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Secure Perrin's Glove
pASTERTIDE-the crucial test of man's
taste. We have what you will want.
A great variety to select from.
50C Neckwear-^ dozen 46-in. mm
2 ins. wide, a perfect selection of fancy
grays and other colors 3 ties $1 each *~J S mr
beautiful in silk and patterns, gray, tan, #_
brown, white, pearl, sky. Special, each
up-to-date tie for the
dresser, a range of colors"and Ur ~m mm
designs exclusive and unique mm
$2.00, $1.50 and *(S 1 1
fitting finish to your Easter
attire a choice here to harmor
your black, Wfc mm
gray, tan or 4 LLT a
fit well, your mm
new suit should be km*, j~f
over our Otis Balbriggan shirts 1 mm.
Bon Bon French Balbriggan shirts and (f 1 E
drawers, 75c and *pl *J
Our choicest chocolates and bon bons, specially ae-
lectedTfor Easter, put up in a 1-pound box,
Regular 50c Bitter Sweets, 3Qrz
Ladies' Silk Serge, paiagon frame,
handle navy, brown, green cardinal
$2.75 value. Saturday
Ladies' Pure Silk Peau de Cygne, tape edge, natural
boxwood handles, Lock patent frame, tight roll, dou
ble silk cord tassel, with taffeta silk 'Of\
caae $4.25 value %p9j95jf
A beautiful assortment of pretty Parasols for Easter,
for little misses frilled, tucked and hemstitched par
asolsj some with pretty Dresden borders, some with
polka dot, others with floral designs
Bare ideas in Ladies' Parasols pongee, taffeta, chif
fon and batiste, Broderie Anglaise, pompadour, hem
stitched, beautiful floral designs,
from $1.50 to
Handkerchiefs for Easter
Ladies' pure Irish linen hand embroidered, with pretty
dainty designs, some with hand worked French knots
in blue, pink, lavender excellent values
at 20c. Saturday, each
Pretty conceits in Ladies' Pure Sheer Linen hand em
broidered handkerchiefs, some trimmed with tiny Val
enciennes lace, some with exquisite hand embroidered
designs, others showing color effects, or hand embroi
dered French knot and floral designs
values to 35c. Saturday, each
Jewelry, Leather Goods
Bead Neck Chains are much vogue at present and
will doubtless be popular all summer. We have a well
selected line, ranging in price from the 0 ST
26c chain to the exclusive patterns at. ^P^/*^^
The 25c assortment includes all the popular shades,
coral, green, blue, turquoise, pearl, amber, amethyst,
crystal, jet and gilt bead.
Extremely rich and showy lines at A Q*y
$2.25, 98C and VOC
Preserve Your Eyes
Dr. Gertrude Stanton, in professional charge of our
Modern Optical Department, is an acknowledged
expert. Your eyes examined and Glasses fitted
by modern methods.
Mrs. Stanton guarantees all her work. 2d floornew part.
choice\ of mw-rx
everything haw S*f
Why Perrin's Gloves
MANY BEAUTIFUL SHADES have been
out by the great Parisian glove
manufacturer that discriminating people every
where are saying "Perrin's Gloves for Easter."
We have received direct from Paris a complete
assortment of this famous glove in all the new
spring colorings. Doubtless you, like many
others, may want several pairs.
Perrin's La Mure comes in pretty
shades of green, blue, light gray, Pan
ama, olive, brown and tan
every pair warranted
suede or glace-
$L00 $1.50 $2.00
Bonds for Easter Gifts.
