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Most .' :" Sensible Gift Suggestions At 2^)C Hundreds of dozens to select fromdainty and ~*J** distinctive styles, French linen, hand-embroidered, initialed, dainty colored rolled -edge also large assortment of Swiss embroidered handkerchiefs. . . . ..... Other excellent values at 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50. Dainty French Neckwear , Everything pertaining to correct neckdressiug. Open Work Fancy Stocks Plaid Turban Stocks Irish Lace Stock Tailor-Made Stocks Fancy Jeweled Stocks . , Crepe de Chine Stocks. Dainty Turn-Over Sets V * - - . 50c, 85c, $1.00, $1.25, $2.00, $3.50 to $5.00. Exquisite Negligee Direct from pur French makersmost artistic effects, crepe' de chine, Japanese silk, albatross and fancy effects. Full length Gowns Matinee Effects Evening Garments Our entire line of evening and carriage garments at January Price3: $250.00 Garments now $125.00 $136.00 and $125.00 Garments now $75.00 $100.00 and $85.00 Garments now $50.00 $75.00 and $70.00 Garments now $45.00 - $65.00 and $60.00 Garments now $35.00 . $55.00 and $50.00 Garments now $30.00 HOLIDAY EXCURSION Rates Via the ST. PAU L RV. Eastern Canada, Northern Mew York and New England states. .'.* , On sale Dec. 12-22. Return limit Jan. 12, 1908. AH Tickets Good on the PIONKER LIMITED. For particulars call on C. R. LEWIS, City Ticket Agent, 328 Nicollet Av. HOTEL REDONM, "SffiSr*' HOTEL ARCADIA, More sunshine and amusamomts at theae Hotels than any winter resorts in (Jali- iSWdBS^ A.D.Wright,Pro. &- | Journal want ads bring best results. | I One cent a word. | S Just a Few More Days Left to Sit for , Your Christinas Mciures. Even though it is late.we have extra fafct' v - facilities for turning out extra fine portraits1 on short notice. -\ - ,-. Remember, SUN or \SHINE, we can - make the sitting. Step in any moment and ' v make an appointment or it you prefer, come . all prepared, you wont have to wait long. ' Studio, 427 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn, If in doubt what to select for substantial and appropriate Christmas Gifts, visit our store. Mahogany Slipper Chairs Mahogany Easy Chairs Weathered Oak Chairs Rattan-Easy Chairs Ladies' Work Tables Gentlemen's Smoking Cabinets * Mahogany Parlor Tables ' . Mahogany Library' -' Tables . Thousands of small useful gifts such as INDIA FANS, PIPE RACKS, SHORING SETS LANTERNS, ETC. Santa Monica, C*l.by theses CHRISTMAS GIFTS..*.. MOORE & SCRIVER, J^Li S3 to $18 SIO to $55 S3toS30 S6 to $16.50 SIO to $30 $1 to $20 $20.00, $22.50, $27.50 to $50:00. S6 to $38 56 to $75 Busy Days These. Handkerchiefs Daintiest of gifts.A most , beautiful .selection of French embroidered Handkerchiefs, from 25c to $40.00. . $5.75, $6.75, $7.50 and $10.00. Order in advance and get -your boxes prettily packed. Both Phones. ^ 36 So* 3th Street, BRANCH NO. 3 -Nicollet House Blk, -S Weathered Oak Library Tables . Mahogany Pedestals Brass Beds Oval Gold Mirrors ... ..., Ladies Writing Desks Kusslan Brass Jardinlers ...... Oriental Rugs. . .... Syndicate Block* This coupon and Buys a Sterling Silver or real French Ebony Nail File. Tooth Brush. Nail Brush. Paper Knife. Ink Eraser, etc' FISK Following In the wake of the gun metal tafft tas and satins of this summer come the gnu metal kid, gloves, which have .in their favor the fact that they are fully -as serviceable as black, and harmonize well with any of the new cloth shades.,- and are shown as the correct glore lor afternoon wear. Garland's Candies 25c JEWELER, Nioellet Hotel. GUN-METAL KID GLOVES. Will Not Hurt the Baby. Will Satisfy Your Best Girl. Will Make a Suitable Xmas Gift. Are Eaten by Our Best People. WE D A T THIRST Pretty Wedding of Miss Evelyn Douglas and Neale Murray The Bridegroom's Home Is Bowling Last Evening. Green, Ky., Where Couple The wedding: of Miss Evelyn Douglas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry !?- Doug las, and Nc-ale Murray of Bowling 'G'vee'n. Ky.., took place last evening at the West Hotel. The decorations were charming and were all in green and pink. The rer ception hall leading to the ordinary was screened hall with palms hung-with south -ern smilax whilo the alcove was trans formed into a bower of green with Golden Gate roses nestling in the foliage. The clubroom was vivid- with poinsst.ta blos soms and red tapers on the table and the walls were garlanded with smtlax. Hamlin Hunt and Carl Reidelsberger played the bridal music and a short pro gram preceded the "Lohengrin"' chorus. Miss Marion Douglas was her sister's only attendant. She' wore white - crepe de chine inset -with lace - over pink silk and carried Golden Gate - roses. The bride's gown w as of white liberty satin fashioned with point-lace. She wore-a veil and carried white violets and orchids. The service ws read by Rev. John K. Bushhell and Mr. Douglas gave his daugh ter' in marriage. The best man wa's T. Owsley of Bowling Green. - At the informal reception which fol lowed the bridal couple w as assisted in receiving by Mr. and Mrs. Douglas and Mrs. Eli H. Murray, the bridegroom's mother, and Mrs. John Douglas", the bride's grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Murray left on the lute train for a wedding trip after which rhey wijl. make their home in Bowling Green. ,.'.* ' *- * S7 to S40 $7.10 to $18 $18 to S8S $5 to $28 $11 to $60 SSto20 ST.50up i f ai A charming affair of the day was the .card party'given by Mrs. Edwin G. Potter at' her home oil Colfax avenue S. The decorations were in red and green an .the...walls and doorways were hung with southern smilax. Clusters of poinsetta blossoms and roses furnished gay touches of color among the green and .the lights were shaded in red. Ten tables of six band euchre, were played/. Mrs. Pott er w as assisted by Mrs. C. C. \V"yman Jl L. Tracy and E. E. Osborne. ... * This evening Mr., and Mrs. Potter will entertain about the same numberr'bl jxien" and women at cards. - _ - . - Mrs. D.- W, Lane gave the first of. a series of three card parties this afternoon at her home on .Aldrich avenue S. Holly was arrang ed through the rooms in pro fusion and red carnations added to the' pretty effect. Six-hand euchre w as played and the score cards were dainty Japanese fans. About fifty women were present. Mrs. Lane will entertain -tp-moi row and Saturday afternoons. - . \ Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Gillette will celebrate their silver wedding " anniversary this evening by entertaining seventy-five friends at their home, 712 Fifth street SE. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Washburn have is ued invitations -for a dancing party to be given Wednesday evening, Dec. 31, at Fair Oaks. Mrs. A. C. Loririg of Clifton avenue will give a dancing' party Saturday evening, Dec. 27, for her daughter Harriet. M''- and Mrs. Carlo Fischer will* be the guests of honor at a. musicaie.which Dr. and Mrs. E. V. Appleby of Summit "ave nue, St. Paul, will give Tuesday evening. Jan. 6. After the program, in which both Mr. and Mrs. Fischer will take part, there Will be cards. ' . . Mrs. PI J. McSherry. will entertain at cards Saturday evening at her home, 1605 Ea st .Twenty-fourth street. . - . j Mrs. J. G. Warner and Mrs. Persons of Chicago avenue entertained Tuesday aft ernoon for Mrs. Belle - Sherwood of Aus tin. Minn. Holly and greens-were the dec orations. The guests numbered twenty and all .of them formerly resided in Austin. 1 Will Reside. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. . Miss Orace Newhart will return fro.ro Welles ley college for the holidays. " Miss Frances Howe', of "New" Yoplc, wUl ar rive Monday to visit Mrs. Charles Cas*. The Buen Ticmpo Club will meet with Mrs. Fred Kimball, 3013 Bmei son avenue H. to-morrow evening. Mrs. W. J. Motilfon and sons, of D.. arc holiday guests of Mr.: Moulton. Mrs. William J. Underwood, of Chicago, will spend Sunday with Mrs. S.' K. Curtiss, of the Loring. . . . .. ..Mrs. lna Johnston, of 3332 Portland-avenue, .will entertain the Ideal Euehre Club to-morrow afternoon. Mr. aiid Mrs. F. X, Bursell and iittle son, of Clearwater, are with Mrs. George' W. Smith for the holidays. Mrs. Joseph Harrington left this morning'for Chicago to join her husband, who has been there the past week. Curtis. W. Iiinrlley. who has been touring with a dramatic company, is the guest of his mother at 10 Seventh street S. Mrs. Herman Galinsky. of Sioux City,- Iowa. Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Celia H. Cohen, of 41o E Fourteenth street. The members of Company- B." First-regiment. X. G. .6. M., will-give an informal dancing party In Johnson hall this evening. Miss Blanch H. Wells will return froiu Wln dom. Minn., to-morrow evening to spend two weeks at her home on Stevens avenue. . The pupils of ,T. G. Purple's' Bible class, of Wesley church, will have an old-fa-shioned- social .to-morrow, evening in the church" parlors. - ' Mrs. Crosby' Hojp and daughter. Kathleen, have returned from Kansas City, where they spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Harold Dickson. Northwestern people at Xew York-hotels are as follows: .MinneapolisAshland, t,. Moodv Holland,' A. W. Morrison. DuluthImperial. .1. II. Barnes. Fargo, N. D.Barthbldl, J. B. Funette: " ' " Mr. and Mrs. Crosby" Hopp's entertained the Sylvia Choral Club last evening in their apart ments in the Marlborough. JfUsic and Christ mas games -pere supper European trip. The announcement of the mar riage will be a surprise to the maiiy friends of the bride, who knew nothing of her approach ing marriage. Miss Stubergh hastnade her home with Mr. and Mrs. J'. H. Hagrnan for tne past five years. ' - .-.- V-- "' th.e w as served . " ' --- A Tery pretty affair was the "Feast'-of Seven Tables," given by Star of-the Eat hive. li. O. T. M.: Monday evening. The- various tables were presided over by Mmes. George W. Smith, A. J. Kline. Frank Dazell, Fletcher, Truesdale, Kelly and Erlckson. .- :- Miss Laura O. Stubergh and Arthur M. Wal lers, of New 1'ork. were married in Elgin, ill.: last Thursday. They will make their home in _ New York after their return from an extended Furs and Fur Garments. -Best at The Plymouth Clothing: House. PURE I00D WORK The Subject of Commissioner McConrreH's - - Address at the Salesmen's . - ""- Food Bazaar. ''-."--- .- W. W. P. McGonnell, state dairy * and food commissioner,, in an -address at the. Food Bazaar in the Goodfellow block yes-^ terday, told of the work which, the.,com-- mission is doing- -to -guard the public against adulterated foods! -":Of .the i7,000 samples inspected.by the,commission .last, year -25 per. cent were, adulterjfted-. .Forty per cent of the spices inspected' Were in the same class,, but a great improvement had been noted in that class 6f goods in the last six months, when only 16 per cent had been adulterated . The management - of -the., bazaar, has decided to,keepVthe. exhibit open "evenings jjf this week. f #lfei , Wright Wrens. No'wini-S#r Wright's old-fashioned.. buckwheat .Soar. lit). pure l Kargo.. and MrS. G F . amusements s ~ V . 1" .,-.., g^CLUBS %of X. and- a-n- oyster r * A-,^Jp*% FRIDAY^ * K$hth Ward W. C. T. .IT.. Mra,\Sweet, 3233Flrs avenhe S, 2:3,(h,p, TO. .",* .. : Mothers' lieagiie, Mrs'.' &cofleidr' "2700 .BlaisdelHavenue, 3 o'cibek^' / .Travelers', ,Mrs. \v.. V. rHarmon,'' 1906 Penn aysnue,.luncheon,'4:2 :io,' review, aft ernoon*. \ ,.,V . " - Riverside kmdergarteh, Christmas cele bration. Riverside chapel, 2:30 p. m. . Pathfinders' Literary club, Mrs. Spof iprd, 3209 Portland avenue, 2:30 p. m. , Ladles' Thursday Musicaie. 'j There, w as hot quite,tfcp usual aXtenfl ance at the Ladies'' Thursday Musicals this morning, and Christmas preparations kept many women away. The program was a miscellaneous one and was heard with great enjoyment. Miss Margaret Drew gave Schumann's Concerto, Op. 5t, with.Mrs. Charles Donnelly* at the second piano. Mrs. JE. W. French sang a group solos and Miss- Gertrude -Louise Half gave four compositions of her teacher in Italy. Luigi Vannuccini. A guest of the jnornl ng was. Mrs. M. O. Graves of St Paul, who sang an aria by, Massenet, ."Herodiade."