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ilnsi.Pauiso6iai6ir6i6^l I lll!ii!!!lll!IUII!!lll!iIIIIilIII!H \ famih reunion was hold Monday after ii . ;> it thi h.iiii of M.\ anfl Mrs. Simou - i K:;st Fci r: ji street In eel«*> ration ..:' la,-. fiftieth Widdiir niiiuvrsa.y. Mr Strate was born Juu« :m. 1817, in Faulensick- LS;>p< .! :. Get .. 1113 »li h Ived until 1847, n !; ...in.- to s.. :. i s Mrs. Strate was Miss ■ . : .. >wis born In West ; lanc> . v. in rman] . March .'.. LB3L She . -ii . ; Uarttnsvlllt- Mo., in lS4t>, where shi '- ; . Strate, Feb. 5, IS4.!', i > l ;.\ Chi rl Ko inn . great-uncle of Kv. \ ;.. X ■ - dty. They came to . . ;••• aye resided in St. Pcul sin,-... Thej hay( had twelve children, iii. of whom ;:. living. They have thirty cm | en twenty-seven .ire living. \ irl> .. wen present. The christening or theii littli g Gladys Si rate Ten took .1. c Rev. A. L. Koeneka ;v., _ , ■ ■ v . re: Mr. and Mrs. BIui»« ordan. Minn.: Mr. and Mrs. '. ■ ■ . U oodi urj Minn.: Mr. and w *buo . -Minn.: M ■ and ■ . • . of WVodbury. IV tni Bachmann, Mr. ji Jr. .Mid Mrs. Ed \> :i ■ i ■ '.cr Temnie, Mr. ar.d Mrs. hat c rttmne, Rev. ;>ml Mrs. v. L. h • UUsei Anna ami Tlllie ■■. . M. Hobert, of " Wi odbury. • * • ■ . lan and Miss Wion ;. will i ■' at home at the ■ .• ■ -. si- winter. • s • nil and wife live tv . tieth anniversary I ..,!■■. legi baa b( Ure. Gardiner, an aged •■ ■■ h Ihi Ir s j . w. V. Gai uth Park. Seventy years ago married and last even ing with thi aid of frit nds and relatives they i»iv( rsary of that husband and wife liave lived I t ■'.'■ :■• allotc d period ot i b : at '.-.i age of ;<0 are •troug ajid in , . el lent health. • * ■ •:. Just two - ' .' « ill be ot thi Tenebrae: the re - . hi rings, so o the 6 >'■,' matrons' heart, by the study i-lu . *les find for a society will take on a more there is the usual Bin ; " -. .-'. uth .. of the . ;<:■ iety's ranks. Idea .•:' any largi social af- U:: However, as ■ •■ ! the future dull outlook there urfeii of Esocial gayetiea during^ tl weeks. Ir would seem thai \an.t; Fair balances its books In the . : s . much pleasure lias been : I fourteen days. - « * Nun>.< ' . Jrs I aye been arranged In celebration of St. Vales-tine's day. Though n i regarding this day with any ... . .- rabidly dying out. Still ■■ ■ very tenacious, co many St Paul hostesses will ntUnglj observe the" day v. hen <. ■ san .- ~ > ■: ■ ': : rump. Tuesday evei.fnp .Yirs. W. F. Peri will en tertaiu about thirtj peopli ;.• a valentine parl ami . : Dayt i avenue. Mrs. Dariua X. V.iii-.-r will ,"ive a euchre party tomorri « evening at thi Aberdeen. • * * Mrs. Cham ing Hti.l.r,: v. of Asrhland avenue, <■ ■: : ..; an : ■ .-.. yesterday aftenoon. • * * Mrs. F I: Voui t ai Summit avenue, en tertained ;: eik-hre ia.-t • fning. • * * Mrs. F. E. ;.■■■ ■ ■.;• :: : -.i (1 a number of a euehr< party yesterday* afternoon ■ ■ lier 1 ■.:■! ■■■. ii! Summit a\ ■ nui . Cards were played *. un fit tab! --. • * * Th< Assembly !■: v, i; s laei hall of the sea ■ ■ nlug ai Cambridge h;ill. M:<. D. \. Monfcrt Mrs. Cutler .■#•l Mrs. K. K. Punnt-ti n ■. iv,/. The german wa? danc -. U tin following couples Mr. Tp.v. i'j-'.lK* acd Mr?. Vv'. F. P< ' *'r. ■ : . . Mtes Big< low. Mr. '■l l n d '!;> Tr ' ■■■ Mr. H ir r-! :"n--t»r. of I ■:'-. FUTURE EVENTS. 'in. c!i :s. K. at P., has issued invitaticiu for :; progressive cinch party atnl be pivei at Pythian hall Fri •ii h ... The garni wi:' be .ailed at S:3<) and prizes will be awarded. A. A. Rene will umpire, and L. !•". Entrup ur.d L. G. Shack ford will '■.'■■ p soore. A social bop «... bt given by Constellation Cltapter Xo. IS ai Übeonir Teunile. Lowrj' Rreade, Tuesday evening. Fob. 14. Tickets, 50 cents: Refreshments and cloak room in- Icd. ' icVcts sre (. c had at St. Paul ''• •■ " -'I £ >mpany's and Lover- The ' iiiif r in .- for the va!entine party tp be Riven Tuesday ev< uing at Woodland hail by Mi^- Erector, an Irs. Matthew Murphy. Mrs. '<'. I. Graham, oi Indianapolis, aud Mrs. !■>>■. it ' : Ortos. Tie i ;irty will bt inTormal, no Invitations having b-'?n issued. \; the meeTing of»t ai field W. H. G. Fri day afternoon ii was i 3; Jded to l'O^tpaue the meeting of Feb. 2i, until March 10, as the de partment invention will !"■ lielu in St. Paul Feb. 23 and 24. The card party to be given by thi en rs ha ..: •■ beet •■ - ■< ..■■■ d. 1 : 1 ■•■ ■ .-' cluS) will meet Tin 'ty v; i; .\irs-. Charles M. Power. Gcmd '. ■ The BUbJeci f or thr afternoon Is 'Thildrpij's Interests." Tiio d!scussiion will i I b> Mrs. Pi w< rs. " .A. C. !"'.. an, of Ashland ave h'l will crl BeeoE'3 anniversary !-■ Monday evening. Fr.'j. 20 I bi laid for thirty !iw Thi l. ■ • ■'■ B uff M< thi rs' dub will mi . i 'oin tow at :..i:. n. in. In the Van - Stap!e>.on will sprnk on . .;.: fatigue In Children." '■'-■ 0. ii. !;. . :i; s. ■ : Summit avenue, will ■•' ' Ri< tonjorr k e-xi nijis. Mrs. fi. i. Bui bank will i . . on 'How to Mrs. Truman, of Summit avenue, will give a euchre fai . n rrow afternoon for Mrs '•■ ' ' ' Bwtt< . Mint, and M ; ss AT.bie Warm r. Mi-s Miller will entertain the Ovi Maids' ■ii' 1 a( a valtn;in< euchre Tuesday afternoon at th< honi< cl Mrs. A. B. Plough, on Fair tnounl avenui . Mrs. li. L. Burrill, of P'cronia avenue, will i : n Tuesday afternoon in honor of the I nih . . ; i. r marriage. Thi Buehre club will meet ruesda; eveni - with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. 