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MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBEE 23, 1901.
In Social Circles
The bridal dinner for Miss Hahn and Mr.
Thomas was given on Saturday evening by
the Misses Thomas at their home en Stevens
avenue. Tho decorations were in green and
white, the colors for the appointments of tb.3
wedding to-morrow. The decorations were
beautiful and unique. A column of palms,
ferns and vines in the center of the dining
room reached to the chandelier. Around it
were arranged four small tables at which the
bixteen guests were seated. Handsome bas
kets filled with carnations were used as the
centerpieces of the tables and at each cover
was placed a miniature tusket filled with
flowers. The chair of the I ride was marked
by * large bouquet of white flovera. The
name cards were in the form of two large
hearts tied together with green bows. A pic
ture of the bride adorned the cards of the
men, while on the girls' cards were scenes
suggestive of a wedding.
Miss Hahn presented her maid of honor,
Miss Alice Thomas, with a turquoi6e ring,
anJ the bridesmaids received teal rings of
gold with their monograms. Mr. Thomas
presented his best man with a handsome
watch charm, and the ushers' gifts were ma
trix stick pins. Covers were laid for sixteen,
Miss Hahn, Miss Alice Thomas, maid of
honor; Misses Welles, Mabelle Soule, Sterrett
and Cordelia Paine, bridesmaids; Miss
Thoraaa and Mrs. Hiram Ross; John W.
Thomas, Jr., the best man; Tbonias Wilbur
Chollar, Chicago, and the usheis, James
Martin, Wallace Davis, Hiram Ross, Fred
Thomas, Fred Blymey and George Rogers.
The marriage or Miss Marie Gjertsen,
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. M. Falk Gjert
seu, to Carlo Fisher took place Saturday in
Pittsburg, Pa., where Mr. Fisher is "cellist
in the Philharmonic orchestra. Mr. aid Mrs.
Fisher met in 1897 in Helslngfors, Finland,
where the bride spent a year with tho fam
ily of Walter Petzet. Mr. Fisher has been
in Minneapolis on several occasions, playing
ence for the Ladies' Thursday Musicale, and
lest spring in a series of special concerts
given by Seiberfs orchestra in St. Paul.
Mrs. Fisher -was graduated from the Man
ning School of Oratory and taught in the
school. She also taught elocution and phys
ical culture in the South Side high school.
Her marriage was a decided surprise to her
friends, as she did not confide her plans to
any of them before leaving for tho const Jast
week.
Tho home of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Law
rence, 1219 Fourth street £E, was the sceno
of a pretty but simple veddiug Saturday
evening at S o'clock, when their niece. Miss
Madge Lorraine Whitten of Everett, Wash.,
was united in marriage to Louis A. Walling.
The service was read by Rev. F. R. Cooper.
Mr. and Mrs. Walling will be at home after
Xov. 1 at 711 W Twenty-fifth street.
Saturday morning at 9 o'clock Miss Mary
8., the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
V. L. Colyer, was united in marritge to Her
bert H. Stevens of Minneapolis at the home of
the Lride in Morris, Minn. Rev. A. Justin
Northrup officiated; Miss Rebecca Colyer, the
bride's slater, was bridesmaid, and Fred B.
Hill was the best man. The young couple
have goj© east. They will be at home after
Xov. 15 at 3018 Pillsbury avenue. Minne
apolis. A wedding breakfast was served after
the ceremony. Relatives were prerent from
several towns in Minnesota and from Wau
kesha, W'is.
Mrs. L. Gallipeau announces the engage
ment of her daughter, Actdie May, to John H.
Jay. The wedding will take place early In
October.
The Misses Gilmore of 1600 Laurel avenua
■will give a tea on Friday afternoon from 3 to
5 for their guests, Mrs. Frederic Camp of
Bridgeport, Conn., and Miss Williams of
Pennsylvania. The invitations have been ex
tended only to the women of the younger set.
Clayton D. Gilbert will give an informal
reception Saturday evening at his residence,
14<)2 Nicollet avenue, In honor of Henry Law
rence Southwick of Emerson college of Ora
tory, Boston, who will be his guest during
his stay in the city. The gueets invited to j
meet Mr. Southwick are chiefly Mr. Gilbert's
pupils and people interested in dramatic stud
ies. Mr. Southwick will give a recital on
Friday evening for the University Dramatic
Club and will appear at the Maukato nor
mal school on Wednesday evening.
