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The Plymouth Clothing Ho\ise, Sixth and Nicollet.
l PROCESS (our own patent) is M
a thousand pairs of shears cut
the coffee into small granules of uni
form sire and a current of air carries off all
the chaff, dust and impurities which remain
in all ground coffees.
One advantageeach granule yields all
its flavor quickly and uniformly no over
cooking of th small pieces or under cook
ing of the large pieces, as when coffee is
ground in the ordinary mill.
Sixteen little pages of coffee wisdom sent
free. Address Minneapolis office of
BAKER & CO.
STEEL CUT COFFEE
Sold in 1 lb. and 2 lb.'canisters
bv 5tll leading trrocers. '-.,-
The Tyfold Collar
, , . Cluett Brand, 25c each
Arrow Brand, 15c straight
Cluett, Peabody & Co.
Telegrap h Compan y
A patented invisible tie-hold
opening keeps the tie in place
it cannot slip up or down or
from side to side you don t see
the opening when tie is adjusted.
Different heights tofitall necks.
Quarter sizes if you want *em.
(ORGANIZED IN 1886)' c,i
Continues to furnish the same
efficient service that has imadf)
the venture a f &*
Nelson's Millinery Opening
Tuesda y and Wednesday , Marc h 3 1 and Apri l I.
Nelson's, 726 Nicollet Av. and 429 Cedar Av.
Wednesday and Thursday are important in the calendar '
of spring and Easter preparations, for then we present to
the public an exquisite collection of imported modefefrom
the most renowned artists, Georgette, Virot, Crozet,
/ - I&ison, Carlies, Camille Roger, Ester Meyer, "
Heitz Bdyer, Caroline Reboux, with the most
charming creations of our own designers, en- '
bodying the features of striking originality and
exclusiveness expected in the productions of
this house. A cordial imvitation is extended to
you all t o visit our finely appointed showrooms
-Wednesday and Thursday, April 1st and 2d,
1903. An entirely new and special feature
will be our mourning display. -^second Floor.
Ladies* Hosiery Sale
The new Spring Hosiery is more beautiful
than ever, "and never has there been so great a
demand for fancy hosiery as at the present
time , our stock is complete, and ^represents the
extreme of style as well as the1
Tomorrow, Tuesday, we place on sale a hand
some line of hand embroidered hoseall the
colors and patterns, together with a line of silk
. . plated lace hose, all $1.75 and $2.00 rvo
qualities at . . . ..'" . ^yf* . "5C
Beautiful lace lisle embroidered and faticy pat
terns in lisle and silk finished hose, $1 quality ^frCI
A beautiful line of
patterns fine lisle, best 75c quality, Tuesday *5w)C
Our$3.SO Shoes lor
We've mad* a reputation on
our Men's $3150, Shoes., Al
ways tb largtst variety, new
esis and best fitting lasts and
cfeeidedly longest wearing, of
any $3.50 shoes mada^ .
307 Nicollet Avenue.
rblack lace hose, several -% c /
We beg to announce
the arrival of our
Spring Styles and
Effects in Parisian,
London and New
A Cordial Invitation
Just Received mm
Some new vici kid and light
weight box calf lace for
spring and summer wear.
Excellent styles, perfect fi4-.
ting lasts.and new patterns.
Our new Patent Colt Blucher
with monkey top is the nob
biest shoe in town for - rw,
On Main- Floor.
Annual Dinner of -th% Yale Alumni
. at the Minneapolis Club This
President A. T . Hadley of Yale college
and Mrs! Hadiey arrived Saturday and are
the guests of Mr.- and Mrs. qharles Cran
ston Bovey on IJarmon place. They have
been the guests of honor at a number of
pleasant informal affairs at which the
Minneapolis Tale men and their Wives
have been griveri a.n. opportunity . tb meet
the head of trteir college. - --
This afternoon - Mrs. Crosby of 624
Tenth street S gave a prettily appointed
luncheon for Mrs, Hadley. Mrs.,...William
Sallmon, the bride, of President Sallmon.
of Carleton college, Northfleld, shared the
honors wjth Mrs. Haiiley, and tha^ucsts
were a group of the younger women,
wives of Yale men . Pink roses decked
the table and American Beau ty roses and
lilies were arranged in the drawing-room.
