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A Great Sacrifice Sale of
Linen and Lawn Waists
Greatest Bargains we have ever offered.
It will pay you to be on hand early.
We place on sale our entire stock of dainty "White
Waistsall our exquisite French Hand Made Waists
all our beautiful Hand Embroidered Waistsall our
Shirts and Tailor Made Waists(we except two num
bers of Tailor Shirt Waistsof which we are keeping
up 6Ur assortment of sizes)Conveniently arranged
for vour choosing as follows
"$4.00, $3.50, $3.00 Waists at $1.98
$4.75, $4.00, $3.50 Waists at $2.98
$6.00, $5.75, $5.00 Waists at $3,98
$8.75, $8.00, $7.50, $6.50 Waists at $4.98
$11.50, $10.50, $10.00 Waists at $5.98
$12.50, $11.50, $10.00 Waists at $6.98
All our extreme novelties in French Hand Made Waists
at equal reductionsNothing reserved.
Silk Shirt Waist Smits
A delayed shipment of about twenty handsome Silk
Suitsmade specially to our order for last Saturday's
saleArrived too lateWill be offered Monday morn-
ingThey are choice values in golden brown, French
blue and blackRegular value $25.00- /ft f\f\
While they last Tuesday OUU
We advise those wishing a Tailor SuitLinen Gown
Silk Shirt Waist SuitSeparate Skirt or Rain Coat
to take advantage of our clearance saleWe are offer
ing wonderful values
In OUT Finr MaemfaictiuiHinig Department
Under the supervision of Mr. Peter Schlampp, we will
make to order, remodel and redye
All Kinds of Fur Oarmnieinits
At greatly reduced prices during the summer months.
5A? Nicollet Avenue,
A A A. A..A. A.. A A.. A. A. A. A A.^. A^A^lk^A^^A.^.^.^
Hotel Somerset, Boston.
Boston's Newest and Most Palatial Hotel.
While delightfully situated at entrance to Park and Fenway, and absolutely open
and h'aving unobstructed air and view on all'sides, the "Somerset" is only ten imp-
utes from Railway Stations, Theatres and Shops. The ideal stopping off" place
for families and tourists on route to and from the Mountains and Seashore.
Open Air Restaurant. Alfred S. Amer, Manager.
SEND FOR BOOKLET.
Thv TOUCH the
Genuine Wrapper Printed on
RED PAPER BLACK LETTERS
fiiOoK for the 61tfnture
What''s to be seen at the
St. Louis Fair?
EVERYTHING from EVERY-
machinery of all kinds and for all
sorts of purposes strange people
from the four corners of the globe.
EVERYTHING from EVERY
WHERE. You can't afford to miss it.
Only a Night's Ride from
the Twin Cities
via the Rock Island System,
duced rates in effect daily
Tickets at offices of connecting lines
322 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis
A. L. Steece. City Passenger Agent.
W. L. HATHAWAY,
Dist Pasa'r Agent, Minneapolis.
Genuine CARTER'S LITTLE LIYER PILLS must bear
Fac-simile Signature of
Miss Minnie Levering and A. Farr
of South Africa, whose marriage will talce
place Wednesday, were guests of honor at
a charmingly appointed dinner Saturday
evening, when Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M.
Levering entertained at their home, 2417
West Twenty-first street. Sweet peas
were the blossoms used for decorations in
the diningroorri, and a large cluster of
the flowers tied with tulle was in the
center of the table, with white tapers In
cutglass candlesticks. The bride's place
was designated by a cluster of the flowers.
Bowls and vases filled with nasturtiums
mingled with smllax lent a touch of color
in the parlors.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Abrams announce
the engagement of their daughter, Mae,
to Harry Giles, and of their son Sydney
to Miss Minnie Glassner, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. D. M. Glassner of Ironwood,
Mich. Mrs. Glassner and her daughter
are guests of Mr. anjj. Mrs. Abrams, and
Miss Glassner will remain for about two
Miss Hazel Smith entertained a gro'up
of school friends a luncheon Saturday
at the Dayton tearooms. A vase filled
with brilliant nasturtiums occupied the
center of the table, while strands of tulle
were drawn to the corners of the table
and knotted with the ferns. A each
end of the table were yellow tapers in
Miss Lola Jordan of Morrlstown, Ind.,
who is the guest of Mrs. B. B. Clement,
was delightfully entertained Friday eve
ning, when Mrs. A. Polley gave a
dinner in her honor at her home, 3107
Calhoun boulevard. A mound of sweet
peas graced the center of the table,1
roses were used in the parlors.^.Covers
were laid for ten.
