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JEWELRY CO., Removed From 400 Nic ollet Avenue to Nicollet and Sixth St., MINNEAPOLIS, In the New Dayton Block, December n. Grand Array, Grand Display OF - Now is the time to select your DIAMOND <» lAMOND^ We have them set in Ear drops, Pendants, Brooches, Hair Ornaments, Sword Pins, Scarf Pins, Rings and Neck laces. Then we have a large selection of "Which we would like to show you. We can make you a low figure, quality considered. We have some beautiful settings for all precious stones. We are prepared to give you an unusual selection in Dresden Clocks and Chimes this year. Sterling Silver NOVELTIES. We have a seemingly unlim ited variety of goods in this line. Manicure Sets, Brush, Comb and Mirror Sets, perfect beauties, prices low. Satchel Markers, Smelling Bottles, Hair Ornaments, Per fumery Bottles, Berry Bowls, Oyster Forks, Salad Forks, Fish Forks, Ice Cream Sets, Butter Spreaders, Salad Sets, Cream and Sugar Sets, all in cases. QUADRUPLE PLATE SILVER In a beautiful variety of Tea, Ice, Chocolate and Water Sets; also Baking- Dishes, Bread Plates, Knives, Forks and ■Spoons. CANES AND UMBRELLAS! The latest in crooks and jliandles to both walking- sticks and umbrellas. ENGRAVING FREE Goods sent by mail or ex press. HARRY LEGG JEWELRY CO., ) Corner Sixth St. and Nicollet Ay. MINNEAPOLIS. , ST. PAUL SANCTUARIES. LECTURES ON THE HYMNS OF THE EARLY CHURCH. COMING ADVENT MISSION. Dr. S. G. Smith Speaks on "The New Fatalism"— Dr. Ingersoll Gives Another Talk to Young Women— Rev. Crothers Takes Robert Browning for His Sub ject. This afternoon at the 4 o'clock service at the Church of St. John the Evau gelist, the rector. Rev. Y. I. Morgan, will deliver the second sermon in the series of Advent lectures ou "The Hymns of the Early Church." "Mag nificat-the Hymn of the Blessed Yir ein Mary." The following musical pro gramme will be rendered: Proces sional, "Lo! He Comes." Norello; "Gloria Patri," Langdon ; "Magnificat," Field; "NuncDimittis,"Sineper; hymn; offertory, tenor solo from Sullivan's "Prodigal Sou," J. F. Merrill; proces sional, "Oh, Mother, Dear Jerusalem." At the afternoon service the seats are free, and a cordial welcome will be ex ended to all. The arrangements for holding the ten days' Advent Mission at St. Peter's (Episcopal) church, Dayton's bluff, Dec. 15, are now complete. A residence for the oiissioner has been secured near the church. The congregation are being thoroughly drilled iv the hymns and canticles, assisted by the vested choir. A printed list of hymns will be dis tributed at each service, ushers will be at the door to seat the congregation comfortably. In order to avoid any in terruption, those who intend to visit the church are requested to be promptly on time at the hour specified. It's very seldom such a strong combination of clergymen are to be heard at one time a=> will be the case at the opening of the mission. Friday next at 7:30 p. m. Among them are Bishop Gilbert, Arch deacon Webber, of the "mission, and the rector of the parish. Rev. Stuart B. I Purves. The services are so arranged as to give every one on the bluff the privilege aud opportunity of hearing so talented a preacher. The seats will be entirely free throughout the church during the mission. Services will con sist of daily euchanst. 9 a. ni.. 9:30 a. in. 4. 