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CLUBS AND CHARITIES
Froebel club, Churclx of
deemer kindergarten room,
Linden Hills Study club, Mrs. Frank
Mead, 4105 Park boulevard, 2:30 p.m.
The executive meeting of the
Woman's Foreign Missionary society oi
the Minneapolis presbvtery, Westmin
ster church parlors, 3 p.m.
Plans for the Biennial.
A meeting of the local biennial
board was held Friday afternoon to
talk over further plans for the meet
ing of the General Federation of
Women's clubs in St. Paul in Juno.
Mrs. W. M. Liggett has been elected
second vice president of the board in
place of Mrs. A. Tt. McGill, who re
signed, and Mrs. E. C. Stringer has
been made assistant corresponding sec
retary. A state advisory board, com
posed of former presidents and vice
presidents at large, was appointed, as
follows: Miss Margaret Evans, North
field Mrs. Lydia Phillips Williams,
Minneapolis Mrs. E. M. La Pftnotiere.
Minneapolis Mrs. Frank Allen, Dodge
Center: Mrs. Washburn, Duluth Mrs.
W. B. Mitchell, St. Cloud Mrs. Welsh.
Fergus Falls, and Mrs. Tomlinson of
St. Peter, general federation secretary.
An elaborate Thanksgiving party
was given Fridav evening for the Riv
erside kindergarten. Two large rooms
were required to accommodate the chil
dren as the present enrollment is 106.
The rooms were darkenod and the
lights were shaded with orange and
white. There was an artistic arrange
ment of vegetables in the center, and
around this the long tables were ar
ranged in the form of a maltese cross.
Napkins, oonfections and animal crack
ers were of orange and white. There
were dainty pockets of the same col
ors made by the children themselves to
hold popcorn. Old-fashioned Thanks
iving games were substituted for the
indergarten plays. Mrs. Susan Morse,
the director of the kindergarten, has
for her associates Misses Matilda John
son, Adele Stevenson, Helen Oorrigan,
Helen Stevens and May Brannen, all of
St. Paul, and Misses Blanche Hewitt,
MaTgaret Janney and Ruth Dunwoody
of Minneapolis.'AH these young ladies
were present to contribute to the suc
cess of the Thanksgiving party.
Theosophical Society Beception.
The Minneapolis branch of the The
osophical society will have an open
meeting and reception Wednesday even
ing' at 410 Dayton building. Misses
Helen Blacklin, M. A. Godfrev, Mmes.
A. O. Ellison and E. V. H., Laird form
the committee in charge of arrange
ment. Mr. Rowell will explain the col
ored charts of "thought forms" and
vocal and instrumental numbers will
be given by Charles S. Laird, William
Hanscome, Misses Mary Laird, Mabelle
fYost, Grace Golden, McLean and Thomp
Social Clubs and Lodges.
Lizzie M. Rice circle will meet to
morrow evening with Mrs. Pickett, 622
East Seventeenth street, when officers
will be elected. The circle will give a
cinch party Wednesday afternoon in
stead of Thursday, with Mrs. Warham,
8454 Nicollet avenue.
The T. J. G. club met Friday evening
with Miss Amelia Pletzine of Sixteenth
avenue N. A guessing^ contest was an
amusement and Miss Mae Carter woir
the favor. Light refreshments were
Minneapolis chapter No. 9, O. E. S.,
will have a thimble bee Wednesday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. Louise L.
Johnson, 2005 Second avenue S.
Hennepin court No. 2, Royal Ladies,
met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Thomas
A. Clark, 59 Lyndale avenue N. There
were about 50 members present and the
afternoon was spent in sewing and mak
ing Christmas presents for the charity
work of the order.
John Rea circle, Ladies of the G.
A. R., will meet with Mrs. J. J. Fetter,
2486 Hiawatha avenue, Tuesday after
Harmony chapter, No. 8, O. E. S.,
will have a thimble bee Friday after
noon at the residence of Mrs. Ralph
lYoung, 724 Third avenue SE.
