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Remarkable
Garment
Values
Women's and Misses' Coats
Our new arrivals include the popular three-quarter lengths
the Monte Carlo Coats, the. natty Blouse Coat, the dressy
Velour Coats and Blouses. In fact, we have much the best
assortment of any time this Reason.
A u J *7 !Zf\ Newest 00 and 33-inch coats, Kersey, Mel-
r \ I %P I tS\S ton and Coverts, blaok, brown and Ox-
ford, new Danton cape effects, satin lined throughout. Regu-
lar values $29.50, $25.00 and $22.50. Choiae Saturday, $17.50.
At $25.00
and ripple effects*Regular $35, $32.50 and $30 coats, choice
Saturday, $25.
Other equally good values, $30\ $38'.and $30*
Children's Long Coats
A f $ If) (1(1
S~kl *P MIS.IS IS Coats- better coat than any other store
can afford at $15. Saturday* all sizes, $10.00.
J&4
A VERY FORTUNATE PURCHASE
About three hundred latest styles Winter Coats in every
way up to u usual standard cf excellencesecured on ac-
count of the continued mild weather, at one*third less than
regular value'just arrived by express, marked and ready for
Saturday's selling. ^ ' ' " .---
Fred. D. Young & Co.,
Syndicate BIocUc, 513 Nicollet Avenue.
The Christmas Buyer
Will find it easy to select from w enormous stock gifts of a character that
are lasting, appropriate and extremely beautiful. We have received nearly
everything that will interest you in the Diamond, Gold, Silver and Glass
lines at moderate costs.
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diamonds,, 82S.OO to $2,600.
Manicure Articles. Art Noaveau designs, eadti
Applique and Glass Cologne Bottles, great values, each'fJ'. '..'..""
Links, Hat Pins and Broocbies
Pierced and Glass Vases... ..
Hair Brushes, good weight.a..'.'...'.'. !.'.'.'.'.".'.V.'.V'.".V.V.".V.".V.'.V.V.V.V
Men's gold filled 20-year cases. Elgin or Waltham movement.
Ladles' gold filled 20-year cases. Etg n or Waltham movement
Ladie J' gold filled avyear cases. Hampden movement
Ladies'sol.d 14-karat gold watches, Elgin or mttham jnorement
Men's bronze and silver Novelty Watches, very artistic
Ladles' Chatelaine Enamel Watches '.'.'.'.'.'.WW.
Bon-Boa Dishes....
Berry Bowls
Vases, new shapes.
J B. HUDSON ft SON,
ESP*- FURS..
SALE Not at Nicollet avenue prices, but at prices very low expense allows
patrons derive the benefit. Sable and Isabella Fox Muffs and Boas. Full
line Ladies'Fine Furs. Fur-lined Coats, $36 up. Men's Fur-lined Coats
to order, $65.
My motto: Prompt attention, good service, reasonable prices.
Opon
Evening*.
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2l2:PSi S I 26.0d per carai. fine pertec diamonds, they are 15per ct. below regular price
bolltttlre diamond^ ringse, newest fancy and plain mountings special. S I &k S90 ktos
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DIAMONDS.
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caratperfoct dlamonds-4 you cannot duplcate at these prices any where
JEWELERS, 518-520 NIOOLLIET AV.
FOR LADIES
DIAMONDS.
Diamond Rings,
Diamond Earrings,
Diamond Lorgnettes, \
Diamond Necklace,
Diamond Brooches,
Diamond Loekets,
Diamond Watches,
Diamond Lavalleres, \
WATCHES.
Ladies' Solid Gold Watches.
Ladles' Gold Pilled Watches.
Ladles' Gun Metal Watches.
Ladies' Chatelaine Watches,
GOLD JEWELRY.
Brooohes, Earrings, Bracelets,
Rings, Waist Sets, Pin Sets, Lock
ets, Hat Pins, Stldk Pins, Cuff
Pins, Hair Ornaments, Ladles'
Seal Rings, Garters, Guard Chains,
Lorgnettes, Lorgnette Chains.
