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Mr. Fred Kendrlck, of the Ryan hotel,
will give a dancing party Thursday even
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Miss Harriet Eller gave a salmagundi
party last evening at her home on Holly
evenue. Miss Eller was assisted by Miss
Farnham, Miss Tighe and Miss M. Eddy.
The following Young people were enter
tained: Miss Grace Brown, Miss Lillian
Qftrrow, Miss Elsie Kueffner, Miss Millie
McCoy, Miss Leona McCoy. Miss Annie
Weathorbee, Miss Nettle Heyd, Miss Nel
lie Cook, Miss Kate Williams, Miss Anna
iWilliams, Miss Donaida Donald, Miss
Jessie Lamb, Miss May White, Miss Mary
Loweth, Miss Winifred Westlake, Miss
Gail Merrick; Harry Lawler, Huntly
Downs, Kills Westlake, Fred Cook, Fred
Kendrick, Tom Swem, Russell Eddy, Hor
ace Lamb, Charles Learned, Arthur Da
vis, Nuthan Smith, Herbert Kingston.
Percy Coehran, Tom Geraghty and Mar
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The Dramatic circle will give its first
entertainment Thursday evening at Sem
inary hall. The programme will consist
of two short plays, "Red or White" and
"Poison," and two scenes from "Romeo
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Mrs. P. W. Lowell entertained at cards
Friday evening at her home on Portland
avenue in honor of her brother, Capt.
Alex Wlnslow, of Brownsville, Minn.
Mrs. A. F. Brenner, of Minneapolis, as
sisted the hostess.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Welch entertained
Informally at their home on Portland
avenue in honor of Mrs. George, of
Farmington, Minn. The gu-sts were: Mr.
and Mrs. G. B. Edgerton, Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Wiekwire, Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Hall,
Mr. and Mrs. William' Dampier, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Watson Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John
A. Swenson, Mr. and Mrs. Richardson,
Prof, and Mrs. Robinson.
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Mr; and Mrs. W. I. Stlne, of Iglehart
Btreet, have cards out for an evening
party to given Friday evening in honor of
Sir. and Mrs. Harry Stine, of Chicago.
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Mrs. Fred Worth Patterson will give
tier first post-nuptial at home Wednes
day afternoon at the home of her mother,
Mrs. S. S. Welch, on Dayton avenue. Mr.
and Mrs. Patterson will also receive in
There was a pretty home wedding at
the residence of Mrs. Anna Artz, of 221
Pennsylvania avenue, Wednesday after-
Stioon, at 5 o'clock, when her daughter.
Miss Emaline Artz and George Keese
were united in marriage. The ceremony
was performed by the Rev. Mr. Webber,
of the First M. E. church, in the pres
ence of about fifty of the relatives of
the bride and groom. Miss Gusta Schacht
was biidesmaid, while Dr. Charles Artz,
brother of the bride, acted as best man.
Miss Phiiipina Artz, sister of the bride,
■was maid of honor. The two flower girls,
Vera and Anna Butzine, preceded the
bridal party, who came in from the stair
case, carying baskets of roses and white
ribbons!! which formed an aisle. They
were loliowed by the groom, his best
man and the bride, who was given away
by her brother. Then came the maid of
honor and bridesmaid, who took their
placer; under a canopy of evergreens from
the center hung a bell of smllax, roseß
and fei ns, under which the ceremony
was performed. The rooms throughout
the house were decorated with palms,
roses, carnations and maiden hair ferns.
The bride wore a gown of white mull
over white satin and carried bride roses;
the maid of honor wore white over blue
Bilk and the bridesmaid, white over pink.
Both carried a bouquet of pink roses. A
wedding supper was served for fifty
gruests. Mr. and Mrs. Keese left in the
evening for New York, where they sailed
yesterday on the steamer Verlone for
Paris. They will be at home after April
I at the Portland. The out of town guests
were: Mr. and Mrs.-C. Bauer, of Minne
apolis: Mr. and Mrs. C. Staller, of Excel
?ior; Mr. and Mrs. A. Schacht, of Fergus
The marriage of Miss Carrie Foster,
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foster
Mid Percy Albert Hackett took place
Wednesday evening at the bride's home
on East Eighth street. Rev. Herbert F
Btlllwell. of the First Baptist church,
officiated. The bride was gowned in gray
broadcloth with trimmings of white satin
»nd lace applique. Mr. and Mrs. Hackett
will be at home after Feb. 15, at 411 East
Invitations have been issued by Mrs
A. S. Strong for the marriage of her
■granddaughter. Miss Jessie Evans Strong,
to Herbert Lincoln Jenkins. The wedding
will take place Wednesday afternoon.
