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- Bt-^^w ' ~'~^\kN~~-'" -*■*>•"■""'. '-""!'• VC* '■'~-'-?-^"~~ ■-' '■: .■"•■-""-" -■■" . • ' jjR .-*•*•■ ■■-•..'"•-^*. ~: '•"■; -■-;■-' ■- ?'■*%*} ■- ' ' ■i"-*il-^*^; *'"■ ."-•'- THE 'erection of a permanent home for ._tke, Theodore Thomas or chestra and the publishing of %he latter's biography—the book wiH be" out very soon—are two events wbfcji are sure to accomplish much in tire way of strengthening the claim of thT? srNM!#"West that it is the real centej^ef suph musical culture as the country possesses. "Ah, we know Thomas in Berlin," remarked a foreign musician the other day with true Teu tonic condescension. But he meant to i:om*y a compliment in his recogni tion a/}£JL.Jia jXid convey a compliment, although as a bright American re marked after the foreigner's departure, it is a compliment which Berlin can share with Thomas. So far as the leadw'flv-biography is concerned, it will necessarily be quite as much a history of the musical development of the Mid dle, West as a history of Mr. Thomas and his orchestra, and this is why it wttl have a special significance. Mr. Thomas -himself has announced that the book will include something like 5,000 programmes that he has arranged and played in this country—a collec tion which should represent not an un satisfactory-history in itself of musical development here. Mrs. Jessica De Wolf will sing a group of songs at the Schubert mu sicale Wednesday afternoon. The pro gramme, which was announced as "miscellaneous" in the prospectus re cently issued by the club has just been made up. Besides airs. De Wolf, Mrs. Hermann Scheffer, Mrs. W. M. Thurs ton, Miss Elizabeth Michener and Miss Gertrude Hall" will take part in the programme, and a song cycle, "Flower Songs," by Arthur Foote, will be sung by Mrs. Newson, Mrs. Dixon, Mrs. Col ville. Miss Mather and Miss Lindsey. Mrs. Scheffer's piano numbers will be "t^rghettp," Henselt, and "Fleder maus," Strauss-Schutt. Miss Michener amfMiSß-Hall will play the first move mppt of, a sonata for violin and piano (op. 13) by Rubenstein, and Mrs. Thurston will sing "Tom der Reiner." Loewe; "Gesang Weylas," Hugo Wolf, and "Allerseelen Tag," Richard Strauss. Mrs. Hoffmann will be the accompanist. The programme represents a brilliant offering and it will bring before the club artists that It delights to honor. MUSICAL NOTES The Mozart-club has decided upon Sun day, Nov. 27, as the day for the produc tion of Lortzing's opera, "Czar and Zim merniann.". The chorus, as well as the soloists, of which there are seven, have been; studying for several months, and the prospects for a successful production «re very good. Danz's full orchestra has again been enpaged to take charge of tho instrumental part of the performance. The club is under the direction of Prof. Wil liam Maenner. . Baoh was studied at the first meeting of the Home'Slid-Study Class, which met in the studio of Mrs. Parness, the leader of tlic- class. Miss Notma Hauser played rftenuet and gavotto. G major, and march, I> major: Mis.s Hattie Pettis played the monuef:. G major, and fantasia, C major; also garbttos" N To. 1 and No. 2of the Eng lish suite. Miss JL-ydia Lee played the ■> polonaise (andante non trbppo) arranged by Hoffmann. Miss Martha Hanson play ed the prelude in E major; fugue, C ma- T •.,. .... . ♦ i mam i ■ i r-i ■■■«—■■■■■■■—wi 4 1 —— « ♦ The past week we have sold from stock and on orders ♦ more Seal and Otter