Stling Silver Tabfowat**
Knives, Forks, Spoons, Cutlery,
Tea Sets, Caffe Sets, Water Sets,
Almond Sett, Candlesticks, Loving
Cups, Bonbon Dishes, Black Caffe
Sets, Serving Trays, Butter Dishes,
Pepper and Salts, Child Cups,
Baby Spoons,-'-Souvenir Spoons.
LEATHER GOODS.
Shopping Bags, Chatelaine. Bags,
Coin Purses, Pocketbooks, Japanese -
Nltchkes, Jewel Cases, Poker Sets,
Card Cases, Bill Books, Traveling
Cases, Medicine Cases, Cigar and
Cigarette Cases, Desk Pads, Grip
Tags.
Q'dnple Plato Tabtowapo
Knives, Forks, Spoons, Tea Sets,
Caffe Sets, Water Sets, Choeplate
Sets, Candelabras, Bread Boats,
Gravy Boats, Cake and Fruit
Stands,. Baking Dishes, Fern
Dishes, Vegetable Dishes, Salad
Dishes, Soup Tureens, Meat Plat
ters, etc., etc.
Cut Glass, Bronzes and Marbles, Pedestals, Kaiser Zlrtn, Quexal Art
Glass, Gold Canes, Sliver Canes, Ladles' and. Gents' Umbrellas, Opera
Glasses. Chafing Dishes, Smoking Sets, Jewel Boxes, Cigar Boxes. EbonV~
Ware, Beautiful Fans. - - ' *
We Deliver
In all parte
of the city
'and :.,:,
St. Paul. .
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Choice of several choice styles in heavy
Montemacs, Melton, Kersey, and the
very desirable ZibelineNovelty cape
Anotne
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nay
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e the latest mountings, at pricei that ars the lowest.
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STERLING SILVER.
WATCHES
HAWKE'S CUT GLASS
1QB Nentoepin Ave,
35 competent salespeople to wait on crowds
All goods marked in pialn figures and
guaranteed the lowest.
518 NICOLLET 520
r shipment of the long Zibelin*
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bro Ue S
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a"* Pln, In co^fuation*witn
93.75to S7.00 $3.60
-80.50 and $12.00
$12.00 $12.00
17.00 to $25.00
16.00 to 25.00
$14.00 to $200.00
A, ZEKMAN,
The Furrier.
in Appropriate Christ
mas Gifts to ba found
in the Immense stick of
FOR GENTLEMEN
DIAMONDS.
Diamond Match Safes,
Diamond Links,
Diamond Lockets,
Diamond Studs,
Diamond Cigar Cutters,
Diamond Tie Clasps,
Diamond Pocket Knifes,
Diamond Scarf Pins.
Gentlemen's Chronograph Watches
Gentlemen's Repeating Watches
Gentlemen's Gold Filled Watches
Gentlemen's Solid Gold Watches. .'
WATCHES.
GOLD JEWELRY.
Vest chains, Link Buttons, Scarf
Pins, Fobs, Tie Holders, Lockets
and Charms, Collar Buttons, Em
blem Pins, Full Dress Studs, Signet
Rings, Cigar Cutters, Match Safes,
Clgaret Cases, Key Chains, Key
Rings, etc., etc.
St'ling Sllvoi* ToSlotwaro
Dresser Sets, Manicure Sets, Sew
ing Sets, Dresser Bottles, Pin
Trays, Toilet Sets, .Pocket Knives,
Corkscrews, Mustache Combs, Min
iature Lockets, Match Boxes, Stamp
Boxes* Key Chain, Nail Files,
Flasks, Tie Clasps, Napkin Holders,
Pencils, etc., etc.
GUN METAL GOODS.
Lorgnette Chains, Coin Holders*
Pencils, Knives, Cigar Cutters,
Cigar Cases, Clgaret Cases, Chat
elaine Mirrors, Chatelaine Pins,
Links, Cigar Holders, Full Dress
Card Case, Ladies' Memorandums.
