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LACE COLLARS and HANDKERCHIEFS.
PRETTILY BOXED TOILET WATERS
RUSSIAN CHOCOLATES I N DECORATED
BOXES. IMPORTED BASKET S.
LOUISE H. MORTON,
Table Dainties and Novelties.
Both Phones. 820 Nicollet Avenue.
Pieplant, 5 lbs, 4c.
Wax Beans per lb., 9c.
String Beans, per lb., 9c.
Asparagus, per bnncn, 5c.
Soinach, per pk.. 9c.
White Potatoes, per bu., 28c.
New Potatoes, per pk, 33c.
Cucumbers, home grown, 9c.
Butter, Valley Creamery, jars, $1.14.
Best Lard, per lb., 8c.
Evaporated Cream, per can, 7c.
Sweet Corn, per can, 6c.
Standard Tomatoes, per can, 8c.
Mustard Sardines, large cans, 7c.
Alaska Salman, per can, 9c.
Brackett 's Best Flour, per bag, $3.
Pickwick Coffee, a famous blend
of Mocha and Java, per lb, 27c.
Choice Cevlon Tea, per lb., 42c.
Tet lev's Tea, 1-lb. tins, 44c.
Rumford's Baking Powder, can, 23c.
Corn Starch, 1-lb. pkg., 4c.
Nutmegs, per oz., 3c.
MONARCH SOAP, 10 LARGE BAR3
30C. Bluing or Ammonia, qt. bottles, 6c.
Parlor Matches, per doz., 9c.
Clothes Pius, 6 'doz., oe.
California Port Wine, 5 years old,
absolutely pure, per gal., $1.00.
$1.23 Hunter Rye, 95c.
,50c Grape Juice, 38c.
$1.50 Scotch High Ball Cream, $1.05.
Household goodi a specialty. un
equaled facilities and lowest rate*.
Picking by c-xpevienced men.
But Transfe & storage Co. 46 So. 3rt St
u*ia AIM,, hntti asohanaaa.
513-517 Nicollet Av.
A Complete Showing of
Late Symnnier ArrivaBs
At Attractive Prices
Ladies who up to the present time
have not found just what they wante 1
in a street of dressy gownfrom either
their private maker or elseAvhere
will be amply repaid if they see the
distinctive, and exclusive models we
have just received.
Tlhiree-Qiuiarter Length Suits
Fitted or Loose Backs.
Shown in the derby grays and checks, Brilliantine and
$2950 and $35/00 worth $45.00 and $55 00
fabricslight and dark colorsdemi
The smartest things in Europe for white gowns and shirt
Paquin striped Leather Belts
Bodice Kid Belts
Brighton polka dot Belts
Crushable Kid and Silk Belts
Hand Embroidered Linen Belts
Tailor Linen Belts
Crushed Taffeta Belts
Do not miss seeing our Leather Belts,
Specially priced at $1.00
$3250 Worth $55.00
Choice of 100 suits, fancy checks,
Panama, Broadcloth and Cheviots
regularly worth $45.00, $50.00 and $55.00.
A wonderful choice, $25.00
'trade pullers." We do not try to avd
and prices with others, but, on thecontrary,
portunity of demonstrating the superi
of our stock of up-to-date House Furnishings.
for estimating, nor do we hold any
estimate is submitted, you are not satisfied
for you, besides giving you original
oi a compari-
sr styles, qual-
claim to your
711-713 Nicollet Av.
Glasses received by mail remounted
and returned by mail. _____
604 NICOLLET AVE., (near Sixth St. So.,) MINNEAPOLIS.
NEW YORK. ST. PAUL. PARIS.
breakage 50 to 75 per
cent. It absolutely
prevents the loosening of
lens-screws. It is not
visibly different from the
usual mountings is ap
plied to new or old
glasses at slight cost.
For men, women and children1
makes hair growpurely a veget
ab'r prejiritiouon trial con
vince'!: 10e each six *bags for'
50 coiitb Post prepaid anywhere.
Send for free sample. I
|i MISS WANOUS, Druggist,
720 Ni30llet avenue, Minneapolis.
A SKIN OP BEAUTY I S A JOY FOREVER.
