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DANGER OF GENERAL WAR.
THE blow-vp is "apt to set
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THE AVHOI.E CONTINENT
UESH MAJESTE OFFENDOUS.
Extreme Measures of Punishment
for Tliono AY Ito Attack Eiu-
for Those AA'h'o 'Attack Em-
BERLIN, Nov. 16.— The crisis in
BERLIN, Nov. 16.— The crisis in
Turkey is watched here with close at
tention, and a remark uttered by
Prince Bismarck last week, in con
versation with Count Yon Kardoff,
the German silver ' champion, at
Friedrichsruhe, to the effect that
Turkey is like a powder magazine,
whose explosion would set all Europe
ablaze, is much commented upon.
During a brief interview on Thurs
day the diplomatic representative at
Berlin of one of the great powers
said ,it was not likely that a war
»r a revolution in Turkey would take
place before next spring. That much,
he added, is taken for granted by the
powers. But it is probable that events
tvill become more critical in Turkey.
cent developments have shown
the sultan to be capable of almost
any coup d'etat, and something un
expected and unforeseen may occur
at any time. Continuing, the diplo
mat said: "Just now it looks as if
Russia, when the crash comes, will
be the best prepared for the emer
gency, and will be the winner in the
The proscutions for lese majeste,
which are becoming of almost daily
occurrence, and which are based in
some cases upon frivolous grounds,
are causing grave dissatisfaction
among even the Conservative classes,
while they are denounced by many
men recognized as broad Liberals,
as not only encroaching upon liberty
of speech and the press, but as tend
ing to serve rather than to combat
Socialist agitation. The complaint
among the ultra Conservatives is
that petty prosecutions only drag
the imperial dignity down into the
mire, and that the proper course
would be to treat the attacks with
the scorn they deserve.
The strong Conservative Post and
the Cologne Gazette, both staunch
upholders of the state, express aston
ishment at the proposed prosecution
of Prof. Delbruck for his recent re
marks in the Preussische Jahrbucher
regretting the extreme zeal of the po
lice in "plunging into a pettifogging
campaign" against the Socialists.
The utterances are so innocent of any
Intent to insult the authorities, and
are so clearly written in the interests
of the state, that if the judges uphold
the police contention, "liberty of the
press" will be mere farcical expres
sion. The extraordinary considera
tions, too, which led the judge to sen
tence Herr Liebknecht, at Breslau,
to four months' imprisonment for
his recent speech at the opening of
the Socialistic congress there, have
simply dumbfounded the Liberals
here. He said that Liebknecht had
evidently tried to frame his remarks
so as not to involve the crime of
lese majeste, and he admitted that
Liebknecht had not intended to com
mit the offense. Yet, as there might
have been many persons among the
audience who would have found In
the words an allusion to the em
peror, he sentenced him to four
The "festival." which will be given in
Columbian hall during next week
promises to be a great success. A
great many season tickets have al
ready been sold, and a large crowd
is expected from both cities. A good
programme has been arranged for each
evening, consisting of a lecture and
varied musical selections. Hon. Chris
-Gallagher, of Minneapolis, will speak
on Monday evening. On Tuesday-even
ing Judge J. W. Willis will speak. On
Wednesday F. L. McGhe?, the eloquent
colored lawyer of St Paul will lecture.
On Thursday Rev. J. W. Cleary will
give an address. Two very Interesting
voting contests have been announced,
the first for a diamond ring to be given
to the most popular young lady. The
contestants are Miss Helena Hughes
and Miss Mamie Towey. The second, a
gold watch, for the most popular young
man,, to be contested by B. E. Graves,
general foreman of the Minnesota
Transfer: John Reardon, foreman of
the Midway station of the street rail
way company, and Sergeant William
Klein, of the Pryor avenue station.
The festival is given by the ladles of
St Mark's parish.
On last Monday evening a large num
ber of friends from the park and St.
Paul surprised Miss Hattie Bishop
During the evening she was presented
with a royal vase, filled with
yellow chrysanthemums. Among those
present were Misses Hancock, Dun
ning, Theodore Dunning, Williamson,
Ward. Hastell, Oakes, Bishop and
Messrs. Henke, Burnham. of St Paul;
Boyer Brooks, Sheldon, Brooks, Ben
ham and Covert.
The Needlework guild held Its annual
meeting in St. Paul this week. The
Merriam Park Section No. 24 contrib
uted 121 garments. Mrs. Norval March
and is president.
The Ladies of Olivet Congregational
church will give a New England sup
per In th? church next Tuesday from
5 o'clock to 8 o'clock. Every one cor
This afternoon at 3 o'clock Rev. C. T.
Nelson will preach in the Swedish lan
guage at the Trinity M. E. church.
All Scandinavians of the park are in
vited. .* >•: '- ._ ,
Mrs. W. E. Edwards, of Summit ave
nue, is entertaining her mother and
sister, Mrs. E.. F. Wooster and Miss
Kilbourne, of New Haven, Conn.
Mrs. J. M. ' Stroughton,-*" of East
Twelfth street, entertained the Ladies'
Guild of St. Mary's Church on Friday
The ladles of the Olivet Presbyterian
church are preparing an 'elaborate fair
to be given the first week of Decem
Miss Farrington and Miss Marie
God ley, are taking a short vacation
with friends at Spring Valley.
J. G. Hinkerhas*left Union Park, and
will be engaged' In-' the; brewing busi
ness in San Diego, Cal.
Miss Jessie Hostetter very pleas
antly entcrttained the Ducas society
on Thursday night.
Mrs. E. W. Clark, who has been vis
iting- Mrs. E. J. Whittlesey, returned
to Tower City._ r *
Mr. and Mrs. Peterson are entertain
ing their, son from Madison.
Mrs. A. S. Port, of St Paul, is the
guest of Mrs. W. B. Fuller.
W. P. Curtis is spending a* few weeks
ln New York. . _. .--/j ,--:.
D. L. Danforth has returned from
Duluth. '"," yV.
Mrs. Kastom is visiting In Duluth.
E. B. Frye is in Newton.
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Jeweler Emll Geist's Holiday Stock. CC
Jeweler Emil Geist's Holiday Stock. CC
• East Seventh street."
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GtOBE: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1895.— TWENTY-FOUR PAGES.
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The Beneficial and Soclar"CJut)?bf St.
The Beneficial and Social CJiib of Sf.
