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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 November 1896

GAjlflPfllGJi IS OVEE THE BITTER CONTEST BETWEEN THE STANDARDS PRACTICALLY AT AX END. BOTH CLAIM THE VICTORY. KIN VI, APPEAL TO THE VOTERS ISSI CD BY THE CAMPAIGN MANAGERS. BIR. JONES MAKES AN ADMISSION. For the First Time He Puts Illinois in the Doubtful Column— States Sized lp, CHICAGO, Oct. 31.— The campaign In the middle Western states for the most part came to an end tonight. In Chicago and Cook county, where the heat of the fight has been the round ing up of the candidates was finished this evening and the last speeches were made. Both parties claim to be sure of the result and express confi dence that the count on Tuesday night will show a large majority for their man. The only change that has been made in the estimates of i ither party Is the assertion of Chairman Jones that Illinois is a doubtful state. He has always claimed it heretofore as cer tain for Bryan. Chairman Jones says that Air. Bryan has at least 252 votes in th.e Sectoral college, and that noth ing can take th...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 November 1896

w "OLD GLOHY" WAVED FLAG DAY CELEBRATED IN SPLEN DID STYLE BY NEW YORK RE- I PUBLICANS. t THOUSANDS WERE IN LINE. PARADE FOR SOUND MOXEY THE MOST IMPOSING GOTHAM EVER SAW. AS IT WAS OBSERVED ELSEWHERE Both Parties Mnrked the Close of the < ;i m |mi un by Liberal Dls lilnys of JSiiiitiujL;-. NEW YORK, Oct. 31.— Probably never in the history of politi cal campaigning in this city have the streets of New York .presented a brighter or more ani inated aspect than they wore today, -the occasion being the parade of the republican organization in honor of the party'j presidential nominees, Mc- Kinley and Hobart. Practically no business was done In the mercantile establishments, the In tr — st In the mammoth demonstration obliging those, even who are not in sympathy with the republican cause, to suspend operations for the day. The parade was to have begun at 9:30 a. m., but owing to the great number comprising it. there was considerable delay In getting underway. Hours and hours before th...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 November 1896

J The Approach of the Season ? <f When Conehs and Bronchia! and h £ Lung troubles prevail will remind • *» many people that ibey have heard of P ALLEN'S I i LUNG BALSAM, j V It is without doubt one of the very A h best remedie*. • { HI DFUOOISIS, 25C,50GfliKl$lflBo;i. I MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE 2» SOUTH FOURTH STREET. MIXXEAPOLIS GLOBULES. George Cowens, of ChilUcothe, 0., fell from * St. Louis freight train near Hopkins Fri day, and was so badly mangled that he died yesterday at the city hospital. The creditors of the individual estate of Franklin L. Greenleaf, of Greenleaf. Tenney A Co., Insolvents, will have their claims paid in full. Judge Jamison made an order to that effect yesterday morning. The annual visit of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" ■will occur at the Lyceum this week, where the Cook Twin Sisters company begin an en gagement of six nights and two matinees to morrow evening. Mrs. Jennie Campbell, wife of C. O. Camp bell, died at the family residence. 111 Second street northeast, y...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 November 1896

1O 'TWfISAPHRYWfIR THINGS WERE DECIDEDLY WARM IN THE MIXXESOTA-EX-COL LEtiIAXS' GAME. SCORE 8 TO 0 FOR SKI"U-MAH. HOIGHTOX AND HARRISON RULED OUT FOR BECOMING TOO ENERGETIC. IHATTICK'B BOYS GO DOWN. Minneapolis South Side Hlrlis the First to Defeat the Youthful ' .nrrion. Minnesota has played her last game with the ex-collegians. This was the general opinion after the game yes terday afternoon, in which Minnesota won by 8 to 0. It was not the fault of the ex-collegians or of the 'varsity boys, but the inevitable result of the game with the older men for the past two years has betn that things hap pened which the men afterwards were ashamed of. The trouble began with the discussion as to the length of halves, and it looked for a times as if the game would not be played. Finally the dispute was settled with a twenty five minute first half and a twenty minute second. Then the officials could not be peaceably chosen, and thus it continued through the entire game. Play began at 3:40, Min...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 November 1896

