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it Women,",Says Mrs. Brown. PAINE'S CELERY^COMPOUN D Tones and Strengthens Every Weak Organ and Invigorates the G : .Whole System. Paine's Celery Compound has been spe cially prepared for the relief and cure of the many ailments that afflict women, and it never fails to give a new and healthy tone to the female organs It re moves relaxed debility and unhealthy ser cretions it purifies the blood and estab lishes a perfect and vigorous health. Mrs. V. L.. Brown. Vlneland, Cal., writes as follows: LACE CURTAINS, LIBRARY TABLES AND PARLOR FURNITURE 10 to 2 0 per cent Discoun t , All Remnants and Short Lengths of Upholstery Goods, Half-Price. Our Original Prices ara tha LOWEST in the city. MOORE & SCRIVER, ' A SKIN OP BEAUTY 13 A JOY FOREVER '- DB. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL CREAM, OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER " Removes Tan. Pimples, Freckles. MH ptcbes, Kaah,ni Skin die? ' every blemish on baanty. afsorniai* Peaches Sear1^ia.eva.porated:......Sc Apricots SSrla' Bulla* at Valley Creamery, best 01 t(\ Dill IVI made, per jar VlilU Lar d Sir. 10 c H!iua All direct importation $ 1 4 C UHVe VII full 1/2-gal. bottle WIe3 Pi0k.es ieScumber: Olives SSt8ize.?ueer:.pe.r.s, Salad Dressing SStfci- 88c Salmon Steak 4na8k White Port jSsr..~ $1.60 - AMIAH BAW4 Small sample bottle free Dai ion rOii Per quart bee. 33c. ( e n THTTHSDA Y EVENING,"i^'rf* "Four years ago female troubles and irregularities commenced to make my life miserable. Though I sought the best med ical advice, my sufferings seemed to in crease, and recently, upon the advice of a friend, I used Paine's Celery Compound, and'found it'to be a wonder-working com pound. I have used Ave bottles and oan truthfully say I am a new woman. I owe my life and present good health to Paine's Celery. Compound." 711 and 713 Nicollet Ave. MISS SCHEID HAS bought out the WEST HOTEL HAIR. PAR- LORS, 5 10 Hennepin Ave., and begs to an- nounce that she is prepared to do all kinds of Hair work, Manicuring, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Face Massage, and Shampooing. She has the best talent the city affords in manicuring and massage. She has closed a contract with Mrs. Henderson, a famous face specialist of New York City, who will be here tomor- row to take charge of this department I ' Bonraud's Cream' , as the leaatharmfal ol jpBome.on nil the Skin prepara- tions." For sale 67 all Brnccists and Fancy Goods Dealers In tha _ , Cenadas, and Europe. fERD.T. HOPKINS, Prop'r, 37 Great Jones SL.N.Y. Pineapples 2S&f S& SI Dates SEft..: 5 Prunes QJt?em&s%asSl%, LAKE MINNET0NKA Miss Myrtle Eichhorn spent several days with Miss Elsie Eichhorn at Linwood. Mrs. George Leathers of Hopkins has been a guest of Mrs. E. R. Perkins this week. Mrs. J. W. Dreprer was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Arthur .Strerael, over Sunday at Linwood. . The Misses Passmore are spending a few days in Faribault, rttending commencement exercises at St. Mary's. Albert Hausman and family have arrived from St. Louis and inre in their cottage on the lake .front at Excelsior for the summer. Mrs. V. G. Reel has returned from St. Louis, where, she Jived ,duxlng-tie^tyiltr and^fe her Chrtsrmasvmker M and defiesdetection. It ihss stood the test ol b& years, and Is so barm* 'less we tsste It to b euro it Is properly mado. Accept no counterfeit of slmtUr name. Dr. L. A. Say- re said to a, ltd of tha haut-ton (a patient)] "As yon ladleswlll nsb them, I recommend ...23e c Per gallon fiOll Celery Srpo"nd:.$1.bo.t:, Duffy's Malt r^ Port Wine 2ff&SSS??!...SI.OO 9e 32s 22e Beans^3:.fivebun.che CLUBS AND CHARITIES nz's :. CLUB CALENDAR. a pe r Mustard Sardines2:lb-3 SET. Te Baked 13s FRIDAT The Mary Latlnop W. C. T. U., Mrs. S. N. French, 1312 W Lake street, 2:30. The Hobart W. C. T. U., Mrs. E. M. Norton, 1G29 Fourth street SE, 3. The Willard W. C. T. U., Mrs. J. J. Ellis, 2929 Harmon avenue S. W. C. A. board of directors, 9:30, association meeting at 10 o'clock: 409 Sixth street S. . 