Peter's Church gave a very elaborate
social in the guild rooms last Monday
evening. Rev. Mr. NUkensen, of Mm
neapolis, "spoke for the society. j
The many friends of Miss-May Shin
ner are very sorry, to hear of her sud
den illness, and hope she will have a
speedy recovery. \ >"."?; •*
The young men of the. Capital City
Cycle Club will give a banquet the 27th
of November in their club rooms on
Seventh street. ~ 4V- U'
The old-fashion sociable-given by the
ladies of the Bates Avenue church* last
Thursday evening was a decided "suc
cess. ':/'.; .•■"; • ■ $
The Indies' Aid Society of thcßatei:
Avenue Church met Wednesday with
Airs. Jameson, on Ravine street.
Miss Abbie Tracy, of Third street, en
tertained the Entre Nous club Friday
evening at cards and dancing.
St. Agnes Guild of St. Peter's Church"'
met with Mrs. Eddy, on North street,"*
last Wednesday afternoon." - y*:y jT
Mrs. J. M. Clark, of North street, la"
on her way to California, where she,;
will spend the winter. • ••;-• £-)"■*.> ,*.' f fe
Harry Stenerson, of Menominee,
Wis., visited Mr. and Mrs. N,,F. Filield
Sunday. " *.
Willie Doughter, of Missouri, was the
guest of Mr. Stunner last week. •«
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Stien -have re
turned from Elmore, Minn. .
M. J. Gaffney, of Duluth,- visited on
the bluff the past week. . .. . ... ...... <>.
Mrs. Agden and Mrs. Elliot,' of Min
neapolis, were the guests of Mrs. ,R.
McCleary last week. '• • * - - ' **- •
A bazar for the benefit of the Ger
man People's church will :. begin
Wednesday evening in Liedertafel hall.
The Ladies' Aid society will have
charge, and • are making grand and
elaborate preparations. ;;*;■
The social given at the residence of .
Hartland C. Johnson in aid of the"
Ascension church, on Thursday even
ing, was a very happy success. • '.;..-. .■",'*:'
Mrs. R. L. Newton and Miss Don en
tertained the ladies of the Bethany
Congregational church at a coffee so
cial at the home of the former Thurs
A most delightful surprise party in
which about forty pupils of, the Hum
bolt high school participated was given
to Eddie and Eldridge Staples on Fri
Friday evening the debating society
of the Humboldt high school will hold
a debate, followed by a musical in the
assembly hall. A cordial invitation
is extended to all their frienda
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Reynolds gave an
enjoyable children's party on, Monday
from 2 to 6. The affair was in honor
of their son Earl's seventh birthday. .
Wednesday afternoon' a mothers'
meeting, followed by a musical pro
gramme, will be held at the home of
Mrs. Robert Hare, of the Clinton.
Thursday afternon Mrs. Ordenian, of
St. Pierre terrace, delightfully enter
tained the Ladies' Aid Society of the
Clinton Avenue M. E. Church. '
Mrs. D. A. Cook gave a luncheon
Wednesday afternoon for her niece,
Miss Ada Cook, of New' York city.
The C. B. K. and Thursday Night
clubs were entertained by Miss Wood
bury, of the Clinton, last week.
The Tip-Top Duplicate Whist club
was entertained by Miss Katherine
Tierney on Tuesday evening.
Rev. Father Daneby will preach at
high mass today in * St Michael's
church, on Colorado street*..
The Social circle will give its second
dancing party of the season at Lieder^
taf el hall tomorrow evening. * •• " .
The study class held a large meeting'
at the residence of Mrs. H. G. Dam
pier Friday afternoon.
Mrs. J. V. Dodd entertained the
Eradelphia Book club at her residence
• Mrs. W. A. Tomlinson, of Le
Sueur, is visiting Mrs. Schriber, of
Delos street. ■■_--.-.•
Charles Bryant has gone to Red
lands, Cal., where he will spend- the ■
winter. ' •-.:
Last evening Mrs. E. E. McDonald
entertained the Prospect Terrace Cinch
Mrs. F. B. Doran gave a dinner of
twelve covers Wednesday evening. .
Mrs. John Fisher- will entertain the
Thursday Night club next week.
E. M. Reardon, of Little Falls, spent
Thursday here. ..--'..;
A. Craft has returned home from
Miss Lilah McGuire is convalescing/
J. C. Lieber is back from Chicago.
EAST ST. TAUIi.
The members of St. James' - parish
gave a reception Tuesday evening from
9:30 to 11 o'clock to Archdeacon -Web
ber at the home of Rev. and Mrs. R.
H. Cotton at Lookout place. Those re
ceiving were Messrs. Eggleton,-Barr,
Bryan, Bryant and the -Mesdames
Hicks, Barr, King, White, and the
Misses Cotton) Goulding and White. ,
The No Name Cinch club were pleas
antly entertained by Mrs. T. Garragh
ty at her home on Burr street Tuesday
afternoon. Mrs. D. McCauley won
first prize, Mrs. Robert Lbux carried
away the second, while Mrs. Thomas
White secured foot prize. Refresh
ments were served at 5 o'clock. Mrs.
M. J. Sullivan will' next entertain the
club. _ .
Mrs. W. W. Benjaman, of Magnolia
street, entertained the Ladies' Aid of
the Arlington Hills Presbyterian
Church Friday. The ladies will give
an old-time New England supper Tues
day evening, Nov. 23. The committee
are Mesdames Knapp, Benjaman and
Mrs. J. A. Morton, of Case street, en
tertained a number of lady friends at
an afternoon, luncheon Wednesday at
1 p. m. Those there were Mesdames
C. H. Culver, L. Otis, F. Curtiss, F
Farrell, W. Lewis, J. C»ider, W. Terry
and H. Hamilton.
The U. T. D. Pleasure club have re
organized for the winter and will open
a series of entertainments of the sea
son by a hop at Odd Fellows' hall, cor
ner Reaney and East Seventh street'
Friday evening, Nov. 22.
The drama "Miriam's Crime", will be
given Thursday and Friday evenings
Nov. 21 and 22, by the young people of
St. James' Episcopal church In the
guild hall, corner De Soto and Dawson
A coffee social was given by the
ladies of Hope chapel Thursday even
ing. A good programme was enjoyed
by all present. Those in charge were
Mesdames Duncan, Haller and Menz.
Mr. and Mrs. William Fletcher, of
Hopkins street, have returned from
Northfield, their former home, where'
they took the remains of their ; little
daughter Florence .for burial. "•' -"'
The Silver Spoon Cinch club' will
meet Thursday evening, Nov.- 21 at
the home of Mr. and Mrs-. C. R. Mare
iius on Decatur street for reorganiza
tion. ...-..■ -° ;..:■ ..
