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In Tailor Suit
That is the only word that applies to our offering
of about one hundred suits which we place on sale
Thursday morning They are the balance of our
late summer and advance fall purchases? including
all our high grade models in the best cloths.
The greater number are medium and heavy weights
most appropriate for present wear
All offered In four lots:
Includes Suits in cheviots,
Sicilians, fancy mixtures
and black, that have sold
at $35.00, $32.50, $30.00,
$27.50, $25.00 and $20.00.
Choice, while dQ
they last &y.yo
A wonderful lot.
Includes our high grade
and choice models, in
most desirable cloths
Panama, cheviot, serge,
checks and mixtures
black and most de
sirable shades regular
prices $65.00, $55.00, $50,
$40, $37.50, $35, $30 and
$25. They will be picked
up quickly, 1 2 QC
Lot 3 $19.95
Our best novelty effects,
not a large but a choice
lot. Our regular prices,
$75.00, $60.00, $50.00,
$45.00 and $35.00. They
will be picked
No sale goods sent on approval, exchanged, cred
ited, or money refunded.
A.small lotall our high
Art Novelties. Regular
price $75.00, $65.00 and
Patrons who have attended our
former sales will appreciate the
advisability of being one of the first.
Boarding and Day School
Also a splendidly equipped '','.~.x.-:.v
Conservatory of Music-, Art, Oratory and 'Dramatic Art
Under the Direction of
PROP. WM. M. CROSSE (Music) MISS L. QRACB WOODWARD (Art)
MISS HELEN BEHOLDEN (Oratory)
Special Pupils Received in All Departments. Boys Received la ower Grades.
For Catalogues Address Miss Olive Adele Evers, Principal.
Genuine CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILES must bear
Fac-simile Signature of
The TOUCH the LJV
Genuine Wrapper Printed on
RED PAPER BLACK LETTER^.
taofc for the Signature
Miss Marion Colby has chosen Tues
day, Oct. 11, as the day for her mar
riage to Clinton Hancock Miller of
The wedding of Miss Mae Abrams
and Harry W. Giles has been set for
Tuesday evening, Sept. 27, when it will
take place at the home'of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Abrams, 1807
Third avenue S. Miss Abrams will have
Miss Bertha Lowy for her maid of
honor, and Sidney Abrams will act as
Mrs. Charles H. Hood will entertain
at luncheon tomorrow for Mrs. George
Price Case. Mr. and Mrs. Case are still
at the lake, and when they come to the
city they will occupy an apartment in
the Imperial. Mrs. Case, it will be re
membered, was Miss Elizabeth Calder
wood, and her marriage to Mr. Case
took place earlv in the summer in New
Lafayette Lamb's houseboat, the
Idler, with the steam tender, the
Wanderer, arrived at the dock in St.woif
Paul last evening after a week's cruise
on the Mississippi between St. Louis
and St. Paul. A most delightful out
ing was eft-joyed by Mr. Lamb's.guests
for the Idler is a balatial houseboat
with everything conducive to the com
fort and pleasure of its guests. The
part- included Judge M. B. Koon,
James S. Bell, Louis K. Hull, Eugene
J. Carpenter, Eufus E. Hand, all ofcanOns
Minneapolis James Bingham of Chi
cago, and Frank Hixon of La Crosse.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Ireland gave a
dinner last evening at their home on
Clifton avenue for Miss Irene Dean and
Walter Browne Barr of Denver, Col.,
whose wedding is one of the events of
this, evening. Covers were placed for
fourteen and a basket of pink dahlias
in the center of the table had a large
tulle bow on the handle. One long
loop was caught in the handle of a
smaller basket at Miss Dean's place.
The name cards were embellished with
water color miniatures.
Ealph Mitchell gave a 'theater party
last evening at the Metropolitan to see
"The Forbidden Land" and Miss Alga
Fawcett and John H. Cragle of Chi
cago, whose wedding takes place this
evening, were the honor guests. Mr.
Cragie came up from Chicago Monday.
American Beauty roses in a great
Japanese basket decked the table at the
bridal dinner of Miss Katheryn Irwin
and Harris Gagnon which was given
last evening by Mr. and Mrs. L.
Irwin. The guests were the members
of the bridal party.
Mrs. Anton Strand entertained thirty
women yesterday at her home on Sec
ond avenue S, in honor of Miss
Eugene Girling of Iowa. Asters in
lavender and white were used in the
parlors and a basket of yellow flowers
with yellow' tapers were in
room. '_. "T
"Mrs. Eussell Dibble left last evening
for Franklin, Pa., to attend the wed
ding of Miss Jane Mitchell and Eev.