121* Radishes forresh Tomatoes Sut?:.per.... Cucumbers S 4c I alJiiaa%am Good size bunches, 6 E LGTIUGQ bunches..... .06 Sc I2e D. A. R. FLAG DAY CELEBRATION. Minneapolis chapter. D. A. R., will celebrate Flag day at the home of Mrs. H. H. Weeks, 2010 Nineteenth avenue NE, Saturday afternoon. A bus will connect with the Eighth and Central cars. perbot Fresh Lake Superior Trout or White Fish, per lb He Breakfast Mackerel, good size, each Halibut Steak, per lb He Salmon steak, per lb 18c Mits of Michner Herring 65c Kegs Holland Herring .. $1.00 Large Box Herring 22c Sardellans, pe lb 40c Used by people of refinement for over a quarter of a century :8 8e Dr.r Lyon's" PERFECT Tooth Powder PREPARED BY Imperial HairRegenerator The Standard Hair Coloring for Gray or Bleached Hair, is a clean, durable and perfectly harmless Walr Coloring. Any natural shade. Leaving hair beautiful clean and gloeey.^ ONE APPLICATl6N LASTS MONTHS. Sample of hair colored, free. Privacy , assured. Send for Pamphlet. Imperial Chemical Mfg. Co.. 133 W 23rd st, N.I. gold by DUlin Drug Co.. 101 Wash, av S R. H. Uegener. 207 Nic. ar Feelr A Crocker. SI5 Nle. : 5 Journal want ads bring best results. ] One cent a word. j -I Sir Mirth is an almost in fallible sign of good health. A sick woman may force a smile or at times be moved to laugh ter. But when a woman is bubbling over with mirth and merriment she is surely a well woman. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has made thousands of melancholy and mis erable women cheerful and happy, by curing the painful womanly diseases which undermine a womanjs health and strength. It establishes regularity and so does away with monthly misery. It dries debilitating drains and so cures the cause of much womanly weakness. It heals inflammation and ulceration, and cures the bearing-down pains, which are such a source of suffering to sick women. "I-take great pleasure In recommending Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for female/Weak- ness," writes Mrs. Susannah Permenter, of Pauls Store, Shelby Co., Texas. I was troubled with bearing-down pains in my back and hips for six years, and I wrote to Doctor Pierce for advice. I tried his 'Favorite Prescription' and six bottles cured me. I feel like a new person and I thank Dr. Pierce for my health. Xife is a burden to any one without health. I have told a great many of my friends about the (Treat medicine r took." " - - Accept no substitute for "Favorite Prescription."^There is nothing *iust as good." -. ite' Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for the paper covered book, or 31 stamps for the cloth bound. Address Dr. B. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. - THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. Social Circles. A LARGE RECEPTION 1,- . -J w ., m: im& Mrs. Melvin Grimes Entertains for Friends Who * Are Visiting Her " " ^From California. . r Mrs. J. P. Galehouse and Mrs. H. H. Weeks Are Hostesses at a Large Card Party. - Mrs. Melvin Grimes of 2501 Fourth ave nue S. gave a large reception this after noon for Mrs. A. D. Griffith and Mrs. O. M. Mudgett of California, who are visit ing Mrs. Grimes and her mother. Mrs. G. W. Libbey, who received with' the hostess and the visiting guests. The house was transformed into a fragrant rose bower by means of a profusion of wild roses and ferns. Mrs. Levi B. Morrison and Miss Norma Kruger assisted thru the rooms and Miss Genevieve Washburn served frappe. The refreshment service In the dining-room was presided over by Mrs. S. M. Yale and Mrs. George Mc Allister, assisted by a group of young girls, including Misses Edith Cook, Bertha Warner. Florence Manley and Gretchen Dlckover. -, Mrs. J. P. Galehouse and Mrs. K. H. Weeks were hostesses at a alarge card Weeks were hostesses at a large card Weeks. Hundreds of pink peonies lent their glowing color to the decoration of the entire house and all of the appoint ments were carried out in pink and green. Progressive euchre was played by sixty guests for handsome prizes of cut glass: and china. The refreshments Were served on the card tables. Assisting the host esses were Mrs. Charles Hail, St. Paul, Misses Stratton and Miss Edith Todd. Mr. and Mrs. John Dunwoody announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Hannah Dunwoody, to Fayette Bousfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Bousfleld. Miss Maybelle Darling and Arthur Dlnsmore Hale were married last evening at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. H. A. Darling, 