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Tli- festival of "Wi-i'sKnic." the one soli
tary .social ossifi In th< otherwise dreary
il-s.T! of Lent, hot come and pone. For
;l brief while, beauty, en masque, joined in
carnival rreels. <;..«!!.■: In a quaint, old
time frdck'. with bright eyes peering mys
.■•-!>■ through the black mask, the Len
ten maid took a brief diautrhr cf the pleas
ures „ social tif< and then hied, herself ae
corous] h;-v clubs and her devo
tions, %■- ! . ; h must suffice her from now until
Raster. However, tin tetter festival is no
longer tar away. There is already a sugges
tion at ~:>riiij. in the :.ir. certainly a good
nion : nan a suggestion in the shop
windows and s< in th< spring girl, the fore
runner of that dainty maiden, the summer
th array* d most bewitcMng
|v for conquest.
• • •
The carnival supper, given Thursday even
llnton B. llersey. of
Laurel avenue, at which so many unique
ir«s were most charmingly carried out.
refleri era; -r. .ii: on the Ingenuity of the
who planned me affair. Originality
in socia .. is gr atly appreciated
i>> the smai set. aud in this instance the
■i d ;, distinct Bucc( sa. The
; . Miss Livingston. Miss Violet
Dousaian, \tiss Bunn, Mls« LHla Finch, Miss
Virginia Uousman, Misi Pope, Miss Elsie
{•ope Mil \tb:c Livingston. Miss Mend.
Ferguson, Miss Fineir, Miss Ruth Hill.
Miss Johnton. Miss Clara Hill, Miss Furness,
Miss Gorzian, Miss Stickney, Miss. Jefferson,
Mi <s ii ugh Miss Forepaugh, Miss Horn,
Miss Par' x, Miss Lanpher, Miss Hansom.
gaun.-lers MUs Hammond, Miss Millard;
Mr. Ed llalbert. Mr MaePherson, Mr. C.
llalbert v. Monfort. Mr. Louis Hill, Mr.
Warm r. M - W. Finch, Mr. Light
ner Mr Thompson and Mr. c. Nelson, of
Stillwater: Mr Hewitt, Mr. Davis, Mr. W.
W. Price. Mr. W. Driscoll, Mr. Porter. Mr.
Upbam, Mr. Tarbox, Mr Forepaugß. Mr W.
.>nr,z\) Mr. Boyle, Mr. Stone, Mr. Lin
deke, Mr. E. w. Durant, of Stlllwater; Mr.
Shepa'd and Mr. il. Halbi rt.
Frank Lightner, of West Fifth street, gave
m dinner Friday evening in honor of Miss
Mghtner of Detroit. Mlcb. The guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lighlner, Miss Light
ner and the y iing men of Poverty Hats.
FUTURE PLEASURES.
The Sacred Thirst Total Abstinence society
xvill hold an open meeting at Cretin hall
Wednesday evening. March If., at S o'clock.
Mrs Bessie Lay the Scovell, Btate president of
tli.- W C. T. 1., and .1. J. Regan, state
president of ti).= Catholic Total Abstinence so
ciety, will be the speakers. A short musical
programme will be rendered.
The Ladies' Auxiliary to th: Railway Postal
clerks' association will pive a musi-al and
literary entertainment Wednesday evening at
Central hall. The programme will be followed
by ;i banquet.
Tin- Dayton's Hiuff Mothers' club will meet
tomorrow afternoon in the Van Buren school.
The Rev. Mr. Lewis will speak on the 'Prob
lem of Discipline; Cause and the Results of
I!a.1 Conduct."
The members of ("onstt-liatio:; chapter, Or
der of Eastern Star, will Rive a fair anfl
K.H-ial March L' 2at Masonic Temple. The
committee b .Mrs. Williams. Mrs. Scott and
Mrs. Yates.
The Jolly Four « ; 1I >:iYf a dancing party
Wednesday evening af Sherman hall. Miss
Steiner. Miss Atihison. the Misses Mildred
and Laura ("hauler compose the committee.
A i aid party will be given Wednesday even
liiK at tiie residence of Mr. and Mrs. George
Neff. l::4 Congress street. Clinlou flats, by the
Ladies' Auxiliary to the B. of R. T.
Miss Nellie White wlil cr.tertain the Con
g.MT-;il Sixteenth at progressive euchre to
morrow afternoon «t ht-r Lome on South
Victoria street.
The White Flyer Cycle rlub will give a
dancing party at Sherman liall St. Patrick's
night, March 17. Pepin's orchestra will play
for ih< dancing.
The Ladies' Auxiliary to 'be Brotherhood
of Locomotive Engineers will give their next
card party Wednesday afternoon at Odd Fel
lows halt.
Slbley Circle No. r.. Ladies of the G. A. R. t
Kill Rive ;i brogressive eu?hre and cinch
party ;\: Cental ha.l Monday evening.
The St I'i'Ul council, Independent Order
of Traveling Men. will Rive a <-ard party
Saturday Evening at El*s; liall.
Mr. Miid Mrs. Ralph Allison, of Bates aye
nu°. have Issued Invitations for a progressive
euenre Tuesday evening.
The L. I. A. society will meet at the home
of Mrs. !■'. Butzin, Valley street, Thursday
afternoon.
The Ladies of th( (".. A. R. will give a
eui-hrf party Tuesdaj evening at the Windsor
hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. li. 11. Merrlck, of Carroll
;■; informally next Thurs
d. v
Mr. ;uid Mrs-. E. C Blsbee, of the Newport,
will entertain at euchre i.exr Friday even-
PLEASURES PAST.
Mrs. Joseph H. Smith entertained at euchre
Fr;.!:iy afternoon a: her home, on Martin
street. Mrs. Smith x\v.> assisted by Mrs.
Alfred Guiterman, Miss Goodman and Miss
l»wenstein. Those present were: Mr?. Herz,
Mrs. [rs. Vandersluis, Mrs. Fisch
b In Mi.--. Damler, Mis. WYis. Mrs. Greve,
Mrs. (i lod] md, .\ir>. Sternbrrg. Mrs.
Irs. Weill, M:s. Gravel!. Mrs.
Mrs. Diva?, Mr?. Lambert. Mrs.
Wirth, Mrs. Strauss. Mrs. Westhelmer. Mrs.
1. Rose, Mrs. Ambrose Guiterman, Mrs. Lro
Guiterman. Mr.--. BergmeSer, Mrs. Meyer, Mrs.
Bechoefer Mrs. Solomon, Mrs. Mannheimer,
Mrs. Weiskopf. Mrs. Dittenhofler, Miss Gui
t.i-r:i: in and Miss Grei m .
Mrs. T 3 !■'. Hayes gave a euchre
Tuesday afternoon at her home, on Lincoln
avenue Those :i??i-:Unp were Mrs. Wall,
Macdonald. Mrs. Jaasen and Mrs. Lent- |
han. The parlors wt-n decorated with cut !