1' -I: ■•■ II': ;: ■ ... \ PTIUe. Mrs. EUjah Baker, of Marshall avenue, will Tigers at a valentine euchre party 1 vi sdaj evening. Mrs. J. X. i . ■;.. kubin street, will : •• |i i 4 to ! o'clock Tuesday for her d •■:•,•:.:' : Elizabeth. Mrs. N B. Hathaway, of Goodrich avenue, 1, i. cards out for a euchre party Friday even- Insc. Mrs. (>.- ':ir *il .iliiiiTi. o! Faiimount avenue will ;nti ri.tii, at euchre Thursday evening. St. Paul ramp, of Veterans, will five Its annual I>.-.!1 Washington's birthday. Mr. ami Mrs. H. M. Temple will entertain ards tomorrow- evening. ' PLEASURES PAST. The mieic pupils of the sisters of St. let gave :iii entertainment Thursday uing at ss t . Bernard's hall. Miss \ Win tor delivered an address, and a prosranim° oi rocal aad instrumental music, recitations ili:lis and tableaux followed: "The Secret" nn operetta in one att, was given by the folli wing ... • G. Rotter, R. Tschida, A. > v Inter and .!. Downey. The Twin City Cinch olut was entertained Wednesday evening by the Misses Ryan at their home. 222 SUth street southeast Min -. Prizes were won by Miss ' Grace Ryerse and N. B. McGufßn, of Minneapolis .• id <Mss Banfprd and Mr. Lamb, of St Paul' text meeting will be with Miss kings ■■ ■■ . 193 Marshall avenue, St. Paul. Fab. 21 Juap and Mrs. James Schoosmak* enter- Informally a; whist iast evening «t their borne. on Bates avenue. The players Mr. end Mrs. D. S. SpeiTy Mr - nfl Mi .. Denis Folfett; Mr. and Mrs j p Lar kin, Mr. and Mrs. Yon Schoft, Mrs 'LyMe «,*»£s*. Mich, and Mr. Ludlngton^ ! aid .Mrs-. \UCormiok. of Cedar street .gave the second of a series of card parilea last evenlns. The iiar:or : > were decorated with iin flowers and palms. Cards were olav <- T '■ fisM fables. Mrs. MoCormiel: was as udina Lv^n? "**' M * M Terese a 'ioyer Leaf SociaJ < lub entertained at progressive euchre last Monday evening at The friendly contest resulted fn ravors for tne following persons-. Mis3es~Oti^ Smith. Mcirahon, Hoban. La I.oude and"Re-ir = don: Meesrs. Butter, Xolan. McManus aud I.':'-. •'•,. Daisy Hell Euchre club entertained at lh< residence of Mrs. Samuel D. Carr on West Third street. Thursday afternoon The prize winners were Mrs. Wheeler. Mrs Carr and .Vis. Puschea. The club will meet next "<': -i.iy afternoon with Mrs. Eisemau. v! v. and Mrs. Samuel C. Horton ce'ebrated tfl; t«'!i!h anniversary of their marriage Wednesday evening at their home on Carroil Street Progreifive euchre waa played, prizes being won by Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Ringold and Messrs. ('ooper and Mftcalf. Mr |. Lariua U. llivener. of East Sixth st:-e?t. entertained at euchre Wednesday aft ernoon. Mrs. Hevener was assisted by Mra. Robert Deebach, Miss Olive Freeman, Miss Jamecion, Miss Hall Miss Trai-y and Miss Middleton. Mrs. J. Huntsman, of 244 Grove street, en tertained a number of her friends last weeK. Tiie parlors were decorated with carnations and American flags. Coven were laid for lir t> . ii. Mis Minnie Huntsman was the guest Of honor. The boys of the Young People's Literary and Social club entertaintd the young ladies of the club with a sleigh ride, followed by refreshments ai the borne ot Adolph C. Wil cken, on Plea- ant avenue. Mrs. George L. Weaver. Laurel aavenue, gave a children's party Wednesday afternoon tor the sixth birthday of her daughter, Kath eline. Mrs. Weaver was assisiied by Mrs. Bowlan, of Minneapolis. Miss Marie Tenner pleasantly entertained at "coffee" Wednesday afternoon from 2 to •1. She was assisted by Mrs. 11. W. Dlckman, Mis. ,l. V.. Kuhn and Mrs. Sowder. Covers were laid for sixteen. Miss May Staaton entertained about thirty young peopCe at an informal >l.i"..i:is party a;id cake walk Wednesday evening at the home of her aunt, Mrs. A. L. Larpenteur, on Dale ptreet. Mrs. W. A. Miller, of Cari\)ll street, enter tained a number of ladles at euchre yester day afternoon. Mrs. MiHer was ussitted hy Mrs. Lancaster, Mrs. Kmuions :md Mr.'. Du fresne. Mrs. Klwood J. Meier gave a Massachusetts thimble bee yesterday nft-rnoon at her home on Fairmount avenue. All the ladies enter tained were former residents of Massachu setts. Mrs. A. 0. Wedee and the Misses We4ge, of Twelfth street, gave an informal at boms ycterday afterno n from 4 to 6. Mrs. Arthur Stoughton and Mrs. W. A. Ilisgins assisted. Mr. and Mrs. Casper Ernst, of Farring'.on avenue, chaperoned a trolley party to. Minne apolis Thursday evening and were entertained at the li :in<? of Mr. and Mrs. Bowen. Mrs. Emma Lyons and Miss Welch Rave an afternoon euchre party la.-t Thursday at their home on Dayton avenue in honor of Miss. Abbie Warner. The Tuesday Afternoon Euchre club met with Miss Hessinger, Mississippi street, last week. Prizes were won by Mrs. Custer, Mrs. K'tiip and Mrs. Flood. Miss Alice Nelson gave a euchr« party Thursday afternoon at her home in Stillwater, r;:r.ertaining about twenty of her St. Paul girl friands. Miss Terese Lyons, of Cedar street, enter tained infornml'y at a Wel'Jh rarebit supper Wi-dnesday evening for Miss Abbie Warner. Mrs. C. J. McConvtlle, of Arundel street, i-mertalned at cards Friday afternoon in honor of Miss Leslie, of Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. George L. Swift, of Selby ave nue, entertained Monday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Bishop, of Tacoma. Mrs. Deni» Fo'.lett, of tho Albion, gave a euchre party Thursday afternoon in honor of Miss Mary Steee. Miss Wedge and Miss Daisy Wedge enter tained a number of frelnds at a cinch party in the