Miss Mattie .Ryan,, whose marriage to
John Coleman will take place during the
month, was the guest of honor Tuesday
"tit a linen shower which was given by
the Misses An na and Ethel Smith, at their
home on Ninth avenue S. Th rooms
were decked with American Beauty roses,
carnations and smilax, while garlands of
red showed thru the green here and there.
Games furnished the amusement during
the evening, and light refreshments were
served at a late hour. Th guests num
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Thomcs, Jr., left last
evening for the east.
Miss Pearl Howell- is spending the month in.
St. Louis with relatives.
Mrs. Frank T. Heffeliftnirer and children left
last evening for the seashore.
Mr. tmrt Mrs. G. W. Murphy of New Orleans
are visiting Mrs. N. E. Jordan.
Miss Jean Wakeman left Saturday evening for
Hollywood, Cal., to be gone a month.
Dr. find Mrs. Arthur T. Mann, nee Orff, are
home from a wedding trip to Europe.
The Union Card club will meet with Mrs.
Tapiu. Sill Twelfth avenue fcfE, tomorrow.
Mrs. W. M. Murray and daughter, Florence,
have returned from a four weeks' visit iu the
MISM Mattie Ellery of Oakland,. Md., is visit
ing her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. G-. A'.
Mrs. Frederick Ayres of Indianapolis, Ind.,
is visiting her parents, Dr, and Mrs. Knute
Mrs. Samuel Johnston of the Virginia is spend
ing a few weeks at Asbury Park, N. J., with
Miss Henderson^ vi ho has been the guest of
Mrs. .W-. A. Willard, has returned .to her home
in New York.
The Enterprise Social club will meet in the
pavilion at Minnehaha Falls Thursday afternoon
at 2: ju o'clock.
Even Evenson of Drummond,.Wis., is visiting
his daughters, the Misses Anna' and Mina Even
son, in the city before leaving for Norway.
Miss Margaret Itiheldaffer and Miss Bessie
Murray will leave tomorrow for a week's outing
with Miss Anna Puffer at New Paynesville,
Mr. and Mrs. It. Huntington Woodbury of
Brooklyn, N. Y., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.
J. Westluke of Second avenue S, on their way.
home from a three weeks' outing at Banff and
the Canadian Kockies.
Minneapolis people at New York hotels are as
follows: Spalding, V. J. Amluxen Union Square,
V. G. Holbrook Holland, \V. J. Murphy Im
perial, H. E. Hughesj Herald Square, C. E.
Sharon, V. O. Williams Albert, A. Hyman. Du
luth, Manhattan, L. H. Hurd.
Mrs. A. H. Linton of Park avenue Is enter
taining Mr. Linton's sister, Miss Linton of Roch
ester, Pa., during the summer. Mrs. E. H.
Culver of Chicago, accompanied by Miss Culver,
Mrs. Charles W. Deane of Beresford, S. D., and
Mrs. (Jeorge W. itoyce of Hastings, Minn., are
also guests at the Linton home.
CLUBS AND CHARITIES
W. C. T. U., parlor meeting, Mrs. L.
Palmer, 2611 Polk street NE.
Writers' league, 419 Medical block, eve
Lucy Hayes W C. T. U., Miniiehawa
TuesdayJames Bryant W R. Nic
ollet avenue and Lake street hall,
Women Want Parks.
The' women of both Mehomonje and
Racine, Wis., have taken decided step3
toward arranging parks for their. cities.
In Menomonie "the city officials did not
take any steps to provide a suitable park,
and the women of the town, learning that
a corporation can hold lands as trustee
for the public without taxation, organized
the Menomonie Improvement association.
In this way the desirable land will be
preserved until such a time as it will be
wanted by tho officials.
The Woman's club of Racine has dis
cussed matters relating to a park and
has almost decided to improve some lands
now owned by the city and make them
serve the purpose of a pleasure ground.
A first it intended to buy the land itself
and make the city a present of it, and
it has subscribed $500, while three other
persons have signified their willingness to
give another $500.
Of Interest to Clubwomen.
According to a feminine' writer, the
work of the woman's club is threefold**
to educate its membe rs mentally .and mor
ally to create public opinion to secure
better conditions of life. Its worth, per
sonal and social, is in proportion to. Its
effectiveness in securing these ehds.
A Chicago clubwoman recently gave to
her club the following motto: ''There is
so mu ch that is bad in the best of us
and so much that is'good in the worst of
us that it doesn't behoove any of us.to
say anything about the rest of us."
