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The faculty of the normal school gave
a reception to the senior and junior
classes Saturday night.
The ladies of the G. A. R. gave a Val
entine day masquerade at Schiller hall
Friday night.
The students of the Commercial college
were given a social dancing party Friday
The H. T. Friday Night club was en
tertained by Miss Harriet Porter Friday
Miss Edith Fletcher entertained about
twenty-live of her little friends at a Val
entine party Friday night.
Richard Peterson and wife returned
Saturday from their European trip.
Mrs. Emil, of Minneapolis!, has been
visiting in the city as the guest of her
mother, Mrs. M. E. Allen.
Mrs. Charlotte Buchlin died at the
theme of her brother Saturday morning.
Khe was forty-nine years of age and
leaves one son, George Buchlin.
Mrs. Francis Vale, the widow of one of
the earliest settlers in the city, died of
old age at St. Joseph's hospital Saturday.
Bhe was born in Germany eighty-six
years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Wilson, of Owaton
na, are the guiests of their daughter, Mrs.
C. O. Dai ley.
Miss Winifred Cartwright, of North
field, is the guest of her sister, Miss Jen
nie Cartwright.
Mrs. Mary E. Tenny is spending sev
eral weeks visiting friends and relatives
in Mapleton.
Mr. H. A. Patterson was surprised by
about twenty-five friends Saturday night.
The affair was planned by Mrs. Patter
son and Hon. George T. Barr.
Mrs. Hattie Lorenz, of Minneapolis,
who has been the guest of her mother,
Mrs. Ward, returned home Sunday.
The first of a series of musicales to be
given by the Treble Clef club was given
ir Miss Menth's studio Monday night.
The programme was made up entirely of
the work of American composers.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Bashaw were giv
en a pleasant surprise Monday night in
nonor of the tenth anniversary of their
Mrs. Clayton Kennedy is visiting her
parents in Alma City.
Mrs. Oscar Wilson, of Menomonie Wis
is the guest of Mrs. S. B. Wilson
Mrs. E. s. Bugbee, of Tracy, has been
spending several days with her brother,
J. S. Price.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heinze were sur
prised by friends and relatives Tuesday
nignt, the occasion being in honor of
their twenty-lifth anniversary.
A. Bolks, o£ Orange City, lowa, is vis
iting his daughter, Miss Daisy Bolks.
Mr. and Mrs. Weaver entertained a
number of friends at cards Wedne-day
A reception was tendered Rev and
Mrs. T. M. Edmands at the home of Mr
and Mrs. John Ray Wednesday night by
the members of the Congregational
Oscar Wilson, of Menomonie, Wis., is
visiting his brother. County Attorney
The Up-to-Date Cinch club was enter
tained Thursday night by Mrs. Eller
Ihe head prize was won by Mrs. George
v\ oolfolk; and the foot prize by Mrs. F
U. Bo^hner.
The Social Science club hold their an
nual banquet in the Presbyterian church
parlors Friday night. A number of toasts
•were given, President Cooper, of the nor
mal, acting as toastmaster.
Miss Erva Stewart has returned from
fct. -James. : -„ ■■■■-'
„ Mrs.. Thomas Smullen is the gu=st of
relatives at Owatonna this week
. 3ophia Quiller arrived here from
■ Ohio Thursday to spend the summer
with relatives. ; -.-
, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Cosgrove left Fri
. cay., for points in the South to be absent
about six weeks.
Mrs. W. H. Budke and children, of
Owatonna, are the guests of relatives
.., here for a, few days.
Mrs Andrew Huber, of St. Paul, vis
ited, her parents here last week '
• C. N. Pinne is seriously ill at his home
in Ottawa township.
Miss F. R. Winter returned to Maple
, ton Saturday. -_
Jessie Kulp visited friends-at St. Paul
a couple of days last week.
A. H. Nelson attended the annual meet
ing of the Retail Grocers held at Fari
bault Wednesday and Thursday.
, The neighbors and friends of Lans
Viehman surprised him at his home in
this city Thursday evening
Miss Bertha Winterer returned from an
extended visit with relatives at St. Paul
last week.
■ Mrs. H H. Winterer, of Valley City,
itv " 1S the guest of her parents in this
- r Mrs. A. <T. Riley, of Green Castle, Ind
returned to her home Tuesday.
A A v etion from Unity Lodge No. 45,
Wi TV, & A- J^ visited the Masonic lodge
SJl vla^ d Thursda >- evening and ex
- emplified the work in the third degree
Miss Gertie Quackenbush is the guest
Of her sister. Mrs. Munger at Nicollet.
Anton Hubertz, of New Ulm, is visit
ing his sons in this city
Rev. Edward H* Earle Spent Saturda
in fet. sr 3.u 1,
: Miss Julius Sander was surprised
Thursday evening by a delegation- of the '
D. of H. lodige. >
1 Miss Rose Seebeck entertained a num
ber of her friends Wednesday evening. i
R. G. Anmous and L. L. Kulp attended i
a. r meeting of the grand lodge. A. OU
W held at St. Paul last week, as dele
gates from the local lodge «eie^
. M. 'W. Grimes attended the annual
meeting of the Minnesota Editorial at-
Bociation at Minneapolis last weeS
: The ladies of the M. E, church he'd
WelSda^/ 116 home °f S A. Randolph
\F' f M- att^ n entertained a number of
evenin ci} at a 6 °' cloc dinner- Friday
MTss Mary Iten is spending a couole
of weeks in St. Paul. v-uupie
. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Efficser were St
Paul visitors a few days last week.
. Mrs. F.J. Kennedy is in Chicago this
■week. . j -■■ -
Mrs M. M. Knapp and daughter. Miss
Mabel, were guests - this week at tne :
home of Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Spalding.
Mrs. Grant Bronson visited this week
with friends at Owatonna.
J. P. Houg left Tuesday for Chicago.
: Mrs. Mcßoberts and Mrs. • Finke of
Kllsworth, are visiting at the home cf
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L,. L Bryan
P. J. Connell was in St. Paul this week
attending the state convention of the A. ■
V. U. W. lodge.
Ralph Baker, of Rochester, was in the
city this week visiting relatives and
-friends. ■ .:. ■ - ..
