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It is difficult to write of society when
It has apparently dispersed and is no
longer with us. Whether Lent is being
more strictly kept than usual this year,
or whether the off season happens to
'coincide with the penitential time,
the truth is the Saintly city was never
duller than it is at present. There are
'rumors of broken engagements which
'are interesting, but of which little is
known as yet. However, the feeling in
regard to the severing of an engage
ment is very different from what it
used to be and it is accounted most
sensible of any girl to withdraw before
she has made possible unhappiness in
evitable. But there are other engage
ments that are not broken, and talk of
trousseaux and weddings fill the air.
The fascination that a wedding ex
erts over womankind will never cease.
The preparation of the dainty outfit
for the bride, the excitement and fuss
and feathers connected with, a church
wedding, are all very attractive to the
friends of the bride. The groom really
does not figure much and often would
prefer the quietest sort of a ceremony
to the elaborate affair arranged wheth
er he approves or not, for it is-the un
written law that a girl shall have the
kind of a wedding which suits her best.
So the younger set of St. Paul is now
much interested in the weddings
which will follow Easter closely this
The wedding of Miss Jean Sticknoy
-. and Mr. Leonard R. Welles of Min
neapolis has been set for Tuesday
evening, May 10, at the church of St.
John the Evangelist. It will be an
elaborate affair with several brides
maids, the details of which are not yet
ready for publication, but a wedding
which unites the social interests of the
Twin cities is an important event and
is looked forward to with much pleas
ure by the friends of Miss Stickney
and Mr. Welles.
To say that Miss IsaSel Selmes has
arrived, as far as New Tork society is
concerned, is to put it very mildly in
deed. Miss Selmes, while very young,
has been Included in all the gay af
fairs of the smart set this winter, while
spending the season with Mrs. Henry
Parri.sh" in New York. She was "among
those present" at Mrs. Astor's ball, a
distinction which is regarded as a no
table one in Gotham, was bridesmaid
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Miss Selmes was born and brought up
in St. Paul, and Is the daughter of the
late Tilden R. Selmes, and her mother
was Miss Flandrau, daughter of Judge
C. E. Flandrau. She Is remembered as
a very pretty girl and all her friends
here are hoping she will come out this
summer to visit.
A unique entertainment was given
last night by a dozen boys of the Cro
cus hill district, in honor of one of
them who has recently returned from
Europe. It was a progressive dinner,
each course of which was served at a
different house, and which kept the
boys running about all last evening
from one place to another. The first
caurse was served at the resident's Of
Mrs. Charles Power, and the last
course brought them to the home of
Mrs. Gardner Moore, where the re
mainder of the evening was spent. The
whole affair was a great success, even
though it was entirely a stag dinner,
the girls not being included. Those
who got up the affair and attended
were Gardner Moore, George Hard«n
bergh, Kennan Rothschild, Fred,
George and Robert Powers, Vincent
Dawson, Warren Strong, Edgar Rus
sell, William Koch and John Given.
Mr. James M. A. Darrach of New
York, whose engagement has recently
been announced to Miss Lilian Millard
of this city, is at the Aberdeen. Dr.
and Mrs. J. E. Schadle have returned
from the south. Dr. and Mrs. Mac-
Laren have removed to their own
house on Holly avenue. Mrs. M. D.
Flower of Ashland avenue entertained
Informally on Friday afternoon. Mr.
Meredith Bend has taken an apartment
in. the St. Albans which he will oc
cupy after his marriage to Miss Hoi -
man in the spring.
The double wedding of Miss Miriam
Holman and her sister. Miss Edith Hol
man, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. E. O.
Holman, to Mr. Bend and Mr. Edwards,
is of great interest to the young set
and what may be called the very young
set, among whom Miss Edith Holman
has many friends though she has never
formally come out. The wedding is set
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THE ST. PAUL GLOBE. SUNDAY. MARCH 19, 1905
for Toeeday evening, May 2, at the
.Churchyof St. John the Evangelist.
Miss Helen Holman will be the maid of
TtOTTor and the bridesmaids will be Miss
Haynie, Miss Carr, Miss Adele L.an
pher, Miss Berkey, Miss Alice Max
field and Miss Marjorie Barrows.
Mrs. D. A. Mudge of Laurel avenue
gave a children's party on Friday in
honor of her daughter's birthday. Mrs.
