. J. I. Beaumont, M. C. Healiou, R. C. Ewiue, Mrs. Z. R. Williams, Will J. De Force and wife. J. C. Spencer, E. S. Wood, Joe Werrick, Mrs. I. H. Alleu, J. Berg, L. Bagloff, W. H. H. Johuson and wife, B. G. Yates and daughter^ St. Paul. .-MM[|» -.. The following students from the state uni versity, chaperoned by Mrs. J. L. Blake, are tenting on the Blake cottage grounds at Mah tomedi: Misses : Jessie : and :C. J. Blake, : Misses Leach, Hall,' Bevy, and Ankeny; Messrs. L. A. Fisk, N. S. Thomas, W. M. Leeds, R. L. Moffet, E. Kirk, W. 8." Stockwell. John O'Leary may be seen any pleasant evening on the lake, taking ■ a constitutional in his shell. John owns a double as well as a single, which be keeps in a boat house near bis residence. Sam O'Leary and Mr. Don nelly row in the double. R. Fischer and William Miller returned from Lindstrom Saturday morning with one of the largest strings of fish caught this sea son. They had sixty-nine bass, weighing all the way from one up to six pounds. Mrs. Sims, of Denver. Col., arrived Satur day for a summer's visit with her mother, Mrs. Walker, at Cottage Park.' W. Lemoss, of Kansas City, was also a guest at their cottage during the week. There will be a strawberry and ice cream festival for the benefit of the choir of St. Mary's Church by the Lake.on Monday even ing, in the grounds of the Park Place. dzsgßJE ' The steamer Manitoba has been overhauled and renovated and will be run this summer by J. D. Ramaley, with Al Burroughs as en gineer and Will Webber as pilot. Last Thursday 1. V. D. Heard and wife, Miss Nellie Kavanaugh, Mamie Heard and Katie Heard, of St. Paul, visited the lake and registered at Leip's. ' Miss Anderson, of Indianapolis, will assist Supt. J. E. Gilbert, of the International Sunday School institute, during the coming assembly. _ " : Messrs. Mains, Murphy, and several' others of the St. Paul base ball club, spent a day in the village this week, the guests of J. W. Miller. Monday evening, at Park Place, the ladles of St. Pary's church by the lake, will give a strawberry festival for the benefit ot the choir. /^HHMBHHH It is rumored that the Duluth road is to re duce its running time between St. Paul and White Bear ten minutes, to go into effect this week. ; Mrs. G. F. Queal, of Kansas City, who has been the guest of Mrs. Emily Huntington Miller at Mahtomedi, has returned to that city. ~____~"*""*""""""~f*~~~__9 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams, of Highwood, visited friends at the lake the first of the week, and registered at the Williams' house. f : George Meares. of New York City, is ex- pected at the lake Tuesday, when he will as sume his old position as clerk at Leip's. ' Will D. Wood and W. Ross Proctor, St. Paul, registered at the Williams Wednesday. County Superintendent Blake was in the FRANK W. PINSKA, .16 East Third Street, St. PauL Bargain Sale of MUSLIN IDEM" ! Bargains which all will acknowledge upon examination. "We carry the best line in the market, being made to our Special Order of best materials, and perfect-fitting. Gowns 45c, 50c, 65c, 75c, 85c, 95c and up, worth more money. / Drawers 20c, 25c, 35c, 4Cc,5Cc, 60c and up, worth more money. .^r Corset Covers 20c, 25c, 35c, 45c, 50c, 60c and up, worth more money. Skirts 40c, 5Cc. 60c. 75c, 90c and up, worth more money. Children's Drawers 15c, 18c, 20c, 25c and up; well made.. Ladies' Combination Suits, high, square and low neck. Full lines of Infants' Dresses, Skirts, etc. New Styles of Ladies' Dressing Sacques. CORSETS! WAISTS ! We have all the best makes, including the Celebrated P. D' Corset and Ferris "Waist. Summer Corsets irom 75c, $1.00, $1.25 up. The Perfect-Fitting P. D. Summer Corset very popular. A GREAT BARGAIN ! 100 doz. Ladies' Real Lisle Swiss-Ribbed Vests, 25c. 10 doz. Ladies' Pure Silk Swiss-Ribbed Vests, 55c. Ladies'. Children's and Gents' Silk, Lisle, Balbriggan and Gauze Underwear at Very Low Prices. SOLE AGENTS IN ST. PAUL FOR THE F. P. ROBINSON CO, you need TRY BUT i BLACK STOCKINGS op this celebrated hose fl £___ _ TO BE THOROUGHLY CONVINCED fl _=_■ . T0 BE THOROUGHLY CONVINCED \ _ ,«=?