FELIX GOURATTD'S ORIENTAL
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Removes Tan, Plmples.Freciles,
Moth Patches, Sash, and Skin
diseases, and every blemish
lefles detection. It
LOS stood the test
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taste it to be suro
IJis properly made.
Accept no counter-
feit of similar
name. Dr. L. A.
Sayre said to a
lady of the hntit-
ton (a patient):
'As you ladles
will use them, 1
as the least harmful of all the skin preparations."
For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers
in the XT. S., Canada*, and Europe.
FERU. T. HOPKINS, Prop'r, 37 Great Jones St N. V.
FOB YOUNG WOMEN, Auburndale. Mass.
Lasell has ideas and methods concerning the
training of git Is that make it an extraordinary
The hands andxthe
body are trained with the
mind Courses iu Domestic Economy and Ap
plied Housekeeping, Lessons in Sewing Cook
ing, Dress Cutting, Millinery, Home Sanitation,
Conversation and Walkingall without extra
cost. Special advantages in Music and Art 10
miles frqjn Boston. Write for catalogue.
C. C. BH.A6D0N. riiwiti.
Thursday Evening, THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
peas. Miss Elizabeth Yerxa, the maid
of honor, was in
soie and hers
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Collet Camp
bell of Crawfordsville, Ind., have issued
invitations for the marriage of their
daughter, Florence, to George Ross Mc
Bride of this city, which will take
place at their home, College Hill. Thurs
day evening, June 8. Mr. and Mrs.terpretation
McBride will be at home in Huron,
S. D., after July 1.
The wedding of Miss Ora Belle Mas
ters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "William
A. Masters, and Henry Norton will
take place at the home of the bride
Walnut Grove, Minn., Thursday eve
ning, June 1.
Miss Leota Tredwav, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. S. Tredway, and Joseph
M. Robeson will be married this evening
in the Western Avenue M. E. church.
The wedding of Miss Mollie Simp
son and Edward Byrnes will take place
Tuesday morning, June 20, at 9 'clock,
in the'Immaculate Conception church.
Mrs. John D. Barrett gave a lunch
eon for Miss Simpson this afternoon
at Donaldson's tearooms, and American
Beauty roses furnished a pretty table
decoration. Yesterday afternoon Mrs.
John T. Hoy gave a quilting party for
the bride at her home on Fifth street
SE. The rooms were bright with spring
flowers. There were ten guests.
Epsilon chapter of the Alpha Phi so
rority will hold its annual banquet at
Donaldson's tearooms Thursday eve
ning, June 1.
Miss Frances Thayer and Miss Anna
Laurie Lewis will give a morning re
ception Saturdav for Miss Agnes Gris
wold at the home of Miss Thayer on
Mount Curve avenue.
Dr. and Mrs. Edward J. Clark will
entertain at caTdB this evening for Miss
.Etta McCabe and Dr. Harry G. Irvine,
whose wedding will take place next
week. There will be about forty guests.
The university senior class plav will
monopolize interest Saturday evening,
and society as well as college will be
represented in the throng that is sure
to fill the Metropolitan theater. There
will be any number of parties made up
""Gamma girls will have a box. "The
Delta Gammas have a special interest
in "The Pledgling," for the plot, as
has been acknowledged at last, con
cerns a real incident that happened to
the local chapter. The Phi Kappa Psis
and the Alpha Phis are also planning
box parties, and President Northrop,
with a distinguished group of guests,
will occupy one of the boxes. The class
play has grown to be an interesting
feature of commencement season until
even people who have little to do with
the university look forward to the per
formance and its amusing picture of
The senior class of the Central high
school will give its last social tomor
row evening in Elks' hall.
The senior class of the South high
school will give a dancing party to
morrow evening in the Phoenix club,
Mrs. Frank Cudworth gave an in
formal card party this afternoon at her
home on Laurel avenue for Miss Jes
sie Mclvor. The guests numbered about
a dozen and hearts were played.
Mrs. A. E. Booth gave a luncheon at
Donaldson's tearooms this afternoon
for a June bride. Miss Bertha Kamrar.
