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THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 13, 1901.
Waltham Watches. " True as steel." 44 The Perfected American Watch/" an illustrated book of interesting information about watches, <tvlll be sent free upon request, American Waltham Watch Company, Waltham, Mass, M.E. WALLACE'S Millinery Bargains! FOR Friday and Saturday ONE-HALF PRICE SALE ". 200 BEAUTIFULLY TRIMMED t\-u n u D. A hats AND bonnets only. Ulie=liall rnce t,i.; r v .■ ■ ■ '■.■'.,', - ■ ■."■■■", ■. * *■ $4.00 Ma a 86.00 fl-3 A A $8.00 <t» i A A $10.00 . (I»r A A t r. -$2.00 sv.:. $3.00 %\. $4.00 g- $5.00 812.00 &/ a a $15.00 (t»7 rA 818.00 <1»A AA 820.00 A A A g-. $0.00 Hat $7.50 Hf $9.00 $10.00 ' -it- ■«:.'.■• •■.-,. ...--..■■-.•■•■ •5 '11/y per.cent off on choice of all other TRIMMED HATS, includ °°/O in *" the NEW PATTERN and CONNELLY HATS. 100 pieces. Straw Braid worth up to 50c, now lOc TW*C If\ I 10° stylish, ready-to-wear Hats, worth up to 82.75, now *^j-/^ iai only $1.39. Good Sailor Hats, 29 C) 69 C( 89c and up. Now is your time to save money. / • M. E.WALLACE 515 and 517 Nicollet Avenue. DISCOUNT SALE OF Fine Furniture, Rugs, etc FRIOA V AMD SA TURD AY. Laco Curtains, all the Newest Styles, 25% Off See the Greatest Bargains Offered, MOORE A SCRIVER H, 00 7,& 7kl mm NORTHWESTERN WEDDINGS Specials to The Journal. Finley, N. D., June 13.—Miss Clara Qualley of Coopertown and Alf Windness of Finley were married Sunday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents. They will begin housekeeping at once. Slayton, Minn., June 13.—Miss Eleanor Mof fat and Oscar Morse were married Tuesday at the home of the bridegroom. They will reside in Slayton. Blue Earth, Minn., June 13.—Miss De Rus ea and Harry Zingham, and Miss Louise "Woodwick and D. L. La Mont were married here Monday. Albert Lea, Minn:, June 13.—The wedding of Miss Ethyl M. House and Orlando C. Means took place Tuesday in the First Bap tist church. Hastings, Minn., June 13.—Two weddings took place in this city Tuesday. The bridal couples were Miss Marie K. Kassen of Spring ft ;U«a Pickwick, that fragrant A «f _ UOTT66 blend, per lb L f C , Tea , India Ceylon, regular 60c, 42c ! I oa perib......... ..:.. al% Nutmegs per oz ....«....: 3c Baking Powder SSffferj... - ■ ** tar, large cans, per can £U C f*» a mlsa*» or Gln KM Snaps, freshly r 1 _ cracKers baked, Per »..■..„ 028 Dm am Navy, selected, 71- BeanS per quart 128 Butter Best made— 6-Ib. 51.05 BUtter Jars dI.UO Lard ppr^ r! b leaf: ... .. 10c Cheese gfe !0c OliVeS SrTuart ... 2SC Chow Chow pritlne^ 18c Olive Oil Direct Importation, 51.35 UliVe Ull li-galloa bottles OSiOO New Potatoes & .... 40c Spinach '3&.L . ....■„". :• 5c Radishes or Lettuce bes sc Q AM Minnesota, IK« reaSiptrpeck;............. .....loc Pine Apples 2£? d P M£n.SI.6O !_.____ Thin skinned and Juicy; IC a LOniOnS per dozen ...... ...... IOC BalLmmilm Walam Per case 12 half Bethesda Water gauon *» pc ■v..< .*. J,*,-,;• f-r:r -^ bottles WViOw Robinhood Ale SoU 81.50 I'D A Damn This famous St. Louis ■ D, Ui Beer brand, per An C f| case2dozen quarts . O£i vlf Port Wine »"."°: d: $1.00 r'\ ■: : MEAT MARKET. Legs ;of Lamb, per lb — lie Milk Lamb, front : quarters .......... 60c Milk Lamb, hind : quarters ............ 90c Veal Loin, per.1b...T....;... 14c Cooked Meats —Corned Beef Hash, Roast Beef, Roast Veal, Boiled Tongue, Boiled Corned Beef, Boiled Ham, etc. : , .' '-'. Valley, Wie.. and William Johnaon; Miss Theresa Birk and Philip Reichling. Miss Margaret V. Hyland of Lakevilie and Philip Smith of Duluth were married in Rosemount. Elk Point, S. D., June 13.—The marriage of Miss Nellie E. Conley and Everett B. Saw yer of Central City, S. D., took place in the Church of Our Savior last evening. The serv ice was read by Rev. F. North Tummons in the presence of two hundred friends. A re ception followed at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Conley. Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer left for the east, and on their return they will be at home in Dead wood, S. D. Fargo, N. TX, June 13.—Miss Gertrude Car roll and R. A. Thompson were married last evening and left for Buffalo. Mr. Thompson was color sergeant of the North Dakota regi ment during its service in the Philippines. Sioux Falls, S. D., June 13.—Miss Clara J. Wuest, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Wuest, and Harry Wentzy of Pukwana, were married yesterday. The service was read by Rev. Father Nolan. Mr. Wentzy is the editor and proprietor of the Pukwana Press. Mr. and Mrs. Wentzy went east on their wedding trip. Good housekeepers rely upon KINGSFORD'S OSWEQO "Silver Gloss" STARCH for the Laundry—Gives finest Finish to all delicate Fabrics. § Imperial Hair Regenerator Is erery where recognised a* the STANDARD HAIR COLORING for Gray or Bleached Hair. Its applJ. cation is nut affected .by bath* ; permit! curling; is absolutely harmless, and in valuable for Beard and Mustache. ONE APPLICATION g LASTS MONTHS. Sample of your hair colored free. ' ■: InperialChem.Mff.C6 135 St.,Ncw York Sold by Hoffiln-Thompson Drug Co., 101 8. Wash. Applied 8. R. Huutr. 107 NicolleL Pan - American Exposition. Mrs. Eagan's Residence Is Open to Visitors. Located in the most desirable part of Buf falo; walking distance to exposition; fly* minutes on direct car line. Rooms, $1 Per Day and Upwards. Board if desired. Weekly rates. Accommodations reserved upon application to Miss Eleanor Eagan, 156 Cleveland mv, Buffalo, N. Y. In Social Circles THE JUNE WEDDINGS Many More Are Celebrated Last Night and To-day. THE FALES-VALENTINE NUPTIALS Mlv Mary Albertlne Friclc and Mel vin C. Millet of Rochester Are Married. A wedding, charming in its appointments, took place in the First Congregational church last evening. The bride was Miss Elizabeth Fales, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert G. Pales, and the bridegroom was Dr. Walter Henry Valentine of Tracy, Minn. The chan cel presented a green tangle of ferns, palm 3 and vines, among which sprays of wild cherry blossom were most effective. The altar rail was wreathed in green and the gates were concealed with white roses. An arch of oak leaves, ferns and white peonies was arranged over the center aisle, and clus ters of roses designated the pews for the rel atives. Miss Bartholomew played a program of music as the 700 guests were seated by the ' ushers, Robert Valentine, Frank Boyd, Rob ert Holma, St. Paul, and Edward Blending, I St. Croix Falls, Wis. The "Lohengrin" cho rus announced the entrance of the bridal party, and "The Evening Star" was played during the service, with Mendelssohn's march at the close. Miss Mary Merrill, in green mull, and Miss Idella Bachman, in pink, were bridesmaids. The maid of honor was Miss May Adams of Lisbon, N. D. She wore pink Paris muslin, and the flowers of all three were white sweet peas. The bride en tered with her father. Her gown was of white French mull, with bodice and sleeves trimmed with Mechlin lace and ribbon. The flounce which edged the skirt was finished with ribbon. Her veil was fastened with a sunburst of diamonds and she carried white sweet peas. The service was read by Rev. Ernest W. Shurtleff, and Fred A. Valentine was best man. A reception for 150 friends was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fales on Ninth avenue SE. White peonies and cherry blossoms were arranged in profusion through the parlors, and the dining-room waa in pink with peonies and roses. Mmes. Cyrus Northrop, W. T. Boutell and W. D. Boutell assisted through the rooms. Mr. Valentine and his bride left for the east, and they will be at home aft^r Aug. 1 in Tracy. The bride's going-away gown was of blue broad cloth, with a white hat tribbed with blue. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. David Valentine and Mr. and Mrs. George Valentine, Cannon Falls; Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Gates, Ken yon, and Miss Edwards, Tracy. The marriage of Miss Mary Albertine Frick and Melvio C. Millet of Rochester took place last evening in the midst of most charming appointments at the home of the bride's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Frick, 621 E Nineteenth street. The color scheme was pink and green, and peonies were the flowers used in the parlors and dining-room. A bank of palms from which rose tall Ascension lilies was arranged as an altar. The hall was in green and the stairway was concealed by a network of green. Russel Patterson was at the piano, and played the "Lohengrin" chorus as a processional, "Oh, Promise Me" as an accompaniment for the service, and the Men delssohn march after the vows were spoken. Misses Grace Frick and Ethel Mclntyre stretched the white satin ribbons and Miss Laura Frick, in a white frock, scattered rose petals. Miss Grace Enos of Brookings, S. D., was maid of honor. She wore pink organdie and carried bridesmaid roses. The bride's gown was white French muslin. The skirt was finished with two tucked flounces and the bodice had a yoke of duchess© lace. Her flowers were bride roses. The service was read by Dr. Charles Bayard Mitchell, and Dr. Henry Plumer of Racine, Minn., wa3 best man. About sixty relatives and friends were present, and those from abroad were Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Stinchfleld, Rochester; Mrs. Lily D. Smith, Aurora, 3. D.; Mrs. S. R. Van Sant, St. Paul; William Frick, Superior; Mrs. R. C. Dugan, Eyota; Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Hart, he Roy; Misses Millet, Ra cine; Miss Eliza Wilson, Miss Mary Black, Mrs. Orrin F. Smith and Mrs. H. F. Slocum, Winona. Dr. and Mrs. Millet left for Chicago and Buffalo, and they will be at home in Roches ter after Aug. 1, An attractive wedding took place last even ing in Highland Park Presbyterian church, when Mise Grace Lee, daughter of Mrs. Mar tha B. Lee, and James Alfred Crowther of Waterloo, lowa, were married. The decora tions in the church were white and «reen. The bridal music was furnished by Miss Currier, who played the "Lohengrin" chorus and the Mendelssohn march. The ushers were Carlyle Smith, James Douglas and Thurlow Lee, and Benjamin Weld was best man. Mlbs Eliza beth McKay, in white over pink, and Miss Maude Gilkerson, in white over blue, were bridesmaids, and Miss Florence Lee, the maid of honor, wore green organdie. All of the maids carried white sweet peas. The bride's gown was of white organdie fashioned with lace and panne velvet, and her flowers were bride roses. Rev. William Campbell read the service, which was followed by a reception at the home of the bride's mother, 2027 Fre mont avenue N. The rooms were adorned with a profusion of wild flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Crowther left for the east for the sum mer. They will be at home in Waterloo in the fall. The guests from out of town were Mrs. Margaret Crowther, Waterloo, lowa, the mother of the bridegroom; his sister, Mrs. Chapman, Shell Rock, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Crowther, Osage, lowa, and Will Las by, Northfleld. Trinity Lutheran church was thronged with friends last evening to witness the marriage of Miss Dorothea Schroeder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Schroeder, and Julius J. Vlck. Palms formed a simple decoration around the altar. Fred Schroeder played the bridal mu sic, and J. Q. Beck sang "Oh, Promise Me" as an accompaniment for the serivce, which was read by Rev. P. Sievers. Otto Colby and William Golden