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- The marriage of Miss Anna Goodlson and
Calvin K. Butters of Kewanee, 111., will be
quietly Bflemnizo at 8:30 o'clock this even
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Weeks, 2010 Nineteenth avenue NE. t
A pretty affair of Monday ovening was the
parcel shower given by the Mary Bradford
Missionary society at the residence of Rev.
R. K. Porter for Miss Maud Wyman, a bride
of this evening. The rooms were decorated
With sweet peas and nasturtiums and pink
and white were the chosen colors. The
guests drew pictures of each other and of the
bride and the sketches were made into a
booklet to serve as a souvenir. Miss Wyman
was presented with a number of useful and
pretty gift3. The guests were Mlssos Esther
and Edith Ellison, Auttie Woodard, Louise
Marshall, Ada Sellar, Jessie McLernnan,
Mines. Marie Skinkle and John Marshall.
Mrs. Will Chick, who was the guest of
Mrs E. M. Goldsborough. has returned to her
home in California,. Before her departure
Mis Goldsborough gave luncheon in her
honor to twelve guests. The dainty decora
tions were in green and white, and cards
wore played in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.
J D MeArdle gave a dinner in Mrs. Chick's
honor to nine guests. The decorations
were in red and white "sweet peas, and the
guest cards were attractively decorated in
water eolors with heads of Dutch girls and
The Thayer-Soward party returned from
Alaska, Monday, having traveled as far north
as Skagway and the White Pass of the
Yukon. John S Bradstreet gave a dinner
for them at the Minneapolis club last even
ing, and they leave for the east to-night.
P e r s o n a l a n d S o c i a l .
A E Bather has gone to Michigan.
Robert Naumann left last evening (for New
Miss Blanche Conklin is visiting in Lisbon,
Miss Temperance Coleman. Is home from a
Mrs Mary Butler and Mrs. Turner are in
Lisbon, N. D.
Dr and Mrs. H. H. Leavitt are home from a
two weeks' lake trip
Mr. and Mrs Weed Munro loft last evening
for Salt Lake City and Denver.
Miss Ardie Miner will return to Chicago
next week and later will go to New York.
Mr. and Mrs John W. Thomas of IStevens
avenue left last evening for the east by way
of the lakes.
Miss Jessica Davidson 'has returned home
from a month's visit in Chicago and Grand
Misses Marie and Margaret Killian of Wa
tertown. Wis., are guests of their aunt, Mrs.
M. C Landy of 614 Bradford avenue.
Mr. and Mrs Ben Jacobs of 1320 Vine
place have returned from the lake and are
entertaining their slates*. Mrs. 'Nathan Qpid- dam
berg of S t Lou}a and" Miss 'Guft Kahn ,6f ey
Gallag, Texas. , . - * . , , *
Mrs. Charles Alexander of $k Bass&t plae%r
who .has just returned from an extended stay
in Wisconsin, waa-pleasantly surprised Mo&s
day afternoon by a group of, relatives attd
friends. She was presented with a handsome
cut-glass djsh. Light refreshments were
Mrs. Dayton B. Holconnb. 4456 Lake Harriet
boulevard, left last evening for a four weeks'
trip to New York toy way of the great lakes.
Mrs. D. O. Lester has " igone to Chicago.
She will be absent about a month and will
also visit Mr. Lester'B sister in Coldwater,
Mrs. BS. P. Savage and Miss Nellie Savage
of 1813 University avenue SES ihave gone to
New York to remain until the last of the
month.* - *
Dr. D. Edmund Smith removed yesterday to
his new residence, 210O.Penn avenue S. Dr
Smith will retain 'his office in the' Imperial?
20 E Grant street, until Sept. 1.
Miss Ida P. Hatch of Pierre, S. D., who
has been a guest of Miss Western at 2516 Elliot
avenue, has gone to Lake Minneitonka to
spend a few days with Mrs. Lyon.
Miss Barker of Hot Springs, Ark., and Mrs.
Charles Barker of Janesville, Wis., are the
guests of Mre.' A. E. (Horr, 425 Fourto.
Mrs. 'H. L. ILittle and Miss Minnie Snyder
leave on Saturday for a trip to the seashore.
Mr and Mrs. A. iM. Fish returned yester
day from a three weeks' eastern trip.
Mrs. Alvin Wright of Oklahoma is the
guest of her mother, Mrs. K. W./Sklles.
