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TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29, 1901.
JOHN W. THOMAS Nlotlle! Avi. and Fifth Si. 3 Days Only Before Inventory. Low Prices To Close Out the following lines: Blankets. Cotton Warp, 10-4,83.75, $4. .$2.50 !' All wool, 10-4, $5.50, $6 $4.00 ]! All wool, 10-4, $7.50 $5.00 '! Cotton Warp, 11-4, «5 $3.45 !| All wool, 11-4, 86.60 $4.50 !» All wool, 11-4, $7 $4.75 j! Wrapper Blankets, 85 qual. .$3.50 'I Wrapper Blankets, #3.50 \ Quality $2.25;! Wrapper Blankets, 82.25 i| quality $1.60!' Cotton, 11-4, one lot, 85c qual. .60c ]! Cotton, heavy, 11-4, $1.25 qual. .90c '! Cotton Wrapper Blankets, 85c !' and 90c quality , 60c j! Cotton Blanket Sheets, 11-4, lj white, reduced from 81.00 per Ji pair to 65c I 1 Quilts Down Puilts-- ![ Sateen covered, 6-6 size. j 55.00 quilts, to close $3.50 ji $6.00 quilts, to close $4.25 j! 87.50 quilts, to close $5.50 i #8.75 quilts, to ddse • $6.00 '< \ SIO.OO quilts, silk one side, ] to close $7.95 i \ Cotton Filled— j! Our reg. $1.25 quality 90c \ i Ourreg. 81.50 quality $1.10 '! Our reg. 81.85 quality $1.25 !| Our reg. 82.00 quality $ 1 .35 J' Our reg. 82.25 quality $1 .60 > Our own make 72x90, filled \ with best cotton, $3 quilts.s2.3s l| Golf Suitings ji Double Face, for Suits and Capes.'! 81.50 and 81.75 quality $1.25'! 82,50 quality $1.75 Ij 83.50 quality $2.25 !j 84.00 quality $2.85 > Ladies' Cloths A nice line all-wool Plaids, 56! inches wide, very desirable colors— ! goods which have been selling from j I 81.75 to 82 per yard, to close $1 .00 \ Silk Flannels [ Former price 81.25, to close 65c ' Flannels , French Flannels—For wrappers and' J Dressing Sacques— i 75c quality, to close 55c ! ! 65c quality, to close 45c ' Silk Embroidered Flannels — For j Shirt Waists. A nice line. ! i 81.25 and 81.35 quality, \ ! to close $1.00 \ \ 81.75 quality, to close $ 1 .35 [ 81.00 quality, to close 80c ' | 85c quality 65c ! < Plain French Flannels—All our 50c \ ! Flannels to be closed out at. .35c j j German Flannels — All wool, for < | Children's Dresses, Shirt Waists, ! i etc., 40c quality, to close 25c I i Wrapper Flannels — Fleece-lined, \ I 10c and 12J^c quality, to close. 7c ij Swahsdown, 18c qual., to close 12& c < I; Special Suitings \\ A lot of Skirt and Suit lengths, i former prices 82.00, 82.25 and 82.50 i per yard; to close $1.50 < Jackets l/j> Price.; ! Our line includes Ladies', Misses' ! | and Children's garments—good \ k styles, all this season's goods, in- ' '! eluding 26-in. half-fitting, box i back, coat and storm collar, short ! fitted back, box front and tight !' fitting, in blacks, blues, tans, Ox !; fores and grays, lined with silk • or satin. Suits \> What we have left, good styles, | silk lined Jackets, former I prices 820 to 835, your choice I; while they last $10 ! Electric Seal Jackets — Former | prices 845 and 850, to close $35 ! Walking Skirts—ln all sizes and \ i 6tyles, former prices 88.50 to 815— I 1 now in three lots, $0.50 $8.50 ||and $12.50 : Silk Waists. !; A few left—black and colors; all 1 this fall's styles; former prices 82.50 ;itoß3o. To close HALF OFF | French Flannel Waists. ! Our entire line"; good colors and ! | sizes; former prices 83.25 to 86.00. !; To close THIRD OFF Alterations to be charged for at cost. i In Social Circles ) — ' '' " ■" " ■■■■■■■■■■■■■:: i .. - —: ——~—; ; —" ; —: ~——; [ Mrs. P. Houle of 2833 Grand avenue S, en , tertained Sunday in honor of the seventy i second birthday of • her mother, Mrs. Cor | nelious Beandean.. The decorations were in , white and pink and roses and carnations were. used. Albion Houle, George and Harold Hine-' line sang several old 'French songs. Among the guests were Messrs. and Mines. P. Houle, A. Houle, Leroix, Baldick, Masters A. Houle, George and Harold Hineline, V. H. Variilyck and William Culbert and family. Miss Jessie Gumbiner celebrated her birth day Sunday by entertaining a group of friends at her home, .1318 Ninth street S. Music, games and an exhibition of stereoptlcon pict ures were the diversions. - The guests • were Misses Rose, Marion and Bernice Bearenstein, Lily and, Mable Shelbly, Irene, Gertrude and Mossette Burton, Ethel and Ruth Harris, Florence Gittelson, Dora Kohen, . Jennet Gruenberg, Sarah Zuckerman, Wera Cohen and Ruth Benjamin. F. E. Powers gave a dinner for W. Kcnly of Chicago' at the ' Minneapolis club Thurs day evening. Covers were laid for twelve. , .Miss. Ora Ells of. 2035 James avenue N, en tertained informally Friday evening. , Miss Cella A. Ennis and Charles F. Tuck were married last week In the Ninth Presby terian church, i St. Paul. The service was read by Rev. Herbert K. Knox. Mr. Tuck and his bride are at home at the Portland, St. Paul.. ' • . -.. 