- Miss Lilian Lawhead. a new member, and Miss Margaret Petterson, played pia.no numbers^ One bf the inter esting features, of the program was the Mendelssohn Symphony. No., 3. for piano violin, and 'cello. The Misses Blanche Strong and Eulalie Chenevert were at the piano and Carlo Fischer "and F. M. Chris tiansen played the stringe^ instruments. . In her announcements. ' Mrs. Rickci spoke o.f the vacation,winch the club will take during the holidays..^ The next meet ing will not be hejd until three weeks from to-day. when kiss Edith Abell will give an illustrated talk on "The Opera" in place of the regular'-program. Miss Abeil has sung in many of the famous opei-as under well-known conductors ^and enjoyed the " friendship of some of * the world-renowned composers, "so -that hei talk will, be worth hearing.- . The recital to be given by Miss Celestla Bellair*. the young violinist, in St. Paul Monday eve ning, was announced. The business meet ing has been postponed* for one week on account of. the holidays, and will be held at the- studio Monday, Dec. 29. AND CHARITIES:, c W. H. M. S. of Plymouth Church The Woman's Home Missionary society of Plymouth chureh.^met- yesterday after noon with Mrs. S. -H.' Woodworth on First aven ue S. Mrs. George'Basc'orn of North Dakota, who is the guegt ~of Mrs. J. A. Crosby of Lyndale avenufelS, gave an in teresting talk on her life^a^ the wife of a home missionary. Mrs. 'J3 ~J&..Gale report ed the. current events &M isjlrs. G. T. In gersoll read a letter fromf Mlss McKenzie of Elbow Lake. S. T: -$ohn N. Crosby sang three delightfulsolosT' -k A social hour followed and Mrs. Cushman and Miss Cusfhman 'presided in the dining room .where a small orange tree, laden with fruit,- formed the center piece. l"b Calendar . Eighth Ward W. C. T. U. Crusade da.y will, be observed to-morrow at the meeting of the Eighth W'ard'W. T. C. U. at the home of Mrs. Sweet. 3233 First avenue S. Domestic science will also be studied and the department of social meet ings will present its report. A NEW 0LE0 DODGE Deeply Colored Butter Being Used to Mix " With the Imitation .s - * . . . Product. " According to officials, of the state dairy and food department, qleo manufacturers have found a hew-way."-to They are contacting ifor the. entire out put of creameries and* insisting that the butter they .receive shall be' colored a very deep.yellow. ..This pern^fts a large quan tity bf- uncolored oleo tc--be, mix^d -with the. butter,, arid the mjsed product* stl retains the delicate, stijirtirtt required by law. " * M " Soo Llne:Hollday Rates One Fare for the -round trip to pointy in eastern Canada. ^hy not go back east, spend Christmas arid take advantage of the very low rate? Tickets on sale Dec. 17 to 20. Get Christmas booklets, etc., at- the ticket office, 119 Third street 9. At "Plymouth Corner.1' in-Hand, Imperial and Teck shapes neckties that are made from regular 50c silks, in this season's styles and qualities plain shades, stripes and checked patterns, regular 50c qualities of silk, 25c. BOYS' $1.00 ALL WOOL SWEATER 50cOf all bits of wear- ing apparel for boys a sweater will appeal to them the most as a Christmas present. We have about 100 that were secured at an unusually low price and will give you the benefit. They are plain blue and black body with a fancy stripe neck and wrist are, in fact, regular $1 sweaters, at 50c. . MElSrS $1 VEST AT 25c. Just 212 of these odd vests remain' from the lot of 1.000 which we secured at a great reduction and sold at 50c. There are sizes from 34 to 37 arid some extra sizes/from.44 to'50. To-morrow we v Men Clothing.. Boys' Clothing. Hats and Caps, ^urniptiings. "Shoes.."' Trunks and Bags. close ..this lot" at considerably less. . - than manufacturer's cost, 25c. MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS, 10c plain or fancy bordered, narrow or wide hem. all are fast colors and im ported cloth, regular 15c handker .chiefs 10c. ": MEN'S'75c SUSPENDERS 35c Pure :"sflk .elastic.web suspenders each pair put up irr . ribbon" a very nice' Christmas gift for any-man, 35c-_:. .:- .. r - the.ears, plain colons and assorted'patterns, 25c. - . . \ 75c CAES,'50cMen's winter caps, Brighton and golf styles, double band pull-down over the ears extjabrclinary yalutf'at.SOc. - ..-....