J The Approach of the Season ? W When Oonahs »nd Bronchial and A /• Lunu troubles prevail vriU remind • • many people thai they have heard of r ALLEN'S I I LUNG BALSAM, j L V • It is without doubt one of the very A •i be6t remedies. • { At DruoQisis, 25c, 50c and $i QBome. I MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE 2» SOUTH FOURTH STREET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. O«orge Cowens, of Chlllicothe, 0., fell from a St. Louis freight train near Hopkins Fri day, and was so bafily mangled that he died yesterday at the city hospital. The creditors of the individual estate of Franklin L. Greenleaf, of Greenleaf, Tenney & Co., insolvents, will have their claims paid in full. Judge Jamison made an order to that effect yesterday morning. The annual visit of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" will occur at the Lyceum this week, where the Cook 1 *in Sisters company begin an en gagement of six nights and two matinees to morrow evening. Mrs. Jennie Campbell, wife of C. O. Camp bell, died at the family residence, 111 Second street nort...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 November 1896

1O 'TWRSfIPKRYWAR rHTNGS WKRR DECIDEDLY W ARM IN THE MIXXESOTA-EX-COl*- LEGIANS' GAME. SCORE 8 TO 0 FOR SKIiJ-MAH. HOL'GHTON AND HARRISON RILED OUT FOR BECOMING TOO ENERGETIC. IHATTUCK'S BOYS GO DOWN. Minneapolis South Side Hiffhs (he First to Detent the Youthful 1 .itrrlors. Minnesota has played her last game with the ex-collegians. This was the general opinion after the game yes terday afternoon, in which Minnesota won by 8 to 0. It was not the fault cf the ex-collegians or of the 'varsity boys, but the inevitable result of the game with the older men for the past two years has befcn that things hap pened which the men afterwards were - ashamed of. The trouble began with the discussion as to the length of halves, and it looked for a times as if the game would not be played. Finally the dispute was settled with a twenty five minute first half and a twenty minute second. Then the officials could not be peaceably chosen, and thus it continued through the entire game. Play began at 3:...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 November 1896

HEAhTY IS RESTING MARKET LAST WEEK WAS QUIET A-S WAS TO BE EX PECTED. SOME SALES WERE REPORTED. AFTER ELECTION IT IS THOUGHT IUSINE.SS WILL SHOW IM PROVEMENT. ACTIVITY IS BUILDING CIRCLES. Reports Show That There Are a Number of Houses Under Course of Construction. Considering the fact that the coun try is one the eve of an election, a time when in the past the real estate market has been at its dullest, ihe ;ast •week has been one of satisfaction in realty circles. Dealers who expected extreme dullness in the market pend iug the election are happily disappoint ed on account of a number of sales ie corded and are hopeful that favorable conditions will continue. 77hUe no reports of particular uctivity are made. a few dealers have made good show ings, and others have propositions pending. The actual transfers of prop erty for the past week show a vei*y perceptible increase as to number, :md several of them have been for 'arger considerations than have been record ed for some time. Whi...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 November 1896

12 THEY TOOK TjiE KEY FANCY WORK DEALERS LEAVE THEIR APARTMENTS IN THE WASHMURN BLOCK. MANY WOMEN'S GOOD MONEY HELPED THE STRANGERS ON THEIR JOURNEY WITHOUT KNOW ING IT. tJNTIL IT WAS ALL TOO LATE. DexiKiii Wore Pretty, But They Seem to Have Been Designed for Wrong I »<■". A steady stream of expectant young and old women, went up In the ele vator at the Washburn block during the first part of the week, and stopped at room 304. Another throng of very much disappointed and very angry wo men descended on the same elevator In Just as big a stream, and there were mutterings of wrath. It would appear that the good people of St. Paul have been the victims of another "fake," and that dozens of Innocents have been robbed of sums ranging all the way from $i to $3. An aggravating feature of the alleged swindle is that the peo ple who have lost their money are peo ple who can ill afford to. Some time ago there appeared in all the city papers advertisements stating that ladies wishing to make...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 November 1896