Bow <rs and smilax. Prizes were won by Mrs.
Germain. Mrs. Ploody. Miss Koche and Mrs.
Spiel. Those present were: Mrs. Fisher,
Mr--. Hutchins, Mrs. Y.ai'.d. Mrs. Kilshaw,
Mrs. O'Rourke. Mrs. Macdonald, Mrs. Fon
tatn, Mrs. F'.oody. Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Speil,
■Mr... Roche, Mrs. Milham, Mrs. Penny, Mrs.
Wall, Mrs. Germain, Mrs. Lenihan, Mrs.
■ .-. ■ .: Mis> Fisher.
Mr. P. Van Hi, vi n was surprised by a num- |
li.t of his friends la-t Thursday evening in
h-.>n ii- nf his birthday. Cards were played,
prize-. In :;ig won by Sirs. Penny. Miss Tliuct
and Mrs A. Ctz, Mr. J. Ctz, Mr. M. Heck I
«n<i Mr. A. l"tz. The pvic¥t.= were Mr. and
Mrs ■■' Schade. Mr and Mr-. A. Utz, Mr. and
!. Utz. Mr. and Mrs. M. Heck. Mr. and I
Mis Enright, .Mr. and Mrs. Pau'.us. Dr and j
-. .Miss !■:. Thuett, Miss E. Reinke,
A. Funk, Mr. L. Bruner, Mr. L. Ess
wein Mr. L Arbogast, Mr. G. Funk, Mr.
I - --- . l Thuet. Mr. i!. Esscwein. Mr. Geysel. |
■.-.'. E. Hoyi Division No. 125. Ladies'
Auxiliary to th« Brotherhood of Locomotive
Engineers, met Wednesday afternoon, March
1 at * ■•": '■ Fellows' hall, .-nd elected the fol
for th< <n.-uing year: Presi-
Mrs. J. W. Sullivan; vice president,
Mrs. P. J. Conley; secretary, Mrs. John J.
Gavii ••-. Mrs. NellU E Xeedham;
chaplain Mrs .li:mes Morton; pruide. Mrs. P.
I, Mrs. L. P. Bailey. The
newly elected officers *vi!l be installed
Wednesday afternoon, April B.
Mr. and Mrs. Mu:>t. of Midway avenue,
entertained at. cards Friday evening. Those
pr- Mr. and Mrs. Weber, Mr. and
Mrs. Gould. Mr. nnd Mrs. Snunders, Mr. and
Mrs ■-'■ - Mr. and Mrs. MuUrath. Mr.
and Mr 1 -. T->: v:, Mrs. Hurley, Mr. liclineer.
Mr. and Mrs. McManon. Mr. and Mrs.
Ryan, M-scs Huxley, Weber and llolinger.
and Mr. McGrath.
St. Anthony Social i-lub gave a prize
maa [uerqde at Sherman hal Honda; evening.
The Drift winners were: Best, dressed lady,
Miss Jennie .I-hnson: best dressed gent, F. M.
Totil ; nomtc lady, Miss Emma Lund: comic
gent. Mr. Gulttaxd; group, T. Larkin. B.
Larkin, !■". Hoyt, J. Peford and C. Smith.
The Tuesday afternoon Euchre club met
with Mrs. Kemjj, on C'ortlaud street. Prizes
were takeD by Mrs. Morrieon, Mrs. Cushing,
anrt Mrs. Bojton. The next euchre will be
with Mrs. Flood, 110 York street,- next Tues
day.
Mr ;uid Mrs. Stephen A. ?tom\ of Laurel
avenue, gave a rei eptioo Thursday after
noon. The hostess was assisted by Miss
Ruby K. Duke, of Bay City. Mich., and
Miss blaribel B. Conrad.
Mr. ;Mid Mrs. Theodore P. V. Hayes, of
Lincoln avenue, celebrated ihe twentieth an
nlversary of tlieir wedding Tuesday evening.
Relatives and intimate friends of tbo fam
ily were present.
Mrs. i. <". Simmons, of Marshall avenue,
gave? a coffee Thursday afternoon for the la
dies of Constellation chapter. Order of East
ern Star.
Miss nampier, of Selby avenue, enter
tained InformaUy Wednesday evening for
Miss Ruth Duteher. of Stillwater.
Mrs. Oscar Rittenberg. of East Ninth street,
en.'en j i.r.i ' at cards Friday afternoon and
evi-nii .
Mrs. Sigrcund Sir.ai!. of Se'.b}' avenue, < n
tf-r.'aiu'd the Flemifih club yosterday aftor
mooa.
miss Margarel Xoian, <f i.'p.iroll £f.re2t,
ga\e ; .i informal musical Thursday eveuing.
WEDDINGS.
ftlus Elizabeth Sophia Durham, daughter
of Mrs. Elizabeth M. Durham, and Lieut. Eas
ton Rutledge Gibson, of St. Louis, were mar
ried Tuesday evening at the home of the
bride's grandmother, Mrs. J. H. Simpson, 2
Munroe place. Dr. John Wright, of bt.
Paul's Episcopal church, performed the cere-
OMOy. Only relatives, aud a few intimate
friends were present. The maid of honor waa
Miss Jennie Durham; the bridesmaid.3, Miss
Simpson and MUs Ferguson, and the best
man, Raymond E. Durham. Lieut, and Mrs.
Gibson left tor New York, where Lieut. Gib
son's regiment is stationed.
The marriage of Miss Li'.lian Marie Danz
and Michael Edward Deflel occurred Wednes
day afternoon at the home of the bride's par
ents, on Tilton street. The brid* wis attended
by her eouSfh. Miss Grace Dauz. The brides
maids were Miss Emma lianini, Miss Lillian
Kranke, Miss Hedwtg Lemke and Miss Grace
Rhodes. Mr. Jacob Stocking, of St. Louis j
was best man. and Mr. George J. Danz and
Henry Deflel acted as ushers. The ceremony ]
waa performed by Rev. C. D. Andrews, of j
Christ church. Mr. and Mrs. Deflel will be at
home after June 1, at 236 Pleasant avenue.
Miss Ellen Louise Dwight Coburn and Law
rence Church Jefferson were married at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H A Coburn. Arundel street. Wednesday
afternoon. The ceremony was performed by
Rev Carl W. Scovel. of the House of Hope
church The bridesmaid was Miss .Daisy
Dwight of Albert Lea. and Rufus W. Jeffer
son was the be.-t man. Mr. and Mrs. Jef
ferson will be at home after April 16, at
Gracevil'.e. Minn.
DINNERS AND
Mrs B. M. V:>u Vorhees gave a luncheon
Thursday afternoon a: her home on Mar
shall avenue for Mrs. Hinman. of Chicago
and Mrs. Moore, of Arcola: Mr.-. Day and
Mrs Eusene Shaw, of Eau Claire, and Mrs.
W. H. Richardson.
Mrs -\ K. Pruden. of Aahia id avenue, en
tertained st luncheon Thursday for Mr*.