Garments than for a month pre -4 vious. Last Mon lay we could have taken a special ♦ order-to deliver in a week, but look enough to keep our *-shop busy two ..weeks. Therefore if you want a gar tine nt, remember it's nearly November ist, and by the t tjfrfe your order can be filled you will want it to Wear. ♦One week from now we may have taken enough more I orders so that we would have to have three weeks to ♦ fill yours. Be wise, ♦ Aikxmr garment business has been under strong compe ♦ titism, and we got the sales merely because we had the J bast goods for the least maney. Nobody can touch us -J-bn a Seal or Otter Garment is style, quality or price. ♦ l?nntF© should be selected now while as «/llllu<§l!lL IT lUl'I §> sortment is good. Lots of ours y we couldn't duplicate for 25 per cent more than present <- prices. Come in and see what we have. : : ; ♦ 11 ~" 11 ■ 1 I 99 EAST SIXTH STREET. **■ " £& Jhl m^^^ .tfßk^A jor, and preludio and fugue. A major, Mrs. Parnell played the prelude and fugue in O minor from "Well Tempered Clarichord.' Mrs W. M. Thurston, contralto, and Harry K. George, tenor, will sing at the concert which is to be given Thursday evening, Nov. 10, in Christ church guild hall The proceeds of the entertainment will help to defray the cost of placing the new pipe organ in the Church of the Messiah. Mrs De Wolfe will give a recital at the Park Congregational church Nov. 22. This recital will be under the auspices of the Grade Teachers' federation, and for the benefit of the hospital bed supported by that organization. Mrs. De Wolfe will be heard for the first time this year in re cital. PROGRAMMES The Grenadier Guards band jyill give a concert this evening in the new armory. Those who were fortunate enough to hear this band play last week at the People's church will welcome the announcement of its return. It is by far the best mu sical organization of its kind that has been heard in St. Paul for many seasons. The following excellent pro gramme will be played at tonight's con-, cert: March—"The Old Dessauer". .A. Williams Grand Selection—'Faust" Gounod Including Chorus of Swordsmen, " 'Gainst the Powers of Evil" (Act 2); duet, "Farewell, the Hour Is Late" (Act 3); chorus, "Light as Air at Dawn of Morn ing" (Act 3); recitative, " 'Tig Wither'd, Alas" (Act 3); air, "AH Hail Brightest of Days"- (Act 1); cavatina, "All Hail Thou Dwelling Pure and Lowly" (Act 3); Fanfare and chorus (Act 4); duet, "O Tender Moon. O Starry Heaven" (Act 3); concluding with the soldiers' chorus, "Gloria Immortelle." Piccolo Solo—"The Wren" Demare Soloist, W. Bullock. Overture—Solonelle 1812 Tschaikowsky Illustrating the solemn- chants of the churches in Moscow; the clash between the Russian and French armies; the evacuation of the city; the alternate strains of the "Marseillaise" and the Russian national hymn; the retreat of Napoleon, and the triumphant strains of the hymn of Thanksgiving, closing with the ringing of the "joy bells" "of the Russian churches,, mingling with the strains of the national hymn. Reminiscences of Grieg— Including the Swedish national song; mel ody, '^Spring;" Anitra's Dance (Peer Gynt); Dance of Elves; Album Leaf; song. "I Love Thee;" Humorpsque, Op. 6. No. 3 and No. 1; Solvelg's Song (Peer Gynt); Dance of Imps (Finale). Cornet Solo—"The Lost Chord". .Sullivan Soloist, Corporal R. Gay. Second Hungarian Rhapsody Liszt Serenade—"The Warblers" Hutchins (a) "Bees' Wedding" Mendelssohn (b) "Largo" Handel "Reminiscences of All Nations" — F. Godfrey Introducing, I—England, "Hearts of Oak;" 2—Germany, Serenade by Schubert, "Watch by the Rhine;" 3—lreland. St. Patrick's Day; 4—Austria, The Hymn; s—France, The Marseillaise; t> —Russia. The Hymn; 7—America, "Yankee Doo dle;" B—Scotland,8 —Scotland, "Auld Robin Gray," 9—Spain, Cachuca; 10—Italy, Gari baldi's Hymn, concluding with "See the Conquering Hero Comes." "Star Spangled Banner," "The British Grenadiers." "God Save the King." The music at the House of Hope church today will be as follows: Morning, 11 o'clock— Prelude—Offertory Salome Anthem—"Praise the Lord"..A. Randegger golo—"Religioso" ; Goldner Mrs. De Wolf. Response—"Father, Hear the Prayer We Offer" George A. Burdett Offertory— Solo, "The King of Kings"— H. R. Sheirey (With Violin Obligato.) Mrs. Yale. Response—"Peace, Peace I Leave With You" George A. Burdett Postlude—Fantasie Freyer Evening— Prelude —Organ, Processional March — Girarfl Violin, Nocturne F. Chopin "Anthem—"Art Thou Weary"... Schnecker Duet—"Crucifixion" Faure Mr. Colville and Mr. George. Response—"Father, Hear Thy Chil dren Call" George A. Burdett Offertory—"The Christ Child" Coombs (With Violin Obligato.) Mrs. Yale. Solo—"O Jesus, I Have Promised" —(.Angels' Serenade) Braga (With Violin Obligato.) Mrs. De Wolf. Postlude—"Postlude" Sterne At the People's church today the music will be: "O Be Joyful In the Lord" E. Nevin Venite in B Flat H. M. Dunham Soprano' Solo—"Go Heart to Thy Savior 1' Willeby Mrs. L. A. "North. Evening, 8 o'clock— "Hast Thou Not Known?" Pileuger "Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone?"'— Havens Miss Maxwell's orchestra played the following programme at the Y. M. C. A. members' concert: Overture—"Goddess of Night" Allen March —"Utopian.'" Waltz—"Dorothy" Kerr "The Concert Master" Stauffcr 'Cello Solo-*- Mr. Adolph Betz. THE ST. PAUL GLOBE. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1904 Overture—"Amaryllis" Tobace "Ammeer" Schubert March—"The Bandmaster" Stauffer Selections from "Roiu£trand Juliet"— Gounod. The [ following music : will .be sung -today., at the Park Congregational : church: :rV;'t;"> >: 10:30 p. m.— - '-.-?V I >>- v;''J- ■_■/-; t^-i j s iV;i': Organ -Prelude ;::;. Mrs. Heatherington Anthem--"How Lovely- Are the Mes --- sengers" ..' Mendelssohn -:--;----■:>>-;"-Uv:-'~' :•: Choir. - ---'---. :.-■:.■ — Response—"At • Thine ~ Altar" ..Hanscome '■.:-. - ;^t^7v-: .Choir. --*~-~--.\. '.--:r>:'; Anthem*-"And God ■ Shall Give Away •-■ All Tears" . r.Tr.-. r......:.... •.. .Harris ,-"-*,-t-«*«^efa-«#»**i» ■: Choir. - ."■* ■ " ■■-• *-- ::- '-'-"T'-- Solo—"A Little - Bit of • Love" ;.':.".. Excell u^^rf^^r^iVj^MrisMetcalf.-'--^ '■'■' J.~}--: ''~~ Organ ? Postlude ■; rl ;r. .Mrs.' Heatherington " »BpiS<*?Ma&flteal 'Service, Bp. m.— • . - Organ Prelude —Offertoire in D minor— '-^ l^^^^(;i^<vi^;'~i;- >^ -"' '.J-^--; ,- ■* ; ;. Batiste ?^,;,*v'^;i-. Mrs. Heatherington. .--.' - -" Anthem-"Seek Ye * the Lord" ... Roberts r?"-ii;^ " Mr. Metcalf and Choir.. .* :.--.:- Duet— 'a3ea<T,''Kindly. Light". .Bledermann ; <. . Miss Lindsey and Mrs. Gere. -:.*". _;7. g<rto-=*\rernS»lem" iT.r: r... V: .* :"T;.'; Parker ,- i-'-v-i.'-. - Mr. Woodworth. - ■- - .-r': ■ - Anthem—"l'm a Pilgrim" .'.... .■. ■ Marston r-..; i-A ..;.:♦': Mrs. Gnre and Choir. " -i : - .-/"-". Trio—"Lift Eyes" »r: Mendelssohn Miss Lindsey, Mrs. -. Gere v and - Mrs. a is ._'.*2*<s!*qii&**>t, >;"■?■'.-■.■ dale.'?-'.--, ■ •--■- ...