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I0C BIIMAW Valley Creamery, bes made Jl D U lie I V2 sral. jar $ 1 .QO. pe L Dairy Butter lzeryrtpound.,.24IJfC :. 13c Butterine2 bS TUESDAY EVENING, Social Circles. A SH0WEROFB00K3 To Be Given Thursday in Honor Miss Belle Thomas gave the bridal din ner last evening at her home on Thir teenth avenue SE for Miss Winifred Brad ford and Harry Miller of St. Paul, whose wedding will bo solemnized this evening at the home of the bride. Large clusters of pirik and white sweet peas were used in the dining-room and a large mound of the dainty blossoms was in the center of the table. The bride's place was marked by a cluster of white sweet peas tied With a large bow of ribbon. Covers were laid for ten. Golden glow and nasturtiums were arranged in the other rooms, with bowls of pansies. Miss Thomas is Miss Bradford's maid of honor. The guests who were included in the bridal party were: Miss Bradford and Mr. Miller, Miss Clara McCaremey, Miss Effie Shaw, Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. McCor mick, William Thomas, Edward Miller and Edward Lewis. . -.V The wedding of Miss Irene Peterson to Charles A. Moren was quietly solemnized Saturday evening. They left on a wed ding trip to Eleva, Wis., where they will spend a month visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Chlttendon enter tained at dinner Saturday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McCarthy of Little Falls, who are the guests of Mrs. J. E. Sandefur. Table decorations were in nasturtiums and sweet peas, and cov ers were laid for six. This evening Mrs. Sandefur will give a dinner In their honor. t Miss Helen De Merse entertained the Piccadilly Mandolin Club most delight fully Saturday evening. A picnic supper was served on the lawn. In the evening the guests enjoyed dancing. The rooms were brightened with a wealth of golden glow and nasturtiums. v/ / mad*. Accept n counterfeit of similar name. Dr. L.A.Bay* re said to a lady oftha haut-ton (a patient): "Asyouladlesvlllnssj them, I recommend Mr. and Mrs. William Robertson an nounce the engagement of their daughter, Ella May, to Charles Emerson Woodward. The wedding will take place in September. 'Qouraud'a Cream' I as the least barmfol ot kail the Skin prepara- 1 tlons." For sale by all Drncflsts and Fancy ' Goods Dealers la the Miss Jessie Warren entertained at tea last evening at her home, 1437 W Lake street in honor of her cousin. Miss Daisy Porter of Anoka and Miss Myrtle Hall of Dayton, Minn., who are visiting at her home. The rooms were brightened with carnations and sweet peas in white and pink and nasturtiums were also used. Covers were laid for eight. In the even ing progressive, games were played. Saturday a large party of young people went to Minnehaha on a picnic and yes terday the day was spent at Como. TJ. 8., Canadas, and Xorope. FERD.T. HOPKINS, Prop'r, 37 Great Jones St..N.Y. d Special Sale, Large Direct Importation, All Vintage Graves' Sautern, '90, per case of qts., 95.95. Sauterns, '90, per case qts, $6.80. Haut Sautern, '88, per case qts, $9.20. Chateau Yquem, '82, per case qts, $15.80. Chateau Tquem, '78, per case qts, $33. $1 additional to above prices for cases of 24 pint bottles each. Fancy Spring Chickens, per lb., 18c. Leg Spring Lamb, per lb, 15c. Forequarters Spring Lamb, per lb, 10c. Young Mutton leg, per lb, 10c. Mutton Steaks or Chops, per lb, 10c. Export eBef, round steak, per lb, 12 %c. Export Beef, round steak, per lb, 12%c. Export Beef pot roasts, per lb, Sc to 10c. Pork Loins, roasts, or chops, per lb, 12%c. Journal want ads bring best results. One cent a word. 7S^^^**^SSaS3* THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNALS 'Rwlra^f^'^^P-f^AUGUST 11, w&* of Miss Pauline PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Mr. and Mrs. Lauber and daughter Florence left last evening for New York. Mrs. Tames Collins has returned from a visit with friends on the Pacific coast. Mrs E. E. Helk and Miss Rose Helk are spending a few days at Isle Royale. Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Henderson are visiting in Now Vork, Philadelphia and Montreal. Mr. and Mrs. Justus Sprague left last eve ning for an extended visit in California. The Wilmot baseball team will give a lawn social to-morrow evening at 2019 Minnehaha ave nue. Mrs. W. D. Brooks of Kansas City is visltinir Mrs. C. H. Taylor, 906 Fifteenth avenue S, and other frlenda. J. J. Ankeny and S. E. Olson leave to-morrow morning for Omaha and the Black Hills to he gone ten days. _Mr. and Mrs. George S. Johnson will leave Thursday to spend six weeks traveling thru the west as far as Los Angeles. Mrs P. A. Hlnkle left Sunday evening to at tend the stockholders' meeting of the Big Five Mining company lu Denver, Col. The ladies of Bethel new church will give an ce cream social Friday evening on the church lnwn on Seventeenth uvenue S and Thirty-first street. Mrs. J. D. Ogden and daughters. Avis anrl Helen of 3419 Eighteenth avfnuek ha re turned, after an extended visit with frlenda and relatives in Ackley, Iowa. " Mr and Mrs. Thomas Lesher, who have been traveling thru Alaska since their wedding six months ago, are visiting Mrs. Lesher's mother. Mrs. Paris of the Hennepin flats. Miss Mollie Rice, 2014 Sixteenth avenue S. has gone to New Albion, Iowa, to visit her brothers. Professor O. S. Rice and B. S. Rice She will return In about three weeks. Olive J. Gilmore, grand chief of the Rathbone Slaters, will give another euchre party In the K. P. hall on First avenue and Fifth street SE to-morrow afternoon. The proceeds will go to the grand temple. Northwestern people nt New York hotels are: MinneapolisMarlborough, G. R. Jackson- St Denis, Miss M. Harrington, Miss M. M. Bolln Fifth Avenue, Mrs. L. C. Storms Holland T* Uwry: Cadillac, N. Barnes. DuluthImperial' J. H. Barnes. - Piano Ortfarf' ^^g Voice/ViffHiV EteeotkffiLangiages 23feadim 300 Pupils tsbbliaM in 1885" Cata/o^uc'ffrcCif aohall.'Director ' -a, . Tooth Powder New Patent Top Can. Compare quantity and quality with others. Sozodont is economy. ,if$fiw&. Fancy, well bleached, per doz Hubbard Squash Safr. 8c Summer Squash a? 3c Egg Plant fe fOc White Onions J& !8c Potatoes S U 13 c Cucumbers Eac h Ic .2c 29 Medoc'93 rca 2ic Attention, Q. A. R. The Northern Pacific Railway offers the coolest, most comfortable and at the same time the most picturesque route to the grand encampment at San Francisco. You cannot afford to miss seeing the grand North Pacific coast country, and the only way you can see it all is to go or return via the Northern Pacific Railway. The Northern Pacific City Ticket Office is at No. 19 Nicollet House block. It Is head quarters for Information on all summer tours. e St. Julian'89 " $6.10 St. Emilion '93 I ^ $6.55 Chateau Pontet Canet '89 $5.6c 5 Soo Line to Desbarats, Ont., and the In dlan Play Hiawatha $14 For the round trip going Saturday, Aug. 15. Call at the ticket office for Illus trated booklets and for particulars, 119 Third street S. fln TTgrri Kj Foster. Miss Belle Thomas Entertains for the Miller-Bradford Bridal Miss Frances Orvis will give a book shower Thursday for Miss Pauline Foster, whose marriage to Dr. James Edward Carman of Erskine will take place Aug. 20 at high noon. Friday afternoon Mrs. Mark B. Smith, aunt of the bride-elect, will entertain for her. The following Fri day Mrs. Dawson Bradshaw will give a thimble bee in her honor. LAKE MHOTETONEA This evening the first annual ball of the Excelsior Yacht dub will'-be given at the casino. , The members of the vari ous committees have been very active during the week to make the event a most enjoyable one. The decorations used Will be characteristic of the purpose of the club flags and pennants will be hung everywhere. The music promises to be excellent, as six soloists have been added to the regular casino orchestra. The dancing will begin at 9 o'clock, preceded by a short informal reception. '.'