C. W. Ames of Grand avenue 'enter
tained informally Friday evening. Mips
Liggett of St. Anthony Park gave a
luncheon Friday. Mrs. Ambrose Gui
terman of Nelson avenue gave a lunch
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Miss Sarah Frances Hess, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Hess of 415
Jenks street, was married to Mr. Al
bei t-Lucian Noyes of 347 Magnolia
street, at 8 o'clock Thursday evening.
Rev. Mr. Gray of the Pacific Congrega
tfonal church officiating. The bride's
attendants were her sisters. Miss Jen
nie L Hess as maid of honor. Miss Eva
C. Hess bridesmaid. The groom was
attended by Arthur V. Noyes and
Harry N. Hayes, who was best man.
The bride was preceded by her young
brother and sister. Barton and Ida,
strewing ilowers in her pathway. The
bride was gowned in white Egyptian
crepe and lace over satin. She car
ried a bouquet of white roses and lilies
of the valley. The maid of honor and
bridesmaid wore dresses of French
batiste, with trimmings of valen
ciennes lace. They carried bouquets
of bride roses, with streamers of chif
fon. A reception followed the cere
mony. Mrs. William Shaw and Mrs.
E. CL Boxell assisted in serving the
ices. About 150 guests were present.
Mr. and Mrs. Noyes left for the south
that evening and will be at home at 342
Magnolia street after April 1.
During the four days, Tuesday.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, ot
ttiis week, from 10 to 6 o'clock each
day. the Art Workers 1 guild will ex
hibit a large collection of artistic pho
tographs at the guild rooms, 48 East
Fourth street. Many local photogra
phers will be represented, as well as
numerous camera artists of national
reputation. Among the latter will be
Louis Fleckenstein, Porterfleld, Iglick
and J. H. Field. Orders will be taken
for copies of many of the best pictures
from any who may desire them.
Mrs. H. H. Steinkamp of Sherburne
avenue was tendered a farewell party
last Sunday evening by a few of her
friends on the eve of her departure
for a two months' visit in Europe. The
evening was spent in progressive eu
chre. High scores were made by Mias
A. Ludden. Mrs. Angela Moore. Mrs. B.
MVBride, Mrs. L, Gerten and Mr. Ger
ten and Mr. Graves.
Mr. Joseph Jansen of Hawthorne
street was surprised last Wednesday
evening in honor of his birthday.
Cards were played and those receiving
prizes were' Mrs. O. Hagenstein, Mrs.
Boehm, Miss Jansen, Mrs. Lambson
and Mr. Cheseck, Mr. Reiners, Mr. Der
rick and Mr. Pierce.
Mrs. A. Fernald of Viola street en
tertained at cards Tuesday afternoon.
There were sixteen guests. High scores
were made by Mrs. Stierle. Mrs. Pike
Mrs. Cook and" Mrs. Krends.
Mrs. Francis G. O'Neall and son
Hugh will return from Los Angeles
April 1 and will be at home for the
summer at Mahtomedi with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Dampier.
Mrs. J. Fink and Mrs. Maurice
Abrams gave a linen shower Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Abrams,
Westminster street, irt honor of Miss
Marie Rosenthal, a bride of the rnpnth.
Mr and Mrs. H. N. Molloy of the
Forepaujjh block returned yesterday
from a two weeks' visit in the east.
Mr. E. N. Harris of Laurel avenue
will leave April 1 for Pittsburg. where
he hair accepted a position.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ream of Marble
Rock. la., are visiting their daughter.
Mts. U Roe Orleans.
Miss Nicholson of Mannhelmer
biUldine will return from New York
JP i!ia.H. J. English, Dayton avenue
has returned from New York.
Mrs. E E. McDonald of Bemidjl.
Minn., is ill at St Joseph's hospital.
Miss Olson of the Mannheimer buifd
lng has gone east.
LODGES AND CLUBS
"Tfte Ladles Social Union of St.
Pauls Universallst Church will meet
Tuesday with Mrs. Henry Rothschild,
£*3 Marshall avenue.
The Young Married People's Club of
the Dayton Avenue Presbyterian
Church will meet in the primary room
Tuesday evening. March 21, at 8
p. in. All the young married people of
the congregation are urged to be pres
ent, as a very interesting programme
has been prepared and a matter of
special interest and importance is to
Mrs. O'Connell of 904 Aurora avenue
entertained the Clover Leaf club
Thursday afternoon. High scores were
made by Mrs. Million. Mrs. OMalley
Mrs. Holmes and Mrs. Marty MrV
Million of 395 Carroll street will enter
Court Alpha No. 11, U. O. F., will
give a charity euchre party Monday
evening at Central hall. Sixth and Sev
enth streets, for the benefit of a sick
member. The committee in charge are
Miss Murray. Mrs. Merriarh and Miss
Mrs. M. Nelson of Case street will
entertain the Ladies* ISO 4 Kaffee
Klatch club Wednesday
The W inner Cinch club will meet
with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Getchel
The Jolly Dozen Cinch club was en
tertained Wednesday afternon by Mrs.