Feb. 7. at 5 o'clock, at the home of the
t>ride, 404 Ashland avenue. Mr. and Mrs
Jenkins will be at home after March 1 at
the Lennox, 34 East Summit avenue.
Mrs. Rose Cariveau Boggs and Harry
Whitman were married Wednesday even-
Ing lit the residence of the bride's" sister,
Mrs. J. St. Jean, of University avenue
Wins Ella St. Jean attended the bride
mil William Rousseau was best man.
Jlr. and Mrs. J. Rothschild, of Summit
avenue, announce the engagement of their
daughter, Maude Marion Rothschild, to
Ben M. Hirschman. They will be at
home Jan. 28 and 29.
Miss Edna Heaton, of Hudson avenue,
was si yon a surprise party on Thursday
evening in honor of her fourteenth birth
day. The following were present: Ger
trude Williamson, Helen Rlley, Ellen
Johnson, Margaret Mulligan, Clara Elmer
Rose Riley, Julia Johnson, Paula Mueller!
Hilda Nordstrom, Frank Slater, Edgar
Densmore, Stewart Cameron. John Mc-
Coole. Henry Gutenberg, Will Johnson,
Guilford Robertson, Charles Paly, Wilber
Williamson, Earl Mahar and Andrew Mc-
Elveny. The committee In charge were:
Ellen Johnson, Helen Riley and Gertrude
Williamson, assisted by Miss Sadie John-
Miss Edna Mac Larson was tendered a
Burprlse party Monday evening at her
home on Olive street by the congregation
of the First Swedish M. E. church, whera
Miss Larson has been organist for the I
past six years. About one hundred and
fifty guests were present. Miss Larson's 1
friends gave her a mahogany writing
A very pleasant birthday party was
given by Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Schram at
their residence, 238 Goocirleh avenue, in
honor of their daughter Maud's eigh
teenth birthday, Thursday evening. There
■were about twenty-five young couples
present. The evening was spent with
games, music and dancing into the morn
Miss Caroline Davis, of Olive street,
assisted by Miss Edythe Morrow, enter
tained the Thursday ' Night Euchre club
last Thursday evening. High scores
were made by Miss Caroline Wilde, Mr.
William Hoatson and Dr. Annabell. Mies
Caroline Wilde will be the club's next
Mr. and Mrs. Zak, of Buffalo street,
entertained the Midwinter Euchre club
Saturday evening. Those who were pres
ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Collins, Mr. and
Mrs. Titus, Mr. and Mrs. Kell-erman, Mr.
and Mrs. Hildred, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart,
Mr. and Mrs. Stassen, Mr. and Mrs.
The Lincoln Euchre club met at the
WOMEN MADE BEAUTIFUL
by VESTKO. i>evcl»p«o tii* Bart A i&:h<!s, fills all holioyr
places, add* grace, curve and beauty 10 the neck ; «»f-
Isnij and clears the akin. Beartiful women everrwWc
owe thalr superb figure »nd aietehigM loTlineiui to
7K6THO. RarmloM, permanent. VPTEU PAIIA" Every
lady should have thin unriTßiiediievrjloper. Adds cliarm
feaa attraction to plaices* »oaiKi. Full particulars.
fhotonr».-l,s, tertimoniiJ.- .■■Jeri tnr 2cent titr.mp.
totuta xumm to., bsk . *t , ~ sr ate st^shiu ago.
Just Before Inventory Sala.
E2@itdsf in tfo 3§H Btpartontnt ■
A reduction of stock beforo jr^ s?*^ rtv>rS>
February Ist. Cut Glass, China, *-^J P lrsfj* ff H J]s>
Bric-a-brac, Decorated Glass, - /? / / //////
Bronzes, Marbles, Lamps, ([/fiftf)!}" \l//// I I
Globes, Tables, Cabinets, etc. J \JSuull v v
Just Before Inventory in
Our Tup Btpt
A lot of new Furs—latest 1900
styles—have just arrived. They go
among the Monday specials at just
about what the materials alone are
Alaska Seal Collarettes, Persian Lamb
yokes—the $22.50 ones /\/%
for only f IVfVV
Electric Seal Collarettes, Persian Lamb
yokes—$15.00 ones for &d £TA
French Marten Collarettes, tab front
and six tails, $13.50 &*] PA
ones for »Jw £ + \J
$2.00 Muffs for 98c
About a dozen of them—24-inch long,
lined with fancy satin, regular price
$18.00 each. Monday, &*] S/\
while they last iVY
Just Before Inyentory.