A reception will be given for Dr. R N
M.Kaig and family at Simpson church on
Vednesday, Sept. 21, to which all friends are
invited.
Rev. Dr. James Suuderland of Oakland,
Cal., recent secretary of the Baptist Mis
sionary Union for the coast, is being enter
tained at the home of his daughter Mrs
John E. Hodge, 18' JO Third avenue S. Dr
Sunderland was formerly secretary for Mm
Wedding Invitations.
New York Styles.
The Beard Art Co,,
624 Nicollet.
Finch's Opening Assembly
Thursday Evening, Sept. 26,
Richmond Hall, Bth & Nloollet. Program 9.
.
Chickens -g?R.^: l2Je
Hams pS:.' a.:......;.. I2J C
Bacon *.■££*;. 9c
Sausage £«?:. fOe
Butter ,a?jSS!i....: .81,15
Catsup Homemade: I2Jc
UatSUP per quart IZ2C
Mustard Fieuch prepared, in one tOm.
fflUSlaiU quart Mason jars |gQ
Potatoes pert eshT c: 90c
Squash ca a c r Ke. Hu. bba. r. d' ......5c
Beets &.:;:!....;.:..;.. 12c
Cranberries ?e?V. 8c
Tokay Grapes :££&k*... 29c
Concord Grapes &t......17c
Pears For Preserving, - 50c
real S per teck.... ; ....OUC
0A a a c Fancy. Freestones, ! OP.
r6aCn6S naif bushel boxes. OOC
Df. iaM M California. blue, ha.
riUlllS per basket... ICG
C.« M Monarch. ■ An.
wOap 10 large bars OJC
81uin^a.:.;.:...:......;.;..:.;..6D
Washing Soda L! bs .-.lOc
Parlor Matches &n He
AD A [}..„ This famous article, per
■ Di Ui DGglcasetwo *< Af)
* :: dozen quarts ..W>'iOU
Halt Extract Schlitz. a wonderful tonic,
mall CAIiaCT per . 01 CA
dozen ......... «!■ */U
RllPA'linflu UfiNA Chambertin type,
DUlgUßuy Wine a famous*! «C
** * dinner wine, gal ...... VliCt)
Dap! WltiA 5 years old, great strength
r0 pr e! K a"n ße.. abSOlU! e. PUr! 81.00
Scotch Whiskey:?^av&^:
■ per bottle.. SfOC
Old Crow ™&™. quarts:. 80s
Duffy's H»H K^v.Sl?
nesota, and has a host ot friends in this
state. Friday evening about forty of these
gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hodge
to renew their friendship with Dr. Sunder
land. A very delightful evening waa spent.
Mr. and Mrs. James Singer leave to-mor
row, returning to Mr. Singer's former home
in Aberdeen, Scotland. On Friday evening
Mr. and Mrs. Silas H. Towler gave a farewell
reception for them to 100 guests. The house
was decorated with autumn leaves and re
freshments were served in the dining-room.
Mr. Singer, who is a well-known barytone,
sang a group of Scotch songs, and other mu
sical numbers were furnished by the quartet
of Park Avenue Congregational church and
by Mrs. E. W. French and Mrs. Alice Adrian.
Pratt.
On Tuesday evening a stag farewell dinner
was given at the Commercial Club for Mr.
Singer.
Captain and Mrs. W. A. Carleton, who leave
early in October for the Philippines, were
the guests of honor at an informal entertain
ment given Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs.
Harry D. Lackore. There were present about
twenty-five intimate friends of Captain and
Mra. Carleton, and General C. McC. Reeve
voiced the sentiments of all when he spoke
of the good will and friendship with which:
they were regarded.
Mr. and Mrs. George Murtfeldt gave a din
ner Thursday evening in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Swift of Jamaica, Covers were
laid for ten.
A card party was given Thursday evening
by Mrs. Q. W. Ellsworth, 3009 Emerson ave
nue X, for her daughter, Mrs. C. H. Gardner
of Rockford, 111., who is her guest. Tho
house was decorated with flowers and a sup
per was served on the card tables after the
gamps. The prizes were won by Mrs. McMil
lan, Miss Wood, Messrs. Falconer and John
aon.