Mr. and Mrs. (Hal Watson have returned
from a visit to the seashore.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 'A. 'Bonn have given up
their apartment in the Colonial and are at
the West for a short time before leaving for
Miss Bessie OBrundage has returned from
Boston. She will be at home but a few days,
leaving soon for Yellowstone. She will visit
her sister, Mrs. Eder H Moulton, Jr., in
California, before her return.
Mrs. O. iN. Olberg of Albert Lea is spend
ing a few days In the city. She will return
to the city in September and take a flat on
the East Side for the winter, to be with her
daughters, who will enter the university.
Mrs. A. W. Gilbert and Koyce Gilbert have
returned from Milwaukee.
The Young Men's Zionist society will give
an ice cream social and dance in Morgan
Post hall, Nicollet avenue and Third street,
Miss Gertrude Kenney, daughter of M. H.
Kenney of La Crosse, Wis., is spending a
month with her aunt, Mrs. M. C. Landy, of
Bradford avenue. A number of affairs will
be given for Miss Kenney during her visit
Mr. and Mrs Wallace G. Nye, Miss Susanna
Sirwey and Miss Mary Howe are home from
a trip to Walker, Bemldji and Cass 'Lake.
Mrs. Frank Sowder of 2920 Fremont avenue
S is visiting Mrs. ISill at Lake Sarah.
Flour City court, 'Royal iLadles, was enter
tained by Mrs. T. _- ILees at 1221 W Lake
Dr. and Mrs. E C. Pickler are spending a
few aays in Milwaukee, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Lacroix* and Miss Orpha
Lacroix, are occupying their new residence,
2644 Garfield avenue.
Minneapolis people at New York hotels'are:
Netherland, Mrs. T. C. King New Amster-
H. McGahan, Mrs. L. Morris-i make, a'tour oI the,lak$Jn the Vic
Victoria, H. A. Tutflfc Grand Union. H. 'day. tU -Carlson,,of 'Mfeneftj&lls
C. Stebbinsj Broadway Central, J.
Navarre, F. E. Tucker,
F. H . ^George St. Denfr. P . ' E. Sohlamp
Manhattan, Mrs. M. Holland.' y
An outing was given jby the ladles of the3
Jolly Twelve Monday Evening at Minnehaha,
Luncheon was served on the grounds and the
young people spent a (most enjoyable even
ing. Those present were Leah Gallipeau,
Jennie Hughes, Nellie Hagberg, Bartha Town
send, Nellie Connelly, Loreita Holmes, Cis
Mills, Grace Wheeler, Ellen Larson, Edwidge
Dalcour, Hilma Turnquist and Lillian Turn
Miss Kathryn Kavanaghihas returned from
Santa Cruz, Cal., where ehe has beon th
guest of her cousin, J. J. C. Leonard, of the
Sea Beach Hotel.
The members of the Enterprise Social Club
and their friends were entertained by Mmes.
Eckard, Smith, Foster and Santriios at the
home of Mrs. Smith, 3514 /Thirteenth avenue
S, Thursday. Vocal and instrumental music
wepe the diversions. A bountiful repast was
served upon the lawn, and covers were -laid
for forty. The affair was in honor of the
birthday of Mrs. lEckard. The president, in a
few well chosou words, in .behalf of the club
and some members of Myrtle \Rebekah lodge,
No. 17, presented Mrs. iBckard with a hand
CLUBS AND CHARITIES
W . C. T . V. M E E T I N G S
M r s. K e i t h ' s L e c t u r e s a n d D o m e s t i c
S c i e n c e D e m o n s t r a t i o n s .
The conference of unions * was held in
Plymouth church classroom yesterday after
noon. Mrs. H. M. Powell presided and thir
teen unions were represented. Mrs. Frances
Neal conducted the first half of the program,
taking as her subject "Workers Together
with God." The latter half of the program
was "Christian Love," led by Mrs. S. G.
Howser. Mrs. Bessie Laythe Scovell, state
president, spoke of the state convention,
which will be held in Redwood Falls, Sept.
16 to 19, and asked that books be donated
to the soldiers' home."
Mrs. Ella M. Keith of Worcester, Mass.,
will giv.e a lecture in the First Baptist
church, Friday evening. A portion of the
proceeds will be used for the mission in Tus
kegee, in which Mrs. Keith is interested.
