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MOXDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2, 1001.
Our Second Floor is for Ladies. Furs, Cloaks, Jackets, Millinery,' Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear, etc., etc. ff\f\ Jl f^ j\ si Established 1882. * '• 12 Leading Stores under One Roof, One Rent, One Management Four Important Offerings of /s^jmL jf^v Women JACKETS fiWmv V& -nd NEWMARKETS ' / fKI^ ~. ? ' %'y^-i^^ Here is news t0 be ap • I iF?^^ (C??])^W^lJ predated by every wor n BLP^e^sel^Slim.^ anwhois not fully .pro fq /' i^"iT^f jjte^y V'V ' vic*ec* with proper winter ?W%A VW^te^VSM) over - garments; and the f&fY'Jm \^ i=\w^Cs^T' Price"savig is offered before fU l/ / f|ml\ The collection includes both / y &i t|\^ Jackets and Newmarkets. All »Tull^j I / »\ - % smart styles, entirely new, hand <"rs^A X*^ somely —not to be matched else iA^y^^/\ \ where at less than the values named uL^ii I •In, V W ane*c* probably not at that. IFll^jniA m \\ They are just the sort of coats most ' ![wj*~» I \v. i& u\ popular now; and the variety is broad •tvtiPl / v Vi enough to meet almost every reasonable •*»* - 1-* « \. wish. With a saving as great now as it may be after Christmas, there is no profit in losing the additional wear that will be secured by choos ing one of these handsome under-price Coats to-morrow. At $7.so— Worth $12, fine pebble [ At $20— smooth finished kersey, cheviot Jacket, 27 inches long, storm col- ' 42 inches long, storm collar and revere of lar, satin lined, pearl buttons, the best ! mita? on **»«> satin lined; a wonderful voi« « a **i.i *.- r i. bargain at $20, worth $30. See others and value ever offered at this time of the year then see these and judge for yourself m perfect garment. . At $12 nd $15 _ Oxford newmar . At $10 —Worth to $15, made of kets and raglans, just the garment you have smooth finished kersey; 27 inches long, been looking for; we closed a couple of double breasted with a half fitting back hundred at our own price and now give I and stitched seams, storm or notch collar, you the benefit; these garments are worth satin lined. This is as good looking a $16.50 and $22.50; see them and con- Jacket as you ever saw at $15; special,slo. vince yourself. WOMAN'S HATS. A sale of hats— more than a hundred—of all colors and shades, from black to white, marked $2.50, from $8.00 tomorrow morning. They're shop-worn— in the cases too long; too many people have admired them, and they look a little the worse for it; so down go the prices. They're not worth $8.00 or $6.00, but well worth $2.50. GLOVES AND HOSIERY Now is the time to come and make your : Also white cashmere gloves, silk lined, Christmas selections, while the stock is i golf and Angora gloves, in all colors, complete and fresh. Prices 50c, 75c and $1.00. Women's gloves in all popular shades Women's fancy lisle thread hose, also plain in pique and overseam, silk lined and un- ! black cotton, cashmere and fleeced lined lined. Prices $1.50, $2 00 and $2.50. | splendid values for 35c, or 3 pairs for $1. The Tlymouth Clothing House, Sijcth & JVicotlet. , M# Jk TT^UFSt Of all the best makes and standard qualities IT W&iI m %JfmWmm%9 for nen and Women at LOWEST COSTS. Boys' thin model Elgin or Wai- Q* AEA ladles' Elgin or Walthan, »4 g% aa tham, best 20-year filled case 3>«f«OV 20-year filled case ....«8> ■ £>m\3 Men's thin model Elgin or Waltham. best Sw^kSat 1 ' SI 7.00 iM-year filled case. Sale <£ 4OA. ft solid u-Karat gold case.... -*P ■M "W price . . «J> IAiUU Men's solid 14-karat gold cases, Elgin or , .. . _ " Waltham movement, thin *|>a £%g% Ladles' Humpdeu, ben 20- £4Q AA model 925.00 to *POUaUU year filled case V ■ JZuW Swiss movement....s3s.oo to $160.00 The largest line of Ladles' Chatelaine Watches, newest designs, with Brooches to match. Sole agents tor the Patek Philllpe Watch. GOODS LAID ASIDE FOR CHRISTriAS. Send for Catalogue. HUDSON'S 519 Nicollot Avo. Our Picture Frame Factory is wall equipped. Our stock of Mouldings and Frames is large. Artistic Picture Framing. THE BEARD ART OO'S. 624 Nicollet Aye. Dr. Cora .sinitn Eaton will speak under the auspices of ihe Alice R. Palmer W. C. T. U. Tuesday at 2:30 o'clock in Shiloh Presbyte rian church. Twenty-fourth und Central ave nues NE, on "Dress Reform." An all-day meeting of the ladies Aid So < it-ty of Tuttle church will be held to-morrow, with Mrs. .1. E. Woodford. 