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Processional bvmn, "Jesus- Christ la Risen To-
Anthem "Christ Our Passover," Shepperd.
Gloria Patri, Sheppeid.
^1 Deum Laudamus I in D) Woodward.
L*-Jubilate Deo Aldrlch
Introit anthem. Ami Behold There Was a
Great Earthquake," Caleb Simper.
Kyrie ElciSon. Mendelssohn
Gloria Tibl, Gounod.,
Deo Gratias, Gounod
Hymn, "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today," Rlm
Offertory solo. "The Resurrection," Shelley,
Mrs. W. Moigan
Comuiunion hynn "At the Lamb's High Feast
We Sing," Rosemuller.
Gloria in KTcelsis, Old Chant
Nunc Dlmittls Langdou
Recessional hymn, "The Day of Resurrection,"
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH.
The holy communion, 6 30 o'clock.
Processional hymn, Sullivan.
Gloria Tlbi and Sursuui Corda, Cruickshank.
Communion hvmn, Hodges
filoria in Excelsis, Old Chant.
Recessional hymn Tours
Horning praver aud hol communion, 11 o'clock.
Organ prelude Largo, Handel
Processional hymn, Rosemillei
Caster canticle, "Christ Our Passover," Chant.
Te Deum in flat. King Hall.
i Jubilate in A, Brldgewatei.
I Kyrie and Gloria Tibi, Cruickshank
1 Hymn, Gauntlett.
Sanctus S Cecelia, Gounod.
Communion hymn, Hodges.
Gloria in Excelsis, Old Chant.
Recessional hymn, Neander
Organ postlude, grand chorus in D, Gnilmant.
EVENING PRA\ER, 5 O'CLOCK
Organ prelude, Lento, Jadassohn.
Prooeesional hymn, Sullivan
Jtfnnc Dlmittls, Chant.
Recessional hymn, Tours.
Organ postlude, Festal March, Calkin.
jppgan, first movement from "O Minor Sonata,"
"As I Began to Dawn/' Easter anthem,
Bass solo, "Fear Not
Anthem, "Christ, Our Passover, Is Sacrificed
tor t7s," Tours.
Boprano solo, **Wltti Verdure Clad," Haydn
Male quartet, "I I the Lord's Own," Kreut
Motet, 0 Lord, Thou Art Great," Ooombs.
vostluda-, '"Easter March."
Organ, *fM. de la Penteooste" (Easter Can
O Israel," Buck,
nthem, "Aw-ake Thou That Sleepest," Foote
enor soto, ^'Hostaoa," Granier, Mr Morris.
rio "EMter Bells," Von Wilm, Miss Wil
Mrs. Porteous and Mrs. Bushnell.
Alto solo, "Angels Roll the Rock Away,'* Haw
is*. Mrs. Porteous
pfiertorr, "Largo" (harp and organ), Han
etel Mrs. Isabel E%_Kemp and Mr. Woodruff
Ajithem, "Sing Ye to "the Lord," Lloyd.
Postlude, "Th Sliver Trumpets," Rimbault.
,n pvefode, "Andanto Cantabile,
Organ postlude, selected.
Organ prelude, "Triumphal
Anthem, "Rejoice This Holy Easter Morn,"
Aria, I Enow That My Redeemer Livoth,"
(*Sej88iah"l, Mis Fishe
nthem, "The Choir Angelic Hansrcom.
poettude, toccata," Dubois.
irelnde "Easter March," Merkel
"Awake Thou That Sleepest," Stalner
Gri "Hosanna,"" Granier,
Organ Tenor solo,
Cantata, "From Sepulchre to Throne,
STEWART MEMORIAL CHURCH.
Organ jwelude, "We March to Victory,"
Anthem, "Most Jesus Bear the Cross Alone,"
Solo, "Resurrection," Shelley, Mr Campbell
Response, "Soft Floating on the Evening Air,"
Offertory, duet "Forever -with the Lord,"
Counod, Miss Lewis Lewis and Mr Amundson
Solo "Prom Gloom to Glory," Glbel, Mrs.
