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bury, 175 Wabash av.

CONTRIBUTORS' CLUB-Editor,
Arthur J. Eddy, 6i8The Rookery. See
p. 409.

COOK COUNTY SUNDAY
SCHOOL ASSOCIATION-30. 132 La-
salle. Pres. Mrs. R. B. Preuszner; V.
Pres. J. A. Russell; Sec. W. B.Jacobs;
Treas. R. E. Brownell.



CORPORATION FOR RELIEF
OF WIDOWS AND ORPHANS OF
DECEASED CLERGYMEN Pres.
Henry Keep; Sec. and Treas. Mrs.
Wm. G. Hibbard, 1701 Prairie av.

COSMOPOLITAN ART CLUB-

Sec. George L.Schreiber, 1741, 47th (L.)

COUNTRY CLUB OFEVANSTON
See p. 410.

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERI-
CAN REVOLUTION See p. 413.

DEARBORN CLUB 200 Michigan
av. Pres. N. K. Fairbank; Treas.
George H. Wheeler; Sec. Austin A.
Burn ham.

DELAWARE BOAT CLUB -
Pres. John M. Schaack; Treas. Fred
J. Ringley; Sec. John T. Reilly;.Capt.
Arthur Franz.

DELTA KAPPA EPSILON
NORTHWESTERN ASSN. Pres.
Frank M. Lamed; V. Pres. Albert P.
Goodwin; Sec. and Treas. Edward Hurd
Smith, 107 Dearborn. Headquarters.
Grand Pacific Hotel.

DIOCESAN BRANCH OF THE
WOMAN'S AUXILIARY-Pres. Mrs.
O. V. S. Ward, 1701 Prairie av.; Treas.
Mrs. Frances M. Barrett.

DOUGLAS CLUB 3518 Ellis av. See
P- 414-

DOUGLAS PARK CLUB-gn
S. Kedzie av. See p. 413.

EDGEWATER CASINO Edge-
water. See p. 416.

ENGLEWOOD WHEELMEN -
Stewart av. cor. 67th (L.) Sec. O. V.
Mueller.

EVANSTON BOAT CLUB-Sheri-
dan Road n. of Greenleaf. Evanston.
Chas. B. Congdon, pres.; C. M. Carr.
sec.; C. B. Ide, treas.; W.D.Hess, capt.

EVANSTON CLUB-See p. 416.

FELLOWSHIP CLUB-See p. 417.

FIELD COLUMBIAN MUSEUM
See Museums.

FORTNIGHTLY CLUB - Meets
Fridays at 2.30 p. m., at 10 Vanburen.
See p. 418.

FORTY CLUB See p. 419.

FOX LAKE SHOOTING AND
FISHING CLUB-Meets at Grand
Pacific Hotel. Pres. R. B. Miller; Sec.
Victor D. Gowan, 154, 5th av.; A. V.
Hartwell, manager.

FRENCH LITERARY CLUB -
See p. 420.
FRIDAY CLUB-See p. 420.



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.



GERMANIA M^NNERCHOR
Club Room N. Clark nw. cor. Grant.
See p. 421.

GRANT CLUB Pres. L. L. Bond;
Treas. M. E. Cole; Sec. Dr. Listen H.
Montgomery, 200, 70 State.

HAMILTON CLUB 21 Groveland
Park. . See p. 424.

HARVARD CLUB Harvard and
Sixty-third. See p. 425.

HELIADES CLUB-go Warren av.
See p. 425.

HIGHLAND PARK CLUB-High-
land Park. See p. 426.

HINSDALE CLUB See p. 426.

HOME CLUB-6737 Wentworth av.
See p. 427.

HOME FOR DESTITUTE AND
CRIPPLED CHILDREN-Park av.
se. cor. Paulina. Rec. Sec. Mrs. H. A.
Delano.

HOME FOR SELF-SUPPORTING
WOMEN 275 and 277 Indiana. Pres.
Mrs. J. R. Key; Treas. Mrs. H. P.
Crowell; Rec. "Sec Mrs. E. W. Cra-
mer; Matron, A. M. Rugby.

HYDE PARK CLUB. Washing-
ton av. nw. cor. 5ist. See p. 427!

IDEAL CLUB 531 N.Wells. See
P- 429-

ILLINOIS CLUB 154 S. Ashland
av. See p. 429.