Mrs. Mary E Hart of Nome is the
wom an commissioner to the St. Louis fair
from Alaska and the president of the most
northerly woman's club in the world.
This club is called Keogayah Kozga,
which means "Aurora Club," and has a
membership of 100. It was organized for
the study of Alaska folklore and the habits
and customs of the natives. Mrs. Hart
Is the adopted sister of Slmrock Mary, the
reindeer queen, the richest wom an In
New Club Officers.
The Woman's club of Springfield, Minn.,
has.chosen for its president Mrs. Martha
Anderson vice presidents, Mrs. D.
Sheffield and Mrs. A. Fredericksoii re
cording secretary, Miss' Clara Holger
corresponding secretary, Margaret Gam
ble treasurer, Mrs. W. M. Blackmun.
The new officers for the Twentieth
Century club of Owatonna are Mrs. W
H. Montgomery, president Mrs. E A
Brown, vice president Mrs. .S. T. Little
The Aristonian club of Sauk Rapids,
Minn., has elected the following officers:
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
Mrs. Grlmmjei^ ipresjd'ejpt. Mrs. Herrick,,
vice president*, ^Mlss *Arnold, recording
secretary Mrs. 'Fletcher, corresponding
secretary, and Mrs. Chilgren, treasurer.
The Woman's Study club of "BeSmet,
S. D., has elected as. president, Mrs. C.
S. Whiting secretary, Mrs. B. Green
treasurer, Mrs: ITFT' Alffilliscfr
The election of the Friday Afternoon
club of Manchester, Iowa, resulted as fol
lows: President, Mrs. N. Boynton
vice president, Mrs. George W. Hunt
secretary, Mrs. A. W Stearns treasurer,
Mrs. J. Allen.
Lucy Hayes W. C. -T. U. will celebrate its
twentieth anniversary tomorrow with an out
ing jjt Minnehaha. A picnic- luncheon wHl'be
served at 1 o'clock and at 3 o'clock Mrs. E. A.
Itussell will speak pt her recent trip to,, the
Mrs. L. T. Abbott -will entertain the ladies
of the Central Baptist church at a basket picnic
Wednesday, *t her summer home Bt Solberg's
Point, Minnetonka. iThe picnickers will take-, the
train which leaves.the St. Louis station at 9:15
A special literary and musical program is Be
ing arranged by Twentieth Century lodge, No. 7,.
I. O. G. T., for Riverside lodge, No. 304.'for this
evening, in Seven Corners hall. Twentieth Cen
tury lodge will hold" a basket social in Central
hall, 75 W Seventh street,. St. Paul, Friday eve
PICNICS AND SOCIALS
The Accountants and Bookkeepers' asr
soelation of the twin cities will hold their
annual outing Saturday, at Spring Park,
Lake Minnetonka leaving St.-Paul-by-
special train over- the Great Northern'
road a 12:15 p.m., and Minneapolis a
1 p.m. returning, leave Spring Park a
9 p.m. The commodious steamer Excel
sior has been chartered for an extended
tour of the lake, starting a 3 p.m.-
The Stewart Memorial Presbyterian
church will have its annual church and
Sunday school picnie a Roswell Park,'
Minnetonka, Wednesday. A program of
sports has been arranged. The train
leaves First avemie S and Twenty-nin th
street at 9 a.m.
Powderhorn court, No. 3433, and Com
panion Court and E 723, will give
an ice cream social, tomorrow evening
at Lake street and Park avenue. In case
of rain the social will be held the first
pleasant evening following.
St. Margaret's guild of St. Andrew's
church will have a social Wednesday
evening in the grove adjoining the Ar
cher residence, 1818 Duporit'avenue.N'.
"Natural flesh,,'.' "Brilliant -white,"
"Perfect Brunet'I are the irresistible
tints of Satin-Skin Face PoAvder.
If you are nervous or dyspeptic try.
Carter's Little JServe Pills. Dyspep
sia makes you nervous and nervous
ness makes you dyspepticeithe one
renders you miserable, and these lit
tle pills cure both.
WANT TO KNOW
By Marlon Alcott Prentice.
Treating Enlarged PoresWhat can be
done with the tiny red veiny on the
nose? is it possible, to reduce the Urge
pores caused by pressing out black
heads so the skin will' present its orig
inal appearance? If so, please tell me
It will require persistent effort and
considerable time to reduce the size or
enlarged pores caused by pressing out
blackheads, but if you will faithfully fol
low directions you will see a decided im
provement in two months perhaps less.