_ _§_$„ a THAT IT IS THE BEST STOCKING * sTn _____ o MADE FOR COLOR AND _ " DURABILITY. « ~^H__W^ _ ™8 Only Hose That lmpr0!eS by Washing. "clean fa st** From 25c a Pair up. "Clean fa st** From 25c a Pair up. ;"i NONE ARE GENUINE WITHOUT , THIS TRADE MARK ON EACH P All. Money Refunded if Not Satisfactory. '; Beautiful Shades of Green and Fancy-Colored Hosiery. !■• "Ladies' fancy and solid-colored Lisle Hose 35c and 50c. Gents' fancy and solid-colored Cotton and Lisle Hose 15c, 20c, 25c and up. .' ___SBSRS9 KID, SILK AND LISLE GLOVES. . 5 -Button Embroidered Kid Gloves 75c. .1 7-Hook Embroidered Kid Gloves $100. Pure Silk Mitts 20c. 35c, 50c and up. Pure Silk Gloves 35c, 40c. 50c and up. Pure Silk Gloves, double fingers, 65c, 75c and $100. LATEST STYLES OF PARASOLS AND UMBRELLAS ! Including the New and Popular Pompadour Parasols and ENGLISH WALKING STICK UMBRELLA. Best Assortment, Best Qualities and Lowest Prices. Children's Muslin Caps, all the , latest styles, prices from ■ 25c to $3.00. • ■ . : - -* ' Bargains in Flouncing, Embroideries. Ruchings, Ribbons, Handkerchiefs, Veilings, White Goods and linen Laces. village Friday. - He Is Just recovering from a shattered ankle, caused -by a kick from ; a horse. . Hezeklah Hall, the heaviest owner of Bald Eagle, White Bear Beach,- and Mahtomedi property, is at Mahtomedi for the season. :;^ ! Rev. J. C. Robinson, pastor of - the Presby terian church, attended the commencement exercises at Macalester college last week. ; ■': 7 Louis Henkel. George Spangenberg, John and Anna Poulon, of St. Paul, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Henkel over Sunday. • Thomas C. Fulton, who. with his family. has been visiting at Pittsburg, Pa., for a num ber of months, is very ill at that place. . . \ E. W. Roberts and Miss Helena Walthers, of Bald Eagle, were ' married at that place Monday by Judge Clark. ; . : A. E. Keisler and family, of St. Paul, moved into one of the Wampler cottages on Shady avenue yesterday. Dr. • Werrick and wife. St. Paul, were the guests of B. H. Evan and wife, of the Will iams' house, last week. • '77 Mr. and Mrs. William May and Sid King, of Stillwater, were guests at the home of James King this week. 488-B9H Chief M. J. Mackenhausen was in attend ance at the state firemen's convention at Alexandria last week. A. J. Wampler and his sisters will soon oc cupy the new cottage he has recently erected on his property here. L. A. Waschenberger, Kansas City, and A. R. Lancaster, of Topeka, registered at the Chateaugay Monaay. E. C. Hinebaiurh and wife, St Paul, will remain ' at the Leip hotel— they are now— July 4. The St. Paul & Duluth has ordered a num - ber of new coaches which it expects to have ready by July 4. The school at White Bear Beach, A. Jar dine, teacher, closed Thursday with a picnic at Matomedi. >'dM~H - Mrs. Sutton and daughter, of St. Paul, are occupying a part of the Hammer cottage on First street. T. L. Gordon and Rob L. Williams, of Sa vannah, Ga., are guests .of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Williams. James L. Gordon and Robert L. Williams. of Savannah, Ga., are at the Williams for the summer. v-SSSSafiji sg§ai§K2_"&gß"_M~9~gH William Patterson, clerk at the Williams house, arrived Wednesday from his home at Muucie, Ind. - The trains on the St Paul & Duluth began running over the trestle at Lake Phalen Sun day last. • The Palmer .ottage on Manitou island is to be occupied by J. B. Tarbox and family, of St. Paul. T. De Witt Talmage has been engaged to deliver a lecture at Mahtomedi, Saturday, July 27. A. C. Thompson and family, of St. Paul, are stopping at Dr. Pierces cottage on Clarke avenue. ~t.J£_UhU__ J. W. Miller, John Mackenhausen. Ed Goessoi and H. E. Gannan leave to-night for Duluth. - _W\*Wll&'t&VW^lt&lM E. H. Hubbard and family, of St. Paul, are in their cottage at Ramaley Park for the