Anthem, "Hark, Hark, My Soul," Shelley,
In tho morning Mrs Lewis Avery North will
trlhg "Consider the Lilies" and "The Eesui
jecuon." by Sheldon, and Wallace O McWhinnev
will give a cornet solo, "The Evening Star,"
from Tannhauser The Sunday school will give
ft musical program in the evening.
Manndel's oratorio "Olivet to Calvary." will
be rendered at special 5 o'clock vesper service in
Bethlehem Presbyterian church corner Twenty
sixth street and Pleasant avenue, under the di
rection of Kiss Ethel A. Hobart. The regular
Suartet choir, consisting of Hiss Clara Patter
on, soprano, Miss Elizabeth Patterson contralto,
Pail Cook, tenor, and A. S. Boult, basso, will
lie assisted by Miss Grace Bronson, Miss Dar
leana Qelwicks, Clyde Decker and W Mell
IV I METHODIST.
10 80 A.M.
Anthem, "Exalt Him,
Carol, '"Easter is Dawing," Lacey.
nthem. "Hosanna," Granier.
no, "The Bells are Hinging," Abt.
lo, "Easter" (violin obligate), Gounod, Miss
Response, "Christ is Risen," Schnecker,
Anthem, "Chriat Our Passover/' Buck.
Poetljade, 'Hosanna," Lubols.
Balph Oonnirjnnan, violinist, will assist in
HEKHEPIN AVENUE CHTTBOK,
"Easter- Morning/' Mailtos
'"to, the Tomb Is 1
Easter Eve,** Gounod, Miss
ffearce and Mr.
Anthem, "Bejoiee, This Holy Easter Morn,"
iPortlwK "Worthy Is the Lamb," Handel.
Vlolttt and organ, "Le Dealt," Francois Sehu-
Cantnt*. "Messiah Victorious," by William G.
I There will be a double auartet, and Maxi
Htltea Dfctt, the violinist, will assist.
I WESLEY CHTJBOH.
I Jte the, Morning the chorus-choir will sins
Awake Thou That Sleepest," by Stalner, and
the oliertoey "Hosanna," Granier In the eve
fcrag the numbers will be* "Sing Alleuia.
Forth,'* SJchnecker, and the offertory, "Lift
Soar Glad "Voices," Willard Patten.
Miss Agnes HaUin, soprano will be assisted by
noros of twenty voices. Maurice Salisbury, oi
ganist, will be assisted by Miss Jessie Ware, pl
enlflt. The special musical numbers wlU be "Pre
lude and Fugue in Major." Mendelssohn, an
them, "Wh Seek Ye the Living Among the
Dead," Clare anthem, "Harkl the Loud Oelestia
Hymn," Ward, piano and organ, "Kamennol
Ostrow," Rubenstein and a solo by Miss Halllu,
*'I Know That My Redeemer Liveth Handel.
Hie Sunday school will give a concert in the
Organ "Allegro Vivace,""Speer
Anthem, "Awake Thou That Sleepest," Foote
Contralto solo "Christ, the Lord, Is Risen,"
Foerster. Mrs Louis Park.
Anthem, "Victory," Stewart.
Postlude, "Triumphal Choius," Guilmant.
The cantata "Christ, the Victor," by Dudley
Buck, will be sung bv the choir and chorus
under the direction of Hamlin Hunt.
MORNING SERVICE, 10 30 A.M
Organ prelude, "Easter Morning," Mailing.
Anthem. "No I Christ Risen," A.
Anthem, "1 Am That Liveth," Oliver
Offertory anthem, "Lo, the Tomb Is Empty,"
T, Tenor solo, "The Resurrection," Sheldon, Mr.
Organ postlude, "Alleluia," Clement Loret.
EVENING SERVICE, 7 30 M.
Organ prelude, selections from "Death and
Anthem. "Jesus Christ 13 Risen," Neidlinger
Anthem "AwaTie, with Holy Rapture Sing,"
John E West.
Resronse "Jesus, Who Did Bear the Cross."
Offertory anthem, selections from "Death to
Life," J. Bartlett
Organ oostlude, "Hallelujah" ("Mount of
$ UWDEK HILLS.