Miss Mac Hoban gave a china shower on
Thursday evening at her home in Oak Lake
for her cousin, Miss Ella Hoban, one of the
brides of next week. The company of young
women included the Misses Maud White, Mac
Keyes, Letita Conway, Lou Wold, Nellie
Clark, Minnie Gillis, Lonce Melchischeck,
Vera Rioux, Cathryn 0 Brien, Daisy and
Frances McXally, Margaret Xeary, May Ho
ban and May Rolph.
The marriage of Miss Gertrude Zahner and
Frank Jobst took place last Monday after
noon at the home of the Rev. Charles Fox
Davis, the officiating clergyman. The bride
was attended by Miss May Rotherburger and
Louis Payette.
Signer Edgard Perera has returned from a
five months" trip abroad. He found this
summer much more enjoyable than the last,
owing to the difference in the crowds drawn
by the exposition and by ordinary travel. He
spent most of his time in Piedmont with his
sister in her new villa. He also visited with
his brother, Signor Gino Perera, who for
merly lived in Minneapolis, and his wife,
who was a Miss Thatcher of Boston. Signor
and Mrs. Gino Perera are established in
Brussels for at least two years, and he is
.studying 'cello at the Coneervatory.
Signor Perera makes trips abroad nearly
every year and found the last the most en
joyable of any. In view of the frightful heat
of America it is interesting to know that he
experienced no discomfort from heat at any
time, even in Italy. He heard much music
and found La Tosca and Giordano's "Andrea
Chenier" the most popular operas.
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Moss of 3521
Humboldt avenue S, entertained at dinner
for Miss Nellie Bloni and GuStave. Darth,
whose marriage occurs next Wednesday. Sun
i •lay evening a luncheon followed by a re-
I hearsal was given, for the attendants of the
I bridal party at the bride's homo, 2729 First
avenue S. The bride's gifts to her maids
were silver spoons, and the groorr. presented
bis groomsmen with silver nratch cases The
, flower girl and page received gold riLgs as
1 T™,^ ThiS evening Mrs. J. A. Lcngren
of 1824 Fourth avenue S will entertfin the
bridal party.
Personal and Social.
W. L. Winsell is in New York.
Dr. A. F. Irwin has returned from the east
cisV;^rsa? has gone to Kansas
city for a week s visit.
Miss Harriet Davis has returned from New
\ork on account of ill health.
Miss S. R. Escott, 12 E Fourteenth street,
has returned from New York.
Mrs. Charles H. Cirkler, who has spent
three months In Seattle, has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Westley have re
thur °m a two weeks' trip to Port **-
Miss Myrta Holliday leaves this evening
school ' V" Where She wlll attend
Mrs. C. A. Dolliver will be at home. to
friends 'at 823 Fourth avenue S after
[ Monday.
i thM £ ndMra' Mil° G' Phillips came in from
; the lake Thursday and are at their home on
Nicollet avenue.
Miss Jennie May Piers has gone to Duluth
| and West Superior, where she will give a
number of readings.
j■h Dr. R. O Beard and Harington Beard have
been called to Chicago on account of the
death of their father.
I ■-, Miss Erskine of Newvllle, Pa., who haa
; been visting Mrs. George Douglass, leaves
i to-night for the east.. • .■.•'<■
L. T. Abbott and family, who have been
spending the summer at Solberg's Point will
return to the ctiy Monday. •
Frederick W. Clifford entertained his
brother, George B. Clifford, Grand Forks
N. D., Friday and Saturday. . '
- Mrs. A. H. Petrie and Miss Blanche Petr'e
have returned from the east and are at their
apartment in th& Normandie. -
A cinch party will be given on Oct. 3 at
Morgan Post hall, 307 Nicollet avenue, by
Minnehaha Grove, No. 11, W. C.
Mr. and Mrs. William Edward Ford have
just returned from a two weeks' trip to the
Pan-American and through Canada.
Mrs. Long of Charles City, lowa, who has
been the guest of Mrs. C. C. Wyman of 1813
Dupont avenue S, left for home to-day.