7:30 and S p. m., mission services with sermon. This is Archdeacon Webber's first appearance in St. Paul. It's to be hoped that the people on the bluff will give him a warm recep tion, so that he shall not de part from our beautiful city with wrong impressions. The archdeacon is a graduate of the Bostdn university and Cambridge Episcopal Theological college, ordained to the priesthood by the bishop of Tennessee in the Church of the Messiah, Boston. Three years ago he was elected archdeacon of Mil waukee diocese. Since then he has conducted twelve missions in that dio cese. During the last seven years he has conducted no less than seventy-one missions, visiting all the large states of tne Union. Ilis large and varied expe rience qualifies him for this special line of work. He stands foremost as a mis sioner and preacher in the Episcopal church today. His sermons are over flowing with heartfelt sympathy for fallen humanity; his delivery is forci ble, clear aud distinct, aud his prou un ciation perfect. Peopie's Church, Pleasant Aven tie— At 10:30 Dr. Smith will speak on "The New Fatalism." At Bp. m. the People's Church quartette will give a special song service, with an address by Dr. Smith. Sunday school at the close of morning service. Society of Christian Endeavor at 7p. in . All are invited. Plymouth Church, Corner of Summit Avenue and Wabasha Street— Rev. E. P. Ingersoll will preach in the morning at 10:30 a. m. as an exchange, and in the evening the pastor, Rev. A. 11. Heath, D. I)., will preach at 7:30 ou an in teresting subject. All strangers are cordially invited. Y. P. S. C. E. meet ing at 0:30 p. m. St. Peter's Church, Dayton's Bluff, Corner Fourth and Maple Streets -Seats free. Rev. Stuart B. Purves, rector. Divine service for "The Second Sunday in Advent." Morning, 7:30 and 11 a. nu; evening, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school, 3 p. m.; Mission Sunday School. 1104 East Seventh street, 3 p. m. Woodland Park Baptist Church. Cor ner Solby Avenue and Arundel Street- Preaching services, 10:30 a. in. and 7:30 p.m.; preaching by Rev. Charles R. Powers, of Bo3ton. Mass.; quartette choir; Sunday school at 12:15 o'clock, and young people's meeting at 0:30 p. m. Episcopal Church of the Messiah, Fuller and Kent Streets. Rev. C. Edgar Uaupt, Rector— Second Sunday in ad vent. Holy communion, 9:30 a. nu; morning prayer, 11 a.m. ; Sunday school, 3p. m. ; evening prayer, 7:30 p. m. All seats iree. Rev. Dr. Inzersoll, of Park church, Holly avenue and Mackubin street, gives ins seventh and last sermon in the course to young women. Service at 7:30. A welcome to strangers. Unity Church. Wabasha Street, Op posite Summit avenue — Services at 11 a. m. and Bp. in. Rev. S. M. Crothers will preacii. Morning subject: "The Relation of Science to Religiou; With Special Reference to the Services ofProf. Tyndail;" evening subject: "The Re ligiou of Robert Browning." This will be the iast sermon in the course on texts from the poets. CentraljPark Methodist Church— Rev. Frank Doran, pastor. 10:30 a.m., sermon; 7:30 p. m., sermon; subject: "The Two Koads." In the morning Glenn Gessler will sing "Shepherds of Israel;" and in the evening Misses Burnette and Tur-» ncr will render "In His Hands Are All the Corners of the Earth." First Presbyterian Church, Corner Lincoln Avenue and Grotto Street- Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., with sermons by Prof. James Wallace, dean of Macalester college. Y. P. C. E. meet at G:3O p. m. Atlantic Congreeational Church, Cor ner Bates Avenue and Conway Street Rev. S.W. Dickinson, pastor. Morning subject. "The Childlike Spirit;" even ing, "A Message to a City." Burr Street Baptist Church, Corner York and Burr, Rev. John W. Crooks, Pastor; George Batzoun, Superintend ent of Sunday School— Mornine service, 10:40; Sunday school, 12 o'clock; even ing service, 7:30; subject, "Saloonism and Municipal Morals." First Presbyterian Church, Corner Lincoln Avenue and Grotto Street- Services at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., with sermons by Rev J. H. Myers, of Ontario; Y. P. S. C. E. meet at C:3O p. m. First M. E. Church, West Third and Summit Avenue— Rev. C. B. Wilcox will preach at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject, "Profit in Christian Living;" evening theme, "My Life; What Shall I Make of It?" Sabbath school, 12 m.; Y. P. S. C. E., 6:30 p. ro. Seats free. New Jerusalem (or Swedenborgian) Church, Southeast Corner Virginia and Selby Avenues. Rev. Edward C. Mit