Hall Clocks, Mantel Clocks, Desk
Clocks, Boudoir Clocks, Office
Clocks, ^Cuckoo Clocks, Kitchen
Clocks, Traveling Clocks, Automo
bile Clocks, Alarm Clocks, Night
Clocks, French" Regulators, Anni
versary Clocks, Electric Clocks, etc.
..$2.00 to $e. OO
S4.00
0 to $26.00
3.0 to$26.00
519
Nicollet Ave.
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SATURDAY
. EVENINGS
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E INFORMAL TEA
Mrs. Louis B. Newell's Afternoon a
Feature "of the Bejl-Heffelfinger
Ante-Nuptial Gaities.
The Misses Harrington Entertain in
Honor of Miss Evelyn
i , Douglas.
Mrs. Louis B. Newell gave an informal
tea this afternopnat her home on Blalsdell
avenue for Bites Louise Heffelfinger and
James F. Bell. The guests were a group
of young men $ nd women, the friends of
the bridal couple, and the hours were frdm
3 until 5 o'clock. Clusters of polnsetta
blossoms furnished an effective decoration
through the rooms. The assisting women
were Mrs. Alfred Pillsbury, Mrs. Waiter
W. Heftelfinger, Mrs. James S{ Thurston.
Miss Northrup and Miss Kelly.
David M. Chute gave a dinner last even
ing at the Minneapolis Club for Miss Hef
felflnger and Mr. Bell. Covers were laid
for twenty-two and the guests were the
young-people of the bridal party. Ameri
can Beauty roses and ferns were the
table decorations.
Mrs. Charles F. Deaver gave a card
party this afternoon at her home on Aid
rich avenue S. The parlors were in pink
and. green with great clusters of roses on
the mantels. Red was the chosen color
for the den, dining-room and hall and
quantities Of carnations were used. Can
delabra were everywhere and the soft
light of innumerable tapers filled the
rooms. Sixhand euchre was played and
the score cards were in pink with the
monogram of the hostess in green. Mrs.
Deaver was assisted by Mrs. J. E. Gage
and Miss Katherine Bailey and about fifty
two women were present.
This evening Mr- and Mrs. Deaver will
entertain about the same number of men
and women at cards and Mrs. J. M. Austin
will acssisL
The Misses Harrington of Park avenue
entertained twenty young women this
afternoon in honor of Miss Evelyn Doug
las. It was a most informal affair and
during the afternoon the guests were busy
^ith dainty needlework for the bride.
Monday afternoon Miss Elizabeth Don
aldson will give a luncheon for Miss Doug-3
las and on Tuesday afternoon Miss Han
nah Dunwoody will be hostess at a lunch
eon in her honor.
Mrs. Harry "W. Benton gave a thimble
bee this afternoon at her home on Har
riet avenue. About twenty-six women
were present and after an hour of sew
ing the new game of milo was played.
Mrs. Frank W. Greaves and Mrs. Clar
ence D. Benton assisted the hostess
Clusters Qf flowers were simply arranged
through the rooms. ' i
Mrs. Frederick Blymyer gave her first
postnuptial at home this afternoon at her
apartments in the new flat building on
Franklin and Hennepin avenues. It was
a very informal affafr and Mrs. Blymyer
was assisted by her mother, Mrs. .George.
A. Miller. This evening Mr. Blymyer and
Mr. Miller will also receive, The second
of these informal at homes will be -gfve*i
next Friday afternoon and evening.
85c
$1.40
75o
Opposite Oily Hmll.
Out-of- town or-
ders ", "Will
have*- rour
prompt and best
ienilon."'