'Mrs. M. S. Lewis entertained at luncheon to-day at her home, 1923 Park avenue. The decorations were in pink roses. Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Decker will enter tain at dinner this evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Penny, have i issued invitations for the marriage of. their daughter, Alice Isabelle, and C. E. Heard, | j which will take place Wednesday, Feb. 6, at ' 5 o'clock. | Mrs. H. H. Kimball will give a luncheon , lat her home on Twenty-fourth street Friday i j afternoon. * •. I Mrs. Al Paris will entertain at a luncheon I i of eight covers Friday afternoon at her apart >, ments in the Colonial. : ■ vt'-^ |: Mrs: Carl S. Pattee " and Mrs. O. E. Zim i i merman will give a luncheon Thursday at 1! their home in ■ St. Paul. . J^v' i ! I The Nabobs will give the fifth dance of i! a series Thursday. evening in the Phoenix 1 i Club rooms. Galichio's orchestra 'Will furnish i | I music. i j E. A. Merrill gave a. dinner last evening for j j a party of- visiting men. ■ • An informal class party was given by the I sophomores of the university last evening. i Mrs. Noyes C. Robinson of St. Paul gave > a luncheon of twelve covers yesterday for 1j Miss Millbrook and Miss Marie Millbrook of , 1 Minneapolis 1..,-■'■ • .. ■ ■ ; i , Personal" and Social. , Mr. and Mrs. John DeLaittre are expecting , to go to Florida next week. > Mrs. I. Gittelson of Milwaukee is visiting 1 her sister, Mrs. M. L. Cohen. - • | Bishop arid Mrs. Whipple are registered at , the Tampa Bay hotel, Florida. . I Miss Harriet Wagner will leave on Thurs -1 day evening for Palm Beach, Fla. i Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hood will return , from a temporary stay in Chicago about i March 15. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deere Velle are at : present in Cairo. They will remain in Egypt ( for six weeks. i j The Sunshine Cinch Club will be enter i i tamed by Mrs. G. W. Day, 2606 Seventh street 1 I NE, to-morrow. ; i The Lake and City Club will meet with , | Mrs. F. E. Day, 2027 Emerson avenue N, to- , , j morrow afternoon. [ Mrs. F. 'C. Deterly, who has been seri ously ill at her home, 519 Girard avenue N, [ is slightly improved. .^.-.. . — I 1 : Mrs. Gideon E. Clark, 'i who has been ' seri i; ously ill at her 'home on Dupont avenue" S,' i! is improving rapidly. - . , . •..•, r H Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Van Kirk of Seattle, I j who have been visiting Arthur Van Kirk, left ,■ | last night for New York city, i! Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Swift will leave on 11 Thursday evening for Palm Beach, Fla. They will remain south for six weeks. . ; ••-: J f •.-, The Charity Card Club of Minneapolis chap i, ter, No. 9, O. E. S., will meet with Mrs. i ! Perry, 1614 Laurel avenue, to-morrow after i noon. jESiSmiBBE ■ 11 The Social Eight will give a dance Satur day evening, in. the fourth ward wigwam, on ' j Western avenue. Potter's orchestra will fur nish music. • i The Merry 400 Dancing Club have completed i ■;;.;.;;_. DANCJN6 CLASSES : \ BAKER'S COMIC GERMAN, ' Wednesday; 305 Central Avenue. I 1 Owing to extensive large classes we will use the 11 largest new hall: damcing floor 60x50 feet. Instruction 7:30. Full program 8:30. German 10. ■i Finch's Classes. ; To-night, Bth Ward : Relief Hall. To ! morrow night, Richard's Hall. Instruction 7:40 to 9:00. s Informal after Eggs- 5K5^....,1:..1.':20t ; CggS perdoz ... tIJC Butter^2^^s^-11.12 : Navy Beans nS'. handplc. ked: 7c Lima Beans "fflor... 15c Corn Meal uSKkek.. lie Hominy n& lOe Hominy n 1£W:.:.....;:..i..:..10c Maple Syrup ?SK:.;; II Maple Syrup 5»....75§ Sorghum nS ffiake : 40s Oranges s! ed! lngl: 15c Lemons 1 '.'.pw >...;.....:...»..;...12a. Bananas d0zen.................... 12c Celery S?&.v,, 20e Plums :^:.;.:-;.:::.:.:v,:;,9c Peaches i*-n>- cans,. 12c Peaches each :................ izc Telephone Peas & 9i Tomatoes SfiTS: ;,:.;. 