-Mrs. C. S. Bruce went to Kasson Mon
day to attend the funeral of her father.
p. Harvey is in Rochester, visiting at
his old home. - •
J^oph Shaver and G. H. Wcston were
In AY crthington this? week. : - .
- - P.O. Goembel and wife returned Wed
nesday from an extended visit at their
old home in Geneseo, • 111. , "
William Manchester, of Chad.ron
is visiting his brother, L. Manchester.:
E. A^ Brown left Friday for Washing
ton, D. C where he will meet - Mrs.
Brown, who was there attending/ the
'•■Woman -- Suffrage convention. From
Washington Mr. and Mrs. Brown will
tnoke an extended trip through Florida
_ Mr. 11. J. Miller and daughter, Miss
Ellabcrt, returned Wednesday from St
Paul. _ . ■ : .
J. \V. Gerber Is in St. Paul this week.
Miss Amelia Aanenson visited Sun
day with friends in Adrian. ' %
Frank Langham - was in Worthington
this: week. . • - . -
>The tieventy-sixth birthday anniversary
• •t Mrs. O. H. Tweeten was very pleas-
*% /TV 0 slgn*tufe is on ever > f box of *c genuine
(D y^j^^M Laxative Brpmo-Quinine Tablets,
*9 ita remedy that cures a cold in ghi day.
Ed Buckley returned Wednesday from
Canton. S. D.
Dr. H. W. Bertram and H. H. Gray
are in St. Paul this week,
antly celebrated this week at her home
on South Freeman avenue by a number
of her friends giving her a surprise par.
Dr. A. E. Spalding was in Estherville,
Icwa, this week, attending the sessions
of. Hie Upper Dcs Moines Medical asso
Hotel Luverne will close this week, and
the building will be converted into a ma
chinery warehouse.
JThe Knights of Pythias of Luverne
ITe'dge No. 113 celebrated the anniversary
of the organization of the order Wednes
day evening by giving a dance and card
party to their friends.
The Pioneers gave their third annual
banquet and ball Friday evening.
The Owl Roost club composed of the
younger young men of the city have or
ganized themselves into a secret society
whose principal object is to gVe fort
nightly hops. They will henceforth be
known as Algonquins.
Rev. Alfred Peterson, pastor of the
Baptist church arrived home with his
bride Friday morning. Mrs. Peterson
was Miss Mabel Warner Gooch and her
marriage to Mr.. Peterson took place in
Minneapolis on Wednesday last.
Washington's birthday was celebrated
in Crookston by two character socials,
one given by the Presbyterian young
people, and the other being the occa
sion of the annual dinner of the Coru
gregational church.
The initiation of twenty candidates
principally from the surrounding valley
towns was the occasion of a large gath
ering of Elks in Crookston Wednesday
J. F. Creamer attended the State Odd*
fellow encampment in Minneapolis thl3
week where he was elected Grand Pat
riarch. Mr. Creamer will visit Cresco,
lowa^ and will return to Crookston in
a few days with Mrs. Creamer who has
been visiting in lowa for several weeks.
The Misses Brown gave a parcel show
er for Miss Emma Woodall Saturday aft
ernoon. Miss Woodall will be married
March 5, to Mr. John Gunnis, of Key
Mrs. John Fairbairn, of Stillwater, is
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Charles
Miss Marguerite Ray returned Wed
nesday, from Lake City where she has
been en^/ged in the study of music for
several morths past.
Word was received Friday of the seri
ous illness of Mrs. R. A. Wilkinson, who
is spending the winter in Georgia. She
has been joined by Mr. Wilkinson.
Mrs. A. C. Wilkinson and Mrs. C. W.
Russel entertained on Thursday and Fri
A reception will be tendered this even
ing to Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson
by the people of the Baptist church.
Mrs. G. N. Palmer is in Winona visit
ing her father H. H. Dickman, who was
formerly register of the Crookston land
office. ■
One of the pleasant events of the week
was the annual entertainment of children
by the ladies of the Royal Neighbor lodge
of this city Friday evening. About 230
children were present.
Mrs. William Mitchell entertained tha
fat. Mary's guild and St. Andrew's club
at the rectory on Shrove Tuesday
Miss Angie Pickitt died Friday from
the effects of an attack of diphtheria.
The Mothers' Circle of the W. P. T U
held a meeting in the Methodist church
.Thursday. Among the speakers were:
Mrs. E. A. Orr, Mrs. A. E. King and
Mrs. Mclntyre.
Dr. E. A. Lyman spent several days of
this week in St. Paul attending the "den
tal association meeting.
George A. Jaehning returned Monday
from Fargo, N. D.
Mrs. I. N. Tompkins returned Thurs
day from a visit with relatives at Man
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Baldwin visited
with relatives at Hastings last week.
W. 11. Wallace went to Northfield Fri
day to attend a meeting of the sLate
Albert Zrust visited with friends in the
Twin Cities this week.
George B. Hughes was in St. Paul
last week visiting with his brother-in
law. E. S. Pettijohn.
Mrs. Bunker visited with her daughter
in Sleepy Eye last week.
Mrs. E. G. Oomstock was the guest of
her daughter in Vesta last week.
D. E. Laird has returned from his visit
at Minneapolis.
Miss Iva Gale was the guest of Miss
Pryor, of Morgan, last wsek.
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Woodward, who
have been the guests of their daughter,
Mrs. F. J. Barackman, returned to their
home in Granite Falls.
L. Redding, of I.amberton, was in town
la»t week.
Mrs. G. R. Pease passed away Fri
day, after suffering from consumption
for several years.
Presiding Elder J. F. Stout, of the Wi
nona district,; gave a lecture at the Cen
tral Methodist church on Friday evening
on "The Battle of Gettysburg "
An important meeting of the member
ship of the Y. M. C. A. was held on
Saturday evening at which the "Get
One club ' was organized as a part of
an _ effort to increase the membership of
the association. •■- ..,.., ..-,. H
Dr. Lauia A. Lcnton, of the state hos
pital at Rochester, is spending a few
Mrs* a"! %ifl SUeSt °f JudSG and
ashington's birthday exercises were
carried out at a number of the schools
riday. :■ -. - -■ ■ ■ .■.
i A curling match between Pickwck and
Winona teams was held on Saturday
afternoon. The - match was close re
sulting in a victory for Winona by a
score of 11 to 10. '' - - .