Alfred Getty, Orleans street. High
scores were made by Mrs. R. Freeman,
Mrs. Getty and Mrs. R. Schoeneman.
Pride of SL Paul lodge, Ladies' So
ciety of the B. of L. F., will give a
euchre party Thursday afternoon at
Bowlby hall. Those in charge are Mrs.
Lyons, Mrs. Extrand and Miss Far
Imperial lodge No. 94 will entertain
the supreme officers of their lodge
Monday evening. March 20. Refresh
ments and dancing will follow.
The Endless Chain Social club will
give a public card party and raffle
Monday afternoon at Central annex,
116 West Sixth street. The committee
will serve refreshments.
Court of Minnesota. I. O. F.. No. 453,
will give, at their next regular meet-
Ing at Central hall on Friday, March
f•• a grand entertainment in honor of
the high standing committee. All
members are requested to attend in
The Tribe of Ben Hur will give a
progressive euchre party Wednesday
evening, March 22. at Central hall.
Mrs N. B. Pike, Mrs. Taylor and Mrs.
Ward will have charge
Mrs. A. Hauser of Fuller street en
tertained the No Telling club Thursday
arternoon. Favors were won by Mrs.
A. Hauser, Mrs. H. Pfeiffer and Mrs.
W. Bloomquist. Mrs. A. C. Devitt of
Rondo street will be the club's next
The Ladies' Aid Society of the First
Presbyterian Church will serve a sup
per Tuesday night at 6:30 in the
EAST ST. PAUL
A very pretty home wedding took place
Tuesday e\ening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A Morton on Case street, when
their daughter Louisa Catherine and Mr.
Gustav Mueasel were married. Rev. A.
L. koeneke of the Dayton's Bluff German
M. h.. church performed the ceremony in
the presence of about fifty of the relatives
and friends of the bride and groom. The
bride was attended by her sister. Miss
Nellie Morton, as bridesmaid, and her
™ the, r- Ge°ree Morton, was groomsman,
lhe bride wore a gown of cream silk,
trimmed with lace and ribbon. Miss Mor
ton also wore white. The ceremony was
performed In the main parlor before the
mantel, which was banked with ferns,
roses and carnations. The decorations
throughout the rooms were carnations and
roses. A stringed orchestra furnished
music during the e#.ning. and Miss Eliza
beth Morton of Duluth gave piano selec
tions A reception was held from 8 to
t V> i^; J Crlder out ice cream and Mrs.
J Quinlin poured coffee. They were as
sisted by the Misses Noma Snyder. Ida
Crogan and Jessie Swartz. Miss Nellie
Dempsey served frappe. Mr. and Mrs.
Muessel have gone to housekeeping and
will be at home after April l^at 99<f Bun
Garfleld camp No. 80. Modern Woodmen
of the World, a new society recently or
ganized on the east side, will give an
athletic entertainment at GarfieTd hall
Fauquier and Arcade streets. The new
officers are: Hugo E. Hermann, consul
commander; John Hanson, advisory lieu-'
tenant; Samuel Spindler, banker; Ran
dolph Hurby, clerk, and Dr. Dlnwoodle.
medical adviser. William B. Ryan will
be sent as delegate to camp convention
next month i n Madison. Wls.
The annual meeting of the Woman's
FASHIONS FROM VOGUE
Prepared Specially for THE GLOBE
The new mohairs are very hand
some and will undoubtedly be ex
tremely popular for spring gowns and
Sicilian is the softest and most silky
weave and therefore the one most in
demand, particularly 4n check and
plaid patterns In soft shades of green.
brown, red, mauve, black and blue
combined with white and crossed oft*
with hair lines of a more vivid color
Some of the Scotch plaids are very
pretty, but the colorings are almost too
brilliant, except for very young girls
Drop d'ete, henrietta?. crepe de
paris and poplin are some of the other
lightweight fabrics of wool and wool
and silk mixtures that are being
greatly used for spring dresses.
These materials are all soft and
pliable and admirably adapted to the
requirements of the present style.