The Lace Department presents
Its quoto to the great Monday event.
And this wesk ends our great an
Extraordinary sale of VALENCIENNES
LACES —by the dozen.
Nainsook, Swiss and Cambric Edging
and Inserting at 3C, sc, 10c, I2j£c,
15c, aoc, 25c and 38c —each and every
piece worth double.
A direct importation from Calais, which
will be on sale Thursday at HALF
VALUE —by the piece only, at 15c, 25c,
39c, 49c and 69c.
LADIES 1 NECKWEAR.
£L4\ per cent discount on all our Fancy
9%r made-up Neckwear.
And our great sale of Spangled Robes
—50 per cent discount.
W@sH) Bnss <&oods.
We have just received a bright
j lot of those dainty fabrics, harbin
gers of spring, by all odds the hand
somest things we have ever had the
pleasure of handling.
Among them are Scotch Zephyrs,
' Scotch and Irish Dimities, French Pique,
' Plain and Silk Mixed Tissues, Corded
■ Madras, Plaid Printed Dimities (exclusive
I with us), and a grand collection of fabrics
II suitable for ladies' shirts.
You won't see half the spring fancies
jj till you visit Man.nheimers'. New things
'I every day.
There will be a grand clearing up of
shcrt lengths of Linings here Monday—
prices greatly reduced.
Just Before Inventory In
For the coming three days bar
gains like these will be in vogue.
Stylishly trimmed Hats, worth $12.00,
$15.00 and $18.00, for, 4fre» /*/*
only . f9«VV
A table of nicely trimmed dfr|
Hats. Your Choice for
Untnmmed Hat Shapes, all colors,
many worth $1.50 and $2.00. EA«
1 The Monday price *»VV
home of Mrs. Fontaine, of East Slxtß
street, on Tuesday afternoon. Those
winning prizes were: Mrs. Shicls. Mrs.
Fisher. Miss Fisher, Mrs. Tallman and
Miss Keefe. Miss Fisher, of Irvine park,
will entertain next.
The Idlewild Euchre club met with Mrs.
William Wright, of Carroll street, last
Tuesday afternoon. Favors were won by
Mesdames Ringold, Egan and B. F. Mil
ler The club will meet next with Mrs.
E. H. Miller, of East Fifth street.
Mr and Mrs. Frank Corcoran enter
tained at cards Wednesday evening at her
home on Goodrich avenue. Favors at
euchre were won by Miss Lizzie Walsh,
Miss Nellie Melvin, John Gleason and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Richards, of Sev
enth street, entertained Friday evening
in honor of Mr. Orvllle Buck, of Pelican
Rapids, who is the guest of his sister,
Mrs, R. B. Walton, of East Sixth street.
Mrs. H. J. Kimball entertained the
Hamilton Whist club Monday. High
scores were made by Mesdames Robitallle,
Townley, Ringold and McManus.
Mrs G. W. Heaton, of Hudson avenue,
entertained informally Friday afternoon,
Company B, Fourth infantry. N. G. S.
M., will give a military ball Wednesday
evening at Armory hall. The St. Anthony
Hill orchestra will play for the dancing.
On the arrangement committee are:
Lieut. C. R. West, Sergeant? Adolph
Lindgren, Frank Krammer, W. J. Riley,
Corporals C. A. Biegler, Daniel Peterson;
musician, Ellis Lawson; privates, G. E.
Lathrop, Carl Skoog and Louis Deal.
The following programme will be ren
dered at the Commons' literary enter
tainment tomorrow evening: Music, Mr.
McElrath; reading. Miss Golden; music,
Lyle La Pine; recitation. Mr. McParilln;
discussion. "The Nicaragua Canal Bill,"
A. W. Gutrldge; vocal solo, L. B. Austin;
reading, Mrs. McMillan; music, Mr. Mc-
- The mid-winter breakfast of the State
Federation of Women's clubs will be held
Feb. 10 at the Ryan hotel, St. Paul. If
one hundred tickets are sold, the railroads
will give a rate of one and one-third fare.
Miss Clara Bischoff and Miss Nellie M.
Grant have issued invitations for a party
to be given Thursday evening at the home
of Miss Grant, 594 Canada street.