evening. Mrs. S. A. Be«eh«-r, of Holly avenue, enter tained the Midsummer Euchre club Wednes day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Kluckholn, of Goodrich avenue, gave a. card party Wednesday evea ing. Mrs. M. L. Countryman, of Ashland ave nue, entertained at whist Wedne»day after neon. Mr. aud Mrs. Meier entertained Informally last evening. MATRIMONIAL The marriage of Miss Abbie San ford Warner and Edward J. Jones will take plac.e Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock at Christ church. It will be a carnation wedding, the color scheme be ing carried out in all the different shades of red. Mies Cora Welch will be maid of honor au<l the following young ladies wi'.l be brides-. malda: .Mis Haven and .Miss Abbott, of Parl. bau't: .Miss Armstrong, of illnntaiiolis, and Mies :>e Kay. of Sod Wiog. William Kouutz of I'iiilatlpli.iiia. will t»» b*st man a:>d Waiter Morgan, of Chicago: H. B. Straii, Fred Pa 1: --terson and Eocene Warner ir! 1 aci a* ushers. Little .Mils Elizabeth Warner will b* flower Kir; ai;d Master Dudley Warner will oe page. Imnudistely after the wedding there will be a reception at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Warner, on CoQece avenue. The marriage of .Miss Anna Popplar to Jo seph F. Fleckesateln, cf Faribault, was kol emnized W.-dnesday at St Fiancis de Sales' church, itev. John X. Stariha ofDciating. Wednesday evening a reception was held at (In- residence of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Popplar. JT") Cliff street. On the same dsy tlie parents of the brida cele brated their twenty-seventh anniversary. Mr. and Mm. Fleckensiein will make their home In Faribault. The W?tJding of Mi=s Irene Montbriand, niece of Mr. and M*-s. Louis Moctbriand, and ,1. L'.^audre R. Cwup took place Tuesday morning «t 9 o'clock a(. St. Louis' cliurch, rather Thomas officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Cusson will be at borne afier Feb. 15. at 37U Franklin street. Mr. and Mrs. Ely Grenier have issued In vitations for tli.' marriage of their daughter. Miss Florence Margaret Grenier, to Frederick Phisk;! The \veddi::g will take place Wednes day, Feb. 15. BALLS. The annual junior hall of the state uni versity will take place tomorrow evening, and promises to be an elaborate affair. The dec orations will be very unique, tho programmes are to be hand-paint.;i! and special promi nence will he given to the concert programmo, which will precede the dancing programme. The following is a list of the patronesses: Mrs. Cyrus Northrop, Mrs. W. W. Folwell, Mrs. F. B. Forman, Mrs. P. R. Winston, Mrs. W. D. Washburn. Mrs. W. S. Pattee, Mrs. P. D. McMillan, Mrs. U. P. Nichols, Mrs. Louis K. Hull, Mrs. C. L. Wells, Mrs. W. N. Porteous. Mrs. .1. S. Bell, Mrs. I"). B. Finch of SI. Paul: Mrs. Thomas Lowry, Mrs. Theo dore L. Schurmeier, .Mrs. Theodore Wetmore. Mrs. P;u-k Ritchie, Mrs. E A. Merrill Mra P. B. Suvder, Mrs. V. T. Ireys, Mrs. Wil liaiii M. Liegett, Mrs. Kll TorranCr', Mrs. F. J. K. Woodbridge and Mrs. G?orge H. Par tridge. DINNERS. The St. Paul German club gave its final cotillion of the season Friday evening, ajt Klks' hall. The ahaperones and receiving ladies were; Mrs. Rums, Mr.-. Ambrose Tighe. >!rs. Sanicp' D. Sturpis and Mrs. W. F. Peet. The ootillion was led by Fitzhugh Burns, clincing with Mies 'Catherine Johnson. Mrs. C. Rcbertson will give a dinner this evening at her residence, Fort Snelling, in honor of Mrs. Hoy. of Stillwater wife of Capt. Hoy. She will be assisted by Mrs. Howard Moreland Pierson, of Chicago and Mrs. M. J. McCann. ' Mrs. E. X. Saunders entertained a com pany of twenty Thursday evening at dinner at her homo on Summit avenue. Mrs. Bark er and Mrs. Ingersoll were the guests of henor. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jacob Mannheimer enter tained a company of twelve at dinner last Sunday evening at their home on Iglehart street for Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Schaler. Mr. ar.d Mrs. J. Watson Smith, of Summit avenue, will entertain the Cyole History cir cle at dinner Pcuirday, Feb. 20. Mrs. J. F. McGuire, of Kent street, gave a dinner Tuesday evening for Martin I J Griffin Jr., of Philadelphia. LUNCHEONS. Mrs. C. J. A. Morris, of Goodrich ave nue, gave a luncheon Thursday afternoon for Mrs. Barker, of Michigan, and Mrs. In gersoll, of Cleveland. Mrs. Mcjris was as sisted in receiving by Mrs. R. M. Newport, Mrs. George B. Young, Mrs. B. J. Abbott Mrs. C. L. Spencer. Mrs. E. N. Saunders, Mrs. M. L. Saunders. Miss Mary Clark, of Holly avenue, gave a luncheon Wednesday afternoon for Miss Canterbury, of Boston. Miss Clark was as sisted in receiving by Mrs. Albert R. Moore, Mrs. William Abbott and Mrs. McNeil V. Seymour. Mr. and Mrs. William Griffith, of Van F.uren street, gave a luncheon Wedni^day afterncon for the members of Comuanioh Lodge No. 32. L. A. t5 the B. of R. T., and their husband?. Mrs. Charles S. Fee. of Dayton avenue, gave a luncheon Tuesday in honor of Miss Smith of Portland. Or. Covers were laid for ten. Mrs. F. T. Parlin entertained a company 'of twelve at luncheon Tuesday afternoon at the Aberdeen. Mice Aida Prey has issued Invitations for a luncheon next Wednesday at the Ryan hotel. Mrs. A. A. White, of Summit avenue, will give a luncheon Tuesday. PERSONALS. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stickney, of Summit avenue, and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Samu«l C. Stickney, of (teodrlch avenue, will leav* THE ST. PAUL GLOBE SUNDAY FEBRUARY 12, 1899. thia week in a private car for Southern Cali fornia, mibs Mlllard, Holly avenue, will ao company lha party. Mra. C. B. Mohaupt. of Clark street, has left for Eau Claire. Wis., where she will be the guest of Mrs. A. F. Halm for a few days, thence departing for Dorchester, where she will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs f F Berelter. Mrs Maurice Auerbaeh. of Summit avenue, win leave Thursday to attend the national convention of the Daughters of (he American Revolution, which take* place In Washington this month. Mrs J. g. M.Williams. Mrs. J. B. Beals and Mis. iharlivj B. Smith will leave this week tor Washington to attend the national oon f£f* s , "/ the "autfiters of the Amercian Revolution. Mrs. V. J. Kamsden and niece. Miss nines of ji9 hu Peter stret;, leave the first of the week -or New Orleans, and Tampa. Fla., where they will spend the rest of the winter. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Schaub of Llnco'u ave nue, have Knne East. Mr. Schaub will attend the merchant tailors' national convention in Detroit. Mich, Miss Leslie, who has been the guest or Mrs. • J. McCouville, Arundel street will re turn to her home in Cleveland. 0., Tuesday. Mrs. Stewart L. Moore, cf Holly aveuue, is entertaining her sister. Mrs. K. -N; Stevens of Chicago. Miss Abbie Warner will have as her guest this week Miss Abbott and Miss Freda Haven of Faribault. Miss Welrh, of Dayton avenue, will have as jaivh n. < HE-r.HTo\. i oi\i>i:a of thi: white cross. Mrs. Jane B. Crelgliton, the founder and president of the White Cro3s association, is one of tho leading women of Portland, Or., aad one of Cho moßt charming and philan thropic spirits on the coast. Her purpos" in organizing the White Cross was to send nuraes to the Philippine islands on the same plan as that Uc.rd by the Kexi Cross. The new organization is national and has been recently given official recognition by the government Besides looking out for the soldiers in the islands the ladies o." the White Cross will care for the families ot the sick or wounded neroee at home. This is an added function to tnoee of the Red Cross. The new organiza- her euest this week ittSß I)e Kay, of Red vi ing. Miss Gertrude Ward, of Summit avenue is entertaining Miss Sherman, of Sioux Falls. Mrs. Waldo Avery, of Detroit, is visiting Mrs. Jerome Platt, of Summit avenue. Mrs. C. W. Hornlck. of Ashland avenue, leaves tonight for Caiifornia. Mrs. L. M. Grover. of Niua avenue, will leave thia evening for Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Cook will leave this week for California. S. S. Small and H. M. Crosby are in Chi cago. DAYTON'S BLUFF. Mrs. Dariua R. Hevener entertained at c-uehre Wednesday afternoon. The rooms were decorated with roses, hyacinths, daffodils palms and ferns. Mrs. Havener was as sisted by Mrs. Robert Deebaeh, the Misses Holl, Jameson. Freeman, Tracy and Middle ton. The prizes were taken by Mrs. Allen KripgcT, Mrs. Omar Scott, Mrs. Aleck Noble. Mrs. Heyderstadt and Miss Freeman. The guests were Mesdames A. B. George C L Tracy. Carl Pattee. George Wickman, George Bonny, William Yon Deyn, William Flfleld, S. P. Spdndler. Edwin G. Spindler, Omar Scott, F. Fleckenstein. Albert Scheffer, Reu ben Warner, Henry Brand, A. P. Rotert, E. H. Horst, J. C. Barber, A. Blankeuberg, H. W. Eddy. J. K. Hoffman, Matthias Holl, Allen Kreiger, C. D. Andrews. Lilah M. Hirst, Jchn Barnacle, J. Hart, J. W. Smith, Edwin Middletcn. W. H. Sleeper, W. D. Benson, A. Johnson, C. G. Titcomb, J. G. Freeman. G. R. Morton. C. J. Miss, O. C. Gersting, H. T. Eachus. F. V. Osborn, T. Burk, J. Perkins, W. W. Hclcomb. H. Stonaker. J. Porter, William Cumbey. the Misses Allison and Abbie Warner. Mrs. Jamrs Sch^onmaker, of Bates avenue, entertained at wbist Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. C. E. Lytle, of Marquette, Mich. Mrs. Schconmaker was assisted by Mrs. W. S. Briggs. Mrs. William Lindeke and Miss Eva MeGinnis. The guests were Mesdames Denis S. Sperrv. J. R. Donohue. C. E. Clark, W. Merrick. Albert Sehuneman. Norval Mar chand, A. E. McCartney, W. S. Brown. H. T. Black, C. E. Wilkinson, C. E. Hamilton. J. P. Larkin. J. S. Whitacre and Denis Follet.t. Judge and Mrs. Schconmaker entertained in formally at whist Thursday evening. The ladiss of the Atlantic church gave a missionary tea Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Hammond. Rev. H. A. Risser gave an address on "Home Mission Work." Music was 'urnished by Mrs. W. W. Lewis and Mrs. J. K. Morrison, Mrs. Hammond was assisted by Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Lewis. Mrs. S. P. Spindler entertained the Dayton's Bluff History class Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. T. Burke, Mrs. LMah Hirst. Mrs. Hayward, Mrs. J. G. Robertson and Mrs. Frank Olm stead took part in the programme. Musical numbers were given by Mrs. Allen Krieger, Ted Simpson and Lyr.n Eddy. Miss Lizzie Good entertained the Lincoln Euchre club Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. Good. The prizes were taken by Mrs. Yould. Mrs. Charles Fontaine, Mrs. Fisher. Mrs. E. M. Atkins and Mrs. Way. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Ray, of Kerwin street. Mrs. Darius R. Hevener entertained in formally Wcdne-sday evening the following young people: Misses Jamreon, Agnes and Johanna Holl, Jennie Tracv and Midileton and Messrs. Carl Heine, Harry Hagaman, Walter Holl, Edward Payte and Frank Hev ener. The. Young Ladies' Society of the Sacred Heart Church gave a 'feuchre party Thursday evening at the hall on Margaret street. Prizes were won by Mrs. Vanderweir, Mrs. McDon ald, Mrs. Pabst, Mr. Kerst, Mr. Conroy and Mr. Rave. The gentlemen of the Young People's Liter ary and Social .club gave a sleighing party Wednesday evening. Supper was served at the home of Adolph Wileken. Mr. and Mrs. Detzer and Mr. and Mrs. Soouen chaperoned the party. Mrs. M. Se.hlatlman entertained the Ladies' Missionary Society of the Dayton's Bluff German M. E. Church Friday afterncon. A programme was given by Mrs. Caroline Wieh man nnd Mrs. A. 1.. Koer.eke. Mrs. O'Neill entertained the Fleur de Lls club Friday afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs. H. Brand. Mrs. Jamea Painter, Mr* Webber. Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Dayton and Mrs. Saundera. Miss Emma Heineman entertained the C'nch club Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. John Seeger. Prizes were won by Mias Cora Bofon, Mrs. Hinrichs, Robert Seeger and Emil Muench. Miss Jane Montgomery entertained the E. O. F. club Friday evening. The prizes were won by Miss Schumacher, Miss Delancy and Miss Agnes Hoatson. Ths Dayton's Bluff Mothers' club will meet Monday afternoon. The subject will be "Kx. ercise: How, When and Where; Carriage of the Body, Etc." The Ladies' Aid Society of the East Pres hvtarian Church met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. E. R. Fludloy, of Reaney ptreet. Mrs. C. 11. Andrew*, of the BttoMd View, en tertained the Ladles" Co-operative Society of the Atlantic Church Thursday afternoon. The Mteae* Burger entertained the Thimble Bee Wednesday. The Bee will meet next \\ednesday with Mrs. Charles Burger. The members of the Capital City Cycle club will entertain Tuesday evening at the club house on East Seventh street. Mrs. SohlaUman has been entertalniue her nephew from A St. ]»vi«, and her son Louis SchlHttman. of Morris, Minn. A number of younK ladies met Friday after noon with the Mls.^s Bohn to organize * cinch club. 4 The young Uien of tlio bluff jjavp a dancing party Friday >yeni(ig at the Irish-American club rooms Mrs. Kdwarji MHJer entertained Saturday afternoon for -the birthday or her duughter, Laura. Mrs. Otto filler and Miss Hamm will on. tei-taln at caSds Monday afternoon. Mia.s Xina riamilton entertained the C. T. U. Sociul club Thurfcday evening. The Dayton's Muff History class will meet Tuesday with-; .Urn. Frank Van Duyne. The Missc ■:< Mertens entertained the Youag Girls' Rending c-lub t Thursday afteruoon. Dr. and .Mrs. Mrnder will entertain the Two- Hour Euchre <-lub sWednesday evening. The Hespcßfan dub will meet Wednesday evening with- Mrs. Fred Smith. _ Mr*. O'Connor entertained the G. P. Euchre club Thuii-day afternoon. The Aid Society of St. John's Church will tion will ultimately unite iv one grand society the orders of Uie Knights or Pythias, the Masons, Odd Fellows, labor unions and Wood men, the Federal ivnions and the Elks. Mrs. Creighion has associated with her In the at tempt to realize the tremendous good work Mrs. Nelson A. Miles, Mrs. Diekins, wife of Commander Dlcklns; Miss Middleton, daugh ter of the domincdbre, and several ladies and gentlemen connected directly or Indirectly with (lie government. A training school will soon be established at Washington and the White Cross bids fair to rival its famous prototype. Its badge is a small white cross set ;n a red field, bordered by a circle of hlue. meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. HiMer deck, 1083 Beech street. Mrs. Ntttieton, of the Marlowe, has re turned from Kansas City. Mrs. E. O. Zimmerman is in N*w Yorlj, EAST. ST^ PAUL A masquerade ball was given Monday evening at Odd Fellows' hall, on E«Bt Seventh street, by the degree team of Forrest ramp M. vv. A. A f«ke walk was danced at 11 "dock, just before the guests unmasked. The first prizes were won by August Cham plan and Edward Karrell, who represented Count Yon Blunienberg and the Irish washer woman. The second prizes were won by Mr. Rooney and Mrs. Johnson. Mr. Cojns and .Miss Berkmeler. The Citizens' orchestra fur nished the music The proceeds will be used to purchase new uniforms for the team. A literary and. musical entertainment will be given next Friday evening in Odd Fellows' hull on Payne avenue, under the auspices at the H. B. gtowe Sisterhood No. 11 of Daughters of Malta. The following pro gramme will be given: Piano solo Miss (-.loser: recitatien, Miss Addie Knapp Japanese fan drill, chorus of children- piuio solo Mrs. M heighten; song. Mr. Whitaker; recitation, Mr. Johnson; piano solo Prof I'enwick: recitation T. Voght: vocal soloi Miss Mclntrye: recitation, Miss Mohaunf song, Mr. Smith: voca! duet, Mr. Myron and Mrs. Jenkins; piano eolo. Prof. Fenwick song. Mrs. llermsmiOh: song. Miss Wood. The executive committee of the Cleveland School Mothers' club held a meeting Wednes day evening at. the horns or Mrs. Pllne. Ar rangements were made for the next meet ing, to be held next Tuesday afternoon This is a newly organized club, with a member ship of 50 and an attendance of 100 ladies at last meeting. ', Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, of Bedford street gave a progressive euchre party Tuesday evening. Miss Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs Wil liam Jones and Mr. McFarland won the high scores. The party was given In honor of their tenth wedding anniversary. Miss Adella Shields, of Burr street enter tained at a topic social Friday evening for her cousin. Missis Anna Shields." of Barraboo Wis. Musical selections were given by Miss Maggie Mitcheson. Miss Shields and others The Arlington Hills Mothers' dub wili meet next Wednesday in John Ericsson school at 4 p. m. Rev. Homer C. Ashcraft will address the mothers. Subject will be "Chil dren's Enemies." Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Curtis, of Collins street entertained last evening. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Monroe and Mr and Mrs. Frank Wilson. An oyster supper was served. The Trainmen's Social club will be enter tained next Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hooper, on York street. The reading circle will meet next Monday evening with George Brack, of John street. Subject will be Minnesota. Miss Bessie Elliott, of Sheldon Io was a guest of Mrs. S. A. Farnsworrh, of Case street, during the week. Miss Grace Allen, the recent guest of Mrs F. R. Curtis, of Collins street, has returned to Anandale, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes, of Pine street en tertained the Silver Spoon Cinch club Thurs day evening. Miss Alice SHnson. the recent guest of Mrs. P. Dowd. of Reaney street, has returned to Stillwator. Mrs. Daggett. of Burr street, entertained friends from Wahpeton, S. D. during the week. Mrs. Gregory.' of "Duluth avenue. Is enter taining Mies Nellie Marsden, of Eau Claire Wie. Mrs. Eleanor Good will entertain at a Valentine party next Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. .Wood are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. P. Quiulevan, of St. Cloud. Mrs. C. B. llohaupt; of Clark street, is visiting in Eau "Claire. Wis. Mrs. Charles Johnson has returned from Butte, Mont. Mrs. S. J. Northfleld has gone to Erin "Wis. WEST ST. PAUL. Tfie benefit ent<?rtainr»?nt given Wednesday evening at Martin's hall for the Gillett sister 3 drew a large crowd. Ff W\ Baer had charge of the programme, and he was ably assisted by Mrs. L. Rutherford. The programme con sisted of vaudeville numbers and was followed by dancing. Hilyard's orchestra furnishing the music. Mesdames Ruth?rford. Gillette and Baer had charge in the dining room. The ladies of St. Michael's church gave a card party, followed by dancing, Tuesday evening at Martin's hall. About 3)0 people were present. Prizes were won by Miss Kate Egan and J. P. Ryan. An orchestra fur nished music for dancing. The Woman's Home and Foreign Mission- W Northwestern Food # % ft Industrial Exhibition 2| n Will open its doors to the public \mj\ |f» MOND/VY, FEB. 13, /VT I P. M. W . ... FOR ONE. WEEK ... T&& is the Second Annual show, and in every respect equal to the a[\<P JS7 food shows of New York and other cities. There will be, in Yfay -fß* addition to the food features, a full and complete showing of the /$\ lip Manufacturing Interests of St. Paul. iM aB&L Every one should attend, see and learn about the goods made AT fe?J^f J^llr HOME. Those interested in good food properly prepared will be v^^ *y 1 pleased to learn that Mrs. Armstrong, the celebrated authority on :^^> jiT c . ulinar y matters, will lecture daily and give practical demonstra- frj^tff <C.||ls tions at 2p. m. M^< !|j& /Admission to Exposition, *l|j» <jJL Including Lectures, Only IO Cents. j|tf ary Society of the Weu'tminater Presbyte rian Church will meet next Thursday after noon with Mrs. Anna Hawthorne, of Prescott street. .Mrs. D.. W. Ringer and Mrs. P. Flynn will read papers. The ladies of Amension church held a mis sionary tea Wednesday from 3 to 6 p. m. : at tho Ossmaim residence, on Wins-low ave nue. Mesdames C. L. Spalding. G. W. Sinks, T. L. Bayard, P. L. Graves and Miss Kstelle Niehol'son assisted. Mrs. J. B. West, of East Congress street, was pleasantly surprised Friday evening by about forty of her friends. Dancing and cards made the evening pasa most pleaisantly. An elegant supper wag served at midnight. Mr. J. Crite, of Deloe street, was pleas antly surprised Wednesday evening by a num ber of his friends. Music and dancing and cards made the time pans most plea-santly. Supper was served by the ladies. The Junior Christian Endeavor Society of the Hebron Baptist Church will hold a Val entine social Tuesday evening at the home ! of Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Gamble, 260 Mid way avenue. Rev. Jung and Miss Jung, of West George street, are ente-rtatnlng Mteu< Edith Ju;:g and Messrs. Frank Jung, John Kahuer, ,M. Schneider, all from Le Sufur, Minn. Judge and Mrs. O. B. Lewis and Dr. and ! Mrs. V. J. Hawkins entertained the Thursday Night club last Thursday evening at the Lewis residence on Wiuslow avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Perry, of East Winifred street, wilt celebrate their crystal wedding anniversary tomorrow evening by -entertain j ing a large company. Harmony camp, R. N. A., will hold a pro gressive euchre party and quilt raffle Monday evening at their hall in the Thompson block. The Nil Desperanduru Euchre club will meet next Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Auetead. of West Congress street. Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Gamble, of Midway avenue, entertain the Hebron Baptist Mis sionary Study cla&ji tomorrow evening. Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Johnson, of East Win ifred street, were host and hostess to the W. R. B. P. Euchre club Friday evening. Frank Pirkle and Mrs. Jani&h were united in marriage Thursday morning by Rev. Father Jung at St. Matthew's church. Miss Jenni;< Stein, of East Winifred street, has Invitations out for a Valentine party to be given next Tuesday evening. Mrs. W. R. Woods, of Kast Congress street, will entertain the Ladies' Afternoon Study class nest Friday afternoon. Miss Edith Pierson will give a valentine party fur her friends next Tuesday 1-vuning at her home on Delos street. 9Bk Ella Kuthfcfford. of East Winifred street, entertained Thursday evening for Miss Downing, of Merriam Park. Miss Anna Withy, of Concord street, enter tained the Young Ladies' Afternoon Euchre club Wednesday afternoon. Miss Annie Kingland. who has been visiting the past week at her home at Boone, 10., re turned yesterday. Mrs. E. M. Fullington. of Prospect terrace, returned borne the past week from a four months' visit in Vermont. Mrs. Louise Degraff Wolff is the gue.:<t 01 Mrs. W. 13. Floyd and Mrs. Jeannette Mul ford, of Ottawa avenue. Coeur de Leon Commandery No. 218, K. M., gave a private dancing party in the K. P. hall Friday evening. Mrs. S. M. Arnold, of Baker street, enter tained lady friends at a thimble bee last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. J. 31. Searles, of Stillwater, is the j guest of her sister, Mrs. L. T. Chambeiiain, of Cherokee avenue. Mrs. Frank Baer. of East Robie street, en tertained the ladies of the Ascension church Thursday afternoon. Mrs. M. A. Vierling and son, Frank, of Hall avenue, are visiting Mrs. 11. C. Koerner, of Shakopee, Minn. Mrs. Andrew Glascow, of Ashland, Wig., is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Develln, of Eaet Isabel street. Mrs. F. MacN'amara, of East Dearborn street, has returned from spending the win- j tor in New York. Miss Minnie Coates. of Boston. Mass., is the guest of her uncle, Mr. D. A. Coates, of East Colorado street. The Acacia Bicycle club gave a dancing par ty last evening at Workman hall, oa Green wood avenue. Miss Mary O'Connor, of Bunker street. Is home from McCaulisville for a few weeks' vacation. , Mr. Steve Westbrook, of West Congrass street, entertained at dancing laat Friday evening. The Kensington Tea club met Wednesday i afternoon with Mrs. Otto Lucas, of Concord 1 street. Miss Minnie Ossmann, of Winslow avenue, j entertained the Y. P. S. of Ascension Church. | Miss Margaret Carroll entertains the ' Young People's Whist club Monday evening. 1 Miss J. Provoncher, of East Congress street, | entertained informally Thursday evening. Peter Martin, of East Winifred street, en tertained at cards Tuesday evening. Master Frank Keck, of Bidwell street, has returned from a visit at Mid vale. Miss May Schrieber, of West Delos street, entertained Tuesday evening. Charles Pierce, of Bidwell street, has re turned from Point Douglas. Mrs. Van Meter entertained the Helpful club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. F. Ord?man. of Prescott street, enter tained Friday afternoon. Miss L. Thompson entertained the C. B. K. Literary club Monday. SOUTH_ST. PAUL The Episcopal Church of South St. Paul held a benefit entertainment at the city hall Tuesday evening, which was a great success, j The Youug Ladies' Society of St. Augus- 1 tine's Church will give a dance at the city hall Monday evening, Feb. 13. John A. Lytle, of St. Paul, visited his brother, George L. Lytle, and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Skinner, of South Park, vis ited Mr. T. Williams and family Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Purvis, of West St. Paul, visited Mr. aud Mrs. Joe Battle. Mr. M. Gahan and family have moved Into the Camden home. The South Park Woodmen gave a supp?r and ball Wednesday, Feb. 8. Mr.»G. Kramer is away on a visit to friends in Chicago Mr. Craig, of Chicago, is visiting Mr. Joe Battle. HAMLINEJJNIVERSITY. The annual debate between the Philo mathean and Amphietyon soceti^s occurred In the chapel Friday evening. The debate was J ....A WORDOF CAUTIOM.... * \ INTELLIGENT COMPARISON IS ALWAYS WISE. fT % NEW : FINE. PERFECT. £ JWhen compared with worn-out instruments, or second-hand & at "Sacrifice" prices, or shop-tired good* at alleged X clearance sales, admit of but ©ne verdict. m JTHE QUESTION FOR YOU is thi»: Where do I g-et most value and the best guarantee? When J% $you can buy a good new Piano f^j ▼ $162.60 $ 5 your bump of caution will induce careful investigation. . . B ,W. J. Oyei* & 8r0... Largeit Music House in the Xorthweit Sole Agents for SteinwHy aud Knabe Pianos. 2 1-23 W. FEffth St., St. Paul, Minn, S ! "Shputd the United States enter .Into an of- I fensive and defensive a.ili,-iacs with Great ! Britain, provided that the L'nit« d Statc-s has I assumed charge of '.he PtUiippißea and Span | ish W?st Indies (exo;pi;ni? Cuba), and tiiat i mutual consent 3h;i!l be necessary fcr waging ; common war." The Auiphicyt .ms were rop i resented by \V. E. lii'k.m W. W. Voting and !J. L. Silvernail, who won th* <ii.