A duster of dark-red roses was in the
center of the table and a second clus
ter marked the bride's place.
Miss Sophia E. Tracy and Frank
Meier were married Saturday. Eev.
Charles S. Davis read the service.
Miss Mae E. Stanton and Clifford
Snow were married last even'ing at the
home of the bride. 2432 Oakland ave
nue. Rev. G. L. Morrill read the serv
ice in the, presence of the members of
Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. John B.
Schwend celebrated the tenth anniver
sary of their marriage at their home
on Elliot avenue, by entertaining thir
ty-five guests Lilacs, tulips and other
spring flowers decorated the parlors and
reception hall, and pink and white car
nations were in the diningroom. A
musical program was given bv Miss
Clara EiseFe, Harold and Florence
Schwend. Seward Winter and A. E. Mc
Lean and Dr. Dexter D. Bacon recited.
Miss ^Sara Eisele 'served frappe. and
Mmes. Charles Mayer, Dexter Bacon
and Willis Tuller and Mies Sophie
Eisele assisted thru the rooms." it
The Et a Epsilon sorority of the Cen
tra r^Wtrh se"nro anrl an ennsil tnimher
social leader fiT**
The marriage of Miss Rebecca Van
Cleve and Rev. John H. Nicoll of Thief
River Falls, Minn., was solemnized last
evening in Andrew Presbyterian church.
Unusual interest centered in the wed*
ding as the young couple will leave in
the fall to enter the foreign missionary
field. The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Van Cleve and a grand
daughter of Mrs. Charlotte Van Cleve,
so well known to old settlers. The bride
groom was formerly pastor of Andrew
The decorations were charmingly sim
ple and the church was a bower of
spring blossoms arranged against a
background of palms and ferns. Miss
Anna Louise Woodcock played Men
delssohn's "Spring Son g" on the violin
just before the bridal party entered,
and Miss Mary E. Felton sounded The
Pilgrims' Chorus," from "Tann
hauser," as a processional. The ushers
were H. Van Cleve, Elmer Bisbee,
Howard Hare and Robert T. Chute. The
bridesmaids, Misses Emily Hyde, Alma
Pennock, Emily Leonard and Louise
Leavenworth, wore white gowns
trimmed with Valenciennes lace, and _. ,d
carried shower bouquets of pink sweet Mrs F. A*"'zelgn_an, "4*16 "Tenth
flowers pink and
white sweet peas. Little Grace Van
Cleve, the flower girl, wore a fluffy
white frock and carried a basket of the
sweet peas. The bride entered alone.
Her gown was of white Paris muslin,
fashioned with Valenciennes lace. Her
veil was caught with orange blossoms,
and her bouquet was of lilies of the val
Mr. Nicoll and his best man, Rev.
Robert Clark Young of Lisbon, N. D.,of
met the bride at the altar and the serv
ice was read by Rev. Charles F. Hub
bard. The Mendelssohn wedding march
was played as the bridal party left the
The service was followed by a recep
tion in the church parlors, which had
been decorated with palms and ferns
and white flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Nicoll
were aided in receiving by Mr. and Mrs.
Van Cleve and Mr. Hubbard. Frappe
was served by Misses Van Cleve, Kate
Nicoll, Miriam Clark and Esther Chap
man, while a group of the church women
assisted thru the rooms.
Mr. Nicoll and his bride went east
on their wedding trip and they will be
at home after July 1 at Thief River
of youn'g men enjoyed a May party Fri
day evening in Mrs. Noble's hall. The
decorations were in the sorority colors
and May flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Trax
ler and Mr. and Mrs. Brandt chaperoned
the young people. The sorority girls
resent were Misses* Elsie Johnson,
Hill, Jessie Dorr, Marion Traxler,
Una and Ina McClatchie, Marjorie Gam
mons, Anne Marie Johnson, Rowena
Hoppock, Hazel Conkev, Marion Davies,
Helen Atwater, Mary Jones. Edith Mor
gan, Audrey Tlolman, Alice Palmer,
Verna Carrington, Gertrude McClatchie.,
Eva Hank, Florence Herthum, Florence
Cobb and Stella Nicoll.