20c Chocolate Fudge 1(If,
^Saturday is the Last Day of the State Art* Exhibit,
Fourth Floor. It is worth your while to see
Silk Shirtwaist Suits, made from good
wearing quality silk. All new models this
week, including plain Taffeta, all shades,
all Checks, shades Silk PetticoatsFive dozen silk Petticoats
made from best wearing quality Taffeta
Silk, iblue, red, brown, green, white and
blackskirt that equals
many $7.50 values, for
Kid gloves, pique oroverseam for men,
women and children
Dayton Special in Serges, handsome
mixtures, plain or bloomer trousers,
linedactually worth w f\f\
$6.00- Special Satur- V* (J(J
Youths' Long Trouser Suits that
have style and fit W& -w f\gm
like custom tailor- }r\ a r% i i
Boys' Caps, Waists, Shirts,
Pajamas, and a handsome
assortment of neckwear at
Toilet WaterMany odors
most celebrated brands,
50c bottles for
Bright Basement Saturday Specials. |TM*lJ!r
OUTSIDJE ENTRANCESEVENTH AND NICOLLET. ***wcffiui WON* \J
Laundry Soap, Santa Claus, Rode Queen or Milkyway, 10 bars for 2 5c
with a 50c purchase or over in Basement Saturday.
Japalac revivfes old woodwork furniture, floors, etc, from 75c to 15c
Enamel Floor Paint will dry a hard, glossy finish over night. Special,
Peifection House Paint, a first-class paint at a low price, gal ..98c
Star Enamel Paint in small cans 15c and lc
Electric Wall Paper Cleaner, ready for use ....13c
Bicycle Sundries, a complete assortment, all priced low
Inner Tubes, good quality, warranted 75c
International Warranted Single Tube Bicycle Tires, worth $5 00 pair
each $1.9 8
International Heavy Thread "Puncture Proof Tires, a high-grade tire,
worth $7 00 pair each $2.49
Baldw m's Bicycle Chains, cheap at $1 25, 'onlj 85c
A. good Padded Bicycle Saddle, only 980 and 6 9c
A pair Leather Handle Bar Grips, only lOtf
A good Bicycle Sprocket Lock 10c ^v
Bicycle Oil Cans 5 24-tooth Lawn Rakes, only 35
A CQ Bicycle Cement Tube 3 Good Steel Garden Hoe 19c*
Garden Rakes, 12-toOth, only.. 19c Good Steel Shovel or Spade... 49cfl,
A Splendid Display of Easter Plants and Flowers^ (&*& the popular New mower section.)
THBSB AND OTHER PLANTS: THESE AND OTHER CUT FLOWERS:
Easter Lillies, Azalias, Hydrangeas, Hyacinths, Primroses, etc. Roses, Carnatioas, Tulips, Jonquils, Lilacs, Violets, etc.
YOUR PLOWER ORDERS POR EASTER WILL BE PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
Beautiful Wash Collar and
Cuff Sets, La Venise -Lace
Stocks, Embroidered Linen
Turn over, with eyelet, dainty
laee trimmed collar and cuff
sets, beaded stocks an ex
quisite line val- ^y
ues up to 35c. wC
Beautiful Silk and Wash
Stocks, Brodeiie Anglaise
Valenciennes lace trimmed
collar and cuff sets, Point
Gaze Lace "Stocks and Sets,
and dozens of other novelties
in Easter neckwear. Values
up to 75c.
Clothing for the Boy
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
Boys' Norfolks, Two-Piece and
Blouses, all wool trousers, lined,
seams taped and fit w f\f\
perfectly, regular 2S4AW
price $5, special Sat.
Reefers 2J to 10 yr*. just received,
in handsome gray mixtures and blue
serges, perfect fitting sh f\/f\
and sell regularly at i
$6.50, special Sat.... P*JU\J
Boys' stout suits, 12 to 17 years,
plain or fancy.
In Colors and Shapes That are Correct.
150Styles at $3.50
A Pew Specials at $4.
Remember Sorosis Shoes hold their shape,
therefore always look well.