-r.ate. T!ic Phiiomatheaivs wer? the affirmative and they were re-pic-ented by Frank Drill, Fred Cole niau and S. B. Dyer. F;cl Colemand, W. W. Young and J. S. Siiv?rmar. were chosen to enter the Intercollegiate debate at Carleion college. Miss Dolly Adarc.i entertained a party of i college friends at her home on Friday Even ing. Among those present were: Mi«srs ,'<s eie Evans. Winnie Bloonineld, Low Webb, Grar-e BlnpJiam. Esther Oolbey, Mesbrs. Lew ! Merritt. Lucl&n Merritt, G. M. Snodcrass, .James Merritt and Roy Bedlam. i Miss E. Meecham entertained a party cf ■ Red Wing young people at ftor honit. Those ; present were Misses Bessi*- and ZedJe Gates. ! Lucy Rich. Fauny Hoyt, Lillian Laurer, S;b>l ' Hoyt, Nellie Sturtevant, Grace Benham. LyJia ; and Gertrude Libbey and Metors. Benhain, Stout. Libbey, Rich and McGiveron. Dr. George H. Brldgman is In New Yiok on busings. Among other things he will pur- J chase 1.000 books for the university library. | On next Thursday evening the Juniors will be received by the freshmen in the university ; parlor.?. Wednesday evening the Philoraatheans were j entertained by the Drowning £t a spider web j party. Miss Clare Snerry entertained Miss Whit- Ing. of Nu-rthfield, th ! first of the week. The sophomores are planning for a valen tine party Tuesday. HAMLINE. Tuesday afternoon the Ilamline Fortnight ! ly club met with Mrs. Helen M. Evans. Mt^s | Cora -Montgomery had charge of the current ; events. Mrs. S. M. Kirkwood read a paper • on "Religious Freedom During the Struggle j of the United States for Territory and Inde | pendenee." Mrs. E. E. Mc-Crea read a pa i per pn "Lord Baltimore and Roger Williams. Mr. and Mrs. D. Williams entertained at a progressive ?inch party on Thursday even ing. Mrs. Walter Ryan and J. Dans won the prizes. Mrs. Norman Larson entertained at a card party on Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Wood and Mrs. McNamara won the prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shannon have had as | their guests the past week thoir grandson and his mother, of Michigan. Mrs. W. F. Coffin entertained the wives of I the postßl clerks on Monday afternoon in a | very delightful manner. Miss Emerson, of St. Cloud, and Carl Ward, i of Alexandria, have been the guests of Mr. i and Mrs. Wm. Ewing. Mrs. C. L. Webber entertained Mr. and Mrs. Wakefleld, of Minneapolis, at dinnvr Monday. y Mrs. C. I. Humphrey is pn Certain ing her brother-in-law, L. T. Meecham, of Plain view. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Mill 3 cele brated their forty-fourth .wedding annivers ary. W. T. Rich had as a guest the past week M. E. S. Henry, of Montevideo. •Miss Lillian Ewing, of Glenwood, Is the guest of Mrs. Wm. Ewing. Miss Alice Humphrey Is in Plainview. MERRIANLPARK. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Eastman entertained a party of friends at duplicate' whist Thurs day evening at their home on Iglehart street. About thirty of their down- town friends gave a surprise to Dr. and Mr 3. Hendersan Wednesday evening. Arthur P. Moore, of Dubuque, 10., is the gue^t of his brother. H. S.. Moore, on St. Anthony avenue. Rey. and Mrs. Covert gave a reception for the young people of the Presbyterian church Friday evening. The Daughters of the Kins wiK hold a special meeting Monday afternoon with Miss Mary Cowles. Mrs. G. C. Wa'.ler will entertain the Ladies' Society of the Presbytorian Church Friday afternoon. A. P. Swanstrom, of Milwaukee avenuo. is entertaining his brother, Lieut. F. E. Swans strom. W. H. Chandler, of Fernnia avenue, i 3 en tertainir.g J. 11. Haley, of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Dufre ne rnlerialned thi3 woc-k J. H. Klngwell, of Denver, Col. Mr&. George E. Williamson is visiting friends in Morris. Minn. Dr. B. A. Phillips is home from Boston. ST. ANTHONY PARK. The Women's Club of the Church of Our h ,i i^ r k" ' SlVe their ailnual Washing ,n ball Feb. 22 in Central hall. Dr. ai:d Mrs. C. M. Cannon left Tuesday for Cherokee, 10., to attend the golden weddinf ot Dr. Cannon s parents. The ladles of the Episcopal church gave a card party Friday at the home of Mrs J I! McDermott. The Raker branch of the Mothers' club will meet Wednesday afternoon in the Baker school. The Ladies' Guild of St. Matthew's Chur-fc will meet Tuesday with Mrs. Walter mil. Dean and Mrs. W. M. Liggett have K nni to New Orleans to attend the Murdi Gras. Mra. H. S. Stevenson entertained at dinn-t on Wednesday. Covers were laid for ten. Mrs. Virginia C. Meredith is attending iht farmers' convention In Vickaburg. Miss. I The Women's Club of the Liberal Church | met Tuesday with Mrs. J. J. Merrill. The Wah-tah-was will give an entertain ment some time this month. The History class met Friday morning wlta Mrs. llaecker. MACALESTER. " The young ladies of the Park who have been entertained by the members of the Phil adelphian society will give a party for that society Monday evening in Eutrophian hall. A valentine social, or "heart party " will be given Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. H, A. Rrewster on Snelling avenue. The Married People's club met Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ingalls at their home on Vernon avenue. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church met Friday afternoon with Mrs P T. Jackson. The freshmen class will be entertatnf.'l Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Printcle in St. Paul. The Young Women's C'liristiau associatica save a reception Friday evening at "The Elms." Miss Oakley has returned to her home in Buffalo. Minn. "Original Albrecht Furs" Aro the only furs on whose style and quality yoi» can bank every time. Wo make 'cm ourselves— sell 'em ourselves. N > one else makes or cleats in 'em. Our b>K catalogue is mailed fr>r the asking. It tells things about our furs we haven't space for here. E Albrecht The leading o C/\« fur House of St. Paul CC 0011, and America. 2 0 E. 7tll St.