There was a double wedding at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Holmes at
Welch, Minn. last week, when Miss
Selma S. Holmes was married to Her
man A. Anderson of Vasa, and Miss
Helma M. Holmes became the bride of
Edwin A. Johnson of Minneapolis.
Misses Lydia Holmes and Lillie John
son- were the bridesmaids, aqd Carl An
derson and Fred Holmes attended the
bridegrooms. The brides were gowned
in white silk and the bridesmaids
were in blue. The service was read
by Rev. C. A Barr. A wedding dinner
for forty guests followed, and the tables
were decorated with violets and other
flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will
make their home in Vasa, while Mr. and
Mrs. Johnson will reside in St. Paul.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Minneapolis people at New York botelB are
as follows. Holland, Miss PartrMtre. G. A.
Partridge, Mrs. R. R. Rand. Marlborough..W. J.
CnaBe. Duluth. Continental, F. J. Dearlngs
Holland, J. Hertley.
Minneapolis court. No 22 Daughters of Co
lumbia, will give an lee cream social this eve
ning at the home of Mrs. W. Baxter, 219 Ninth
Fortuna Euchre club will bol the last meet
ing o^ the seasoi tomorrow afternoon. with
Sweet Clover hive. No 14, L. O. T. will
meet tomorrow evening in A. O. U. W. hall.
Mrs J. L. Truesdale of 2600 Seventeenth
aVenue S will entertain Star of the East hive,"
L. O. T. M., tomorrow afternoon.
Loyal lodge, No. 82. I), of H.. A. O. V. W.,
will give a card party Satuvdav evening at
the home of Mrs Tjcings, 614 Third avenue S.
Mrs. C. P. Ainsworth, 2633 First avenue S,
will entertain the ideal Euchre club tomorrow
Rev. Thomas McClary will return from New
York Monday He will deliver the Memorial
Day address in Benson Tuesday, and on June
8 he will give the commencement address at
Albert Lea M- McClary will deliver the Fourth
July oration at Mapleton.
Miss Bes&le Aurgeld of 619 Sixth avenue N
was pleasantly surprised Wednesday evening in
honor of her birthday anniversarj. The party
was arranged by Miss Betty Piterman, and
Miss Aungeld was presented with some hand
The Casino rolto skating rink will close Sat
urday evening with a party given after the
regular session by the Casino Military band.
The Journal Cadet band will also play, and
the affair promises to be one of the largest of
Mrs. Calvin P. Hunter and Mrs. George Single
ton will entertain the S. S. Card club tomorrow
afternoon lit the residence of Mrs. Hunter, 621
BEFORE THE PUBLIC EYE
A graduation recital was given last
evening in Johnson hall, by a group of
pupils of Gustavus Johnson of the John
son School of Music. The program
was by Misses Mabel Hanson, Jessa
mine Allen' and Pearl McKay. Miss
Hanson gave a Chopin number, with
Mr. Johnson at a second piano to fur
nish the orchestral parts, and her in
was a delightful surprise
to the audience. Miss Hanson has un
usual musical ability, and her 'numbers
roused her friends to enthusiasm. Miss
Allen gave the "Pathetique Sonate,"
by Beethoven, in a most pleasing* man
ner, and the numbers by Miss McKay
were also interesting.
A musical program will be given to
morrow evening in Como Congregation
The cantata, ''Grandpa's Birthday,"
will be given Monday evening in Trin
ity M. E. church by the third division
of the Ladies' Aid society. L. A. Will
sey will take the part of grandpa, and
others in the cast will be Florence
Greenwood, Melba Roberts, Ethelyn
Leonard, Esther Reiner, Bernice Ran
some, Merrill Sleeper, Julia Wolfgang,
Emma Leuer, Walter Campbell, Eu
genia Sleeper, Miley Willsey and a
chorus of children.
TWELVE FOR EACH PLACE
GREAT FIELD OF CANDIDATES
FOR APPOINTMENT ON GRAIN
BOARD OF APPEALS.