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Taylor have
issued invitations for the marriage of
their daughter Gertrude, .. and Harris
Ay Isworth. Hatfield of Chicago which will
take place at their home, 1536 Nicollet
avenue, Wednesday evening)* Dec. 31.,
Only a small group of guests will be pres
ent and the attendants will be Margaret
and Carol Wallace, who will siretOh the
ribbons, and Robert Hatfield of Chicago,
who will act as best man. Mr. Hatfield
and his bride will make their'IhoMe in
Fort Hope, Ont. To-morrotW.'^al^fiioon
the Misses Richardson will give a" 'quilt
ing bee for the bride at their home, 2S29
Girard avenue S. Last week Miss Ethel
Taylor was hostess^at a thimble ?1.ee at
her home on Irvilig avenue for" Miss
Taylor. ' - " - -
Mrs. A. H. Foster will entertain a group
of young people to-morrow afternoon at
her home, 2633 Bryant avenue S, in. honor
of the eleventh birthday anniversary of
her daughter Mabel.
The marriage of Miss Eve Wolkow,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Wolkow, and
Octavius Eimer took place last evening
at the home of the bride's parents,* 119
W Thirty-first street. The* service was
followed by a reception. Mr. anU Mrs.
Elmer left for an eastern trip.
The wedding of Miss Anna Josephine
Willen and Dr. John E. X.idholm was
prettily solemnized Wednesday evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Lar
son, 1302 Seventh street 8* Kev. 3.
Alfregren of St. Paul read the service
and Miss Lottie Wold played the wedding
march. The bridesmaids were Misses
Emma and Selma Peterson 'and the bride
groom's attendants were O. Bjorkman and
Charles Ernest Magnuson. The bride wore
cream crepe de ehine and carried bride
roses. The rooms were handsomely deco
rated with roses, carnations and ferns.
The service was followed by a wedding
supper and covers were laid for 30. Mr.
and 2frs Lidholm will be at home after
Jan. 1 at 221 Cedar avenue.
Miss Lilian Blake of Canada and Robert
Campbell were married Wednesday even
ing at the home of the officiating minister,
Rev. R. K. Porter, 3046 Second avenue S.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Carpenter gave a
pretty dancing party last evening in Mrs.
Noble's hall in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Al
hee Ladd of Rhode Island, who are here
On their wedding trip. The hall w.as
hung with Japanese lanterns and the
lights were all shaded in red. Mrs.
Squires played a program of dances and
the cards ^were in red embossed- with
white. The assisting people were Messrs:
and Mmes. George S. Gillette, Robert
Jamieson, Arthur Swett, Mrs.. Dora Somes
and Miss Jessie McMillan.
table Was decked with ferns and red roses
and after the program a. buffet supper was
served. ~
Miss Fanning assisted yesterday after
noon at the reception given in St. aul
by Mrs. Ferdinand Wlllius and Miss Wil
lius. .-. , . ,_ , ij_:^y.'::,' - v. !/.:,- . '-- ^-.
A pretty wedding took place Wednesday
evening at the homeof William Constance
in Hopkins,, wheff his daughter Millie and
Herbert Newland Were married. The
service was rea# by Rev. C. G. Page and
the bridal jart entered to the strains of
the "Lohengrin" bridal chorus. Miss Anna
Bakke of St. Louis Park was maid of
honor and Misses Hazel Brandt and Villa
Cooper were flower-girls. Frank Stacy
of Minneapolis was best man. The
bride wore white Persian lawn trimmed
with lace and carried roses. Mr. and
Mrs. Newland accompanied by Mr. New
land's sister, Mrs. Lillia Brandt and Hazel
Brandt left for a short trip. They will
make their home in Hopkins.
A wedding that will bring a. bride to
Minneapolis took place Tuesday afternoon
m St. Joseph's church, Wiribha. whofi
Miss Lizzie Sommer and iSTill' Burchell
were married. The service was read by
Rev. John Melee in the presence of a large
group of friends and relatives. Mr. ajid
Mrs. Burchell will make their home in
Minneapolis.
Mrs. Noble gave the closing party of tne
series for her young people's class this aft
ernppjj,,aj,her Jjall.ori thevEast Side.'- The
hall vras decorated in redand lighted with
Japanese laaterns. The dance cards rep
resented, miniature . lanterns and Miss
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Ransom played.,., . - Reflpertptoents were
serve* About ftfpty boys and girls were
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The Mikado club will give its second dance
thta evening in Malcolm'g academy on K Twen
ty-fourth street.