The Roosevelt Cinch club met with
Mrs. Root Tuesday. Prizes were won
by Mmes. Catlin and Anderson. Mrs.
Gallogher will be the next hostess at
her home, 524 Irving avenue N.
The Thirteenth Precinct Republican
club will give a card and dancing party
Wednesday evening in the hall, 622
Fremont avenue NV
The members of the Enterprise So
cial club met at the home of Mrs.
Maria Johnson, 2914 Fourteenth avenue j^ry case repoTteXthe TeVetaiy
S. Tuesday afternoon, for the purpose
of preparing dinners for needy and de
serving families on Thanksgiving day
Twenty-two baskets were filled to over
flowing with substantial food, many
delicacies were added, and a nice
large chicken found a place in the top
of every one. The next meeting will
be held Dec. 14 at 2708 Fifteenth ave-.
Dovre society meets with Miss I.
Bigelow, 1819 Sixteenth avenue S,
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Mrs. Black will give a benefit card
party at her home, 1123 Fifth street N,
The Nasturtium Euchre club will
meet this week with Mrs. Broekett,
8325 Bryant avenue S. Prizes were
won last week by Mmes. M. Matthews,
Gowdery and Cass.
The "Union Card club will meet with
Mrs. S. Smith, 527 Seventh street SE,
The members of the Recreation club
entertained their husbands Monday
evening at the first of a series of par
ties to be given during the winter.
Mrs. A. N. Dahl and Mrs. Ernest Cole
were the hostesses and received at the
home of Mrs. Dahl on Grand avenue.
Progressive games proved an enjoyable
amusement, prizes were awarded to
Mrs. Allan Hines and Mrs. E. E. Mac
Gill. Water-colored turkeys were giv
en as favors, and a dainty repast was
served. Mrs. Gray will be the hostess
at the next regular meeting. Mmes.
H. Levin, A. A. Hine and HT G. Leitz
will entereain the club at a dancing
party Christmas week at the Stratford
Loyal lodge No. 22, D. of H., will
give a card party at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred.Howard, 115 E Fifteenth
fitreet, Thursday evening.
Fern lodge No. 76, D. of H., will
give a dance and card party tomorrow
evening in A. O. U. W. hall on Seventh
The Snowflake club met last week
with Mrs. Linsmayer. Mmes. J. Kleif
gen, Bengard and J. Kunz won prizes.
Mrs. Math Kunz of 1814 Jackson street
N E will be hostess tomorrow.
Harwood hive No. 23, L. O. T. M.,
will hold its regular review in B. A.
hall, Lake street and Nicollet avenue.
North Star temple No. 12, R. S.,
will hold an important meeting Wednes
day at 2 p.m. in K. P. hall, Seven
Corners. Officers will be elected and
annual business transacted.
The Donare club will meet with Mrs.
E. Carlson, 2113 Hion avenue, tomorrow
Columbia circle No. 7,dLadies of the
G. A. R., will *gi
a car party at the
home of Miss Lura C. McKinzie, 2721
Nicollet avenue, Tuesday evening.
Floral hive, L. O. T. M., will have its
SOCIAL CLUBS IN AND NEAH THE
tomorrow annual election pf officers
evening in McElroy hall.
The Merry Cinch club met Fridaf
evening at the home of Mr, and Mrs.
E. P. Lovgell. Prizes were won by Mrs.
Carlston and Messis. Diddy and Carls
ton. The next meeting will be held with
Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Wright, 336 East
Mrs. J. Moody entertained the Linden
Cinch club Friday evening at her res
idence, 4281 Sheridan avenue S. Prizes
were won by Mr. and Mrs. Gleason. Mrs.
Costello and Mr. Moody.
New D. A. R. Chapter.