--■ A'" -.' -Atthem'-r-"O for the Wings of a Dove '— _ r -»«s^*>: -jv,>.; .■-_.;• .-■;; . Mendelssohn •Miss - Lindsey and Choir, Assisted by > Mrs." vif'^-^f-^^'v^—c" Tlsdale. "^ -: - :■"■ ,- %-- -"^ Postlude—"Postlude".. v.W:..:. Southwlck Mrs. Heatherington. Q y yzd:%\ ;: V^--^.<■*.*•«.- -'V -"" —: "-'*"'* ' »--• r .- :■ •.■•-,'-■:■--;-"' 7^h*iy«e!es«i**its*r-;,v.fev-S ..■:.?" "'. ' ".-.' -.- The following; music will be sung today at the'dlttfeh^of ; the - Messiah: - : : "c*^ JP Prtfyd&sVAarfio 1' ...:..;. -^ Handel Choral Evensong ... r.:....... ••• •• . -1 ains. Magnificat and.Nunc DlmiUls^F-^^ Apostles' Creed -:• V:.r. ■ ■■■ -Sir: J. :Stainer, A«*Q*i--The Radknt H Mom» . Hymn" 536—'Now the-pay Is cr Bnb , Sermon—'Science 7 arid Religion"— - -^-• - .>:--„;%-.-,;i.^^,^-, -.";,•':. -I,The Rector Offertory— -Is^ a*''Greea" L Hill Far.- '-^: 1 " There Is a Green Hill Far '---''v'Away"^T:'.-^."':.: ir.".'>r";.C.^. Gounod Mra^A. T. Meter, Mezzo v Soprano Soloist. 2 "Gloria" (12tli Mass)—- 'v-- !^»^*^>«^-W;2.-::- ■-■•'i* C--i--"--v Mozart ! Sevenfold' 'Amen ■=.'. y... •". ■•' •'. •'■ J- Stainer • Recessional- Hymn 192—"Praise ,toi": ' --. I * God. immortal --Praise": '. .. :'. C.; Kocher Postlude t....-r. .'...;:...■.'. Alex Guilmont A concert and operetta will be given this i evening ;in Mozart hall - by; the ; Concordia . Singing society. "The Picnic|ln.: the j For oci" illthe i nfcjrne *. of the operetta. ,= The programme or the concert follows:, j '-.;>.?] r-Then L— . .•- % „:._-. -.-.;. i^;vj\: ; , Overture—"Dichter und Bauer" .'.. Suppe ■■-i ■- - Rodenkirchen's Orchester. i-x:}* (a) -Beim Liebchen zu Haus" ::. H. Pfeil (b) "Mem Helmatsthal" ...-..... H. Pfeil v; Concordia .■ ■-' ' "Dammerung," Doppelquartett— ,-.'. T - te - - - .- r --•-.'; Th. Rueekert " Frau Otto Penshorn und Frl. L. Becker. Frl. K. Becker und Frl. Werner. - --; T Herren E. Schneppmuller und J. Roh • . leder. :■ ".* i :^---*.. •.-■;-■•%■ •■■•_ -■;.■-..-.-"•'•". - -f; :S-E L. Heunisch und G. Penshorn. . .. ..; "Grusse an die ] Heitnath" C. Kromcr Concordia. ;;..■s.•. "Flusterndes Silber," Duett fur Ten- *■'•'.::'■; ;or und Bariton ~~. ...'. r.... r.. J. Melchert Herren Alb. Fritsche und Hy. F. Konig. "Hinaus zum We1d*:.:.:..:.;.~.L. Burman . -i.A- Concordlaund Damenchor. :Theii:il.-=-^ r i^, :; .v; -1 :- :,:i. Overture — aus der Oper Der - r•.-...; • Frinz yon Pilsen" Luders ■I- _ Rodenkirchen's Orchester. '•. "Blau : Aeugelein'.'.'.'..:;: ..T.V.r.. .: J. ; Witt ; ; . . ■ . „ -.■:.2 Concordia. &■*'-' " > F .'-^.fj Rodenkirchen's Orchester. . / j Maximilian Dick, the violinist, will make his ;first public appearance-..- Thursday evening at a concert in ' the '■ First - Baptist church. /Franklin :W. ; Kreiger, . who - has arranged the programme, will be Mr. Dick's i accompanist. ■ The ~~ Metropolitan quartette will assist in the programme, which will include the following numbers: Quartette—"All Praise ;. to 1 God in j Light Arrayed" ..:.V.^.^r. Wagner "*- j ■ :'T'Metropolitan Quartette. -'•'^^T-V, Violin Solo—"Faust Fantasie'': •.; Sarasale ' • -.^ -;.; I^,-Mr. Dick. Soprano Solo— . . '.' ;'i-:A—^-^Ssilp • "It . 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Published ty permitsion of Mr. Astor The bride Is to Ihe left; Miss Muriel White, one of the bridesmaids, to the right; in the upper center is St. Margarets church, and In the lower middle Is Miss Sybil Grey, a bridesmaid LONDON, Oct. 29. — Miss Pauline Astor, daughter of William Waldorf Astor, was married at St. Margarets church, Westminster, shortly after "-' o'clock this afternoon to Capt. Spender- Clay. The bishop of Lonacn, D;-. In gram Canon Wilberfon c. and oihei clergy performed the ceremony In the Vuoseoce of a very large assemblage. A Fur s-? ""y\ Garment /-^ ,<A "made.'" f* , s?