A silk and woolen poplin in a beau
tiful old red shade is used for the
smart house or afternoon gown Illus
It is made with a plain gathered five
gored skirt over a self toned taffeta
foundation, and a long, round pointed,
tight fitting bodice of shirred poplin,
arranged in graceful folds around the
figure, and fastening In front with
The New Outer GarmenrStore
Every woman in St. Paul and vicinity may consider this an urgent personal in
vitation to attend our opening on Wednesday, March 22.
We have prepared for your inspection a very exclusive and choice collection of
feminine wearing apparel, and we will show you many of the masterly creations
of the great designers of New York, Vienna and Paris in variety ran^in^ f rom th
simplest walking skirt to the elaborate gown. Something suitable for %veru con
ceivable occasion, and to please the most exacting taste. Incomparable styles"
faultless workmanship, and every garment bears the stamp of charac er and
It wiil be the aim of this store to offer such advantages that it will no longer be
necessary for any woman to undergo the trying ordeal of having her clothes
made to order. How much more satisfactory to quietly select from our wide as
sortment the exact style and fabric that best fills the requirement, and avoid the
nervous uncertainty as to the effect of the completed garment, the guesswork of
the final price and the delays. With us you can be absolutely sure of what you
are getting. *
OUT PriCeS While we sha!l always give quality the first consideration, we
'■ expect to save much money for women who have heretofore
worn custom made garments—and we will place these garments within reach of
many others as well who have usually found the price too hi^h
SoilVenirS Ladies attending the opening will receive a souvenir of the
z ==========z occasion.
Remember the date—Wednesday, March 22.
Home and Foreign Missionary Society of
the Arlington Hula Presbyterian Church
was held Saturday afternoon at the home
of Mts. D. D. Brack on D e Soto street.
The following officers were elected: Pres
ident, Mrs. D. D. Brack; vie© president,
Mrs. A. W. Whitney; secretary, Mrs. S. A.
Farnesworth; treasurer, Mrs. G. D.
Hutchin. Mrs. Brack was elected to rep
resent the society at the annual presby
terial meeting at Hamline Thursday and
Friday, the 30th and 31st.
St. Paul chapter No. 24, O. E. S., gave
a musicaie Monday evening at the home of
Mrs. Henry Ghge. The following pro
gramme was given: Instrumental selec
tions. Garnet Anderson; recitation. Mar
Jorie Wells; mandolin solo. Master Wil
liam Welsh; accompanists. Miss Fernald
and Miss O'Dowd; vocal solo. Miss Marlon
Seward. Mrs. I^slie Parlln, Mrs. George
Heaton and Mrs- D. Doty had charge of
The directors of Bethesda hospital have
elected the following officers: President,
Rev. C. J. Carlsoa; Secretary, Rev. J. E.
Llnner; treasurer. G. Bodin; superintend
ent. C. A. Hultzkrantz; directress. Sister
Brunhllde Bwenson; directors. Dr. Olaf
Sohiberg. Rev. A. T. Mattson. Rev. J.
Magney, Rev. T. KJelberg and Rev. John
Apollo council No. 69. Modern Samar
itans, held a Joint meeting Wednesday
evening with Beneficent Degree to
darker old red chiffon velvet bows
with brilliant centers. The fronts
open at the neck in a long V over little
waistcoat slips of pale old gold colored
brocade trimmed with round ruby but
tons, and between the ends of the lace
stock fall in a graceful Jabot. Three
small overlapping collars of the old
gold brocade, like that of the waist
coat, finish the neck, and the elbow
sleeves are gathered through the mid
dle and are finished with lace ruffles
tied Into the arm by a band of red
In great diversity is seen in both
the shapes and trimmnigs of spring
hats, and never before have straw
braids been produced in such beauti
ful weaves and colors.
Straw is used almost exclusively
for spring hats, and in many cases the
trimmings are also mostly of straw,
for among the millinery novelties are
exquisite flowers made entirely of
Low sailor shapes are again popu
lar, but the smart ones are posed on
the head In a new way; that is, they
are worn quite far forward and are
lifted off the head at the back by v
high bandeau covered effectively by
flowers or silk rosettes or bows, the
crown and fronts of the hats belqg
treated quite simply.
initiate fifty candidates. A number of the
supreme officers from Duluth were in at
tendance, among whom was Col. Yolton.
.? r. l X Star uamp> M- w- ■*-• entertained
all the members.
Mrs. Richard Drewery of Payne avenue
entertained at a birthday party Satur
day evening in honor of her sister Miss
Georgia Burnes. Progressive games were
played. High scores were made by
Frankie Burnes. Charlotte Swanstrom and
Mrs. William E. Buschmann of Beech
street loft Wednesday evening for Hot
Springs, where she will join her husband,
who is there for h!. health. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Buschmar.n of Oakland, Cal will
occupy their residence in their absence.