1100 Hennepin avenue. A string orchestra played the "Lohengrin" processional, "Traumerai," while Dr. Shutter read the ceremony and afterwards the Mendelssohn march. The decora tions thruout the rooms were in white and greeYi, while a warm pink prevailed in the dining-room. The lights were pink shaded and a huge bouquet of pink peonies was used on the table as a cen terpiece. Miss Alice Darling, in green silk mull over white silk attended her sister as maid of honor she carried white peonies. William Hale was best man. Miss Darling wore white Persian lawn over white silk, all in tucks and trimmed with insertion. Bride roses were the flowers she carried. During the reception which followed the ceremony. Miss Ger trude Hale sang a group of songs. Mr. and Mrs. Hale left for a two weeks' wed ding tour. After July 1 they will be at home in Sandstone, Minn., where they will occupy a house built by Mr. Hale Mr. and Mrs. John A. Smith and J. Phil lips Kellar of Sandstone were the out-of town guests. The bridegroom is the eld est son of Postmaster W. D. Hale. At 8 o'clock last evening, at the Savage residence, 2116 Emerson avenue S, Rev. George Thomas read the service which made.Miss. Margaret Savage, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Savage, the bride of Henry J. Harvey^ a prominent grain man in the city. The groom awaited the bride before the deep window in the par lor, which ..had rhaen arranged with palrhf and ferns,:relieved by clusters' 6f peoriief and carnations. Little Dorothy George scattered rose petals in the path of the bride. While Miss Phelps .played the 'Lohengrin" chorus, Miss Savage entered with her father,, preceded by her sister, Mrs. Harvey, matron of honor. Mrs. Har- vey wore tan silk voile over silk with lace* applique and carried red roses. The bride's gown was exquisitely fashioned of sheer white silk mull, richly embroidered in'a design of marguerites and delicate vines over white silk. The trained skirt was finished with dainty ruffles and the waist had trimmings. The bride carried bride roses. "The Rosary" was played during the ceremony. The best man was Kingston Haegerty and ribbons were stretched by Harry Hae gerty and Fred Phelps. In the receiving party were Mr. and,Mrs. Savage, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey left on a two weeks' wedding tour, and upon their re turn will occupy the J. J. Ankeny cottage on Big Island. Mrs. Harvey's traveling gown was of blue whipcord with coat and hat. to match. tor'^f^-stimHier . i~ Mrs. J. Gaskiil has acquired property in "Min neapolis, and has .moved there to live. ' She has been a resident o& Excelsior for some time. The ladies of the Excelsior Congregational Church will hold their annual lawn fete Aug. 4 this year. /The. place., will be decided,, upon later. William Clap and wife arrived from their home in Kansas this week and are established in their cottage at ExcelHior. They report serious condi tions in the southwest resulting from the recent floods. Burt Burningame of the Pioneer Press and G. W. Deacon of The Minneapolis Journal were in Excelsior this morning arranging for quarters in which to spend the summer. These they found on St. Alt-ans bay. James C. Moody of Chicago has engaged apart ments in Andrew Petersons house at Excelsior, and will spend the summer at Minnetonka. The family arrived some time ago and have been so journing at the Sampson House. A. B. Merriam, proprietor of the Minnetonka boat works .at Tonka Bay. is constructing a fine thirty-two-foot yacht for his own use, which he hopes will be both speedy and graceful. The new boat will be launched in time for summer sail ing. Professor C. H. Booth, superintendent of the Excelsior schools, who has been chosen manager of the Excelsior Fruit Growers' Association, has been traveling thru the western part of the state and in South Dakota, and writes that Minne tonka strawberries are in great demand thruout that section of the country. Holy Trinity church was elaborately decorated with green last evening for the wedding of Miss Isabella Malmstedt and Harry Franklin Kennedy of Stevens Point, Wis., which took place at 8 o'clock. The church was filled with friends who wit nessed the ceremony, which was read by Rev. S. B. Purves. Mrs. ThOmes played a program of Improvised