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More to Furnish Your Home AT COST
We b We been more than repaid for the money we have sacrificed by this sale in winning the confidence of the thousands who
have taken advantage of and found it exactly as advertised. The same confidence will always be merited in any future
advertisement or sale. Mr. Matheis does the entire buying for the firm, and only such goods as would merit his guarantee,
which is always cheerfully given, are considered. While the Xmas novelties are gone there are still here an immense stock
of staple housefurnishings to select from, and we will continue the AT COST sale until January Ist as advertised.
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M. E. church will hold its Christmas
Mrs E. W. Hunter and son Frederick,
of East Fourth street, are visiting in
Sault Ste. Marie.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kampfer, of
Bates avenue, will entertain relatives at
Mrs. A. Stierle and Mrs. J. M. Finnell,
of East Sixth street, will entertain at
Mrs. H. Sousan. the guest of Mrs. H. E.
"Wescott. of Maple street, has returned to
Mrs. Butterworth. of Bates avenue, was
hostess for the Susanna Wesley circle
Atlantic Congregational church will hold
its Christmas entertainment Wednesday
Miss Elizabeth Huelster. of East Fifth
Btreet, will leave this evening for a visit
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Helmeg, of East
" Fourth street, will entertain at dinner
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ahrens. of East
Fourth street, will entertain at dinner
Mr. and Mrs. William Brink, of Bates
Fivenue, wijl entertain^elatives at dinner
The T. T. T. club will meet this week
•with Mrs. C. E. Griswold, of Bates ave
Ralph Sowden. of Kansas, has been
a guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McCleary.
Mr. and Mis. Frank Henry, of Grand
Forks, have come to St. Paul to reside.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Kent, of Maple
Street, are visiting in Minneapolis.
Mrs. George Freeman, of Wahpeton, N.
D., is visiting relatives in the city.
Miss Lillian Hoffman will entertain the
M. O. B. club Thursday, Jan. 5.
Miss Maud Slater, of Con way street, is
tack from a visit in Wisconsin.
Miss Foster, of St. Louis, has been
Visiting- Mrs. R. E. McCleary.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boxer are spend
ing Christmas in Hastings.
Mrs, J. A. Pjierner. of Beech street, will
entertain at dinner today.
Mrs. Bacon, of Bates avenue, has re
turned from Superior.
G. K. Fargo, of Deep River Falls, is vis
Mr. and Mrd. John Gunther Jr. and
daughter Gerfude, of Stillwater avenue,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Thomas, of Minneapolis.
Mrs. E. E. Cunningham, of Stillwater
avenue, spent Monday in Minneapolis with
her mother, Mrs. Nisonger,
Cottage prayer meeting was held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cunning
ham, of Stillwater avenue.
Mrs. Xisonger and Mr. and Miss Nison
ger, of Minneapolis, w*re the guests of
relatives of Hazel Park.
Mrs. F. Steadman, of Anoka. Minn.,
spent Monday with Mrs. J. M. Whidden,
of Stillwater avenue.
Mrs. C. O. Applehagen. of West Duluth,
was the guest of Mi's. J. D. Wallwork, of
Master Edward Tepel, of White Bear
avenue, is spending jthe holidays in Wy
oming, Minn. >
Miss Riley and Mrs. Bartelle. of St.
Paul, were the guests of friends at the
Park Sunday. -
Master Harold Tepel, of White Bear
avenue, is spending the holidays at Farm
Miss Bowen. of Chicago, is visiting her
Bister, Mrs. L. B. Austin, of Flandrau
THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL
Few People Know How Useful It Is In
Preservina Health and Beauty
Nearly everybody knows that charcoal
is the safest and most eflicient disinfect
ant and purifier in nature, but few realize
its value when taken into the human
system for the same cleansing purpose.
Charcoal is a remedy that the more
you take of it the better: It is not a drug
at all. but simply absorbs the gases and
Impurities always present in the stomach
and intestines and carries them out of the
Charcoal sweetens the breath after
smoking, drinking or after eating* onions
and other odorous vegetables.