The guests were Mmes. Hadley, Sallmon,
F/rank.lln Crosby, John Crosby,. Prpston
Ki'tfgv' Charles \Cranston Bovey , ^Edward
C Gale, Georges Chase ChriSfcian/
A group of the Yale men entertained at
luncheon at the MhjneapdUs,, club for
President Hadley this afternoon, and this
evening he will be the guest of honor at
the annual dinnef^o&the Yale alumni of
Minnesota at the Minneapolis club.
', I^ast eyening 3^./^ndK.Mrs. 0eorge Ij.
President' anfr' Mj^s. "Hadley, receiving a
small group Oj |h^.^lfe men, and- their
wives. ' "'-''*'- - -:
Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs . Bovey
had an informal gathering. A feature of
the evening wa S cfrie of* the clever negro
impersonation^ by'Miss Nannie Barbee of
Danville, Ky. Assisting Mr. and Mris.
Boyey were Mrn^s. John Crosby, C. ,C,
-Webber, .Thomas, / Roberta* ":
Gale, J . R. Vanderlip, E . F . Elliott and
Miss Bovey. +.,. ..:'
Miss Roweha Pattee lias cards out for
an informal affaij? which will be given
Saturday altergbga at her home on Fifth
street SE , T.
The Phi Delta Ph i fraternity had a din
ner at' the Rathskeller - cafe Saturday
evening. Roses afid carnations "decked
the tables. Th e toasts were as follows:
"Phi Delta Phi in the East," F . C. Easter
ly "The Art of Fussing," W . W . Thorpe
"The Faculty," R. J . Powell "The Days
That Ar e Passing ," E d Freeman"Ph i
-Delta Ph i j n Athletics." E d Rogers "A n
'Ane.cdp.te," Jay A Kennicott "The Se-,
niofs/' " Gustav sfehbliei, "JEne
Charted S. Albert."' '
Saturday Miss Florence Hale enter
tained ten guests at a breakfast for Miss
Mell Brackett, who has recently returned
from an ^extended visit in Milwaukee and
who is Miss Hale's guest unjttl Wednes
day, when Mr. and Mrs". ChaT'les Brack
ett will return from Palm Beach. A
dwarf orange tree decorated the table for
the breakfast and all. the appointments
were in orange. Daffodils and tulips
were arranged in the -^pario^ss---
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The Saltarclla club, composed of young
people of SunriySHJeT 'closed its series of
twelve parties with a charming reception
at the residence s*|ftfa-s.,jJ. M. Griffith,
2220 IIsfcuwpt ajyeifueP^atiirday evening.
The ffeatu^l of me- prdferanj wjas a "cotil
lion c$s fleurs*1
Miss Ethel Malcolm. A Unique figure was
fe, floral tale of Ipve. Garlands were used
in another figured and all of 'the forms
itfer'e-' of flowers: ' Between the figures
4eneviev Griffith, danced L a Tyrolean
fend a flag dance, and Mary Sttirer and
feenevieve Griffith gave La- Carmencita,
la Spanish danoe .. Those present were
TOisses Edna Williams, Lillian Lovejoy,
Alice Dalrymple, Helen Hobar,t. Florence
"Wright, Marjorie Thayer, Hazel Ronners,
Grace Fertig, Josephine Norris , Laraine
Norris, Ma y KinUel, Myrtle Smith, Fay
Kent, Florence Xavayea, Florence Mur
ray, Katherine Storer, Ma y Storer, Mary
Jones, Rachel Sherwood, Inez Kingston,
Genevieve Griffith, Florence Earl. Olive
Earl. Frances Ball, Messrs.'Earl Hedderr-
ly, Vernon Margin, Archie Riddell, Walter
Earl, Wilbur Hoppin, Vernon Smith,
George Heinrich, Joseph Griffith. Frank,:
Conklin, Will Whitmore, Paul Jumper
George Storer, Clinton Rorwish, Robert.
Cook, George Lavayra, Hugh Pye , Gu y
Johnson, , Be n Cochran, Jack Payne, John
Kinkel, Newell Storms, Robert Stormer-S,,
Lester Phelps, Arthur Capplin, Oscar Kin-,
nard. Re n Shaw, James Lovejoy. Mrs .
H.- W . Malcolm presided at the piano.