ILLINOIS CYCLING CLUB 1063
Washington boul. Pres. F. B. David-
son; V. Pres. Fred Gerlach; Sec. W.
A. Davis; Treas. W. Eisenberg; Asst.
Sec., E. J. Porter; Directors E. M.
Blaine, E. P. Richardson, R. W.
Knisely, Jr., J. A. Barkey, J. P. Pom-
eroy, E. A. Chisholm, C. R. Street, T.
L. Sloan, E. G. Richardson.

ILLINOIS HOME MISSIONARY
SOCIETY Office 151 Washington.
Supt. Rev. James Tompkins; Treas.
A. B. Mead.

ILLINOIS HUMANE SOCIETY
560 Wabash av. Complaints received
at office from 8 to 6. Pres. John G.
Shortall; Treas. George Schneider;
Sec. Belden F. Culver.

ILLINOIS SOCIETY SONS OF
THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Pres. Josiah L. Lombard; Sec. John D.
Vandercook, in, 185 Dearborn.

ILLINOIS ST. ANDREWS SO-
CIETY Meets ist Thursday in Feb-
ruary, May, August and November at
7, 81 Clark. Pres., John J. Badenoch;
Ireas., Duncan Cameron; Sec., John
F. Holmes.



ILLINOIS STATE SUNDAY
SCHOOL ASSOCIATIO N Pres.,
Henry Augustine; Treas., R. W. Hare;
Gen. Sec. W. B. Jacobs, 30, 132 Lasalle.

ILLINOIS WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN
TEMPERANCE UNION Women's
Temple. Pres. Mrs. L.S. Rounds, Chi-
cago ; V. Pres. Mrs. Carrie L. Grout,
Rockford, 111.; Cor. Sec. Miss Helen
Walker; Rec. Sec. Miss Maud Ritten-
house, Cairo, 111.; Treas. Mrs. A. E.
Sanford, Bloomington, 111.

ILLINOIS WOMAN'S HOME
MISSIONARY UNION-26, 151 Wash-
ington. Cor. Sec. Mrs. C. H. Taintor.

ILLINOIS WOMEN'S PRESS AS-
SOCIATION-Seep. 431.

INDIANA CLUB 3349 Indiana av.
See p. 432.

INTERNATIONAL YOUNG
WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSN.
1301, 34 Washington. Chairman, Mrs.
J, V.Farwell jr.; Sec. Mrs. F. F. West;
Treas. Mrs. L. W. Messer.

IROQUOIS CLUB Michigan av.
nw. cor. Adams. See p. 433.

IRVING CLUB Irving Park. See
P- 434-

JOSEPH JEFFERSON D R A-
MATIC CLUB 1411 Unity Building.
John Rosenberg, Mngr.

KENEITHA CLUB 837, 6ist,
Englewood. Pres., Lewis S. Browere,
V.-Pres., Thurman Gerard; Sec., Pierre
E. Miller, Treas., Harry L. Lindquist.
Meets 2d and 4th ^Wednesdays of each
month.

KENWOOD CLUB-47th cor. Lake
av. See p. 43S-

KLIO CLUB, THE 210 Masonic
Temple. See p. 437.

LA GRANGE CLUB See p. 437-

LAKE VIEW CYCLING CLUB-
401 and 403 Orchard. Pres., W. J.
Parsons; Sec., C. E. Garnet; Treas. G.
L. Weaver.

LAKESIDE CLUB 3138 and 3140
Indiana av.

LAKOTA CLUB 4111 Grand boul.
see p. 438.

LEAGUE AMERICAN WHEEL-
MEN, ILLINOIS DIVISION Sec.
A. J. Marrett, 509 Cleveland av.

LEGENSIA CLUB- Evanston .
Pres., Fleming H. Revell ; V.-Pres.,
Miss M. A. Childs; Sec. and Treas.,
Miss M. A. Phelps.



74



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.



LESSING CLUB 447 W. Taylor.

LINCOLN CLUB 531 W. Adams.
See p. 439-

LINCOLN CYCLING CLUB i
Ogden Front. See p. 440.

LINWOOD CLUB Irving Park.
Pres. L. Thomas; Sec.W.H. Brown.

MARQUETTE CLUB 36; Dear-
born av. See p. 441.