TSSTaAiNT ~$AVb 35ATLT^G£OBE^tJNDAY^f75B^I'(!l 1 iiBOTWB^PRpi^iMJWiSTT 1 £A<§K9, Highest oi all in Leavening Power. — Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE chell, Pastor— Services at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 11:45 a. m. Subject of sermon: "Calling Evil Good, and Good Evil." Men generally regard their own judgment as infallible in moral and spiiitual questions. But, both physic ally and mentally, the accuracy of our view depends on the level of our stand point and the amount and quality of the light in which we see, and also on the condition of our eyes. Impaired sight or poor light may invert thought and put evil for good. At Ep worth M. E. Chuich the morn ing services will be conducted by the pastor, Rbv. Dr. J. C. Gullette. in the evening, at 7:30, Rev.Dr. Robert Forbes, of Duluth, will preach. All friends of Dr. Forbes are especially invited to at tend. People's Church, Hazel Park—Preach ing byj. M. Hanson: subject, "Trouble some Thoughts." Regular meeting Y. P. S. C. E. Tuesday evening. Church of Christ (Christian), Corner of Nelson and- Farrington Avenues. E. R. Edwards, Pastor— Preaching at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p.m. Morning subject. "And He Preached to Him Jesus." Evening subject: "A Just Estimate of Doubting Thomas." Endeavor society at G:3op. in. Suuday school at 9:30 a. m. Olivet Congregational Church. Mer riam Park, St. Services Sunday morning at 10:30, subject, "Keeping the Faith." Evening service at 7:30. Ser mon by Miss Maria E. Sandford, of the state university. Seats free. AH cor dially invited. C. J. Sage, pastor. Pacific Congregational Church— Ac- ' ker street near Mississippi. Edward A. Stenier, pastor. Morning services, 10:30. "Steadfastness." Evenine ser vices, 7:30. Sunday school concert. " There will be a special collection taken up at all the masses at the cathe drial today for the purpose of defraying the parish debt. This amounts to some thing like §2,000, and it is expected that tlia collection will reach that figure, as the congregation numbers about 5,000 members. Christian Science— Sevicss for Sun day, Dec.lo, at room 107,G!obe Building. Preaching at 10:30 a.m.; Biole class, 11:30: Nathan Johnson, speaker; sub ject: "Theology of Christian Science Moral Action," continued. Mrs. Mary C. Lyrnan lectures for the i St. Paul Spiritual ailiance at A. O. U. VV. hall, corner East Seventh and Mm- i nesota streets. Sunday at 3p. in. Sub ject, "Spiritualism a Scientific Relig ion." This lecture is to be supplemented with a developing and test seance, and in the evening at 7:30 will discourse upon subjeots given by the audience, followed by tests. STIIjLiWAXidK NEWS. Talk of an Insane Hospital at the Prison. - Warden Wolfer stated yesterday that there are two convicts in the prison who will be examined as to their sanity as soon as Judge Lehmicke, of the probate court, recovers from his illuess. The wardeii is in favor of having an insane hospital in connection with the prison, ana stated his views yesterday in recard ! to the matter to Secretary Hart, of "the ] board of correction and charities. An | insane hospital in connection with, the ! prison would unquestionably necessi tate the expenditure of considerable money, but he believes that the best interests of the state would be sub served by having a hospital here. Lieut. Conrc^d has been appointed chairmau of the committee to "arrange for the dance to be given at the armory by Company X on Jan. 5. The first party given by the company was well i attended, and proved an enjoyable af- | fair, and the company boys have every confidence in the success of the next one. Theodore Meyers and Paul Wier were arraigned in the police court yesterday, charged with creating a disturoauce ut the Grand opera house Friday evening. They were lined $15 and costs each, or twenty days in jail. Not having the i necessary wherewithal to pay their fines, they were compelled to go to jail. An oratorical contest was held in the auditorium of the High school Friday eveniug, and Annie McGarry, Gertrude McCallan, Alvin Staples and Uaskell j Davis were chosen to represent the Still water school in the district contest to be held in St. Paul Tuesday evening of next week. The Daughters of Rebecca gave a very pleasant dauciug party at Odd Fellows' hall on Tuesday evening, and , the party was so much of a success that they intend giving others during the winter. '-■.