The domestic science lecture by Mrs. Keith,
given in Simpson M. E. church, Saturday
afternoon, proved very entertaining and val
uable. Ten varieties of food were served
and one cold drink, and Mrs. Keith marshaled
her helpers most admirably, giving special
points of interest and finally explaining her
eleven years' work for sick and disabled
railroad men. This explanation was also
given before the Sunday school of the same
churoh, and Mrs. Keitn's lecture on the Pas
sion Play was given Monday evening to an
audience of several hundred under the
auspices of the church aid society and the
Eighth Ward W. C. T. U. Mrs. Keith goes
very soon to Oklahoma to present her -work.
C l u b N o t e s .
Jackets and Suits.
We are still continuing our low price closing-out
sale of garments. This " 'twixt hay and grass"
season is the customer's opportunity for bar
gains. Our buyers are now in New York and
new goods will soon arrive. Until then we de
vote our efforts to closing out every .garment.
Have you seen what we are offering? ' ' ' '
The improvements that are making at the
Northwestern hospital and others that are pro
jected make the business meetings more than
usually interesting and important to the di
rectors. A meeting will be held Thursday at
9:30 a. m. at the hospital.
The Ladies' Aid society of Tuttle church
-will hold an all-day special meeting to-mor
row at the home of Mrs. A. E. Jones, 4700
The Mnemosyne club will picnic at Mln
netonka all day on Friday.
Colored Tailor-Hade SuitsOur
entire line, in cheviots, coverts,
etamines, twine and wire cloth,
brown, navy and red, Jackets
in blouse and Eton shapes, the
skirts silk lined, dropped skirts
and a few cotton, former prices
$16.50 to 875 each.
Shirt Waist Suits, in colored
crashes former prices $15.00
Costumes, in satin foulards,
former prices $35.00.
Misses' and Children's Sailor
Suits, former prices, $6.00 to
Ladies' Spring Jackets, our reg
ular line, former prices $10.00
Misses' and Children's Jackets,
former prices $6 to $18.50,
Separate Skirts in colored crash
es, former prices $4 to $10.
Black Tailor Made Suits, blouse
and Eton shaped jackets, the
skirts silk ilned, dropped skirts
and a few cotton, former prices
$16.50 to $75 each.
Shirt Waist Suits in satin, foul
ards, former prices $27.50 to
Ladles' Gravenette Raglans, for
mer prices $15.00 to $32.50.
Colored Parsaols Our entire
* line, plain colors and stripes.
Dressing SacquesOur entire
line, in white and colors, lawn
and batiste, regular prices $1.35
Silk Raglans, our entire line.
Embroidered Waists, white and
short sleeves, a nice lot.
The succession of pleasant events at the
lake keeps up steadily, although most of
them are so wholly informal as to scarcely
rise to the plane of recognizable events,1t jao/
matter though the gathering may be large'. '
To-day Mrs. Frank Lyman entertained the
Minniptonka Euchre club and Mrs. Shevlin took
a party of friends out for a launch trip on
the Victor. Mr. and Mrs. Shevlin have char
tered the Victor for Wednesdays for the
To-night there will b^p a special military
dancing party at the White House, for which
the Excelsior Military band will furnish
One qf the important events of. the week
will be the concert and full dress ball at
Hotel St. Louis to-morrow evenings The
concert program will be given by the Park
quartet, accompanied by Dean Wetcher. The
members of the quartet are Mrs. Alice Adrian
Pratt, soprano Mrs. E. W. French, con
tralto J. Austin Williams, tenor, and Hal
J. Stevens, basso. The following numbers
wfll be given: Quartet, "Come, Oh, Come,'?
Oestin solo, "My Dreams," Tost!,' Mr. Wil
liams solo, a, "Violets" b, "Thy Beaming
Eyes," MacDowell, Mrs. Frenrh quartet^
"Amorita," Denza duet from "As You Like.
It," "It Was a Lover and His Lass," Ger
man, Mmes. Pratt and French solo Toreador
Love ^Song, Couchois, Mr. Stevens, quartet,
"Little Jackie Horner" solo, "All for You,"
D'Hardelot quartet, "Tom, Tom, the Piper's
Rev. Irving P. Johnson of Gethsemane will
officiate at Camp Chapel. Holy communion
will be celebrated at 8 o'clock and the reg
ular services will be held at 11 o'clock. Mr.
and Mrs. Johnson will be the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. F. B. Dodge over Sunday.