Charcoal effectually clears and improves
the complexion, it whitens the teeth and
further acts as a natural and eminently
It absorbs the injurious gases which
collect in the stomach and bowels- it dis
infects the mouth and throat from tha
poison of catarrh.
All druggists sell charcoal in one form
or another, but probably the best char
coal ami the most for the money i s in
fcjtuart's Charcoal Lozenges; they are
composed of the finest powdered Willow
charcoal, and other harmless antiseptics
iiftablet form or rather in the form of
large, pleasant tasting lozenges, the char
coal being mixed with honey.
The daily use of these lozenges will
Boon tell In a much improved condition of
the general health, better complexion
sweeter breath and purer blood, and the
beauty of it is, that no possible harm
can result from their continued use but
on the contrary, great benefit.
A Buffalo physician in speaking of the
benefits of charcoal, says: "I advise
Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges to all pa
tients suffering from gas In stomach and
bowels, and to clear the complexion and
purify the breath, mouth and throat; I
alao believe the liver Is greatly benefited
by the daily use of them; they cost but
twenty-five cents a box at drug stores,
and although In some sense a patent
preparation, yet I believe I get more and
better charcoal in Stuart's Charcoal
Lozenges than in any of the ordinary
ST. ANTHONY PARK
The Art association entertained Thurs
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Addie
Warner, at Langford Park place. Mrs.
J. F. Langton gave a very interesting de
scription of "How to Know Oriental
Rugs." The rooms were decorated with
specimens of» valuable rugs, pictures of
maps and looms. A musical programme
was given in charge of Mrs. Frank Tis
dall. Mrs. Molander gave a piano solo,
Mrs. Walter Thruston gave vocal solos,
also Mrs. Olund. The hostess was as
sisted by Mrs. C. A. Dunn and Mrs. W. B.
The experiment station corps of the
State Agricultural school was entertained
Wednesday evening at dinner given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snyder, on
Commonwealth avenue. Covers were laid
The annual Christmas entertainment of
the M. E. church will be held Friday
evening in the church by the Sunday
school. Each member will send a gift
to the Jean Martin home.
Rev. Thompson, of Ohio State univer
sity, was guest of honor at a dinner given
Tuesday evening at the home of Dean
and Mrs. William M. Liggett on Scudder
Prof, and Mrs. Samuel B. Green, of
Commonwealth avenue, entertained a
company of twelve Monday evening in
honor—of Philip Allen, of Marquette-, Mich.
The Ladies' Aid Socieety of the Con
gregational Church will be entertained
Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Borneman on Pym street.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E.
Church will be entertained next Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. W.
Young at Alden place.
The annual Christmas entertainment
of the St. Matthews' Episcopal church
will be held. Thursday evening in the
The Junior Society of the Congrega
tional Church gave its annual Christmas
entertainment Sunday afternoon in the
A reception was given Monday evening
at the ladies' hall at the Agricultural
schjoo! by Miss Comfort and Prof. Mayne.
Miss Julia Tisdale, of Bayless avenue,
has gone to Winnipeg to spend the holi
days with her sister, Mrs. George Grout.
Miss Ella Cody will entertain the mem
bers of the L. B. T. V. club Tuesday
evening at her home in Minneapolis.
The L. B. T. V. club was entertained
Thursday afternoon at the home of Miss
Grace Costello, on Bayless avenue.
Prof, and Mrs. Andrew Boss, of Com
monwealth avenue, entertained their sis
ter, Mrs. Anding, of Dumont.
Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Balcome. of Crom
well avenue, will entertain friends from
Minneapolis today at dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Kelley have
moved into the Hospes residence on Com
Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Hunter, of Bay
less avenue, entertained, at a card party
Miss Maud Chase, of University ave
nue, will entertain a company of friends
New Year's eve.
Mrs. D. A. Cudworth, of Cromwell ave
nue, is entertaining Miss Dorothy West,
Mrs. J. J. Wilson, of Pelham street, has
gone to Dubuque, lowa, to spend the
Mrs. C. W. Piper, of Long avenue, has
been entertaining Mrs. Pruden, of Du
The Midfray Manufacturers' club gave
a party in its club rooms Friday evening.