Of all the problems that have beset
him since' his election, the appoint
ment of the gram board of appeals is
giving Governor Johnson the greatest
concern. There aTe six places to fill
on this board and seventy-five appli
cations are in the governor's hands,
representing every section of the state
and every interest. Whatever selec
tion is made, there will be sixty-nine
disappointed applicants, whose friends
will oe convinced that the governor
has made a great mistake. The
13-14-15 puzzle does not begin to pre
sent so many possible combinations as
atfend keTerforma^r^ThTDerta the selection of six men out of thesionary
For one thing, the law requires that
both the Minneapolis and Duluth
boards, shall be bipartizan, so there can
not be more than four democrats ap
pointed to two republicans. The farm
ers must be represented, also the mill
ing and elevator interests. In the inMiss
terests of the service the governor can
not afford to name any but efficient
men, and for that reason great pains
are being taken to ascertain the quali
fications of each applicant. Hundreds
of letters are being received and* much
of the governor's time is taken with
meeting callers and reading correspond
ence on the subject. On account of
this great drain on his time and en
ergy, Governor Johnson is trying to
get the question settled. The appoint
ments will be for two years, beginning
Aug. 1, and the successful men will
draw a. salary of $3,000 a year.
The Northern Pacific will sell the
week-end Excursion tickets on May
27th, 28th, 29th and 30tb, good for the
return until May 31st. Call at City
Ticket Office, No. 19 Nicollet House
Block, for information on new trains to
Duluth Short Line Points.
Philadelphia Lawn Mowers,
BABY CAME NEAR DYING
From an Awful Skin Humor,
Scratched Till Blood Ran.
Wasted to a Skeleton.
SPEEDILY CURE NTICURA
Wkn three months old my boy
broke ut with an itching, watery
rash all ovpr his body, and he would
scratch till the blood ran. We tried
nearly everything, but he grew worse,
wasting to a skeleton, and we feared
he would die. He slept only when
in our arms. Thefirstapplication of
Cuticura soothed him so that he slept
in his cradle for the first time in
many weeks. One set ofCuticura
made a complete and permanent
cure, (signed) Mrs. M. C. Maitland,
ROYAL WILTON RUGS.
2 Rugs 10-6x10-6
7 Rugs 10-6x12
2 Rugs 10-6x13-6
8 Rugs 10-6x14
2 Rugs 11-3x15
SANFORD AXMINSTER RUGS.
10'Seamless 8-3x10-6 $30.00 $22. 50
3 Seamless 9x12 35.00 25. 00
16 Seamed 9x12 30.00 22. 50
BIGELOW AXMINSTER RUGS.
2 Rugs 8-3x10-6 $35.00 $27.50
2 Rugs 9x12 40.00 30. 00
ROYAL SAXONY RUGS.
4 Rugs 9x12 $47.50 $37. 50
CLUBS AND CHARITIES
Episcopal guild of Prospect Park, Mrs.
Detweiler 32 Orlin avenue, 2 p.m
nurses of Minnesota. mas3
meeting, Y. W. C. A. assembly hall,
Woman's Foreign Missionary society of
Highland Park Presbyterian church, Mrs.
W. P. Engle," 2415 East Upton avenue,
Frances Neal "W. C. T. U., mothers'
meeting, Mrs. Passage, 3244 Hennepin
avenue. 3 pm
Auxiliary of Gideons, Mrs. Arnold, 810
Fourth avenue S, 2:30 p.m.
Ladies' Aid soriety of Salem English
Lutheran church, Mrs. William Stevenson,
2201 Twenty-seventh avenue S, afternoon.
Women of Westminster church, church
lecture room. 3 p.m.
Methodist women, reception, Mrs. J. W.
Morrison, 2502 Pleasant avenue, 3 to 5
Tomorrow evening a mass meeting of
north Minneapolis citizens will be held to
consider the advisability of the Sunday
closing 'of saloons. The meeting will be
at the Fourth Baptist church, Eighteenth
and Dupont avenues N.
W. C. T. U. Medal Contest.
TKere were five contestants at the W.