were ushers. Miss Barbara Herre and Miss Emma Miller were brides maids and wore white batiste trimmed with insertion and tucks, and carried pink roses. Miss Mary Herre was maid of honor, and her gown was like that of the bridesmaids. Little Elsie and Florence Lansendorf were flower girls and were in white frocks and carried baskets of flowers. The bride's gown was of white moufsellne de soie with trimmings of Valenciennes lace and ribbon. She wore a veil and carried bride roses. Martin Schroe der, John Miller and Fred Beck were the bridegroom's attendants. The service was followed by a reception at the home of the bride, 220 Twenty-first avenue S. Mr. and Mrs. Vick left on the evening train for Chi cago. A quiet wedding took place last evening in St. Stephen's church, when Mies Josephine Purcell of Davenport, lowa, and James F. O'Meare of Kallspell, Mont., were married. Only the immediate members of the family were present at the service, which was read by Rev. Fr. Walsh. Miss Nan Purcell of St. Louis was maid of honor, and the bridegroom was attended by J. C. Chambers and C. C. Chambers. An informal reception followed at the apartments of the bride's sister, Mrs. C. C. Chambers, in the Astoria. The rooms were decorated with flowers and ferns to car ry out a color scheme of white and. pink. Mr. and Mrs. O'Meare will remain in Minneapolis for a few days before going to their new home In Kalispell. The guests included Mrs. Mary Purcell, Davenport, lowa, the bride's moth er; Mrs. W. E. Collins and daughter kather ine, Davenport, lowa, and Miss Purcell, St. Louis, Mo. The home of Mrs. Setona Hattelburg, 1010 E Eighteenth street, was the scene of a pretty ■wedding last evening, when Miss Blanche Hattelburg and George B. Boomer of New York were married. About fifty relatives an.J friends were present at the service, which was read by Rev. Alfred Ramsey. The mat ron of honor was Mrs. Earl Edgioton of Akron, lowa, a cousin of <<he bride. She wore white silk mull trimmed with serpen tine lace. Mr. Edginton acted as best man. The bride's gown was of white mousseline de sole, fashioned with lace insertion and puffs. She carried red roses. Mr. Boomer and his THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUKNAL. bride left for Buffalo on their way to their new home in Brooklyn. Miss Edith Laird, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Laird, and Dr. Herbert Q. Lampson, were married last evening at the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Sarah C. Laird, 928 Seventh street SE. The service was read by Rev. Ernest W. Shurtleff. Mr. and Mrs. Lampson left for the east and they will be at home in Washburn, Wls., after July 1. A group of Minneapolis relatives went to St. Paul last evening to attend the wedding of Miss Lucia Pope, daughter of General arid Mrs. E. M. Pope, and Benjamin Chandler Taylor, formerly 6t Minneapolis, which took place at the home of the bride's parents. The service was read by Dr. Samuel Q. Smith. Mr. Taylor and his bride left for an eastern trip. They will be at home after Aug. 1 at 316 Byron street, St. Paul. Minneapolis friends attended the wedding or Miss Anna Marie Meurer and Francis J. Connor, which took place in the Church of the Immaculate Conception, St. Peter, yes terday. The bridegroom formerly resided in Minneapolis, but is now a resident of Fari bault. The service was read by Rev. Anton Mlks in the presence of a large gathering of friends. Little Cecelia Miller was flower girl and Miss Margaret Meurer was maid of honor. Edwin M. Connor of Minneapolis was best man. The bride's gown was of gray cloth and she carried bride roses. A wedding breakfast was served at the home of Mrs. Anna Meurer. The members of the Minneapolis Plumbers' Union who have been attending the Stato Federation of Labor convention in Mankato stopped over in