MARGARET ETTER CRECHE-
Pres., Mrs. T- A. Perkins; Treas., Mrs.
H. M. Starkey; Sec, Mrs. Philander
Pickering

MARY NOBLE CLUB-Meets at
Kenwood Club House. Pres. Mrs.
Edwin H. Keen; V. Pres. Mrs. J. C.
Stirling; Sec. and Treas. Mrs. Win. H.
Ray; Executive Committee, Mrs. E.
R. Shumway. Mrs. E. F. Bayley, Mrs.
Wm. T. Brown, Mrs. I. Henry Long.

MENOKEN CLUB 1196 Washing-
ton. See p. 442.

MORTON PARK CLUB Morton
Park. See p. 444-

MUSCODA CLUB-iiiS Lawndale
av. Pres. Lawton C. Bonney; Sec. and
Treas. H. L. Burnette, Sn Tacoma
bldg.

NATIONAL PRESS LEAGUE
Pres. Miss Mary H.Krout, Inter-Ocean;
V.-Pres., Mrs. Frank Davidson, La
Grange; Rec. Sec., Miss Jennie VanAl-
len, Ravenswood ; Cor. Sec., Mrs. B. A.
Fessenden, Highland Park; Treas.,
Mrs. A. V. H. Wakeman.

NATIONAL WOMAN'S CHRIST-
IAN TEMPERANCE UNION The
Temple. Pres. Miss Frances E.Willard,
732 Chicago av., Evanston, 111.; Cor.
Sec. Mrs. Catherine Lents Stevenson;
Treas. Miss Helen M. Barker.

NORTH END TENNIS CLUB N.
State and Burton pi. Pres. F. W. Goo-
kin; Treas. Fred A. Fish.

NORTH SHORE CLUB-i835 Well-
ington av. See p. 444.

NORTHWESTERN BAPTIST
EDUCATION SOCIETY Sec. Rev.
C. E. Hewitt, D.D. University of Chi-
cago.

OAK PARK CLUB-Oak Park, 111.
See p. 445-

OAKLAND CLUB-22 Oakwood av.
See p. 446.

OAKS, THE Austin. See p. 447.

OLIO CLUB-See p. 447.

PARK CLUB 57th cor. Rosalie ct.
See p. 448.



PHOENIX CLUB-I04 to no Mon-
roe. See p. 449.

POWHATTAN CLUB-I782

Wrightwood av.

PRAIRIE CLUB-Prairie av. cor.
Railroad boul.. Oak Park. Pres. John
Farson; V. Pres. W. R. Patterson;
Treas. H. L. Jewell; Sec. Orin L. Cox.

PRESBYTERIAN BOARD OF AID
FOR COLLEGES AND ACADEM-
IES 30, 115 Monroe. Pres. Rev. Her-
rick Johnson; V. Pres. Rev. S. J. Mc-
Pherson; Sec. Mrs. W. B. Jacobs; Clerk
Rev. T. G. K. McClure; Treas. Charles
M. Charnley.

PRESBYTERIAN LEAGUE THE
Pres. George F. Bissell; ist V. Pres.
James E. Downs; 3rd V. Pres. Rev.
Thomas D. Wallace, D. D.; Treas.
Charles S. Holt; Act. Sec. James
Frothingham.

PRESBYTERIAN MINISTERIAL

ASSOCIATION - Meets Mondays,
10:30 a.m. at 155 Lasalle. Rev. James
Clark Hill, D. D., chairman.

PRESBYTERIAN SOCIAL
UNION Meets monthly from Octo-
ber to April. Pres. Judge Henry V.
Freeman; Sec. Fred B. Mason, 301, 223
Dearborn: Treas. William H. Brint-
nall.

PROGRESSIVE CLUB 3800 Vin-
cennes av. Pres. George E. Van Ha-
gen; Sec. Charles J. Dash; Treas. H.
G. Howard.

PROTECTIVE AGENCY FOR
WOMEN AND CHILDREN 808
Chicago Opera House bldg. Mrs.
Lilian Johnstone Dreier, agt,

PSYCHEON CLUB-Sheridan av.
cor. 6ist. See p. 432.

PULLMAN ATHLETIC CLUB-
Grounds Athletic Island, Pullman, 111.
Pres. Alex. McLauchlan; V. Pres. Geo.
A. Martin; Sec. B. D. Blakeslee; Treas.
J. Wiley Dennison.

PULLMAN CRICKET CLUB -
Grounds Pullman, 111. Pres. John
Dixey; Sec. and Treas. Edward Butcher.