The Josieh Edson chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion of Northfield received its charter
last evening at a gathering at the
home of Mr?. Grant Sronson. The chap
tor -was organized while Mrs. William
Liggett was state regent, and Mrs.
rtar ft t'tx'tx-fTv JV
MRS. W. M. LIGGETT,
Who Presented the Charter to the
New Josiah Edson Chapter of North- v.
2 field, Yesterday.
Liggett and Mrs. John E. Bell, the
present state legent, went down yes
terday afternoon to take part in the
program. Mrs. Liggett presented the
charter and spoke of the work of the
daughters. The Josiah Edson chapter
is a branch of the Charter Oak chapter
of Faribault and the Faribault Daugh
ters and their husbands went to North
field in the afternoon to join in the
festivities. A luncheon was served at
the home of Mrs. Bronson and latei a
colonial party was given by the new
Among the Clubwomen.
Chicago women's clubs are consider
ing the advisability of establishing nu
merous refreshment booths in different
parts of the city, where penny sand
wiches and hot tea and coffee will be
supplied to men in an effort to combat
the free lunch which saloonkeepers fur
nish their patrons. The idea was sug
gested at the annual meeting of the
League of Cook County clubs and the
suggestion was received with favor by
the members and referred to a com
mittee for further consideration and
the discussion of practical plans for
putting the idea into operation.
The Women's Liteiary club of Car
rington, N. D., gave a german last
week to raise funds for the public
The Woman's club of Minot, N. D.,
has started a movement to secure a
public library for that town, and it is
probable that Andrew Carnegie will be
asked for one of his donations.
The Woman's club of Lincoln, Neb.,
is interested in a project to establish
an institution where women prisoners
with children can keep the little ones
while they aie serving their sentences.
At the present time when the women
are arrested their children are left de
pendent on anyone who will care tor
them. The club is also in favor of a
crusade against the poolrooms near the
The Evanston Women's club has a
household register in which the mis
tress in search of a maid is subject to
quite as much scrutiny as the girl de
siring a place. If only one position a
month is filled, it must be filled right"
is the motto of the office.
The Women's club of Omaha has
already done much toward securing
good laws for Nebraska as regards the
wel-l for them to keep up the good wor
by following the plan of Assistant Sec
retary Scott Nearing of the Pennsyl
vania child labor committee, who ap
peals to every citizen of the state to
make a note of each violation of the
law which may come to his notice and
report such violations to the secietary.
and the law enforcedvl
A resolution asking that under the
new city charter women be allowed to
vote at municipal elections was offered
to the Chicago Woman's club last
week. The resolution was offered by
the reform department of the club, and
asked that a committee of throe be ap
pointed to co-operate with other com
mittees frofaa women's organizations in
an appeal to the effect that sex shall
not be a qualification for municipal
suffrage, the request to be presented to
the charter convention called for
Mtfs. Caroline M. Severance, organiz
er of the first woman's club in the
United States, lives in Los Angeles,
Cal. She is 85 years old. In 1860 she
organized the New England club of
Boston and was president of that or
ganization for three years. Mrs^ Sev
erance is still active and as much inter
ested in affairs as she was half a cen
tury ago. She has an autograph book
of priceless value, containing the signa
tures of a great many famous men and
The annual meeting of the directors
of Maternity hospital will be held
Tuesday at 10:39 a.m. at the hospital.
The directors will be entertained at
luncheon after the meeting by Mrs.
Barnett, matron of the hospital.
The annual meeting of the Women's
association, will be held in the women's
club room of the Church of the Re
deemer Friday at 2:30 p.m. Reports of
officers and committees will bo givtm
and there will be the election of offi
cers. Dr. Shutter will addtess the asso
ciation on "The Kind of Church the
Twentieth Century Needb."
W. B. C. Affairs.
Chase corps. W. R. will meet Tues
day night. The corps will have its fair
and supper Dec. 19, and the election of
officers will follow.