St. Peter to congratulate their former associate, Mr. Connor. The bridal couple left in the afternoon for New York where Mr. Connor will represent Farlbault at the national convention of waterworks superintendents. He will bring his bride to Faribault to reside. Miss Matilda Keller and Maurice Luby were married last evening i n the Church of the Ascension. The service was followed by a reception at th% home of the bride's mother 1627 Washburn avenue. Among the pretty home weddings of Tues day was that of iMiss Catherine L Kennedy and Guy M. Stickney, which took place at the home of Mrs. William A. Marr, 3525 Iwelfth avenue S. The rooms were decorated with palms and ferns, relieved with white roses. The service was read by Rev Ernest Warburton Shurtleff and was followed by a wedding supper. Miss Fannie E. Leach and Walter S. Mc- Millan were married Monday evening at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. J Quigley 1512 Nineteenth avenue N. Rev. Mr. Greer read the service. Mr. and Mrs. McMillan went at once to Marston, Wis. No cards were issued. Miss Melvina Danielson and Benjamin Pe terson of Triumph, Minn., were married Sat urday evening by Rev. Mr. Nyquist. Miss Hlldegarde Hagelin was bridesmaid and Wal ter Hagelia was best man. The bride wore a gray gown and carried bride roses The service was followed by a reception given by Messrs. and JVlmes. Charles W. Hagelin and John Olson at the home of the former, rhe rooms were bright with flowers and ferns. A musical program was given under the oirection of Martin Bjorklund. Mr and Mrs. Peterson will reside in Triumph Mrs. Isaac A. Barnes gave a luncheon this afternoon at her home on Stevens avenue for Miss Belle Rolston. A basket : 'of carna tions and ferns formed a charming center piece and the cloth was strewn with carna ■}*?**<■ £ cluster of,white rose tied with pink ribbons marked the place of the guest of honor. The name cards were decorated with water-color landscapes, with the excep tion of Miss Rolston's, who found a Cupid at her cover. There were twelve at table, r«?h" . J U^f Were the Misses Rolston, Guthrie McCollora, Mmes. C. L. Butterfleld W. L. Martin, Fred Van Dusen, Waite Wal ter Leach, Walter Eggleston.Milo Phillips and Prank Commons. Ferns, carnations, peo nies and wild roses were used through the parlors. Invitations have been received In Minne apolis for the marriage of Miss Luella Eliza Shandrew, daughter of Mrs. Charles Shan drew, and Newell Harvey Clapp, Jr., which will take place Wednesday evening July 3 in the Church of St. John the Evangelist St' Paul. The service will be followed by a re ception at the home of Mrs. Shandrew, 546 Ashland avenue. Miss Nellie Sievers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sievers, and Benjamin F Burch will be married this evening at the home of the bride's parents, 2519 Fourth street N. Tuesday evening Miss Lenore Mi chaelson gave a parcel shower for Mits •Severs. Mrs Henry L. Staples will give a lunch eon, to-morrow for Miss Gertrude Bancroft win * f,, ' a brlde Of the month- " The S^sts will be the members of Miss Bancroft's bridal Miss Ella Carter of Franklin avenue enter tained last evening for Edna Grace Caston whose marriage takes place next week. Peo nies and ferns furnished the decorations. marked the bride's place. After lunch tha bride was showered with dainty handkei- Personal and Social. Miss Helen Balch has gone to Chicago Miss Mary Halliday is visiting in Winona. for^Buffalo" DOrr and daughter leave shortly fro^ the d 8 t Bh. BU"erfield are home Sded° "SIT haS m t0 Pi"SbUr * Mrs. I. E Garnett of 3040 Fifth avenue S has gone east for a three months' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A Tuller leave this evening for a visit to Detroit and Buffalo Mrs. C. E. Daniels and Miss Ada Daniels will go to North Dakota next week