Children's Easter Shoes, Oxfords
We have all the new things and can please you O fkf\
both in style and price, SOc to /)0 1/1/
$3.00 Dugan & Hudson hand sewed dress, and
street boots. Saturday's special ftO O EZk
FREE==Bathasweet Rice Powder==FREE
Bathasweet Rice Powder is to the skin what Bathasweet Powder is to the
bath, a luxury. By arrangements made with the manufacturer, we are en-
abled to give absolutely free one 25c box of Eice Powder with every 25c
purchase at our Drug Department.^ Our low price, high quality standard
is ever maintined,
the of Imported Castile Soap, half-pound
cake, white or, O^,
POSSIBLE EFFORT has been made to make Saturday's shopping a real pleasure and
convenience. Many competent salesladies for the day, assuring reasonably prompt
service. We have been so fortunate in our selections of garments this spring, that a ready fit is
the rule rather than exception. This will be taken into consideration by those who have not yet
made a selection. Will it be convenient to come in the morning
$2T 50 find $2% Fifty selected suits from several lots of the most
VAi.UV ClUU tP^U
garmentsdinnthe house-Saturday Slilt Sale and $27.50 values, place i 1 tot for choice
Covert Tan JacketsCome here Saturday
for your Easter Coat. We show a large
assortment of short waist garments,
thereby avoiding the necessity of alter
ations and delay. Prices -g f\f\
$8.95, $9.50, $10.00,
$12.00 and %pRIS\J\J
Children's White DressesConfirmation
white dresses for girls, ages 8 to 14 years,
made from sheer white lawn, nicely trim
med with lace inser
tion. Prices $2.50, $3.50,
$5.00, $7.50, $10 to
DESIGNERS have clever
fashioned some of the prettiest
hats that we have ever owned, designed
them foi beauty and for wear, with
an individuality that is nicely denned
There is no need of paying more for
your Easter hat than
$5, $7.50, $10, $15
displays are complete and eharm-
W are showing some-bewitching styles
In Imported and New^&ork models
$18.00 to $35.00
For the Little^Daughter
By far the largest and finest display
ever made, all at reasonable
Children's JacketsWe have made big
preparations to take care of the patrons
that visit this growing department. The
little folks have not been forgotten for
Easter wearing apparel.
Coats for $3.95, $5.00,
$7.50, $10 to
Before you buy come and see our large assortment
of first and second quality switches, priced reasonT
ably. Private Parlors for Shampooing. Manicuring, Halrdreaslnz,
Facial Massage and Electrolysis.
Leather Hand Bags
Complete showing of. the latest improved handles,
%lack, green and brown two and d*l 4Q
three-piece fittings, at V^-* TrO
:ii Mounted Back Combs in amber and shell, plain gilt
bands, floral and conventional designs, brilliants and
gilt with settings many new patterns A fir*
have arrived this week. 25c
50cBrown and. Tan, to wear with low shoes allover,
lace boot and plain lisle, silk finish lisles a tZf\g^f
most comprehensive' assortment eJ\JC
for $1.00Hermsdorff dye black cotton hose,
real Maco, split foot, spliced heel and t*i f\f\
toe, 35c three pairs for %pi .UU
Ladies' Fancy Hose in every desirable shade, beauti
ful embroidery designs, in fine lisles and silks,
April 21, 1905.
Children's Box Coatsff lengths these
are entirely new, received Thursday
made from fancy mix
tures and tan covert
Novelty Belts in white, black, brown, blue, green and
combination colors, each belt having an originality
that stamps it among this season's 7 %f)
favorites. 98c to %f U\J
75c, $1.25, $2, $3.25, $5
1,000 skeins Best Embroidery Silk one of the very
best brands worth 4c per skein.
Saturday, skein C/
Linen Pillow Tops, Dutch designs, very popular quan
tity limited value, 59c. For one day JOc*
choice of four designs
Expert Stamping and Designing. Free Lessons.
We have secured a quantity,of Ladies' Egyptian Cot
ton Oneita Union Suits, buttoned across chest. These
garments are perfect fitting, in weights for spring and
summer use ecru color. Betail regularly at $1.50. A
few oil spots on these garments, which ~*.QQsv
will wash out. Price, each...-. Ot
Appropriate Easter Gifts
Easter Cards, Booklets, Souvenirs
Book Section and Statibnery Dept.