The second of a series of euchre parties
will be given Tuesday evening by the
young people of the Sacred Heart parish
at the hall, Sixth and Arcade.
A silver tea, for the benefit of the choir
of St. Clement's church, will be given In
the guild house Tuesday from 3 till 6
The Sacred Thirst Total Abstinence so
ciety will meet this afternoon at 2:30 at
Cretin hall for its annual election of offi
The Central W. C. T. U. will hold a
business meeting tomorrow afternoon in
the parlors of the Commons.
The Borealis Euchre club will meet with
Mr. and Mrs. Lockwood, of 288 Aurora
avenue, next Friday evening.
The Clover Leaf Tourist club will give
a dancing party tomorrow evening at
DIXNERS AND LUNCHEONS.
Mr and Mrs. J. Watson Smith enter
tained the Cycle History club at dinner
last evening at their home on Summit av
enue. The "current topics" tablo talk
dealt with the "Transvaal." The pro
gramme which followed waa In charge of
Mesdames M. R. Conable, J. A. Swen
son and Oscar Hallam. Mrs. S. O. Ar
iiold read a paper on "The Woman's
Civic League," and Mr. L. A. Straight
read a paper on "Franchise." The fol
lowing are the club members: Mr. and
Mrs. M. R. Conable, Mr. and Mrs. C.
P. Howes, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hallam,
Dr and Mrs. Asa F. Goodrich, Dr. and
Mrs. S. O. Arnold. Mr. L. A. Straight,
Mrs. Johnson Straight. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Watson Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Swen
son Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Brown, Dr. O.
S. Pine and Dr. O. A. Pine.
Mrs. Frank G. Winter, o£ West Tenth
THE ST. PAUI, GLOBE, SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1900.
Just Before Inventory Sale. »
HH2md@f in tfj)t Cknk Bepartment
Just three days in which to make a clean sweep. It will be swift and final, for we
are determined to close out everything that has tarried its allotted time. A quick glance
at the situation as it will appear Monday morning:
Every Tailored Suit in the house, the kind that you would
gladly buy at $25.00 and $30.00 the begin- &!/% i*/\
ning of the season. Yours Monday for 4|pl V* VV
$32.50 and $35.00 Suits for v $15.00
_ Skirts, bought here to sell at $12.50 and &£L E'fy,
$15.00. Your choice Monday for just wVfvV
$7.50 and $10.00 ones for $5.00
$5.00 and $6.50 ones for $3.00
Swell Jackets —None finer made. Every one In 'stock
bows to the inevitable; half-price; none reserved.
120 of them, heavy, medium and light weight, Jackets
that were formerly priced to sell at $7.50 to tf*^ ff^
$12.50. The clear out tag says «ff^*^v
Just Before Inventory Sale.
HH@Msifs Silk $dh"simph Suwrislm
An extraordinarj', final, decisive clearing of Silks of all kinds. February ist our
new year's business begins. It is in line with our policy to clear out all broken pieces,
all odd lengths, previous thereto. Ordinarily our Monday sales start at 9:30. For this
sale we shall make a departure from the custom and start
At 8:30 a. m. Be on hand early for great bargains.
mt 15e 39c 49c 69c $9e 9sc $!♦!s * f«i
Actual values, regular and special prices, are 39c to $2.50.
No considerations given to first cost, no desire to realize any profit—only a determination to start the new
year with a fresh, clean stock.
Dress Patterns from 10 to 16 yards;
Skirt Patterns from 7 to; 10 yards;
Waist Patterns from 3 to 4 yards;
lengths for Trimmings, Facings, Ruffles, etc.
All will be marked at HALF-PRICE or less.
Just Before Inventory Sale.
V}o§kty and tffndeiwear \ €xtoo
The climax of our January Clearing Sale is reached. Monday will
be the most important of all. It will be our aim to close out clean every
piece of v/inter goods still in stock, and make the short time, remaining be
fore inventory the busiest period in the history of the department.
These prices can't fail to do it.
Women's $4.00" Ypsi- /S V>-* Women's 50c heavy
lanti Union Suits, medium fzzfe^jtf%<, weight Black Cotton Hose,
weight, cream color. £l' Syt^S. s*£A Climax ffd*
Climax #| /%(&; .T^^g^Js Price *^^V
price ...,,... 4^l^^^ $£sI&%2PV%2M Three pairs for $i.oo.