Vleto r /Tburs
r ._.^ jlls'has char
tered pm Victor *Iof neSTw^iw * for a- number
oi friends from Ch&aga,>eigia. 111.. And Min
neapolis. \ \ ., \
4 Mr. knd MM.* J. B. Mcftetf of Minneapolis
are spending their vacation . at Maplewood
Inn. - V &
^ Professor Frank L. McVetf fe expecting to,
build a cottage at ONorthlandJthls fair.
Miss May Stone of "tltcHneld is visiting
friends at Wayzata.
Miss Laura &. Seals and Miss Baker, mem
bers of the faculty of the state normal school
at 'Cedar Falls, Iowa, are spending two weeks
with Mrs. R. 'Lyons at Wayzata.
'Mr. and Mrs. (Henry von'Wedelstaedt of S t
Paul were over-Sunoay guests of the L. M.
Rumseys at !a8co . * *
Miea Carne^Horr of 'Maine is the guest of
Mrs. E. W. Backus at Minnetonka Beach for
a few days. . t
Wallace 'Smith of Macon, Mo., arrived on
Tuesday to spend two weeks with IDr. and
Mrs. J. B. Bemis at the 'Beach. ^
K. J. Bemis of Janesville Wis., and J. M.
Pool of Chicago were guests of Dr. and Mra.
J. . Bemis over Sunday, t - i
Mr. and Mis. Hovey C. Clarke are spend
ing a few weeks at Lafayette lub. Mrs.
Clarke entertained a small company of guests
Miss Meta fiees is the, guest of Miss Bella
Steam of Orono. To-niQWow Miss Jeannette
Walford and Harry Walford wiil be the guests
of Miss Harriet Steam.
Miss Florence Tibbetts- returned yesterday
to her home at Wavzata, after a visit with
Rev. and Mrs. Stone of Litchfield.
Attorney F. W ittoot of the Milwaukee and
son Myron are guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. P.
Gibbs of Wayzata.
Mr,. and Mrs. 'Gordon W Peay of Little
Rock, Ark., who spent last summer at Hotel
del Otero, will return next week, to spend the
remainder of this season, f
Mr. and Mrs. F . L. Morgan, Miss Elizabeth
Morgan and Etverett Morgan of Des Moines
are guests at Hotel del Otero.
, Mr. and Mrs. William (Sauntry of 'Stillwater
entertained a iparty of .friends at Hotel del
Otero on Saturday. Their guests were: Mrs.
Collins, Miss Sauftenberg, Miss L Merrill,
B. W. Sauntry of Stillwater, Mrs. Dean, Eau
Claire, Wis. 'Miss A. Goodhue, Chicago Miss
Alma Goodhue, Chicago Mrs. D. Pringle,
Mrs. F. E. Otis and G. J. Lovett, St. Paul.
F. D. Montfort, iSt. Paul, was the guest of
S. 'M. Hayes at ibel Otero on Sunday.
Mrs. Mvron Brown spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. F. G. Beaufort at Hotel del Otero.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Brown of Sheldon, Iowa
Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Kerney, Jackson, Neb.,
and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. 'Harkness of Minne
apolis visited at Lake Minnetonka on Sunday
and were guests at 'Del Otero
George R. Kibbe, Miss Zmk, Mrs. Chase
and daughter, Miss Butler of St. Paul and
Miss Wedge of Albert Lea were at Hotel del
Otero over Sundav and made a tour of the
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Townsend and Mr. and
Mrs. IE. W. Wingaard of St. Paul Were at Del
Otero over Sunday.
Colonel and Mrs. George F . Hicks of Paris,
Texas, are at Hotel del Otero.
Mrs. Frank Jloyal Atwood of St. Louis,
Mo., is viBiting her mother, Mrs. J. Abram, at
Breezy Point. Mr. Atwood, the well known
type man, will join her in ten days.
Miss Mable Van Valkenburg and Miss Edna
Layman spent Saturday and- Sunday at Lake
Park hotel as the guests of Mrs. Shaffner.
Frank Zahn is the purchaser of one of the
large gasoline launches" at Moore's yards. It
has a finely polished bull and a canopy.
Charles D. Velle and JE. F. Elliott have
gone to Lake Nepigon on a two weeks' fish
D. Wilcoxsen and Misses Wilcoxson of Car
rolton, Mo., and Mrs. Chase and daughter of
St. Louis, arrived at the Sampson house yes
terday to remain several weeks.
D. A. Morley arrived from Chicago re
cently and Is stopping at the White house.