James Bryant W. R. C. will have its
regular meeting Tuesday afternoon iu
its hall, Nicollet avenue anc! Lake
street. The annual reports will be given
and officers will be elected.
The federation of forps will be en
tertained Thursday by O. I'. Morton
corps, Third street and Nicollet avenue.
labor law for children. It might be Mrs. Arthur Dean, bags Mmes. Ernest
Smith, John Downey, small articles
Misses Clara Fisher, Pauline Gordon,
candy Misses Campbell and Johnson,
frappe. Mrs. W. J. Kennedy is chair
man of the committee on arrangements.
Luncheon will be served at noon and
at 6 o'clock there will be a dinner.
The Ladies' Aid society of Lyndale
Congregational church will have i
Christmas sale of fancy articles in the
church parlors Monday and Tuesdaj'. investigi
Mrs. J. E. Bell will give a talk at the
4 o'clock vesper service of the Young
Women's Christian association this at
ternoon. Her subject is Some Lessons
from Humble Lives," Miss .trances
Brazie will sing.
A district meeting of the Rebekah
lodges of Minneapolis will be held with
Harmony lodge No. 53, I. O. O. F.. at
415 Fourteenth avenue SE Tuesday.
The degree staff of Iola No. 35 will ex
emplify the work.
The' Tuesday club will meetv,with
Mrs. W. I. Carpenter, 2201 Girard ave
nue S, Tuesday, at 2:30 p.m.
The Home and Foreign Missionary
societies of the Hennepin Avenue M. E.
church will meet with Mrs. A. E. Mer
rill, 1516 Harmon place, Wednesday
at 2:30 p.m., when the mite boxes will
Holiday Sales and Bazaars.
The Woman's auxiliary of St. Bar
nabas' hospital will hold its annual
doll sale this week, beginning tomorrow
and lasting thru the week, at 814 Nic
ollet avenue. Dolls' clothes, fancy ar
ticles and aprons will also be shown
in a bewildering variety. Mrs. R.
Peters is president of the auxiliary,
Miss Kate Wells treasurer and Miss
Anna Brown secretary. The proceeds
from the sale will be used for the free
bed in St. Barnabas' hospital.
Zuhrah's Ladies have completed ar
rangements for their charity bazaar, to
be given in the commandery room,
Masonic Temple, Friday afternoon and
evening. The apron table will be in
charge of the president, Mrs. C. E.
Foster, and Mrs. H. F. Faukhause'*
the fancy articles, Mmes. H. M. Meyers,
Fred Barrows, W. H. Davies, S. H.
Wilson, Harry Collins, C. A. Hoffman
and Lucius Frink fish pond, Miss Lil
lian Meyst and Miss Mabel Bosworth
Japanese tea-booth, Miss June Braun
and Miss Josephine Brann. The re
freshments will be in charge of Mrs.
E. M. Roper and Miss Florence Wing.
Miss Minnie Harrison will have charge
of the flower-booth. Mrs. J. A. Fal
coner is chairman of the committee of
arrangements and will be assisted by
Mmes. H. S. Ray, W. H. Davies, H. F.
Faukhauser and S. H. 'Wilson.
The women of Hennepin Avenue M.
E church will have their annual sale
Friday, beginning at 10 a.m. and con*
tinuing thru the evening, in the church
parlors. An elaborate display of fancy
and useful articles will be made. Mrs.
AVillis Walker and Miss Strong will be
in charge of the fancy work Mmes.
H. A. Butterfield and E. J. Crafts of
the aprons Mmes. A. E. Hammond and
Pindell, baskets Miss Grace Slocum,
Woman's Sectionl^^^^^^THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAV Woman's Section.
A program will be given Monday and
a supper will be seived Tuesday.
The women of All SOUIB' church will
have a sale of useful and fancy articles
and home cookery, nelly, pickles, etc.,
Wednesday, Dec. 13, in the church par
lors. A chicken-pie supper will be
served at 6:30 o'clock.