Quartet "Hosanr.a," Granier
Js1ft Bolo, "The Light of the World," Adams, Dr.
W- w. Annnnd
gU Solo. "The Resurrection," Sheldon, Dr. G.
Ladies' leather hand bags,
the latest spring novelties,
the latest spring noverties,
Saturday Ladies' fancy girdles, black
and colored, fancy buckle
and slide, value to
Men's Easter Furnishings
A line of men's fancy negligee
shirts, pretty styles and attrac
tive colorings. They include val
ues from 65c to 75c, in
one lot, Saturday
Men's HoseFancy black and
white striped effects that sell reg
ularly at 25c, Sat- 4j BStffc
urday per pair ttPt*1
Also a line of plain blacks and
tans, splendid for wear and look
well, too, our 15c line, CStf*
this time per pair #I
Balbriggan shirts and drawers,
very fine garments in a full line
of sizes these are splendidly
made and would be cheap at 50c
per garment & W
Men's work shirts in madras,
drills and fancy weaves (a lot in
cluding a few black sateens).
Your choice, M$$ke*
Special Easter Sale.
300 fine, plain and changeable
skirts, 6 beautiful styles.
Worth to $8. Saturday only
200 new Sunburst and Van Dyke silky moreen
and mercerized sateen petti
coats, worth to $2.50. Choice..
$4.00 Corsets 69c
English Torchon LacesHandsome
patterns in endless variety, 2 to 5
inches wide, values from 8c to 15c
yard your choice Saturday, Kg%
per yard 5SU
Beautiful Oriental LacesIn the
pretty popular English Buttonhole
effects, white and butter all shown
on two tables first containing val
ues from 75e to $1.25 yard, at 39c
second, values from 50c AA^
to 75c yard *F
Quartet, "The Lord Is Risen Indeed," Gab
Solo, "Not Ashamed of Christ," Danks, Miss
PARK AVENUE CHTTECH.
A chorus of fifty voices will sing the Blaster
music The morning program follows.
Organ prelude, "leister Morning," Mailing,
Miss Elvina Cbenevert
Chorus, "Welcome Happy Morning," Shack
Chorus "Awake Thou That Sleepest." Miles.
Ssolo, 'Light to the World Is Given," Somer
ville Mr Morse
Chorus "Praise the Lord," Bandegger
Postlude, "Tiiumphal Maich," Lemmens.
FIFTH AVENUE CHURCH.
A double quartet will sing the following an
themE in the morning. "Christ, the Lord, I
Risen," Dudley Buck, "Triumphant Strains
Arise." Chapman George O Brown will sing
for offertory the tenor solo, "Glory to God-," by
Rotob In the evening the cantata "From
Sepulchie to Tbione," by Shepard, will be giv
en by the quartet and a chorus of twenty
Organ prelude, "Triumph Siller. Miss May
Soprano solo, "Hosanna," Granier, Miss Clara
Anthem, "Christ Is Risen. Clare.
Great Sample Sale of all kinds P. D., J. B.,
C. B., Nemo and American Lady AQftf*
Corsets and Girdles. Saturday
As much of a necessity as articles of outer
Children's medium Avhite union suits, hand
finished, silk erocheted trimmings, drop seat,
buttoned down the front, in sizes &**&*
from 2 to 16 years, regular 75c *f"*lB\Jf
"Women's white jersey, ribbed, high neck, long
sleeve vests, ankle or knee pants to ^Bfetf*
match, worth easily 39c per gament.WW
Boys* Easter Suits
As Easter draws near, don't forget your boy he takes as much
pride in appearing in a new suit as you do. Bring him here Satur
day and clothe him. You
save much on these:
12c A special tableful of ladies'
quality black hose, quoted for
Saturday at, per pair
Another lot of plain black, with
fancy embroidered and stamped fig
ures (some have white feet) an ex
tra good value at 2 for 43 A
Nearly 700 pairs of this season's
extreme novelties (a sample line of
a jobber therefore the best) we
have divided them into three lots,
values from 50c to $1.50 ARn
pair prices 49c, 39c and...fiJ
Laces of Merit.