music, while the ushers, Bruer Malmstedt, Harold Whee ler, T. L. McLaughlin and Max Ellensteln of Stevens Point were seating the guests. Mrs. Burton of Chicago, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and wore pink sil* Paris mull over pink silk, and she carried a bouquet of maiden-hair ferns. Like the matron of honor, the bridesmaids, who were gowned In white, with delicate green sashes, carried the green ferns. The Misses Katherine Forrest, Jane '. Burnes and Margaret McCarren were the bride's attendants. The bride wore a gown of white liberty satin with a lace overdress. The bertha was real lace and her veil was fastened to her coiffure with orange blossoms. She was given away by Charles Malmstedt. Fifty guests were present at the recep tion, which was held at the, home of the bride's mother, on W Grant street. The parlors were in pink and white, while the color scheme of green and white was af fected with white peonies and smilax In the. dining-room. The guests were received by Mrs. Malmstedt and Mrs. O. Kennedy The Misses May Williams, Maud Derrick and Henrietta Seyfried assisted in the dining-room. Mr. Kennedy and his bride lefit for a trip on the great lakes. Thuj will make their home in Stevens Point Wis., after Aug. 1. The bride wore a traveling gown of brown oloth trimmed with ecru lace. The home of Mr. and Mrs. DeMarias was the scene of a very pretty wedding last night when their daughter, Miss Nina DeMarias', became te bride'6f Frederick Darlington Moore. The service was read at 8:30 by Rev, W. B. Riley before a large group of friends. Preceding the mar riage Miss Grace Golden and Miss Mary Andrews, on the violin and piano, played the "Evening Star" from Tdnuhauser. Lohengrin was the processional music and after the vows had been taken the Men delssohn march, was played. Pink and wite ribbons were stretched to the bower of green' in the library, where the cere money took place, by Miss Lucile De Marias and Miss. Willabelle Pearson, who wore gown frocks of white. The procfes sioij was led by the groom with his best man. Earl O. DeMarias, followed-by Miss Ethel Dean, the bridesmaid. She was dressed in pink mousellne de sole over pink and carried a bunch of peonies. The brjde entered with her father and wore a gown of white crepe de 6hlne combined with' white chiffon and white lace medal lions. --'.-,' Miss Belle Kennedy and Genevieve Mul ford,^Blanche and Kate Egerton,- Beatrice Blake, Gertrude P.arke and Helen De Mara is presided in the dintng-rooni.^while Misses Stella Bezoir and Dora St. Cyr served frappe. The bridal couple left for a trip to Chicago and Ohio. The bride. wore a fashionable gown of gray etamlne over pink silk with ecru lace and black velvet. The marriage of Miss Gertrude A. Tut tle, daughter of H. S. TUttle, and Ernest Warner Merrill took platie yesterday at 10:30 at the residence of Mrs. E. E. Mer rill, 908 Fifth avenue S. The service was read by Rev* George H. Thomas and Dean Fletcher played.the Lohengrin and Men delssohn marches. The decorations were in green and white palms, ferns, peonies and wild roses being used. The bride was attended by Miss Myrle Kitsnmn who wore a gown of pink mousseline de sole and carried white carnations. The bride's gOWn was of gray crepe de chine over silk and she carried bride roses. Lawrence H. Merrill was best man. The ceremony was followed by a wed ding breakfast at^which. Mrs. I. M. Iver son of Lead, S. p. Jfrs. Terence McCos ker, Misses Josephine Bell of Merriam Park and Minnie Kerridge assisted in serving. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill went to Duluth for a short wedding trip and will live in Grand Forks, N. D. - ' ' H Miss Jennie Dahl and Charles Hallum were married at the home of the bride, 2816 Twenty-seventh avenue S, with a few of the intimate friends as witnesses. One corner was converted into a veritable bower by the use of ferns, smilax and roses, which was reserved for the bridal party. Rev. Falk Gjertsen read the serv lec and the Lohengrin processional was given by Miss Elizabeth Dahl. The Misses Agnes and Catherine Hallum gave vocal solos. Christine iAbercrombie, maid of honor, wore a gown of green mull with lace trimmings. The other attendant upon the bride was Miss Emma Nelson, who wore white French lawn with lace. She