The Normal Athletic - association has
been organized by the election of the fol
lowing officers: r ~ President. ■U. • Harris •
vice president, Tjm Cbnsidine; cantain'
Tim Considine; manager,; R. Bolcom.
Secretary. Kates, of the>Y. M. C A.
went 'to Dover jon - Sunday and preached
in the Methodist church there. - .
The Winona Choral clu is holding very
satisfactory rehearsals of "The Rose
Maiden." which it willgive after Lent.
: A. relic social, at the home of Mrs L
C. Johnson proved auite a novelty. Prof'
Comstock, of the University of 'Wiscon
sin, has ueen secured to give an address'
to the pupils of the high school on "Mod
ern Study of the Stars." - • - -
The newly formed Men's Club of the
Episcopal Church will hold a meeting on
Tuesday evening and listen to a paper
by H. E. Melvin on "The . Early History
of the Local Church." - - Jv
■ MS®, Emma Ludwig] of this city, who
is studying music in Milwaukee, is meet
ing with marked success. - She has been
engaged to sing with Bach's orche<t>a at
the reception to Prince Henry, -v
.William"E-bner left Monday for an ex
tended tour of : the territory north of this
, ■ Attorney C. Ll Baxter, of Fergus Falls
was in the city Friday night on his return
from ■ Perham. \ - • .-..■-,;,
- F. W. ". Potter; went to Willmar Monday
night: to confer with • President D * N
Tallman, of the ; Central Minnesota Tele
phone .: company, -^ regarding telephone,
plans which are mapped out for the com
ing season. -. - w - - .
r M £f- C A C- East went- to - Minneapo
lis Monday. >-- .j j. --, L
; ♦v,Geo^se^- Em P. of Verndale, was in
the city Monday on business. ■•■■'*
Miss Ella Moore left Thursday morning
for Breckenridge, where she will be em
ployed this season. :■-; • .
- :.T A,F-"." Moore " spent~ Sunday '- at Bemidii
visiting his nephew, George Buckley
George M. Stowe left Monday night : for !
St. Paul to attend the grand lodge meet
ing of Hie Workmen order.
Mrs. F. B. Coon spent Tuesday in
Verndale, the guest of Mrs. Fulton.
Col. Joseph Askew paid Menahgo a
visit Tuesday.
D. E. Jones went to Hewitt Monday.
Mrs. Thomas Hooker of Staples has
been the guest of Mrs. Isaac Smith dur
ing the week.
Miss Cordelia Street has returned from
a two-weeks' visit in St. Louis, Kansas
City and Webb City.
Miss Sarah Arnold leaves tomorrow for
Crookston where she will teach school.
Mrs. A. E. Tucker attended the Degree
ot Honor convention held in St. Paul
Tuesday as delegate from the local lodge
A. E. Kasner, county auditor, went to
St. Paul Wednesday on business.
David Patton is dangerously ill with
typhoid fever.
Miss Birdie Patten entertained the M.
A. club at six o'clock dinner.
Henry Chalgren has been appointed ad
ministrator for the estate of the late
Anna Walstrom.
J. A. Senn. county attorney, was sum
moned to Duluth Wednesday on account
of the death of his nephew, Arthur Beck
The home of J. B. Gazett, of Rice, wa3
badly damaged by fire Monday.
Miss Florence Newell leaves" Monday
for Deerwood to resume her teaching.
Mrs. J. H. Coates, Mrs. J. A. A. Wood
and Mrs. H. P. Wood will attend • the
annual meeting of the Territorial Pio
neers at Minneapolis Saturday evening
Miss Mary McLean is the guest of Miss
Jean Angus this week.
C. A. Daley, who has been in the shoe
business here for twenty-five years, has
sold his store to a Mr. Friberg, of Wis
Messrs. E. A. Jewett, W. L. Parsons, D.
M. Brom and H. W. Wiheelock made up
the Fergus Falls whist team which play
ed Friday and Saturday at Brainerd in
the annual convention of the Red River
Valley Whist association.
E. E. Adams and wife. C. J. Sawbridge
and wife and H. M. W-hee'lock went to
Minneapolis Wednesday to attend the
Editorial association meeting.
Washington's birthday was celebrated
by a local entertainment at the Lyceum
in the evening, arranged by Manager C.
W. McKay.
James Doyle died Sunday of typho d
fever. He was twenty-eight years old
and was buried from his parents' home'
in the township of Friberg.
Judge Frankberg went to St. Paul Fri
day to attend a state meeting of the Judg
es of probate.
Miss Alice Smith has gone to Chicago
to visit her sister.
A large class has been formed for the
study of German, with Rev. J. J. Ren
dahl. a fine German scholar, instructs
Miss Mertie Bertelson ha« gone to Bel
trami to visit her brother, Dr. Bertelson
Miss Grace Van Eman spent last Satur
day and Sunday visiting with Mrs. Thos.
Rader, of Delano.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stewart and daught
er, of Minneapolis, visited Buffalo rela
tives from last evening until Tuesday.
Miss Annie Donelly, of Minneapolis
visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. Copeland of
this village this week.
Miss Stella Jacobs, of Delano, visited
Buffalo friends last Tuesday.
Fred Ward is visiting with his mother,
Mrf. J. Ward, of this village this week.
Mrs. M. C. Woolley represented the
Degree of Honor of this lodge in St.
Paul rlast week. Aaron Reinmuth was
the delegate for the A. O. U W
Frank Enghauser, of Maple "Lake, spent
Wednesday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jos. Enghauser of this village
W. W. Wendall, of Ontonagon, Mich.,
is visiting his brother, Attorney J H
Wendell, of Buffalo.
Rev J. W. Vallentyne, who has for the
past four years been pastor of the M
E. church of this village, recently re
ceived and accepted a call to preach for
the Congregational church at Marshall
The high school and reventf? and eighth
grades organized a literary society Fri.
day aiternoon. and elected the following
officers: President. Chas. Thomson; vie! I
Pe m sld«^ Grace Dickinson; secretary,
James Whalen.