QUEEN ISABELLA ASSOCIA-
TION OF CHICAGO 70 State. Pres.
Miss Eliza A. Starr; Sec. Dr. Frances
Dickinson.

RYDER CLUB-Pres. Oliver Sol-
litt; V. Pres. Wm. E. Lamb; Sec Mrs.
F. N. Gage; Treas. Miss Francelia
Colby.



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.



75



SHERIDAN CLUB 4100 Michigan
av. See p. 453-

SISTERS OF ST. MARY Mission
houses at Cathedral, Washington boul.
cor. S. Peoria.

SOCIETY FOR ETHICAL CUL-
TURE Lectures every Sunday, at u
a.m., at Grand Opera House. Ethical
School, 40 Dearborn Sundays 10 a.m.
Pres. F. B. Tobey; Treas. C. A. Brown;
Sec. E. C. Wentworth; Lecturer, M. M.
Mangasarian.

SOCIETY FOR THE RELIEF OF
WIDOWS AND ORPHANS Pres.
Henry Keep; Sec. Mrs. Lydia B. Hib-
bard, 1701 Prairie av.

SONS OF MAINE Pres. Charles
F. Kimball; Treas. RoswellZ. Herrick;
Sec. Charles P. Mattocks, New York
Life bldg.

SONS OF NEW YORK Pres.
DeWitt C. Cregier; sec. John E. Davis,
12, 154 Lake; Treas. Charles E. Leon-
ard.

SONS OF VERMONT Pres.
Austin Clement; Treas. William H.
Gleason; Sec. Seymour Edgerton, 802,
171 Lasalle.

SOUTH SIDE CYCLING CLUB
749, 46th. Pres. W. A. Manning; Fin.
Sec. W. B. Neyenesch; Rec. Sec. C. A.
Jensen; Cor. Sec. William L. Loos;
Treas. G. J. Duffett.

ST. GEORGE'S BENEVOLENT
ASSOCIATION Meets ist Mondays
in St. George's Hall. Pres. W. B. Jack-
son; Sec. C. J. Burroughs, 8^,9 Wash-
ington boul. Treas. Wm. L. Tapson.

ST. GEORGE'S ATHLETIC

ASSN. Grounds Fullerton av. cor.
North Park av. Pres. W. J. Fleming;
V. Pres. S. Piggott; Treas. Win. H.
Bullen; Sec. W. Lovegrove.

STANDARD CLUB Michigan av.
sw. cor. Twenty-fourth. See p. 454.

SUNSET CLUB Sec. Philip S.
Post jr,

SYMPHONY CLUB ORCHESTRA
Meets at Athenaeum Hall, Monday
evenings. Shea Smith, Pres., H. M.
Lay, Sec. 46 Jackson

TACOMACLUB-ii34Melrose. H.
F. Pottgether, Pres.; W.P. Hildebrand,
V. Pres.;H. J. Schuette, Sec; F. P.
Dudenhoeffer, Treas.

TOLLESTON CLUB-Pres. F. A.
Howe; Sec. George Manierre, 214 The
Temple.

TRUSTEES OF THE ENDOW-
MENT FUND OF THE DIOCESE



OF CHICAGO-Pres. Francis B. Pea-
body; Treas. Wm. Kelsey Reed, 78
Lasalle; J. W. Doane, William G.
Hibbard, Albert E. Neeley, Emory
Cobb, Collins H. Jordan, Nelson A.
Steele, John DeKoven.

TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB
See p. 456.

UM-ZOO-ELL CLUB-Meets semi-
monthly at Lincoln Park Refectory,
first and third Tuesdays. Pres. E. J.
Brundage; Sec. M. Stoddard.

UNION CLUB Washington pi. sw.
cor. Dearborn av. See p. 457.

UNION LEAGUE CLUB-Jackson
sw. cor. Custom House pi. See p. 4^9.

UNION PARK CHORAL SOCI-
ETY Louis Falk, director. Meets
Union Park Congreg. ch. Saturday
evenings.

UNITED HEBREW CHARITIES
223, 26th. Office hours 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Pres. I. Greensfelder; Rec. Sec. Julian
W. Mack; Fin. Sec. Chas. Hefter; Supt.
Francis Kiss; Supt. Employment
Bureau, S. Bartenstein.

UNIVERSITY CLUB 118 Dear-
born. See p. 464.