Miss Alice Dubois cf W Twenty-fourth
street. New York, is visiting with Mr. and Mrs
Arthur Drake of 120 E Seventeenth street.
Joshua W. Sharpe of Chambersberg Pa
Is spending a few days in the city as the
guest of Mrs. Joshua Williams and family.
S. H. Wilson has purchased a new home
on Bryant avenue S and will move in from
the lake as soon as Mrs. Wilson's health
■will permit.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. White, who are the
guests of their daughter, Mrs. H. H. Barber
will return to their home in Brainerd to
morrow.
Miss Campbell is visiting friends in Kan
sas City and, with them, will tour Texas and
Louisiana, visiting some of the large cotton
plantations along the Red river.
Mr. and Mrs.: L. R. Brooks left last even-
Biliousness
disordered stomach, consti
pation, liver and kidney com
plaints are remedied by using
Carlsbad Sprudel Salt. It is
mild but certain in its action.
Carlsbad
Sprudel Salt
cleanses the system effect
ually, purifies the blood and
aids the organs in their func
tions.
Every bottle of genuine imported
Carlsbad Sprudel Salt bears sig
nature of Eisner & Mendleson Co.,
Sole Agents, N. Y. Beware of
imitations.
DONALDSON'S GLASS BLOCK.
/»EvQq jrifl^^^E^h m^S J^Js^^P^ 3n^B
Special
New Fall Silks.
AH the New Fall weaves. The showing embraces
besides the old faxorites some new fancy Peau de
Soles, Peau de Cygrres, Satin Lummeaux, Pal
lette de Soies, Striped Louisines, Granite Silks,
Warp Prints (the suit that Paris raves over under
the name of "Blurred" effects); Gros de Lamdres,
etc. Tuesday we offer the following specials:
Another wonderful bargain, in the most desirable
Black Peau de Soi© shown this season; 21 inches
wide; heavy, strong body; pure dye, with a beau
tiful glove finish. Never sold. less oSbsß& sff^
than $1.25. For this sale only, &^er£m &S
yard........................... x «^
At Silk Department Counter.
Imported Black French Satin Dtfchesse, unrivalled
by any duchesse shown at less than $1.25; this is
the most beautifully finished Black 0% jSwF Jf^
Satin Duchess on the market today, JfJB &3
For this sale only '. ..........;... **&'.
At Silk Department Counter.
New Black Velvet Velours; our own importation,
30 inches wide; just arrived. Prices
$2.75 $3.25 $4.
Women's & I ImlAviuAAP
Children's UnilßfW§Bf.
Manufacturer's Samples, 300 Pieces of
Winter Underwear for Women and Children.
Fleeced cotton, wool and wool plated vest or pants-
These are Manufacturer's Mill Samples and will
be on sale Tuesday at prices much below regular
retail prices. Come early and get the choice.
Children's Coats.
NEW FALL STYLES.
Children's Short Coats, made of plain or boucle
cloth, trimmed handsomely with braid or fur;
made in box style; .made in all the popular
shades; sizes 1 to 3 years. |ff|© jSS lOifr
regular price $5.00. For bbJJlm^j§ Bg"*srv!&M
this sale ;..... tt -T^
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Great Manufacturer's Sample Sale of
Men's Winter Underwear.
On Tuesday morning we will have on our Men's
Underwear counter one of the largest lines of man
ufacturers' samples, gathered from the best known
mills in the country, arranged according to size,
each garment marked in plain figures, and plenty
of courteous salesmen to wait on you.
This will be the greatest and only opportunity
for you to make a selection from so wide a range
of qualities and prices. '
Corset Special.
W. B. Empire Girdle is a dainty little corset, made
of batiste. It defines the waist line sharply and
gives perfect freedom to hips and bust. Small
women will find it an ideal 0& 41 tftml^^
corset. Colors, white, pink n§g& MmMM MM
and blue. Price ......... *T v mWP**
S. • | Your name and address for
(PUfi our new a^ an(l Winter
Hi 111 Catalogue.
Ing for New York. On their return they will
occupy the Ladd residence on Oak Grove
street until the middle of January.