- MEN'S CAPS, styles in plain and fancy matures inside fur,-lined band, $1. i ftats .flowers,' fancy, feathers, Ostrich tips, way below cost. Children's.and misses' hats at 25c for Friday and Saturday. :^^ : a fancy box tied with silk -.r~ Winter Caps* 25c. 50C--CAPS, 25c^-Eojsr til?f$1All -Mil#*iery Sale?t.--.?% ^ ^ ^ ^ " ^ riThe Plymouth Clothing Hous^pSixth and Nicollet, *--,- },: : 1 W - evade the law Our Basement Salesroom for Inexpensive Christrxvas Gifts. warm winter caps, golf styje, inside pull-down band over L., The flat hat with brim bound with self material in another tone or else with another kind of goods is a very smart style. A particularly fashionable" combi- nation is felt with' velvet bindings as shown in the illustration. The hat is of white felt with the stylish bur nt orange velvet ribbon as? a binding. It is elab- orately trimmed with lace put on in a scarf-like effect and with the ostrich plume. - THE APOLLO CONCERT The first Apollo club concert of the sea son had an audience that "crowded the Lyceum theater last night, and numbered in its ranks the leaders of fashion and culture. Handsome costumes were the rule and the house presented a brilliant picture. The favor of the audience was readily apparent to the club and the solo ists, and they were inspired to do their best. The occasion gave gratifying evidence of a new- era musically in the club. The new director, H, S. Woodruff, made his first appearance with the club and the program reflected credit both upon him and upon the chorus. The program was made up of bright and attractive melodies, several of which have long enjoyed pop ular favor. Incidental solos were Sung by P. V. Ayers, H. J. Stevens and Walter P. Smith. The .principal club number w as "The Farewell of Hiawatha," by Foote, sung with excellent expression and feel ing. Mr. Stevens sang the solo part with simplicity and feeling. The program opened with Grieg's "Land Sighting," sung with much spirit. An old Jacobite song, "Swords'Out for Char- lie." was an interesting number. Schu bert's "Serenade" was sung with deli cate feeling and the jovial satire in "Idle Dreams" -was skilfully suggested. Marked favor w as shown to Mile. Zelie d e Lussan. and Angelq Fronani, the piano soloist.. w as very well received.- Mile, de Lussan's dazzling aud coquettish a rt never fails to captivate an audience and she scored.a triumph' in her showy and dra matic numbers, which included the waltz song from "I-a Boheme," the "Habanera" and "Tarentelle" from "Carmen," and "L P, Paloma." These were delightful in spite of the keenly felt IaGk of-an orches tra and dramatic settings and action. The TRIMMED FLAT EFFECT HAT OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS. There are many wonderful gifts displayed in our basement salesroom. Being very useful they will be greatly appreciated by their recipients. All are greatly underpriced. Christmas Sale of JVecKf tuear, 2.5c. Every Tie is 50c quality. Probably the most common and yet the most appreciated of all gifts to men is a well chosen bit of neck wear. Tomorrow we offer an un usually large assortment considerably underpriced. They come in Four- MEN'S 50c UNDERWEAR, 35c, Heavy fleece lined shirts and drawers in eefu and ,-blue (mixed shades) un derwear that is very - warm and non-. shrinking. 50 cent garments, 35c. * MEN'S WOOL SOCKS, 12%c' These socks come in different shades of blue with white heel and toe, are very warm and durable and worth 25c, now only 12%c. BOYS* 50c KNEE PANTS, 25c. An other clean up of these excellent gar ments. There are cassimeres, chev ioty and a few corduroy and plenty of blues and dark colors. All have taped seams and patent waistbands: They are" surely excellent garmen ts to give the boy for Xmas. : DECEMBER 18/ 1902.F singer rose Paloma" and w as brought back repeated ly by storms of applause.'-'.She was dis tinctly pleased with her audience and graciously added several encores to her program .