-' -j-l George Woodruff was received at the prison yesterday from Steams comity to | serve six months for grand larceny in the second degree.and Tuoinas Maroney ; was received trom Polk county to serve eight months for a similar offense. The Corse Payton Comedy company closed a suceessiul week's engagement at the Grand opera house^aud will play a return engagement here in June next. j .•secretary Hart, of the state board of corrections and charities, aud F. W. Temple, of the boaru of prison mau agur.s, were at the prison yesterday. Mrs. C. P. Kilgore has returned to her home at Hopkins, Minn., alter spending a few days witu iier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jenks. Miss Greenwald, of South Bend, Ind., who spent several mouths with Miss Alice .Nelson, has returned to her home. Mrs. Powell of Minneapolis returned home on Monday, after a pleasant visit, with Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Khode?. Mrs. Theresa Piper and son left Tuesday for California, where they will spend tue winter. Hon, Isaac Staples and daughter, Mrs. Swain, left the first of the week for Hot Springs, Ark. Nelson Marsh, who spent the sum mer in Texas and other Southern states, has returned home. W. E. Thome has returned from Del avan, Wis., and will spend the winter in Stillwater. Miss Uettie Proctor, of St. Paul, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Proctor Thursday. The lass club met Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berkley. Mr. and Mrs. Ed McFarlane have re turned from Grand Forks, N. D. F. H. Shedd left for La Crosse, Wis., early in the week. li. H. Giilen spent a part of the week in Dulutb. Henry lleisel spent the week in Pekin, Typewriters Cheap. The most pleasing and profitable Christmas present for the girl or uov for $3 and upwards. Slightly second-hand Hammonds, Halls, Crandalls, Fitches, Worlds, etc. etc.. at Wyckoff, Seamans & Benedict's' 94 East fourth street. An Ex-Minister Dead. WASHiNGTox.Dec. 9. -James A. Har vey, a well-known newspaper man, and for eight years United States minister to Portugal, died at his resideuce here today, aired seventy-air Jrears, ADDITIONAL SOCIAL NOTES PERSONAL MENTION. Del T. Sutton, secretary of the Min nesota Type foundry, returned from Michigan yesterday with his wife and child, aud is again domiciled at 825 Holly avenue. Mrs. Sutton has been absent for some months visiting at her old home. Mrs. Edward S. Charlwood aud son, Master Edward, of London. Eng.. are spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace, of St.Anthony avenue, parents of Mrs. Charlwood, They will return to Europe shortly. The many friends of Dr. Larpenteur will be pleased to hear he is recovering from an attack of pneumonia, which has confined him to the house for the past four weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Augustine Heard are spending a few days in the city. Mr. Heard is the father of ex-Chief Clerk A. A. Heard, of the Great Northern. Mrs. Edward S. Charlwood, of Lon don, Eng., gave a box party to a num ber of her friends at the Grand opera house last Wednesday evening. Mrs. John J. McGuire, of Fort street, entertainod a party of friends on Tues day evening in honor of her sister, Mrs. Charlwood. of London, Eng. Miss- Katherine Oilman, dauehter of Col. J. H. Gilman, is in St. Paul, the guest of Mrs. E. S. Chittenden, 95 Wil kin street. .Alfred McKenny, of the firm of John JUcLabe & Co., left for Europe today to be absent three months. Miss Florence Kerr, daughter of Judge Kerr, is home trom Smith college at Northampton, Mass. Miss Brackett, of Lansing, Mich., is the guest of Mr. aud Mrs. C. P. Brown, of Nelson avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Georee W. Sherwood and family will spend the winter iv California. Mr and Mrs. J. R. Storr and Miss Hazel Storr have returned from Osh kosh, Wis. Mrs. C. A. Severance, of Summit ave nue, is -at home" to her friends Mon days. Mr. and Mrs. William Ehrmanntraut are at home at 012 Marshall avenue. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Hunt, of Mansato, are spending a few days in the city. Miss Louise Reed is entertaining Miss Bodme, of New York. Miss Pearl Otis is visiting friends at Star Prairie, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Norton Myrlck have gone South. Mrs. Kelly, of Sherbourue, is at Man kato. Miss Mamie Castle has returned to the city. Finley J. Shepard is at the Albion. Jared How has gone East. DAYTON'S BLUFF. One of the social events of the season on the bluff was the wedding of Miss Alice May Hevener to Robert Herman Deebach at the home of the bridfe's ■ parents, 729 East Sixth street, last \\ ednesday afternoon. The ceremony took place at 4 o'clock, aud was per formed with the bride and groom stand ing under a large bali and horseshoe of roses. The house was made very at tractive by a plentiful decoration of flowers. The parlor was dressed in yellow, and the doors, arches and chandeliers were tastily hung with wreaths of smilax. Evening shades had not begun to fall when the bridal party entered the pretty white recep tion room. First came the brides maid, Miss Grace Bodle, and the maid of honor, Miss Olive Freeman, they carried bouquets of La France roses. The groomsman was Paul Mer rill. The bride entered ou the arm of her father; her gown was of white silk, en traine, with trimmings of muslin de swan. She wore a veil and carried a bunch of bridal roses. The bridegroom and the best man, Ed Strate, met the bridal party at the door, and the bride and groom crossed to the floral arch where Rev. T. McClary, of Minneapo lis, performed the marriage service. At 5 o'clock there was a reception and danciug, which lasted the rest ol the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Deebach left on the evening train for West Superior, and will be at home to their friends at 729 East Sixth street after Jan. 1, 1894. The Dayton's Bluff Social club ten dered a surprise party to Miss Minnie Blase at her home, 406 Bates avenue, Monday evening. The evening was spent in dancing and playing cards. The music was furnished by Prof. John Flaherty, the band consisting of six pieces, after which refreshments were served. Those prese nt were the Misses Nellie Davis, Jones, Reder, Basil Har rington, Alice Cox; Messrs. Frank Croniu, \Joseph Clinton. Lou Haller Simpson, Carey and W. Gaal. Mrs. J. C. McCall. of Hudson avenue, entertained a company of friends at cards last Monday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Le May, Mr. and Mrs. Stowell, Mr. and Mrs. Heaton, Mr. and Mrs. Morrill, Mr. and Mrs. John son, Mr. and Mrs. Boyson aud Mr. Langrail. Master Willie McElhinney was sur prised Thursday evening at his home, corner of East Third and Mendota streets, by the gathering of his friends. Games and dancing comprised the amusements of the evening, after which refreshments were served. Mrs. Johnson, of Col lins street, enter tained the ladies' Two-to-Five Euchre club Tuesday afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs. McKasty, Mrs. N. Bouse, Mrs. Waruer and Mrs. D. R. Hevener. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weinhagen, of Bates avenue, entertained a number of iriends Tuesday evening in honor of tbe birthday of Mr. Hartman. Dancing was the main feature or tne evening. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Atlaa tic Congregational Church gave a most successful chicken-pie social in the church parlors last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Nice and Miss Book, who have been the gueets of Mr. aiid Mrs. Kearney, of En*: Fourth street left Tuesday for California. Mrs. J. McHugh. of Conway street is entertaining as her guests Miss Mary McHugh, of Duluth, and James Mc- Hugh, of Watertown. Mrs. Bolton, of Ravine street, pleas antly entertained the Missionary Society of the Atlantic Congregational Church Friday afternoon. The Dayton's Bluff Reading circle will hold its next regular meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith, of Last Fourth street. Tne Utopian Cinch club wiil hold its next regular meeting Wednesday at the home of Miss Minnie Wetmore" of the Marlowe. Mr. and Mrs. Amoss Hevener of Milbank, £>. D.. are tne guests of 'Mr and Mrs. D. R. Hevener, of East Sixtli street. M"rs. Frank Davis, of East Third street, plecsautly eiut'rtaiued a parly of mei)ds at tea on Monday evening last. Miss Rose Murphy, ; or East Fourth street entertained the: Young Ladies' H. O. P. club Friday afternoon.:- Mrs. J. C. McCall, of Hudson avenne will entertain the Iron Hall meeting at aer nome next Monday evening. T £ e h? e f Aid Soclet 3' of the Asburv M. E. Church gave a very successful piusical aod literary entertainment last Thursday eteuing iii the church. Amos*. i/ OPh (one-third off 1 1/ nee / d ' ' I s ON ALL ROCKERS I/3w ~ ~ S "™^"" M ""™ l ™™«J "." . FROM 2<TO"W TTNTIILi CHRISTMAS. :~ 1,.-, ■.«.-„,„,„ J >,. M .^ LMI , L '. MIMCT _ As usual, The Palace has grasped Time by the forelock. The manufacturers unloaded at our doors a stock of Rockers a sacrifice, ; and we : are thus in position to give our patrons the : benefit. Here are a few- Sample Prices : if **t^SSJ^B3BB^^^^B^3BPbP f H I i ■ ii y H vS^cl *■* i^ ;fc* 'J|*ffi *■' ■ P^r\ l\ 11 wl ml m I^s m< lit til Mm - I^SSS^6B p Ssfllil^'^i:^ 1^"-^ ISS^^'II.SI-- Same chair with large arms, $4.00. Same chair with large arms, 84.75. J>^ 2 Same chair with"lar"ge"arms; 54.83.' Same chair without rocker, 84.35. Baby LOU n = Sa^ ntaClausleft5 of these little beauUes, ______ Rabv Cheval Di*f*<;<*Pl*«=- Santa Claus also left 2Goof yTyZr * c; f a few- samples of which are on <DQ \ X " yauy WilCVdl _/rCJ>SerS=- those ] ittle chev D r e S . er Y exhibition ia our show windows. Sauta Clause Price (each)... lO ■ just what our baby girl will be sure to ask for Santa Ciaas <BO no ' - ' " ] ■ ■_ Price (each) _7 _ «p25.170 '£ a jj jj * 2 • # upon the minds of B f Remember, you can ' * — w-™- ' % 'bi t a & '" ' \ they can rall at '^ lle 1Pal " 11 I Onr Imi>roved I x I ' gj I a ' . deliver ttiem at any time dcs- Rtt Sj ■'■ . [' b T ib ■ leuated. We would also urge " h|^*^Q A little money down " 5 Sag' i -^z£? : \ B B R 'S that you call early, before in ;j |M « and the balauce to suit % | | ; 6_^~_^^^ 6 *T^ ll f L stock •is broken;" as tirst g? X .. ,JnL. v .M you— by the month or CS__-35-r_fc^ 1 " - rapWiSiSß&= m^^^j^^^QT^^^^Tßl in red OoC iSB^BpTW ■ h^^yjl^ Up . lbo!^'°a m e a prices"^" have Fur Rugs-Smyrna keeps a LjH==^ ' 1 WW )M W& Up^ lho Y e Eame prices »>at have , TnE PALACE always keeps a: \ rßF&mKa^Sßßsssr-'Q 'M S 1 J y^r la V'M made other dealers shiver and won- large assortment of both irf all H^^^ fil ■"■"■ ill** "iJ^H L-*^^^^ I I J?3r ■ A2-piece Antique For example- Th most faslidious lowest, always. g ■ ™ f»^ H M^<*gg2^&r ws j&Jg A |-Piece Antique Finish tp/.OU The most fastidious taste can here | *™ c 9 *>! C^ d M S o?a°irfeL n ea S sro^ &M — $13.75 ' |Ru°|s, C Kow^ h p a rTc ce ce h d iSher - prlCed j ld '« <"»-' "hit. ar^l glPuphol banta Cldus Price *P1»1U "—«—=-=——— «— =— »— -■« M . 1 y ' stered lti Mohair Crushed FlUßhq* 4 Hrt " . " -- ■ -■ -. : _ . .'.-: -;'s . ■""■"™^— >— — ad or Damask. Santa ClaUßPrioe.Vl«vJU : H_?- PALACE FURNTTfTPT? & HSi \^^t \^^^.