.„ A „ v} NK^Bfflf^-S*!/^: Women's finest lisle
Women s Vests Pants, f^Mßs££ thread, sea island cotton
and Union Suits, all styles. an d half-silk Hose, worth up
cSr^ $2: 00: $$C P °^ 5c:... c; h:^ x 4^C
Women's Vests, Pants Women's $1.50 pure-silk
and Union Suits, all styles, @jsr^ 'Hose, black. Cll- /^*& ■*
worth up to $1.50. Jffl max price
Climax price VvV ,„, , .*„ „„ , ,
' Women s $2.50 pure thread
Women's Vest 3, Pants and Union silk Hose, black. Climax R/^
Suits, 75c and $1.00 goods. £(T\/» Prlce *P"*^ V
Ciimax price ■■§ v^
Very special bargains in children's
Women's 40c winter weight -black Vests, Pants and Union Suits. Closing
cotton and fleece lined Hose. C#* prices on children's winter weight cotton
Climax price AVV and wool hosiery.
street, entertained at a family luncheon
last Thursday in honor of the first birth
day of her daughter, Mildred.
Mrs. W. C. Montgomery, of West Ninth
street, gave a luncheon Tuesday for Mrs.
R. A. Fern and Miss Fern and Mrs. J. A.
Manchester, of Minneapolis.
Mrs. M. E. Stewart gave a small
luncheon Wednesday at her home on
Tglehart street in honor of Miss Board
man, of Minneapolis.
Mrs. J. C. Jackson, of the Newport,
entertained at luncheon Thursday for
Mrs. E. A. Phillips, of Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Horst. of St.
Peter street, and Mrs. J. C Jensen, of
Edmund street, will leave Monday on
a trip to the coast. They will visit Den-
ff t a ;jp |pj il f Pf %f
"Must be torturine to a singer to know she has lost her voice."
"Much mors torturing when she doesn't know it."
ver, Salt Lake City, Portland and San
Francisco before their return.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac .Lincoln, of Pleasant
avenue, left last week for an extended
trip East. During their absence Miss
Lincoln will be the guest of Mrs. Henry
Bork, of Smith avenue.
Miss Elmira Guiterman, of Mackubin
street, left last evening for New lork
city. She will be absent until next fall.
She was accompanied by her brother,
Mrs. Alfred J. Bennett and son, of New
Orleans La. who have been visiting Mrs.
W. L. McGrath, of St. Albans street, re
turned home last evening.
Mrs George, of Farmington, Minn., who
has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. D.
Welch, of Portland avenue, returned
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Sanborn, of the
Genesee, will remove to Seattle the lat
ter part of next month to reside per
Mi s. William Milton, of Perrysburg. 0.,
wi!l bo the guest this week of Mrs. John
Si!ver, of Lincoln avenue. *
Mr. and Airs. Fiank Anthony, of Su-
Sixth and Robert Streets, VJTiSI mJw f/t/
St. Paul, ninn. iBLW %/\J/^£/9
Two lots of Children's Jackets—the $4.00 to $6.50 ones
—are marked to leave us Monday _ $*' aft EZ£%
for * wZ^VV
$7.00 and $12.50 ones for _ $3-30
SILK WAIST WONDERS.
The greatest selling we have ever known—elegant new
designs, all our own, the very richest Taffeta Silk, corded and
hemstitched, regular prices have been $7.50 $t EL fkf%
and $8.50. The new tag Monday reads aJ>v* W
NEW SPRING ARRIVALS.
We are always the first to talk and show advance styles.
All the correct Ideas for the coming season are now on display
—beautiful Suits and Separate Skirts. Get an early choice.
perlor, Wis., are the guests of Mrs. P. C.
Stohr, of Grand avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Cook leave next
week for Washington, D. C, and old
Miss Strong, who has been visiting Mrs.
Megroth, of Goodrich avenue, has gone to
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. West, of the Marl
borough, have returned from California.
Mr. and Mrs. Crane and family, of the
Virginia flats, have moved to Hlghwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mabon, of Aurora
avenue, have gone to California.
Miss Maxfield, of Goodrich avenue, will
leave thia week for Denver.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Borscht. of Fuller
street, gave acard^party last Saturday
evening in honor Of their twenty-fifth
wedding anniversary. Mrs. Zimmerman,
Mr. Haupt anil J- .J- Conley won the
prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Borscht were ser
enaded by the Mozart quartette. The
hostess was assisted by Mrs. Cory.
Among the guests were: Mr. and Mrs.
KjSS? Roughness, Redness
aemeves AIL 111 lldUOll, I'lCo
M TU:f.tt! \m m SOS', Cls-'t^i.tiari J-.c'.aat
Just Before Inventory.