Willard Starr, of Detroit, Mich. Covers were
laid for twelve.
Mr and Mrs. R. C. White, of Marshall
avenue, will entertain at dinner Thursday
for J. 'J. Berry, of Chicago.
Mis' Eleanor Ware entertained a company
of twelve Thursday evening In honor of Miss
Goodwin, of New Jersey.
PERSONAL MENTION.
Joseph Hsrty left Friday for Montgomery,
where he will be married to Miss Katherine
McNamara, daughter of Rev. Mr. McNamara,
of that city. Mr. and Mrs. Harty will be at
home after April 1 at UK! De Soto street.
Mrs. George F. Hall has returned on the
Kaiser Wilhelm from Paris, and is now in
New York with her husband, visitiug her
mother, and will arrive in St. Paul about
March 20.
Leo. A. Guiterman lias returned from New
York, accompanied by Mrs. 11. Elson, who
will be the guest of Mrs. Guiteruiau. of Day
ten avena<\
.Mrs. C. H:irtmau and daughter A.mi, of
Mankato, Minn., are temporarily making their
home with George T. Hartnun, BC4 Margaret
street.
Miss Elizabeth Duggan, of De Soto street,
has retun.ed from a visit in Duluth aud
West Sunerior.
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Molloy, who have been
visiting in the East, will return Thursday.
DAYTON'S BLUFF.
Mrs. Charles Weinhagt:n, of Bates avenus,
entertained at euchre Thursday afternoon.
The decorations were roses, carnations, tu
!ips, palms, ftrns and smllax. Mrb. Weinha
gen was assiited Miss Anna Seeger, Miss Ma
mie Reinhardt. Miss Alice Yon Deyn, Miss
Mary Kolb and Miss Gussie Stein. The prizes
were awarded to Mis. Omar Scott. Miss Grace
Stein, Mrs. G. Stamm, Mrs. Edward Zimmer
man and .Mrs. Ferdinand Stock.
Mrs. Roper, of the Zimmerman flats, enter
tained the Dayton's Blufi History class Tues
day afternoon. A musical and literary pro
gramme was rendered, the following ladies
diking part: Miss Clara Slotterbec. Miss Car
rie Krieger, Mrs. T. Burke. Mrs. Nionhauser,
Mrs. Lilaii M. Hirst and Mrs. Brink.
The Lincoln Euchre club met Wednesday
afternoon with Miss Berrisl'ord. Prizes were
won by Mrs. E. M. Mkins, Mrs. Vo-ald. Mrs.
Wall, Miss Kate Kelly and Mrs. O'Rourke.
Mrs. Ray, of Kervvin street, will entertain
the cluib next.
Miss Clara Flieglcr entertained the Bach
elor Belles Friday afterucon. High scores
were made by Miss Stella Fliegler and Miss
Birdie Shinners. The club will meet Friday
afternoon with Miss Alice Yon Deyu.
The Dayton's BlutT Woman's Christian Tem
perance union will give a musical Wednes
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ralph
Brunson. Mrs. Hayv.ard and Mr.s. Northrup
have charge of the programme.
The C. T. U. club will hold a special meet
ing Tuesday evening at the home of Miss
Nina Hamilton, The regular meeting of the
club will be held Tuesday. March 21, with
Miss Florence Baker.
The Dayton's Bluff Mother's club will meet
Monday afternoon in the Van Buren school.
Ki:\. W. W. Lewis will talk on "The Problem
of Discipline; Cause ond Results of Bad
Conduct."
Miss Cora Bonn entertained the Cinch club
Monday evening. Mrs. Emil Mucnch. Miss
Therese Mueneh and Miss Ida Bonn won the
prizes.
.Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Allison, of Bates ave
nue, have issued invitations for a euchre
party Tuesday evening.
\V. L. Bueksen, of Blooming Prairie, vis
ited his sister, Mrs. E. Wielde, the latter part
of the week.
Mrs. Richard Johnstons entertained Miss
Schlitz and Mies E. Lind, of Rochester, Minn.,
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Pulsifer and Miss Pulsifer
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Smith.
The Dayton's Bluff History class will meet
Tuesday afttri oon with Mrs. Burke.
The Fleur de Lis club meet Friday after
noon with Mrs. George Webber.
Mrs. George Webber will entertain the Hes
perian club Wednesday evening.
Mrs. M. A. Mounts, of Hudson avenue, is
entertaining Miss Sioddard.
Miss Millie Malone entertained at eaids. and
dancing Friday evening.
Mrs Bachman entertained the Thimble Bte
Wednesday afternoon.-
Miss Sophie Johnson entertained informal
ly Friday evening.
-\ir. and Mrs. Hunter and Mrs Gilmartla
are In Canada.
Mrs Fred Haller entertained at cards Sat
urday evening.
MERRIAM PARK.
St. Marks' church will give a lecture and
concert Friday evening, March 17. Dr. A.
Carey will speak of Irish customs, and there
will be several musical numbers rendered.
H. J. Gille, A. W. Zahm, Clarence Scott
and A. C. Boyd attended the banquet given
by the societies of electricians of the two
cities at the West hotel Friday evening.
The Bible class mot Wednesday evening in
the parlors of the Presryterian church. Pa
pers were read by Mis* Caroline Austin, Mrs
G. C. Waller and Mr. K. R. Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. H. It. Gearcy, of Iglehart
street, enttrtaincd their niece, Mrs. E. C.
Goarey Jr. and two children Thursday and
Friday of this week.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E. .Church
will hold a special meeting Tuesday after
noon at the home of J. T. Crider, of Mil
waukee avenue.
Mrs. A. J. Trumbull will entertain the
Cosmopolitan club Wednesday, March 15
Subject for study, "The Art and Artists of
Germany."
A number of the friends of Master Nor
man Stevens enjoyed a sleigh ride to Min
nehaha and Fort Snelling Saturday after
noon.
The Olivet Ladies' Aid society will meet
at the home of Mrs. D. T. Brooks 435 Lynn
hurst avenue, Friday afternoon, March 17.
The Ladies' Aid Society o-f Trinity Church
held its regular monthly meeting with Mrs.
George S. Wiseman Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rogers, of Iglehart
street, entertained air. and Mrs. \ w Dav
enport, of Minneapolis, last evening.
Drs. Cofob and Berkley have opened an of
fice on the corner \f Western and Selby ave
nues, over Frost's drug store.
Mrs. Frances Utt^=r. of Minneapolis was
the guest o? her nephew, A. P. Utter and
family, durmg the week.
The U. M. O. club will give an apron and
necktie party at Woodruff hall. Saturday
evening, March 18.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Squire, of Milwaukee aye
! iiue. are entertaining Miss Frankettu Dresser
of Berlin, Wls.
Mrs. H. S. Moore, of St. Anthony avenue,
ontsrtainc-d the Home Missionary society Fri
day afteraixra.