118 W Fourteenth street, and on Thursday a second gathering will be held at tlin home of Mrs. Dunn, 2o_'. S?cond avenue B. PINEY WOODS. Healthful Hut Not Always Curative. To go to the piney woods Is a help, but if one carries along the bad habits of food and drink that have caused sickness, the plney woods will not produce a re coverjr. Coffee drinking caused blindness in a Virginia gentleman, and his remarkable experience is worth reading. "I have been a coffee drinker since my earliest remembrance. If I missed coffee at a meal It brought on headache. This should have shown me that I was a victim to a drug habit. Finally, wakeful, restless nights came on. After dinner I was al vays drowsy and after sleeping would waken stupid and morbid, and felt as though 1 had been drugged, and when this feeling wore off nervousness and rest lessness would set In until I drugged my- Mlf with coffee again. At last my eyesight began to fail. Some of the best optical specialists agreed that I bad an affliction of the optic nerve, and ;ifter two or three years treatment my eyea alowly lost their, power and be came almost sightless. I was advised to go to a pine woods near the sea in a most isolated place. This I did and lived there for two years without any visible beneflt. 1 gave up all hope of recovery until last spring a friend expressed the belief that the cof fee 1 drank was the cause of all of my trouble. He had been a slave to it and had been unable to find relief until he quit and took up Postum Food Coffee. His experience startled me and 1 de cided to try the change, although I had bat little faith In its merits. My first cup of Postum proved delicious and was a great surprise. It was evidently well made. I had not the slightest trouble in leaving off coffee for the Postum rilled Us place perfectly. During the past six months I have gained in flesh, my sallow complexion tcome clear, and my eyesight grad ually Improved until now 1 am able to read and write. .My mind is once more clear and active, and I no longer suffer from sleepless, nervous npell Hub Calendar. TUESDAY— Authors' Olub, annual banquet, Guaranty Loan restaurant, T p. m. Conference of unions, Plymouth church, classroom, 3 p. m. Pathfinders, Mrs. D. C. Lane, 3210 Clinton avenue, 2:30 .p. n;. Conference of the committee members of the Teachers* Club, 822 Xicollet avenue, 5 p. m. Social Circle of Westminster church, all day sewins bee, chapel, 10 a. m. Ramblers, public library building. Ladies' Aid Society of Tuttle church, Mrs. J. E. Wodoford, 11$ W Fourteenth street, all day. Alice R. Palmer W. C. T. U., Shlloh Pres byterian church, 2:30 p. m. Gift to Visiting .Nurse*. . Miss Edith Ling's, who has had charge of the. work of the Visiting Nurses' Association, has just received a check of $100, with a prom ise of $500 more in monthly payments of $100 each, for the association. The name of the' generous friend is withheld, but the gift ena bles the association to continue its work. It was suspended for a time owing to lack of funds. Another check of $50 has also been received by Miss Lings. . • Club Notes. The regular monthly business meeting of the Minneapolis Teachers' Club will be held in the West Hotel, Saturday, at 2:30 p. m. There will be a business conference of the committee members of the club, at 5 o'clock to-morrow afternoon, at 822 Nicollet avenue, and suitable ways arid means of aiding in the club's philanthropic work will be dis cussed. Reports from tie national convention will bo given at the conference of unions In Plymouth church to-morrow afternoon. Appomattox W. R. C. will hold its annual election of officers Friday evening. On account of special needs at the Home for Children and Aged Women, the Social Circle of Westminster church will have an all-day sewing bee to-morrow. Miss Edna Wakeman will