615, 617, 61%, 621, 6^3, 625, 627, 629 Nicollet Avenue
Full line of handsome combinations
in changeable silk chiffon veils,
with satin hemstitched
Also a lot of pretty novelties in pin
dot chiffon veils, with satin bor
ders, beautiful things either for veil
or drape. Your jffi.^Btf*
A handsome line of latest novelty
chiffon veils, in all shades, 1%
.yards long, beautifully embroidered
regular $1.19 quality,
Saturday...." A few odd pieces of veiling bythe
yard, well worth 25c.
Can't enjoy the beauties of Easter
without good eyes. Come and have
yours examined free of charge and
don't forget to see our fine gold
filled frame, warranted, with best
periseopic lens, value
Boys' 3-piece Suits, like cut,
ip plain and mixed goods,
worth to $7.50
Boys' 2-piece Double Breasted
Suits you can't match them
for $3.50 this
Boys' Sailor Suits, 8 to 7
years, worth $5.00, $6.00 and
$7.50 this fe4 A
..$4.50 3 to 6
Confirmation Suits, all styles,
ftvorth to h Mb
Boys' Long Pants Suits like
CUT, worth fit ig Rsffe
straight to $10 ^''O I
Ladies' all linen handkerchiefs, our
regular quality six ftlj
Ladies' all linen handkerchiefs, our
regular 25c quality, 3 ^fr B"
A lot of traveler's samples, beauti
ful lace trimmed, Swiss embroid
ered, scalloped and hemstitched
edges, divided in two lots:
Lot OneTalues to 25c,
Lot TwoValues to 15c
Sterling silver, 14K gold plate en
ameled and jeweled hatpins, worth
39c and 50c. Satur- ^-^li*
A large counter of fancy pieces in
silver hollow-ware, cake and fruit
stands, berrybowls, syrup pitchers,
crumb and bread rays, butter
dishes and candlesticks, values to
$3.00. Saturday ti& 4 A
Bass solo. "He I Not Here, for Is Risen,"
Broome, W. Schaller
Postlude, "Gavotte," Clarke.
Prelude, "Sweet Thought," Clarke.
Anthem, "O Swing the Gates Wide Open,"
Soprano solo. "Resurrection," Shelley, Miss
Anthem, "Easter Is Dawning." Lacy.
Baritone solo, "The Lord vis Risen," Sulli
van, Leon Rooks
Anthem, "Hallelujah, Christ Is Risen," Sim
Postlude, "March," Clarke.
Organ prelude, "Cujus Anlmam," Rosinnl
Chorus, "Te Deum, Minor," D-. Bnck.
Tenor solo and cnorus. "Hosanna," Granier,
Walter A. Parker and choir.
Offertory, soprano solo and chorus, 0 Day
of Love Eternal," Bartlett, Miss Georgia
Alexander and choir.
Postlude, "Prelude and Fugue," Herman Ben
Organ prelude, "Fantasia," Sjogren.
Chorus. "As I Began to Dawn." Charles
Alto solo and chorus "Why Seek Ye the Liv-
ing," Mack, Miss Mabel Otis and choir.
E VANS W ^0H N S^ON^SLOAME0 O
The Prettiest Easter Hats
Easter comes but once a year and there is only one day left if
you have not been fortunate enough to make your choice before
this. Knowing that there would be a tremendous rush at this
Eleventh Hour, we have sorted and resorted, selected and gath-
ered from every corner of the department until everything is in
shape for this last grand sale day. No chance to describe the
hatswe will simply talk prices.
Black turbans in chiffon and straw braid, a very swell, dressy
hat, bought to sell at $1.25 each. Saturday's price TPOrf
just i *PC
Children's hats in Cuban braid, trimmed in chiffon and flowers.
They are perfect little beauties in three lots, ^"ij $
$3.93, $2.98 and
An assortment of handsome trimmed hats, no two alike, worth
from $8.50 to $11.50. Your choice this time,
Saturday will be a busy day with us. Everybody will want their Easter purchases for Sunday.
We will have a largely increased force in our fitting department, and any garment requiring AL-
TERATIONS WILL BE FINISHED AND DELIVERED IN TIME FOR SUNDAY MORNING
WEAR. We request that purchasers not desiring their garments for Sunday wear will permit us
to finish them the first of next week.