7Je Com pe7can................r........... DC *.»„ Santa Clans; Oft* SOap 10bar5..................:..... dllC Whiskey :-gSga.; 80c Whiskey STBsy?!'. $1.00 Port Wine p£K£:...,,.. 7Se Port Wine p^» $1.00 3. B. C. Beer tothe<MserU $2.50 Mali Extract Schlltz. Pints, SI.4S raailtXiraif per d0zen...... 51.45 MEAT, MARKET. Finnan Haddie, per ib = '.''........ ;T.... 10c Breakfast Mackerel, each ..'.... ..... " 8c Fresh . Crappie,. per ,1b .............. 7c Hamburg Steak, ■ per '■ 1b.; ."."....:. ....' 8c Pork Sausage, per lb 8c Pork Loins, per lb : '.......:'. ... '- . 9c Pork Chops, per lb .'.'•.....'........... .*. 10c Turkeys, fresh dressed, per lb . '.."..'•_ 12c '. Sirloin Steak, per lb .......'.. ..".TI ,'.l2^c i THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. arrangements for the fourth annual masquer ade and rag time ball to be given in Malta Temple, 841 Nicollet avenue, Friday evening. Special music for the occasion will be fur nished by Brenner's orchestra. Miss Elizabeth Miller was surprised Sat urday evening at her home, 2022 Dupont ave nue N, by a group of friends. Present were Stephen Grindle, John Tiler, J. Miller, Emil J. Lissak, Misses Emily Rubinger, Annie Walters, Minnie Nelson and Mary Glasier. Games were played and refreshments were served. A banquet and concert was given Friday evening by the society of Busy Bees and the young men's guild of St. Paul's Lutheran church. The church was adorned with palms and ferns. The program was given by Misses Cora Gunderson, Martha Tuve, Messrs. John Lyons, E. Koehr. Mr. Roehr spoke on "What is Our Aim." After the program the banquet was served from prettily decorated tables. J. Edward Rostad was toast master and the re sponses were as follows: "The Ladies," Carl Bollum; 'The Bachelor," Mr. Berim; "The Society of Busy Bees," Rev. N. J. Lohre: "The Young Men's Guild," Miss Josephine Balke; "The Choir," M. S. Kiudseth; "The Sunday School," Miss Anna Edsten; "My Books," Mr. Roche. The guests were given books as souvenirs. The arrangements were made by Misses Anne Elsted, Anna Magnu sen, Albertlna Siverson, Josephine Bakke, Messrs. Henry C. Olsen, Edward Rud, Ben nie O. Slversoo, Sigwald J. Monsos. CLUBS AND CHARITIES Club Calendar. - WEDNESDAY— Camden W. C. T.U., Mrs. Fleming,' 3 p.m. Ladies' Guild of Grace Episcopal church, Mrs. Bryan, 2411 Fifteenth avenue S, after noon. . The Ladies' Shakspere Club held its an nual banquet this afternoon in the Flemish room at the Commercial Club. Covers were laid for twenty and the long table was adorned with clusters of pink roses and' smilax.* Mrs. George 'F. Edwards presided over the toasts and the responses were witty and bright. Mrs. Charles S. Wallace spoke for "Th* Club Husband": Mrs. Charles H. ! Peake, "The New New" Woman"; Mrs. H. C. Merriam, "Our Presiding Officers"; Mrs. Byron Sutherland' and Mrs. A. H. • Horton told stories; Mrs. J. T. Moore spoke' of the work of the Y. W. C. A.; Mrs. J. M. Ander son, the extension work of the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. Charles Gutgesell gave a sketch" of George Ade and his "Fables in Slang"; Mrs. j George C. Farnham, a review of "The Arch i bishop and the Lady," and Mrs. C. S. Buck I spoke on "Genial Humor and Aggressive Wit." Mrs. Allle Miller Grove gave a reci tation, "Miss Philu'ra." A debate on the question, "Is College Education Desirable* for Girls" was participated in my Mmes. Frank Stacy, E. L. Norton, Edson S. Gaylord, M." E. Stillwagen, Charles E. Dickinson and W. H. Levings. J • - .■■: -pv» »-.*;/;??;■ '•/'; Miss Amelia Rippe will give a concert the last of February in the Unitarian church. j Miss Rippe has recently returned from Ger many. This will be her only appearance 'in 'Minneapolis, as she will return to Germany shortly to fill a grand opera engagement. G. W. E. Hill of lowa will give a series of temperance lectures in the city under the auspices of the Good Templars. The first will be held this evening in Riverside chapel, Twentieth avenue S and Two-and-a-half street, and will be illustrated by the stere opticon. •■ '■ '. >•"_:" A lecture on "The Life and Reign of Queen Victoria" will be given to-morrow" evening at 8 o'clock in the Twenty-fourth Street M. E. church, by Rev. T. E. Archer, pastor. • change: constitution . v Woman's Council Goes Back to