The Commercial club this week took
steps looking toward the establishment
of a rest room." v
stSy H left Monday for a short
stay at Watertown, S. D.
Frank C. Thornton was a Saintly City
vi&ttor the fore part, of the week -
L. Le Clai." is making arrangements
for opening a restaurant in Danvers.
_ Hugh McCune entertained a number of
friends .at a valentine party this week.
m Miss Emma Jensen and Mrs. P Mc-
Goveni were in attendance on the D. of
VrF™"£ l?, dgre at Bt Paul this reek
Miss ■ Mable Munger?: entertained at a
farewell party for Miss Margaret ; Miller
on Monday evening. miner
tn^ Loren Maxfield. an old-time Ben-
De"ano, dMfnn! aSt We€k at h6r hOme ln
M. P. Moran, president :of the Grain
Growers association, was a Benson vis
ito;r Saturday. » _
•D M" 7^-1 E ola» nd and wife - and daughter
and C. B. McCune : and : wife of .- the
Times; O. E, I Hogue and wife, of the
Review, and Julius Thorson, of tha Mon
itor, took in the editors' meet mis week
Representatives of the local bowl ng
club went to Willmar Thursday and de
feated the Willmar team. T -\:
M.- W. Swenson left;Tue3day to acc-pt
a situation traveling \ for Jordan & Co
of St. Paul. -"' . : v
- Miss Tina Peterson left Tues3ay noon
for a short stay in St. Paul, after which
she will go; to North Dakota for the
summer. - --.-•■■• c
.Through .the instrumentality of the
Commercial club an agreement for early
closing has been effected between the
merchants and their clerks'
. John E. Nolan is enjoying a visit from
his mother and sister from St. : Thomas,
Mrs. J. Thompson assistant superin
tendent of the Children's - ome Society
of Minnesota, spoke; in i the different
churches : here on Sunday. While here
she found a home for a little seven-year
old • girl. ...„. ." -. '.;-r- • .:
_ Mts. • Sarah r Braithwait - and dp."-^*e"
Mabel of Hutchinson, are visiting rela
tives in the city. .: . l
Mrs Thomas ; ITcDavitt and daughter. •
•°J btA. Paul, were ■ guests of Mr. anS
Mrs. G. H. Haven this-week.
--_ Mrs. M. R. Hurning entertained the cf
ficers of the ..Eastern Star at her I home
:on Friday evening. ; . .
, Mr and Mrs. D. B. Dunham entertain
I ed the Western Star - Card club on Fri- I
j day evening. „•-■■ ,-•' -_;_.■.; ■ ,-„ ;_• ,:.-■•'•.. ~. ..■. .-•)
;- Mrs. George Moore gave a dinner party
on. Wednesday in honor of the eighty
ninth anniversary of the : s birth of > her i
mother, .: Mrs. Pollyan» Morrison. i
::"' Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ginter of Stew- j
artville., spent Sunday with re.atives in i
this city. . - ' j
:-• Andrew Houghton came up from Chi
cago for a stay at the home of ii.s par
ents, Mr. . and Mrs. A. A. Houghton. - >i
-- Miss Ruth ■ Haven, who is teaching s in '
Kasson, spent Sunday with her parents. "
|S Senator Joseph Underleak spent ' Sun
day r with his family here. :j
■"" Mrs. William : Ellwood has gone to St i
Paul ■to join her " husband.
F. G. Shumway has gone on a busino
trip -to the western . part of : the state r
Chas. Sherwin has returned to British
Columbia after; an extended visit with
; relatives here. _
i W. ;H. Smith ';has; returned from an ex
tended trip East during . which ■; time hia
son Roy - took his place -in the ■ West
Point military academy. ;-->W.'*v; .
Dr. C. J. Sigmond has t been icatled to
Minneapolis "- on =- account c of 5 the > serioua
Illness of his mother. •■ .-.-. -.. .. ..
County Auditor J. C v Marshall i* able
to be out again after his tussle with pneu
A very large attendance and enjoyable
time was had at the Firmen's annual ball
the 21st. A large number of .people were
masked. Supper was furnished at the
lerris Grand restaurant,
George Younjrmeyer is home from an
extended vacation to Southern points.
Miss Isabel Spiencer will entertain the
Duplicate Whist club at her home Tues
day evening.
Joseph Poetz, of St. Peter, was the
guest of his parents the fore part of the
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Latham, of Minne
apolis, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Johnson.
The D. of H. entertained at progressive
crokinole at their last meeting.
Mrs. W. N. Southworth has returned
from a fortnights visit with her parents
at EvansvUle, 111.
The Literary club will meet at the home
of Mrs. C. G. Hinds tonight.
A Washington party was given at Fra
ternity hall Fridy night uncier the aus
pices of the Christian Endeavor socie
Percy Passage, of Minneapolis, was the
guest of his friend, Val Chewning, from
Saturday until Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Storer were Tw'n
City visitors Tuesday and Wednesday.
Hugo Teinsh spent Sunday with his
parents in West St. Paul.
Mrs. Joseph Linhoff was a Twin City
visitor from Thursday until Sunday.
Charles G. Hinds attended the Grand
lodge sessions of the A. O. U. W. at St.
Paul during the week in his capacity of
member of the committee on laws.
The Senior Whist club was entertained
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Miss Hazel Tulsor, of St. Paul, is the
guest of her friend. Miss Nellie Page.
M. B. Humes is recovering from a se
vere attack of bronchitis.
The judgment of $2,140 secured by Mrs.
Elizabeth Sartell against the Royal
Neighbors of America has been paid.
Mayor J. R. Boyd has been confined to
his bed several days with a severe ill
Dr. Shoemaker, superintendent of the
public schools, left today to attend the
annual meeting of national superinten
dents. He will spend two days at Me
nomonie, Wis., inspecting the manual
training department of the public schools.
B. P. Gorman has purchased material
for a two-story solid brick business block
which he will erect on St. Germain street
this spring.
Mrs. Edward Bublitz slipped and fell at
her home, and sustained a broken wiist.
Mrs. J. F. Jerrard is seriously ill at her
home -in this city.