Our stock is full of good things and our advertisement will give but a faint conception of the many beautiful gar-
ments we have to offer you. Beautiful jackets for Children brown and blue cheviot, with
belted back and large sleeves, ages 8 to 12, worth $3.50, Saturday, each
Women's black silk coats, Kedingote style, blouse jacket, with leg-of-mutton sleeve, in all sizes
to 46, worth $15.00, Saturday special
Misses' $10.50 Eainproof CoatsAll the latest styles, loose and belted back, in tan and
dark browns, Saturday special
Women's Walking SkirtsHave 60 plaits, colors brown, blue and black, large assortment
of sizes, worth $11.00, Saturday special
Women's SuitsIn Panama and Cheviot, colors blue, black, brown, new green and tans blouse
jacket, satin lined, several new styles of skirts worth $15.00 Saturday special
Special sale of $15.00 silk shirt waist suits in both ladies' and misses' sizes, good assortment
of colors, also shepherd checks, Saturday special
Special snowing of ladies' suits i crepe de chine, lace allovers, embroidered garments, and
high class silk shirt waist suits up to each
Misses' and Ladies' tan covert cloth jackets, loose or belted backs and satin lined, si?es
from 32 to 38, worth $10.98, special Saturday
An Uiwsally Big Shoe Day
EXTRA VALUES, EXTRA SALESPEOPLE and the greatest lot
of real shoe values ever offered in the Twin Cities.
Women's famous Queen Quality
Shoes and Oxfords 80 styles,
Oxfords $2.50 Shoes, $ 3
Women's Kid and Tan #|MfW^%
Oxfords $1.50 value IOO
Women's Oxfords and Slip
pers hundreds of pairs...
Boys' Bicycle Shoes sev- #Jk*%
eral hundred pairs, special F V9
Boys' Box Calf dress and School
Strong itemsvery, and money
savers^ 20-Mule Team Borax, lb J0C
Castile Soap, reg. 10c cake 3
Colgate's Vioris Toilet Water. -5Qc
Good Moth Balls, per lb 3V2C
Regular 25c Porous Plasters... 5
CigarsTeller, reg. 10c 5
Duke's Mixt. Tobacco, 10c pkg QQ
Rare treat for the Ladies. 100
complete styles of low-cut Shoes, all
leathers, in Christy Ties, in Gibson
Ties, in Button, in Blucher cuts
hand turn to welt soles, all toes all
shades of tan included values, $2.5
and $3.00 special
Boys' Satin Calf Sehool
shoes, $1.25 to $1.75 val.
Misses' and Children's sample Slip
pers 100 styles all leath
Misses' and Children's fine Bluche
Misses' fine Shoes, By2 to 2,^f A*
special $1.50 value, at...
Children's fine Shoes to A
All 23c music, including all Popu
lar, Classic and Operatic Pieces, fopj
De Luxe Edition, per copy, 5
(MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLEDSEND lc EXTRA
PER COPY FOR POSTAGE.)
Offertory, soprano solo, 'The Light of the
World," Adams. Mrs. W Le Vollev.
Postlude, "Prelude and Fugue," Bach.
A chorus of fortv voices will assist the choir.
Anthem, "As It Began to Dawn," Ooombs,
S010 "He Shall Feed His Flock," Mabel
Solo and quartet, "A New Heaven and a Ne
Earth," Gaul, John Ravenscroft, Helen Rigger,
Mabel Mathews, Homer Dale
Anthem, "Awake Up My Glory," Chadwick,
Solo, "The Resurrection," Shelley} 3. Q. An
Ai-them, "As It Began to Dawn," Coombs,
Solo, I Will Extol Thee," Wagner, John
Anthem, "Fear Not O Israel," Spicker, chorus.
"As It Began to Dawn," Coombs Miss Elean
or Nesbitt, Miss Agnes Griswold, Miss Alice
Magoon, L. Greenfield and chorus
"The Dawn Is Now Breaking Porter, Stan
ley Hall quartet
"No Evil Shall Befall Thee Costa, Stanley
I Hall quartet.