- Mile, de Lussan is not a great artist in a musical sense. She 1s- gifted with-a-voice". This voice she uses with ever-varying method to produce the dramatic effects that suggest themselves to her histrionic sense. The results are effective for the unthinking, but disap pointing to those who like to hear the songs of the masters interpreted simply as music. Her high notes are badly ma de and her sustained tones are frequently of unmusical quality. It is in the del icate presto passages, sueh as abound in compositions of Spanish color that she excels. And. as has been said, her be witching coquetry proves as broad a' man tle as charjty to cover a. multitude of mu sical sins. MJie. de-Lussan's gown w as a marvel of blue thickly sprinkled with silver span gles, and sne wore numerous jewels. Her stage manner was as arch and coquettish as her songs and the audience seemed to enjoy greatly being very openly coquet ted with. Mr. Fronani accompanied Mile, de Lus san satisfactorily and played well Gluza now's "Caprice," and for an encore Sin ding's "Fruhlingsrauchen." vto Ko one knows better than those who have used Carter's Little Liver Pills what relief they have given- when .taken for dyspepsia, dizziness. pain in - the side constipation, and disordered stomach. In great variety and at reasonable prices. Special attention given to ladies who wish Christmas presents in our line. Cox & Harris, 400 First av S, 413 Nicollet av. (Established 1882.K her greatest-art in "La Smokers' Articles IBtacK. Clay Worsted Suits. 10 This style of Suits is a favorite present to an elderly man. It is always appreciated aad thoroughly suitable. These suits are hand tailored throughout have serge lining and satin sleeve lining. It is a regular $15 suit. . Basement salesroom, $10. $14 MEN'S OVERCOATS, $10They are all those Long and Fashionable Overcoats, in black, dark Oxfords'and a few fancy mix- tures. These garments have.sold for $14 and $15. A few have belts. It is a great chance to secure an overcoat at very small price. Holiday gifts for ladies and children in our basement salesroom. For Ladies Handsome Muslin Gowns, trimmed with lace embroidery-and' hemstitch ing, $1.5065c. . '- Corset Covers, dainty lace-and-.ein- broidery trimmed, .regular 65c gar ment, 35c. "- " . - ' -\ Handkerchiefs, ^lain hemstitclied, lace and embroidery edges, 25c quality, 15c, Handkerchiefs, lace - embroidery. and hems, 15c10c. 3 for 25c. . Lisle and Cotton Hose, stylish and pretty patterns, all colors, 50XJ quality, 19c. LADIES'.$1.00 FLANNELETTE WAISTS 35cThese are ex- cellent waistsifor house wear, being soft and comfortable and not easily soiled. All are cut in the latest style and are thoroughly new and up-to-date. A large assortment of colors. They are priced con- siderably below manufacturers' cost. Trice 35c. " ' - 25 DOZEN FLANNELETTE WRAP- PERS. WORTH n.25, AT 50cMade with full skhlt. lined to waist, ruffle oyer shoulder, fine house ..gown, . for only 5Qc. WALKING" SKIRTS, $1.00Just to make it lively Friday, we will offer a Walking Skirt worth $1175 for $1, made of melton cloth, kilt style, good hang ing skirt. If youtre not early you will not get one. Just think, a good skirt at $1.00. . ..,-.,. rather an actress WOMEN'S FURNISHINGS, A STUDIO EXHIBITION Work of Miss Ella M. Beede Shown at Re* v.v ception at Hr New ^- ^ '.-/- Studio^ , v Misre 'Etta -BL Beede gave a^studio ex hibition and recepflon at her pretty new studio in the Medical Block tnfs afternoon. Miss Bepde was in New.Tork until late in the season and in consequence her ex hibition of-decorated china is smaller than usual but has some new features that are of special interst. Several pieces in the new lustre decoration are a close repro duction of an old fashioned kind of pottery that had & great vogue in its day and good pieces are still among the choicest treas ures of old china closets. The new decor ation has the deep Vich color and high glaze of the old ware. Miss Beede has a creamer and sugar in two of the prettiest o^ the new shades that nave v. slender lightness of effect. The body of each piece is, lustrcus black with a border ar rangement of conventionalized buds whqse stems reach to the bottom. -Refined color and exquisite tas te mark all of Miss Beede's work and her