Mrs. Coles, of Miles City, was a guest of
Mrs. O. J. Wilson the first of the week.
Mrs. C. A. Dunn, of Langford Park
place, entertained Tuesday afternoon.
Charles Rouse, of Eau Claire, is a guest
of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Rouse.
NORTH ST. PAUL
The O. D. H. S. elected the following
officers at their meeting held last Wed
nesday evening: President, R. Blom;
vice president. C. Hause; first secretary,
'J. Michel; second secretary, H. Haferer;
treasurer, F. Hemming; trustee, F.
Pietsch; representative. E. Tichler.
The Misses Zora Sweazey and Rosie
Rofenaeht entertained about fifteen of
their young friends last Wednesday even
ing. Games were played and prizes won
by Henry Msore and Emma Rofenaeht.
Mesdames Owens and Andrews won the
prizes at the last meeting of the Ladies'
Cinch club held at the home of Mrs. P. H.
Mullins. The next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. John Luger.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Conlin enter
tained a party of friends at their home
on the 18th inst. Games were indulged in
and prizes won by Miss Lizzie Gosewisch
and Elmer Orth.
The Bible class met with Miss Sweazey
last Tuesday evening. The next meeting
will be held at the home of Miss Boody,
who will lead.
Cards are out announcing the marriage
of Miss Lulu Holmes to Roy Allis, to
take place Dec. 28, 1904, at the home of
Fellowship Lodge No. 257, A. F. and
A. M., will hold election of officers fol
lowed by a banquet next Monday even
Miss Zora Sweazey entertained her sis
ter Myrtle, of Winona, and Miss Grace
Seward, of Minneapolis, this week.
Miss Martha Patts. a teacher In the
public schools at Spencer, Wis., Is visit-
Ing home ones.
There will be a Christmas tree and ex
ercises at the English Lutheran, church
Miss Charlotte Dixon will spend her
holiday vacation with friends in West
The junior class of the high school gave
a play at Fraternal hall Thursday even
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Rogers visited rel
atives in Lake City, Minn., Saturday.
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 25, 1904
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Flatt have issued
invitations for the celebration of their
golden wedding anniversary on Monday
evening, Dec. 26, at their home, 443
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. McLaughlin, Igle
hart street, entertained at a dinner and
theater party last Saturday evening in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Consigney, of Em
Mr. and Mrs. Z. Lockwood, of Terrace
Park avenue, entertained Saturday even
ing In celebration of Mr. Lockwood's
eightieth birthday anniversary.
Mrs. O. W. Arnquist and sister, Miss
Karine Michalson, who were visiting
Merrlam Park friends have returned to
Mrs. Charles M. Irwln, of the Angus,
entertained informally Tuesday afternoon
in honor of Miss Josephine Bell, of Mil
Mrs. George Walters and Miss Walters,
who have been the guests of Mrs. V. Bur
lock, of Carroll street, have returned to
Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Jones, of Carroll
street, entertained informally Wednesday
evening in honor of Miss Bernice Rose,
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. McLaughlin, Igle
hart street, are entertaining Mr. and
Mrs. Consigney, of Emmetsburg, lowa. •
Mrs. S. A. Anderson, Marshall avenue,
entertained Tuesday afternoon in honor
of her daughter's birthday anniversary-
Judge and Mrs. Grfer M. Orr, of Iris
place, are entertaining Mrs. Orr's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Soule, of Rochester.
Miss Bemice Ross, of Chicago, gave a
very interesting: entertainment Tuesday
evening at Trinity M. E. church.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank •P. Duf resne, of
St. Anthony avenue, will entertain the
Cinch club Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Stevens, of Igle
hart street, wh>B have been in New Or
leans, are now in Washington.
Mrs. R. L. Wiseman, of Pine City, is
the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
D. R. Davis, of Feronia avenue.
The Merriam Park Woman's club met
Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
L. H. Bishop, Dayton avenue.
Mrs. English, of Southern, 111., has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. T. J. Camp
bell, of Marshall avenute.
Ralph Mathews. Carroll street, has re
turned from Carleton college, Northfield,
to spend the holidays.