PIS 13 1 22. VOL. XIX.— NO. 306. LPIfiTflE SEVENTH HIS POPULARITY "WILL MAKE BIG INROADS IN CLOUGH'S VOTE. THE DEFECTION IS SERIOUS, REPinUCAX CANDIDATE WII.L RUN BEHIND HIS TICKET FILLY SIXTEEN PERCENT. ta.N. (LAPP HAS MANY FRIENDS. His Defeat for the Gubernatorial Nomination I.nrn<-1> the Cauve of < loiijih'tt Wcukmiis, Special to the Globe. MOORHEAD, Oct. Sl.— A trip through the congressional district, such as I have just completed, will convince any unprejudiced person of at least one thing, and that is that if D. M. dough is elected governor this fall it will not be because of the help that he received from the Seventh dis trict. I have talked with men from every county of the district, of every shade of political opinion, from all the larger towns and many of the small ones, from the "pineries," the prairies, the Red river valley and the "Park Re gion'" — for the Seventh stretches over four parallels of latitude, and includes many varieties of soil and topography — an...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 November 1896

14 BOORS OF THE HOUR •TJIK MIKDER OF DELICT A," MARIE CORELLI'S LATEST NOVEL. THE WASHER OF THE FORD, „., AX nTEn\ATIOSAL NOVEL BY A CARELESS DISCIPLE OF HOW ELLS. "PE(i(;V." BY MISS BERTHA HALE. j«A Full Confession"— '-The Mist on lite Hours"— An Art Calendar— Literary Notes. "The Washer of the Ford" is the ti tle of Miss Fiona MacLeod's new vol ume of "Legendary Moralities and Bar baric Tales" of the West Highlands. I', differs from "The Sin-eater" in that :i deals more exclusively with the ( ■"'-■■ The issue of Mrs. Humphry Ward's aerial story, "Sir George Tressady," in complete form, again calls the critics and the reading world to pass this conspicuous novelist in review afresh and further establish her repu tation in the niche to which her contempor aries propose to assign her. Her career, as re stated by the Illustrated London News, is this: She is a granddaughter of Dr. Arnold, ai Rugby, and a niece of Matthew Arnold. She was born in Hobart, Tasmania, where her father, Thoma...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 November 1896

Listen, all, for whom the Saving of Money has any Charm: 1 l\f|ftff'ft jl B I I J '|B J_jl '^m'Fi § UUIIIILUI UUniU, Uill LU flllti OlUlllO. l :rz: BcA 4 or to r rrow , wil ,! , leave its t p , rin i I \ Fin iLiiiilmi m 1 l iw 'li lTllTiliffll ' \T\m\ i i -*^.se£ss£s£s =t,» ssssr n in the sands ot time. Years hence it will be remembered and Q \ TyWl 1 Wlll^ IIIf it 111 Mil IM I ffHi ill llliwljty IIIIHMmWMj IBiirW U 111 AM™* 1 ' 1 " 8 price is the highest of mercantile arts. We have this art perfected so reterred to as the day when ti/st-dass and desirable Silks O I \ jS&sP^mMIIZJtM^SsU^BSSBmAt^BSBK^^^ 9 *gggg^*^ O that we are acknowledged leaders in the cloak trade, and those who buy were sold at retail for less than the cost of production— a state {> \ WMmmB^^KKK/^^^^^^^^^^^^ 6 of us are considered wise. of affairs broug-ht about bv a combination of circumstances H \ W mmmmm^ m^^ V What we want is actual comparison of garments. That's where we that will ™«KnKi + y a . coin ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 November 1896

16 THE SAINT PAUL GLOBS. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1893. I SUBURBfIN I b SOCInLjo) I HAMLIXE. The Hamline Fortnightly club held its first study class on last Tuesday afternoon with Miss Tempe Griffith. The subject was "France." Papers were read by Mesdames C. N. Akers. William E. Brink, George Drew, If. If. Fl'ni. Norman Larsen and by the reader. Mrs. F. F. Lindsey. The divisions of the subjects of the second empire were King lake, The Invasion of the Crimea, Victor Hugo. Napoleon, the late M. de Maupas, the Story of the Coup d'Etat, Life of Napoleon 111.. Reconstruction of Europe, Revolution and Reaction in Modern France, Washburn's Rec ollections of a Minister to France, and Mul ler's Political History of the Recent Times. A new secret society has been organized in the college among a few of the sophomore girls. They propose meeting each week, but their object still remains unknown. The mem bers are: Misses Jessie Evans, Dolly Adams, Mabel Wald. Beatrice Ridgway, Mabel Mc- Klnstry, Klla...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 November 1896