play two piano numbers in the afternoon. < HIRCH FAIRS AND BAZAARS The annual supper, fair and concert of the ladies and friends of the Bloomington Ave nue M. E. church will be given Wednesday afternoon and evening, Dec. 11, In the re publicau wigwam. Fifteenth avenue S and Lake street. The ladles of Fowler M. E. church will hold an apron and handkerchief sale in the church Wednesday, from 6 to 8 o'clock. A chicken pie supper will be served. The Ladies' Aid Society of Park Avenue M. E. church will hold its annual fair and supper in M. W. A. hall, Thirty-fourth street and Chicago avenue, Wednesday and Thurs day afternoon and evening. The ladles of the Park Avenue Congrega tional church will hold a bag sale in the church parlors to-morrow afternoon and eve ning. Dolls, handkerchiefs, aprons and other faifcy articles will also be for sale. A chicken pie supper will be served from 6:30 to 8 o'clock. RED WING SEMINARY ALUMNI. The Red Wing Seminary Alumni associa tion of Minneapolis gave a banquet at Hotel Nicollet Friday evening. Present were Ellas Rachie, Clara Lien. Red Wing; Susie A. iSvi.ii, Northfleld; Carl O. Bollum, Alma j Brlcksen, H. Thompson, Louise Johnson, H. C. Ht-ktner, Anna Boraas. Martin D. Westley, Sadie Sinclair, Martin S. Kindaeth, Minnie lugebretsou, Mr. and Mrs. 1. C. J. Wilg, Olai A. Anderson, Red Whig; N". N. Ronning, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Paulson, J. Edward Rostau, ; Olsa Tennesen, Mr. and Mrs. S. Christopher sou. A. Elnar Johns-i, Anna S. Knudson, N. J. Lohre, Robert A. Anderson, Red Wing. Toast were responded to by Dr. Elias Rachie, Rev. N. J. Ix>hre, Dr. 1. C. J. Wleg, Carl O. Bollum, A. J. Paulson, A. Eiiiar Johnson, N. N. Ronning, Martin S. Kindseth, Olai An derso.i. .1. Edward Rostad acted as toast master. Before the banquet was over a tele gram was received from Jeus K. Grondahl, RM Wing, in which he sent his best wished In Social Circles Mrs. Genevieve Greaves gave an informal reception this afternoon at her home on Bry ant avenue B. White chrysanthemums and Terns were used in profusion through the rooms. Mrs. Grraves. In a gown of black peau de sole embroidered In black and trimmed with black lace, and wearing dia mond ornaments, was assisted in receiving by Mrs. E. B. Hone of Hastings. Assisting through the rooms were Mines. O. Fulford, Vera Latham, D. Welshoon, B. Plnkney, H. Penfleld and Miss Grace Gray. Russian tea was served in the larga studio from tables decked In pink and white, and the ices and confections carried out the same color scheme. Misses Gould, F. Pearsall, IT. Ball, R. Hobart, If. Burt, C. Gray and L.'. Plnkney alternated at the samovar. Scattered through the rooms were small tables on which was placed the china decorated by Mrs. Greaves during the year. Mrs. Greaves showed some thing new In china decoration, the "Papillon ware," which she. has copyrighted. The dec oration is flying butterflies on a perfectly black groundwork of a lustrous, und&rglazo effect, and is very artistic. Mrs. Greaves will receive thla evening until U o'clock. Mrs. Charles Morse has Issued invitations for a large card party to be given Saturday afternoon. Dec. 14, in Johnson'a hall. The men of Beta Theta PI fraternity will give a dancing party Friday evening at the chapter-house, 162& University avenue SE. The Seventeenth Street Euchre Club will be entertained to-morrow afternoon by Mrs. Alonzo Phillips at her home. I<W4 Park ave nue. The private view of the work of Miss Paul ine Kruger will be held next Monday in her studio, instead of to-day, as Incorrectly an nounced. The engagement 1a announced of Mis Alma Slevers and Harry Jepson. The wedding will take place early la the spring. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Lev! Long fellow of Vine place entertained a group of forty relatives and intimate friends in honor of Mrs. Mary Getehell and Mrs. S. D. Morri son, who leave shortly for California. A guessing contest and program of muslo were the diversions. The Misses Longfellow, Miss Esther Getche-11 and Mrs. Flora Getehell pre sided at the buffet supper, which was served in the dining-room. Mrs. W. H. Ritchie gave a luncheon Satur day afternoon at her home, 225 W Twenty fourth »treet, for her daughter. Miss Vera Ritchie, The guests of honor were three Rochester girls, Misses Edith Maseey, Helen Gove and Margaret Gove. The other guests were Misses Helen Berkmann. Laura Berk mann, Laura Wilson, Edith Williams, Hazel Lovell and Grace Frlck. The table- decora tions were hyacinths and carnation* and the name cards were decorated with apple blos soms. After luncheon the young women at tended th« matinee at the Metropolitan. A group of the university girls of the Wo man's League was entertained by Mrs. W. R. Appleby at her home on Fifth street SE, Sat urday afternoon. Music and games were the amusements. Mrs. Van Barneveldt and Mrs. Jewett of St. Paul assisted the hostess. There were tweuty-four guests. C. A. Grimth and Paul Edwarda gave an in formal dancing party Saturday evening at the home of Mr. Griffiths, 2200 Hennepin ave nue. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wales cf 3713 Stevens avenue entertained fifty guests in honor of the tenth anniversary of their marriage. American Beauty roses were used through the roams. An orchestra played a program during the evening. Mrs. Henrietta Dean gave a dinner Saturday at Ler home, 3212 Grand avenue, to out-of town friends. American Beauty roses formed the centerpiece, and covers were laid for six. Miss Damatella Richards and Lewis S. Bris tol were married Thursday afternoon in Holy Rosary church. Mrs. John Kranse -was ma tron of honor and wore lavender moussellne dt> sole fashioned with velvet and lace. The bride's gown was of white silk mull and lace. Rev. Fr. Horrigan read the service, and Ed mond J. Bristol was best man. The service was followed by a dinner at the home of the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Thomas Donald. The decorations were white chrysanthemums. Mr. and Mrs. Bristol will be at home at 2514 Thir teenth avenue S after Dec. 16. Miss Grace Harmer and William O. Strana han were married Wednesday evening in the First Baptist church. Persunul and Social. Miss Louise Brandt has gone to Xew York. Mrs. J. M. Griffith and daughter Genevleve are visiting in Missouri. Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Beck are at the San Angelo hotel for the winter. Mrs. Edwin B. (Force and daughter Louise left Wednesday for Duluth. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Lyman and Miss Lyman are home from Mexico. 'Mrs. N. G. Mathews will leave In a few days to spend the winter in Florida. Mrs. W. C. Reid and daughter, Mildred, are visiting relatives at 400 Second avenue SB. Mrs. Roswell Q. Brooks of Crookston is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. George Har rison. Mr. and Mra. George S. Richards of Du luth ore visiting H. S. Birch, 408 W Lake street Mrs. J. H. Robertson of San Francisco is the guest of Mrs. I. McMichael of Rldgewood avenue. Loyal lodge, No. 82, D. of H., A. O. U. W., will give a taxd party In Richmond ball to morrow. Mrs. J. D. Martin of Chicago is the guest of her sister, Mrs. M. M. Walter, 906 W Twen ty-sixth street. Enterprise Social club will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. D. J. MacDou ald, 2542 Fifteenth avenue S. Captain and Mrs. George T. Wlnslow of Brownsville are visiting their daughter, Mrs. A. F. Brenner, 1619 Stevena avenue. Sycamore Camp, Js'o. 2668, R. N. A., will give a dance and supper this evening in Powderhorn ball, 3401 Chicago avenue. Abraham Lincoln camp, No. 10, and La dies' Aid society. No. 3 will give a card party in Hoffman's hall to-morrow evening. The Minneapolis Bowling League will give a dance in Masonic Temple Wednesday eve ning, Dec. 11. Pankoff's orchestra will play. Franklin camp, 2254, M. W. A., will give a card party and dance in the hall, Franklin and Bloomington avenues, Thursday evening. The women of St. Stephen's church will give a cinch party In the parochial hall Thursday evening. Refreshments will be served. Miss Jean E. Wakeman and Miss Gertrude L. Hall will go to Delano Thursday to give a recital under the auspices of the St. Ce cilia