Miss Bessie Currie, of St. Anthony ave
nue, has returned from Chicago to spend
the holiday vacation.
The young married people will give
their second dancing party Monday even
ing at Woodruff hall.
Mrs. Dan Dwyer, of Minneapolis, has
been the guest of Mrs. P. F. Kelly, of
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Howes and daughter
Marian, of Marshall avenue, are visiting
Miss Fisk, Marshall avenue, gave a
lunch Wednesday in honor of Miss Jose
Messrs A. B. and John Bell, of Carroll
street, spent a part of the week in New
Mrs. George L. Huntington, Marshall
avenue, left Wednesday evening for • Lu
Mrs. F. L. Johnson, Dayton avenue, has
gone to Florida to remain during the win
Mrs. Rogers, ; Feronia avenue, will enter
tain the Euchre club Thursday afternoon.
Mr. . and Mrs. A. L. Ries, of Igleh'art
street, left Friday evening for Milwaukee.
J. W. ■ Shepard, Iglehart street, has " re
turned from a business trip to Winnipeg.
I. G. Andrews, Carroll street, has re
turned from a trip to Chicago.
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The Methodist Episcopal - church and
Sunday school will entertain air their
members and friends tomorrow evening in
the church parlors at a Christmas party.
This afternoon at 5 o'clock will occur a
-vesper service in ' commemoration of * the
day. *, BHRSSSESHSBBbBH
Mr. D. D. Kimball is entertaining his
daughter and her ; husband,' Mr. and Mrs.
Perry Payne, of Fargo,: N. D.
Mrs. A. P. . McKinstrey r has returned
from Amboy and is the guest" of T her
daughter, Mrs. A. J. Wallace.. , •
: Mr. and Mrs.. Marshall, of Van Buren
street,■- aM entertaining • their son; - Ray
Marshall, from South - Dakota. .
Miss Anna Wenz, of Aberdeen rS. D.,
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. James
Scharff, of North Hamline.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Montgomery" are
entertaining : Mr. : and/Mrs. De Forest
Catlln, of Owatonna..
Mrs. Wallace Ballentyne entertained her
,mother, Mrs. Frank Shanley, the r early
part of . the, week. i
-^ Mr. : and - Mrs. v. George Richmond, from
North Dakota, are the guests of Mf. and
Mrs. Percy W. Miller. . r
> Mr. and : Mrs. A. ;J. Wallace entertain
at a family dinner today. Covers will be
laid 7; for twelve. ' >■'■--
* Mr. and. Mrs. C. H. Heines, of' Olivia,
are : spending the day with Mr. and Mrs.
Frank E. Cole. . '■__ "* . i.
J Harry C. McKinstry, of Owatonna, is
spending Christmas with Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Wallace. . . -
Mr. and Mrs. C Cunningham,: of • Van
Buren street, ? are spending the ; holidays
at St. James. '■'.•> . ' -: '
Miss Alta Robinson, . of North Dakota,
■is ■■ visiting her - parents, Mr. and Mrs R.
G- , Robinson. ; "; ' -. : '. '
*'■' Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Holley are the
i guests: of their . daughter, Mrs. Brandrup,
of Mankato. -'.-/: . .
. Mrs. Mary Rutherford is: entertaining
her j son. ; George - Rutherford, - of r Donny
brook, N. D. : ;
Invitations • are - out . for the wedding of j
Miss Cora . Wilhelmi, daughter ~, of ! Mrs.
Adaline Wilhelmi, to George Macloskie
Jr., of Schenectady, N. T. Jan. 4 is the
date set for the nuptials.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Hasslan are entertain
ing their sons, Carl and John Hasslan, of
The Knox Presbyterian Sunday school
held their Christmas entertainment last
Mrs. George H. Innis will visit her son.
Homer Innis, in Oregon during the holi
Miss Julia Bell Is entertaining her
brother, E. J. Bell, of Connecticut.
Miss Susie Shepherd, of St. James, Is
spending the holidays with her mother.
Mrs. Nettie Smith is entertaining her
niece, Miss Alice Robertson, of Dover.