; SAINT PAUL SOCIAL There were a number of pleasant events during the week in the social world, and although the weather, ex cepting Monday, was anything but pleasant, all of them were well attend ed. Monday was an ideal day. and my lady shopped in the morning and made calls in the afternoon. In the evening Mrs. H. P. I'pham gave a pound im ney euchre party at her home I on Summit avenue, which was attend ed by over 100 people. The affair was i quite unique, all of the details being j of a golden hue carrying out the idea i of the gold standard. The guests for whom Mrs. [Tphana entertained were - Mrs. W. F. Steele. of Chicago; Mrs. Arthur Hartley of London; and Miss C.ritiin. of Siena Falls. N. Y. The as sisting young women were Miss Beardsley, Miss De Coster, Miss Bige low H!'d Miss Hill. Monday afternoon Mrs. Oliver Diilrymplf was hostess to luncheon at her home on College avenue for Mrs. and Miss Bradley, of JMlnth. Mrs. B. P. Crosby entertained Monda. evening at an informal whis...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 November 1896

18 WOMEN Children's gowns and cloaks are o •special interest now that the time ha; Some to fit the children out for the win ter. • and the more one thinks abou Children's clothes the more intereatinj they .are, for there Is some satisfac lion in the purchase of their pretty fclmple gowns which can be all won Out before they go out of style. Then Is nothing very striking or original lr their autumn fashions, but that is dut to the fact that there is so little tha' Is new in the grown-up gowns. The noticeable difference in cut i's lr »- . — __ *- " the sleeves, which follow the tendency of ail sleeves to be smaller. And in fckirts there are the same straight breadths for the silk gowns and a Circular cut for wool dresses. The iuimpe dress for girls under eleven years of age is one of the staple fash lone which do not vary much from one eeason to another, but the guimpe waist $6 often made of velvet, silk, and plain %rool instead of cambric, for the needed Varmth in winter. Narrow brai...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 November 1896

jjJOBBJNGTHt MINTS. jfiyj ((===: ~=s^SrE> How Sneak Thieves Have Stolen Uncle Sam's BuJlion. )=a WASHINGTON, Oct. 29.— 1 visited the mint at Philadelphia last week. Jt now contains more than $200,000,000, and it has r.0. 000,000 standard silver dol lars in a single vault. The San Fran cisco mint has, I am told, more than $50,000,000 worth of precious metal Btored away, and in the vaults of the mint at New Orleans there are now something like $20,000,000 worth of gold and silver. During my stay in our Philadelphia treasure house I was shown the different methods by which Uncle Sam guards his hoard. Every atom of gold and silver is watched, end, although the mint has handled more thaa a billion and a half dollars worth of bullion since it was founded, only a small part has been lost. Still the temptation to theft is great, and every now and then the treasury de partment finds a shortage in some of . the mints or in the government assay offices in different parts of the West. The tr...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 November 1896

2U fIIHOHG THE ORDERS DOIXGS OF THE LOCAL SECRET SO CIETIES Dl RING THE LAST AYEEIC MINNEAPOLIS ELKS BUSY. BEGIN TO PREPARE FOR THE RE UNION AND GRAND LODGE MEETING Wield in that city next simmer. The Knights of Malta Show n Re markable Increase During the Ln*t Year. Minneapolis Lodge No. 1, Benevolent and Protective Ordei- of Elks, has start ed the ball rolling in good time for the annual reunion and grand lodge meet ing in that city for the coming year. Following is the letter sent out by the executive committee: Minneapolis. Sept. 16. Dear Sir and Brother— Minneapolis Lodge, No. 44. B. P. O E.. wishes to make the grand lodge session and reunion that begins July 6, 1897. the largest, cheeriest, pleasantest and" best that the order has ever known. We need your assistance. We want you to Ifelp us make this session the largest, in point of numbers, ever known. Already many lodges have started •Minneapolis Clubs," have cre ated regular organizations, with officers duly elected and are...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 November 1896