*^ \or /* j t- >C yftu by / / \ jfc /> Killl J> *v *^r / -\$ $ ) I %\ i' n MAURICE ABRAMS THE RYAN FURRIER Will Have Style, Fit and Character. If you have been frightened by the fancy prices on ordinary ready-to-wear garments, call and see us and we will tell you how little "money jfou need to have a fur garment made especially for you. Our exclusive line of Novelties in Neck wear and Muffs is ready for your in spection. Get our prices, we can save you money. Expert remodeling and repairing done promptly. Prices reasonable. - 301 RYAN ANNEX. Lass" ". .De Koven "The Sweet.o' the Year"." Willeby Miss Williams' . Baritone Solo—"To the Evening Star"— ■ Wagner. Mr. Phillips. Quartette — "Darkles Cradle Song" Green "Pleasant Wedding March". .Sodermann Metropolitan Quartette. Contralto Solo—"Unto Thy Heart"— Allitson Mrs. Yale. Violin Obligato by Mr. Dick. Tenor Solo— "Elegie" Massenet "Because" ' d'Hardelot Mr. George. Violin Solo— "Introduction and Gavott" Hies "Romance" d'Ambrosio "Perpetuum Mobile Rles Mr. Dick. Quartette—"Floriana" (Song Cycle)— Whiting. Metropolitan Quartette. OUT OF TOWN MUSICIANS Among the many pianists who are ex pected to flood the American concert halls this season with emotional cloudbursts there will be one who, judging at least from his plentiful crop of hair and the large, poetic eyes which gleam out under dark, wavy tresses, should stir up excite ment in the breast of the concert going woman, whose interest is essential to a pianist's success. This hero of the key board whom Charles F.. Tretbar will pre sent to the public, is Rudolf Friml, a young Bohemian. Many, no doubt, will remember him, as he accompanied Kube lik on his American tour two years ago; many, no doubt, will be glad to renew their acquaintance with him when he ap pears this season at recitals and at or chestral concerts as an Independent "star." In his tenth year Friml was one of the best pupils In the Conservatory of Prague, where, in recognition of his mark ed talent, he received his tuition free. He studied the piano under Tinarek and Serik both of them men of reputation, and in four years he had made such prog ress he was considered sufficiently pre pared to be absolved from further studies In the institute. To provide for his liveli hood the boy was compelled to accept a position in "the National theater at 30 florins a month. After a concert tour In his native country, which proved an ar tistic success, he was engaged by Jan Kubelik, one of his school fellows, to make the tour which brought him through Vienna, Budapest and London to America. Friml is not only a virtuoso; he has shown decided ability as a composer. Many of his popular songs have made appeal in Europe, and two works —a ballet. "Auf Japan." and a Christinas carol. "Heil friedt"—have been accepted by the opera in Dresden. As an Improviser, too, young Friml is unusual. His improvisations are said to be nothing less than finished mu sical works. Mr. Conried will give two presentations of "Parsifal" at the Auditorium, in Chi cago, next spring, during the engagement of the Metropolitan Opera company. The engagement begins March 20 and will