Miss Winnie Fleming, of Mora, is
spending the vacation with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Victor Lindberg are
the day in Red Wing.
Harold Squires is spending the holidays
at his home at Hanley Falls, Wia.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cross, of Amboy,
are visiting Hamline friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marvin are spend
ing Christmas in Clearwater.
Dr. Roads, of Philadelphia, spoke in
Hamline Sunday evening.
Miss Florence Wells is home from Mar
shall for the vacation.
Miss Maude Gleason is spending the
holidays in Duluth.
Miss Hattle Brown has returned to her
home at Mankato.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Kaley went to
Miss Gertrude Stowers is home from
Miss Frances Peterson has gone to Ge
Miss Grace Dunn has returned from
Mr. and Mrs. Carr and children are in
Miss Eva Winston spent Monday at
Miss Anna Davis has gone to Goodhue.
R. P. Matthews has gone to Seattle.
Miss Margaret Andrews is in lowa.
Miss Belle Holley is in Mankato.
Many of the young people of this city
who are attending seminaries and col
leges elsewhere have returned home to
spend the holidays with their parents.
Miss Gertrude Eichten will entertain a
number of her friends from this city and
elsewhere next Wednesday evening at a
dance to be given in Elchten's hall.
Misses Lenore Lammers and Florence
Boyle and Walter Lammers attended a
party given by a fraternity at the state
university Friday evening.
A cantata was given Friday evening at
the Methodist Episcopal church. More
than 100 people took part and the enter
tainment was excellent.
Beltram Sauntry, who is attending Yale
college, is at home for a visit of a few
days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
Misses Mary and Millieent Butts are
at home from' Hillsboro, N. D., and will
spend a couple of weeks with Mrs. Ida
Chester and Elmore Staples, who have
been attending school at Orchard Lake,
Mich., are at home for their holiday vaca
Dr. Charles W. McComb. of Duluth,
is in the city for a short visit with his
sister, Mrs. Warren Maunsell.
Miss Esther Murphy, of North Bend,
Wis., was a guest of Miss Gertrude
Eichten a part of the week.
Arthur Lammers, who has recently en
gaged in business at Vancouver, B. C,
is at home for the holidays.
Herbert Staples has gone to Cumber
land, B. C. where he will spend the re
mainder of the winter.
The Christmas exercises of the Pres
byterian Sunday school were held last
evening at the church.
Miss Lenore Lammers, who is attending
school at Washington, D. C, ia here for
her holiday vacation.
Miss Myrtle Connors entertained the
Girls' Church Club of Ascension Church
Mr. and.Mrs. D. B. Newcomb, of St.
Paul, are spending Christmas with rela
tives in Stillwater.
Mrs. L. C. Lieberg and daughter are
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Byron J. Mosier.
The Modern Woodmen havfe arranged
to give a dance in their hall next Fri
Dean Holm has returned from North
field, Minn., where Ac is attending Carle -
William Kaiser' has recovered from an
illness that confined him to his room the
Charles Fisher, who has been at Cran
brook, B. C, on business, has returned to
Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Volker, of Alexandria,
Minn., are guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. P.
. Timothy Sullivan, of McGregor", lowa,
spent Tuesday with his sister, Mrs. J. J*
Miss Blanche Clark has returned from
Fargo, N. D., where she is teaching
Mrs. W. C. Reed has gone East for a
Miss Clementine Reed is spending a
couple of ■weeks with friends in Minneap
iioij -t Slaughter is spending a few
days .vi Northern Wisconsin and Michi
The Misses Fahey have gone to Hast
ings, where thoy will spend their vacation.
Dr. W. J. LwYek is spending a few days
with his parercs at Ellendale, N. D.
Fred Merrill has returned from Exeter,
N. H., where he is attending school.
R. J. Kaiser has gone to Pine Bluff,
Ark., for a visit with his family.
FORT SNELLING NOTES
The following officers of the Twenty
eighth infantry have been detailed to
serve on the court-martial: Col. W. L.
Pitcher, Capts. J. J. O'Connell, "William
J. Lutz, F. E. Bamford, John C. Mc-
Arthur and A. W. Bjornstadt; Lieuts- S.