club. The Cipher Card club will be entertained Thursday afternoon by Mmes. Cowles and Oilman at the home of Mrs. Cowlea, 3300 Park avenue. Rev. George H. Thoma3 of All Saints' church has been called east on account of the serious illness of his mother. Mrs. Thomas accompanied him. North Star lodge, No. 6, I. O. O. F. and Myrtle Rebekah lodge. No. 17, I. O. 0. F., will give a dance in the hall, 320 Nlcollat avenue, to-morrow evening. Dudley P. Chase post and corps will give a dance and card party In K. P. hall, First avenue and Fifth street SE, to-morrow eve ning. Whelan's orchestra will play. Division No. 7, A. O. H., and Division No. 1, Ladies' Charity club, will give a dance Friday evening at 15 Seventh street S, for the benefit of the orphans* fair fund. The finch party announced by Mora lodge, No. 33, K. of P.. to be given in the hall, 221 Cedar avenue, Wednesday, has been post poned until Wednesday evening, Dec. 18. The women of Fremont Avenue Congre gational church will give a banquet Wednes day evening in the church parlors. A pro gram of toasts unJ music will be a feature of the affair. The D. A. Q. Club was entertained by Mrs. Woolsey, 417 Washington avenue, Wednesday afternoon. Prizes were won by Mmes. Pltt mau, Woolsey and Townsend. The club will meet Wednesday with Mrs. Armstrong. A hard time social was given by the In termediate Christian Endeavor Society of Vine church, at the home of Miss Laura lie Chrispeu, Friday evening. Prizes for cos tumes were won by Ernest Crew and 3. Phillips. Minneapolis people registered at New York hotels to-day are: W. Busche, Continental; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Clark, L. Clark, Park Avenue; Mr. and' Mrs. C. M. Harrington, T. Neill, Holland; Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lane, Criterion; J. H. Wooluough, Grand Union; P. Heywood, Broadway Central. St. Paul— G. Bridgmen, Murray Hill; H. Hertz, Broad way Central: L. D. Home, Broadway Central. THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUKNAL. niNNEAPOLISJDRY_QOODS CO, [ M^NEA^^ ! n the Q j « All Roads Lead From HeretoXmas. Site of j sped., jj?£JLx££L< The store is at Fifth and Nicollet, in close proximity to every Outings.! Tu*Bday- Making Handkerchiefs? car line. But, if you would reach it quickly, just follow the crowd. ~5_TtwTS_L «» rw__ t^ing. B°Be 8 B ider f°r The calendar is turned to December-the month of Christ .ita^^TSJS?? New Laces for dress trim- maS ' And the store is getting into shape for the Onslaught that iS BlanJ ets ought to send the ming, French novelties; gal- sure to romp ' Th^rA am mom; oocior +,->r.i,~ + r ' iv A t_- crowd scurrying to the loons in Venise, Arab, Batiste, ZT ° Col Ti e* ' nere are many easier tasks to perform than this Basement on Tuesday. crochet, Irish Point to «Ap- Christmas preparation, but every now sees the store more outings, best quality £ne r «cV S!C %*$ perfectly equipped to care for you. g* £*£*%&?%£*& 7^Z^^Lin The earlier you begin your holiday buying, the better you will SJJ2* Tuesday ' 8 ?oSndTd re sau«eped' a-l s%c please y°urself-and us. You get the cream and skip the crush. Pl°"ed FianneisV "basket m ° e u ß hi6 as nc dtoT we....3- 25 Assortments are larger and better. You avoid the crowds of the last r^cS^tJS! vSti* o% rne?"?nd-drawn few hours ' though even then, you are elbowed by pleasant people. &jFnSy; 15c 10 c ? D Oe rc kikr Ooa% 29 C £ We Want t0 SerVe yOU in every Way We Can, to your liking. 12"4 Cotton Blanket^ tan P LeTof cenier £* n™ if V™ wish, and we'll lay the things away for you until extra^eavy twilled; the wanted time comes. And then we'll send them away for you Tuesdft y ■ In the |! special t0 th 3 happy owners. inßaum^ Art QtAfD !: Tuesda tk \ ouillke ]is Christmas Store better as our plans unfold. Hand- Ie , ™_r.V.y.VPre!' The story from day to day will be interesting reading: nana- > special If you're interested in ~ ~ ■ ' — kerCJl«eTS| W HrSHiS-2 Ready-to-Wear Garments. js^^^sai costs nothing to look, and • -._,. ;. _■ '' o ' similar handkerchief have very little if you car© to This Garment Store does nothing by halves or auarter*? ever been sold for before. Denies stamped linen IJ^ * & ft?