to visit Dr. and Mrs. Rush of Anderson Ind are guests of Mrs. J. E. Dukes of First'ave nue S. Miss Bessie Eddy will arrive to-morrow to spend a month or six weeks with Mrs. Samuel E. Sprague. Mr 3. Eggenspelger of Marshall, Minn, for merly of Minneapolis, is a guest of Mrs J. G. Coleman. Mrs. Addison B. Weller of Milwaukee ia the guest of her mother, Mrs. G. Bintliff 1801 Emerson avenue S. Mrs. W. A Marin of Crookston ia visiting her mother, Mrs. Pauline Poehler of 70 High land avenue, for a few days. Clover lodge. No. 25, D. of H., will sive an ice cream social to-morrow evening in Odd Fellows' hall, 404 Twentieth avenue N. Miss Gertrude Dickinson of 65 Lyndale ave nue N has returned home after a visit of eight months in eastern and southern states. Mrs. Mark H. Townseid of 4016 Park boule vard entertained thirty children Monday af ternoon in honor of her daughter Vera's twelfth birthday Richard Johnston of Glassgow, Mont is a guest at the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs Jessie Johnston, 2525 Chicago avenue Mrs. S. S. Glover and the Misses Edna and Marguerite Glover leave next week to loin Mr. Glover and Fred Glover in Glover, N.*D for a few weeks. " '* The Bible school of the First Baptist church will hold Its annual picnic to-morrow at Lake Park. The train leaves the St. Louis sta tion at 9:30 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Miller of 1500 Thirty second avenue N, leave this evening for the lake trip to Buffalo. They will spend a month in the east. Mrs. Charles A. Nimocks is entertaining her mother, Mrs. Roland Root of Coldwater Mich., and her sister, Mrs. I. A. Speers of Marshalltown, lowa. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Enegren and daugh ters of Moline, 111., are at Hotel Summers lor several weeks. They will spend part of their visit at Minnetonka. Mrs. S. P. Farrington, who has spent the winter in Santa Barbara is now the guest of Mrs. John F. Bradley at Arrowwood Cliff Bridal Veil, Oregon, and is enjoying the mountain trips in the vicinity. Mrs. Farring ton is expected home about June 15 Minneapolis people at New York hotels are- Holland, J. F. R. Foss, Mr. and Mrs C L Walker; St. Denis, J. F. Downey Herald Square, H. W. Kimball, T. F. Wallace Jr G. G. Eitel, Miss McCormick. St. Paul: Cad illac, E. H. Amon, C. H. Hohen; Sturtevant Q. W. Miller. * L. E. Fisher and M. Cavanaugh leave this evening for Washington to aitend the thir teenth annual convention of tie International Printing Pressmen and Assistant's union which is to be held June 17 to 22. They will represent the Minneapolis Press Assistants' union No. 6. Mrs. E. T. Abbott and daughters, Mabel and Marie, left last evening for the east. They were accompanied by Miss Margaret Hart zell. Mrs. Abbott will return with her son. DONALDSON'S GLASS BLOCK STORE. June Wrapper Sale. ;v Our showing this year at this sale will be found much 1 superior to former ones in two very important points— Assortment and Workmanship, and we might add a third one, —but we would rather have you judge of this, for remember, price and .quality combined make values, not price alone. This sale for Friday and Saturday only. - /BB^fltP' S V* ■S\ epaulets and braid quite full with deep flounce l^^^ll^: fe JsJMmim H^w ' s Plendid values, and we Ia I jßfe iSW^MM^^ kn°T they w-? u be- ap* I I*l i j^S^^Ss^f - '•• ': '■ "'•- -i, . ■ liOt 3 Iri this lot will be found some of lxjmm\ ».' ~ 1 grff"- ■■" • ** <m~ jl **vi Ui our oest values'» Your choice in /*s^^. ■■■.'^.T- %ff f^^i pinks, red,'.black and white; the embodiment W [^fA|: £Bmf^m o£ wrappers is placed %fifl|e|^ jfflffliiwtt^;/ Il'SilSr lififf on sale Friday and Sat- |IIIf H W^MWf MV! ' >-*sl| «iF^^raOyv_ T.nf J. About 50 dozen in dark, medium ijf ils^Mir'^w ■-'I■•IBk I W«wmllj&*rfr an patterns, in lawns and JH|| I] s#M^i! -r*-\ PfSS^^?