Mrs. E. C. Wheeioek, of 392 Dewey ave
nue, entertained a few of her friends Fri
day afternoon.
Miss Lora Hogel, of St. Obarle*, was the
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE, SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 1899.
guest of Miss Hattla Smith, of Carroll street,
Tuesday.
Dr. Buckley, of- Mlssoula, Mont., is visit
ing his brother, C. H. Buckley, of Iglehart
street.
The Woman's club met with Mrs. S. C.
Grler, of Rondo street. Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. E. A. Paradls Is entertalng her sis
ter, Mrs. Frank Tollsou, of Madella.
Rev. J. H. Sammls is entertaining his niece,
Miss Carrie Talbot, Logausport, Ind.
W. C. Edwards, accompanied by his son Ben,
have gone to Kansas on business trip.
Mrs. Carey, of Beacon avenue, is spending
a few weeks with friends In lowa.
I Mr. George H. Tiffany and daughters ar«
visiting in Florida and the East.
! Mr. A. C. Anderson, of Marshall avenue,
left for the East last night.
}liss Lizzie Dcak, of Selby avenue, is vis
iting in NorthfieW.
Miss Jennie Doak visited friends in Ham
line this week.
HAMLINE NOTES.
The I. O. O. F. celebrated their tenth an
niversary on Tuesday evening. The members
of the lodge, their families and friends
gathered at their hall, on Snelllng avenue.
On the programme were Misses Verna and
Zoola Cole, duet; master Leo White, of St.
Paul, vocal solo, aud an address by W. -Q.
Nye, past nob'.e grand of the state lodge.
: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Fleming are visiting
the latter's sister at Lake Crystal.
Mrs. Walter Ryan entertained at cards last
Saturday evening. Honors were won by Mrs.
i. Danz and Ellsworth Fleming. The guests
wore Mr, and Mrs. J. Danz. Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Fleming, 'Mr. and Mrs. II 11. Wassem,
Mr and Mrs. D. D. Williams, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Myers. Mrs. Wllhelmi. Miss Cora Wi.nelmi,
Mr Charley Wessem. Mrs. O. H. Conway,
Mr. Scott, Mrs. Maxfleld, Mrs. Mauer and
S. Swengjards.
The Audubon Society of Room 7, Hancock
School, met Friday afternoon. Those taking
part in the programme were: Emily Young,
Rive Jennings, Gladys Huck. Dora Schaett
gen. Lucy Klix. Edwin Glif, Edward Brewer,
Harry Crist. Harold Rossman, Joseph Juet
teu. Lewis Hunt, Clark Fowble, Ernnij Ham
mer, Gertrude Stowers ana Horace Ilalde-
On Tuesday afternoon the W. C. T. U. will
meet in the reading room. Mrs. Bordwell, of
Stillwater. will address the ladies on "Loyal
Temperance Legion Work." Miss Lulu Web
ber will sing.
A large party of Minneapolis people sur
prised Mr. and Mrs. P. Sehlosser, at their
home on Thomas street, the fore part of the
week. The evening was spent in games and
The ladies of the Knox Presbyterian
church will give a New England supper
this week for the benefit of Rev. O. H. El
mer, who has had a paralytic stroke.
Mi--. C. L. Wefober has entertained Mrs.
Eldred. of Mankato: Mrs. H. J. Kenyon, of
Stiilwater. and Mrs. E. Dunn, of Eyota, the
Mr. and Mrs. Vande Bogart. of Tower City,
X. D., have been the guests of their sister,
Mr.-. M. L. Hol'.ey.
The Woman's Foreign Missionary society
will meet with Mrs. R. I. Dugan on Wednes
day afternoon.
Miss Almedia Norman has returned to her
home after spending the week with Miss
Belle Holiey.
Mrs. L. D. Rounds has been the guest of
Mr. and Mrs.. J. H. Rounds the past week.
Prof. J. R. Brandrup. of Mankato. was the
guest of Mrs. M. L. Holiey this week.
C. D. Lewis, of Madison. N. J., has been
the gue-it of Mrs. C. I. Humphrey.
Mrs. A. Ostrander is entertaining her father,
Mr. Van Dayne, of Abbot£ford, Wis.
Earl Henry, of Montevideo, has been the
guest of W. T. Rich the past week.
Mrs. J. Craig is entertaining her sister,
Mrs. Lingda Brown, of Renville.
Mr. Buckley, of Delano, spent the fore part
of the week with C. I. Graft.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fitz entertained Mrs.
E. S. Culiver on Sunday.
Dr. J. D. Caldwell has returned from a
short visit in Mora.
Miss Severance, of Spencer, is the guest of
Mrs. R. C. Dunn.
Rev. G. F. Wells has returned from North
ern Minnesota.
Mr. and Mrs. Battdorf have removed to
Altkin, Minn.
Miss Julia Loag will start for the East
C. L. Webber has returned from Walnut
WEST ST. PAUL.
The Y. P. S. C. E. of the Heb-.on Baptist
Church gave a progressive tea Friday* even
ing at A. O. U. W. hall, on Greenwood
avesiue. Those taking part in the musical
programme were: Misse3 M. Rowe, L. Chryst
B. Steiger. H. Smith. B. C. Morse, G. White.
H. Sweet, Pi Hiuderer, and Messrs. Jaeger
and Wetherbee. The white table was in
charge of Miss L. Blo.nd?au; Miss Anna
Withy presided at the br.>wn table: Miss H.
Brayton was Lhairman of the green table;
Miss M. Kirr.ball served at the pink table;
Miss Mina Rawe was at the yellow table, and
Miss J. I'hristianson ha<l charge of the red
table. About two hundred people attended.
It was a. pronounced success.
Mrs. C. C. Edwards, of Greenwood avenue,
entertained formally for her suest. Miss
Maud Hubbard, of Aurora, 111., Tuesday
evening. Musical numbers were given by
Miss Rutherford, Miss Gloeser. Miss Steiger,
Mr. A. Barker ar.i Mi. J. Goctze. An ele
gant lunch was served by the hostess, assist
ed by Mrs. H. Otto. Those present were:
Misses Maud Hubbard, Anna Steidl. Edith
Brayton, Nell Martin, Ella Hutherford, Bettie
SteJgor. Mary Rhine, Ida Gloeser, Doia and
Julia Christia,nsou; Messrs. A. Barker. P.
Calton, G. La'r. J. Goetze, J. Graham, P. S.
Laing a:-d E. Shib'.ey.
Minnesota Tribe Not. 24. I. O. O. R., were
surprised by their friends and relatives Ust
Thursday evening at their lodige hia'll on
Greenwood avenue. It was the first anni
versary cf tf.eir organization, and it was
duly celebrated. After a fine programme had
befn Dnsented, dancing was bssun and con
tinued for several hours. An elegant supper
whs served by the ladies. Minneapolis Red
men were among the invited guests. Since
lta organization No. '.'i has grown to be the
largest Redmen lodge !n the Twin Cities,
and present prospects bid fair for a steady
incrPHse in membership.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rutherford, of 22)
East Winifred street, gave a birthday part\
last evening for their daughter, Ella. About
five tables of progressive euchre was played,
after which dancing was enjoyed. A delicious
lunch was served by Mrs. Kutherford. Miss
T. Downing and Mr. J. Goetze assisted in
receiving. About twenty-five guests were
present. A most enjoyable time was spent
by all who attended.