^ Stie '" a" US P^Oll as Well as prices br^ered ffiSSTiJ^S 20 new des!gn?- P29c J'Ac m°deSt and becoming. . F linen; very special at > kind. Tuesday only for 1V The assortment is large, to be. sure; but it is not so large as to 9c 12& C 22c woTi fB^Ti dvaZ dia^c ? h c commonplace - Fewer kinds, but enough kinds-better made L d °.t^ en>B band-embroid -65c; on Tuesday only.. 49 C than as if we gathered at random, without thought or heed to very BD Si e a v t cad en: Doilies, stamped linen- quality and make. i Wll i to SS^dSr.iS'S-uSiirSS if Some new lots are added today, and they'll attract attention, \£ .^^ulS?. floraieffects, ,- c if mistake not our purpose in bringing them here. ve^Vg^urcK^won 3 EmbroYderv'Vn' i',y Xr ohop around a bit and then COme here In no other wav can s*dera, below market value. th^b brv°e de d mrn wMtS^ we illustrate so satisfactorily the merit of what we have lo^l #£?*!** SSmI^SSK oTre'oxwT" 1165 U°r n''-^ UZ? ™—'W^Cot. re gdSraole and UOthiDg iS — i with rH^l?T ey ' laCk< »emi^tted-back; in tan, castor, red, blue . 1.// of Center. | M 4rU* \ with stitched and strap- fine quality Frieze; limed and black; half fitted — 111 tne < Special Pf d seams; lined to the waist with satin, back; high storm col l« *U^ I R a op mAn *;: Tuesday throughout in | 0 50 A $25 value +Q 75 lar; Eomaine -0« M tlie !| Special P° Smefl V black satin... iO for.. IV lining 7 96 ririinorioc !! Tuesda V Th- jj A mi 1. Misses'sl2.so Box Coats Automobile Coats in the Women's Raglans with —--*??.-■■-.-< The Hardware Store has in tan, castor, blue and new castor; handsome- the yoke effect; oxTod Handsome Portieres, a make lively emHe» black; notch collar; ly tailored and finished, medium gray chev- few pairs of a kind, are to Sevare g y' p6" l butt n8; satin specially priced at iot .or corert cloths-It go in a hurry at $5 to th Chy a. a rreseats. perforated hot- JSSS 9' 98 1650 and i 20.00 12.50, 15.00, 16.50 and 542.60. Choose. Toms; any size; 15c kind q c P9olal * each. . 20.00. Tapestry Portieres. In 4 for , O Second Floor colorings; fringed top and bot- Bread Boards and Pastry — : 1 ' ■ — . ■ torn; »2.25 kind |gg to^:%ho^?SidirA h| ac Good Linens. \ *%£££ e e ci d on Rugs for Little. jwi-jbraierieiVerynch; at and ..AY -s^-^-w^^^^^w-^^^-s) . "uesaay. >l^^r^ 'I.^J^JjJJ^* reduced from $4.00 A9g Slaw Cutters/hardwood , Here is a clean-up of some little Please understand us—ruffs chean ea^ hto"- ' *>' with steel knife; 25c iOc lots—not very many of a kind, but not cheao ru^si AtlhiLn «t!, «f: C * Bruasels La Curtains, kind for 1V c V»i ff values what there are of thorn ? cneap ruys • Ana can you think two patterns; 3^ yards long; Mod Sticks with nut™* m , values wnat there are ot them. of anything nicer for a Christmas reduced from -, Oft sorin? Regular lS " P atent Moire Solid Linens, very new; silk and gift? .We can't $5.00 to 3y° spring. Regular loco c linen hemstitched and open work effects. * „ c can t * Orlnoka Couch Cov^nt h^ kmd •• • O i6 X i6 inch at 8 .50 IK able Faced Dundees- .Hn ° rt f T Covers-just Mop Cloths for hardwood 20x20 Inch at 75 Size, 30x60 inch, for 75c fhat Ji^i«rSSL f attera, 8 floors, very special OCC 24x24 Inch at 1.00 Size, 36x72 inch, for. 188.8.131.52 Sf,, P % T^JSSSJS^, y^?w* Tuesday at ... ; .25 C. 18x54 inch at.... 1.50 Extra Moquettes— yards ?oiS f need 'bo?h ends Tea Pots of Rockingham To introduce them, we shall sell the Size, 27x54 inch, for 1.98 The eS'a d£ has been earthen war* 3 sizes to go **>$?■* the 6x6 and 7x7 sizes, J ftc Size, 36x72 iMch,' f0r....... .'.""J 50 8550-tlke^ them away on very special at , worth 20c and 25c, at, each 113 Extra Axminsters- Tuesday for i Oft OtCC He and 1 f\c (A Dozen to a buyer./ Size, 27x63 inch, f0r.... . 215 o 7 '.. ..O 25 C ' 21 C "lIU 19 C Damask Napkins, all linen hemstitched; \ Size!^36x72 inch, for ! ".I™" 375 Second Floor In Basement. :> dozen to a buyer, | c Smyrnas-Very Special- " i actl • •• 1V 6x9 feet; were $18, now... 13.50- I .l <' Fliiing Mail 'Sr^^'i^lSfttXE SS^^TSSSf!!yr:JKB' L n the T "ecial 7; - 1! Scarfs. 