A. Price, Allen J. Greer, Wylie T. Con
way, M. C. Foote, L. O. Matthews, C. G.
Mortimer and F. H. Smith; Lieut. L. D.
Gasser, judge advocate.
George H. Daggett, of Minneapolis, will
entertain the officers of the Twenty
eighth who are members of the Loyal
Legion at his home on Tuesday even
ing, Jan. 3. Music will be furnished by
the Twenty-eighth Infantry band. The
colors will be carried to the reception hall
by the color sergeants of the regiment.
Six non-commissioned officers will act as
an escort for the colors.
Capt. Joseph F. Janda has been de
tailed by the president for a term of de
tached service as professor of military
science and tactics at the Ohio Normal
university, Ada, Ohio. Capt. Janda waa
stationed at this post with the Eighth in
fantry, in 1898. He was recently married
to Miss Mabel Lyon, of St. Paul.
Brig. Gen. Carr has ordered a general
court-martial to convene on Tuesday of
this week. Private James Abernathy,
Company H, Twenty-eighth infantry,
who it is charged, recently stabbed Hen
ry Buchler in the neck and back while
engaged in a fight at Harris' saloon, will
be before the court for trial.
The dining room in Company X's quar
ters presented a very gay appearance to
day. The walls were tastefully decorated in
evergreen, holly and American flags.
During the dinner music will be furnished
by the Company X quartette. Addresses
will be made by Lieutenants Foote and
By a mutual agreement Lieut. Wt~H.
Patterson, of the Twenty-eighth, has been
transferred to the Twenty-fourth infan
try and Lieut. Alexander M. Hall, of the
Twenty-fourth, has been transferred to the
Twenty-eighth. Lieut. Hall has been as
signed to Company G of the Twenty
Lieut. James M. Loud, Twenty-eighth
infantry, who has been on duty with the
Jefferson guards since the opening of the
St. Louis fair, has been relieved from
duty there and has been granted a leave
of absence for two months.
A council of administration met on Fri
day to dispose of the effects of Joaquln
D.E. Robert, late private of Company X,
Twenty-eighth infantry. Detail for the
council: Capts. W. J. Lutz, A. W.
Bjornstad, Lieut H. L. Cooper, of the
Commissary Sergeant Jeremiah Markle
returned to the garrison on Thursday from
Cincinnati, where he went to attend the
funeral of his father who died very sud
denly of heart failure.
The first indoor concert was given on
Wednesday evening in the post exchange
by the Twenty-eighth Infantry band un
der the leadership of Chief Musician O.
Private Hayward, of the Thirtieth bat
tery, while out exercising with his bat
tery on Wednesday morning, was thrown
from his horse and severely bruised.
The following promotions have been
made in Company L: Corporal E. J. Flint,
sergeant; Privates Patrick Moran and
Thomas L. Durgin, corporals.
Private Henry Buchler, of Company C,
who was stabbed in the neck ten days ago.
is improving and will be out of the hos
pital in a few days.
Quartermaster Sergeant R. E. Edwards,
Twenty-eighth infantry, has been granted
a three months' leave of absent, to take
effect Jan. 10, 1905.
Sergeant and Mrs. Job a- Deeming re
turned to the post on luesday from Chi
cago and are the guests of Sergeant and
Mrs. E. E. Merrill.
Lieut Albert J. Wonde, of the Sixth
cavalry Fort Keogh, Mont., has been
ordered to this post for observation and
Capt. Irving J. Carr. Twenty-eighth in
fantry, has been granted leave of ab
sence to take effect about the 10th of
Robert M. B^idler, band. Twenty-eighth
infantry, has been granted a two months'
leave of absence to take effect about
Maj. R. L. Bullard is spending a fouT
months' leave of absence in San Fran
WOODLAND PARK—Selby avenue and
Arundel street; services at 10:30 a. m.,
with sermon by Rev. J. W. Ford, of
Owatonna; Bible school. 12 noon; mid
week meeting Wednesday, & p. m.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRlST—Rauden
bush hall, Sixth and St. Peter streets;
10:45 a. m., subject, "God..