The young ladies of the junior class
of the Cleveland high school wilt give
a "spread" for the young gentlemen of .
the class Wednesday evening, Nov. '20.
Mrs. J. W. Elwcod, who has -been
spending a few weeks with her son,
J. H. Cornish, left . for her- home in
Waterloo, 10., Tuesday evening.-
The Misses Ethel and Mable Daw
ley, of Ada, Minn., the recent guests
of Mrs. S. A. Farnsworth, of Case
street, have returned home. ~ y .y- • .
A special meeting of the Daughters
of the King was. held Saturday' Afte
rnoon at the home of Miss Amy Cot
ton on. Westminster street'..'.':;':',*',l*.. : J
St. Luke's Aid.Society of St. Paul's
Church met .Friday afternoon ..with
Mrs. O. Gersting, of Collins . street.
Lunch was served at 4:30. .-.-,,.',.,,.» ■„..
Rev. R. H. Cotton left Wednesday
evening for a trip South. He will spend
a few days as the guest of Bishop Gar
rett, of Northern Texas. .-. --..-,•> -,».-■ x
. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barr gave a din
ner in honor of Archdeacon Webber at
6 o'clock Tuesday evening ; ''at,': their
home on Case street. . . .' -:.■"••'' *
The Junior Society, of Christian En
deavor of the Burr Street.: Baptist
Church have elected Miss Eugenia
Longfield president. '. **? - ,"* '.' 'yy.. „ .* '
Prof. A. J. Smith, of the St. . Paul
high school, addressed the J. E. L. M.
Society of the John Ericsson School
Friday evening. - ,;. « ,7,. -,:. ....._:
. A concert was given Friday/ evening ;
by the children's choir of Grace M. E.
church, under the leadership :of Miss
Mary Dallas. •.-.■._-•. .-.M.
Mrs. Charles J. Lange entertained
the ladles of the Burr Street Baptist
church at a special meeting Friday af
ternoon.". ■ s .y.,. . ■ j.l •. . , .-,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Kenneth, of Eiati
Claire, Wis., spent a part of the week
with Mr. and Mrs. H..Hely, of Burr
street. . y- yy. . y " . _;*."•. y;
O. F. Church, of Duluth., and Mr.
and Mrs.- Elmer Pike, of Minneapolis,
■spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Mrs. G. R. Sbiels, 875 Bun- street,
will entertain the Ladles' Afternoon
Euchre club Thursday, Nov. 21, 3 to 5
The Rifle club gave a dancing party
at Odd Fellows' hall, corner Reaney
and Seventh streets* Wednesday even-
Mrs. T. Casey entertained a number
of little people Monday afternoon In
honor of her little daughter's birthday.
J. J. Dowd, of New Richmond, Wis.,
spent part of the week with Mr. and
Mrs. T. A'ergosen, of Bedford street.
Miss Alberta Dalmond, of COO Fau-
quier street, will entertain the. East
Side Social club Tuesday evening.
Mrs. W. E. Field, formerly Mies
Clara Cotton, is visiting at the home
of her parents at Lookout place.
The Ladies' Aid of Grace M. E.
Church met Thursday " evening with
Mrs. F. L. Korth, of Burr street.
Miss Clara Irmscher, of Olive street,
Is the guest of Mrs. H. D. Brown, of
Minneapolis, for a. few days-
■ The Misses Gadbois, of Lafond street,
entertained the Chrysanthemum Cinch
club Thursday evening.
Mrs. Flannlgan and children have re
turned from a six weeks' visit with
friends in Dubuque, 10.
The Choral Club of St. James' Epis
copal Church will meet In the guild
hall Monday evening. -' y
The Junior club met with the Messrs.
Albert and Abe Arrivee on Clark street
Charles Culver, of Case street, en
tertained over Sunday Charles Lelglar,
of Mendon, Mich.
J. J. Roers, of Walla Walla, Wash.,
•'ls visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. G: Boers.
Mrs. H. A. Fearce, of Cook street, is
visiting her son, E. C. Pearce, of Min
';' Mrs. George Elmer and daughter
Mabel have returned from Coon Creek,
Mrs. J. Nordin and children, of Burr
""street;- have returned from Carleton,
Wis. ' -
Mrs. H. Stocking, of Burr street, is
entertaining friends from Wisconsin.
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" The Fortnightly club will meet
The Fortnightly club will meet
Tuesday with .Mrs. H. M. Flint, on
; Hewitt avenue. Mrs. Prof. Griffin will
speak on "Shuiler and Lessing," and
Mrs. Akers will give a talk on "her
Impression of the Metropolitan Art
museum, of New York city."
> The Hamiine W. C. T. U entertained
"The Stillwater Union" Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. Mag-raw, on Snell
ing avenue. An interesting meeting
and large attendance realized.
Rev. Mr. Cowgill lectured to- a joint
meeting of the Athenaean and Amphic-
tyon societies last night in the society
rooms. Mr. Cowgill chose tor his topic
"Language as a Fine Art"
The many friends* of Mrs. E. F. Berry
will be glad to learn she has returned
from Florida, where she lias been
spending the summer months in hopes
of regaining her health. I -",-.""
The Young Women's Christian asso
ciation held a very interesting meeting
In their parlors Thursday afternoon.
Miss Wynona Lewis had charge of the
£&liss Jessie McKenzie, of Fort Breth-
el, N. D., who was the guest of Mrs.
D. L. Mcody, left for Chicago, where
she will attend the Moody Bible insti
Lucien Merritt, son of Hon. Leona
dus ' Merritt, of Duluth, returned
Wednesday from Duluth, where he was
present at the marriage of his sister.
Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Bridgman enter
tained the students of the university to
a reception Wednesday night at their
beautiful home on Hewitt avenue.
Miss Ella Gold, preceptress of the
ladies' hall, returned Wednesday from
Illinois, where she was called to at
tend the funeral of her mother.
R. C. Dunn, state auditor,- who has.
but recently moved to Hamiine, re
turned Friday morning* from a business
trip to Duluth. I
Mrs. A. A. Clark returned to Ham
line Thursday from a visit with friends
in St. Peter. She left Friday for Louis
The Ladies' Aid society held a very
Interesting meeting "Thursday after
neon with Mrs. Dr. Innis, on Hewitt
A very important business meeting
of the Daniel League was held Mon
day at the home of Miss Zulu Cole.