The senior class o-f the Hmnboldt high
school gave "An Evening With Shakes
peare" Thursday in the assembly hall. Two
scenes from tie "Merchant of Venice" were
presented, and also papers on the author
by Harold Engenroen, Cassio Newton, Kath
leen Carroll, Hattie Staples. May Caniden,
Edith Staples, Jessie James and Lena
The Young People's C. E. Society of
Bethany Church gave a social Tuesday even
ing at the residence of Mrs. Mabel Shaw,
370 HaU avenue. A programme of music
and recitations was rendered, and an orches
tra played during the evening. Refresh
ments were served.
A number of West side young people met
Thursday evening at the home of Miss Anna
McArdle. on Oakdale avenue, and organized
the Initial Cinch club. Miss Alma Christian
son was elected president. The club will
meet a week from Thursday with Miss Mag
gie Fedders.
Mrs. John Fisher and Miss D. Woodbury
entertained the Thursday Night club Thurs
day evening at the Fisher residence on Pres-
The Young Ladies' Afternoon Euchre cub
has adjourned to meet the first Wednes^Ty
after Lent with Miss Phillips, of Minneap-
Carmel chapter, O. E. S., gave a progres
sive euchre Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. F. B. Doran, on East Congress street.
The members of St. Michael's parish will
give a musicale and literary entertainment
at Paul Martin's hall next Friday evening.
Miss Edith Brayton, of Concord street, en
tertained the Missionary Study class Monday
evening. The Philippines were discussed.
Mrs. Young and Miss Forsythe, who have
been guests of Mrs. W. R. Sache, of South
Smith avenue, have gone to Morro.
Mrs. John Thayer, of East Winifred street,
entertained the ladies of the Clinton Avenue
"If. E. Cnurch Friday afternoon.
The Pleasant Sunday Afternoon association
gave an entertainment Thursday evening at
the Clinton Avenue M. E. church.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Newton, of Cherokee
avenue, left last week for a month's visit
with friends in St. Louis, Mo.
Mrs. Wesley Archer and Miss Kate Archer,
Hastings, are guests of Mrs. Charles Mes
nger, of Bast Isabel street.
Mrs. W. W. Stone, of 374 East Robie street,
will entertain next Tuesday evening, assist
d by Miss Edith Brayton.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Hebron
aptist Church met with Mrs. Sam Bray
on Thursday afternoon.
Miss Florence Hare, of East Congress
reet, has returned from a visit to Bismarck,
• . D., with relatives.
Miss Nellie O'Brien, of West George street,
ntertains the Young People's Whist club
ext (Monday evening.
Mrs. Boobier, of South Dakota, the guest
of Mrs. D. W. Ringer, of Midway avenue,
has returned home.
Mrs. E. Keck, of Bidwell street, enter-
Lace Department. jffjf ¥ • Special Mention.
IT 'l'i> make room for the new Roods MfVk JBil J&1 IB B>^a ,^J ,/fak '"" Vida Corsets arc entirely new
>> constantly arriving we will sell all M #f|B#y#f #f 19 M/MWWM S//W > '" ;l1 Original French bias-rut Models
( { remnants and short lengths of Laces, F^^W^M f M*W m Jm M,W B JW M M^J0 jW M M W\TM S " f inimitable and perfect r fitting pat-
Nets, Chiffons and Embroideries at f /^^^/y f/jf Wr^/^&'m m I^^L^ W^s tern, shown here exclusively.
HALF PRICE and less Monday. 'JL UV ; "' ( ' P leased l " announce that
| Our annual sale of French Valen- * B *^^^ —MIUJL /f* _*~ Miss N. Conloy, expert fitter,' from
i ciennes Laces is nosy in progress I &\ /k J^^ tllf * - N ''- w " r '< parlors, will be in our
SPECIAL^inff and Insertion }Jj7 lfM*S. SSn* S^ier^S-af ,£
i! ir^'l^S 1 ' K u SIX ™ AND ROBERT STREETS. ST. PAUL. true \?* h
■ 00, 19c, 25c, 35c and 50c, all La Vida Corsets have attained a
worth double, ' wonderful reputation among the
.' . , I srk niTRWKVKiv FA«mn\ RrrnirTTV f.RWTFn miX nu-pT I most fastidious and fashionable lfe-
Among our latest arrivals are | bKK OIR WKhKLY FASHION BULLEII\-GE>,'IEK SII,K DEIT. | dieg We ppecially rec ommend £a
handsome App*H4u| effects in black, Vida Corsets,
flouncing, faolh ol d i?h S \vt lS shovv m in *C\ ff\ fl f\ /V\ fl TC \\ ft 1 1 W" ftrl I £ ~
a large variety ,f y ies VJIdUU iTIcIICII Z> i\\KZ . The Fur Department.
'JSST &P3SSS 1 ' SSt All New Silks-All Stylish Silks. Qur buyer h _ the
S'r'SJS tS C w.V.?lf e fn Ruling, Enthusiastic Silk Selling here Monday. All lots %!!££^£S&"&£
every conceivable .pattern. ready at 9:30 a. m. garment that were bought wtv
Just arrived— ißiack Spangled under market value. The maker had
Robes with .waist garnitures to 300 piece* of New Foulards, dainty designs, at 49^ the *kins on hand and was anxious
match at very.attracuve prices. *\ arrival. Wash Silk* at IQC to * et theni into cash before the
We have a no» line of Ladies" lUU pieces ot late arrivals Wash bilks at jyc season c i osecl _ everl if he had to
ce r C in- Ve Ti'' in aSa? i m P erials . Puffs . 25 pieces of good Black Japanese Silks at 27C sacrifice all the profit and some of
length Windsors" °" S " eXtl ' a 30 pieces of new Corded Taffeta, very heavy, at 59C cost. They are yours Monday
r . ' J -' *^^ at these vprices:
For Monday— New String *r 200 pieces of Cheney Bros. ' plain ground Foulards, new pat- New Marten Cluster &/ rA
Ties and Band Bows. Spe- £%Q terns, at .....69c Scarfs, with 8 tails- SO.-)!)