C. T. U. gold medal contest in Trinity
M. E. church last evening, under the
auspices of the unions of the ^seven
teenth district. They were Russell
Quantity. 10 Rugs
37.50 35.00 45.00
Ethel Johnston, Virgini a
Newhall, Mabel. Mason and Hattie
Riley. Russell Chapman who recited
"The Vulture of Civilization,* was
awarded the medal, the second one heweek
has won within a vear. The judges
were J. D. Engle, Rev. L. A. Willsey
and Miss Taylor. Mr. Chapman will
contest for the diamond medal at the
state W. C. T. U. convention in this
city in September. The con'test was
the closing feature of the district W. C.
T. TJ. convention.
Miss Edna Cole of Bangkok, Siam,
speak before the women ox West
minster church tomorrow at 3 p.m. and
tell of her work in the foreign mis
The officers of the Minneapolis dis
trict of the Methodist Women's For
eign Missionary society will give a re
ception tomorrow afternoon at the home
of Mrs. J. W. Morrison, 2502 Pleasant
avenue, for Mrs. George Taylor, who
spent the winter in Mexico, and for
Winifred Spalding, a missionary
home from the Philippines.
Pure food laws are good. Burnett's Vanilla
is pure. Insist upon having Burnett's.
great "Nervine," "Dr. Laurit
zen's Malt tonic.-" At druggists' or
delivered to house. Phone, fC W., East
440 Twin City 13399.
By a very fortunate
purchase we are en
abled to place on sale
65 raincoats, in all sizes
from 32 to 44, in black,
brown, navy and re
seda mixtures they
are shirred at the
waist, shoulders and
cuffs, and trimmed with
velvet buttons collar
less would be cheap at
$12.50. Your choice..
ui a cnea at
Children'! Cotton 1-1
sizes 5 to 9, JJC
worth 15c, pair
The Old Reliable.
At a Time When Many Want Them
.Just as the Spring House-cleaning is about finished, many find that
the old rugs and carpets need replacing, therefore we make the fol-
lowing low prices at this time when our patrons can profit by them.
Again many are moving into their summer homes, and a new rug or
little fresh matting comes in good play for comfort and neatness.
Notice Our Reduced Prices.
FRENCH WILTON RUGS.
57.50 43. 50
BEST BODY BRUSSELS RUGS.
ROXBURY TAPESTRY BRUSSELS
4 Rugs 7x9 $13.50 $10.00
8 Rugs 9x12 22.50 165. 0
CHINA AND JAPAN MATTINGS.
25c Matting redueed to 20c a yard.
30c Matting reduced to 22^0 yard.
35c Matting reduced to 25c a yard.
50c Matting reduced to 35c a yard.
55c Matting reduced to 40c a yard.
60c Matting reduced to 40c a yard.
65c Matting reduced to 45c a yard.
75e Matting reduced to 50c a yard.
85c Matting reduced to 55c a yard.
IS NOT REQUIRED
Law Does Not Compel Dalles Com
missioner to Report.
There is no law requiring reports
from the commissioner in charge of
the Interstate park at the Dalles of
the St. Croix. This fact has been as
certained by inquiry into the complaint
filed with Governor Johnson, that no
statements of expenditures had been
made to the governor by the commis
sioner, George H. Hazzard.
The only check on the appropriation
is that of the state auditor, who signs
the vouchers presented by the com
missioner, and may look over the bills.
The law allows $300 for the commis
sioner's compensation and $400 for ex
Mr. and Mrs. Dooley have purchased the Fied
erick Pike residence at St. Anthony Park.
The Tuesday Card club meeting was postponed
to Fuday afternoon ad was at the home of Mr
and Mrs Clarence Lothman.
Mrs. George Wiley will entertain the Thursday
afternoon card club next week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Rock of Iglehart street have
gone to Chicago to reside.
Mrs S O. Cobb will entertain the Ladies' Aid
society of Olivet Congregational chuich tomor
The Ladies' Aid societj of the Presbyterian
church will hold an all-day meeting at their
churon parlor* tomorrow.
The first division of the Presbyterian Ladies'
society served a luncheon Tuesday at the home
of Mr. and Mr. Ogden of Igleb.art street
Misses Lyla Boot and Letta I'hippps have re
turned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. William
Phipps of Hudson.