Under muslins: a Feature.
Special Values for Saturday.
Choice of 10 styles in $1.25 petticoats. Saturday, each 89
Extra quality cambric drawers embroidery, flounces, *&,
worth $1.25. Saturday '93
Selected corset covers, daintily trimmed, $1.25. Saturday.. .rJS8c
Cambric cover, trimmed with ribbon and lace, 25c. Saturday. .19c
Good muslin underskirt, tucked flounce, 50c. Saturday ./39c
Muslin gowns, empire yoke, embroidery finish, 75c. Saturday 55c
Cambric chemise, plain or lace finish, 75c. Saturday. J. fi*.. .50c
Polka dot Percale, keep-u-clean aprons,-$1, Saturday/.,^.... .25c
CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY RE
PORTS, PRESENTED AT ANNUAL
MEETING, MAKE AN EXCEL
The annual meeting of the Children's
Home society of ^Minnesota was held
yesterday afternoon at the Jean Mar
tin Brown home in St. Anthony Park.
The reports'made an excellent showing
for the work. The society cared for
288 children during the year, 56 more
than in the preceding year. There are
now 38 children in the home. Since the
organization of the society, in 1889,
there have been 2,283 children cared
The beautiful new home of the so
ciety has been improved this year by
the addition of a combination gas and
electric lighting plant, the gift of Cap
tain John Martin, who presented the
building to the society. The receipts
of the year have been $17,500 and there
is a balance in the treasury of over
The following were elected for the
ensuing three years to the board of
directors: W. J. Dean, Mrs. E A.
Russell, Rev. E. O. Stone, Carl Brown
and Bev. E. P. Savage of Minneapolis
Rev. C. A. Hultkranz, General W. B.
Bend and E. J. Johnson of St. Paul
A. W. Bradley and C. A. Duncan 01
Duluth. Judge J. O. Pierce was elected
to take the place left vacant by the
removal of E. W. Shurtleff.
The officers were re-elected as fol
lows: President, Rev. R. N. Adams of
Minneapolis vice president, D. R.
Noyes of St. Paul honorary vice pres
idents, Cyrus Northrop of Minneapolis,
John of Minneapolis, J. Ellsin-
St. Paul, Ward Ames and Colonel
Grave of Duluth recording sec
retary, Rev. E. P. Savage treasurer,
W. G. Geery of St. Paul legal coun
selor, Daniel Doty of St. Paul.
TWO FINISHED ARTISTS
They Will Appear Tuesday Evening at
The Upham-D'Arnalle recital at Plym
outh church, Tuesday evening, promises
to be a delightful affair. Mrs. Upham
will be remembered by Minneapolis
music lovers as Miss Helen1
beautiful voice and charming personali
ty won for her many admirers during
her residence here. Mr. 'Arnalle is a
barytone of acknowledged excellence, a
pupil of Demuth of the royal opera in
This recital is given under the
auspices of the Men's club of Plymouth
church to raise funds pledged to Alden
Clark for the promotion of his work
among the boys in India. Tickets are
now on sale at the Metropolitan Music
company's box office.
RECEIVED BIG ORDER
Minneapolis Firm Will Supply Smelter
Plant to Mexican Miners.
The Greene Gopper company of Can
anea, Sonora, Mex., has ordered a fully
equipped smelter plant from tie Min
neapolis Steel & Machinery company.
This includes all the* steel work neces
sary to such a plant, including a re
verbatory furnace, ore bedding plant,
etc. Seven, hundred and fifty tons of
steel will be used, at a cost of about
$90 a ton.
The management of the company
feels highly complimented over the suc
cess of the comparatively young in
stitution in drawing foreign business
to the city.
HER WISH GRATIFIED
Woman Supposed to Be Dying Sees
Her Daughter Married.