VETERAN UNION LEAGUE 6
Madison. Pres. E. C. Hamburgher;
Treas. W. H. King; Sec. Theo. F
Brown.

WAHPANSEH WHIST AND
CHESS CLU 6-3828 Ellis av. Pres. W.
D. Anderson; V. Pres. W. H. Colvin:
Sec. George C. Fry; Treas. A. E. Matte-
son.

WANDERER'S CRICKET AND
ATHLETIC CLUB Grounds 39th cor.
Wentworth av. Sec. Fred Sansome.

WASHINGTON PARK CLUB

Office, 32 Palmer House. Pres. Geo.
Henry Wheeler; V. Prests. Samuel W.
Allerton, Columbus R. Cummings,
Henry J. Macfarland, Charles D.
Hamill; Treas. John R. Walsh; Sec.
James Howard.

WEST CHICAGO CLUB-48 and
50 Throop. See p. 466.

WEST END WOMAN'S CLUB-
542 W. Monroe. See p. 467.

WOMAN'S AUXILIARY OF THE
BOARD OF MISSIONS Pres. Mrs.
O. V. S. Ward; Treas. Mrs. Frances M.
Barrett.

WOMAN'S BOARD OF MISSIONS
OF THE INTERIOR Room 603, 59
Dearborn. Pres. Mrs. Moses Smith; V.
Pres. Mrs. Lyman Baird; Sees. Mrs. E.
W. Blatchford, Mrs. J. F. Temple,



"ART is NATURE PASSED THROUGH
THE ALEMBIC OF MAN"



WILL W. MlLLNER



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Mr. and Mrs. Will W. Millner

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TEACHERS OF ELOCUTION, ORATORY AND
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77



Mrs. G. B. Wilcox. Miss M. D. Win-
gate, Mrs. H. M. Lyman and Mrs.
George M. Clark; Rec. Sec. Miss M. D.
Wingate; Treas. Mrs. J.B.Leake. Office
hours, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Illinois
branch of W. B. M. I., Sec. Mrs. W. A.
Montgomery, 407 N. State.

WOMAN'S PRESBYTERIAN SO-
CIETY FOR HOME MISSIONS-
369 Chicago av. Pres. Mrs. H. P. Mer-
riman; Rec. Sec. Mrs. George M. Eck-
els, ^313 Washington av.; Treas. Mrs.
John P. Yale.

WOMAN'S PRESBYTERIAN
BOARD OF MISSIONS OF THE
NORTHWEST 48 McCormick blk.
Meets every Friday morning at 10
o'clock. Pres. Mrs. H. D. Penfield,
2456 Prairie av.; Rec. Sec. Mrs. W. B.
Jacobs, Chicago; Treas. Mrs. C. B.
Farwell, 48 McCormick blk.

WOMAN'S TEMPERANCE
BUILDING ASSOCIATION-2I4 The
Temple. Pres. Mrs. Matilda B. Carse;
Sec. and Treas. George Manniere.

WOMEN'S BAPTIST HOME MIS-
SION SOCIETY 2411 Indiana av.
Pres. Mrs. J. N. Grouse; Cor. Sec. Miss
M.G. Burdette, 2411 Indiana av.; Treas.
Mrs. A. H. Barber, 3713 Langley av.

WOMEN'S BAPTIST HOME MIS-
SION UNION 2411 Indiana av. Pres.
Mrs. Norman T. Cassette; Treas. Miss
Kittie F. Taylor; Sec. Mrs. Joseph
Bond.

WOMEN'S BAPTIST FOREIGN
MISSION QUARTERLY Pres. Mrs.
Galusha Anderson; V. Pres. Mrs. J. R.
Gow; Treas. Miss Mary W. Ranney,
122 Wabash av.

WOMEN'S BAPTIST FOREIGN
MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF THE
WEST-I22 Wabash av. Pres. Mrs.
L. Everingham; Rec. Sec. Mrs. E. W.
Brayman; Treas. Miss Mary W. Ran-
ney.

WOMEN'S FOREIGN MISSION-
ARY SOCIETY of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, Northwestern
Branch Meets 2d and 4th Fridays at
^7 Washington. Headquarters, 114
Dearborn av. Pres. Mrs. I. R. Hitt:
Cor. Sec. Mrs. F. P. Crandon; Rec.
Sec. Mrs. W. H. Henkle.