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST—HoIIy
avenue and St. Albans street; 10:45
a. m., subject, "God."
ATLANTIC —Bates avenue and Conway
street; Dr. Matt Evans, pastor; subject
for 10:30 a. m., "The Christ of Prophe
cy and Promise Asked for and Sought
After Today;" theme for 8 p. m.. "The
Absent One on Christmas;" special mu
sic for both services.
BETHANY—Winifred and StrykeF; pas
tor, D. T. Jenkins; morning. 10:30, sub
ject, "Christ, the Savior of Men;" even
ing, 4:30, sacred concert given by the
Sunday school; speciaT music, both
morning and evening.
PLYMOUTH—Wabasha and Summit ave
nue; services at 10:30 a. ra.; topic, "The
Story of the Christ Child;" the En
deavor society win hold its Christmas,
service at 4:80 p. m.
UNIVERSITY AVENUE—Avon street
and Sherburne avenue; Rev. A. D.
Smith, pastor; preaching service at
10:46 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
school at 12 noon; Junior Endeavor at
3:30; Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30.
owriST—Fourth and Franklin street*;
clergy. Rev. C. D. Andrews, Rev. E. E.
Madeira; services Christmas day: Holy
communion, 8 a. m.; morning prayer
and holy communion, 11 a. m.; sermon
by Rev. E. E. Madeira, subject, "The
Unspeakable Gift;" children's carol
service^ p. m.
CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH—FuIIer
Street, near Kent; Rev. A. Overton Tar
rant, M. A., rector; services Christmas
day: Holy communion. 7 a. m.; Sun
day school and rector's Bible class,
9:45 a. m.; morning prayer, sermon and
holy communion, 11 o'clock; subject,
"The Incarnate Christ;" evening prayer
and sermon, 7:30 o'clock. Children's
service and Christmas tree, 8 p. m.
Wednesday, Dec. 28 (holy innocents'
EPIPHANY MlSSlON—Masonic hall,
Hamline; holy communion, 9:30 a. m.;
Sunday 5ch001,2:30 p.m.; service and ser
mon, 3:30 p. m.; subject. "Significance
of Christmas." Rev. Edward C. John
CLINTON AVENUE—Clinton and Isabel
streets; Rev. Thomas W. Barbour, Ph.
D., pastor; 10:30, a Christmas sermon
by pastor; subject, "The Fullness of
Time;" 7:30, sermon by pastor; theme,
"The Life of Christ." This will be il
lustrated by many stereoptico* views.
FlßST—Dayton avenue and West Third
street; H. V. Givler, pastor; preaching
by the pastor at 10:30 a. m., "'Because
There Was No Room hi the Inn." At
7:30 p. m. the Sunday school will ren
der a special service. Sunday school
session at 12 m. At 6:30 p. m. the Ep
worth League will discuss "An Offering
FlßST—Lincoln avenue and Grotto street;
morning worship at 10:30; theme,
"Glory to God in the Highest, and on
Earth Peace Among the Men of His
Good Pleasure;" Sabbath school at
noon; T. P. S. C. E. at 6:45 p. m. Seata
free and a cordial welcome to all at
HOUSE OF HOPE—Fifth and Exchange,
on Seventh; the pastor, Dr. W. H. W.
Boyle, will preach at 11 and 8; morning
subject, "The Wonderful;' evening sub
ject, "The Uniqueness of Jesus," in
connection with the cantata, "The Mes
sage of the Star." -
ST. PAUL'S SPIRITUAL ALLIANCE—
Odd Fellows' hall, Wabasha and Fifth
streets; lyceum, 1:30 p. m.; lecture by
Mrs. Carrie Tryon at 8 p. m.; subject
taken from the audience; greetings by
Mrs. John Saver.
GRACE—Burr and Minnehaha; Edward
H. Goodell, pastor; morning theme,
10:30. "How and Why the World Keeps
Christmas;" evening, 7:30, "A Christ
mas cantata entitled "The Crown of
the Year" will be given by a chorus of
fifty voices under the direction of Mrs.