last two weeks. One performance will com mence at 11:30 in the morning, with an hour and three-quarters for luncheon; the other will begin at 5:30 in the afternoon, and an intermission of the same duration be had for dinner. The production will be brought complete from New York. Miss Courtney Thomas, of St. Louis, is leaving the Opera Comique in Paris after seven years. She is preparing to come to I Enormous crowds i butei<Je,-"wa tojiefl ;th arrival of the bride, bridegroom and wedding guests. The church, which was adorned with dowers ami autumn foliage, was with disiingultheU jjer*ona£fcS r-re?.er.tcl a brilliant j re; ::c, to the strains of a prooes sionai hymn, the bride, with h^r ten brHesmails and two pag-s in .white' America and :li^nigotla.tlng& with" Mr. -jofentftan tor Ivor of . fifijrj «*«««**£- &be : ' fa? »*I4 51* ifce; gteattr : «fi««>r«d i;et! report* >>mbJfe!h«d in tfer Atn#ri*&n | press: concern ing the di*ptrt« with M&tsenei concerning i the ;.''&»n»Mra/'^ s She ! «angf j tb* • parts for •Itfa«»en«t* Ja*t £ year while he s composed I them, J>ut s th* - opera' Msver ' rr&» < kslezAtd for h&f. '■ Km ma Eames made her reappearance at the | Opera Comique I Oct. 27;, at ia • matinee j organized to I found aa '< room I for artists lof : that theater in the Hafson de.Betralte \ de», Comedien*. She . saner Puccinl'ij "To»ca." y-i Bessie ; Abbott made her debut '■' at * the ; Opera '■> Com ique | Thursday j as f Lay me. : She ■ will • sing Zerline in "-. "Don Juan" the "first: week in November.-^:;-"..'.' '-'•* - -rr-.--;';;" A beautiful obelisk of black marble was unveiled in Berlin on Sept. SO In memory of the eminent baritone, Theodor Reich mann, who died on May 22, 1903. It was erected by Frau yon Miranda, his sister and sole heir. The highest officials of the court theaters In Berlin and Vienna at tended the ceremony, which began and ended with selections from "Parsifal." Nahan Pranke has arranged his tour of Germany with the New York Metropolitan opera house orchestra. He will open in Berlin with a concert in the Philharmonic, May 15. Then follows a two weeks' en gagement at the Terassen, in Haiensee, a popular Berlin resort, after which con certs in some of the principal German cities. There seems to uea lack of enthusiasm about raising the 1.000,000 mark fund for the Wagner stipend at Baireuth. The contributions from Baireuth this year amounted to only 10,000 marks. The total amount contributed thus far is 130,000 marks, of which 20.000 marks has been donated" by foreigners. NORTH ST. PAUL At a business meeting of the Epworth league held Wednesday evening the fol lowing officers were elected: Prsident, Zora A. Sweazey; first vice president, Ephraim Erickson; second vice president, Amelia Blase; third vice president, Anna R. Erickson; fourth vice president, Vera Ingalls; secretary, Myra Holmes; treas urer, Lizzie Gosewlsch. A theater party was given Monday evening at the Grand opera house for Miss Myrtle Sweazey, of Winona. Miss Zora Sweazey chaperoned the party. The Bible Study class met Tuesday last with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hagaman. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Hat tie Holmes. Miss Myrtle Sweazey, who has been vis iting her sister, Miss Zara Sweazey. the past two weeks, left yesterday for Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Rogers, of Charles City, lowa, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Rogers Saturday and Sunday. Misses Azena Fontaine and Birdie Eales. of St. Paul, were guests of Mrs. A. L. Hanson Wednesday last. . The Ladies' Aid of the M. E. Church will give a New England supper Wednes day evening at the church. Mrs. L. E. Warren, of Arlington. Minn., was a guest among friends here a few "days of the past week. Miss Yera Ingalls left Saturday last for a visit of several weeks with friends at Pine Island, Minn. The Ladies' Aid of St. Mark's Church will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Herman Klietz. Miss Ethel Goodsell, of Grand Meadow, Minn., was a guest of Miss Elizabeth Orth Wednesday. Mrs. A. L. Hanson and Mrs. Nelson Flint spent Thursday last with Mrs. Wes sel, of St. Paul. The Ladies' Aid of St. Mark's Church will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Herman Klietz. • The North St. Paul Brass band will give an entertainment on Nov. 12 at Fraternal hall. Messrs. Zora and Myrtle Sweazey spent Saturday and Sunday last with friends in Hamline. The members of the "Liederkranz" held a social time in their hall last Saturday evening. Miss Ethel Smith has issued invitations for a Halloween party to be given at her home. Mrs. Frank Kroll, of Glenwood. Wis., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Arthur Weler. Miss Ethel Smith will give R Halloween party at her home on Monday evening. Miss Helen Tully, of Minneapolis, vis ited Mrs. Will Husby Sunday last. Miss Hulda Sanders, of St. Paul, vis ited Miss Martha Hoppe Sunday. Mrs. Charles Alders, of Minneapolis, visited Mrs. E. A. Beck Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Singer have gone to Ebuisville, Ky., to reside. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Stevens have re moved to Merriam Park. satin c;ivalier.: suits/ moved up the aisle <to th? chancel steps. Mr. Astor gave ? STray hi? daughter. The best man was Capt: (Maude de <Vospigrny, Viceroy i'nrzon's aide-de-camp. At the con vclusion of the "ceremony.; a reception A was held vat No. 13 Carlton house ter rare. Cap*. anJ Mrs. Spender-Clay subsfc'iuentiy started for Cliveden. LJEREk a twenty-four igu^j^i^i «a m. mch ijejuskni jacket. ':*^mcHß^ ''•''""'•^ Now p a jacket may be the iJgSBS2jL-' smartest or frumpiest of » YWRm garments —all in the cut. KißKiiifflßSm^ A,fur jacket----like any XS^^f®?^ other —must FIT. That S%fi§Sra|il doesn't mean ;it must be | liluiiß^ CLOSE! It means it ■ lil^sK&'V shape Have; just shoulders ltS/BlSi\• —P 6 m co"ar» shoulders [fl/ilo^\ **** —means it must 1 W^^Mm^^^^ Jacket is .custom \^m0 l /JA^^g made. This parri- * cular jacket, made trom best quality London dyed Seal, costs $356; but it can be made in many other good furs at less prices. ]r- Always ask for Gordon Furs —no matter what garment you want - - ' GORDON & FERGUSON, St. Paul, Minn. EtfaUkhed 1871 JP E) IP IP Day «nd Evening Sessions Beginning Thursday, Now. 3. IT ITU Iks 1& Most won a er f u i systsm jb Call, phons or write for i■■ ■ i i .. ' ever invented. ~* particulars. ST. ANTHONY PARK The regular study meeting of the St. Anthony Park Woman's association will be held Dec. :.'". Following is the programme: "How to Know Oriental Rugs," Mrs. Mary Beach Langton; '"Practical Architecture of a Homo." Mrs. C. A. Dibble; "Foods and Their Nutritive Values." Dr. Mary Whet stone; "True Patriotism," Judge Eli Tor rance; "The Significance of Our Flag," Mrs. A. D. Harmon. The Junior Endeavor Society of the Congregational Church will have charge of