Solo, "Olow to God," Rotoji* JMISB^ Eleanor
11, worth $1.00, at 9 9C
Children's Shoes to 6,
worth 50c, special
Men's $4.00 Fine Shoes, paten
tan, Buss and
Sheet Musi Specials\
Will print you 100 neat calling
cards (while you wait) in latest en
graved style, correct size no extra
postage for mail orders ^^Q
Please write names and. numbers
Duet, "With Rosy Light," Porter, Misses
Linder and Toye.
Prelude and doxology.
"God Is My Guide," Schubert, Stanley Hall
"Awake, Glad Soul, Awake," Schnecker, Miss
es Griswold and Nesbitt, Messrs. Greenfield and
Kinnard and chorus.
Trio "Lift Thine Eyes," Mendelssohn. Misses
Linder, Malven and Toye.
Solo, MEaster," Vandewater, Miss Malven.
"List, the Cherubic Host," Gaul's "Holy
City," Stanley HaU quartet assisted by Melvine
"Welcome, Happy Morning," Schnecker.
"The Easter Sunshine Breaks Again,"
Solo, "The Resurrection," Shelley, Mrs. Hig
"The Lord Is Risen Eyer.
Solo, "Easter Song." Dennee, Mrs. Woodward.
'Consider the Lilf Bxcell.
The Easter music will include a "Te Deum
"Awake, Thou That Sleepest." "Hark, Hark,
My Soul "King of Kings," by the choir solos.
"There Is a Land Mine Bye Hath Seen," Miss
April 21, 1905.
GREEN TRADING STAMPS WITH CASH PURCHASES.
We show a very complete line of
lisle and silk gloves, warranted,
every pair double tipped, at the
following prices, $1.25, BA*.
$1.00, 75c and OUC
Our Newport and Sovereign gloves,
splendid values, in black, white and
all good colors, pique and overseam
with Paris points, a regular $1.25
glove. Saturday, A A A
choice ^P 1 ^%Jr
All of our La Belle, Cambridge and
Dent's in black, white and colors
these well known makes should re
tail at $1.50. Your choice Satur
day, per O
pair *J lifill
When you consider price and the
ease with which it is prepared,
there's no dessert more economical
than Gelvet. See the demonstrator
for particulars. Price,
$1.48 and 98c
Assortment of beautiful Broderie
Anglaise patterns, in latest styles
nearly all worth 50c a yard (some
few straight 75c values) 100 good
patterns to choose from AC A
Two heaping tables of skirt flounc
ings and corset cover embroideries,
in all the new wanted patterns,
worth to $1.25 per yard JB Cfc#u
New English Eyelet, Anglaise and
Teneriffe patterns for corset covers,
flouncings and dresses, every piece
worth from $1.19 to $1.75 per yard.
Saturday, (see win- AQ^
Cattdies for Easter
Delicious chocolate creams, taste
and look like 25c goods 4 A
Saturday, per lb Iww
Easter novelties in birds' nests,
chickens, rabbits, ducks, etc. make
your selectionprices are within
the reach of all.
Nelson "Rock of Ages," Miss Brook, and a
number by Mr. Torrance.
PORTLAND AVENUE CHURCH 0 7 CHRIST.
Anthem "Rejoice, the Lord Is Risen." HaU.
Soprano solo, "The Resurrection," Sheldon.
Alto solo, "Jerusalem," Parker.
Anthem, "This Is the Day," Hall.
Tenor solo, "Glory to God," Itotoll.
Bu -vtone solo, selected
THE CHUBCH OF THE REDEEMER.
MORNING SERVICE, 10 30.
Prelude foi organ and violin. Dubois.
Anthem, "Easter Morn," Rowena Noyes.
Anthem, "As I Began to Dawn." Hammond,
Soprano solo. "Resurrexlt," Tosti.
Anthem, "Come, See the Place Where Jesus
Violin solo. "Elevation," Godard.
Postlude. "Hosanna." Grison.
EVENING SERVICE, 7.30
Organ and violin, paraphrase of "Parsifal,"
Arthem, "Come, See the Place Where Jesus
Ly," Burdett. ,^s^ ^pupx^, 4
You for Easter at Little Cost)
Saturday is your last day for
sending those pretty Easter
greetings to your friends.