Miss Jean Evans, assistant instructor
of elocution in the university, is spend
ing a few days in Owatonna.
Fred C. Burton, who has been visit
ing Hamiine friends the past week, re
turned to his home Friday.
Mrs. J. W. Wheeler, of St. Anthony
hill, visited her mother, Mrs. E. T.
Root the first of the week.
Miss Viola Page, of Anoka, is spend
ing a few days with Miss Edith Frib
ble, of Taylor avenue
The Women's Foreign Missionary so
ciety gave a turkey supper Tuesday
at the Town hall.
The Hamiine C. L. S. C. will meet
next Monday with Mrs. Winston, on
-.- Dr. Harris, of Bismarck, spent the
first of the week with his sister, on
Hewitt avenue v: . ; .
. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Patterson re
turned for the winter to their home in
San Diego, Cal.
E. L. Holllngsworth, of the Great
Northern freight office, visited Ham
line Sunday.. ...
Mrs. C. D. Webber, of Minnehaha
street, is entertaining Mrs. Kenyon, of
Hon. Horace Adams, of Denver, spent
a few days during the week with Mrs.
Mrs. Fred E. Webb, of St. Joseph,*
Mo., visited chapel exercises Thursday
morning. ' -
Miss Freda Allen, of Ashland, Wis.,
is spending a few dayp with friends in
Hamiine. . **■ ;;-
Miss Hulda Nygren has returned
from a visit with her parents at Marine
Miss Muina Hall, of Minneapolis,
spent Sunday with Miss Maud Wal
lace. .-••■• - •'
The Hamiine Whist club met last
night at the home of Mrs. Chapman.
Mrs. H. M. Butts and mother, Mrs.
Bophey, left Friday for Chicago.
Miss Montgomery has returned from
a visit with friends at Stillwater.
Miss Ellen McMahon is spending Sun
day with friends in Lake City.
Arthur Ridgway returned to Fergus
Falls the first of the week.
W. T. Rich has been confined to his
bed for the past few days.
.Mrs. Stone, of the Ladies' hall, has
returned from Plainview.
-J. T. Danford. of Rochester, is visit
ing friends in Hamiine.
Mrs. ' Porter Webb will reside In
Minneapolis this winter.
A. W. Clark left last night for a busi
ness trip to York, Neb.
•■ Mrs... Merton Taylor is visiting her
mother in Duluth. y *;. :■..,
E. H. Jones is entertaining his son
Fred, of Fargo. : **■ .. y
E. P. C. Fowler left last night for
**• The Masonic lodge gave a reception
'-'Mr. Gold, of Big Stone,, is visiting
.;. Rev. J. W. Lewis has returned to
Medford.- :*:yy:y -.-
Edgar Fielder has returned to Chi
cago;-' -."''.*, V
■• Dr. Marshall led chapel Friday morn
Miss Kanton has returned from Mad
* ST. ANTHONY PARK.
•••A very large number of park young
people , attended the reception at the
state,, agricultural farm on Saturday-
evening. y*_ .-. ■:.-.- ■-•:- -,
'.' G. W. Shaw Is giving a series of
lecture on "Mohammedanism" each
Sunday night. '_ He commences sharp
Miss 'Florence Moore left Tuesday to
join her parents In Los Angeles, Cal.,
where she will spend the winter.
Mr.' .and Mrs. R. K. Johnson are tak
ing a vacation, visiting friends in West
Mrs. Friend Brace will leave next
week for a trip through Florida.
Rev. E. B. Rose, of Fargo, visited
the park the first of the week.-
'.'.'Mrs. Moore and daughter Helen are
visiting in Blue Earth City. .
Mrs. Ferrier, of Dubuque, Is visiting
her mother, Mrs. Fowler.
Fred Varweck and family have mov
ed to Minneapolis. y
ra Louis Kiell Is spending a few days in
G. W. Harris, of Chicago, in the
Ifl SECRET ORDERS
DOINGS OF THE WEEK AMONG
THE DIFFERENT ORGANI-
ZATIONS. y y:
THE MASONS AT MIDWAY.'
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EXJOYADLE I , RECEPTION GIVEN
ENJOYABLE RECEPTION GIVEN
FRIDAY NIGHT BY THE LODGE
MODERN WOODMEN DOOMING.
H. C. Pcterijon Telia About the
Benefit of a Meiiiberslii» lit
the Order. •-.:', ;*•
A most enjoyable reception was given
on Friday evening:, by the members of
Midway Lodge 185, A. F. and A. M., at
the lodge rooms "at Hamiine. A very
excellent musical and -literary pro-
gramme ' whs* given. 's The Apollo quar
tet, consisting of Messrs. . Quesnel;
Hunt, Stillwell and- Parsons, sang sev
eral selections which added to their
popularity. Miss , Evans recited and
Miss- Webber , sang. :. Numbers were
given by the. Hamiine. String quartet, ,
and the guests sat dojjvn to a banquet !
at which toasts were responded to by
Ed Paradis, Rev. F. B. Colgill, H. M.
Tusler, Aid. Montgomery and others.
The Scottish Rite bodies will .hold
sessions every night next week for the j
purpose "of conferring degrees.
Shekina lodge will confer the first de
gree Monday evening.
Ancient Landmark lodge gave a very
pleasant entertainment Thursday even
ing. There was a fine musical pro
gramme, and speeches by James F.
Lawless, A. P. Swanstrom and others.
St. Martin's Court, No. 550, was in
s-tailed on last Sunday evening at St.
Bernard's church. -Father Ogulin, the
organizer, gave a brief address, setting
forth the benefits to be derived from
membership in the order. The new
court starts out with a membership of I
fifty. Mr. M. C. Egan, state " chief
ranger, will shortly visit the cities of !
Mankato and Faribault to install new
courts. ■.- y. y yyy ■- ~: ■:-.
Parties desiring information relative
to the Catholic Order of Foresters, and
living where there is neither a court
nor an organizer, should apply to M.
C. Egan, C. R., No. 972 Francis street,
St. Paul, Minn., or to the state sec
retary, George W. . Stenger, No. 433 St.
Peter street," St. Paul, Minn. :~ -
'■ RED MEN.
Mlnnewaska Tribe No. 4 held a very
enthusiastic. \ council on last. Friday's
sleep, which continues to show this is
a very live tribe, of Red Men. Great
Chief of Records Brown was present
and gave a very interesting talk on the
good of the order. A pale face was
captured in the forest, and was adopt
ed by this tribe. . The work was exem
plified in the usual good form No. -4's
degree team. Minnewaska will give a
pow- wow and sun dance on the 11th
Sleep of Hunting moon (11th of Decem- -
ber), in Central hall, corner Seventh
and Cedar streets. Tickets can be ob- :
tamed of the members. .