WOODLAWN MATINEE MUSI-
CALE. Seep. 468.

WOODLAWN PARK CLUB
Woodlawn av. cor 64th. See p. 469.

WORKING WOMAN'S HOME
ASSOCIATION 21 S. Peoria. Pres.
Andrew Chaiser; V. Pres. Dr. Odelia
Blinn; 2d V. Pres. Lewis Melander ; Sec.
Mrs. R.A.Emmons;Treas.Geo. P. Bay;
Auditor, Frank E. Brown; Manager
Home, Laura G. Fixen.

WYANDOT TENNIS CLUB-Su-
perior and Pine. Pres. Robt. F.
Shonklin; V. Pres; Miss Helen Jones;
Capt. Louis V. LeMoyne; Treas. Will-
iam A. McLaren; Sec. John A. Ryer-
son.

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN AS-
SOCIATION General office, i-i?5
Lasalle. Pres. John V. Farwell jr.;
Treas. James L. Houghteling; Gen.
Sec. L. Wilbur Messer; Asst. Gen.
Sec. W. T. Hart. Central Dept. 1^3-15^
Lasalle. Chairman, H. M. Hubb'ard";
Dept. Sec. Daniel Sloan. West Side
Dept. 542 W. Monroe, Chairman, J. W.
Hedenburg; Dept. Sec. A. D. Mackey.
Ravenswood Dept. 610 Wilson av.
Ravenswood. Chairman, R. J. Bennett;
Dept. Sec. H. W. Mixsell. Pullman
Dent. Pullman, 111., Chairman, A. S.
DeWitt; South Chicago Dept. 2^0
Ninety-second, Chairman, A. L. Black-
wood, M.D.; Dept. Sec. H. M. Finch.
Kinzie St. Railway Dept. 17 W. Kinzie,
Chairman, E. H. Duff; Dept. Sec.
Wm. Cook. Garfield Boul. R.R. Dept.
Garfield boul. and Shields av. Chair-
man, A. H. Somers; Dept. Sec. O. A.
Young. German Dept. 758 Larrabee,
Chairman, A. Kurz; Dept. Sec. L. A.
Horlacher. Intercollegiate Dept. 542
W. Monroe, Chairman. H. R. Miner;
Dept. Sec. J. L. Maltby.

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN AS-
SOCIATION Evanston, 1376 Sher-
man av. open daily 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Sundays 3 to 5 p. m. Gen. Sec. Wm.
Boyd.

YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN
ASSOCIATION 291. Michigan av.
Pres. Mrs. Leander Stone; Treas. Miss
M. E. True; Rec. Sec. Mrs. A. S. Cham-
berlin; Supt. Employment Bureau,
Mrs. A. L. Fitch; Supt. Boarding
House (288 Michigan av.) Mrs. H. W.
Lafayette.



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I Mr. & Mrs. Henry A. Rust 24