18x54, and all linen hemstitched Brussels Rum " RpCPm't •■ Tuesday. Orders SSJiffefSSfiTsS? S itcbiil 7«™y *» wi «d< SS2S2UL.J yiu^e^tTof the city and worth from 75c to 98c. l?^^^™... 15' 00 to^^^^T^^l cannot get here. It is a good Fifth Street. Third Floor to oome early ior Tuesday, as organization that takes its - ■ . there are not enough to last store to you. Order whatever ~ - ■ ——— —— • the day out. L^dca^oTvou^fiVv^u II • t* T\ n 1 n SpachtelScarfs-»dSh«m« itf^S MmneapolisDryGoodsCo ss« Why not you ? i cJ "~r - <->>)><wit><<-i)<ji><^^ r,, _. In the Basement. CLUBS AND CHARITIES "WOMAN'S COUNCIL DISBANDS The Tenth Annual Meeting; Wu Held Saturday Afternoon. At a meeting of the Woman's Council, held la the courthouse Saturday afternoon it was decided to disband. Mrs. L. W. Ballard was in the chair, as the president is out of the city. The report of the treasurer, Mrs. A. E. Higbee, showed that the receipts for the year were $194.14; disbursements, $134.18; balance from 1900, $55.14; balance on hand Nov. 80, $14.96. Other reports were read by Mrs. J. E. Woodford, recording secretary, and Mrs. Rol and E. Smith, corresponding secretary, Mrs. Smith also offered resolutions of sympathy on the death of Mines. Robert Evans, James N. Marshall and Robert Pratt, all of whom were active workers in the council. On motion of Mrs. Higbee that the council be adjourned sine die at the close of thi afternoon meeting Mrs. James Crays asked for a vote of the clubs. It was the general sen timent of the women present that the organ ization would die unless disbanded and the vote was unanimous for disorganization. The clubs represented were Lewis Parliamentary Law association, Ladles' Thursday Musicals, Current Events, Kenwood Monday Club, Co lumbus Study Club, Nineteenth Century Club, Chicago Avenue History Class, Casslopla, Im provement League, Union of Circles, G. A. R. Relief Corps, Loyal Home Workers, Home for Children and Agefl Women, Maternity hospital and Ladles' Keeley league. The property of the council was disposed of and the chairs and tables were given to the board of county commissioners in ac knowledgment of courtesies shown the coun cil. The thirteen traveling libraries valued at $300 were given to the state commission of traveling libraries and the money now in the treasury will be •" turned over to the state library commission also at the end of six months. The gavel which was presented by the Federation of Corps was returned to the corps. The records of the council will be kept in the public library. -r~ '.': ' « WANTS OP MATERNITY HOSPITAL Annual Report* Show Several ■ Im provement* to Be Needed. - The annual business of the board of direc tors of Maternity hospital was transacted Sat urday morning at the hospital and the occa sion marked the fifteenth annual meeting which has been held. Mrs. E. M. La Peno tlere was in the chair and in her annual report she spoke of the great need in the world at present for women's work. She sug gested as some of the things which the board would like to have, detached buildings for contagious diseases, sun'parlors for the babies and a separate cottage' for the matron and nurses. The work of the hospital has not been quite so extensive as last year and the funds have been smaller. ' Dr. Martha G. Ripley presented tile, physi cian's report which showed that 100 women and .96 babies had been ■ cared for during the year. Forty babies' were born at the hospital and of this number ten were legiti mate. There have been more American women ' at the hospital than in past years. Twelve children died during the year and in speak ing of the mortality Dr. Rlpley said that many of the j children were, brought Jto the hospital ill and that' many of the deaths oc curred after the extreme J warm weather in the summer. • < , ," '„. 