Ca> CaC 25 pieces of Black Japanese Silks, 1% yards wide, at 98c $100 ° values for
20 pieces of Black Satin Duchesse, soft and pure Silk, at.. 4QC $15.00 values for $10.00
Linetl Department. 2 5 pieces of Black Taffeta, strong and lustrous, at 49C Plain Electric Seal Collarette,,
r » s . > -*^ new ones> i, n8 d with Skin- d»/ rA
MONDAY EXTRAS. 20 pieces of Crepe de Chine, fashion's favorite, at 09c ncr Satin— moo value. JpOtjU
600 Fringed Napkins, size 14x14 100 pieces of Colored Taffeta, strong, rustling and brilliant, for
inches, tied fringe, one row of * r a t . . . 57C SEAL JACKETS.
fancy openwork, value $3.00 a I if* " ' ,-. , , T . . j»i 1
dozen. Monday, each ™* Here are new Silks-different Silks-extremelv fashionable
One case of Glass Toweling, A Silks— moderately priced Silks: sidering the fact that pelts are much
19 inches wide, value 12J' 2 'c a W£ higher that they were a year ago.
yard. M0nday ......... Damw pSriS Thi * is °^ a P artJal Ascription of Don ' t ne^ this^ oppor- »I|)||
* of Crash Toweling, 1 A Uamaa Pekltl, the immense collection of novelties t«nity - 52.,0 and $2,0 J^y
full bleached, 18 inches wide, yjg Brode Quadrille, ,nread out for your approval. S.lid Jackets for
value 12}£c a yard. Monday.. Pekin Moire Faconne, richness, gauzy transparency and fluf- $225 Jackets for $175
Taffeta Barre Chenille, fy softness vie for supremacy in color- ASTRAKHAN COATS
/-» a. *x a. a. Tmnrimp Tarrlinif>r(» inc. Patterns and styles varied enough
Carpet Department. j^dSe Bar^Chenille, -Lit every taste and every purse. and
SSt wS%ria^eto o^r L° S$ Sa Utennf B roche tefS ,° f tHe W ° fld Ch ° iCCSt "-ent, 26 f 30 f „ R A
new and of the first class, in keep- ;"- aui etine crocne, creations. incnß3 lon worth up \// - i\ll
ing with our reputation. Wherever Damas L-ance tJroche, to $50.00, Monday *|/**""«' v
the best and most desirable Floor nc , v . nIMCC *Mr» cm 11 a one. - -1-. i ie • v 1
Coverings were to be found we have GRENADINES AND FOULARDS. a garments, _3o to 36 inches long,
procured them. Whatever your wish _. , . . - mmm „. „-__!.+. ™!ii, nMt rtn( » worth up to 505.00 and AA
may nave been, we have anticipated Dressy women's wardrobes are not complete without one -00l Choice Mon . >4U. UU
it, and you have the assurance that Grenadine Dress for special occasions, and one Foulard Dress day
fr! e n!i h L n Ah^n^?mf a r mS y nice, genteel wear. We've gathered the choicest styles, s .
The beauty of. Skc stock is made combined with A 1 qualities. They are here, ready tor you, ™ Snritia Miliitierv
more attractive by bur prices, which and at prices so modest that none may be considered extrava- cw opuus iiinmcij.
SSo^U^nd* ffant for buying. To introduce them strongly for Monday- tSSFim
fn > d^e\ U rVa" e you r r%trv y c 0 e Ur to di d?s° P lay Qrenadines-45 to 48 inches wide, 98c to $3.50 a yard. P uT a \ a l%^ZT^^2oJiZ
them. This is a good time to call, Foulards— 24 inches Wide, 49C, 69c and 98c a yard. Borne beautiful Models in purple.
DC 101*0 tllG Spring I*llSll DGgJIIS.
new spring Dress Goods.— Notions and Dress Findings.
A grand and complete showing of the verr latest importa- . ****&* the second week, with a selling record to beat that
tions of Frencl? Dres? Fabrics-Crepe Veilings, Embroidered ls simply phenomena 1 Bu .t we are equal to be emergency-
Veilings, Bareges Etamioe, Velour Renaissance; Poplin Onde- new specials added, and prices lower than you ever heard of
line, Lattice Fabriques, Tringline Voile and Silk and Wool elsewhere.
Crepes. Monday extra specials: Best Shell Whalebone, 36-iach Cabinet Hairpins; all styles and
long-, the regular 18c quality. Q** sizes, full count. Monday 2 C A
40-inch Eng-'.ish Hard-twisted Covert Suitingf3, the proper fab- AQp Mond.iy price only %M%O boxes for %M\o
ric for cycling costumes, the 75c a yard quality, for Monday triFO Collar Foundations, all widths, Shell Celluloid Side Combs, large
Our famous Snnderland Serge, steam sponged and shrunk RQa black and white. Special, K£g% | size and heavy teeth. Mon- Oa
ready to wear, all pure worsted, 75c a yard value, for Os#o 2 collars for %9\M day, per pair %9%J>
Our Pilot Cheviot, shrunk and sponged, wear guaranteed, 50 "T C Velveteen Skirt Binding, best Crimped or straight wire Hair
inches wide.in all the leading colors and black. Specinl price.... i 511* goods, plain or corduroy. Per Q-j Pins, all sizes. Special, o pa- £q
A fine showing of ' New Zibelipe Plaids, the correct fabric for .eparate J *£ Q °^ ' * "£ ' ' Binding ' Braid, small; black
skirts. Pr.ces are correct. wide width, the regular 5c «I** and colors. Special, E^
Black EngTish-Mohair Sicilian, a fabric that will give great service, quality, for fc2v each "W
specially adapted for skirts, sheds dust and is springy and wiry, 7E. Dress Shields' large size Im- Mourning Pins, 80 to the fZg*
54 inches wide— the regular $1.00 quality, for fl %9*J peri al light weight and pure rubber, box. Special, 3 boxes f0r. ... i#U
10 pieces of new. French Crepons — just received — styles not shown be- the regular 18c quality. Mon- C&tf% English Book Pins, black and
» fore — in popular bliitered patterns, the regular $2.25 quality, Q4 7■% day only *FO white assorted. Special, per Eg*
for Monday.... %P I ■ fl O Sateen-covered double wire Dress book! w,O
New Black Blistered Jacquard Dimpled Polka Dot. Mohair Soufle Stays. 1 dozen to the set, any C** Fine Cotton Tape, black or white,
and Silk and Wool Crepons at 79>, $1.09, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, color. Monday only *»W assorted in bunches, some have as
$2,00, $2 25 and $3.00 a yard. E«st silk-stitched Bone Cas- W|^ much as a dozen pieces. Spe- EZg%
ing, all colors. Per yard only ■•> cial, per bunch %*%*
line 5 * of Coverts, Mixed Venetians, Fancy Best American Pins, all 4Aa Best Nickel-plated Safety Qa
Tailor Suitiug-S, Cheviots, Homespuas, Tweeds, Broadcloths and sizes. Monday 3 papers for IV© Pins, all sizes, 3 papers for. . +*%*
Bicycle Suitings at right pricss. You never had such a chance to buy for spring sewing as
■' 3 NOW. The above are the dependable kind— the kind that
Men's Furnishings. Card Prizes gives satisfaction.