^ percales, well made, cut full, trimmed with -tyAJ * | ISI i 'H^V^^^^y braid and ruffles, with^ deep flounce. This is ''fil/11l iliil\A/'' /RWJilw fsr«ffl«i K^m\ a wrapper that has that; air of elegance you :•;•■ lj;'i|;| 1 'wnaf//f^' BoPseldom "find 4k Q£ 1 MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED AT THESE PRICES. Nei B. Abbott, who has been attending Oberlin college, and Miss Mabel Abbott will remain east for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoff of St. Paul en tertained the proprietors and employes of Holtzermann's Chicago store Sunday after noon. Mrs. Hoff was formerly employed in the store. Supper was served from a table decked with carnationa and ferns. Mrs. Hoff was assis-ted by Misses Hoff, Oftedal and Hei berg. CLUBS AND CHARITIES Club Calendar. Friday- Frances Neal W. C. T. U., Y. M. C. A. building, 3 p. m. Mnemosyne Club, Mrs. H. M. Daniels, 1057 Thirteenth avenue SE, afternoon. Helping Hand W. C. T. U., Mrs. Mason, 1501 Adams street, 3 p. m. Business Women's club, supper, 6:30 p. m., followed by the election of officers. Woman's Christian Association, 409 Sixth Street S, 3 p. m.; executive committee, 2 p. m. The subjects for the Friendly Visitors' conferences, which are held in the Associated Charities rooms in the Boston block, Monday afternoons, are as follows: "Consideration of Families," "Friendly Visiting," "Principles of Relief," "Out Door Relief," "Industrial Insurance," "Securing Employment" and "The Year's Work." Every other meeting beginning Monday is devoted to the consid eration of families and the topics are dis cussed on the alternate Mondays. The regular monthly meeting of the Wom an's Christian Association will be held to morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at 409 Sixth street S. There being important business to transact tbe executive committee will meet at 2 o'clock. Miss Downey of the National W. C. T. U. will speak to-morrow evening In Forest Heights M. E. church. In the afternoon she will speak In the Fourth Baptist church. An entertainment will be given at the Fifth Avenue Congregational church, corner Fifth avenue and Thirty-second street S, to-morrow night, by the church. Miss Blanche Booth will give the "Book of Job" and other selec tions. Colonial D. A. R. at kafayette. The members of the Colonial chapter, D. A. R., residing on the north shore. Lake Min netonka, will entertain the 'chapter at the Lafayette club next Thursday. The members Will go out on the train leaving the union station at 9:15 Thursday morning. The hos tesses are Mmes. C. T. Thompson, W. H. Dunwoody, C. S. Hulburt, Frank Semple, Lester Brooks, N. L. Bigelow, E. C. Gar rigues, F. S. Jones, Frank Crowell, Charles Welles, E. G. Hodgson, John Bigelow and Miss Goodsell. PRIOR LAKE VISITORS. Minneapolis people at the Grainwood, Prior Lake, are: T. V. Robinson, Joseph Hollis ter, F. B. Murray, W. H. Wheeler, W. Y. Ainsworth, W. G. Nicholas, A. G. Cheemfers, Paul R. McCleary, C. W. Freest, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. George W. Bestor, Mrs. F. A. Cad well, H. H. King, F. A. Cadwell, Mrs. Wil liam R. Sweatt, Charles B. Sweatt, Ellen Doble, F. C. Boynton, C. J. Blythin. St. Paul—Dr. Biglow, D. H. Clark, Judge Metealf, M. L. Countryman, Elizabeth Kim ball, Mr. and Mrs. Hermann Weiss, Jeau nette Klmball, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Curtis, Harry Curtis, Jr., Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Lang, Miss Hefen Lang, William H. Lang, the Misses Kimberley and Taylor. Hastings—Mary E. Houghtaling, Mrs. J. A. Ennis, Miss Louise Pomeroy, Joseph Ennis,- Martha Rich, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Reid, Lu rene Hull, James Curry, Mr. andt Mrs. Paro dy, Emma Truax. Port Carbon, Pa—Dr. and