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street, Saturday eventing.Seattle,
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SJS'A Mrs. A. A. Drake, for
Camp, JlOlrW,Thirty-sixth street.
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Bunting, flaga and lodge emblems decorated the
hall and the stage was screened with palms.
Latourelle a orchestra played a program of twen
ty numbers. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Richmond led
the grand march. W. E. Richmond, W. B.
Stover and William Leyden formed the committee
in charge of the arrangements.
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Furs and Fur Garments.
Best at The Plymouth Clothing House.
THINGS WOBTH KNOWING
Bits of Serapbdok Wisdom on Vari
ous Household Topics.
A pretty idea and somewhat new are the
little silver standards for holding bunches
of grapes suspended, while the scissors for
clipping lie on the base. These are ex
ceedingly ornamental where a fruit
decoration is desired.' :-
It is not always necessary to sew the
ends of the narrow ribbon now so univer
sally used in blading on lingerie. A small
bow is to the ribbo^as a knot to a needle
ful of cotton, arid very decorative also.
"For every worry under the sun
There's either a remedy or there is none.
If there is one, try and find it
If there is not one, never mind it. :-'-
, Before purchasjag the material for new
garments, obtain the patterns, and decide
upon the exact rho*de of trimming. Find
out the required amount of each materjal
aria buy accordingly. Never economize
by saving the cosfc of a few good patterns,
it will prove a dear bargain in the oriel.
Buy the' best sncf^fb'.loW' directions j^ireT
fully. Use gopd tliread and the proper
linfhgsto^e^sut^^^rrecrt Outlines'and sew
as carefully onjetjmadeoverdress as you
would upon a new one. After kiving pre
pared a thorough shopping list, Slon't be
persuaded to change your mim about
colors or quality:^'The chances afe if you
do it will cause 'nuuch confusion and loss*
Calm judgment is more reliable IhanV the,
persuasive ways of salespeople, aad above'
all things choose a day for shopping when
you feel your best^and can spen| suffici
ent time to buy #fsely. . | . v
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The frappe
Bay leaves were'once considered one of
the essential stores of the larder their
flavor Is delicate arid delicious. Tshe herbs
used for flavoring soups should be tied
up In a little bag, and a bay leaf not for
gotten, one may also be boiled With fish
Or meat. When custards or any sort of
milk puddings are being made, a-bay leaf
scalded in the milk will impart a very
delicate and agreeable flavor. Tarragon
leaves give a most novel and acceptable
zest to a salad they should be "scalded,
squeezed in a cloth and chopped fine/
Left-over boiled ? cauliflower makes an
excellent salad. .'Put it in a strainer and
wash off any white sauce adhering to it,
then shake dry. Mix with cold potato
cubes, string beans, beets or celery
whatever you happen to have on hand
and dress with mayonnaise.
When boiling fish let it come gently to a
bubble after, putting it, in the boiling
water, then ttllo#?it to cook jutet below the
boiling pom if 1t were boiled at thfe
galloping point the fish would fall to
places. A good rule by which to cook fish
is allow ten minutes to each pound, when
it has once come to the boil. -
Wright Wrongs No Man.
Wright'* old-fashioned buckwheat flour is pure.
AW ATTEACTIVE BOOKLET.
- One of the attractivet ChristmasOther novelties
a little poem
by Carrie M. Bowen. It Is illustrated by some
very interesting photographs taken by Mrs. A.
C. swift. It is all in btaek and gray and makes
a pleasing little booklet.