Theodore Payne Thurston, which will
take place next Wednesday. Mrs. Dib
ble will go on to New York after the
wedding and will not return until the
last of October. Mr. Thurston and his
mother will leave tomorrow evening for
Franklin and Mr. and Mrs. Albert W.
Strong went Monday evening.
PEKBOUAI. AND SOOIAX*
fHE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
bourne Hoffman* .jitmont Holland, B, 8.
Jones, J. Tiled, W. Al-^ffiffiWhatn Cumberland,
W. C, Burtoa St. Deuls. L. J. Holtzerman.
The Blstodeau BasebaTjf cTub 111 give a dance
next Wednesday evening In the Thhd Ward Ke
uubllcan hall, Plymouth and Aldrlch avenues N.
,itl 3. LiHKatl will bu-(master of ceremonies.
CLUBS AND. CHARITIES
Willard C, T. U., Mrs, Deiter,
3201 Harriet avenue, 3f p.m.
Holbrook "W. 0-. Ti U. Mrs. Berk
heimer, 1847 ELajjQl street, iafternoon.
Among the Clubs.,
The "Wisconsin State Federation of
Women's Clubs will meet in Marinette
Oct. 26-28. Mrs.'Sarah 'Piatt
An interesting event of the day was
the marriage of Miss Florence Moore
and Dr. Harry B. Child, which took president of the general federation, will
place at 5 o'clock at the home of the be present with several prominent club
(ride's paients, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Moore on Seventh street S. The decor:
ations were in the autumn colors and
bright-hued leaves were mingled with
the deep green of palms and smilax
the wide bow window. Yellow chrysan
themums, autumn's own flowersv were
caught in the foliage and were used
again on mantel and cabinets. The
dinjngroom repeated the same flower
scheme and the appointments, were" very
appropriate to a fall wedding.
Miss CoTabelle Ludwig played the
"Lohengrin" bridal chorus as Miss
Mary Childs, in a pink frock, and Don
ald Moore, in a white suit, stretched the
white satin ribbons to make a way for
the bride. The bridesmaids, Miss Isja
belle Browne and Edna Wood of Mil
bank, S. D., were gowned alike in pink
flowered organdie with yokes and ber
thas of lace, and carried pink roses.
Miss Mabel Moore, the maid of honor,
was in blue crepe de chine with a lace
voke in the plaited gown, and and her
flowers were also pink roses. The bride
entered alone and was met at the altar
by her father, who gave her in mar
riage. Her gown was of white crepe de ing out what:-piaivti'hfeed, especial at-
chine with a lace yoke in the tucked
skirt and blouse and she carried a
shower bouquet of lilies of the valley.
Dr. Child and his best man, Edmund
Barnaby. were awaiting her in the leaf"
nook and the service was read by Eev.
J. S. Montgomery. An informal recep
tion followed and Dr. and Mrs. Child
were assisted in receiving by their par
ents and grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Moore, Mr. and Mrs. TT. A. Child, and
Mr. nd Mrs. H. G. Child and Mrs. C.
Dr. Child and his bride will leave this
evening for the east and Mrs. Child's
traveling gown is of brown broadcloth
with a hat to match.
Last evening Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Moore gave the bridal dinner for Miss
Moore and Dr. Child and vellow flowers
and tapers decked the table. :The other
guests were Misses Mabel Moore, Isabel
Brown, Edna Wood. Cofabellfi Ludwip'
Messrs. E. G. Barnaby, Jr.. Howard
Blackwell, W. P. Wood of Milbank and
J. C. Moore..
The first of the fall card parties was
given this afternoon when Mrs. George
A. Eose entertained forty women at her
home on Ninth street SE in honor of her
sister, Mrs. W. T. Coghlan of New York,
who has been her guest this summer.
Mrs. Coghlan will leave early in the
month for home, and a number of fare
well affairs have been planned for her.
Mrs. Eose used garden flowers foT hier
decorations, and blossoms in all the
varying shades of white, red and yellow
were effectively placed thru the parlors
and diningroom. The mantels were
tangles of palms and ferns in which
fhe brilliant blossoms were held cap
tive. Euchre was played and the score
cards repeated the color notes of.the
flowers, and the same scheme was car
ried out as far as possible in the dainty
luncheon which was served after the
Miss Grace Jacobs has left for St. Cloud
to visit her sister.
Miss Mabel Rosencrans left' today for her home
'In Independence, Iowa.
Mrs. Frank Annls of Osage, Iowa, Is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Arthur Bernard.
Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Bughee returned:
from a two mouths' visit In New England.