- Miss Hiscock of Minneapolis rendered the second of her pleasing song recitals at Hotel St. Louis Sunday evening. Ow ing to the cqld weather the guests were the more willing to remain indoors, and a good audience gathered to enjoy the singing. The singer has a voice of fine quality and the manner in which she rendered the various pieces left no room for criticism. The other singing of the evening was also excellent, among the singers being Mrs. L. B. Stephenson, Miss Rebekah Stephenson, Miss Essmueller. Mrs. Belcher and Mrs. W. H. Clark, all of St. Lous, and Miss Dorsey and Miss Cole of Kansas City. Mrs. Ochner of St. Louis was given a pleasant surprise yesterday afternoon by her friends, who had found out that it was her birthday. They gave a party in the afternoon which was a lively and en joyable affair. The tables were decorated with all the seasonable flowers. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Ess mueller, the Misses D. and F. Essmueller, Mmes. H. Burmann, L. Gundbach, S. Broadbeat, W. C. Esmueller, all of St. Louis. Mrs. J. R. Butxnan and children are guests at Hotel S t Louis. Mr. Butman will Join them a little later. Mr. and Mrs. George Boone of St. Joseph, Mo., are season guests at Hotel St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Henry King, Jr., of St. Joseph arrived a few days ago. Among the, recent arrivals from St. Louis are Maude Schwartzer, L. H. Tied man, H. A. Singer, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lawrence of Minneapolis are guests at this hotel. C. E. Morehouse and) Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tichnor of Milwaukee are re cent comers. - Party. The new Donaldson hotel on the lake front at Excelsior seems to be a favorite home for Minneapolis people. Among the Minneapolitans who have been guests at the Donaldson during the past few days, many of whom will remain t411 the end of the season, are Mr. and Mrs. J. Dickenson, Mrs. W. W. Sykes, Mrs. F. J. George, Anna Malquet, Mrs. Elmer Moses, Al berta Fisher, Marjorie Hurlburt, T. H. Engalls, J. C. O'Gorman, E. L. Pearsall, F. W. Newcome, the Misses Webber, Miss Nolan, Erma Faccett, the Misses Duval, Peter 'Keith, Mr. and Mrs. George Lane and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hodgemeyer, R. G. Fisher. Mrs. M. Edgerton of Kansas City is a recent arrival at the Donaldson. Among the guests from other places are Mr. and Mrs. A. Patten of Chicago, Lu clan Warner of St. Paul and his daugh ters, Miss Grace Warner and Mrs. F. W. Noyes, Mr. and Mrs. H. Ganse of Bur lington, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. S. Watkins and Mrs. S. M. Walbach of Beatrice, Neb. m Are You Bilious c c Half SlkOut of Sorts? 'fist RlfiNT Quiok." Orangeine (Powders) Regulate Liver Action, In sure Good Digestion, Bring Health and Qood Spirits. Orangeine works through liver, stomach, pores and kidneys, to secure normal action, and per fect elimination of waste matter, which clogs system and makes 111 health. NOTEOrangeine Powders are told by all progressiva druggist*, 10c (8 pow ders) 5c (6 powders) 00c (15 pow ders): *1 (35 powders). Write us for- *r.mr)le, full information. Composition and far reaching Human Result*. Address: "Orangeine, Chicago." F Heard at the Lake. Among the Minneapolis people who have been recent arrivals at the Sampson house are Frank Morse. P. W. Berry, - Mrs. H. S. Birch, M. E. Sayre, Mrs. F. L. Gray and children, Mrs. W. Murray and Mrs. P. White. Miss Ivan Patterson will return to St. Cloud this week. She has been spending the summer at the summer home of her sister, Mrs. Charles Hale, at Deephaven. Mr. J. W. Campbell, whose home and busi ness are in Huron, S. D., arrived at Deep haven Saturday, where his family have a summer home. He will enjoy a week or so at Deephaven before returning to Huron. Dr. Jane Kennedy of Deephaven entertained Miss Marjorie Hunter and Miss Bessie Greenly of Minneapolis, and Mrs. Luther Cushing of St. Paul last week. Miss Agnes Belden of Minenapolis spent last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. J. Wagner of Deephaven. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wagner of Minneapolis also visited at their brother's home last week, having come out to attend the german at the Min netonka club. William Peet entertained Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nichols of Minneapolis at his summer home at Deephaven over Sunday. The annual picnic of the Delano business men and their friends was not a success on account of the rainy weather that prevailed. Many of the picnickers partook of their luncheon in the blue line pavilion to escape the rain. About 200 were present, having come on a special train over the Great North ern. They expressed the hope that the weather might be more favorable next year. The steamer George, which lay on Horse shoe reef from Sunday evening to Monday afternoon, was finally pulled off by the steamer Puritan, which came to her assist ance. Mrs. E. B. Wakeman of Los Angeles is visiting her family at Mound. C. Dwight Avery was the guest of hlB brother, H. B. Avery, at Maplewood Inn, Breezy Point, over Sunday. Charles Dunwoody of Philadelphia, and Joan Dunwoody of Minneapolis, were guests over Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Strieker at Summervllle. To-morrow Marion Strieker will entertain some of her friends at an all-day party at her parents' summer home at Summervllle. Her guests will be Beulah and Mary Bull, Mil dred MacEnery and Gladys Ainsworth. The new house which Mr. Broom is com pleting near the lake front at Excelsior will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Good now of Minneapolis, who will move in about the first of September. Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Freeman spent Sunday at Cottagewood with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Freeman. Mrs. H. W. Wright of Rochester, N. Y., is a guest of her children, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Wendell, at their summer home in Cottagewood. Mrs. Wright arrived last Fri day and will remain some time. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Goldsborough of New York are visiting for a week at Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Goldsborough's in Cottagewood. Miss Elliott, from Mauson, Iowa, is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Whittlesey at Cottage wood. Miss F.lliott will remain a few weeks. Mrs. Georse Knoblauch and her mother are staying at Hotel Keewayden. Carolyn and Wilbur Joyce have been visit ing at Mrs. Edgar W. Runyan's in Cottage wood. Miss Ethelwynne Wyman was a guest of Miss Burton's at Deephaven during tennis week. Miss Elizabeth Donaldson spent Sunday with Mrs. Willis Walker at her cottage at St. Louis Bay. Miss Josephine Grant of St. Paul was a guest of Mrs. George Harrison at Cottage wood during tennis week. Miss Lillie Best and Miss Nellie Marshall were visiting during tennis week at Mrs. W D. Samuels' in Cottagewood. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bartholf were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Harrison at Cottage wood over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. Johnson and daughter of Milwaukee are visiting Dr. and Mrs. A E Higbee at their summer home in Cottage wood. Master Edward Petrie is a very proud and happy boy. He succeeded in catching and landing a pickerel weighing fifteen pounds Recent, arrivals at Keewayden: Mr. and Mrs. S. A. McWhorter, Omaha Henrv Sea man, Mankato Mrs. W. F. Claiter, Ct.*PauI- Mr. and Mrs. J. F. S. Reeves, Beaver Falls Mrs. A. D. Rider and children, Kansas City' Mips Morrow, Boston Miss B. Morgan Dav enport, Iowa Fred S. Cook, New York- Dr Guy Churchill, Chicago Mrs. F. P Burgett' jKate Burgett, Pittsburg Dr. and Mrs M* S. Bailey Detroit B. Scheffens, Chicago Ralph Graham, Mammouth, 111. Mrs H J Bradbury, Minneapolis. ' '- ' Among the recent arrivals at Edgwood are Miss Grosz, a prima donna of the Walte Jones Opera company W. Uth Semi-annual Reduction Sale. H-. Hamilton, timore, Md. .Miss Leonoree Loxley, Lake Charles, La. C. F?O..Sheldon.anChicago, . ill." Mrs- Mr. and Mrs^ W. Stout d daughters ^fS?