the services this evening at 6:30. Mrs-. E. S. Pressv and Mrs. John Frisby will have charge of the programme. Subject of the meeting, "Our Ships." Mr. Gold berg will give musical numbers. The Young People's Social club will give a dancing party Saturday evening at the residenoe of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sewell. Pym street. Mr. and Mis. Frank Tisdale have charge of the affair. The first meeting of the History Divi sion of th©.,St~ Anthony Park Woman's association was held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. T. L. Heacker, Ray mond avenue The Misses Marjory Berry and Julia Plant will give a Halloween party Mon day evening at the home of the former on Carter avenue. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Robertson, of Cot tonwood. Minn., were guests of Prof, and Mrs. William Robertson, of Gibbs avenue, the first of the week. Gladys Turner, of Gibhs avenue, was given a surp-ripo Friday evening. About twenty were present. Games and music were the features. Mr. and Mrs. Wyman, recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Wyman, of Uni versity avemie, have returned to Massa chusetts. Miss Jrma Fishbein was guest of honor at a lunr-henn ?iven Friday by Mrs. Walter Chase nnd Mi-ss Ida Bohn at the horns of the latter. Mrs. J. T. Stewart, of Commonwealth avenue, entertained during the week her aunt, Mrs. Shane, of Sturgeon Bay, Wls. A sunrise arranged by Joseph Greu- •where they will spend their honey moon. The presents were magnificent, laigely diamonds and other jewels. The Duchess of Argyle sent a gold cup. Lord Kosebevy. the Duke of Norfolk, Lord Lansdowne, Lord Halsbury. Al fred Charles de Rothschild, the Duchrss of Sutherland, the Duke of Roxburghe, 15 Years' Exoeriencs In Ladies' Tailor in i in New York City Is offered to you. We honestly believe that we can make a suit or coat for you that for the same price will con tain better workmanship and finer ma terials than you can obtain elsewhere, and we. do positively guarantee the fit. Won't you call and let us show you materials and prices? KANTOR & ROSEN, 61 East Sixth St. McClure Block. beck was given Norman Eggleton by a company of hia young men friends. The Needlework Guild of St. Anthony Park contributed 200 new garments ami $5.75 to the St. Paul society. The Misses Nolan, of Gibbs avenue, on tertained at a tea Sunday evening for a number of St. Paul friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Rich, of I-ingfonl avenue, have been entertaining H. B. Rulifson, of Marshall. Minn. Mrs. Mary Loom is. of Montana, is a guest of her daughter. Mrs. William .Rob ertson, of Gibbs avenue. Mrs. H. R. Lewis, of Minneapolis, has moved into -her new homo, 2250 Common wealth avenue. The, L. B. T. V. club was entertained ' Thursday afternoon at the home of Miss Bertha Seegtr. Henry Blackmore. of Wyoming, will spend the winter with Prof, and Mrs. Rob ertson. Capt and Mrs. E. H. C. Taylor, of Car ter avenue, have removed to 237 Arundel street. Mrs. George Elmer, of Pelham street, spent the week with friends in South Da kota. Lord and . Lady Wolsey,' the Earl and ; Countess ef Warwick, Col. - and Mrs.. John" t^ Hay, Ambassador '.l\ and Mrs. Choate. Mr. . and" Mrs. Cornelius Van derbilt and the* Duchess of Manchester, Secretary and :. Mrs. Henry White, the ' Countess !of - Straff ord; and Mrs. Arthur Paget were . also '■■ among -:: the donors. The list of presents = fills a column in. the newspapers.