Miss Lyla Boot goes to Faribault tomorrow for
Miss Letta Phipps gives a farewell party this
evening in honor ot Louis Billan, who leaves this
for ScheneHidy, N.
Miss Louls3 Watkins leaves next week 1o
spend the summei in New York city and vicinitj
Mrs. Lueretla Johnson is vlsltiug her sisters
in Water Vallej, Miss.
Mr. and Mrs. George Williamson have been
entertaining Mrs. C. M. Palmer with Misses
Jessie and Florence Falmer. who were returning
from a winter in the southern states to. Fargo.
Miss Janet McClnre is visiting Miss Genevieve
Williston in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lawes are occupying their
new borne. 1080 Marshall avenue.
Mrs. J. P. Adamson is spending a few davs
with Mr. and Mrs. Willis Pierce of Bald Eagle
Mrs. John Princell Is visiting in Frederick,
Mrs H. Haggerty goes to Winnipeg next
The Five Hundred Card tlub will be enter
tained Tuesday by Mrs Sherman.
Mrs C. S. Cowles of Carroll street has is
sued invitations for a ladies' card paity June 3.
Mrs S Cowles and Mrs. Harry Humason
will entertain a large companj at cards the
afternoon of June 1.
The Daughters of the King met Monday at
the home of Mrs A. S. Nash.
The Ladies' guild of St. Mary's Episcopal
church will meet tomorrow in the choirrooms.
Mrs. George Ten Broeck and Mrs. A O. Powell
attended the meeting of the Women's auxiliary
at Red Wing, Wednesday.
Mrs. D. Eastman. Mrs Ralph Eastman.
Mrs. Campbell, Mrs Frederiekson, Misses Eas^le.
Seymour. Stauffer and Hu\table were delegates
to the diocesan awtemblj of the Daughters of
the King, held at Holy Trinity Episcopal church,
Rev George Ten Broeck has been attending
commencement exercises of Seabury Divinity
school at Faribault this week.
TVK HEW STORE
Extra Specials for Friday Only
75c Dress Goods 25c yd.
50-inch all-wool can
vas cloths, guaranteed
all pure wool, in tans,
grays and navy blue
i it/c per
10pieces brocaded Silk,
black grounds with
small, neat whit* fig
50c per yard.
styles for kimonas.
ranted not to lint, 18
inches wide, regular
price 5c yard, t\-^
Gauze Drawers, just
right weight for now
worth 39c 1 JJJ
while they i^|f%|i
TAMI RUGS (for Porches and Sum
Quantity. Size. Price. Price.
4 Rugs 9x9 $6.00 $5.00
8 Rugs 7-6x10-6 9.00 7.5 0
12 Rugs 9x12 12.00 9.5 0
75 Rugs 2-6x5 1.25 1.00
85 Rugs 3x6 1.50 1.25
These Rugs come in beautiful
shades of blue, green, rose and red
and are especially adapted for bed
6x9 $12.75 $9.00
1-3x10-6 19.50 12.5 0
9x12 22.50 15.0 0
IMPERIAL SMYRNA RUGS.
6x9 $18.00 12.50
The Gabler piano dates back to
1854 and from that date to this
"Quality" has been the ambition
of the Gabler .family. The success
they have achieved is evidenced
by the esteem in which the pianos
are held now.
Look at them todayask your
grandfather what they were in his
41-43 South Sixth Street.
ToothPowder Cleanses and beautifies the
teeth and purifies the breath.
Used by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century.
Very convenient for tourists.
What I Can Do.
CAN improve the condition of your
ataD, hair or ecalp and correct all
irregularities of features.
By m, home treatment *rinkles,
0^^ blackheads and oil facial blem
A nhes can bt .emoved. Wnte for
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183 State 3t. Chicago
Englteh Torchon Laces
2 to 5 inches wide,
200 styles to choose
from, worth from,
8c to 15c yard-
pers, etc, worth
7c yard, extra
sale of odd lot, all
rCrids, all sizes, white
worth to $1,
Muscatine Shell Hat
Pins, in pink, w.hite
shades,value 19c. *IJ