conven tionalized designs are among the best ideas in ceramic work. She trap oyes de signs in monotones freely with admirable effect, especially on steins and other pieces decorated with figures. Her handling of flowers is- delicate and beautiful and she showed a number of pieces in these old but perennially popular patterns. Mrs. L. D. Beede.had also on exhibition a number of her watercolor heads of pretty girls in smart frocks with dainty flowers, rlbbone and other very feminine frippery. The furnishings of the studio are very attractive and include a number of inter esting pieces of old furniture and bric-a brac. Russian tea was served by Mmes. H. A. Barnes. Jean Mitchell Lawrence, and Beede and Miss Lewis. FOR LOYAL WOMEN Judge H. G. Hicks on a Committee to Plan a Memorial. Judge Henry G. Hicks of Minneapolis has received official notification of his appointment on the committee for the erection of a monument to the loyal women of America.' The proposition to erect such a shaft to the women who were of such heroic assistance to tne nation on southern battlefields and in the hospitals took definite shape at the recent Grand Army encampment at Washington. Judge Hicks has acknowledged receipt of his notification, and has asked the adjutant general of the Grand Army for additional information. He is of the opin ion that Washington would probably be the best location for such a shaft, because of its historic associations, the fact that It is the capital of the United States and because it is the most beautiful city in the world. "It is certainly high time," said Judge Hicks, "that the services rendered this country by its noble women during the dark days of the war, at home, in the hospitals and on the battlefields should be commemorated in that way. I don't know that any way of raising the money has yet been proposed. Probably the best way to secure the desired amount would be through individual subscriptions." Other members of the committee are Washington Gardner. Albion, Mich. W . C. Johnson, Cincinnati S. S. Burdelt, Washington Newton Hacker. Jonesboro, Tenn. Johrr E . Gilman. Roxbury, Mass. E. B. Gray, Madison, Wis. GREENERY FOR THE TABLE. A pretty bit of greenery can be had for the dining-room table by getting a small open willow basket (a school child's lunch basket will do nicely), line It with florists' mofs, fill with rich loam, and plant In It the curly-leafed Tarlety of cress seed. Keep It on a sunny shelf, says Good Housekeeping, turning it daily to make it even all around, and the basket soon becomes a mass of feathery green. When the basket gets dry, it Is plunged into a pan of tepid water. Keep it eTenly trimmed, the primings helping-to garnish a dish or furnish a dainty salad. FAD FOR FRENCH FANS. Dainty little round fans of black gauze ars decorated In hand-painted flowers and mounted with brass frames and handles after French models. In place of the Japanese designs which have been used so long for that purpose. A fad of the moment is to tie them together with small ribbon bows and use them as lamp shades for the colonial brass lamps, or to hang in windows as transparencies. Sixtk and Nicollet T 8 9 - Heavy, double Mittens for snowball ing, 25c quality. 15c. Children's heavy 2x1 Ribbed Hose, double knee, heel and toe, 20c quality, 10c Children's heavy 4x1 Ribbed Hose, tan and" black, We' qualityv 7c 4 for '25c. ' ' Children's fine plain. and fancy Handkerchiefs lace and embroidered edges, 10c quality, 5c 6 for 25c. Children's School Handkerchiefs, plain and fancy, 2c 3 for 5c. Cloaks and Wraps. Furs. Millinery- Custom Tailoring. Shirt Tailoring. , Basement Salesroom. 10 .13 U For Children In Basement, : TAILOR-^KADE SUITS, $15 VAL- UES, FOR $5All colors In some sizes, it may be "yours Venetian, serge',' homespun and cheviot cloths a bar gain at.$5.v.. J , . - "I,_ The best Jacket bargains in Minne apolis are here. - .JSTo such values in the northwest. Fine Kersey Coats, lined throughout, have storm or coat collar. $12 Coats "at $7.75 $10 for $6.75 ^$6.60 for $3-75. .' - \'3SS5S?.''A8*& "jfe^-j--. j&-- i*-Xl3 ~1 : I 1 ! I : f 'li" * l