ORDER EASTERN STAR.
A special meeting has been called by
the worthy matron of St. Paul Chap
. ter No. 24 for Friday evening, Nov. 22,
at Branden . hall, on East Seventh
street, for initiation and other impor
tant work. Ten candidates are expect-- .
ed to be present to be admitted into the ...
order. . ..,.,...
The relief society will give a dancing ,
party at Masonic hall on East Fifth, .
Monday, evening, Nov. 25..' The Man
hattan orchestra will furnish the music
and the event is looked forward to with
much enthusiasm in Masonic circles. *
. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Mendota camp, of Mendota, held its
regular meeting last Saturday night.
The camp has been unfortunate this
year. * Lou Auge was killed' by a train
and a short time ago Tom Charland
died. The widowed mother of the latter
received a check of $1,500 a few days
ago from an insurance company.
Prosperity Camp No. 2 will meet
Wednesday evening, Nov. 20, and all
members are urged to come and secure
tickets for the annual social hop to be
given Dec. 4. .'.'•'
St. Paul Camp ' No. 9, at Its last meet-
ing initiated two members and balloted
on four applications. A large delega
tion from Dayton's Bluff camp were
visitors at this meeting.
The grand officers visited Commer
cial Council on Tuesday evening and
- expressed themselves as highly pleased
with the perfection attained in the con-
duction of the initiatory work. A large
number of applications were reported
upon, eight received and one candi
date initiated. A sumptuous repast was
served in the banquet room after ad
journment. y- y ■
On Monday evening last Seven Cor
ners' Court 1277, Royal Arcanum, took
possession of their new hall in the
Bowlby block. It was a most enthu
siastic meeting, a number of candi
dates were initiated and six applica
tions for membership were read. At
the first meeting in December Grand
Regent Hartigan and officers of the
grand council will make their official
visit and officers for the ensuing year
will be elected. '■■ y - - .•-■ »
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Last Wednesday evening Capitol
Lodge No. 51 had work in the first and
second ranks, and on Wednesday next,
Nov. 20, will confer the third rank on
a very numerous class of esquires, in-
eluding several well known citizens.
The lodge, again extends a most hearty
invitation to the members of. other
lodges and visiting brethren." Lodge
opens at 7:30 promptly. - *
Webster Lodge No. 29 will confer the
rank of knight at; their meeting Thurs
day evening. ,iy*-.. -
St.. Paul Division 7 N0.. 2, Uniform
Rank, will hold a meeting Tuesday
night in the new Pythian hall.
Twin City Lodge No. C 3 celebrated
its sixth anniversary on Monday last.
Some 510 knights were present, and
speeches made by-prominent Pythians.
After, some very, fine recitations, etc.,
a banquet was served.,
Liberty Lodge! No. 137 (formerly Okay
lodge) will confer the third rank. next
Thursday evening. The members of
this lodge are making ' arrangements
for a turkey lunch and general jolli- *
fication meeting on Thanksgiving even-
ing, Nov. 28,- in celebration of its change
of name. and the arrival of its char-
ter. ; -■•,... ,•;.•'•-. i ■■■ ■.'. yy .r *
St. Paul Lodge. No. .43 conferred the
rank of esquire upon two pages last
Tuesday evening. The announcement is
made that the knight's rarik in ampli
fied form will i* be .conferred by * this*
lodge next- Tuesday evening at their
castle hall, corner of » Colorado and
South Wabasha, streets, .West St. Paul. -.
Master of Work Silas, E. Foreman and'
his celebrated "43" degree team will
have full charge of the ceremonies.
A large attendance of members and
visitors will be present to witness the
beautiful third rank work as exem
plified by this lodge. y ''::.. v- *.
''"'■' RATHBONE SISTERS. \ *P '
.'■_- A dime social will be given by Unity.
Temple No. 9, Ra,thbone Sisters, Thurs-
day evening, Nov. 21, at their hall cor-
ncr South Wabasha and Colorado
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<g '•)'. l^T^V . ¥ : iri JwrJ - Is complete without a Dressing Table. They A*
55 ' I "*'.^| V * JL*4'£l'VE j- 4^ are universally used East, and Ladies here *+
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<* I 1 #*i2k \ W CV* By their use Ladies can rest comfortably dur- *>-
«r£ 1 m tf^dP****- <(fiL '"^L % €1P By their use Ladies can rest comfortably dur-
Jr£ y*y .^^s^yy?..-^tMt ''' me- the necessarily slow process of. making *^
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■<jp;y «^|^ .;" of these elegant Dressing Tables. We carry a very large stock m^
r> W^Pl!!^ °f "CW arhl fresll designs in Mahogany, Oak and Birch, Prices *>
<*.: flpSBS^ ' ' °f "e^ and fresh designs in Mahogany, Oak and Birch. Prices «^
Jjg,'- m^) [^^La ran^e from 515 to $50. '\Ay "f :.t° ->-/. Jy
*^ -^I^^^Lhft railf,rC frO,U Sls t0 $s°*
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<3 it^^fryy carry "10 lnrKest "»e in the state of standard YXi *->'
?» a 17 " "^^ATfg^-H ••■ makes of OFFICE DESKS, Chairs and Bauk /$&) 'f^
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•«*«©•! ll Lm *■'■' '.-■// I Solid Mahogany Office Desk tt"oi C>/Y' \T?4P^W^i# A>
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<* Our special offer is a WE REUPHOLSTER YOUR , fe^fS t>
l1;rlds-omeT Curly Birch : OLD PARLOR CHAIRS. ' A ' '--gSS^fe- §
fl->. Dressing-^1 able at •-■* • ■*,■«*. "'-|' ots*Ttt?v3sizS& <*
-<* ' mmm" Better than new. Prices reasonable. We have I r \J"!c-H&^M»^^i *"^
$ B "1b45« " the best workmen in the city. j * .^^t&ftSffi'Vfoafcffi (^
1 DOLLAR TOP DimE SfIYERS. ||^^ %
Coal Sifters:.. 10c each 12-piece English Toilet " "I; • StßWartS, *>-
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*> I Iron Soap 5c each A few of those Iron Beds, , |-\ \ TIIB SpleiidW <9
2* Suitable for bath room and kitchen use. brass posts, brass -. 1 - * StPWOrfC Z^L
S£ I \r knobs, full size $5.75 i . QlOWdllD, <»
| Misfit Carpets.. 25 per cent Off Nickel Parlor Clocks, . \ Thpßnunrf <%
2f " ■ Five-FootStep Ladders.... 4sc worth $3 $1.65 i ..*."» ' nUUHU *>;
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"** j /P -"^ " MADE. A>
A • w - J ma, w Over forty-five styles »>;
g Sixth and Minnesota. |■?omH^^R,^,«-,--, %
streets. An excellent musical programe
has been arranged and refreshments
will be served during the evening.;" *:>'
, Myrtlft Temple No. 2, Rathbone Sis-
ters, gave a very sucessful dancing
party and oyster supper Tuesday. even-
ing. The gathering was the pleas-
antest ever held by the lodge, -; The re-
ception committee was Mr. ; and Mrs.