Mr. and Mrs.' George Carson were
guests of honor at the dinner of twelve
covers which was given Saturday evening
by Mrs. L. H . Caswell of Columbus ave
nue. American Beauty roses furnished
the tableTlecorations. Mrs. Henry .GJer.t-
sen gave a .dinner Friday evening forth e
bridal couple. Red carnations and ferns
were the table flowers and covers were
laid for twelve. Mrs. Carson entertained
sixteen young women Thursday evening.
A, musical program was followed by a.
dufeltsuppetV Mfs, Frank Billiter-ahd
Miss Ma y Dockery assisted Mrs Carson.
Friday evening Edwin Northr up of 1900
Emerson avenue entertained sixty young
people at a dancing party in honor of his
birthday anniversary. Re d carnations
and shaded lights were the decorations.
Misses Sadie Northr up and Mary Terrey
assisted in receiving and frappeh was
served in green bower by little Jessaline
Northrup. A program of twelve numbers
was piayen ^,na tY\e aa^ce caras repre
sented American Beauty roses. After the
program a buffet supper was#erved.
Mr. and Mrs. A- d- Doremus gave a re -
ception Friday evening at their home, 2217
Butler place. Th e guests of honor were
Mr. and Mrs. H . Q. Doremus who were re
cently married. Mrs. Doremus was Miss
Bessie Cobine of L a Crosse, Wis., and Mr.
Doremus is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs .
A. J . Doremus. Th e rooms were beauti
fied with pink and white carnations.
Amo ng the guests were Misses Alice Co
bine, L a (Crosse, Mayme Mahoney, Char
lotte Abram s, -Rinaldo. Emma- Gillette,
Nellie Handy, Lillian Bates, D e Remee,
Gertrude Parks of St. Paul, Wise, Lillian
Roberts, Nevins, Goldie Gelette, Nina
Dyre, Laurel Doremus, M. S. Cole Messrv
George Gage, Paul Bates, George-Burke.
John Lyons, M. McGonagle, C. Knutson.
Earnest Bates, Edward Lewis, William P .
Olstad, Walter Fleck Messrs and Mes -
dam es Whi^e-wkagC^.Garrette Mrs. Gillette.
Mrs. Oscar Lonegren of Duluth was the
guest of' Honor* At- a card, party .Friday
evening which was given by Mrs. W.~W.
,Tuller of 3H 2 Elliott avenue. Pink car
nations and ferns made" the rooms attract
ive. After the gam es supper was served
and covers were laid for twelve. ^
Miss Kreeta Tuesla,. aiid Niklas Wahl
roos were marnied Saturday evening a t the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Lane on'Cedar ave
nus. ' Rev. John S. Rod, read the serv
ice in the presence of a large group of
friends and a, supper. jfoUpwed. ,\ Mr. and
Mrs. Wahlroos will make their home in
the city-,,, !!-,-
Miss Sarah Knapp and Charles
were quietly married Saturday morning
at the home ot the officiating minister,
Rev. John S. Rood. ^he,r~servic.e
ness ed by. a email gttrapr
and Mrs. Mayfo'wlll! make their hom\e at
&14 Cetfir a'ViuV.
l^arrged andiaifected by
lust at a time, too, when these dainty, desirable fa-
brics are so much in demand. What we offer yon
Tuesday is a collection unexcelled, unduplicable, of
the season's swellest, latest, most wanted crea-
tions at prices known only inside the doors of this
"Store of Stores." The range of values is great,
and if you'd get the best, take an early car
there'll be no reserves.
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was-wit. of frfcynds. Mr
Printed Scotch Madras
Firie 32-inch fabrics, neat designs on
white groundsgood 19 _- f
cetrtsr valuff^' Special _M,^tt
Swiss Mousseline Brodee
Fine sheer fabrics, rich embroidered
effects, artistie designs, *M ^%"j - ^
dainty colorings cheap T ^^Pg%mm
at 25c, one day. Yard "?*?'
Silk Embroidered Plisse
Embroidered French Swisses, Im
ported Silk and Linen Hemstitched
and Embroidered Noveltiesbeauti
ful and artistic conceits, 4fa%
value straight to $1.25,
a snap at, per yard ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
EVANS, MUMZER, PICKERING A CO.
?.-- *, Gallery
Best S3 Sliibes
--"v-. - LUxury of Walking.