* Summe r Suits.. * TrousersHal f Price This unusual offering will be of especial interest to the hundreds of men who have not yet taken their vacation. It is an excellent opportunity. There will be plenty " hot weather during the next three weeks so that much of the pleasure of your outing will depend upon the way you are clothed. 17/^these are shirts of madras, cheviot and zephyr, regular $1.50 grades for to-morrow, yours at each. Men's *3.50 Shoes, *2.50. These shoes for men are made of good leathers on good shape lasts, Goodyear welt soles, every pair warranted, worth $3.50, any size *,* .-^ or aay width. We can fit any foot and the price is only . . . *WoOU S6eirea Miss Roosevelt Led a CotllHon at This FunctionReturn of the Vanderbllts. Newport, K. I., Aug. 10.The first grand ball of the season of 1903 took place last night at "Beechwood," the villa of Mrs. Wiliam Astor and from now on until the early part of September there will be a continual round of dinners, dances and balls, but none will probably outshine the affair of last night, which in fact, was the most elaborate social function ever given by Mrs. Astor in Newport. For three days mechanics and decorators were transforming the villa into a veritable fairyland and when the guests arrived they beheld a scene which has seldom been equalled at any society function in the land, the ballroom especially being a mass of American Beauty roses, the fa vorite flower of Mrs. Astor. The affair was made more important from the fact that Miss Alice Roosevelt was one of the guests of honor and with her partner, led the second cotillion. Sev eral hundred invitafions had been issued for the ball and with but a few exceptions all of the cottagers attended. The night was clear and cool and the moonlight en hanced the beauty of the scene of the ex tensive lawns of the village. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald C. Vanderbilt ar rived at Newport yesterday from their wedding trip in Europe, coming from Bos ton where they arrived by steamer. They made the trip from Boston in Mr. Vander bilt's fast automobile and altho no time is given of the run, it is understood to have been the fastest ever made between the two cities by an automobile. Upon arrival at Newport Mr. and Mrs. "Vanderbilt went to the Breakers, the villa of Cornelius Vanderbilt, where they will remain for several days until the painters are thru at Sandy Point farm. To-night Mrs. Alfred G. Vanderbilt gave a dinner at Oakland Farm in their honor. ClaraBalr M.- er! Uu, He ^ n n d A"c Knight^ Mrs. Harriet. Davis Rev. Mr. an FS- ^ W* Snurtle * Arthu r S . Minneapolis. Swensond , Attention, Q. A. R. The Northern Pacific Railway offers the coolest, most comfortable and at the same time the most picturesque route to the grand encampment at San Francisco. You cannot afford to miss seeing the grand North Pacific coast country, and the only way you can see it all is'to go or return via the Northern Pacific Railway. The Northern Pacific City Ticket Office is at No. 19 Nicollet House block. It is head quarters for information on all summer tours. ' Carey's Magnesia Cement Roofing, The only roofing material thai grows better with age. Try it. W. S. Nott HHH Company. Both phones, S76 $45-r-Taeoma, Seattle and Portland and Returnf 45. $50San Francisco and Return$50. $60Cos Angeles and Return$60. These tickets are on sale by the North ern Pacific Railway Co., Aug. 1st to 14th. and are good for the return until Oct. 15th, with liberal stop-overs. You may not get to the Pacific coast again, so you can not afford to miss this opportunity to see Montana, Washington, Idaho and Oregon. There is no way to see all of this country to advantage without going or returning via the Northern Pacific railway. There is no extra charge on the "North Coast Limited" train. The Northern Pacific city ticket office is headquarters for in formation on summer excursions. The price placed upon these fine summer clothes is too small to he considered. .00 Underwear, 25c. An accumulation of odds and ends of men's fancy Shirts and Drawers all sizes in the Shirts, but only 30, 32 and 34 sizes in the Drawers. These garments are all the best of lisle thread and have been selling AS* all season at $1.00 to-morrow just one quarter their real value, each 2t)C Men's Straw Hats, 1.00. %2. to $2.50 is what they are really worth and, incidently, what they were priced two weeks ago. Now, at a dollar each, to terript the man who is going away on his vacation, and wants to look fit. Sennet and split straws of late models, various dimensions, all fresh and good-looking From 2. and 2.50, to 1.00. 