i Miss Mary C. Rust 24

1 Mr. & Mrs. James W. Johnston 24

2 Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Bliven 24

Receiving day Tuesday 24

3 Mr.& Mrs.Thomas Brown jr.& dr. 25

3 Everett C. Brown 25

4 Mrs. Henry E. Meleney & dr. 25

Receiving day Monday 26

4 George B. Meleney 26

4 Miss Katharine C. Innis 26

5 Mr. & Mrs. Wm. A. Moulton 26

6 Mr. & Mrs. Thos. E. Milchrist & 26

drs. 26

6 Wm. A. Milchrist 27

7 Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Hildreth 27

7 Miss Grace Chappelle 28

8 Mr. & Mrs. Alex. P. Moore 30
8 Clarence E. Moore 31

8 Mr. & Mrs. John S. Sargent 31

9 Mrs. R. H. Kelly 32
9 Mrs. A. W. Freeman

9 L. H. Freeman 32

10 Mr. & Mrs. Geo. R. Walker 32

10 Mr. & Mrs. Samuel K. Dow 34

11 Mr. & Mrs. Henry C. F. Zeiss 34

12 Mr. & Mrs. John W. Marsh & dr. 35

12 John P. Marsh 36

13 Mr. & Mrs. S. B. Gafford & dr. 36

14 Mr. & Mrs. Tho. E. Aspden & 37

drs. 37

14 William Aspden 37

15 Mr. & Mrs. Abner Smith 37

16 Mr. & Mrs. Frank P. Waters 38

17 Mr. & Mrs. Daniel C. Osmun 38

18 Mrs. E. C. Bassett 41

Receiving day Friday 41

18 Miss Sara Horton 41

19 Mr. & Mrs. Thos. Cadwallader 41

20 Dr. & Mrs. Charles F. Bassett 41

21 Rev. & Mrs. Wm. White WilSon 41

Receiving day Monday 41

21 Louis W. Wilson 42

21 Miss Elizabeth Wilson 42

22 Mr. & Mrs. Sidney M. Jenkins 42

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Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Forbes
George S. Forbes
Allen B. Forbes
Robert R. Forbes
John A. Forbes
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Hatch
Edwin H. Hatch
Luelus J. Enn ; ,
J. Montgomery Johnston
Miss Victoria M. Johnston
Miss Agnes E. Johnston
J. Frank Johnston
Fred. H. Johnston
Mrs. Joseph H. Hall
Mr. & Mrs. John H. Purdy
Charles S. Purdy
James P. Black

Mr. & Mrs. Edward A. Mulford
Mr. & Mrs. John D. Parker
John Wills

Mr.& Mrs.Augustus O. Hall & dr.
Receiving day Tuesday
William A. Hall
Newman G. Hall
Mr.&Mrs.JosephW.Helmer&drs
Harry Helmer

Mr. & Mrs. Alonzo Blossom & dr.
Mr. & Mrs. Mifflin E. Bell & drs.
Miss Anna Van Hoff
Mr. & Mrs. William S. Jackson
William C. Jackson
Arthur S. Jackson
Harry H. Jackson
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. G. Jerrems dr.
Arthur W. Jerrems
Mrs. Myrtle W. Thayer & dr.
Mrs. Myrtilla Wilkins
Mrs. May W. Arms
Frank D. Arms
Charles H. Wilkins
Edwin P. Wilkins
William A. Wilkins
Mr. & Mrs. H. D. Smith
George B. Smith
Harry B, Smith



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4117 Mr. & Mrs. H. A. Shourds
4119 Mrs. P. A. Barton & dr.
4119 Jesse B. Barton
4121 Mr. Mrs. Charles D. Steele
4125 Mr. & Mrs. John P. Neal

Receiving day Thursday
4131 Mr. & Mrs. J. C. Thurston
4133 Mr. & Mrs. O. A. Skinner
4143 Mr. & Mrs. Albert Steinke
4149 Mr. & Mrs. W. B. Greene
4159 Mr. & Mrs. Albert B. Porter
4161 Dr. & Mrs. W. A. Fisher
4167 Mr. & Mrs. George G.Yeomans
4169 Mr.& Mrs.Frederick W.Becker

Receiving day Wednesday
4227 Mr. & Mrs. J. W. Simmons
4311 Dr. & Mrs. Chas. F. Wright
4311 G. B. Brigham
4315 Mr. & Mrs. James H. Teller
4317 Mr. & Mrs. Henry A. Pope
4319 Mrs. M. E. Magee & dr.
4319 George Magee
4321 Mr. & Mrs. L. D. Wright
4323 Mrs. Margaret Turner
4325 Mr. & Mrs. John S. Palmer
4327 Mr. & Mrs. I. T. Hartz
4329 Mr. & Mrs. A. B. Sloan
4331 Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Schiller
4335 Mr. & Mrs. E. H. Griffiths
4337 Mr. & Mrs. J. W. Simpson
4343 Mr. & Mrs. Reuben Wright
4343 G. E. Robins
4347 Mr. & Mrs. L. B. Converse
4353 Mr. & Mrs. H. E. Adams
4353 Mr. & Mrs. W. H. Shellman
4355 Mr. & Mrs. Palmer L. Randall
4359 Mr. & Mrs. E. A. Calkins
4401 Dr. & Mrs. Albert S. Gray
4405 Mr. & Mrs. D. Alexander
4405 Mr. & Mrs. John W. Ayers
4409 Mr. & Mrs. Louis Heilprin
4411 Mr. & Mrs. Edward Rector
4413 Harry Wilkinson
4413 Miss J. P. Wilkinson
4415 Mr. & Mrs. Hamlin M. Spiegel
4417 Willis V. Myers
4425 Mrs. A. M. Topping & drs.
4429 Mr. & Mrs. M. E. Mead
4429 Mrs. E. L. Olmstead
4431 Mr. & Mrs. S. H. Kahn & dr.
4433 Mr. & Mrs. W. W. Gill & dr.