The Ladies' Aid society of the First
Methodist church will serve a "supper
Friday from 5:30 to 8 o'clock in the
The Ladies' Aid society of Tuttle
church will have its holiday- sale of
aprons and fancy articles at 17 Seventh
street S. tomorrow, Tuesday and Wed
Woman's guild of Gethsemane church
will have its Christmas sale Wednes
day afternoon and evening, Dee. 13, in
Knickerbocker hall, Fourth avenue and
Ninth street S. Fancy articles, aprons
and baskets will be for sale and a chick
en pie supper will be served from 6 to
The women of St. Lawrence parish
will serve supper tomorrow and Tues
day evenings in the parish hall, Sev
enth street and Twelfth avenue SE.
Fourth Baptist Aid Christmas sale.
Dec. 8 and 9, Wingate block, second
Tailors and Furriers
Ladies' Tailor Made
To Yonr Order
The best of broadcloth and the
finest of Fur Lining. Prices
21 South Sixth Street.
There's no gift more highly appreciated nor
BO lastingly remembered as a nice diamond.
When thinking of diamonds remember that
our stock of select diamonds and precious
stones cannot be duplicated in the Twin
Cities. Select your stone now, have us mount
it as you like and have all the worry of buy
ing off your mind.
14-carat Diamond Ring $15.00
Solitaire set Diamond, Tiffany mount
ing, perfect stone, set in 14k gold
Paegel Jewelry Mfg.
22 South Third
*Desiffn is the Soul of jewelry
Others mounted in any style upwards
'y Engraving free. Special designs manufac-
'/f tured to order.
22 South Third
The creations identified with this establish
ment stand pre-eminent for artistic impres
siveness they appeal to holiday purchasers.
They impart tone to the wearer.
We present a variety of jeweled effects in
Diamond, Amethyst, Tourma
line, Turquoise, Jade, Etc. Our
Festoon Necklaces, Combs, Col
lars, Bracelets, Brooches, Hat1"-*
I Pins and Novelties in Gun.,,
Cannot be excelled either in design
or for moderate prices. 4
Our thirty-two years in Minneap
olis suggest capability' and satis-
Loose Fitting Street Coats
A remarkable Assortment in mannish Tweeds and
Novelty mixtures also in high colorings in Broad
clothsnavy, browns, reds, greens and blacks. Spe
cial values at
$13.75, $15, $17.50 and $25.00
Selected Fur Coats
Our Fur Coats were never so popular as they are this
season, due to the extreme care in selection of skins
and the making. Any one desiring thoroughly depend
able garments will be greatly repaid by securing one
of these Coats. Selected grades of seal, broadtail,
Persian lamb, beaver, sable squirrel, near seal, marten
and electric seal
$25, $30, $37.50, $45 to $265.
A select line of taffetas in all col
ors, fancy brilliantines and wool
plaids, excellent $6.50
waists for $3.50
Long Coats at $10
One hundred long coats, in black, plain colors and mix
tures, worth $15.00 and C1A A A
$19.50, at vlUlWW
UUr new j-ecora.ieu uuu wu we suunu ui.j..
Minneapolis Art China Co.
-iivr* The Inly xctastv whU decotattag ebhtu aton ta lb* ctty.
716-718 Nicollet Avenue,
A BI COA DAY!
Monday will be a Big
Coat Day in Our Shop.
An Imposing Display of Newest Ideas in Women's
Coats. Appropriate for Every Occasion, Exam-
plifyinq the Highest Types of the Winter Styles, "t
These Unmatchable Values in Street Coats
Here we are exceedingly strong in assortment and qualities at every price. The best styles in Long, Tight-fit-
ting Coats of Cheviots and light weight Kersey, which are the popular coats of the yearbeautifully tailored
and half lined in navy^ brown, reds and blackThe last few days they have been going out faster than they
come inheavj shipments on Saturday assure a wide selection for Monday. Prices
$15.00, $20.00, $22.50 and $25.00.