Mrs. F. J.. Buroh. Shakopee—Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Southworth. Chicago—W. B. Taylor. LeSueur—Lillian Parker, Marlon Parker, Clara Parker, Carrie M. Cadwell, Edith I. Cadwell, .F. W. Tomlifcon. Jordan—George Commans, W. Holden. A SALVATION ARMY WEDDING. There will be a Salvation Army wedding Tuesday evening In the barracks, 223 First avenue S, when Ensign Minnie Lindeman of Minneapolis and Wallace G. McKinnon of West Superior, Wis., will be married. Woodmen, There Are Other*, But none so fine as the fish caught In the lakes along the SOO LINE. Excursion rates to all fishing points for your special benefit. Soo Line ticket office, 119 So 3rd St. IRgpruwel I Possesses a delicate flavor / d F >ri^W 1 I and aroma not found in / 11 1 any other Cereal Coffee. I CEREAL! i Fig^>rune is a smooth, \ Coffee I\ I palatable, nutritious bever- "J\ I age. A most wholesome '^^ttilllll|llß-rS^ I I and agreeable substitute for coffee and tea. I m^^^^ Free samples can be ob- I JT CT 4 / tamed of any grocer in the If f^,| A I cit Ask for one. I iff Fruit 1 % I It J& lf O/ ' I Boil from sto JO minates only. - I j\ tO/o / ALL GROCERS SELL I I \Gmin|/ Figprune Cereal. I WOMAN'S CLUB ELECTION Lake City Organisation in a Pros perous Condition. Special to The Journal. Lake City, Minn., June 13.—The Woman's Club held its annual meeting this afternoon and elected officers for the ensuing year: President, Mrs. C. A. Hubbard; vice presi dent, Mrs. Bertha M. Leonard; recording sec retary, Mrs. J. B. Hudson; corresponding sec retary, Mrs. I. S. Richardson; treasurer, Mrs. C. A. Hinckley; critic, Mrs. C. A. -Koch; librarian, Mrs. J. H, Harris;, program com mittee, Mmes. J. H. Harris, A. J. Myers and H. E. Maby. This club has had a very suc — 1 What a constant drain upon her *T*h 4* Alt irvtnrr strength the nursing mother sustains! 1 fie IV UrSlflg How vitally important is robust MothGf* health—important to mother and # important to child. CL/td Her Child Is there any time in a woman* iH■ in mi ii mi mii miiwini 111 wmimmil life when perfect digestion is so absolutely essential? The mother's condition at this time affects the whole family, and vitally affects the whole future life of the little, helpless infant. The genuine Johann Hoff 's Malt Extract is the nursing mother 1* friend and safeguard. It sustains the mother's strength in the days before the child is born, and is a staff to lean upon at all times, especially until the child is weaned. The peculiar fitness of Johann HofT's Malt Extract for sustaining 1] a nursing mother's strength is well known. It makes flesh and blood by promoting a perfect digestion. This keeps the nerve centres in full oyitrol and most excellent results follow. There is no mystery about the action of this great flesh and blood builder; it aids nature by the perfect assimi lation of food, in which is the mainspring of all strength. *• In the old countries of northern Europe, whence the hardiest sons and daughters came, Johann Hoff's Malt Extract has been used by nursing mothers for over half a century. Nothing equals it in simplicity of action or in certainty of good results. American mothers will do well to under stand how easy it is to get the help they need for these drains upon their strength. Buy the'genuine Johann HofPs_Malt Extract at the druggist'i. cessful year and starts out with the brightest of prospects. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Myers, worthy patron and associate matron of Lake City chapter, 0. E. S., gave the chapter a boating party Tuesday evening. A picnic luncheon vil served on the barge. They make ono feel as though life wa» worth living. Take one of Carter's Little Liver Pills after carting; It will relieve dyspepsia, aid digestion, give tone and vigor to the system. The lowest rate to Pan-American ex position has been made by the Soo lint, $20 for the round trip. 9