Receiving day Thursday
4433 Mr. & Mrs. F. W. Millar

Receiving day Thursday



4120 Mr. & Mrs. Edgar A. Gardner

4120 Mr. & Mrs. W. H. Batterson

4122 Mrs. Celia Karatosky

4126 Mr. & Mrs. W. B. Hibbard

4126 Mr. & Mrs. M. A. Ford

4128 Dr. E. R. Carpenter

4128 Mr. & Mrs. W. P. J. DeLand

4130 Mr. & Mrs. C. P. Boorn

4130 W. C. Boorn

4132 Mr. & Mrs. Julius Hunt

4138 Mr. & Mrs. J. S. Putney

4140 Mrs. C. Webster

4140 Mr. & Mrs. Henry Lawrie

4140 William Lawrie

4142 Mr. & Mrs. R. G. Mullen

4144 Mr. & Mrs. D wight N. Howe

Receiving day Wednesday
4146 Mr. & Mrs. L. B. "Shephard
4146 Mr. & Mrs. John A. Fulton
4148 Mr.& Mrs. Orson E. Merrill
4148 Henry H. Merrill
4150 Mr. & Mrs. Byron D. Adsit
4154 Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Laib
4154 Mrs. P. Frank
4154 Mr. & Mrs. A. Wettengel
4156 Mrs. Mary M. Hill
4156 John H. Hill
4200 Mr. & Mrs. C. J. Horton
4200 Dr. & Mrs. Winthrop Girling
4200 Mr. & Mrs. S. H. Peabody & dr.
Receiving day Friday
4200 Mr. & Mrs. George W. DeMaid
Receiving day Tuesday
4202 Mr. & Mrs. J. H. Farwell
4202 J. Charles Farwell
4206 Mr. & Mrs. Charles T.Williams
4206 Dr. Wm. Carver Williams
4206 Day Williams
4206> Mr. & Mrs. Geo. N. Pogue
4208 Mrs. M. J. Maxwell
4210 Mrs. Mary S. Foulke
4210 Mr. & Mrs. Fred. H. Sammis
4212 Mr. & Mrs. C. C. Russell
4214 Mr. & Mrs. E. P. Foreman
4216 Mr. & Mrs. G. A. Douglass
4216 Leonard B. Douglass
4216 F. A. Ingalls
4216 Morton A. Hosford
4222 Mr. & Mrs. C. B. Holmes
4222 Mrs. E. H. Osborn
4222 Mrs. M. E. Ellsworth
4222 Miss Eva H. Brodlique
4314 Mr. & Mrs. C. B. Rule
4314 Mr. & Mrs. W. R. H. Crump



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4435 Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Preston

Receiving day Thursday
4441 Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. Dodg-

shun
4443 Rev. & Mrs. L. A. Crandall &

dr.

4443 B. V. Bruce

4453 Mr. & Mrs. Carlos C. W. Platt
4453 Mr. & Mrs. C. M. Nichols
4455 Rev. & Mrs. John P. Hale
4455 Mr. & Mrs. J. N. Hobb
4455 Mr. & Mrs. W. P. Elliott



4416 Mr. & Mrs. W. H. Sills
4422 Mr. & Mrs. S. Ostheimer
4424 Mr. & Mrs. J. L. Barclay
4426 Mr. & Mrs. Wm. H. Cooper
4430 Mr. & Mrs. A. C. Hooke
4432 Mr. & Mrs. Marc S. Holmes
4434 Mr. & Mrs. Frank Reed
4436 Mr. & Mrs. George F. Schilling
4438 Mr. & Mrs. William J. Thome
4438 Arthur W. Hardy
4438 Dr. & Mrs. I. A. Freeman
4440 Mr. & Mrs. Henry Eddy
4440 Mr. & Mrs. S. Wolf
4440 Mrs. F. F. Engle
4442 Mr. & Mrs. George E. Marcy
4444 Mr. & Mrs. Albert H. Meads
4446 Mr. & Mrs. Henry H. Windsor
4450 Mr. & Mrs. R. Delos Martyn

Receiving day Friday
4456 Mr. & Mrs. Clift B. Wise
4460 Dr. & Mrs. Charles E. Kurtz
4460 Mr. & Mrs. J. R. Peachy