Friction, a complexion brush accom
panied by the liberal use of hot Water,
soap and an astringent lotion, are neces
sary to subdue enlarged pores. Distende'd
pores catch and hold an immense amount
of impurities so th.at unusual care must
be bestowed uponwashing the face for
all grime ''and* w&ste^ rilattef must be. erad
icated before rttiei^oris will 61ose- to the
normal size. Hastily closed, without suf
ficient purification, will surely result in
pimplesi Allow a east one-half hour
Hemstitched Swisses High
class 45-in. fabrics, waist,
skirt and dress
lengths, piece price
this season 49c yd.,
worth 25c. Tues
at..... CuspidorsPretty decorations, worth
25c, this time
fine cream Irish
worth 75c yd.
.3 and 4 button pearl
sets, always 25c,
Extra July Bargains100 doz.
Kimonos and Dressing Sacques
and Long Kimono Robes, latest
styles, ail sizes,
worth to $3.00
choice 98c, 69c,
each night before retiring to tre at the
face for the manipulation of the skin is
of paramount importance in effecting a
cure. With hot water and a bland soap
that his pure ma ke a thick lather and
rub well into the skin with the finger
tips, going.over the surface several times
and 'then wash off, using hot water.
Lather the complexion brush and gently
scrub the face, being particular to heach
up into, the edge of the'ha ir and over the
entire,neck. Wash off all soap in clear
water, !i then rinse the face thoroly in
cold water and dry with gentle friction.
Massage the face with the finger tips,
Still a Live
Do you know them thoroughly? Not merely by hear-
saynot merely by namenot merely by sight, but by
comparing them in taste, flavor and goodness with any
soda cracker you ever ate.
Do you know of their superior freshness, cleanliness and
purity as compared with the common soda crackers that
come in a paper bag?
Do you know of their perfect wholesomeness and
nutriment as compared with many of the every day articles
?of diet? Do you know of their perfect protection in an air
tight package that keeps out the dust, moisture and odors?
If you do not know all this,bu
"Pick-ups for Tuesday S S
lost now means a big hole in your purse later. Would?ntrlouJ
it be a good scheme to prohibit the possibility?
smaN it f
fine Dress Nets,
plain lace effects, polka dots
and stripes, 45-in^ wide and
have sold up
to $2.50 yard,
to close, Tues
All kinds of short
lengths, plain and
fancy silks, Foulards,Taffetas,
Louisines, etc. values straight
to $1.25 yard. If there is
anything in this
lot you want
Tues. to close..
MI iffuvN* patterns &
plenty of waist and skirt
lengths, plain or fancy suit
ings, desirable things that
have been up to
$1.98 a yard
and Arabian Cable Nets, all
full size curtains, value to
and.. Window Shades
Keep cool by
opaque-window shades,25c 50c
value at 25c arid
giving care to the parts effected wi,th en
larged pores then apply this astringent
lotion to the coarse pores, rubbing in
well. Mix thoroly one ounce of glycerine,
two ounces of elderflpwer water and two
drams of powdered alum. In the morn-'
ing wash off all traces of the loction,'
rinse in cold water and lastly add fifteen
drops of tinctur e' of benzoin to a point
of cold water and sponge the' face and
neck. This will act as a mild astringent'
and aid in whitening, the skin. While'iJ'i
is doubtful if the tiny red Veins oh hev'
nose can be wholly concealead the treat
ment prescribed will improve theh circu-
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Full sea ml ess
gauze and tan lisle
Ladies' Stockings, black with
ecru feet and tan fancies,
polka dot and lace effects
the usual 50c
to close 22c-ettectselac
also "CorsoVV and Umbrella
pants, all lace trimmed, just
a small lot of right now kinds
to close not a garment in the
lot but is a big
worth to close
ter loaded down with remnants
and short lengths, Cambric
Swiss and Nainsook Embroid
Edges, etc., former
prices 5c to 18c yd.,
to close Tuesday....
Blip* Great Mid Summer
illlga SaleFrench Wiltons,
Royal Wiltons and Axminsters
prices made low for quick sale.
Royal Wiltons, 9x12, $37.50
^d^0.^:.$27.5O ^dIt.5:al:.S24.00 Royal Wiltons, 8-3x10-6, $34
lation to such an extent that the color
will be gradually reduced to a normal
QUESTION FOR TOMORROW i
Proper Cleaslng of the Teeth1 am hav
ing a lot of trouble with my teeth and
have almost decided they are not nor
mal, they are so decayed between the
teeth and near the gum. Do you know
what would cau se such trouble and
how it could be helped?V. B. X.