't The work of the house committee w&a re ported by Mrs. Rufua Palmer and Mrs. L. W. Gammons. Mrs. Gammons made regular visits in commission row during the summer and fall and secured vegetables and fruit. The Thanksgiving bags and donations were an nounced. Mrs. G. M. Russell, chairman of the nur sery committee, stated that the capacity of the nursery was often taxed but that space was always found for the new comer. She hoped before another year that the veranda might be inclosed with glass to furnish a sun parlor for the little ones. The hospital suffered from the loss of its cow, but $13 has been secured toward a fund to purchase another. Mrs. W. G. Smith read the annual secre taries' report and Dr. Ripley In presenting the report of the finance committee urged the board to greater efforts to reduce the debt and make the needed improvements. The NEW ARRIVALS -ZZTI /"""> i from the v_>O3.tS and h««Is«. Raglans We are pleased to announce to the ladies who hare been waiting for "something new" in Gutter Garments that our Miss Quinlan has just returned from the New York market, vhere she has secured the very latest effects in Suits, Rag lans and Evening Garments, also, a fortunate purchase of three large sample lines at Great Dlscoumt whiei will enable us to offer our customers some unusual good values. NATTY JACKETS—Newest materials—sl2.so, $15.00, $16.60, $18.00 to $35.00. RAGLANS AND THREE-QUARTER COATS—Extra values at $15.00, $18.60, $' 50, $25.00, $30.00 to $37.50. NEW BLOUSE COATS—S, art effects—sl3.so, $15.00, $20.00 to $60.00. NEAR SEAL GARMENTS- Best valves ever shown— $29.60, $3^.60 to $50.00. I Holiday Petticoats Another big assortment of Handsome Silk Petticaats. Will offer three extra specials for this week. At r\\ P"' f~\f\ —Extra taffeta, accordion plaiting, ruche y\ } I 11 I edging, extra dust ruffle, black and all H^ S ' colors, regular $7.*0 value, choice $5. At rt> *"7 p* r\ —Extra taffeta, 17-inch accordion plait y\ / ill ing, ruche edging, dust ruffle. Our reg k\J / .J \J ular | 10 00 valueß# Special, $7.80. , At Ct*~l C\ C\CX~ Choice of fi'ty styles best Taffeta j\ I II I II I designed effects; black, street and H 7 -L- V/ .Vy Vy evening shades, worth up to $15. Special $10. FRED.D.YOUNG&CO. 513 Nicollet Ay. Cloak, Suits, Furs, -ndicate Arcade, Minneapolis. treasurer's report was given by Mrs. W. M. Lawrence. The expenses were $1,217.16. dis bursements ?1,287.79; balance on hand, $49.87. The report of the house treasurer. Miss S. W. Corbyn, showed receipts $2,013.91; ex penses, $2,010.07; balance, $3.84. Dr. Rlpley announced that the liext meet ing would be held Deo. 10 and as the hospital needed to have its tabls linen replenished each member would bring a small sum for that purpose. Catalogue Free, Sent Anywhere At Metropolitan Music Co.. 41-43 6th at S. Not sticky, gummy or disagreeable, but perfuming, soothing, exquisitely dainty, describes Satin-Skin Cream. 25c. w JL This monogram is on the bottom of each piece of Rookwood Pottery, and there is no RookwoQd without it. Rookwood is imitated. Rookwood ware la for tal* by m dealer riok wood the ia for sale b j ■> and each of the larger cltiaa and at Rookwood Pottery. Cincinnati. D3*lriiu3rtlr PaKaa Thlifamoni blend rICKWiCK uOTTB6 ofMoctiaei «X and Java, Bibs, for .....ililD Monarch Coffee ?.S. tST':9Oc Mexican Coffee »^ d jj^fo Japan Tea p».uamr '.SOe Cigars p^A"*™*:.Bl.64 Dap! ll#! Mft t> years old. absolute*! Art rOll Iff in purity, per gal #l a UU Ci«AvuiAMfl Maryland's famous Rye quart bottlei •liUU Malt Extraot i.^:., £1.18 Da aw st- LoaU, Minneapolis or d«J QC Dee! Milwaukee, per case IZi&O . X Flour Sale. With any purchase of above we will sell 98-lb. sack of Barber's Minneapolis Extra Patent Flour for 31.50. Or with any purchase of 92.00 in the Meat Market Or 2.00 in the Grocery Department with the exception of sugar. We guarantee this Flour equal to any flour made, and far superior to the common brands of Flour sold by flour stores at 91.75 to $1.80 per sack. Pillsbury's best Flour per 98-lb. sack 82.00. MB AT MARKET. Sugar Cured Hams, per It) He Montana Laimb Chops, per lt> ....... 9o Tame JDucks and Geese, per 1b...... 9c Fresh Crappies, per 11} 10c Fresh Smelts, per lb. 12Vic Pork Tenderloin, per lb 160 . Saver Kraut, per qt 8c M tiMICHUTCH'a ENaUSM UK» u4 O.l* MWilll, V«— will m •>l[lßuf«rt M l < M«i« a uwl1>ll». 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