/: Never mind what old fashioned people tell you,
Style and comfort CAN live together in a pair of
.shoes.. The "Dorothy Dodd" proves it. They
are the utmst height of style they are shoes
of genuine distinction.
You long to walk for the pleasure of walking
I t holds the foot firmly- around the instep
and supports the nsupported arch.
gives anew poise to the body in walking.
Ybiftr carriage, is more light and
Let us fit.your foot and you'll
surely, give them a trial.
:- ? '*P.^ A few specials at
The Piymbxith Clothing House, Sixth and Nicollet
Correct dress for men, women and children.
A FAMOUS 0EATOR
George R. Wendllng to Speak In the Y.of
M. C. A. Course Next Monday
^The-lajst entertainment in the T . M. C.
A. popular.^ entertainment course will be
given Monday 'evening, April 6, in Asso-
A. REINER, The Furrier,
WILL B E OPEN FOR BUSINESS APRIL 1st, . , -
~ -. IN HI S NEW LOCATION,
701 Hennepin Av, cor. 7th St.
Have the best facilities for storing your furs. We insure against
burglary, fire and moths. We call for your furs. First-class
work. The same moderate prices will prevail. - All orders
, .placed now will be taken at summer prices. -
250 I PER kat LB.baf
SOW NOW FOR. BEST RESULTS ^
AND WATCH THE GRASS GROW:-^
1 lb. Covers 400 Square Feet^\^Lk5 **
CATALOGUE I.I. Ml A\f o Ml ST. PAUL
DARK I AWN SEED
LL MA Y SC
INew ^SfKa S-tyljpss,
ciation hall. I t will be in the form of an
oration by George R. Wendling on "The
Man of Gallilee." Mr, Wendllng is one
the greatest of living American- speak-
ers, and this is one of his best orations.
Mr. Wendling has been heard in Minne
apolis befoi-e with great satisfaction. The
late Professor David Swing counted In -
gersoll. Cook and Wendling as the three
great speakers of the time.
Fantaisie Silk Tissue
Beautiful fine silky fabrics, in just
the latest, daintiest, swellest styles
and color effects, al
ways 50 cents this sale,
Hemstitched and silk embroidered
Tissues, beautiful creations
looms worth 50c per
Silk mercerized Oxfords, just the lat
est, swellest waist materials &
collection of newest
weaves special showing
for this sale at, yard ...
26 Ui 31 S. Flttl $1
DU A . Valley Creamery, belt
OUIl6r mad. half gallon Jars..
I 9 M 4 country rendered,
Miplt 5IK&I Per pound.
p.,.,.. best Granu
OUgai 19 pounds.
FlmiP fiabbage^80""^... 8pions pec
Brapa Fruit IS
Bload Oranges ll
Satin, 98-pouad sacks VliV
Navel Orangai per aozen:::
Marmalad e l^":.
Marasthino Cherries?o t 72c
Tomatoes Telephone Peas *
rilineS 10 pounds
asj-^-l.^^ Fancy evaporated,
OaIV IfUnM l per bottle
Mast Whiskey i^e'botueS 75c
CrSpe JUISO guartbottles' 38c
VVnlSKey full quarts
- - "-uryland's famous t
. ful quarts )!
09p 10 large bars
A I BU Superior quality,
Port Win e S^l^^SI.OO
Celery Compoun d ?,rag
lif LUL.u Old Crowl.
D | | QAAP Made from best Bo
Urn U s DCCI hemtanhops,** Bft
per case WaXawlf
Sirloin Steak, per lb' H e
Pot Roast Beef. best, per lb Se
Rib Corned Beef, per lb 3c
Plate Boiling Beef, per lb 4c
Swift's Hams, per lb 15c
Beef Tongue, per lb 15c
Sauer Kraut, per q t So
Standard Oysters, per q t 30c
Fancy tblo skinned,
IN OPEN GROUND i:f
have 30 varieties to select from.
cannot cheat the grass out of its
board. "I t will tell on you later."
"STERLINQ" LAWN SfiEDi X
^The kind that produces a rich, green
sward, free from weeds.
Practical advice as to "How to Plant"
given free at our up-town retail store.
Complete catalogue for the asking.
Northrup, King & Co.,
714 NICOLLET AVE .
Te 9t 9s