WANTS KAY BE LEFT At the following locutions (or Inser tion In the Dally and Sunday Globe, «* the name rates aa are churgrd by the main office. HAMLIKU. Hamline Pharmacy Drug Store 750 SN'ELLINQ AVENUE. DAYTON'S BLUFF. Sever Westby Drug Store 679 EAST THIRD STREET. LOWER TOWS. William K. Collier Drug Store SEVENTH AND SIBLEY. Joseph Argay Drug Store COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS. M. D. Merrill News Stand 442 BROADWAY. HERRUM I'AKK. A. L. Woclsey Drujr Store ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AVENUES. bT. ANTHONY HILL. Emil Bull , Druggist GRAND AV. AND ST. ALBANS. W. A. Frost & Co Drug Store SELBY AND WESTERN AVENUES. 4 Straight Eros Drugstore RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS. A. A. Campbell Drag Store 235 RONDO STREET. A. T. Guernsey Drug Store 171 DALE STREET. Brackett's Pharmacy VICTORIA AND SKLBY AVENUES. WEST SIDE. The Eclipse Drug Store. S. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVENUK. George Marti Drug Store 8. WABASHA AND FATRFTELD AVENUE. Concord Street Prescription Store. CORNER STATE AND CONCORD STREETS....

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 November 1896

2'4 PLfIYS APO PItfIVERS ROBERT HAMTBLL I\ A ROMAXTIC REPERTOIRE AT THE MET ROPOLITAN. "MME. SANS GENE" TO FOLLOW. SAX.DOWS FAMOUS NAPOUSOSIC COMEDY WITH KATHRVV KID- I)ER IX THK TITLE ROLE. "A BOY WANTED." AT THE CRA.VD. He Will Be There All the Week— Coming Attractions — Gossip of the Theater. The romantic actor. Robert Mantell, *.ill be at the Metropolitan the first four niphts of the present week, open iiig tonight in his production of Du mas' "Corslcan Brothers." Mr. Man tell is the only actor in this country who now Elves a presentation of Du mas' famous play. He mounts it most effectively. Jn the "Corsican Brothers," as Fabien and Louis dei Franchi. the twin brothers, Mantell has achieved suoce?s. All the scenery, costumes, screens and other numerous stage ac cessories are new and were especially prepared for the New York run of the play. A performance of more than ordinary merit is assured. The bill on Tuesday night and We.unesday afternoon will be "Mon bars." an adaptation ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 November 1896

VOL.. XIX.— NO. 307. BULLETIN OF THrE ST. PflrUL, GL^OB^. MONDAY, NOV. 2. Weather for Twlay — Light Rain or Snow. PAGE 1. General Review by States, l'ulmer Not for McKinley. PAGE 2. Globe Bulletins by Calcium Liv lit. General Political Gossip. I*. M. Smith Greets His Men. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Matters. Ilrian in Nebraska. Bismarck Speaks Out Again. PAGE 4. Editorial. Theatrical Review. National Democratic Platform. PAGE 5. Booth-Tucker in St. Paul. Rev. Millard on Election Results. Fatality in Vnion Depot Yards. PAGE O. Henry Clews* Financial Review. Official City Notices. PAGE 7. The World's Markets. Want* of the People. PAGE 8. The Household. Vagrant Verse. TODAY'S EVENTS. Met— Corslcan Brothers, 8.15. Grand— A Boy Wanted, 8.15. City Hall— Park Board, 8. MOVEMENT OF STEAMSHIPS. NEW YORK. Nov. L— Arrived: La Bour gogne, from Havre; Spaarndam, from Rotter dam. LIVERPOOL— Arrived: Cevlc, from New York. HAVRE— Arrived: La Gascogne, from New York. QUEEXSTOWN— SaiIed: TJmbria, from Liverp...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 November 1896

2 SfIINT POUL. »- " fcA^fe-B««fAL NEWS. Last Thursday a pretty birthday party was given at the home of O. M. Fullington, 92 Prospect terrace, in honor of his mother, Mrs. E. M. Fullington, and Mrs. N. A. Cham- TTmmrwTfSs^bMlrlray occurred on Friday, and the two families combined in the fes trrWtSS. Trt* rrotH* was gorgeously trimmed with ma'den hair ferns and smilax, and. all the- -appointments *w%re arranged with great, taste. Refreshments were served, and at eat* plat* vnwr-a seovenir vase filled with cut roses, and a card with a suitable quotation en* an acre s*e> speHteig out the name of Full ington. It was a most pleasant occasion erstch «***♦•< beHong-jemembered by fortunate Suests. It was i. complete surpr se to Mrs. ksttsMwa aMsVwes-ae doubt one of the pleas antest surprises of her life. The invited guests were- Mesdames F. B. Doran, Wood bury, F. Tostavin, D. Smith, J. A. Strong, H. P. Wilbur, of Minneapolis; R. Barnett. E. Hanson. S. V. Avery, A. Tuttle, F. Morgan, C...

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