E. Si Bean and. Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Bailey; the floor committee was Mr.
arid Mrs. A. R. Odell and Mr. and Mrs.
J., Levy, while Mesdames :. Earhoff,
Sloggy, Spencer, Sanderson, Sinclair,
rFlannagan, Claytor and McCall had
charge of the dining room. . Music was
furnished by the Eureka orchestra.
:tt l „=ILOYAL ORANGE LODGE.
'I Plymouth Rock Loyal Orange Lodge
No. 33 will hold their regular meeting
: Monday night, Nov. 18, at the hall cor-
ncr Fifth and Robert streets. The at-
tendance of all the members is desired.
[• I cdi ■'. ODD FELLOWS. •
•:- The, second and third degrees were
-conferred by Twin City lodge . last
Thursday night on .several . brothers.
The first of a series of social hops to.
. be given by this lodge will occur
,next. Thursday evening.- y : ... '<■:-.:
A card party will be given by Luella
Rebekah lodge next Saturday - night
At its meeting next Wednesday night
'the election of new officers for Luella
lodge will take place.
At next next Monday night's meeting
of Hancock encampment, besides selec
tion of new officers, some very impor
tant business will be transacted.
IRON HALL. . '/,.
. Dayton's Bluff, No. .21, met Monday
evening at the home of Mr: and Mrs.
H. C. Stowell, 690 Conway street. One
candidate was initiated. Messrs. Mor-
row, Albeck and Mrs. Hamilton re-
ported progress for the: union enter-
tainment and reception -. for Supreme
President Freeman D. Somerby at As-
seiwbly hall, Dec. 3 and 4. The branch
has postponed Its party on this account
till after the holidays. _.'■'.
Pioneer Branch No. 17 had consider-
able work of importance to do Thurs-
day evening. Two members received
final payments on expired certificates.
Ladies' Branch No. 29 will meet ait
Odd Fellows' hall, corner Fifth and
Wabasha streets, Wednesday evening,
Nov. 20. There will be initiation and
other important work, after which a
union meeting of all branches will* be
held. The committees from the sev
eral branches will compare reports.
Garfield Branch No. 15 will meet at
Woolsey's hall, corner Burr and Case
streets, Tuesday evening. Four can-
didates will be initiated.
Garfield Lodge No. 101 gave a musi
cal and literary entertainment Thurs-
day evening in Odd Fellows' hall, cor-
ncr Payne avenue a.nd Wells street.
The hall was filled to overflowing and
the treasury of the lodge is largely
replenished. Refreshments were
served at the close of the programme.
Union Lodge No. 1 held an interest-
ing convention Thursday evening. Sev
eral visitors were present. ' Three new-
members were added to. the- roll ' of
membership. A good programme was
given for the good of the order.
Enterprise lodge held an enjoyable
open meeting Monday evening at Good.
Templars' headquarters in Central
hall, corner Sixth and Seventh streets.
The officers for the quarter were duly
installed by Grand . Chief Godfrey, of
Minneapolis. Rev. Father Gmeiner
and. Rev. G. L. Conley gave addresses
for the cause of temperance. A - short
musical and literary programme was
also given. Refreshments were . served
at the close of the literary treat."
i. The . following officers will superin-
tend:- the official affairs of St. -Paul
'Dodge-No. 77 for the coming: quarter:
■P.:C. T., H. Rostad; C.,T.„ L. Turner;
V" T., Mrs. H. Anderson; secretary,
Miss Gudren Axnes;- assistant secre
tary, Miss Annie Arum; -financial sec-
retary, Miss Hilda Ahlbergr; treasurer,
.John Lind: chaplain, G. T. Anderson;
.maiwha.l, H.l Andersen; deputy mar-
shal, Miss Soprie Forllum; inside
•-guard. F. Miller. The ladies had
-jehame of the meeting Wednesday
'evening and presented, a choice pro
' grani'me. -..-;.- .
< 'DEGREE OF POCAHONTAS. ;~,
Last Monday's sleep found Naomi
*Coiftftil No. 1 fully attended, and* when
[thje-^yorthy Pocahontas ascended the
'stump and gave the signal to follow
*'th:e 'hunt the scouts and runners
,brjoug!ht word that four pale faces had
haeut/ound in the forest,, who were de-
'iirous of being adopted by Naomi coun-
ffcij. -^They having been* 'fouhd worthy,'
.jvfcre duly elected. The committee on
regalia reported that special prices
v*Wlere offered on same by a Michigan
firm, but promised 'more 'definite' 'in-'
formation on next Monday's sleep. The
chair-man suggested that the : sisters.;
< meet 'at the tepee and cut out the'
■ garments, finishing* them: at -y home,
J thereby reducing expenses. The coun
-1 cil fife was then declared quenched"
* and an Impromptu -programme was
given. ....... '. - .-*:■■-..- .....,--,
Sister "O'Connell sang "Hello, Central,
Hello:" responding to an encore with
- "Ben.-Bolt". Sister ..Barthol -recited:
"Biddy and Her Troubles." * Brother,
Rotter gave a recitation in Norwegian
•dialect.-. Sister Kolman sang "Michael
Schneider's Party," giving as -an -en-
core a charming recitation. Sister
Verndig recited "The Dying Child." -*"
The council finally disbanded 'at .*■ the
eleventh run and fifteenth breath, the
.members all feeling that there were
many happy sleeps in store for them.
The committee on entertainment an-
nounce a progressive euchre, party to
be given on the 25th of the present
(beaver) moon, to which a cordial in-
vitation of our pale-face friends is ex-
DAUGHTERS OF ERIN.