m, .. ... , . . and Weddinpr Gifts. Visit the art __ _. T < +
These are the kind of bargains department for everything and any- \hOUt Kid GIOVeS. NeW Wash Goods.
that bring the men folks in— best thing ln the g i ft n ne . AUUH * 11IU v»iwvwa.
quality croods— prices that are righc: Good qualities and good styles at We are proud to invite an inspec
v,» P^rr-1^ -inri Madras Shirts moderate prices have given our tion O f the Wash Fabrics that will
Fine 1 ercale ana Maaras snirts, Dy^g-ipj, Patterns Glove business a hearty lift, and our be spread out Monday for your ap-
S spring styles, nobby patterns, some DHlieriHi fUHCrnS. g]oye ig lncreasing every sea - p rO val-fashlon' S choicest reflections.
worth 51.23 and tfl.SO fl»| A|\ They are begt tne world over _no son. all the novelties of the season.
each. Monday spe- $I.^ll char.cc for argument. We are St. During the last few days we have Within the past 36 hours we've re
l cial Paul agents for all Buttenck patterns rece ived extensive shipments of Per- oe ived 25 pieces of New Embroidered
Thr "Pre-ident" Suspenders for nd Publications. April patterns now rin . s Peerless Plquo and tne ce ie- Swisses. 25 pieces of finest Organdies.
.„ n , ns t "comfortable to rA brated Maggionl. 50 pieces of Madras and 50 pieces of
»* . i?j . t mpn rniiar« -t f Hundreds and hundreds of people cial, at v A full and complete line of Linen
Men's Fine Lmen Collars, |r , at this store through th / y P s . '" ""' . Madras. Egyptian Tissues. Tucked
most perfect shapes, \^ mailg always shipped same And our Sappho. the (>| M Zephyrs and Percales— the most
/a each < day instructions are received. Try best kid glove in the world a^(| beautiful patterns ever shown in the
jy\ - Two for 25 cents. us with a sample order. for Northwest.
tamed the Nil Desperandum Euchre club
Tuesday evening.
Mrs Robert Wardell, of Midway avenue,
will entertain the Willard W. C. T. U. next
Tuesday afternoon.
The Why Not Cinch club met Wednesday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. C. Kinsey, of
Hancock street.
Mrs. Otto Leltner, of Stryker avenue, en
tertained the Friendly Euchre club last Thurs
day afternoon.
Moses Bixler. of Baldwin, Wls., who has
been visiting his son, Robert Bixler, has re
turned home.
Mr J B Parker and son Godfrey, of East
Isabel street, are visiting relatives at Win
nipeg, Man.
Miss Florence Sharp, of East Winifred
street, entertained the Y. P. S. of Ascension
Church.
Miss Florence Baker, of Bancroft street,
will entertain informally next Wednesday
evening.
Mrs Zimmons. of Forest Lake, is the guest
of Mrs. A. E. Hummel, of East Winifred
street.
Miss Alice Thompson, the recent guest of
Miss Mattie Pierce, haß ' returned to Still
water.
Mrs R Ryan of East Isabel street, enter
tained the Helpful club t Wednesday after
noon.
Mrs D P. Roussopoulos. ©t Prescott street,
had the Kensington Tea club" Tuesday after
noon.
Mrs. H. Anderson, of Bellows street, left
Friday to visit her daughter, at Dubuque. 10.
Henry Goyette has returned from a two
weeks' visit to his old home in Illinois.
Mrs E. Haines, of *be' Clinton, enter
tained the guild Wed^eay*- afternoon.
Mr and Mrs. W. F^ Snche, of Smith ave
nue, entertained at djftner. Sunday.
Miss Mina Rowe, q&East Congress street,
has returned from D<jte«:\Center.
Mrs. G. H. HosmerjTol, Ohio street, enter
tained at dinner Thur«Jajf-"evenlng.
Louis Gaulthier enfßi'talined the Hendricks
School orchestra Frid>^y
M E Melady and vtfsSfMary E. Burke, of
Hibbing, Minn., are Vjff}& side guests.
E. A. Hummel, of $ast Winifred street, is
in New York on busiOfess;..
Mrs. J. V. F. Davist ot*East Isabel street,
is in Wisconsin.
EAST Sy. . .*! iUL.
Mrs. Bassie Linds*Ji% ' f York street,
gave a party in honoip£rh< birthday Tues
day afternoon. AiuoiS.-tße j Jests were Mra.
Theodore Nelson, Mrffl* A ier.son, Mrs. A.
Lundquist, Mrs. Hu^tgKn; Mrs. Nystrom,
Mrs. Emmerson, the >rf!s?e9^lulda and Min
nie Lundo.uist. Mrs. Lundstrum -was as
sisted by Miss Alice and Cecelia Lindstrum
and Alice Nygtrum. g
A reception will be given next Monday
evening in the parlors of tire Arlington Hills
churc* by the members of the Reading cir
cle. There will be a short programme.
Those taking part will be Rev. F. A. Dris
coll, Miss Addle Knapp, Miss Anna Whit
ney, Miss Ada Brack and Mrs. Qeorge Elder.
Papers will be read on the subject of "Mor
monism."
Prof, and Mrs. Ernst, of York street, were
given a surprise Thursday evening by the
students of the German Lutheran seminary
at Lake Phalen, in honor of their 30th mar
riage anniversary. The college orchestra waa
in attendance and furnished music, render
ing a programme of national popular airs.
About fifty guests were present.
Sir. and Mrs. William Marktvam enter
tained a company of friends at dinner Mon
day evening In honor of their fifth weddins
anniversary. Covers were laid for ten, after
which progressive cinch was played. Prizes
were won by Miss Gibson. Mrs. Mahle,
Messrs. W. Jones and C. Sprague.
Ellsworth Circle No. 8, Ladies of the G.
A. R., will give a reception to the depart
ment president, Mrs. Helen. M. Irish, Friday
evening, at the home of their president,
Mrs. F. A. Twtss. 353" East Ninth street.
All friends of the order are cordially in
vited.
Mr. and Mrs. Tliomas Robinson, of Mount
Ida street, entertained at progressive cinch
Thursday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs.
L. Good. Mrs. E. Moorhead. Mrs. E. Good
and William Powell. Mrs. Cartwright, of
Hudson, was guest of honor.
A reception wag given Monday evening at
the home of Mrs. E. A. Elder, on Burr
street, for Mrs. Dalles and Miaj May Dalles,
of Burr street, who left the last of the week
for Oak Park. 111., where they will' make
their future home.
Mrs. Carl Akman was given a surprise
Thursday afternoon ot her home on Jease
street. About fifty ladies were present. Mrs.
AUiman was presented with a purse of
money as a token of friendship.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Sanderson, of Roaney
street, gave a dinner Monday evening for
their tenth anniversary. The out of town
gue-sts were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McClintock,
of Fergus Falls.
Dr. Whitney will address the Arlington
Hill Mothers' club next Wednesday after
noon in the John Ericsson school. '"The
Throat" will be the subject.