season. '■^m%**_**____9 F. W. Canning and family, of St. Paul, are at their cottage on the south shore for the season . P~"~"_-""""_""~""~-t"""_| Col. Newport and family, of St. Paul, are occupying the Drake cottage on Manitou island*. George Mears, clerk at the Leip, was ex pected to arrive from . New York last even ing. Engineer Ed Saulsbery Is taking a vacation and visiting relatives in Chicago aud vicinity. George Marve and family are agaiu domi ciled in their cottage on Birch Lake avenue. Miss Castle, of St. Paul, was entertained by Miss Wright at her Dellwood home Sunday. S. M. Cary and family arrived at their home on Manitou island yesterday from St. Paul. The Ramsey and Washington county com missioners were in the village on Monday. Col. F. R. Welz and family, of the Mer chants'. St. Paul, have engaged a cottage. Henry D. Lang has returned to the "My Partner" cottage after a week's absence. R. R. Woodhorst, New York City, is the latest season arrival at tke Chateaugay. Maj. M. Gleason, Cork, Ireland, was no ticed amongst Thursday's lake visitors. Mrs. Sutton and daughter are domiciled in tbe Hammer cottage, on First street. ■■_**_)_" Frank J. Whitelaw, Duluth, has engaged rooms at the Lakeside cottage. Nic Blakely spent Sunday with his brother in-law at the" latter's cottage. A new pavilion, 30x100 feet, is being erected at White Bear Beach. Mr. and Mrs. George Willoughby, St. Paul, are guests at the Lakeside. Maj. M. Gleason. of Cork, Ireland, was at the Chateaugay this week. D. C. Long and family, of St. Paul, arrived here Friday for the season. J. Towne, of Minneapolis, was a visitor at the lake during the week. PANHHEIMER m J . ■g^0gj^ji^' J^-.^^'-^-*qffB* % ______________ «aHH^ j- __________ PROS. GREAT __■_ SALE OF SILKS! SILKS! AT $1.00— BLACK FAILLE FRANC AiSE AT $1.25— ROYAL ARMURE BLACK SILKS. - AT 75c— BLACK SATIN AD AMES. AT BLACK SURAH SILKS. AT $1.25— DE SO IE BLACK SILKS. And at $1.25, 22-inch All-Silk Black Gros Grains, of soft finish ana rich luster. PLAIN INDIA SILKS, in solid colors, ah shades, at 60 c. REAL SHANGHAI PRINTED CHINA SILKS at62U2c. COLORED SURAH SILKS, for trimming and combination, all pure silk, late novelties, at $1.25; former price $1. 75. RICH PERSIAN BROCADE SILKS, for trim. ming or combinations, $1.75 per yard; actual value $2.50. remnantsTremnants. (CENTER AISLE.) _B3WB^_WW___-_MWWHPW>^^^MBP|-MWBff'<*tWMH»-WB^B^M f All odds and ends of Fancy Printed India Silks at 50 Cents To close. The lengths range from 2 1-2 to 10 yards. REMNANTS of FINE WOOL DRESS GOODS REMNANTS of FINE WOOL DRESS GOODS (west aisle), the season's accumulation of plain, checked, striped ana novelty fabrics, at half-price. Ladies' Ribbed Underwear. Ladies' Ribbed Underwear. On Monday we will offer the remainder of our stock of 500 dozen Ladies' Js& grfk, Ladies'. Impelled Imported French Frenc'1 Balbriggan HBH Balbriggan Balbriggan Bjifn Balbriggan Ribbed. Vests fBtiil V8Sts Ribbed Vests ffffi mii Ves,s JA __ __ ■ _§_ __£__$ ____! J. __ — *_ ■ 10 Pte __Ms_ 1Q Pto 18 MS 4Jfl|| 19 MS 19 US 19 ulS This garment cannot be purchased from I the manufacturers in lots of one thousand dozen at that price. In addition to the above we will offer our $1.50 SILK VESTS, which have always given ex- cellent satisfaction, in any shade or color, for 98& Our regular $2.50 SILK VESTS, quantity limited, will be sold at $1.75 during this week. MAGIC bTa_10SIERY. Will Not Crock fVfBLACKTTl RE6ISTERED K0^ RE8ISTERED \0^ This celebrated brand of FAST BLACK HOSIERY has no equal. We have them in heavy, medium, light and the thinner Summer • grades of Lisle and Sea Island Cotton, for La- dies, Gentlemen and Children. OUR FULL ASSORTMENT OF WASHING SUITS AND WRAPPERS Is now on sale in the Cloak ana Suit Department The SPECIAL SALE of PARASOLS and SILK UMBRELLAS will be continued this week. New attractions at $2.50 and $3.00. MAIL ORDERS Are promptly and carefully filled. Minnesota and Third Streets, ST. PAUL, MINN. ST. PAUL, MINN. 13 Will Not Fade.