^^^l b^ a Xs l3 xn^ i"^c\ === * , CARPET CO., 419 and 421 Jackson Street, Near Se™n+K On, Store AVill Be Open Ever,, _venl ns From Now Until Cnrlstma/ O©Veiltn.--. the performers were Miss Burnett, vo calist.and Miss Floy Bruudage.whistling soloist. Miss Winona Mues, of Winona, left for her home Thursday, sfter a short visit with bluff friends. James Montgomery, of Elba, Minn., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Stowell, of Couway street. Miss Edith Bromley, of Stillwater, spent part of the past week with friends on the bluff. Mrs. Fasalt, of St. Cloud, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Boyson, of Hud son aveuue. Mrs. Griffeth and dauehter May, of Como, visited on the bluff the past week. Mrs. Cameron, of St Anthony Park, visited bluff friends the past week. Miss May Morris, of St. Cloud, is vis iting St. Paul friends. HAM LINE. Mrs. Reed entertained the Ladles' So ciety of the Knox Presbyterian Church Thursday afternoon. It was the occa sion of the annual election of officers, which resulted as follows: President. Mrs. Craighead ; vice president, Mrs. E. W. Kaley; secretary. Miss Georgia Congdon: treasurer, Mrs. Campbell. The monthly meeting of the W. C. T. U. will be next Thursday afternoon at the Home of Mrs. A. A. Clark, ou Wes ley avenue. A sociable will be given Friday evening for the purpose of or ganizing a young woman's union. The district president. Mrs. Irvine, will be present and organize. Mrs. Fred E. Peabody, of Evanston, 111., has been visiting her sisters. Misses Tempe and Wanda Griffith, of Hewitt avenue. She left Thursday for a visit in St. Peter. George Buck was given a party Satur day evening at the home of his mother, Mrs. George W. Buck, on Minnehaha avenue, on the occasion of his sixteenth birthday. Mrs. W. H. Carothers, of Hewitt ave nue, entertained Wednesday afternoon the Fortnightly club, an organization o€ ladies for the study of the French revo lution. The engagement of Miss Georgia Congdori and O. M. Parks was an nounced this week. The wedding will take place during the holidays. Miss Siella Schofield, '94, returned the first of the week from Newport, where she has^een visiting with her aunt dur ing the holidays. A benefit concert will be given in the chapel next Thursday evening by the Midway Relief Association of the Ma sonic Lodge. Miss Grace Silvernail, of Hudson, Wis., returned home Monday, having spent Thanksgiving week with her parents. J Mrs. E. A. Warner, of Simpson ave nue, was called to Faribault this week by the illness of her niece, Mrs. Clara Ellis. Miss Lena W. Putnam. '91, of Anoka, visited Mrs. F. F. Liudsay, '9L, of Cap itol avenue the middle of the weok. Miss Louise Webber, of Minnehaha avenue, gave a party Thursday eveninc ! to a large number of guests. Ray Stone, of Carieton college, called on Miss Rebecca Colger, '97, Saturday on his way home to Morris. Mrs. V. E. Brown entertained the Chautauqua circle Monday evening at her home on Capitol avenue. Mrs. Wliitlamore. of Clear Water, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. D. I Bicomfiekl. on Taylor avenue. B. Wade Hortou. of Northern Illinois, ' a;.ii \\ . G. Born, of St. Paul, registered j as students this week. The C. L. S. C. will meet Monday ! evening witli Mrs. George H. Hazzard, oi t>4 Simpson avenue. Miss Bertha Bell, '94. and Ernest Bell returned yesterday from their home in New Richmond, Wis. Mrs. J. H. McNamara, of Van Buren street, entertained the Saturday Night club last evening. Mr*. & D. Bloomfield, of Taylor are- Jane, will entertain the K. K. club next luesday evening. H. Obenhance, of the University of Wisconsin, visited R. B. McLean, '96, this week. Mrs. Perry, of Fairmont, visited Mrs. thTw '° f Woodlawu Park » during H Wheeler, of Duluth. visited his brother, B. N. Wheeler, '94, the first of the week. Miss Jennie Graham visited Miss Lottie Clifton, '97, the first of the week. Miss Eleanor Dill, '90, is visiting for a lew days at her home in Prescott, Wis. Ben