When you use Journal Want Ada only
1 cent a word under any heading. Noth
ing less than 20 cents.
uIn,:
Tha Far-Of f Day,Is "
You Make No Mistake
$10,000,000 DOWN
The Sum That Is Needed to Pacify
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Washington, Dec. 5.The canal con
cession-'will be secured from Colombia
and it will be for a lump sum without
annual rentals. This is the demand of the
United States, and the Colombian gov
ernment is Inclined to. grant it, if the
payment is increased from $7,000,000 to
$10,000,000. The perpetual lease of terri
tory will also be granted. '
The prospect.of securing the concession
from Colombia for a lump sum is grati
fying to the administration, and to con
gress. This has been one of- the most
serious hitches in the negotiations. Co
lombia not .only wanted a paygkent of
$10,000i,000 $600,000. The senate would not ratify
such a treaty. It will ratify a treaty that
provides for the purchase outright of the
territory foirthe canal.'
V:|v Vou Make No Mistake ' ..
When you use Journal Want Ads only
1 cent a word under any heading. Noth
ing: less than" 20 cents.
^:%^Mwironr ksn A SHOOTING.
$ueeristOTfn, Dec. 5.The British ship Leices*
ter Castle, from San Francisco. July 26, arrive-l
bcre to-day. Her commander reported that on
Sept. 2 three Americau seamen mutinied and
Captain Peattle and his second officer-were shot,
'the'fatter fatally,-after an encounter with the
mutineers, who left the hip on a.raft in mid
ocean.
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1 cent a word.,under any heading. Noth
ing less'than 20 cents.' . ,..
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entertain the club next evening.
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your cutter. Use the Journal Classified
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the baby, or some of the other
children, is all wrong.
Not that the childaea are to
blame. If it's the baby probably
his food is all wrong. Vinol will
help his^mother stand the strain of
nursing. I have often seen whole
families o older children keep the
parents awake o' nights. First
one, then the other is ailing.
These children seem well enough
at tinies but they are white, hol
low-eyed, often listless, with irreg
ular appetites, peevish and fretful,
wakeful at night, and continually
taking cold.
The use of Vinol, in conjunc
tion with Vinlax to regulate the
bowels, will benefit these children
almost in a day.
We know this because the ex
amples are so numerous right
around home.
There is nothing in Vinol that
can hurt them. It is pleasant to
take, and the amount necessary to
give the children a start costs but
little. Besides if it doesn't do the
work, we will give you the money
baok.
There is nothing so good for
weak and tired mothers and ailing
children as Vinol. It gives them
a start, and helps them keep it,
and it's splendid for old people.
Voegeli Bros. Drug Go.
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
Mail Orders Supplied 81.00 per bottle.
ExDress Paid.
FOR SERVING VENISON
Officers of the W. C. T. TJ. at Fair
mont Under Arrest.
Fairmont, Minn., Dec. 5.Deputy Game
Warden W. P. Hill yesterday applied for
a warrant calling for the arrest of the
local'officers of the W. C. T. U. on a
charge of violating the state game law.
It is said that the W. C. T. U. members
offered to serve a venison dinner during
the session of court. Hill is said to have
notified them that it was unlawful, but it
is alleged they ignored his warning and
served the meat.
The members of the union are higlily in
dignant. Their arrest has caused some
what of a sensation, as all are well-known
in the county.
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CLTTBS AND CHARITIES
{'SATURDAY
A. C. Af, Mrs. M. D. Purdy, 2033 Ken
wood parkway, afternoon.
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Meeting of the A. C. A.
The A. C. A. will meet to-morrow af
ternoon with Mrs. M. D. Purdy on Ken
wood boulevard. The program will be
in charge of the educational committee
and Miss Firkins will read a paper. .
A Musical Afternoon.
The Travelers met this afternoon with
Mrs* John N. Greer on Pleasant avenue.
Mrs. J. S. Kearney read a paper on Ger
man composers arid it was illustrated by
piano numbers.
Club Calendar.
- ^ * * ^ Program on Egypt ^
TheJ?lfeighborhood Current Events Club
was entertained yesterday -by Sirs. Harry
Birch and Mrs. F. H. Anderson. The
general topic was "Egypt," arid Mrs.
Birch gave an instructive map talk. Mrs.