Two Waist Bargains for Monday at $3.50 and $6.50
An elegant line of Neckwear
and Belts and all the novelties
in Shopping Bags and Purses.
The art'of writing a "good Journal want ad consists In thinking out all the
leading points the reader will want to know and stating them for him. Don't
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608 NICOLLET AVENUE
We want to apologize to those that called Friday
and Saturday and were unable to get waited on,
and hope you will call again and be counted among
our satisfied customers.
$10.00 for Tailored Suits worth $25.00
About 50 tailor-made Suits, selected from our large assortment, in the long or short coat effect,
black or colors, all this season's styles and worth from $19.50 to $30.00.
$22.50 for Tailored Suits worth $45.00
Our entire stock of long coat tailored Suits, about 200 in all to select from black and colors the
greatest values ever offered in the twin cities.
$47.50 for Fur lined Coats worth $65.00
White Chin a Specials
These are the greatest fur coats we have sold this season made of the best Kersey, Imed with
muskrat and mink or marten collar.
Our entire stock reduced one-third, half and some a great deal less. *k
$7 00 values $X0.00 values $15.00 values $25.00 values
$3.0O $4.50 $6.50 #12.00
OUR BIO BARGAIN:
A 9%-inch Salad Bowl and 6 Individual Salad Dishes for 95c
Only 2 sets to a customer.
A beautiful plain Ovide Cup and Saucer 18
A new BruBh and Comb Trav at 69c and one at 55c
A new Candle Stick and additional Snuffer at....... 25c
New shape Salt and Pepper, 20c set also the genuine twisted style 20c
Sauce Dishes, several styles, at, each lOo
Lastly, a new shape Cold Cream Jar. 12o
i Out-of-town customers write for Catalog. Xundreds of new shapes.
Our new Decorated China a wilil shown Monday
60? First Ave.
Our showing of Winter Coats for Women
has reached its zenithnow is the ideal
time to buy. Choicer Coats were never
gatheredutmost care was exercised in
their selection. We have shopped the
country over to get the BEST at every
Of rich Broadcloths in selected pastel shades
exclusive models beautifully trimmedwhite,
tan, gray, light blue, nile, old rose, lilac, etc.
Splendid stylesreduced for this occasion-l
values to $85.00
$30, $35, $45 and $55.
FOR LTNEDEvening shades in Broadcloth,
gray, cadet blue, green, lilacat marked reduc
Kobby short Blouses blaek silk Velvet Coats
also of Broadtail, in gray or black Broadcloth
and padded silk long, loose effects, richly trim
med splendid values at
$25, $30, $35, $45 and $55.
Correct Small Fur Scarfs
To be worn with street coats, grey squirrel, Jap
mink, natural mink, Isabella fox, sable, squirrel, marten,
blended sable, broadtail, Persian lamb, Ermine, a
large assortment, at
$5, $7.50, $10, $15, $22.50 to $50
Fur Lined Coats.
These coats are all extra long, 48 and 52 inches, be
ing the full seven-eighths length, the fashionable
correct garment. Early buying enables us to quote ex
ceedingly attractive prices on Broadcloth and Kersey
Fur Lined Coats, with collars of Persian lamb, mink,
blended squirrel, beaver, black lynx, etc., in black,
red, tan, brown, etc. We invite comparison of values
$35, $45, $55, $65 to $85.
Evening Waists in allover lace, crepe,
silk mull and chiffon taffetas,
Velvet Suits at $35
We have a dozen velvet tailor-made suits in green,
wine and plum, worth ^fcQR AA
Fit Your Glasses
And yon can depend upon their
being the best product of skilled
optician's experience. Eyes are too
vital an organ to tamper with, and
you should exercise great care in
what optician you select.
C. A. HOFFMAN
it 624 Nicollet Ave.
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