Miss A. -E. Chatfield and Miss E. H. Chat
field of St. Paul are at the White bouse for
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Reynolds of Louis
iana, Mo , are. at the White house for sev-
Mr and Mrs. Fred Ware and family 'of
Clark, S. D.K are at the'White house for a
Mrs. S. B. Loye and daughter Elizabeth of
Minneapolis are at the White house.
Some Sunday guests that made up a party at
the White house were M^H. A. P. Mops, Mrs.
E. S. Palmes, Mrs. Georgf Xapley, Mrs. J. S.
Shurick. "* " ^ x ,
\. "Miss Nellie 'Ayers of Omiha is the guest of
ilrs. J. W. Cooper and Miss Maude Cooper at
'the White House. - ' t
Miss Lucile Kling of Denver is at the White
G. H. Shipman of St, Paul spent Sontfay
with his daughter. Mrs. C. B Dunmeyer, who
is staying a t the White''House
Sunday guests at Del Otero were: Mr* and
Mrs J. G. Davis, St. Cloud Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Wilcox and faniily Buroft, S. D. Mrs.
O. sP. 'i&mberton, J. B. Fvles,.,W. W. Carter,
"MoVrisTN. J". P- - OJivrCftttl, St. Paul W.
S. Yost, Chicago G. H. Mott, St. Paul Mr.
and Mrs. C. R Hall, S. H.' Chute, Miss Mary
Chute, Mr. and Mrs. C. J: McConville. iG. A.
Henryj John C Tentz, Miss Olgo 'C. Tentz.
Miss Ida Biasing, J. QV Coffey, John K.
Lambj J. T. Donaldson, Mr. and Mrs. L H.
Boardnjanj Miss Margaret McBride, W. D.
Ray, R. M. Ankeny. 4
N. E. .Leavey spent Sunday with S. i t
Adams kt Del Otero '
MBS. E. G. Hodgson returned yesterday from
a trip to the Canadian rdtKles and the north
Pacific coast. jV _
Mrs May Elwood Wood and daughter Jes
sie are guests of Mrs W. B. Praeo at Minne
tonka Beach. TT-V-I.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Harris are at the H a m s
cottage at Minnetonka Beach. ,,^* a
M r - a n d Mrs. Wi F. Brooks were fuests
Mrs. H C. Truesdell at Minnetonka Beach
Mrs. F . P . Wright enter -
tained at Camp Villa on Sunday, Missea
Katherlne Shull, *May Shull. Chicago Marion
Sanborn, St. Paul, and Bessie 'Shores of
Mr. and Mrs G. O. Hammond, Minnetonka
Beach, wilh leave this week for an extended
trip to the Pacific coast. ' - -
WEDDED AT HURON.
Special to The Journal.
Huron, S. D., Aug. 6.Tuesday morning,
in St, Martin'3 Catholic church, Father Dan
iel F. Desmond officiating, tool place the
marriage of Edward E.^Hittle, a popular Chi
cago & North-Western railway employe, and
'Miss Sadie Gillespie of this city. The cere
mony was witnessed only toy relatives and
a few Intimate friends. William And Nellie
Gillespie, brother and sister of the bride,
were the attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Hittle
have gone to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago
and other cities'for a tour of two or three
A. F i n e E n t e r p r i s e . *J- k
The Tabasco Plantation Company of
this city is operating a tropical planta
tion In southern Mexico very success
fully., It ha s one thousand acres fully
Improved and producing splendid crops.
This company has recently paid ten pe r
cent dividend derived from th e sales of
these products. Extensive improvements
are now being made and several thousand
acres will soon be planted to sugar cane,
cacao, rubber trees, etc. This is an ex
ceedingly promising enterprise, as it is
managed by prominent Minneapolis busi
ness men. Profits from tropical agri
culture have always been very great.
A LA?E TRIMMED CHINA SILK GOWN.
China &ilk, printed in a n attractive d esigm, always makes an effective gown,
and especially when lace trimmed. H e r e is a very effective little suit, with a
"blouse front opening over a fancy vest. The entire front is heavily trimmed
with lace, a s is the collar^ and also the elbow sleeves. Th e skirt, too, is
handsomely trimmed with lace, medallions being placed in cut-out portions near
the front. Th e skirt is finished with a velvet ribbon, which adds greatly to the
$ 3 5 t o S a l t Ia.lc C i t y a n d R e t u r n ,
Account Elks' Annual Meeting. Tickets
for sale on August 7-10 ' via - Chicago
Great W e s t e r n Railway, good to return.