Mrs. Prank Allen has gone to Cardiff,
England, where she has relatives living, and
where she lived prior to coming to Minne
apolis to reside. She will return in Feb
ruary.
Miss Margaret Blxby was pleasantly sur
prised at her home Thursday evening, when
a number of her young friends came to help
her celebrate her fourteenth birthday. There
were games and music during the evening
and refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Wilcox have received
a telegram announcing the departure of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry E. Wilcox from Philadelphia
for home. Mr. Wilcox has completely re
covered from an operation for appendicitis.
General J. W. Barlow, U. S. A., retired,
formerly chief of engineers. Is visiting in
Minneapolis, accompanied by his daughter,
Miss Alice Barlow, and is the guest of his
niece, Mrs. W. B. Tuttle, 1312 Portland ave
nue.
Mrs. Marshall, wife of Senator Thomas
Marshall of North Dakota, is in the city, the
guest of Mrs. Douglas Webster, Bryant ave
nue, during the absence of Mr. Marshall in
Washington. On his return they will both
go to Washington.
Mrs. Genevieve Greaves returned from a
short visit to-day at Hastings., where she
accompanied her aunt, Mrs. Althea Hoadley
of Jollet, who has been her guest for the past
two months. Mrs. Henry Vilas of Madison,
Wis., vister of Mrs. Greaves, is expected the
last of the week for an indefinite stay.
Sydney H. Morse, called "The Orient Ten
or," will give a vocal recital Wednesday eve
ning at St. Mark's guild hall, assisted by
Misa Harriet Wales, soprano; Miss Eugenic
Temple, reader, and T. V. Twinning, accom
panist. The songs will be chiefly ballad
music, in which Mr. Morse excels.
Northwestern people at New York hotels:
Minneapolis—lmperial, C. Conhaine; Broad
way, H. Rasicz; Kensington, H. Weis. St.
Cloud—Grand, R. C. Bayley. St. Paul-
Broadway, E. M. Freeman; Everett, G. F.
Koch: Belvedere, J. G. Long; Sturtevant, M.
Nicholson; Manhattan, M. Heimes. Mankato
—Gilsey, R. Louney.
A chickn pie supper will be served by the
members and friends of the Bloomington Ave
nue M. E. church on Wednesday evening at
the Republican wigwam. Fifteenth avenue
S and Lake street. The South Side Tea com
pany will furnish the entire program under
the leadership of E. P. Cole. The supper
will take tha form of a benefit for the pastor,
Rev. C. F. Davis.
Misses Gertrude Apelt and Blanche Nic
olas gave a hayrack ride on Friday evening,
which was followed by a melon feast at the
borne of Miss Gertrude Apeit, 1716 Eleventh
avenue S. The guests were: Cleveland Stein.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUKNAE.
Mabel Bennett, Lydia Oftedal, Edward Mil
ler, Anna Dahl, Harry Dahl, Lucy Brugger,
John Bolton, Berger Jager, llattie Rosaucler,
Laura Strelow, Harry Bell, Esther Apelt,
Willie Apelt, Blanche Nicholas, Joe Nicholas,
George Hauser and Gertrude Apelt.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Woodcock and Misa
Gertrude Woodcock will leave Tuesday eve
ning for the west. They will make their
home on the Pacific coast for yie next few
years.
Northwestern people at New 'York hotels:
Minneapolis: Holland, G. H. Partridge; Ash
land, S. Chambers, J. Mitchell, J. O.'Donnell,
Broadway, H. G. Dunlap and wife; Murray
Hill, M. Glassberry; Victoria, C. F. Harris;
Imperial, J. D. Thurston; Grand Union, Mrs.
R. Reese, F. M. Bailey, Waseca, St. Paul:
Holland, S. Finch, Mrs. G. R. Finch; Man
hattan, O. D. Johnson; Sturtevant, A. Hast
man; Ashland, W. A. Hammond; Imperial,
W. S. Doron, J. C. Doronj Grand Union, Q.
De Casha; Astor, J. E. Brown.