This is an echo of what is going
on in nearly every department of
this great store. Prices nearly
halved—and that, too, on goods that
have a reputation and standing.
Llsterlne, the regular $1.00 f%_£\f
sizo. For Monday only W^
Rubifoam, for tha teeth, tho f£» j*
25c size. Special 19 V -
Woodbury's Facial Soap. Spe- 1 /%/»
cial, per cake, Monday IV V
Woodland Violet Talc Powder, sweet
odor, put up In glass jars. £ i>»
Woodland Violat Ammonia, for the
toilet and bath, 8 oz. bottles. &*»
Special 9 V
Witch Hazel Cold Cream. |C/* '
Special, per jar, only I9V
They are always best. We ara St. Paul .
agents. All the latest patterns are her*.
We take subscriptions for the Delineator.
Haupt, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Conley, Mr.
and Mrs. Boiling, Mr. and Mrs. Glesen,
Mr. and Mrs. John Giesen, Mr. and Mrs.
Cory, Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman and Mr.
and Mrs. Koaster.
Mrs. Charles Fontaine entertained the
Lincoln Euchre club Tuesday afternoon.
The rooms were decorated with roses,
carnations and palms. Mrs. Fom%ne
was assisted by Mrs. William Penrith,
Mrs. S. Theal and Misa Carrie Penrith,
of Minneapolis. Those winning prices
were: Mrs Shields, Mrs. Fisher, Mrs.
Tallman, Miss Dolly Fisher and Miss
Keefe. The club will meet next with
Mrs. Fisher. Mrs. Fontaine entertained
at tea Tuesday.
Miss Rose McDermott entertained at
cards Wednesday evening. John O'Con
nell and George Stapleton won the prizes.
The guests were: Helen Jennings, Inez
and Pussy O'Connell, John McDermott,
John O'Connell and George and Willie
The Sibley Mothers' club will meet
Friday afternoon. A paper on "MoutH
breathing in Children" will be read by
Mrs. E. R. Finley. A demonstration in
washlne flannel 3 will be given.
The Euchre club met Thursday even
ing with Miss Carrie Davis. The prizes
were won by Miss WieWe. Dr. Annabel
and Mr. Hoatson. The club will meet
in two weeks with Miss Wlelde.
Miss Elsie Mertens entertained the L.
A. L. Thursday evening. Miss Freda
Nauman Tind Mr. Rovlg won the prizes.
The club will meet next with Miss Jo
The monthly meeting of the Young
People's Club of the English Lutheran
Church of the Redeemer will be held at
the home of Adolph Wilcken Tuesday
evening, Feb. 6.
The social to be given by the Ladies'
Aid Society of the Bates Avenue Church
was postponed from last Thursday until
next Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Sigo, of Wal
nut street, will entertain Monday even-
Just Before Inventory Sale.
U)K33 €00d§m" $dk.
Monday morning will witness the greatest sale of Black and Colored
Dress Goods Remnants ever told of in this store's history. Lengths are
one to six yards, suitable for children's school dresses, separate skirts and
waists. They all go
At HALF REGULAR PRICES.
Just Before Inventory.
Ouv 2stb JRtniMdi Eititn B&k.
Bargains for Monday—and some lines to be closed out before inven
tory. These will go quick at the prices named.
Odd Towels, put up In A** Odd Tablecloths, fin »
half-dozen packages. Soma *j\ feltfit DOUBLE SATIN DAM
sample prices: M \ f ASK; chanC9 on these:
14c Towels; half- fwl'^cs/rifc
dozen for ..... 6ot ffclhiSsMicSjOlwty Cloths 2x2% yards,
18c Towels; half- llB^l^'3&?C&f $4-47. $5-35 and $6.13.
dozen for 73c IWflpn//
20c Towels; half- W^l/Wml ClO th . 2x3 yards,
dozen for 78c >Ov^±^^^? $4-93t $5.35 and $7-57
--22 c Towels; half- wTT/Jii'ilm*8*8^! ~ , ... ,/ j»
dozen for B<c /UILBIDi Cloths 2x3^ yards,
23c Towels; half- jiTO "1" WH>\ $6.15, $7-43 and $9-»<>.
dozen for $1.14 (X $6.57, $7.14 and $8.41.