Mrs. Harry Rajr. 3125 CaTionn boulev.acd, vr|ll
entertain the thimble bee. of .Palestine 'chapter,
O. E. S., Friday afternoon.
Harriet council. No. 72. M. S.. will give a
card party in the council-oom, Nicollet avenue
and Lake street, Friday evening.
Miss Ruth Robblns and Miss Julia Davenport
of the East Side were among the girls who left
for Wells college Monday evening in the special
Minneapolis people at New York hotels are
as follows: Grand Union, D. Sweetland Murray
Hill, F. L. Decarle Continental, S. S. Kil-
The op Michigan have fol
lowed the example of th Minnesota
woman and will hav an exhibit at the
West Mi^Mgan s,tateilfair,"to::fee
Grand 1 is. Tti* |$&bitv$ftl be un
der the ^..cction^fme.. Giand Eapids
federation, and -^if^ihelude club year
books and literatitisjei.'
The Thursday Musical club has been
organized in Bemid i|r Minn., with the
following officers: ..'Sirs. E. B. Foster,
president Mrs., i&idrew Warfield, vice
tention. The^society -ddes riot desire
to discourage unttetsWssarily the gather
ing of wild flowers "and ferns for decora
tive purposes, but asks that they be
picked with care and 4^
resident .'Miss Haldejman Secretary
French^ librarian,,And .Miss Eoso
Dickinson^ treasurer". The club has'a
membership .*f.eighteen and its pro
grams I'will b%V a tpleasaht feature of
the winter. .'"'$**
The Society^forfJjhe Protection of Na
tive. Plants, 'iOnOvefJHhe allies of the
Floral Emblem' society and of the Amer
ican Park and Out^or Art association,
has noAV 627 actiyes&iembers and jSev
enty-five sustaining Members. During
the last. year tke/': SV&ety has distrib
uted over fortyHho|i#ft'd, leaflets, call
ing attention to^ the! society and point-
Guests of the"Y. W. G. A.
Miss Abbie Mayhew will be the guest
of honor at the opening reception' at the
Young Women's Christian association
building this evening. Miss Mayhew
was the first physical director of the
Y. W. C. A., arid is now connected with
the Wisconsin university. She is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Joseph Chap
man, for a few days.
Miss Elizabeth Taylor the new sta te
secretary, arrived in Minneapolis tKis
week, and will share trie honors with
Miss Mayhew this .je-vjeriing. Miss Tay
lor is a graduate) %f% Wellesley college
and has been with the association house
in Chicago as one of the secretaries.
She will act as secretary of Minnesota,
Colorado and Wyoming, and for the
next six :weeks will travel thru the
state visiting all of the college asso
ciations. Then she'will go.to Colorado
for four months arid later spend the
same length of time in Wyoming, and
return'to Minnesota in the spring.
Dayton's Tea. RoomsQuiet, cheer
ful, refreshing. Try them.
WANT TO KNOW
BY MARION ALCOTT PRENTICE.
Undesirable Acquaintances.I cannot
go to all the evening parties with my
daughter, nor does she want me to,
but if I let her go alone how can, I
protect her from undesirable Ac
quaintances?Worried. There is a world of truth in the trite
old. saying, ^aM^fi &, jareven^on is
^tWpiortifWie^*#ar*tfosrwho are distressed for fear their daughters
will meet undesirable acquaintances
among men have the matter 'largely
or entirely in their own hands to con
trol if they will exercise the recognized
forms of well-bred, society and thus
make such happenings practically im
possible. For example: The com
mon practice of allowing young girls
to attend places of amusement, parties
and the like, without proper escort, can
not be too strongly condemned, for it
exposes the girl to.all manner of criti
cism and, sometimes, insult. The girl
makes mistakes because ofher imma
ture judgment and inexperience, which
may be bitterly regretted in after
years, mistakes which could not have
occurred had an older person acted as
chaperone. If undesirable escort is
offered, she does not recognize it or,building
if she does, lacks the tact to avoid it
and thus the acquaintance of an hour
may force himself into her home. The
in sheep's clothing is found in all
classes of society. I realize how tire
some it may seem to the "stay-at-
home mother to bestir herself and
chaperon young people, but if she is
unwilling to do this herself she should
find some capable person to take her
place. I is a duty she owes to her
daughter and to .the dignity of, -the
family. Again, people who observe the
of well ordered society are
often sorely perplexed to provide.. es
corts for several unattended joung girls
at the end of a social evening and es
pecially so when, they reside in different
parts of the city. A prudent hostess
shrinks from allowing a young guest to
go home alone, and yet it becomes
nothing short of martyrdom if the hus
band or son of a household must hold
himself in readiness, to escort habitual
ly unprotected guests. There is but
one way to avoid friction and embar
rassing social complications, and that
is by living up to
I send you a sample of my hair in the
hope that you will he able to. tell ihe
what colors to wear. I get so dis
couraged sometimes I would like to
dye my red headiiDiscontented.