Sept. 30th. Stop-overs allowed. Fo r
further information inquire of L. C.
Rains, Agent, Cor. Nicollet Ave. and 5th
Wife of President Jakeman of
Elders of the Mormon Church,
Salt Lake City, Utah, Recom
mends Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vegetable Compound For Wo*
man's Periodic Pains. -
" D E A R MBS. PTNKHAM:Before I
knew of Lydiq. E . P i n k h a m ' s V e g -
e t a b l e C o m p o u n d I dreaded th
approach of the time for my menstrual
period, as it would mean a couple of
Shirt Waist Suits, in satin foulards, t | / \ (\f\
former price $15.00 each. To close ^ J l U i l / U
J _ I C k e t S (Last year's styles, special).
Ladies' and Misses' Jackets
1 11 w * I
Q coverts, etc., former prices $8.50 _ - /*% _ g \
u " \ . to $12.50, to close, J _ 3 U
t o $12.50 , t o close ,
1 Ladies' Jackets
Covert cloths and light kerseys,
all silk lined, former prices $12.50
to$20, to close, each
On Thursday Mrs. Walter Baker of Excel
sior will grve a family picnic. She is enter
taining Mrs. D. E. Wagner and son, Mrs.
F. N. Dlmond, Stewart and Clark Dimond
of "Winthrcp,. and Mrs. C. Rogers and party.
T i e Minnesota Baptist Summer assembly
will hoid its fourth annual meeting at Mound
commencing next Sunday, and closing Thurg'
day, Aug. 21. The assembly is a sort of
Chautauqua, and combines the idea of church,
summer school and picnic. Mr. Taylor, su
perintendent of the grounds, has already re
ceived enough requests for board tents and
tent space to warrant the belief that the as
sembly will be the largest in point of at
tendance of any in the association's history.
An excellent program consisting of devo
tions, lectures, sermons and music has been
provided. Following the assembly a min
isters' institute will be held on the grounds
from Aug. 22 to 26 inclusive.
Mrs. Jane Poorman of St. Louis gave a
launch party ^yesterday afternoon to celebrate
the birthday of her granddaughter.Mrs. Riley
of Moberly, Mo. The guests were fifteen
laoMes from !h Sampson House, her daugh
ter, Mrs. Claphamson, Mrs. Nichols and
Mrs. Chamberlain of Minneapolis.
Mrs. William E. Albee of Excelsior was
hostess at a dehghttul lake party yesterday.
A company of young women came out on the
morning train and took the Helena for a tour
of the lakes. The picnic luncheon served in
Advance Styles in Walking Suits and Walking Skirts, show-
ing new ideas for fall, just received, and we will be pleased
to show them.
FOR gETWEEN SEASONS
A f t e r n o o n F r o c l cn T h a t M a y B e c o m e
E v e n i n g T o i l e t t e s L a t e r .
There are many -women who at this time
of year have worn out all their summer
clothes and are actually in rag3 They have
to get something new and yet do not feel
lik3 buying a gown that :n three or tour
veeks will have to be put away until next
reason and that may 'be out of date then.
Many of these go in either for eoTetaing
rather dressy that can b" used for house
wear in -the evenings during winter, or else
can be worn in the street in the early fall
And really there is quite a little economy
in this, as it gives a full season's continu
For 4 gown that can be .worn in the after
noon and would at the eame time show up
to advantageYiuring the winter season, in the
evening, there is nothing more appropriate
than thin white material, such as (Swiss or
organdie, Gowns of this.order are always
suitable and can be worn at any time. They
are very pretty and do not easily go out of
style. 'In half an hour any dressmaker can
take a gown of this order that may be a
few months 'behind time* and fix it up so
that it will be fully up to date. _
Tucked effects are very prominent. It is
not a case of a few tucks here and there, but
the whole dress is composed of these put
on horizontally. One effective gown on this
order shows the skirt a mass of tucks about
an inch wide apd placed about aft inch and
a half apart. The ekiut was also adorned
with a narrow insertion of festoon Valen
MRS. HTTLDA JAKEMAN.
days in bed with intense pain and suf
fering. I was under the physicians
care for over a year without any relief,
when my attention was called to Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound by
several of our M o r m o n w o m e n w h o
h a d b e e n c u r e d t h r o u g h it s use*
I began its systematic use and im
proved gradually in health, and after
the use of six bottles my health waa.
completely restored, and for over two
years I have had neither ache or pain.