28c Towels; half-dozen for $1.32 Cream Table Damask—Specials at
500 Remnants of Bleached and Cream 53c, 57c, 90c, $1.05, $1.28 and $1.35,
Table Damask, for thrse days, at money
saving prices. Bedspread Specials—Each, 83c, 98c,
300 dozen Napk.ns, put up In half- $1.38, $1.79, $3.10, $2.53 ands2.B9.
dozen lots; prices from 50c to $3.55
per package. 25 pieces of Brown Crash Toweling,
A sample line of French Damask Lunch inches -wide, value Be,
Cloths, about 100, no two alike, fins hand for vV
hemstitched, open work corners; one, two
and three rows of drawn work, worth 20 pteces of Bleached Russia Towel
up to $3.50 each. Mon- tffrf <• /% ing, 20 inches wide, 140 qual- \£\p
day'sprice "?• for IW
Just Before Inventory Clearance.
SdsiM&iy §$k ®f Umdtrmusiins.
A glance at the headline, and a thought of the wonderful selling of the
past three weeks tells the reason why. When you come for the bargains,
take a look at the exclusive marvels of needlework and beauty you'll find
here—moderately priced as nowhere else In the two towns.
Petticoats—Your choice of Night Dresses — Your
five styles, trimmed with tor- JJlfe^ choice of twelve styles, mus
chon, Valenciennes, lace, em- w^tl n> cambrlo or nainsook,
broidery or tucked lawn mm \^\ trimmed with lace, em
flounce. Monday /\A« Fa^ flf broidery or hemstitching,
special T7&V /SAi-r rl)j\ well worth $1.40, AAa
Ladies' Drawers — Your LJ*^\\MPS '
choice of six styles, muslin %^7|l|J^ TWO EXTRA SPECIALS,
or cambric, trimmed with S^wCkm\
lace, embroidery, hem- H^#\'^A 150 colored and black Taf
stitched or tucked flounce. 'HrritiV>MKN feta Siik Petticoats-
Monday pa 4 l!t^lJu»UfcA\A flounce and bound, worth
special §0C Bmmm^ $5-°°'
Corset Covera-Your choice MWMf^ #^*^V
of six styles, muslin, cam- *&Jitffs&s-&&& All-wool Eiderdown Dress
bric or nainsook, French- jgH§MffiQ}FP' Ing Sacques, pretty pink,
shape or tight fitting, lace <*Sg§aK'** i^ blue and red colors, trim
or embroidery trimmed. mcd with shell crochet.
Monday SLC%4* ft While they last, PA*
special vVV your choice for
v * 3sm gef the same prompt and careful
In preparing for a general clear-up we Sf fl attenti°n that Sained
find a quantity of Maggionl Gloves (you ,««&, A £jtf [°r us the reputation of
know them, formerly made under the (iTVrf& ffl ,,g .'™ <luickest
name of P. Centemerl), blacks and eiftftP^ KH al'ordorhpuse in the
colors, worth $1.50 a pair. £»« A 4% \\A Nil Northwest. Goods
Ths Monday price will be.. jLUU [\ , M alwa>'s shipped same
/i JVI i day instr"ctlons are
Our "Oregons," the best /\C>* /I //I S received- Out-of-town
Pique Glove to be had for V^V /#'•/:'4 'Hi Patrons «"joy every
frC/ i % ■afi':' advantage pos
3^"Sweeping reductions on all Win- cWrT*'^^M''4 sessed by our res
ter Gloves and Mittens. r? S*4.r -zr-~_Jtil^- ldent customers.
ORIENTAL RUCIS—The Great Sale Continues All This Week.
Ing for their twenty-flfth wedding anni
The M. S. O. club met Thursday after
noon with Miss Pauline Martini. Mis»
Rusohe and Miss Ehrmatintraut won the
The young people of the Sacred Heart
parish will give a card party Tuesday
evening in the hall on Sixth and Arcade
Miss Carrie Martenson entertained the
Christian Workers of the English Luth
eran Church of the Redeemer Thursday
Mrs. William R. Burkhard and Miss
Bertha B. Burkhard have returned from
an extended visit in Le Roy and Cresco,
The Ladles' Aid Society of the Bates
Avenue M. E. Church will meet Wednes
day afternoon with Mrs. Thomas.
The TTpidee club will give a dancing
party Monday evening at Odd Fellows'
hall, Seventh and Reaney streets.
Miss Ruth Prentisß will entertain the
Cheerful Workers of the East Presby
terian Church Saturday.
Miss Pauline Martini will leave Mon
day for an extended visit in Denver and
other Western points.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Findley have been
entertaining their cousin, Edward King,
of Sault Ste. Marie.