A horse driven by Aaron Erickson, of
Sauk Rapids, broke through the ice on
Little Rock lake and was drowned be
iore hPlp reached the scene.
A lodge of Daughters of Erin will be
organized in this city shortly with a
charter membership of forty.
Master Mechanic Mortimer, of this di
vision of the Great Northern, expects
to leave St. Raphael's hospital shortly
for his home in Minneapolis. He has
been in the hospital six months, suffeiing
from two crushed feet.
Conductor Thomas O'Day, who has
been iil in a hospital at Portland, Wash .
for several months, reached home last
Julius Adams will erect a two-story
brick business block adjoining the site of
the new government building.
Mrs. C. Lund has returned to her home
in Icwa after an extended visit with her
daughter, Mrs. N. Korshund.
Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Allen, of Glencoe,
visited Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Haynes Sun
Miss Ida Barnum returned to her home
at Hastings Tuesday after a short visit
William Whitcher, of Mineapolis. was
the guest of his brother, Charles Whitch
er, Sunday.
J. D. Gillespie. of Mora, Minn., visited
Li. P. Fluke .and family over Sunday.
The W. R. C. gave a colonial tea and
social in G. A. R. hall on Saturday even
ing in commemoration of Washington's
Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Goodrich, of Pres
cott, Wis., were in Farmington Wednes
day on their way to Le Sueur Center,
where they will reside in the future.
Chris Etter visited hi^ parents at Broun
ton this week.
Mrs. N. H. Brownell is the guest of re
lations in the city this week.
The Parish sruil^. were entertained by
Mrs. M. Niedukom Friday afternoon.
The Ladies' Twentieth Century Carna
tion olu'b was entertained by Mrs. Frank
Blake Friday afternoon.
Mi. and Mrs. Charles Pool visited In
the Twin Cities this week.
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Mrs. O. J. De Lendre; c gave a doll
luncheon at which Mrs. Jones won the
prize for the best story and Mrs. Whit
worth for the best dressed doll. L
Mrs. H. E. Goodrich gave a dancing
and card party, followed by a luncheon.
The Circle of Nine, which has devoted
the winter to the study of Shakspere,
was entertained by Mrs. E. H. Lambert.
Dr. and Mrs. Storey entertained about
a hundred of their friends at their
apartments in the Swart house.
Mrs. J. F. Walker was hostess to a
party of friends Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Boyce entertained
the South Side Euchre club Monday
evening, and this week the club will
meet with Dr. and Mrs. Andrews.
Six-handed euchre was played at the
entertainment given by Mrs. J. L. Ro
Mrs. Jean Day is in Chicago for a short
Mrs. S. J. Kidder is in New York.
Bishop Man is in Pembina today.
Mrs. F. L. Hale, who has been In In
diana for some we»ks, is expected home
in a few days.
The Cinch'club met with Mrs. Ralph
Tenney last week.
Col. and Mrs. Ball have joined the
North Dakota colony at Daytona, Fla.
Mrs. Hal Gearev gave a dinner party
Thursday evening".
The Dacotah club was enterta rned last
week by Ex-Congressman and Mrs.
A dinner party was given Friday even
ing by Col. and Mrs. 3#orrill.
Last evening Justice and Mrs. Young
entertained twenty of their friends at
A Martha Washington luncheon was
given Saturday afternoon by Mrs. W. A.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. White are enjoying
themselves on the Mediterranean.
Clerk and Mrs. J. A. Montgomery wll
return Tuesday from an extended "East
ern visit.
C. C. Schuler and Representative Leech
returned, this week from looking after
some mining investments in Arkansas.
City Auditor Rowers visitng at Car
Mo-, and Mrs. H. J%l.' Taber have re
turned from the Pacific coast, where
they spent several weeks.
The Jamestown Company H basketball
team defeated the VaUey City Normal
school team by a score of 29 to 15
The wedding of Miss Anna Posey and
William Grobe occurred Thursday even
ing at the residence of the brides par
County Commissioner C. R. Flint died
at his residence in Jamestown Friday
afternoon, after an illness of several
months. He was a leading Democrat of
the county and had held the office of
county commissioner two terms, was
county treasurer one term and assessor
three terms. He was born in Braiatree,
Vt., and was fifty-seven years of age.
He came to Jamestown in 18S2 and has
resided here since that time. His ster
ling- traits of character, his unfailing
charity for the weaknesses of humanity,
his generous nature, honesty and upright
ness in private life and his strict probity
and faithful performance of his duty a*s
a public official won his way to generpj
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weber entertain
ed friends Wednesday and Thursday
A team of Roya 1 Nelgihbors, from
New Rockford, exemplified the work of
the lodge at a meeting held here Wednes
day night at Which eleven candidates
were initiated. A banquet followed the
Mrs. F. H. SMpley, of Grand Forks, Is
the guest of Jamestown friends.
Mis® Nettie Stevens i 3 visiting in Min
Miss Margaret Harrison, of Minneap
olis, was the guest of friends in James
town this week.
H. N. Middleton has left for Chicago
and other points East.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Lenz have returned
from Green Bay and Milwaukee, Wis.,
where they visited relatives.
The funeral of the late Mrs. D. M.
Kellihec occurred Monday. Her broth
ers, M. E. Foley, of Seattle; Bart and
Dan Foley. of St. Paul, attended the fu
County Auditor L. B. Niemayer has re
turned from a trip to Milwaukee, West
Baden and other points East.
Mrs. A. M. Packard is a guest of Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Anderson.
Cards have been received from Mr,?.
Melinda Clark, of Noblesville, Ind., an
nouncing the wedding of her daughter
June and Alfred Emil Dickey, of James
town, Feb. 28, at Noblesville.
Mrs. Willis Simpson, of Mandan, is a
guest of Dr. and Mrs. Danford.
After five days consumed with the pre
liminary examination of Jeff May, charg
ed witn the murder of Harry Hibbs, tne
case has again been postponed and wJ.I
be taken up Monaay morning.
Sheriff Bogue was the recipient o-f a
surprise this week, when thirty old tim
ers of 1875 and 1876, gathered to greet
him on the occasion ot the twenty-rifth
anniversary or hia wedding.