Kemerer, of Hector, visited his brother, Sam Kemerer, '95. this week. Miss Gertrude McKaig entertained friends Thursday evening. O. C. Wright, of Brainerd, is visiting fneuds over Sunday. Mrs. E. W. Kaley is visiting in Brain erd. J. P. Davis has gone to Tracy. MEBRIAM PARK. The next meeting of the Social Sci ence club will be held Jan. 15 at the home of Dr. and Mrs. S. G. Cobb on Marshall aveuue. The papers will be on "Theosophy," by Mrs. M. S. Lash ner, and "Some Social Features of In sanity," by Dr. W. B. Lintou. The Epvvorth League of Trinity M. E. Church elected officers Tuesday even ing. President, William O. Hillman; vice president, Miss Inez Jacobson; secretary, Charles Blomquist; treasurer, Arthur Jacobson. James T. Leonard, of the Merriam Park Dry Goods Store, has returned fron New York, where he was called by the death of his mother. A concert will be given by Paul Gar vin, a five-year-old elocutionist, in Col umbia hall, Dec. 10, under the auspices of Trinity church. The Trinity M. E. church has appoint ed the following Christmas committee: Mrs. J . D. Engle, Miss Lydia Rockwell, G. A. Chaff ee. Mrs. W. S. Hunkins and daughter, Miss Ethelyn, accompanied by Miss lenne Williams, will spend the winter in California. r-_- Mrs. Charles W. Ferris, of Beacon avenue, is in Washington, where she wili spend the winter with hsr sister. Mrs. R. A. Overpeck, of lgiehart street, entertained the Ladies' Guild of St. Mary's Church Friday afternoon. Mrs. John M. McNaughtou, of Sta ples, has been the guest during the week of Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Sarge. Miss Maria Sandford, of the state uni versity, will preach this evening at the Olivet Congregational church. An electricity social will be given in the parlors of the Presbyterian church next Friday evening. Mrs. H. W. Drake and Miss Ora Drake returned Tuesday from a visit with friends in Still waier. The ladies of Olivet church will give a New England supper in their chapel Inursday evening. The Social Dancing club gave another function in Crosby hall Friday evening. The Kootenai dance will be held at Woodruff hall next Friday evening. The Z. R. T. F. gave a dance at Co lumbia hall last Friday evening. ST. ANTHONY PARK. A missionary tea will be given at the home of Mrs. John Stone, of Langford Park place.Thursday afternoon. The ladies of the Congregational church gave a successful fair Friday afternoon in the church parlors. The y. p. s. c. E. is preparing for a a entertainment to be given some time in the near future. A delightful concert was elven by the Epworth Cadets iv Raymond hall Tues day evening. i £? rF ; A> M- Wood ward entertained the ladies' reading circle Friday afternoon. Mrs. C. H. Cannon is spending a few weeks at Cedar Rapids. A. L. Morey ii soriously ili with la grippe, "%^^^|q FOR CHRISTMAS^ Bui GLOVES I THE LOUVRE GLOVE cdl $148 and $1.00. I tion EV SSi fitted> .Mail orders will receive careful atten- Any r hese Gloves will make acceptable Christmas presents. a\e 7 not corr P p^ ChaSe X °* U l fi)r the holida^ S ' if size ™* 3K are not correct, can be exchanged at any time. lOUVBE GLOVE CO., 361 Wabasha St.. Cor. Fifth, ', Great Reduction Sale o $250 Pianos for • ...;.... *t Qn §300 for ......... .'.... •....-•- "^!^/i 350 Pianos for v ' "' '$fl% $375 Pianos for .^ .." ' ' ' " ' f|£? $425 Pianosfor. ■-.. 1??2 $450 Pianos for ......";"'" l?i? $475 Pfarios for ■'""I«c $500 Pianos f0r......... '.'"'.'.'..'.'.".'.'.'.■.■.5375 Every Piano m arked in plain figures. All first-c'ass. Two makes we handle took "highest awards" at World's Fair Also JcnnH hn% Pianos as follows: so secon <l- hand I Steinway only . anoc I Knabe ...................;............ * """SifX I Gabler .V. "V.V.V.V |*K> tionZ™U. payments of $10 per -month, or a further tedue t/on for cash. Come and see us. • v iunnsr reauc- S. W. RMIDEMDIISH A CO. r No. 380 Wabasha Street. fIIBJUD TIHSE GILIOIBID! GLOBE. Pec. 10.