You have a truly wrmderful remedy for.
women. Very sincerely
$6000 forfeit If abooe testimonial it net gtmriifr.
J u s t a s s u r e l y a s Mrs." J a k e - !
m a n w a s c u r e d j u s t s o s u r e l y w i l l
I i y d i a E . P i n k h a m ' s V e g e t a b l e
C o m p o u n d c u r e e v e r y w o m a n
s u f f e r i n g f r o m a n y f o r m o f fe
m a l e ills.
M r s. P i n k h a m a d v i s e s s i c k w o
m e n f r e e . A d d r e s s , L y n n , Mass*
A MORNING DRESS OF PRINTED CHINA SILK.
China silK makes a most effective suit for .morning -wear,'and when printed in
a prettv pofka.dot design requires no otner adornment worth mentioning. Illus-
trated is a suit on this order in blue and white. Th e waist ha s a'few *wide plaits
down th e front, giving the semi-Gibson effect. Aside,from this' the ofcly-adorn-
ment consists in blue satin ribbon stitched with white to the skirt. The ribbdn
also forms the belt.
D U I I A V Valley Creamery, best
D U I T C I made, per jar
I _ _ a l Country rendered,
Tomatoes KS&^r. 2lt
| _ J - Fancy Duchess, _E_
Apples per peek ZtC
B_,_._,._,_ Freestones, half- * - ( A
r O a C n S S bushel boxes # ! | I V
_?!_.._ Barber's Celebrated White * I Q A
r l O U l Satin. 98-lb.bags - I i O U
Grape Huls IZ**** lie
n A B A A . Best made, per cas*
KM U I DCOI two dozen t A
quarts or three dozen pints.... cf _,- U|#
Whiskey pXbot8S 66e
Blackberry Brandy S f 70c
Greatest Jewelry Sale
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Since starting our alteration sale* we have offered such startling Bargains that our store
has been crowded with purchasers who have found everything as advertised and "at
slaughter prices Only three days more remain to buy the newest and highest class
of Jewelry, Silverware, Toilet ware, HawKes' Cut Glass, rBrlc-a-Brac, Marbles and
bronzes at discbunts from 10 per cent to 50 per cent, - - ', "'.
Sterling Silver Teaspoons, set of 6.. $2.60
Sterling Silver 3-in. Bon Bon Dishes. J2.00 - C u t Glass arid Sterling Salts and Pep
Sterling Silver Buttonhooks, Files
and Knives (worth 90c and $1) 60c
Sterling Silver Velvet Brushes (worth .,
Sterling Silver Napkin Rings 8oc
Cut Glass, 8-in. Berry Bowls $4.60
Cut Glass 3%-in. Bon Bon Dishes. $1.80
pers, each 75c
Fine gold-filled Links (worth $1 to
Finemid-fllled Brooches (worth $1 to
$1.50) j 50c
Be sure to visit our store and see these, as such Impossible prices will mail be
offered again ^
Jewelry Store, ! ' IY * 519 NIoolletAv.
lowed by ping-pong, swimming and boating.
A 6-o'clock supper was served on the lawn
on long tables decorated v ith red geraniums'.
Th3 guests were Mrs. William Marsh, Mrs.
James Bladon, Mrs. Knowlton, Misses plija
beth Dorman, Evangeline Lathrop, Viola
Stone", Nettie Pratt, Empia Stauffer of St.
Paul, Grace Feltus, Leila Porter, - Bertha
Marron, Lillian Bladon and -dlth Marshall.
'The Excelsior Whist club w-* entertained
yesterday at Edgewood by Mmes. W. P. Mc
Donald, A. H. Lyman and Charles S. Mar
shall. Dinner was served at 1 o'clock and in
the afternoon the women played whist and
.enjoyed swimming and bathing. The guests
tfere: Mmes. W. L. Baker, L. S. Sampson,
E. L. Newell, Emil Lyman, Melvin Bennett.
George D. Shrodes, Gray, N, Br^wn, George
liopklns, Will Loudon, Walter _ Sampspn and^
, Clarence Prince.
Miss Bernlta Booth of Excelsior gave a
suDper and launch party Saturday night hi i aeierfption now to he worn
honor of her guests, Miss Lowery of Man-" u n d e r a l i t t l
jacketwaist, . -Thesebeing kato and Miss Parkin of Blue Earth City.
Covers were laid for sixteen, and the table
was decorated with sweet peas and ferns.