Mesdames Newton and Graham enter
tained the Pauci Delecti club with &
colonial party. The table decorations,
and everything about the house were in
colonial style, and the guests wore cos
tumes of the colonial period.
Mrs. F. A. Briggs and daughter havo.
gone to Standing Rock to be the guests
01* Major Bingenheimer for a week.
The Fortnightly cluib at its meeting
last week elected officers for the ensuing
year as follows: President, Mrs. Gover
nor White; vice president, Mrs. F. H.
Register; secretary, Mrs. A. L. Woods;
treasurer, Mrs. C. M. Dahl.
E. E. Morris has been appointed as
sistant postmaster.
C. C. Clay, of Renville, Minn., visited
with relatives in the city this week, eu
route to Spokane, Wash., where he will
locate in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Harris entertained
a party of friends at cards last week.
Mrs. M. M. Cook and W. A. Brown took
the first prizes and Mr. R. J. Turner and
Mrs. E. S. Miller the consolation prizes.
Judge Winchester has. set March 18 as
the date for the term of district court
at W Tashburn.
Supt. Fannie Dunn has called a meet
ing of the presidents of school boards
of Burleigh county to be held Feb. 26,
for the discussion of matters of interest
to the schools of the county.
County Treasurer Falconer" reports over
$61,000 in taxes collected by the county
-officials for the month of January, one
of the largest collections ever made in
any month in the history of the county.
Traffic Manager E. H. Walker, of the
Wash-burn, is entirely satis-fled with Vac
record by the engine Great Falls, fired
with lignite coal, on the recent test trip
from Mandan to Jamestown and it la
freely predicted that in a short time the,
Northern Pacific will be using lignite as
part of its fuel.
B. P. Tilden, chief draughtsman in the
office of Surveyor General E. A. Williams,
has accepted an offer from a railroad
company that is building a new line in
Georgia to act as constructing engineer
at a salary of $2,500 a year and expense*.
Governor and Mrs. White are in Valley-
City to attend the annual ball of Com
pany G.
Mrs. M. Eppinger and family have re
turned from St. Paul, where they ac
companied the remains of the late M
Eppinger for final interment.
At the meeting of the Fortnightly club
at the home of R. M. Carothers on Mon
day evening President Merrifleld, of the
university, spoke on 'Some Popular Econ
omic Fallacies."
Miss Josephine Tennion, deputy audi
tor of Nelson county, spent a few- days
in the city, the guest of Miss Tharallson
The reception by the B. V P. U to th e
university students on Monday night was
a pleasant event. The church was beau
tifully decorated and the programme a
very interesting one.
F. W. Schlaberg returned on Tuesday
from a trip to Montana.
The lecture Toy Gen. Gordon on Tues
day evening attracted a large audience,
there being many present from out of
town. There were delegations of old sol
diers from Larimore and Grafton, and
the war reminiscences were greatly en
joyed by all who heard them.
J. D. Mills, one of the old-time resi
dents of this state, was a visitor in the
city last week.
A. J. Garver. of the Leeds News, was
a visitor in the city Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Redick entertained
about forty friends at cards on Wednes
day evening. Ten tables were played,
and after the game there was some ex
cellent music, and a supper was served
The Knights of Pythias held a reunion
on Thursday evening in honor ot the
thirty-ninth anniversary of the organi
zation of the first lodge in Washington
The meeting was attended by all the lo
cal members and many from outside the
city were present.
Mrs. Templeton entertained the ladies
of the Presbyterian church on Thursday
The W. C. T. IT. convention was held
on Friday evening in the Baptist church
and was well attended. The programme
comprised addresses and musical selec
tions, all of which were enjoyed. Among
those who took part were Messrs. Mix
ami Morwood. who sang a duel; Mr.
bcneefstad, who gave a violin solo, and
Mrs. Fuller, who sang. Addresses were
also delivered by Prof. Kennedy, of the
university, and Rev. F. H. Hays.
President Andrew Sandager, of the
State Bank of Lisbon, and Mrs. Sanda
ger returned Saturday from a three
weeks' visit at the hot springs in Mon
George H. and Mrs. Stevens, of Town
er. N. D., visited United States Attorney
and Mrs. Rourke a few days.
Mrs. A. E. Jones has returned from a
visit at Fargo.
Among the recent arrivals from lowa
are: H. D. Judd, of Cottonwood; A C.
Wells, E. A. Kingbeil and J. H Bul
lock, of Belmond.
Ransom county Farmers' institute
meets in the court house Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Platt were guests
of their son and others at Fargo lan
J. W. and Mrs. Summerfield entertained
a few young people Tuesday evening.
Mrs. F. R. Buskirk, of Dubuque, lowa
is visiting her sister. Mrs. G. A. Carr. '
Mrs. Linda W. Slaughter, widow of
Assistant Surgeon Slaughter, formerly of
Bismarck, is an inmate of the state sol
diers-' home in this city.
The Baptist church people will hold
a social Friday evening.
Boy Drowned While Fishing.
Special to The Globe.
ALBERT L.EA, Minn., Feb. 23.—After
their nine.-year-old son had been absent
all day yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. Tollef
Torgenson made search for him. The po
lice, with drag hooks, pulled the lifeless
body out of the lake. The lad had gone
fishing in the morning.
jj Jbuth Dakota jj
v. Charles Wright and . Miss Pearl Price,
both old-time ■ residents of Pierre, were
married a few days ago at Omaha, -
- ••« Miss Mabel Scott, of Madison, has bee*
engaged as a teacher in the Pierre
schools to take the place made vacant
by - the " marriage of v Miss Snyder.
.Mr.-and Mrs. George L. Fay have re
turniad from a trip to '■ Chicago.