McKenzie read a paper on "Egypt's
Debts" Mrs. Addy, "Nile Irrigation
Dam" Mrs. Abraharns, "Royal Tombs of
Afcydos."- Pictures of Egyptian rulers
and art were an interesting feature of the
program. Owing to illness the club has
abandoned its entertainment to raise
funds for "the new Y. W. C. A. rest room
and the sum has been secured by volun
tary subscription. The next meeting of
the club will be held Jan. 8 with Mmes.
Addy and Engler at the home of the lat
ter, 2746 Fremont avenue S.
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DAMCnre CLASgES . ^ ^
MALCOLM'S INFORMAL
Speola! Attractions Ne xt Friday Evening
Instruction at 8. Program and orchestra, 9.
Children's classes Saturday, 2 and 3:30 p. m.
Tel. M. 3537, N. W.
1-m\*n A and MA7IMEE8.
Informals Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
8:45. Class 7:30. Matinees Mondays and Sat
urdays. 2:80. Private Instruction daily.
Kimball Hall.
We'll Solve
the Gift Question.
",'
'..-'"' Ton don't have to worry about snit-
... able gifts if you come to ClfiK
LEK'S. Our stock offers a'splen
did selection of just the right things.
A bottle of exquisite perfume, a
fancy leather, pocketbook or cigar
case, a flask or a pocket knife se
lected from a new line we've Just
received, are things that never fail
aa decidedly suitable presents and
then there's an added satisfaction
- -. in knowing that you've bought the
best.
The Taste
For original Allegrettf Chocolates
can only be satisfied at Clrkler's.
No "one else in Minneapolis has this
delicious candy.
CHAS. H. CIRKLER,
692 Nicollet Av. 4 J Sixth St So.
Druggist.
GARLAND'S , .
Table Confections
ARE UPTODATE.
Real Molasses Candy
Superb Christma? Boxes
German Favors., . Hv
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DECEMBER , 1909.
To Loosen Purse Strings
The Cut Price Season is on, the time to reduce stock
and we make a beginning on our Suits, Jackets,
Skirts, Waists, etc, We offer only the best garments,
and exceptional values. The cold weather has really
just begun, and we are exactly on time to supply your
needs and at low prices. Come early before our stock
is broken up.
Tailor-Made Suits
About 300 Ladies' and Misses' Walking and Train Skirts, new
cuts and stylish effects, new fabrics and popular shades,,only one
or two garments of a kind former prices, $25 to $85.
Lot 1 100 Suits at ...14 off
Lot 2200 Suits at ......% off
Ladies' Coats
Only one or .two of a kind to close at low prices.
$5.50 Skirts .$3.75 $10.00 Skirts $5.75
$8.50 Skirts $5.00
$8.75 Skirts $5.75 $16.50 Skirts $7.50
Seat and Persian Jackets
Plain and trimmed, only one of a kind, ^--4. nI^/*-
forthissale, at.... Cllt HriCCS
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FRESH ARTICHOKES.
Sweet Potatoes, 10 lbs, 25c.
Cranberries, fancy, per qt, 9c.
Grape Fruit, large Floridas, each, 10c.
Florida Oranges, per doz, 28c.
Fancy Cooking Apples, per peck, 25c.
New Mixed Nuts, per ib, 15c.
New Shelled Almonds, per lb, 38c.
Jordan Shelled Almonds, per lb, 45c.
Black "Walnuts, per peck, 40c.
New Dates, per lb, 5c.
New California Figs, per lb. 9c.
Cleaned Currants, 1 lb pkg, 8c.
Seeded Raisins, 1-lb pkg, 10c.
New Citron, per lb, 13c.
Maple Sugar, per lb, 10c.
High Novelties
Pickwick Blend Mocha & Java
Coffee, per lb, 27c.
Monte Carlo Coats and Fancy Blouse Jackets, in black, blue
a*Qd tan, only one of a kind and size, former prices f JL ^
$40to$75 to close. yg-Oll
Long Dress Skirts.
Our entire line, our best skirts, some with silk linings J / ^
others without, former prices $12.50 to $40 to close ALL Oil
Walking Skirts.