The Frolic was taken for a tour of the lake
and a visit to Lake Park for the hofc, The
guests \ s r e : Dr. and Mrs. Ray of Minne
apolls, Misses Clara' Gerlich, Mankato Low-^
ery, Mankato Parkin, Blue Earth Char
lotte Purchase, Mr. and Mrs. Ellet Parcher
of ^Cleveland. L*_ce Currier, St. Paul Theo
dore' Clark, Chicago James Loudon, Man
kato Harry Loomis and Charles WalSron.
m%f/ si i%
__ke c__t. i^rf- .v
The railway passenger tariff menu who are
haiAia- tfcair convention in S Pa.nl, will
the grove on Excelsior commons was fol- cienne3 lace that ran around it in several
rows in an irregular manner: The foot of
the skirt was a mass of. ruffles ot the same,
material edged with Valenciennes lace. The
waist, like the skirt, was tucked. The tucked
sleeves were of elbow length and flared slight
ly at the ^bottom and terminated in Valen
ciennes. The yoke and high collar were also
of lace, thus completing a most* effective cos
tume. To be worn in the evening, the yoke
could easily be taken out and the sleeves
"either removed or shortened, and our summer
girl would then be ready for the ball or re
Then, aside from these affairs of organdie,
ire 'silk gowna" trimmed with lace and other
wise .ornamented. Some of thesfe are very
elaborate,' and as they are of a fairly heavy
silk, could be used as well for early fall as
toic summer. A good many brocades are seen,
and-the girl who is up to date is taking to
these much more than she has in the past.
Brocades of all descriptions are going to
be the great thing for fall, and miladl will
make no mistake in getting a gown of this
no w t o 'b e wor later, possibly
are usually very
fancy abouet the elaborately
trimmed with lace, chiffon and other mate
rial. ^The igreat point to be observed here is
that the gowns are high-necked, so that they
may be appropriate for later wear.
For morning wear miladl waj|ts Something
that is _ little heavier^than the shirt waist
,fiutt of linen and yet is not'oumbereome. Some
ktndfof a* light- and pretty silk is Just the
thing for this purpose. A polka dot effect in
particular would, be very appropriate. Blue
and white combination is very "effectively
made up'into a plain costume. It is styles
dn this order that take now with the Ameri
can /fuminer irl when she is just beginning
to think of going home to prepare for falL
We will place on sale Thursday morning a full line of Manufacturer's
Sample Gowns. All are lace trimmed and beautifully embroidered.
The 75c kind at . . . . .-.
The $1 kind at . .*. . . .
The $1.50 kind a t . . . . .
The $2 kind at
The $3 kind at
. . $1
And a few $6, $7, $8 and $10 ones, at. . . $3
^ftill Another &tg 'Bargain 'Day in
The crowd that thronged our Cloak Department during the last few days tells the story, better than
words. If you continue to come, some sizes will break before nighteven 3,000^can't stand before
such an onslaught. But we start with a good assortment tomorrow.: | ,X - y* ' k^-% * ^ %
- t ts
iv Jp^Oc White Lawn-WaiJt?, soljd tucked ifront, and cluster of
tucks in back, soft cuff and collar ~ *
formerly $1. Tomorrow. 50c
^ $ 1 . 0 0 , worth $1.50 various styles of sheer white lawn,
^trimmed with plaits and box plaits with embroidory insert, made
$1.50 for a regular $3.50 White Lawn Waist, front made
with cluster of fine tucks, hemstitching and embroidery insert
ing, back is solid tucking these have a soft ^-_ _ ^.
collar and cuffs. Special tomondw 31 O U
$1.00 Folka Dot Duck Skirts and linen-colored crash
regular. $1.25, $L50, $1.75
will make a special oler on all "QUI,-,colored taikv-made ,
at Half Price. - 'u
hy a manufacturer famous for the fit C A H
of the garments he makes 1 ,. , * * - " "
Colored Waists formerly $1.50,'$1,75. ^ ^
Tomorrow. . \.\ ^ I . U U
,-'V_-.V. Vrsit our -Bargain T^a^ement^ i^S^^l^MM
x.**b,r 3sJi i* -- . "VV*-
-_for the less expensive grades,-hut aVwaytf reliable, however lcrw ttre*price* ^f%%f'~w*#SsS!^
^ * # / ^ T h e P l y m o u t h Clothing Hoxise, Sixth fc.r\d Nicollet.