2.0 0 Men's Canvas Shoes, *1.00. All our men's white and gray Canvas Shoes and Oxfords in Goodyear Welt soles that sold for $2.00 a pair, to be closed out at just $ 1 Half Price $20 PlyixvovitK Clothing Hovise, Sixth and Nicollet. f Recognized Fashion Headquarters for the Whole FamilyHead to Foot. -' For over 20 years the largest business for Men and Boys, and now, in addition, the largest business for Ladies. MES. ASTOH'S RAND BALL AT/GUST WOMEN'S MAGAZINES. The August number of the Boston Cooking School Magazine is an entirely practical issue, devoted to the needs of housewives, with several interesting articles on outside topics. Every woman would do well to respect the notions on cookery which a Mere Man expresses In this number. "Man's View of Woman," by Ella Wheeler Wilcox, is in (her familiar strain, and women will agree with her,, altho men may differ somewhat. "Original Proverbs of the Hour," by Agnes Deans Cameron, are decidedly rich in flavor. The recipes. are all practical and the hints on serving, supplemented by good illustra tions, are very valuable. It is what it intends to bea practical culinary magazine. Most of the Action in the Household-Ledger for August is done on old conventional lines, but the story of "Muvver's Revenge," by Fannie Mc Lean Williams, departs from these lines and thereby adds greatly to the Interest. H. G. Wells, In "The Valley of Spiders," meets a happy theme for a wlerd story and fulfills the promise of the title. The instrumental music in this issue greatly surpasses the songs printed. "The Sport of Yachting," by Arthur Sullivan Hoffman, is interesting and well illustrated with photographs. The discussions upon art, cooking, and current fashions are of especial value. Pro fessor Hugo von Hagen gives the first o* a se ries of papers on'- the delineation of character by the handwriting, which is very fascinating. Suits now CLTJBS AND CHARITIES The Eighth Ward W. C. T. U. held an in teresting meeting Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Chapman on Stevens avenue. After the scripture lesson read by Mrs. Pat ten, Mrs. Craig read a paper on "Mothers' Faults " Mrs. Drew spoke on "The Child in the Home " Mrs. Wash, on "The Food, Dress and Physical Development of the Child. "The Bost Important Line of W. C T. U. Work," was discussed by Mesdames McCurdy, Welch and others who named evangelistic -work, abstinence and prohibition of the liquor traffic as the foundations for all the work of the society. Mrs. Hendrix re ported on prison Sunday at Stillwater. The program for next year was placed In the hands of the workers' committee. Mesdames Lewis, Chapman and Patten were appointed on the badge committee and Miss Francis, Mesdames Foster and Wltmer, committee on place of meeting. Mrs. Elliott will enter tain the society Aug. 21 at her home, 3423 First avenue. The works' committee will meet Friday at Mrs. Foster's. Mrs. Blair of Waukesha attended the meeting. Miss Wyberg gave several musical numbers and refreshments were served by the hostess and the Misses Chapman. Harwood Hive, No. 23, 0. T. M., will hold its next regular review at the hall, 703 West .Lake street, to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock. Camden W. C T. U. will meet to-morrow with Mrs. Howser, 4129 Lyndale avenue N. Getbsamane Industrial Circle will meet to morrow with Mrs. E. T. Morgan, 2905 filoom ington avenue. The Ladies' Aid society of Thirteenth Avr enue M. E. church will meet to-morrow in the church parlors, promptly at 