Our entire line, some new ones just received this f /. ^^-C-C
week, former prices $7.50 to $15 to close. /** Oil
Ladies9
Fancy Waists, in Silks and Satins, odds and I / ~ f .f
ends, to close /% Oil
Canvas, Vostings Cloths, and fancy Cotton I/L ~f
Shirt Waists, broken sizes and odd lots, to close y^J Oil
Silk Underskirts
Family Blend, Mocha and Java Coffee,
per lb, 20c.
Choice Roasted Rio Coffee, per lb, 12c.
Ceylon Tea, 75c quality, per lb, 42c 5-
lb lots, 37c.
FAIRBANKS' SOAP, 10 BARS 19c.
"Washing Soda, 8 lbs, 10c.
"Witch Hazel, quarts, 28c.
Packer's Tar Soap, per box, 50c.
Clothes Pins, 7 dozen, 5c.
French Sardines, large 35c tins,
per can, 24c.
Salmon Steak, flat cans, lie.
Sweet Corn, per can, 8c.
Bartlett Pears, 3-lb cans, 10c.
Gallon Rhubarb, per can, 20c.
Gallon Peeled Peaches, per can, 38c.
Prompt Hall Order Serrice. Silk Headquarters of the NoTthmtk
'The Recosrnlred Fashion Leaders in Cloaks and Costume*
Our Great Annual
Starts Monday, Dec 8th,
at 9:30 o'clook.
Wait tor fha Greatest Silk Event ever held in the North-
west. Including many Wonderful Bargains,
Scoured from the Auction Sale of -
Forty-inch Coats, %.fitted back, one of a size, former / Ac
prices from 815 to #37.50 to close at V J Oil
THE ASHLEY A BAILEY CO.'S ,
, entire stock, held in New York, Nov. 20. . -.
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SUIT DEPARTMENT.
NtGOLLET AV. AND FIFTH ST.
Waists
and Fitting will be charged at cost.
Sixth and Robert Streets, St. Paul,.Mini
All gnu'.cs, slsses and prices to salt' all tastes. A more approprlate'or
acceptable Christinas present cannot be imagined, and a selection can
be made to fit most any purse. We sell diamonds as cheap as it is
possible to sell them. Why pay more? Money loaned on diamonds.
HOUSE ESTABLISHED IN 1S75.
! $12.50 Skirts $7.50
Port Wine, 5 years old, absolutely
pure, per gal., $1.00.
Burgundy, a rich dinner wine, per gal.
$1.25/
$2.25 White Tokay, per gallon, $1.85.
$3.00 Prado Sherry, per gallon, $1.85.
$1.00 Blackberry Brandy, per gallon, 70c
Sherwood, Maryland's famous Rye
Whiskey, full quart bottles, $1.00.
Iler's Malt Whiskey, per bottle, 70c.
Duffy's Malt Whiskey, per bottle, 87c
Small lot of the Insurance Salvage
Stock to close out.
India Pale Ale, per dozen, $1.32.
French White Burgundy, per bottle, 26c
Arrac, Svenska, Militair Punch, Bokers.
Bonnekamp or Pepsin Bitters, Lau
benheimer Rhine Wine, all worth
$1.00 each 54c.
$1.25 Creme de Menthe, 67c.
Chickens, Geese and Turkeys.
Spring Lamb Leg, per lb, 12c. .
Mutton Leg, choice, per lb, 9c.
Mutton "Chop Loin, per lb, 12%c.
Pot Roast Beef or Veal Stew, per lb, 7 c
Lamb Stew, 5 lbs, 25c.
Lamb Tongues and Hearts, 5 for 10c
Little Pig Pork Loin, per lb, 10c.
Rib Roast Beef, per Ib, 10c to 12%c.
Pork Tenderloin, per lb, 18c.
Corned Beef, any cut, per lb, 7c
Sirloin Steak, per lb, 12%c. y
SWIFTS BROOKFIELD FARM SAUSAGE.
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