MISS LONG'S RECOVERY
She Will Soon Visit MaasMchiisetn
and Washington,
JVew York Sun Special Sorviee
Colorado Springs, Ccl., Sept. 23.—Miss Helen
Long, daughter of Secretary of the Navy John
D. Long, has so far recovered from her
ill health since coming hera in November,
1898, that «he will be able' to leave here
this week for the east on a visit She will go
direct to Hingham, Mase., her father't sum
mer home, where sho will Fpend an indefinite
season. It is probable that she will visit
New York and Washington before she re
turng, which may not be before next spring.
She came here in a state of nervous ex
haustion with pulmonary tendencies brought
on by numerous social functions in Washing
ton's official society. She has recovered some
thing like her former health, though she
is not robust. The secretary bought a valu
able lot here a year ago and erected a ten-
I room residence. Miss Helen Long and her
sister, Miss Margaret, occupy it and will
continue to do so permanently.
WEDS AN IOWA WOMAN.
Special to The Journal.
Rapid City, S. D., Sept. 23.—News of the
marriage of James Sharp of this city fo Miss
Ida Mcßeynolds of Cedar Rapids, lowa, has
been received. The groom is ccurt sten
ographer for the seventh judicial district with
headquarters in this city, and is also grand
master of the I. 0. O. F. of this state, .
Tuesday
Cloaks Suits Furs
A Marvelous Assortment at Matchless Prices-
Note the Leaders for Tuesday.
One lot 40-inch Automobiles—Made of a fine, all
wool, Kersey; neatly tailor-stitched; lined through
out with guaranteed satin; they come in castor,
black, tan and brown; dfiSi Jm MF± 9£* ftfa
are worth $20.00. For^^^^fe IniS«al MJS
■Tuesday .... ......... m^^mm*, lfc^ •
One lot 27-inch Half Tight-Fitting Box Coats;
prettily tailor-stitched; made of all-wool, heavy,
Washington Mills Kersey; im castor; black, red
out with guaranteed satin; S&SBa£S BJb
out with guaranteed satin; J^jfa^ MM
good value at $12.50...... Vftr^er mm^
Walking Skirts— One lot Heavy Oxford Gray
and Blue-Mixed Walking Skirts; made with full
tailor-stitched gf§% JKMF £&& &F^k
flounce; good value VQb t^k J^fe S3
at $7. Tuesday... %£$ WyP ftf 9jJP
Fur Scarfs— One lot genuine Mink Scarfs, of
good quality 36 inches long; finished with six
fluffy tails; a good JM gP% mm jffiSb
$12.00 value. For Ok JSJf MM B
Tuesday %^ *UP H %J?
One lot Black Marten Scarfs, 26 inches long,
trimmed with six wolf jffe Jo^fe BKHK £T
tails; a good $10.00 Jji» J&Ofc JF &&
value. Tuesday fj^P ffl Jf %J?
Flannel Dept.
High . grade printed French flannels, exclusive
patterns and entirely new color combinations
specially adapted to the new autumn iSSijffl &*?_**_
waists, wrappers and kimonos, 27 £f wIM ffllm
inches wide, per yard, 0n1y........ *^.^^
Baby Flannel—so Pieces fftk fBBT
fine soft, cream-white flannel j^P •**& of^
27 in. wide; Tuesday, yard... .JSbBI '^tJP Wh&
Ootton Flannel— -100 Pieces unbleached cot
ton flannel, heavy napped. S^^ "§
On sale Tuesday, per yard, JiNif J^^
only ........ . GLJm -^mjw
Shaker Flannel— 200 pieces ~"'£^ ■_^_
bleached Shaker Flannel, soft and JPl^^^
fleecy, on sale Tuesday, at, yard WjW
Wrapper —Hundreds of new J Cot
ton Wrapper Flannels, pretty g&j- BBW '.
stripes and Persian patterns, W O^fe 0?^
extra heavy. At 12 l/^c and.... Us 9^P {U?
BLACK SILKS.
Purchased at Auction to be Sold
Tuesday at Following Gut Prices:
Imported black Swiss Taffeta, 19 inches wide, a
splendid strong, firm cloth; strictly pure silk and
dye, brilliant lustrous finish, a MB BBS^^
standard 59c silk, for this excep- &&*Jsl]& SS
tional sale only, yard ........ . Maa*r .vt&y
On Bargain Tables front aisle.
Here is an . unprecedented. offering in a strictly
high class Black French Taffeta, 21 inches wide.