A refined appearance, delicate shade
of fascinating beauty sriven by Satin
Skin Cream and Satin Face Powder.'
GUARANTEE WITH EVERY BOX
The DiUin Drug 66.,Gives.Signed Bond
With Mi-o-na, Nature's Cure for Dys
.When .you buy ^^box-of ^lirorna.rtbe
marvelous rernedv for dyspepsia
troubles "have Biffin Drug Co. sign this
W hereby agree to refund the
money paid for Ml-o-na on return of
empty box if the purchaser tells us
that it has failed to cure dyspepsia
or stomach troubles. This guarantee
.covers two 50c boxes, or a month's
Mi-o-na is an unusual combination.
I rlieals and soothes the irritated
Stomach lining and cures any congestion
and inflammation there may be. I aids
digestion and saves the stomach from
exhaustive work While the cure is going
Eemember that in purchasing Mi-o-na
ou no risk whatever. The Dillin
corner First avenue S and
Washington, guarantee absolutely pro
tects you should thefMnedicine fail to do
all that you expect.'* "They.stand ready
to refund the monexrwhenever the pur
chaser says Mi-o-na has not done all
that is claimed for it.
Small ad, big values, 25 per cent discount
on repairs and new orders during the mild
Regular $100 made-to-
order Men's Fur-lined
Easy payments if desired, Open evenings.
GOLD & GO.
Question ijtot ^Tomorrow.
September"14y i 904
Jin Attractive Feature
Of our Pretty Styles in Tailored Suits, Coats,
Waists, Separate Skirts and Millinery,
the popular prices we place
everything Ready-to-wear. Dur-
ing Horse Show Week, glance
at our Handsome Evening
Goats, in black or white, from
$35 to $65, that dthers
from $85 to $100 for.
the leather-trimmed -and
full leather, Driving and
Coats, at $45, worth $65.00.
Name on the
11 and 13 S. 7th St.
"The Sign of the
Women's New Fall Tailor-Made SuitsA
manufacturer's sample line*L sizes 34, 36
38 only, and one of
a kind velvet, cloth
and voile. They are
Fur Scarfs and CollarsSealskin, otter,
beaver, electric seal and nearseal coats, rang
ing in prices from
$25 to $250
A cordial invitation to you all.
Today opens auspiciously for the first, showing of fall
and early winter millinery. Our large section on the
second floor, devoted exclusively., to this one thing, is
fairly ablaze with rich autumnal tints both in the foliage
and flowers used in the decorations and in the trimmings
on the hats themselves.
Perhaps the most noticeable features of this season's
display are the great picturesque snapes, with high impos
ing crowns, the abundance of elegant plumes, and the be-
S wildering masses of sweeping aigrettes.
Aside from the exquisite models from across the water furnished by Crozet,
Georgette, Virot, Heitz Boyer, Feurby and other well-known artists, we display
some very dainty creations from New York,-and again from our own workshop
at half the cost. Once more we invite you all to come and see this gathering of
the world's finest millinery.
T5he Great PlymoutH Clothing House. Nicollet and Sixth.
We show new things each day in Tailored
Suits from $15 up.
Our Stylish Street and Dress Hats are be
coming very popular. ..t*
A SCHOOL MEMORIAL.
On Friday afternoon at 3 o'olodk the
seventh and eighth grade classes, which
were crowded out of the Horace Mann
this fall, will present their me
morials to the school. After the close of
the session, the weather permitting, a
basket picnic will be held on the school
grounds. The parents of the children and
all former members of the school are
cordially invited and urged to be present
on this occasion.
716-718 Nicollet Ave.
Would You Select a Brass Setting for a
Even the prettiest of women can improve her looks by wearing
ft Macpherson & Langford Skirt
MORAL: Whether you are a jewel or not ask your dealer to
show you a MacPherson & Langford Skirt. All good deal-
ers handle them.
lotoson & Lai
336 SIBLEY ST.,
We'll give you a view of the new things for fall. All the new fashions are in full
bloom and here ready for your choosing. An infinite variety of the latest suit,
cloak, skirt and fur conceptions, the very cream of millinery ideas. We have ex-
ercised our finest skill in selecting the choicest, at the same time keeping a sharp,
watch on the prices. You will find it greatly to your advantage to anticipate
your wants for fall uow.
ueline 6 and
On Second Floor.
Women's Round Length SkirtIn black
or colors made of all-wool Cheviot and
'in fancy mixtures.
Our line of. Fall Millinery is ready for Jour
inspection. We have them at all prices
$2.50 to $2