The masquerade ball of: the Early
Hour dancing club at the Locke hotel
Thursday evening was well j attended and
a ■•:. number of i striking costumes were ar.
ranged for the occasion. _
S Governor and Mrs. Herreid: entertained
about ;flfty of their friends at the Locke
hotel Saturday evening. The parlor had
been g especially arranged for the occa
sion with draperies, couches and easy
chairs. ; The walls and galeries had been
decorated with flags and bunting, and
the windov/s of the dining room filled
with -palms." The guests - were seated at
two : long ~:tables which were decorated
with 1. asparagus . ferns ; and ■ pink - carna
tions. An. orchestra stationed in an ad
joining room rendered excellent selections
during the | progress j of, the dinner. After
the ; dinner, the : guests ■ adjourned ito the
parlor and indulged in progressive , whist
until midnight. _ . r- /z^:::^-^:'- -:-;':-:,„* .^~;
i Notwithstanding- *a stormy day Tuesday,
the V\ omans club held an' interesting
meetingat the home of Mrs Mead The
programme -was in charge .of the depart
ment of Modern Literature, and consisted
<jZ the story of Middlemarch told by Mrs
iJeßemer; a paper on "Dorothea's Mar
riages" by , Mrs. Gaffy music by Mrs
Si- H -' f?" tn; . and„' a PaPer on "George
Eliot's Hypocrites." ,by. Mrs. Mead : Aft
er a ; discussion of the paCpers and the
book light ■ refreshments were served by
the hostess. ■ .
, Prof. H. F. Lake of- this city is making
a strong effort to reorganze the Cement
City band..•• < - - -
Mrs. Mary E. Chase, of this city,died
at her home yesterday at the age of S3
years." ,';. -. .. -_■...- . .' T: .-._■ ._•
. The children of the city schools cele.
bra ted Washington's biithday in each
room, holding patriotic exercises.
,Prof. : C. -W.rMartindale of the city
schools, left..- today .-for Chicago where
he will attend the meeting of the depart
ment of superintendents of the National
Educational association. ...
The ladies of Christ church have or
ganized a Lenten club, they meet every
Thursday -afternoon. ■-. - y
Fred Davies, E. Dietrich. Miss Sarah
mighes and Miss Julia Dudley I wiU leave
Monday for Toronto, Canada, where they
will attend the - International Christian
Endeavor convention. „
,MJ?- J il S -* ldebrand who has been
visiting her daughter Mrs. B. M. Bancon
lowareturned ato : her home at Waterloo,
: The ladies of the Congregational church
held a very pleasant "George Washington
Party v? st evening at the home of 11.
c>. -Gamble. *.-. -:...-. .- . ,--; :l ~-
WHITING, lowa, Feb. 23.-Charles A
Anderson has. filed M claim with the-state
department at. Washington * tor: «o OJO
damagesjfor the .death of his sister H Ida.
b. Anderson,; who was killed by th= Bux
ers. in Mongolia province. China, in ISO)
lwo of Anderson's sisters were: killed in
China during the ;: late uprising against ;
foreigners, but only one was a subject of
the United States, the other sister being
subject of Sweden.-Hilda' S. Andert
f° n lO< was-? atralized ~at Rnckford, 111,
in 1897, and went to China as a mission
ary for. the Christian Alliance. . .
Mayor Johnson Lending Candidate
for Place of Mayor.
Special to The Globe.
. FARGO, N. D. Feb. ■. 23.-Clty politics
is beginning to agitate the minds of the
Jargo voters now. Several candidates are
being discussed for the various offices
For the mayoralty a petition is being cir
culated for the renomination of the pres
ent incumbent, J. A. Johnson. The lat
terjs completing his fourth term, having
served one many years ago and three
consecutively. He has done more at au
vertising Fargo than all the other mayors
coirbined. and while he has made ene
mies by : his official acts, >he has won tho
unanimous support of so many . citizens
that .his.'election does not seem particu
larly difficult to i his friends. .In addition
to his efforts locally, the mayor has been
president of the League of American Mu
nicipalities, and . has take a prominent
Part in other national organizations
_. Some -of the business men are agitat
ing the nomination- of .W.:■ D. Sweet a
wholesale harnessmaker. - Mr. Sweet' is
an old-timer lin ; Fargo, and I served sever
al yarS« in the city council as chairman
of the - finance committee. g Many of his
friends ; feel that he would give *Fargo a
good: business administration, and may
insist on his candidacy.' '
The Socialists of Fargo are said, to
have switched from Arthur Bassell to I>r
hams, and may nominate him for the
mayoralty. While they have no hope of
electing - him, they feel that it is a good
time to make a showing, arid that if
t«ere + are tW other candidates in the
field, : they will be able to hold the bal
ance of power. .;.-.--:".- :
---.Candidates for 1 aldermen "are - bobbing
nUmerousry in ail the wards- i and the'
indications are. that ; the race in some
of the wards will be a lively one ■
tn Pittr^ ' Beem to be" no opposition
All eTISUr^ r Mitch ell's re-election.
All "- the other offices are * appointive, un
der the city charter, except city justice
which may be hotly contested between
Judges Gearey and Hanson. - -
Xe K r© Implicates Another Prisoner
in Slaying of Mongolian.
Special to The Globe.
WEST SUPE.RIOR. Wis.. Feb 23-
Charles Woods has confessed having
been implicated in the crime of killing
Charley Vim, the Chlense laundryman
who was murdered Christmas H*
charges that Peter Jackson.anothe- ne~ro
"°der arrest, committed the actual mur-
Woods is the negro who was arrested
by the St. Paul police Friday, at the re
quest of the Superior authorities Both
prisoners will be arraigned tomorrow
morning on the charge of murder
Woods says that he and Jackson
planned the murder for the^urpo;e of
theft. Tihey secured $7.50 as the reward
of their crime.
Milwaukee to Build.
Special to The Globe.
SIOUX "FALLS, S. D., Feb. 23.-The
business of the Milwaukee railroad at
this point has increased to such an ex
tent that the present yard facilities have
become too cramped, and will be en
larged at an expense of several- thousand
dolars. Among other improvements to be
made will be a 100-foot addition to tha
company's freight house. The enlarging
of the yard capacity will require a vast
amount of earth as the ground upon
Avhich it is intended to build aditional
tracks is now considerably below grade.
Killed Asleep on n Bridge.
Special to The Globe.
LUVERNE, Minn.. Feb. 23.-Henry Eg
gen, a laborer, was Instantly killed Ja?t
night, when struck by a midnight pas
ser-ger train on the Omah/i bridge, east
of town. His head and legs were severed
from his body. Eggen presumably either
fell asleep or fell down and was unable
to get up. He was thirty-five years old
and unmarried.