Mrs. John Blom was given a surprise
Wednesday afternoon at her home, 705 Bed
ford street, in honor of her birthday by about
fifty of her lady friends.
A surprise was given Miss Celia Ray by
a number of her young friends Wednesday
evening. Games and music were the features
of the evening.
Miss Adella Shiels, of Burr street, enter
tained at cards Tuesday evening in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Graham, of Ft. Yates,
N. D.
Dr. O. Sohlberg spent part of the week
In St. Peter, where he was in attendance
at the school meeting of the board of direc
tors.
Mrs. Andrew Staples, of Bedford street, en
tertained at dinner Tuesday for Mrs. George
Libby and Mrs. Jenuie Staples, of Minneap
olis.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sullivan, of Minne
haha street, will entertain the Trainmen*
Social club Saturday evening, 18th.
Mrs. Gibson, of Bradley street, will enter
tain the Amity Social club next Tuesday
afternoon at progressive euchre.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ackerly, of Edgerton
street, entertained the Silver Spoon Cinch
club Thursday evening.
Mrs. E. A. Driacoll, of Burr street, has
returned from a three months' visit with
friends in Toronto.
Mra. H. P. Giles, of York street, entartalned
part of the week Mr. and Mrs. Kelly, of
Farmington.
Mrs. A. N. Stanles, of York street, enter
tained M. I'pham Treat, of Belfast. Me., the
past week. *
Mrs. F. L. Korth, of Lafayette avenue, en
tertained Mrs. W. Heath, of Superior, during
the week.
Miss Olive Bi'.lard, who has been visiting
East St. Paul friends, has returned to Breck
enridge.
Miss Gertrude Johnson, of Moorhead, is a
guest of Miss Minnie Lundquist, of Sims
street.
Miss May Daly entertained at a fudge party
Thursday afternoon at her home on Jenks
street.
Miss Grace Moran. of Dcs Moines, 10.. is a
guest of Mrs. H. A. Wilson, of Minnehaha
street.
Mrs. Jamp.s Herbert, of De Soto street, has
been visiting her parents in Sheldon, X. D.
Miss Irish, of De Soto street, has returned
from several weeks' visit in Fargo, X. D.
Mr. and Mrs. William Weston have gone to
St. Lcuis for a month's visit.
Mrs. E.- A. Walker is entertaining Mrs. J.
W. Gibson, of Menomonee.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Allen are entertaining
friends from Owatonna.
Miss Jennie Winch, of Canada street, has
gone to Detroit, Mich.
Mrs. R. F. Newell, of Grove street, is iv
Butte, Mont.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rust have returned from
Thorpe, Wls.
ST. PAUL PARK.
The Cicero Society of St. Paul's Colles*
gave a public entertainment Friday evening.
Tho chapel was tastily decorated with tha
national colors. A large number of young
people from St. Paul were present. The pro-
gramme was:
Piano Duet i Selected
Misses Lulu Beldeu and Minnie Boettcher.
Oration "Diversity of Opinions"
C. A. Wentsch.
Paper "Cicero Forum"
Editor, H. Haag; Reporter, C. W. Miller.
Vocal Solo Selected
E. J. Ruenitz.
Recitation "Der Fixe Lateiner"
W. G. Boemmels.
Address W. F. Dueno-w
Vocal Solo— "Waiting" Millard
Miss Minnie Boettcher.
Debate— "Resolved, That the United States
government should retain the Philippines."
Affirmative, E. L. Broecker; negative, C. 11.
Miller.
Vocal Quartette — "Mighty Jehovah" ..Bellini
Ml?s Lydia Marquardt." Mrs. H. J. Hoffert,
W. G. BoeinmeU. C. H. Miller.
Mrs. .John Weeks rntertainea a few young
people FYlday pveninz In honor of her son,
Jaj'i The guests were Misses Etta Anderson,
Louise Bell. Addle Kendall, Stanley Him
melwright, Perl Carroll and Arthur Kendall.
Mrs. Charles A. Cres»3y entertained Mr. and
Mrs. John Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Sparry at dinner Thursday.
Mr 3. Jotin Willoughby entertained Mrs.
C. A. Parker, of Newport, at luncheon Tues
day.
Mrs. Bauter has returned from a abort
Southern trip. Mr. Bauter accompanied hei
on her return.
Mrs. Mot*. Kent will entertain the Horn*
and Country club next Thursday, at which
time Mrs. M. D. Miller will give a talk on
"Social Purity."
ST. ANTHOW PARK.
Last Saturday evening the senior c!a.-»
of the college gave a farewell party. The
class presented Prof. Robertson with a gold
watch. The presentation speech was mads
by Mr. Wilson, president of the class. Prot.
Robertson responded.
Mra. Meredith entertained the B class of
the college Monday evening at an apple pis
party. A huge pie was awarded the persoa
presenting the best poem. Miss Matthews
won the prize.
The Boy's Improvement It-ague met Thurs
day evening at the home of Mrs. D. C.
Martin and reorganized their society.
The Women's Club of the Church of Our
Father gave a musical and dancing party
last evening in Central hall.
Tomorrow evening S. M. Owen will address
the students of the Agricultural college. Hig
subject will be '•Expansion."
The Ladles' Guild of the Episcopal Church
met Tuesday with Mrs. Herbert Plant, of,
Knapp street.
The Baker branch of the Mothers' club
will meet Wednesday afternoon at tha Baker
achool.
Mrs. Virginia C. Meredith entertained the
Russian History class at a luncheon on Fri
day.
The Ladies' Reading circle met Fridar
with Mrs. Tisdale.
Mrs. D. F. Polk ha* returned from Chi
cago.
MACALESTER.
Tha Phlladelphlan Literary society gave iv
annual entertainment Tuesday evening in
tho college auditorium: Miss Margue r it»
Morton was directress. The comedy, "Our
Boys" was presented. Those taking par*
were J. C. Abels, I. D. Ror.eh, P. P. Brush,
R. B. Snyder, H. N. Morse, R. W. Smits,
Mias Myrtle Benson, Miss Belle Campbell,
Miss Theresa Ga»*ell and R. E. Hcrron.
Those furnishing music were Miss Leila Pot
ter Miss Faith Martin, Miss Emily Williams,
A. H. Brush, Dr. E. F. Geer.
Misis Theresa Gaskell entertained Mlaa
Lillian McCloud Tuesday and Wednesday.
Rev. Mr. Marsh, of Cottonwood, wal •
oollege visitor this week.
Mrs. George Somers left Saturday for %
prolonged visit in Washington, Philadelphia*
New York, Boston and other Eastern cltie*
The PhTade'.phian and Hyperion societies
will engage in debate next Friday evening
in the college auditorium.
The young ladies of the college have or
ganized a basket ball team.
The men of MacaJester will give an en
tertainment on March 3.
— you find them e-»erywhere — the Gordon hati
— tho standard tor men and. women.

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