carried white, carnations, while Miss Abercromble's flowers were American Beauty roses. The bride wore pale blue mull trimmed with shirrlngs and -lace. Delvert Severance was best mah .and Bernard Dahl and" John Hallum ushers. The appointments were in green and white, with a centerpiece of violets in the dining-room. The~"bride wore on her wed ding trip a tailored gown of dark brown. Mr. and Mrs. Hallum will live in North Dakota. " One of the largest and most elaborate of the long list of June weddings was that of Miss Rachel Woodward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. I. B. Woodward, to Karle W. Perkins of New York city." The wed ding was solemnized last night at: the home of the bride's jparents, 2808 Chicago avenue and was witnessed by a company of 200 friends. The service was read by Dr. M. D. Shutter. This was preceded by a song by Mrs. Charles Lane, "The Anthem of Love," and after the cere mony, "Violets," and "I Cannot Help but Love Thee." The :bridal party entered to the strains of "Lohengrin," the bride on the arm of her father. The flower girl was the bride's little sister, Ruth Wood ward, who was gowned in white lawn and carried by ribbons a leghorn hat full of rose petals sent from Portland, Ore., by the bride's aunt, Mrs. A. C. Bedee. Miss Mary Hiddleston and Miss Hazel Hopkins, the bridal attendants, wore green mousse line de soie trimmed with lace and car ried arm bouquets of white peonies. The bride's gown was an exquisite creation of white crepe: de chine, over taffeta with- an elaborate trimming of shirring, fagotting and tucks. The long veil wsis caught -in place with sprays oforange blossoms and the boquet was of bride roses. Kenneth Wishart. of St. Louis and Henry P. Shaw, St. Paul, attended the bridegroom. Peon ies were the motif of the beautiful house decorations. These were mingled with oak boughs and palms in the reception rooms. In the dining room a great basket of white peonies tied with a bow of white tulle was in the center of the table. - i:rD3jrlng the reception hour which fol lowed the bridal couple was assisted in receiving by the- bitde's parents* Mr. and Mrs. Wodward, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Le Baron, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.,Mulliken and Mr.. and.MMi. Kred. Aiyes5. Listen Hard it may fall into your pocketbook, too, for what you'll save will keep you in pin money for a long time. ^ ^ _ Yesterday morning a breakfast was given at the Commercial club for the bridal party. Covers were laid for six, and the decorations were handsomely tiar ried out with roses, Two well-known Minneapolis people, Miss Leila Herting Griffin and Ralph Waldo Fawcett were married in St. Mark's church last evening. Miss Griffin is the daughter of Mrs. S. D. Griffin and the late Judge Griffin, who was one of the state's oldest lawyers. Owing to the recent death of the bride's father the wedding was very quiet. The church was decorated in green and white, and the chancel was filled with palms ahd white peonies. The. bride's gown of crepe de chine over white taffeta slip was made with a full train ,with a shirred yoke. Duchess lace in a bertha effect around the yoke" finished the bodice and sleeves. The bride's veil was fastened with orange blossoms and her bouquet was of bride's roses. The service was read-by Rev. George Thomas, while George Norm ington played softly at the organ. The processional was the "Lohengrin" chorus and the Mendelssohn- march the reces sional. Mrs. Griffin, who wore black silk, gave the bride away. Miss Jessie Fawcett, maid of honor, was gowned in French mousseline fashioned with shir rings and tucks and carried red roses. The groom was. Attended by Eugene Hawkins. The ushers were Messrs. John A. Whitten, George P. Newmire, and Walter Fawcett, The nuptial reception was given at the Willistton, 500 Tenth street S, where the decorations were also in green and white. After July 15 Mr. and Mrs. Fawcett will be at home at 1928 Portland ave nue. , V Two Great Shoe Days! Friday and Saturday must lowered almost out of sight, Children's white kid Slippers, 85c quality at half price....... Misses' strap Slippers, sizes to-2 worth $1.25, at ftm 7g% only %M m \9 Children's strap Slippers, in sizes to 11, worth to 4&0.f% $1.00, at UOC (Children's