<uTn he ,des£ ee team of Forest camp No.
3800. M. W. A., under the new chief
forester, E. B. Lapp, conferred the first
and second degrees for the benefit of Mid
way camp No. 6658 Tuesday evening. A
class of eight was Initiated.
# . Mt- and Mrs. Ernest Zache entertained
the C. C. club Saturday evening. Prizes
were won by Mrs. Harry Die wen,'. Mrs
E. Schnaith, Mrs. R. Drewery, Mr. Schnaith
Sr Charles Schnaith and Mrs. C. Holland.
This was the final meeting.
Mrs. Frank Davis of Pine street enter
tained the I'nique Euchre club Wednes
day evening. • High scores were made by
Mrs. Minnie Morrow and Mr. Ernest
Country-man. Miss Lonanbeck of Reaney
street will be the next hostess.
Mrs. H. W. Dlcknr-h of Kast Sixth
street entertained the Two Hour club
Monday afternoon. High scores were made
by Mrs. Theo. Franks, Mrs. Derviehousky
»nd Mrs. J. Fallows. Mrs. Franks will be
the next hostess.
The graduating exercises of the primary
department of the Sunday school of the
East Presbyterian church will be held this
evening In the church. Mrs. B. R. Ide,
the superintendent, will be in charge.
The Cleveland Mothers' club met Tues
day afternoon in the assembly room. Rev
Campbell gave an address. Subject, "The
Mother's Influence." A musical and lit
erary programme was given.
The Lower Town, Mothers' club will
meet Tuesday afternoon in the Hawthorne
school. Miss Jennie Ginn will have charge
of the programme and Mrs. C. C. Miller
Mrs. Elmer Hack of Albert L*a and
Miss Josephine Hill of Lako City were
guests of Mrs. George Perkins of Olive
street during the week.
The Ladles' Aid Society of Rebekah
lodge No. 82 will be entertained Thursday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Haslett on
Miss Hildegard Anderson of York street
entertained the Willing Workers' Society
of the Swedish Mission Tabernacle Mon
Copeland camp degree team. M. W. A.,
gave a fancy dress party Monday evening
In Odd Fellows' hall. Payne avenue and
The Ladies' Aid Society of Rebekah
lodge No. 82 will be entertained at the
home of Mrs. Haslett on Reaney street.
Mrs. J. R. Thompson of Ashland. Wls.,
to Concord, Minn., was a guest of Mrs.
-Thomas Cameron of Fauquier street.
Mrs. C. M. Ide, East Thirteenth Street,
entertained part of the week Mrs. J. K.
Thompson of Ashland. Wte.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jackson of
street will leave next month for Memphis
Term.. where they will reside.
The Lyceum circle will meet Friday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Herbert
Charles 700 Preble street.
Miss Herman, supervisor of music in
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A silver tea was given Wednesday aft
ernoon at the home of Mrs G. A Yates
on Reaney street
St. Paul legion «7 will meet Tuesday
?i- irnoi? n ln Odd Ftlll°ws' hall. Fifth and
Mrs. E. R. Ide of Fauquler street spent
C£i °* the ,w, eek at Lake Shore park,
White Bear lake.
The Crosby guard save a fancy drill for
Hiawatha council Tuesday evening in
Mr. and Mrs. James Linden of Beech
street entertained a company of friends
Mrs. F. C. Spates of Fauquler street en
tertained at a thimble bee Wednesday
The Arlington Hills Mothers' club will
meet Wednesday afternoon In Phalen park
Garf Biebighauser of McMenemy street
has gone to Fern, N. D., for the summer.
Miss Maud Havekost will entertain the
1903 Euchre club Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Maud Havekost will entertain the
1903 Euchre club Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. C. C. Lee of Ifendota street will
entertain at a coffee on Wednesday.
Mrs. James Linden of Beech street has
returned from Mantorvllle.
Daniel Johnson of Margaret street has
gone to Seattle, Wash.
Mrs. Lamb will entertain the Harmony
club Friday afternoon.
The Nature Study club of Phalen park
school met Wednesday.
Mrs. Fred Norlander entertained at.
Miss Regan of Whitall street is visiting
friends In Eau Claire.
The Bowling club will meet Monday
T WEST SIDE ~T
The members of the Jolly Dozen club
were entertained at progressive cinch
Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
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