There are hundreds of pretty
cards and novelties to be
found here fine line of Easter
and other postal cards
$1.50 all wool cloaks for 98
Fine Pongee silk, moreen and English wool
covert cloths, all colors, worth Gt&]b
to $4.00. Choice 9^ivO
New summer lawn, pique and muslin Hats and
Bonnets, values to $1.00. Choice **&!*%
49c and fiillC
White Goods, Linens
Nainsook CheckSuitable for chil
dren's wear worth 6c yard
India Linons30-inch, beautiful, sheer
quality worth 12i^c yard
French Lawns46-inch, sheer and
dainty, regular price ^25c yard
Silk Mercerized WaistingsLatest
novelties, many worth 50c yard...
Cream Table DamaskPure linen, extra heavy,
the regular price was 69c ife&tl**
per yard Vvv
Easter Shirtwaist Corsets
No article of a woman's wardrobe is se
lected with more care than her corsets.
In buying them she picks out a corset that
not only fits herfigureperfectly, insuring
absolute comfort in all positions, but also
one that is stylish, graceful and will give
her figure the proper form and contour.
The designers of the American Lady Cor
sets have this season excelled all previous
efforts and have turned out corsets that
are practically perfect in all the essentials
pf both style and comfort.
These corsets influence symmetrical de
velopment, impart gracefulness in fact,
accomplish all that the high price corsets
do. The models for Spring are designed
to conform the figure to the prevailing
modes of this season and are indispensable
to a stylish gown. We have the long,
medium and short lengths (a dozen good
styles in all}, and are quoting just two
very small prices,
Ladies' Stylish Easter
For this last day's sale we are
offering Fashion's favorite fan
cies at prices to include every
body. Windsor Ties come first
There are small, medium and
large polka dots, checks, plaids,
plain colors and plain with em
broidered ends. They are a very
worthy lot and should A BE?
sell at much more than fcOG
The beautiful new silk crepe and
poplin Windsor Ties, so much in
demand this year in the
East, priced at just
In tab collars, matched sets
(collars and cuffs to match),
etc., there is a great variety we
will not attempt description here
our window contains them all.
Prices run from
75c down to
Great One Day Sale.
Wear a Silk Shirtwaist*
That "something new" for Easter
might well include a handsome silk
shirtwaist, especially when you can
save from $1.00 to $2.00 on the pur
chaae. Saturday we offer novelties
of the following order:
Wash Silk ShirtwaistsHandsomely
trimmed in tucks, white and cream,
well worth $3.50, A A A
each *P^ aOV
Colored Wash Silk Waists Fine
line colors, shirred collar, cuffs and
yoke, a favorite style A A CJk
worth easily $4.50.. VVlfcnf
Taffeta WaistsThe popular plaids,
in newest patterns and latest styles,
all colors, would be cheap at $6.50.
Saturday, choice, fi^^_ JS.Q
Wall Paper a*d Paints
Parlor, dining-room and hall papers,
dark and light shade's, either width
borders, worth 10c and more, ^5^*
Saturday only, roll mPlJ
CoLtralto eolo. selected.
Stared cartata. "Messiah Victorious," W.
Postlude, "Hallelujah," Handel.
AZX SOULS* CHUBCH.
The follcwlag program will be given Sunday
"Christ, the Lord, Is Risen," Buck, the choir.
Violin solo, Mr. Chapman.
"I Know That My Redeemer Liveth," Han
del. Miss Harriette Hiscock.
HAT.Ty ENGLISH LUTHERAN.
Organ prelude in E flat major. Battman.
Te Deum, Fay.
Offertory anthem. "Christ Our Passover,**
At 7:80 m. a special festival service will
be given with the offertory anthem,, "Nuir I4
Christ Risen." by Nicbol.
The Last Settlers' Excursion.
Tuesday, April 25th, will be the last
date the Northern Pacific will sell the
one-way settlers' excursion tickets to
points 'in Minnesota and North Dakota
at the $6 rate. Call at city ticket of*
fice, 19 Nicollet House block.