and Misses' canvas Shoes and Oxfords, TfjZg% good leather soles... - iPv Children's fine kid Shoes, lace and button, 75c and fh*\ $1.00 value ^PG Boys' black, tan, and white Tennis Shoes and COA Oxfords... OlIC Boys' canvas Shoes, Rockoak soles, the $1.50 value Ofttf* Boys' canvas Bicycle Shoes, leather soles, $1.25 7B value ' OI Shirtwaists Women's fancy percale and lawn *\ - shirtwaists, ^rjfT worth to $1. ^mK^rT- White Linen Waists plainor^^ embrpi-q)J ^ J fftQ Q ' rMisses Alic e Winter and Eot^^^f JwyeS^Ejresided in the dining rdorn ahdV-SSMiss:/ Eydlai %lheem served frappe. Mr. -and Mrs. Perkins left in the even ing, for an extended trip to New York, .Philadelphia, Boston, Springfield, Ohio. Tre" New TTork a l|wge reception will be given "in their honor by Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Perkins, the parents of the bride groom. They will return to spend the summer at Wood Grove Inn, Lake Min netonka. EVANS, MUNZER, PICKERING & COl owned in pale blue organdie, with Clunj' lace, and carrying pink peonies. L. banens was best man. A reception for the fami lies was given at the home of the bride's father, 749 Monroe street, which was dec orated with pink roses and peonies. Mr. and Mrs. Danens will be at home after July 1 at 1428 Adams street. They are taking a short trip. Miss Lena Rogers and Charles Nord quist were married last night at the home of the bride. 3622 Stevens avenue, by Rev. W. A. Williamson. The two, preceded by the maid of honor and a little ring bearer, Ruth Tslantz, made their way to the bower of green in the parlor, while the strains of the wedding march were heard. The bride was gowned in white organdy over silk and trimmed with lace insertion. A reception was held after the ceremony. Mrs. Tslantz assisted in the dining-room, where white carnations were used in abun dance. Mr. and Mrs-. Nordquist left for a trip of two weeks. They will visit Chi cago and St. Louis during their journey. Victor will be the home, of the bridal couple when they return. Miss Wavie A. Hopkins and John L. Winters were married last evening,at the home of the bride, on Hiawatha avenue. About 100 guests witnessed the service, which was read by Rev. John S. Rood. In compliment to the groom, who is a soldier, the decorations were carried out with bunting and flags combined with white and red rbses. A reception was given after the ceremony. They, will live, in Fort Snelling. *\ * " ' A charming. church wedding was sol emnized in Lowry Hill Congregational church last evening, when Miss Maud Orth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Orth, and Paul Raymond Robb, were married by Rev. Henry Holmes. H. D. Lyon presided at the organ and played the Lohengrin and Mendelssohn marches. The chancel was a mass of palms and ferns with deep hearted pink peonies. Miss Aline Boffer ding, the maid of honor, was gowned in pink silk muslin and carried pink peonies. 'Miss Laura Robb, a sister of the groom, was ih pink silk net over pink silk and carried white peonies. The bride, who en tered alone, was met at the altar by the groom with his best man, Dr. A. E. Al ther. Her gown was of whte crepe fash ioned with shirrlngs and panels were set in'with a design of ifagotting. Clusters of lilies of the valley fastened the Veil and formed Her bouquet.'?' . The Misses Hogenstad gave a linen shower last evening for Miss ^ Blood at their home, 1723 Eleventh avenue S. Rich decorations were arranged with green foliage and red carnations and hearts. The SPECIA L RATESCHICAGO , MILWAUKE E & ST. PAD L RAILWAY. v - A small reception was given after the ceremony at the home of the bride's par ents, 2320 Colfax avenue S, for which the rooms had been:hhdsomeIy decorated in pink and .green ^lth white, s Mr. and Mrs. Robfc left on a wedding tour and they will be-at home after Au gust at -2404 Colfax* avenue S. in the fall they will move to St. Paul. . "'. -"- - - y -" *'^ Altho 111 and unable to leave her "bed,1 Miss Emma Sidwell., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W- Sidwell, would not postpone her marriage to Bert Fay of Duluth. The ceremony was ,read, in the presende of only the immediate family yesterday af ternoon, at 5 o'clock a*t the' residence of the bride's parents, 504 Girard avenue N. As feooh a.