Grand Forks* Has Mayoralty
on for First Time in Eight
Years — Cowan Stir* i
l»p Matters.;
Special to The Globe.
GRAND FORKS, N. D., Feb. 23 -
The city election is now the thing In
Grand Forks. For the first time in
eight years there will be a contest for
the position of mayor. Eight years ago
occurred the historic contest between W
J. Andeirson and H. L. Whithed. Whit
hed had been mayor for a few months,
owing to the retirement of mayor Rich
ardson. Whithead was then president. <>I
the council, and was elected by the coun
cil to fill the unexpired term. Shortly be
fore the spring election he was nominated
by a citizen's committee, and became an
active candidate. He is a Democrat,
and though many Republicans joined in
signing his petition, a Republican cam
paign was began against him at a Re
publican convention. W. J. Anderson
was nominated, and the fight began
There were over 1,200 votes cast, and
Anderson was elected by the narrow ma
jority of 50, after one of- the hottest cam.
paigns on record. At the election two
years later John Dinnie was nominated,
and there seemed no one willing to make
the struggle for the position. Mr. Din
nie was therefore elected without opposi
tion. He has since been elected in the
same manner twice since that time, and
.ia now closing his sixth year's contin
uous service.
Mayor Dinnie left the city some weeks
ago on an extended trip West and South,
and he has not yet returned. He made
no statement before he went as to his
intentions as to the office, and there has
been some doubt as to his being again a
candidate. A few days ago Dr. H. M.
Wheeler was suggested for the place, and
a petition nominating him has been circu
lated. Dr. Wheeler has made a public •
statement that he is a candidate. The
friends of Mayor Dinnie have also cirr
culated a similar petition, and this is be
ing signed. It is not known whether he
will accept, but it is presumed that those
having the petition in charge are assured
that he will. There will be no lack of
effort to briiKj out the ent'ro vote, a.wi
the campaign wml be a lively ono.
There has been some talk of the possi
bility of Mayor Dinnie being a candidate
for governor, but it is not known what
prospect there is of this coming to pass.
Until a year or two ago there was the
best of feeling between Dinnie and Chair
man Budge, of the Republican commit,
tee. This good feeling no longer exists,
and if Mr. Dinnie should become a candi
date for the position of governor he may
depend upon the enthusiastic opposition
of all of the Bud** p..f,ple. Uk iv- these
conditions it would be difficult for him to
secure the county delegation, without
which it would be impossible for him to
do anything.
There Is no lack of timber tor utate
and national offices in the country. John
Sorley would like to go to congress, jrie
lias a good law practice and has made
a good deal of money during the la^t
tew years and could afford to maintain
a seat, in congress. The fact that He is
a Scandinavian would be of assistance
to him in the campaign In thia county
and might help him to the r.om "nation
In the state convention. W. J. Ar.d.-rson
is also a candidate for this position, and
there is no better fighter in the county
than he. J. D. Bacon, state representa
tive from the Sixth district. Is another
candidate who is actively at work. For
the other positions there are J. M. ("och
rane and J. H. Bosard, who are can
didates for the supreme bench; E. C.
Cooper, a candidate for state Insurance
commissioner, and James Collins, the
present sheriff, who would not b? averse
to a seat on the railroad commission.
There are probably some other r?and!.
dates who have not yet reported.
There is a good deal of criticism here*
of the action of President Worst, of the
j agricultural college at Fargo. lor his
attempt to deafeat an appropriation lor
the state school of mines, which i* a
part of the university at Gran<l Forks.
A bill was introduced in congress re
cently carrying an appropriation for
i schools of mines such as this, which ap
propriation is to increase until it reaches
the sum of $10,000 annually. It is stated
that Mr. Worst endeavored to- have the
agricultural college included in the grant,
and failing in this, brought about the
introduction of a separate bill to the
same effect. The effect of this, it 13
stated in correspondence from Washing
ton, will probably be to defeat the entire
Out In Ramsey county Judge Cownn
is stirring up some of the dry Lones
In the legal fraternity, if report? are cor
rect. A few days ago he admniatTfred
a warm roast to a jury in a blind pis
case which agreed to disagree. The
court called the jury before him and
stated in no mild terms that the disa
greement was without warrant, and that
it was a deliberate attempt t.-> defeat
justice. He ordered the prisoner off to
jail again, and announced that be would
be tried again at the present term of
couTt. The prisoner's attorney, P. v.
Townsend, immediately filed an affidavit
of prejudice against the court, and Judge
Pollock, of Fargo, will be called to try
the case.
Plans Laid for Aagnxt Counting Meet
■ * at Sioux Falls.
Special to The Globe. "
■ i SIOUX FAL,LS,;; S. D.. Ft-b. 23.-At an
; adjourned meeting of the board of - gov
ernors of the « South Dakota Field Trial
association, held: in this city for the pur
pose of; naming the. number of stakes^and
the'amount of the purses for the annual
field trials, to be held in rAuKust, it was
decided to give an all-age, derby and Sub
scription stake, to guarantee $400 : ln the:
all ages .and $300 in the -derby, divided ,
as follows: Forty per cent to first, 30 per
cent •- to j second, 20 , per cen t-to * third ' and
10 '- per cent to - fourth, with - $10 : = to - nom
inate and $10 to start. -vThe subscription
stake ; will : consist: of all the moneys- de
rived from the; nominating; and starting
fees, less -5 'j per cent, * and will . be ■;■ open
to all -"dogs in " the: United■-' States and
; Canada, regardless of their , previous win- i
nings.' _ Ths nominating fee will be * $10,
and the starting I fee $15 for each dog. -
Edward F. Olin Jr. : Deud. """T"
Special Tto^The Globe. ,
i> SPARTA. Wia, Feb. 23.—Edward !F.
Olin Jr., aged 'twenty-nine, one of the
foremost young ? men of this ? city, died >,
at % his t; home T: at 1 8 '■ o'clock .'. this "; rAorning..
of 1 consumption. He.waa connected with,
--; the O. -I. Newton's Sons oompany, jof this !
city. :.;-;• ■ --■:'.:: : ■♦■.-.;-.- .
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