. Division No. 4 will hold a special
meeting at St. Michael's. school hall
on Tuesday evening, Nov. 19, at 8
• Division No. 4 of the Daughters of
Erin Is making arrangements for an
entertainment and social hop at Lieder-
Itafel hall on Thanksgiving night,
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Copeland Camp No. 15-14 held a very
profitable and enjoyable meeting Tues-
day night. Eight new members were
received for adoption. A letter of
thanks was read . from Mrs. James
Dempsey, acknowledging the receipt of
the $1,000 death benefit. Tuesday even-
ing the second degree will be conferred
upon ten candidates.
Benjamin Stone, the poet laureate of
North St. Paul, read one of his choicest
efforts at the meeting of the Woodmen
last Monday evening. He was gener-
ally ' congratulated by the members
when he closed.
The Modern Woodmen of America
Camp of North St. Paul at their meet
-1 Ing last Monday evening initiated one
member, accepted another and received
six new applications. This lodge is in
a flourishing condition.
The Royal Neighbors will give an
entertainment Monday evening, Nov.
18, in Odd Fellows, hall, corner Fifth
and Wabasha, at Bp. m.. They extend
an Invitation to all the Modern Wood-
men camps and their friends. A fine
programme has been arranged by the
ladies of Royal Oak camp, and a
pleasant evening is promised to all.
Royal Oak camp will meet next
Thursday. • ,•-.;-■
The degree team of Minnehaha camp
will go to Hudson next Saturday to
initiate a class of thirty for the camp
at that place. -
• Liberty camp held a regular meet-
ing last Thursday and adopted six can-
St. Anthony camp has work in the
first degree for next Tuesday, and af
terwards will hold a social session.
The Minnehaha camp minstrels will
give a performance at the opera house
In Faribault the evening before the
Thirteen new camps were organized
in the state during the month of Oc
tober, with a membership of 293.
. The call has been issued for the an-
nual state meeting, which will be held
at Faribault on Dec. 10. The 215 camps
in the state are entitled to one dele-
Minnehaha camp will hold a regular
meeting next Thursday with work in
the first degree. - Nominations for offi
cers will be made,' and the resolution
In regard to salaries will be acted upon.
Copeland camp will meet next Tues-
day and will confer the second degree
on eight candidates, and nominate of-
ficers for 1896. Since this camp has
been holding weekly meetings, less
time has been required for business
and more time devoted to sociability,
with the result that the meetings are
_^ ■ U. A. O. D.
The widows' and orphans' fund board
held Its* monthly meeting yesterday
afternoon at 2:30 in Unity Central hall.
The ' semi-monthly meting of the
board of directors of the labor bureau
met Tuesday evening and got through
North Star Grove No. 4 had a busi-
ness session Wednesday evening, four
candidates being admitted into the
ranks of Drutdism, and one candidate
being ' obligated in the third degree.
Schiller . Grove No. 3, at the regular
meeting of the grove, transacted rou-
tine busines, nothing of a special char-
acter being before the grove.
Minnetonka Grove No. 1 worked In
the first degree Tuesday evening, one
candidate being obligated. One appli-
cation for membership was received
and referred. Brother H. Heinsch,
treasurer of the grove, was reported as
being very ill at his home. - '•>*;-■*:
ORDER OF THE WORLD.
This order is taking great strides in
St. Paul. . Each of the five lodges re-
ports gains and enthusiasm in • its
ranks. *. yyy;
Arcade lodge made some changes in
its list of officers at the last meeting,
as follows: President, Dr. F. -C.
Spates; vice president, Fred Davis;
past president, Mrs. W. J. Holbrook;
secretary, Theresa Boehm; marshal,
j George J. Rank; chaplain, Mrs. G. J.
Rank; guard, William McCarthy; sen
. tinel, Alfred Boehm. This lodge has
rented the elegant new Odd Fellows'
hall, at 91 East Seventh street, and
the outlook for the fall campaign is
Aurora lodge initiated three under
the new ritual. at the last meeting,*
amidst much enthusiasm. At one
stage of thei proceedings Ben Nye
smiled so loud that they heard him
across the room, but President Lee-
ders promises that he will have tho
next initiation down fine, as his "team"
will have a rehearsal before next meet-
Starlight lodge gave the degree to
two candidates at last meeting; Pres
ident , Kinsberg pronounces the new
ritualistic work a success, and is now
anxious to lipid meetings weekly in-
stead of semi-monthly. Several can-
didates are enlisted for initiation at
next meeting, Nov. 25.
Falrview lodge is getting ready for
a public entertainment in the near fut
ure. -Next 'meeting,* Nov. 28,* will be
interesting to all members, as the new
ritual work will be exemplified for the
.first time in' this lodge. -" ■-....*
- Points lodge put through six
candidates at their last meeting, -and
have as many more on the tapis for
the next meeting, Monday, Nov. 18,
one of the candidates being a promi
nent "medicine man" of this city, who
will temporarily lay aside his dignity
and "walk the plank" wfth the rest of
the boys. *■*...
MODERN "WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
H. C. Peterson" writes: "I am a
neighbor. of Scandia Camp No. 2,834.
Have been sick for seven weeks, but
I am happy to inform all my friends
and the neighbors that I am now ln a
fair way to recovery, and hope once
more to be with you again. I hereby
I extend my thanks to and also congrat
ulate the officers and neighbors of
Scandia camp, upon the great work
they are doing, and what they have
done for me. Nearly all the neighbors
have either visited or watched over me
at nights, and without their assistance
I don't know what we should have
done, and for the great assistance of
the sick benefit, of which I received $5
per week promptly. This is the great-
est feature of It all. When a man Is
sick, with a small. or large family to
depend on him, it Is very hard some
j times to make financially both ends
; meet, but with the assistance of Scan
| dia camp it is much easier. I there
• fore hope and beg all not already
I Woodmen to join us in this great fra-
I ternal order, and every good man
i of whatever nationality he may be, that
1 he join Scandia camp, and that he, if
sick, can -secure the same' attention
that I got.": -■•'
Scandia camp meets second and
fourth Fridays in each month at I. O.
O. F. hall, corner Fifth and Robert
Last Tuesday evening St. Paul Camp
No. 3101 held the largest and most en-
thusiastic meeting since Its Institution.