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce and Miss Pierce
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hunter
the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Kimball will en
tertain the Happy Hour Euchre club
The St. Andrew's Brotherhood of St.
Peter's Parish met Monday evening In
the guild room.
The Misses Agnes and Margaret Lahr
returned Tuesday from Washington, D. C.
Mrs. M. Boelles, of Stillwater, visited
Mrs. R. E. McCleary part of the week.
Miss Alice Yon Deyn entertained In
formally Monday for her birthday.
Mrs. Bascomb will entertain the Pioneer
Euchre club Thursday evening.
Mrs. A. P. Rotert entertained the Fleur
de Lis club Friday afternoon.
Miss Johanna Holl entertained at a
candy pull Tuesday evening.
The Urn Zoo Wee club met Tuesday aft
ernoon with Miss Ada Henry.
Mrs. John Seeger entertained the Read
ing club Wednesday.
L. E. Shields left Saturday for Europe,
to visit his mother.
The Loyal Temperance legion will be
organized' tomorrow afternoon at the Ma
sonic hall, under the auspices of the W.
C. T. U. Mrs. J. B. Foltz, assisted by
Mra. Kern, will have charge of the so
Miss Cora McCarter entertained Monday
evening for E. H. Krlelder. The guests
were Misses Wells, Wright, Winston. Fos
ter, Murphy, Wilson, Robinson, Messrs.
Ide, Roby, Burns, Hoyt, Drill and Wicke.
Miss Lucy Rich and Miss Nellie Sturte
vant will give a muslcale next Tuesday
evening at the home of the former. The
proceeds will go toward helping build the
new M. E. church.
The wedding of Miss Lucille Jacobson,
of Hamline, and Charles Turner was
solemnized in Chicago. Mr. and Mis.
Turner will be at home at 3537 Indiana
The Ingelow society entertained the
Zaraphathian society In the university
parlors. A Joint programme was given,
after which a Bocial time was had. Frappe
Mr. and Mrs. W. Anderson have re
turned to their home after spending the
week with their daughters. Misses Lydia
Mr. and Mrs. John Moline, of Thomas
street, were pleasantly surprised by a
party of friends la3t Saturday evening at
Louis D. Farley has been the guest of
his sister, Mrs. P. E. Cole, of Fry street.
Mr. Farley is en route for Great Falls.
Mont. ' ■
E. H. Kriedler has returned to his home
'"i*???" 13? aftor spending several daya
with Hamline acquaintances.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Stone have return-
Mr? ST f^ndall 3111" 8 thelr daUghter '
ernoon In the chapel. y l
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Webber were gueata
at a dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Doran
Miss Frazier and Miss Hall, of Zumbro
to, spent the week with Miss Edith Bea
vers, of the Hall.
Mrs C. E. Magraw entertained the M.
E. Ladies Aid society at her home Thurs
Mrs. C. H. Warner and daughter have
returned from an extended visit In Mon
Mrs. H Withee has been entertaining
Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Withee. of Sault Ste
Mrs. R. Ruftner, who has been the guest
of Mrs. Schaettgen, has returned to Chi
Miss Lulu Murphy entertained the Cro
kinole Reading club on Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Humphrey enter
tained Frank Sylvester the past week.
Mrs. J. Clark, of St. Paul, was the guest
of Mrs. Belcher during the week.
Mrs. Anna Ridgeway, lately of Hamline,
was the guest of friends Monday.
Prof. E. 11. Ellsworth, of Kasson, has
returned to his home.
Miss Emma Wenger Is spending a few
days In Chicago.
Miss Jennie M<-Namara will spend the
winter In Omaha.
Miss Belle Holley has returned from
Miss Clara Funk haa returned from Red
Miss Edith Lassell has gone to Chester
A scarcity of sailors more general thai,
ever before in the history of Maine ship
ping prevails at the present timo. and tha
wages of seamen have risen to an unusual
rmfflSM Malt Extract that is
\jss&mfi2i csPecialiy Recom
fj^g^-n mended for Weak
fcjggjjwg&j Nerves, Indigestion
*QuEHtBB& an( j Insomnia.
BUILDS UP A DEPLETED SYSTEM.
HAVE YCU EVER TRIED IT?
~~ALL DRUGGISTS ~~
Prepared by VAL. BLATZ BREWING C©.
MILWAUKEE, U. S. A
St. Paul Branch, Lower Levee, foot ofJoha
street. Tel. 1414.