E. H. Goodell.
HOLMAN MEMORIAL—Bates avenue
and Euclid street; S. B. Ryan, pastor;
preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.;
morning subject, "The Finished Work,"
followed by the holy communion; even
ing subject, "A Born King;" special
Christmas music at both services; love
feast at 9:30 a. m.
PEOPLE'S—Pleasant avenue; Dr. Smith
will preach at 11 a. m. on "Jesus
Christ, the Light of the World," and at
8 p. m. "Dr. Lyman Abbott's Latest
Theology;" holy communion at 10:15 a.
m.; special Christmas music morning
and evening; the flower guild decoration
for Christmas. -s"
NEW JERUSALEM—Virginia and Selby
avenues; Rev. Edward C. Mitchell, pas
tor; service at 10:30 a. m.; Sunday
school at 11:45 a. m.; subject of ser
mon, "How God Came Upon the Earth
As a Man." '
UNlTY—Wabasha street, foot of Summit
avenue; Rev. Richard W. Boynton, min
ister, will preach qn "The Motive Power
of Christianity;" services begin at 11
a. m.; Sunday school meets at 10
o'clock; special Christmas service, with
ST. PAUL'S—Mackubin street, near Ash
land avenue; Rev. H. B. Taylor, min
ister; 10:30 a. m.; subject, "The Christ
mas Message;" 8 p. m., "Four Part
Service on the Christ Child;" Sunday
school at noon. The Sunday evening
service in St. Paul's Universalist church
will make use of the regular
choir, a violinist and stereopticon.
Part 1. "The Child of the H Scrip
tures;" 2, "The Child of the Legends;
3, "The Child in Christmas Customs;
4. "The Child in Art." Music will be
used between each part.
FIGHT SHARKS AS THEY
ROW 200 MILES
Captain and Crew of Wrecked Schoon
er Have Something to Tell
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Dec. 24.—A
voyage of 200 miles by oars, almost
destitute of provisions and water and
pursued by a horde of giant shacks,
that threatened momentarily day and
night to capsize their craft and devour
their occupants, were the experiences
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:3i ; SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA
of Capt. Harris and four South sea isl
anders, who composed the crew of the
little trading schooner Victor, wrecked
on Apataki island on Nov. 30. Apataki
is 200 miles from Papeete, the port of
This is a tale of sea brought her©
by the the liner Mariposa, just arrived,
which left Papeete on the day Capt.
Harris and his men landed there ema
ciated and nearly crazed, but still alive.
When the Victor ended her career by
striking the reef the shipwrecked crew
had barely time to put off in the boat
for their long voyage, made without a
compass and no sail, with one day's
provisions on board and half a dozen
cocoa nuts. The milk of the latter was
all they had tv drink during the eleven.
days it took to reach Papeete.
The passage was enlivened by a con
stant combat with the sharks. In veri
fication of their story oars were shown
splintered and worn repelling the at
tacks of the ferocious fish, which gave
them no rest. The Victor was a trader
among the Friendly and Society islands.
JUDGE'S SANTA CLAUS
BEARD CATCHES FIRE
Entertainer at a Church Celebration Is
Burned Badly ,
SOUTHBURY, Conn., Dec. 24. — A
false beard worn by Burritt M. Tuttle,
judge of the town court, who was en
acting the part <^f Santa Claus at tha
Christmas celebration in the Methodist
church, caught fire from the Christmas
tree candles, and Judge Tuttle was se
The church was threatened by fire
and a panic was prevented with great
difficulty. Judge Tuttle was enveloped
in fire and his life was saved by men
who wrapped their coats about him.
Gives to Widows
PARIS, Dec. 24. —Mme. Loubet, wife
of the president, celebrated Christmas
eve by giving presents to the children
of functionaries of the Elysee palace
and distributing $2,000 among widows
who are supporting families.
Port. Arrived. Sailed.
New York Umbria.
New York St. Paul.
New York Menomlnee.
New York Kroonland.
Genoa Napolitan Prince.
Liverpool « Sylvania.
Gibraltar " Prjnz Adel
Havre La Cham
Christins Land Oscar 11.
Plymouth New York.
New York La Savoie.
New York Minnetonka.
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