This silk is Lyorx's dyed, a deep jet black, rich
lustrous finish and of unexcelled quality. It's
equal cannot be purchased for less £$£&?* -j^
than 89c. For this sale fiSliuP tS
only . W
; s On Bargain Tables front aisle.
Yard wide Black Taffeta was never so sought after
as it is now. For this sale we are JSTfe jffy <*&&*
able to give you the regular $1.25 mtfflJgL^ flo •
quality for only ................ i^r <&£?
On Bargain Tables, Front Aisle.
CLUBS AND CHARITIES
Club Calendar.
TUESDAY—
Elective Study club, Mrs. Ell Karker, Min
nehaha Falls, afternoon.
Tuesday club, Mrs. Cramer, 3220 Park ave
nue, -2:30 p. m.
Opening session, annual convention, Min
nesota W. C. T. U., Plymouth church, 9 a. m.
A reception in honor of Rev. and Mrs. J.
E. Bushnell will be given on Wednesday
alternoou by the Woman's Westmirster City
Mission Sociaty at the chapel of the church.
There will be a brief statement of the
■work proposed for the industrial schools and
Mr. Bushnell vill give a talk on his summer
vacation among the Selkirk mountains. Mus
ical numbers will be furnished by Sydney
Morse, the "oriental tenor," and Mr. Twin
ning.
The first meeting of the Business Women's
Club for the fall will be an important special
meeting Wednesday evening in the temporary
club headquarters in the Lyceum Theater
building. Among other important items of
business to be decided Is the question of
whether club rooms shall be maintained this
year and where they shall be located The
regular meeting of the club will begin the
first Tuesday in October.
The newly organized French Circle meets
every Friday with Mrs. E. A. Conrad in
Eighteenth street. Seme of the members are
studying the grammar and reading short
etcries in Frerch, while another group is
reading the dramas of Moliere and Coinielle,
MERRIAM PARK
The Cosmopolitan club will hold its first
study meeting with Mrs. C. D. Waters
Wednesday, Oct. 2. The general subject is
"The Geography of China." Essays will be
on the subjects (a) "Map Study of the Land
of Shen"; (b) "The Hoang Ho, or China's
Sorrow"; (c) "The Yar.g-tse-Kiang and the
Rich Province of Szechuan."
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Johnson of West Su
perior have moved into the Jones residence
on Carroll street.
St. Mary's parish tendered a reception to
Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Ten Broeck at the home
of Captain and Mrs. Alcßougail Friday even
ing.
Mrs. Harry Titcomb enUrUiaod tk* Smwt
as Dress Goods.
50 pieces mixed Venetians in the newest fall
shades, 42 inches wide, good t^£% Mm m k
weight; special for Tuesday, only, J&tS&ffS
per yard 1""r *^
48inch new Granite Cloth, extra weight and fin
ish, in all the leading fall 40 $%$?%
shades. Selling price is, 3fc W » MMm B
per yard Wjr m mmm
New Homespuns, 56 inches wide, light medium
and dark oxford grey, gff% gM 4^% W**
for this sale at only, Rfc W **&
per yard ** U M %&
Broadcloth and Venetian, 52 inches wide, latest
for tailor-made suits; in grays, castors, cadets,
browns, blue, green, old gK dfa
rose and tan shades; per 3fflJlf
yard, only " m m
Cloth Suitings— s6-inches wide, in plain mix
ed and fancy stripes, need no lining, per yard,
$fmso and $2*25
Black Goods.
The most extensive and comprehensive display
of new black dress goods for Autumn wear that
it has ever been our good fortune to offer our
public will be ready to-morrow. The extreme
popularity of black textiles has evidently stimu
lated the manufacturers to greater efforts than
ever before as regards the production of novel
and Dleasing effects. We call especial attention
to the following immense assortment of Broad
cloths, Cheviots, Prunellas, Homespuns, Basket
Cloths, Camel's Hair Canvas, Venetians, Camel's
Hair Etamines, Tailor Stripes, etc. We offer for
Tuesday the following special values:
500 Bargains — heavy Storm Serge,
all wool; 40-inch fine French Granite Cloth 40
--inch Camel Hair Cheviot, 46-inch §jj~& 0\ ■■
Fancy Granite Weaves; value to Jf^ mfftMS
75c; special bargain, yard ....... ***r %&&r
750 Bargains— s2-inch Camel Hair Cheviot,
guaranteed sponged and shrunken 50-inch heavy
Pilot Serge; 46-inch French Surah &*;$&&& --■*,
Serge; values to $1.00 per yard; MJ® RE
special bargain. *a«F vtfer
$1.25 Camel Hair Cheviot, 89c— 25 pcs.