Lying on a sickbed from which the
doctors said that she would never re
cover, Mrs. Frances Hewes McMichael,
475 Laurel avenue, St. Paul, listened
Wednesday night to the marriage cer
emony of her daughter Eunice to Fred
erick N. Einch, chief assistant to Gen
eral Mankger Harry J. Horn of the
Northern Pacific. Rev. Theodore Sedge
wick was the officiating clergyman.
The young people have been lovers
since childhood and have been engaged
for a year. When Mrs. McMichael fell
ill and her life was despaired of, it
was decided that the marriage should
take place immediately, in order that
the mother might know that her daugh
ter would be cared for.
The announcement is now made that
Mrs. McMichael is somewhat improved
and some hope is held of her recovery.
Pending the recovery the couple will
forego the usual wedding trip.
Philippine Veterans Plan for Memo
rial Day and State Meeting.
Members of Camp A. R. Patterson,
No. 1, Minnesota society, Army of the
Philippines, met last night and made
arrangements to take an active part
in the Memorial Day celebration. Plans
were also laid for the annual meeting
of the state society to be held either
in Minneapolis or in Lake City. The
following delegates were elected: F.
T. Corriston, David E. Ehle, E. G. Jones,
Henry O. Johnson, Ed T. Portier, Don
F. Fitz Gerald, John E. Karro, L. P.
Burlingham, James C. Hogan, Charles
E. De Laine, Fred J. Podas, Harry B.
Horan, Otis G. Bates and General C.
John E. Karro was elected chaplain
of the local camp place of C. H.
Law, who has left the city.
SOME CHINESE PROBLEMS
Dr. Iyenaga Will Discuss Them Tonight
at Unitarian Church.
The capacity of China to reform Her
self, the influence of foreign elements
upon China, the question, of ''Spheres
of Influence" will all be discussed by
Dr. Toyokichi Iyenaga in his lecture to
night at the^ First Unitarian church,
and a conclusion drawn as to the key to
the solution of this problem.
Dr. Iyenaga gives four more lectures
in the Stanley Mall course on "Strug-
and Problems of the Far East."
'h dates are tonight, April 28, May
5 and May 12.
SUPPER BY NATIVE SONS.
The Native Sons of Minnesota expeot a
large attendance at their supper In Don
aldson's tearooms Friday evening, April
28. Addresses will be made by Governor
Johnson, Mayor Jones, E. W. Randall and
the president, Dr. W. B. Leonard. Early
Minnesota scenes will be shown in stere
opticon views by Edward J. Bromley.
Plans will be outlined for a territorial cel
ebration at Fort Snelling next September.
Now Is the Time
To look up your summer vacation trip.
The Northern Pacific offers the grandest
excursion trip in, the world including
the Yellowstone National Park, the
Lewis & Clark exposition at Portland,
and the, ocean trip to Alaska a'tfd the
See Mr. .F. McNeil, City Ticket
Agent Northern Pacific Railway, No. 1$
Nicollet House block, for particulars.
Every Tuesday^ during April the
Northern Pacific railway
one-way Settlers' Excursion1
Estate^p*r Offers today a most profit-'
able and stable field of in
vestment. Minneapolis real
estate is steadily growing in
value. It is only necessary to
take a short drive about the
city to be convinced of a
wonderful building growth.
Homesgood homes, too
are going up everywhere.
jOffice buildings, stores and
Bats are being built. Con
tractors and builders are
J)usy, real estate dealers are
busy, makers of building
materials are busy.
Too low, many experts
say. Lots and houses will
never be bought at such low
prices again. Now is the
logical time to buy for a
home or an investment. The
opportunity is here and
should be taken advantage
omts.in Minnesota,and North Dakota
at City Ticket Offiee, No. 19 Nicol
let House block, Minneapolis, Minn.
Will contain several pages
devoted to opportunities in
Minneapolis. There will be
valuable suggestions for the
man who wants a home and
the man who wants an in-
vestment. Leading real
estate dealers of the city will
offer scores of genuine bar
gains in all parts of the city.
There should be no hesita
tion^ in looking them up and