& Mrs. Fay's .health will permit Mr. and Mrs. Fay Will oitlclal woodmen's Special leaves Minneapolis 7:00 P.M., St. Paul 7:35 P.M., sandn, Jaic \m. New York and Return. rl%^$27-BO Boston and"Return.......... 29.00 Albany and Return.......... 27.50 Buffalo and Return.......... 23.90 depar:t.for ture home in Dulutft. - vi"'-'4: . The marriage of Miss Anna Mouseeau, daughter of Mitchell MOtisseau, arid Jo seph A. Danfens, took place yesterday aft ernoon at St. Anthony of Padua church, Rev. J. O'Reilly jofficiatlng. The bride wore- a gown of pongee and carried a bouquet of bride roses. She was attended by her. sister. Miss Gertrude" Mousseau, thfeir fu- ? "y.^^p y'^, Dates ol sale jwe nth lo 26m. Rtturi limit September I sip Proporileiaie rates to efficr polifs. Tickets good on GOVERNMEN T EAS T MAl l pVA hour trad) aid tic PIONEE R IIMITE D (12 loir trail). Call on C . R. LEWIS , City Ticket Agt. Address W . B. DIXOM , N.W.P. A. and you'll hear something drop Friday. If you're alert, be record breakers. To make them so, prices are Be among the first comers. V strap Women's tan Shoes and Ox fords, good sizes, "TK^v $3.00.value - 511* Women's fine vici kid Oxfords patenttip, Cuban ffi|'|h heel, $2.00 value V* - - * Women' very fine guaranteed pat.kid Oxfords, ^ 4 Q Q swell $2.50 val. V liUO Women's kid Oxfords, patent tips, every size, the 7RA $1.25 value......... lOw Women's very fine 1, 2, 3 and 4, strap, patent ^ 4 1 Q and kid Slippers H* - ^F Women's very fine vici kid Shoes, neat and tffe 4 Q O swell, $2.50 val. M* - Oil Little men's kid Shoes, patent tip, low heels, the 4&0.f% $1.25 value......... OUt* Boys' kangaroo calf bicycle Shoes, $1.50val., (fef 4 Q only....... Mf - - (f A Straw Mattings Grand line, fine quali ties, best styles ever shown goods worth to 50c a yd., | ff- 25c 19c |3C dered. ^ and .. .... i Oriental Draperies Underwear India Prints, large size, value $1.50 each selec tion from *9 PW ^ Women's Swiss ribbed Combination Suits worth $1.00 315^ -special 33C at . M O Sampson's Pins, j 400 assorted on a | paper, worth 5c.. Silk Floss Sofa Pillow Best quality - i ' 16 in. 18 in. !20 in. 15e 25# 36* Women's fine kid Oxforcfs, any worth to ^ 4 Q A $2.25, choice... H 05f Women's Strap Slippers,every size, worth to $1.00, / | l| Women's sample Oxfords, swell styles,w'th ^ 4 C A to $2.50, at.... HI5I3f Women's very fine kid and patent 1 and 2 strap fiO** slippers, $1.50 value 0,fctaf Women's very fine patent kid Oxfords, hand ^ 4 C Q turn soles, $2.50 H* - EP.lf Men's very fine patent leather shoes, guaranteed not to crack, $4.00 0 R Q value H^fcaiOm9 Men's good satin calf shoes, lace and congress, A|| $1.50values wOU Men's canvas shoes, lace and Blucher, $2.50 ti* 4 JQQ value H* - HhF Jewelry Dept. ChainsGenuine coral, amber, turquoise, pearl and jet, full 60-inch chains, regular 75c and 98c 4 Q values. T"ClC Friday...... Cuff Links^The best rolled plate lever Link Buttons, rose, roman and bright gold, value to $1.00. y f Choice ^,iM%.. Friday 75c pieces.. Drapery Dtpt. t Notions Leather Goods BeltsOne more day of thebig LeatherandSilk Belt Sale. In this lot are included silk, satin, London twine, patent leather,white kid, hand turned leather edge silk belts val- |/\^ uesto$1.00- lUC choice Friday. 22 in. 24 in. 26 in. 45c 55c 65c Men's Dept. Men's Balbriggan Shirts and ^|^ Drawers, ^^G worth 50c..'. $15.00 dainty gifts were showered upon Miss Blood from an open red umbrella. About twenty-flve guests enjoyed the evening. - M,v-r#xrv A rice dinner will be given this evening at the Birmingham flats in honor of Miss May Rose Birmingham, a bride of next week. ' "... -''"-- PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Mrs. George Carson leaves to-day to spend several weeks in Chicago. Mrs. Max Kohn is visiting her brother, Profes* sor Goldberger In Chicago. - - Miss Mamie Dolan will spend the summer in New York with her annt. Miss Myra Brainerd has returned from Mon^ tana where she. has been at school. Mrs. Anna S. Peck and daughter leave to-night to spend the summer in Denver. The meeting of the Mnemosyne club ha^ beefl postponed. It will be held Friday, June 19. Friday morning Mrs. Hopkins will entertain the Olive Euchre club at her home in Hopkins. Miss Isabella Austin has returned from New York and is with her parents at 2648 Humboldt avenue S. Miss Harriet J. Hutchinson leaves to-day for Hibbing, Minn., where she will visit, about & month. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Johnson, 1320 Harmon place, are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Roy of LeRoy, Minn. /The Fortuna. JSuchre club will meet tb-morrow afternoon with Mrs. J. Hurley, 10& East Twenty seventh street. Fortuna Euchre club will meet with Mrs. Hurley Friday afternoon at her home, 109 E Twenty-seventh street- Mrs. Charles W. Briggs who has been visiting in the city for some lime past left to-day for Seattle and California. Minneapolis people at New York hotels: Her ald Square, w. J. Reid Holland. E. V. Hay Hoffman, M. I Rothschild. ' An ice cream and strawberry social will be held at the rooms of the Universal. Brotherhood: 207 Sykes block, this evening. The Optiminity clnb gave a parting dinner for the season Tuesday night-at the home of T. E. Byrnes in Kenwood,. There was music anddanc-' Return SI3.50 is and Return $13.00 :*'**.- 328 Nicollet Avenue. , ^ 1 %Jp *'4 A r ing and much discussion of the plans for next year, which are of quite an elaborate na ture. Merriam lodge. Degree of Honor, will give an ice cream social next Friday evening at A, 0. U. w. hall, Camden Place. The Gettysburg circle will have a home bak ing and rummage sale to-morrow and Saturday at Lake street and Minnehaha avenue. Anna M. Wiltgen has gone to Schnectedy, N. Y., where she will join Major Edward Wiltgen, U. of M., 1900, for an extended eastern trip# Mr. .and Mrs. Horace Weston have returned from a trip to Montreal where they have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Victor Gnaedlnger. F. E. Fraekert of Brooklyn. N. Y., arid H. C. Brackett of Milwaukebe are spending the sum mer with theirM sister, Mrs. C. S. Gold, 1500 Sec ond avenueMS. KrAJ?m2e Toronto and iReturn fW.. Montreal and- Return:. ... Quebec and Ifeturn:.:. ..:.: Portland, Me., and Euchre club was- entertained by Mrs. Lampman last Friday. Favors were won by Mmes. Wheland, King' and Winsom. Mrs. Clark will entertain, thle club K?*,ce* c.ueaiil 1S A SaleLates As advertised in our lace window those fine Point de Paris, Duch esse and Plat Valen ciennes Laces, Inser tions,. Medallions and Galloons, worth up to 30c yard, go on sale Friday morning Pf .. at9o'clock.Sale3C price, yd 9c and Wash Goods Scotch Woven Madras 32-in. Zephyr Ging hamsp 1 a in corded and leno effectssea son's choicest color combinations, worth 15c and 25c *"T| yd snap / 2 C Friday at....: * ^ Ribbons Black Taffeta Silk Rib bon, 3 inches wide,also best gros grain, in just a few colors (also 3 inches wide), lio^sueh values ever l/\^ offered forthe | \J f\ money yard Women's tailor, made Linens, White Goods Suits f 8-in.ToweiingsWar- ranted all pure linen, worth 10c yard EE^ (quantity limit- ^jC ed) ........... worth S5.00 V 3 3 i lve n to-nigh t by the . wU 1 e S North -Star .Tent 1088. Modern Maccabees, in their hall at 322 Nicollet avenue. There will be. speeches and music. . . ~ Mrs. George Brown entertained the Biloti Cinnh club at her home 3308 Elliot avenue S. Mmes. Brown, Henney and Lampman, won prizes. Mrs. Harder will be the next hostess. ,None s uc n ?da *-ill-bnext. e givejt:fo the benent of the Junior Brotherhood of St. And rews this evening, at Grave church, Sixteenth avenue S and Twenty-forth, street. .'^I Men's club and the Ladies' Aid Society of Plymouth Congregational church will unite m giving an Ice cream social and entertainment to-morrow night at the church. Fourteenth and Lyndale avenues N , Minneapolis-people at New York hotels a-e: New Amsterdam, W- F. McKinney: Graud Union, Ei'A. Little Broadway Central. D. Brad shaw -Waldorf, C. F. DeaVer Herald Square, L. S. Stewart St. Denis, C. Brown, Mrs. C. E. Brennan, Miss M.-.A., R. Fryer, Miss L. Fraser, Mrs. H. G.- Allard, Miss E. H. Paige. C. S. Brown, Mrs. Yerxa W. B. Sheldon, E. D. Brooks, the Misses Sterrett, Mrs. A. S. Lewio, 3. .Montgomery, F. E. Fairchild Manhattan, W. Lelabarre, Miss Brundage, G. E. -Wheeler J G. Cross, Miss L. De La Barre Fiftn Avenue Mrs. -J. C. Sodens Cadillac, 1 H. Sugsdin: Al bert, Miss A. M. Wiltgen: Fifth Avenue, J. 0. Sadene. DuluthGrand Union. B. Pi Crane. June 13th and 14th - $23.90 27.50 30.50 2-00 Jr^torri:^Ait^i, 35t Robert Street. St. Paul.