There were twenty-six candidates
given the first degree, seventeen appli-
cations acted upon, and twenty-one new
applications presented, besides four be-
ing admitted by card. After the usual
routine of business the camp was high-
ly entertained by Ryder's orchestra,
which rendered some very choice selec
tions. There were 121 members pres
ent, the largest since the camp's Insti
tution, due to the fact that the camp
has had a very large class of adoptions,
and now has one of the best degree
teams In the city, and on every first and
third Tuesday, the camp has a musical
and literary programme for its mem-
bers, which Is well patronised. Tues-
day, Nov. 19. there will be nominations
of officers for the ensuing year, and
the evening will be devoted to that
work, and adoptions, due to the fact
that the camp gives an entertainment
and dance on the 26th, which is its
regular meeting* night. There will be
no meeting on thi^t night, and the mem-
bers are requested to be present at the
next meeting, Nov. 19, as that will be
the last meeting in this month.
ST. PALL PARK. .
ST. PALL, PARK.
The ladies of Trinity church met
with Mrs. Copp Thursday, and organ-
ized a guild, with Mrs. L. L. Page pres
ident, Mrs. Sheldon secretary and Mrs.
Robert Wright treasurer.
Quite a number of the friends of the
Misses Hess surprised them at their
home Tuesday evening. The guests en-
joyed themselves at dancing until a late
hour. . . :y\ .
Next Wednesday at the Woman's
club Mrs. P. M. Clark "will read an es-
say on. "Electricity." '' .y
- Antolne McCoy was buried from
her home on Grey Cloud Island Thurs-
day afternoon. ;".:v
The W. C. T. will soon have per-
manent quarters and establish a read-
ing room. . ... yy'yyy
Mrs. C. R. Wilkinson spent last Sun-
day with her daughter at Chad wick,
111. • ■-.: ;■«
"Mrs. A. G. Smith will open dressmak-
ing parlors in the Link block this week.
Mrs. Etta. Gould ,of Pine City," Minn.,
Is .visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Moore.
H. W. Hodgdon has moved Into the
Lenz residence, Pullman avenue.
■1 Seymour Root, of Valley City, N. D.,
Is visiting friends in this vicinity.
- Mrs. E. B. Sperry has returned from
her; visit to .Michigan friends.
. C. W. Cowell and bride, of lowa, are
visiting their relatives here.
:E. S. ' Smith 'spent Sunday in tho
Park with friends.
— Kendal has returned from his
Montana trip. " --"':..
- Thomas Gore returned from Mankato
Thursday. * y I ■■' yy.-y
; -j IU RLIXGTON HEIGHTS.
r The Episcopal chapel, which was fin-
ished -a few weeks ago, will be con-
secrated today .by Bishop Mahlon N.
i Gilbert:'- Rev. Charles Holmes and sev
eral other clergymen are expected to be
lin attendance. The rites of confirma
! tion and baptism will also be adminis
tered:*- *' .-'••■:
Charles J.- ""Johnston, who had the
misfortune. to sprain his ankle very se
verely two weeks, ago, is out again.
.Charlesl Joy "left last night for Lead^-
ville, '■> Col.',' on business, and will re-
main; there some time.
Albert Schoenheider and family, for-
merly of St.. Paul Park, are living in
Highwood.-' v- " •'* *
Frank -.Relf spent last Sunday with
XJLJL fJ vU ll U 1/ 1
• (From U. S. Journal of Medicine.)
Prof. W." H. Peeke, who makes a
specialty ,' of / Epilepsy, has without
doubt treated and ; cured more cases
than any living physician; his success
is astonishing. We have heard of cases
of twenty years' standing cured by him:
He publishes a valuable work in- this
disease ; which ' he sends with a large
bottle of his absolute cure free to any
sufferer who may send their P. O. and
express address. We advise any one
wishing a cure to address Prof. W. H.
PEEKE, F ©.. 4 Cedar St., New York.
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5 & 10c Store.
25c Chocolate Walnuts 13m
23c Chocolate Almonds 13c
23c Chocolate Figolet 13c
23c Chocolate Honey Slick 13c
23c Chocolate Nougat 13c
23c Chocolate Wintergreeni3c
23c Chocolate Caramels 13c
23c Chocolate Almondie 13c
2sc Cocoanut Bon-Bon 13c
23c Cream Almonds 13c
23c Cocoa Caramels 13c
23c Cocoa Chocolates 13c
23c Cupid Caramels 13c
25c Jelly Wafers 13c
23c Marshmallows 13c
Trix Gold Box Gum. 3c
81 E. 7tSa St.
jNU q [Mil,
497 St. Peter Street, Corner
497 St. Peter Street, Corner
We desire to call your atten
tion to some
nOW LOOK HERE:
B.irs Rose Queen Soap for 25a
B.trsßose Queen Soap for 25a
For Lamp Chimneys— all sizes.
Flour, the Best Patent, US-lb. sack.sl.te
Syrup, the Bast Table, per tral 25
Vlnenar, White Wine, per gal 10
Pickles. German Dill, per gal 25
Syrup, Ohio Maple, per gal 45
Sauerkraut, per gal 20
Coffers. Broken Java, per lb 15
Eitß Noodles. 1-ib. package 10
Rolled Oats. Fresh Milled .02
Eos, Kirktt's New Soap Powder,
per package 04
Starch, 1-lb. package, gloss 05
We want your trade
and will do our best to
. FULL POUND LOAVES.
It is better than any other bread and th*
price is no more than others charge.
Why not use it all the time?
We Want your continuous
Insist upon your grocer giving you ous
Bread. Save the tin tags.
386 Robert Street.
BREAKFAST- SI PPKIS.
"By a thorough knowledge of tha
natural laws which govern the opera
tions of digestion and nutrition, and
by a careful application of the Una
properties of well-selected Cocoa. Mr.
Epps has provided for our breakfast
and supper a delicately flavored bever-
age which may save us many heavy
doctors' bills, It is by the Judicious
use of such articles of diet that a con
stitution may be gradually built up un.
til strong enough to resist every tend
ency to disease. Hundreds of subtle
maladies are floating around us ready .
to attack wherever there Is. a weak
point. We may escape many a fatal
shaft by keeping ourselves well forti
fied with pure blood and a properly
nourished frame."— Service Ga
zette. Made simply with boiling water
or milk. Sold only in half-pound tins,
by Grocers, labelled thus: • :
J AMES EPPS & CO., Ltd.! flomceopathla
Chemists. London, England. •'-:";' ;
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Importer of Billiard Cloth ard Snoolles. Al.
Importer of Billiard Cloth and 9uo*oHes. Al.
taring and repairing done on short notice.
Bceoud-hand tablet bought and sold. ' **
220 fc. Seventh ft Paul, «iB«