black Camel Hair Cheviot, makes a fine tailor-,
made suit or separate skirt; reg- $sfoif[%£&&*
ular $1.25 quality; special bargain,
per yard m^
Dressing Sacques
Women's New Eiderdown .Dressing
Saoques— Made with a large roand collar,
trimmed with applique in ig|a riß && E£
handsome design, popular m&Bb W m m& -
shades, value $2. Tuesday tt*^ m m^m
is Fall Petticoats
Made of handsome mercerized sateen, trimmed
with two deep accordion plaitings, tailored through
out and made on a McGee Jr^ jfS ||!&
adjustable yoke, worth 2s^JttfEm ma4£ffl*mm
$3.60. For Tuesday..... yr&B m m *&
Mail Orders
Filled from tbis Advertisement.
Sixteen Euchre club Thursday ofternoon.
Miss Clara Thomas, who has teen visiting
Mrs. Harry Crandall, returned to Omaha
Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Alan Ter Bush will entertain the Sweet
Sixteen Euchre club Thursday.
Mrs. Harry Frost has been entertaining
Mrs. Brown of Wifrnar.
Mrs. J. C. Boehn of St. Cloud has returned
from Canada and Buffalo, and is the guest of
her mother, Mrs. Adamson.
Mrs. Pierce, who has been the guest of
Mrs. Adamson, has returned to Bald Eagle.
The Ladies' Aid society met at the Pres
byterian church Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Henderson, who has been visiting her
father in Gait, Ont., has returned home.
Mrs. John Stevens of Bangor, Me., Is visit
ing her sons, F. C. and F. F. Stevens.
/fjh J) f j^\ >% Established 1882.
Our Entire Second Floor is for Ladles.
Women's Tailor-Maule S\iits
* The suits you have been waiting for have arrived, and you will not
be disappointed in the showing, for a better lot of man-tailored suits
at popular prices have never been on sale. A few hints: ..
At $12—Cheviot Suit, tight fitting, At $16.50—Suit of Ladies' Cloth,
military collar, jacket and skirt trimmed tight fitting jacket, military collar, ; jacket
' -It.' '■'£ v v j "rl" a » -no j silk lined: skirt with flounce; both jacket
with stitched bands of taffeta silk, flounced gnd skkt ' ißiStetu]lj trimmed with bind of
skirt; worth $18 at $12. Colors blue, satin; a suit worth $21 for $16.50.
brown and black. v t' At $25 — Made ; of fine cheviot, ;
• At $13.50—Cheviot Suit, blouse jack- trimmed with black satin, velvet collar,
* a i.-_x • t. i. j lAi'^Zi''' j ; flounce skirt and taffeta silk drop skirt, 6
et, flounce dart; jacket and slAt trimmed accordion plaiting;jack et tight back,
with black taffeta silk; worth $18.50 at dip front;: worth $35. Special at $25.
$13.50. Colors black, blue and brown. Colors—Black, brown and blue.
«J bemouth -. Clothing House. Sixth and Ntcollet
Sales
Mr. and Mrs. Graham Torrance of Dayton
avenue, have returned from Mlnnetonka.
Miss Rose Demro of Dover, is the guest
of Mrs. Cobb.
Mrs. E. A. Drew and Mrs. Lou Hodsorv gave
large parties for their little daughters last
week.
Miss Ida Mac Lord returned to Chicago
Friday.
Miss Mamie Delanant of Morris is visiting
Miss Donnelly.
Mrs. Frank W. Watson entertained the We
Girls' club Tuesday afternoon. Prizes were
won by Mrs. Coleman, Mrs. Neely and Miss
Thomas.
Mrs. Roger Cooley entertained at cards
Wednesday evening.
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