2:30 o'clock. Political Equality Club Picnic. The Political Equality club will hoid its annual picnic Thursday at the home of Mrs. Lizzie McClary at Mahtomedi, White Bear lake. The occasion will celebrate the birth day of Lucy Stone. Arrangements have been made to provide dinner, so basket luncheons will be unnecessary. Women of Rawlins Post. The ladies of John Rawlins post will meet with Mrs. Dickinson, 4030 Park boulevard, Linden, Hills, Wednesday afternoon, Aug 12. Members of the post will join the ladies In a picnic supper at 6 o'clock. Carey's Magnesia Cement roofing, The most durable, economical and prac tical fire-proof roofing made. W. S. Nott Company. Both 'phones, 376. $10. $18 Suits now $9. $15 Suits now $5 Serge Coats, $5 Coats and Vests, $3 Alpaca Coats, 0 White Negligees, 50c. All o^d lots and broken lines of men's plain white Negligee Shirts (about 250 in all) including sizes from 15^ neck to $1.50. $1.50 Alpaca Coats, 75c. AU thru the year this store opens at 8:30 A. M. and closes at 5:30 P. Iff. Open Saturday evenings. POWERS FOR NICOLLET AVE. FIRST AVE. S. FIFTH ST. BRING THIS COUPON WITH YOU With Cash Purchases Wednesday, Aug. 12, in the Wednesday inthe Crockery and Glassware Crockery ^ Glassware Depts. only Depths. only. *?/' $7 $7.50. $10 Suits now Trousers now $2 White Ducks Men's Suits, You will find no more than two or ihree suits of a kind in the entire lot, but all are made fryn all-wool fabrics and have received the best of tailor ing during their course of construction and all are from our regu- /- j-^ lar $10 and $12 tables. Te-morrow in Basement Salesroom.... O.OU Basement Salesroom. All our flannels and wool crash in dark colors only, while there are all sizes the larger part of the suits are young men's styles, but there are plenty of 40 and 42 chest measurenot a suit in the lot ever marked lower than $7.50, while the majority are regular $8 and $10 suits. $ - - A special for to-morrow A clean up of the odd Trousers from the suit stock. Blue serges, neat patterns of fine all-wool cheviots and worsteds. Pants that are $-f -l r worth $3 and $4, now . Men's Pants, A lot of men's light weight worsted trousers, odds and ends from our main floor stock of summer pants worth up to $4, tomorrow in *+ /-^v Basement, only.. , Boys' Waists, 15c. About twenty dozen of boys' wash waists in the "Popular" brand, all are new this season and the colors are unusually neatall sizes in ^ r regular 50c waists, while they last, choice. IOC Basement Salesroom. HAMLINE Miss Susie Shepard Is in Duluth. Miss Maud Wolever Is In Chicago. Mrs. John Buck is at Spring Valley. Miss B. Billings has gone to St. Francis. Miss Etta Webb has left for the Pacific coast. Mrs. Conway has returned from Spring Valley. Miss Belle Matchett goes this week to Geneva, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Runnltz have gone to Spring Valley. Mrs.- Frank Parr has gone south for a few weeks. Mrs. and Miss Hackney are visiting in Canada. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hackney are visiting In Chicago. The Catholic society will give a river excursion to-morrow. Rev. Mr. Avison and family spent laat week at Lake Sarah. Mrs. Weigard is entertaining her sister from North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Messenger have returned from a western trip. Miss Anna Harper of Aitkin is a guest of the Misses Winston. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mills leave soon for Bald Eagle lake. Mrs. C. D. Lewis has gone to Plainview to visit her parents. The Methodist Sunday school picnicked at Wildwood last Friday. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer have been entertain ing a nephew from India. Miss S. E. Higglns has been entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark of Montevideo. The Hamlfue W. C. T. TJ. and the Hamline Mother's club picnic at Bald Eagle Lake to-day. Mrs. .Tames Scbaff entertained the Foreign Mission societies of the Methodist church Thurs day afternoon. The ladies of the Bethel association gave a picnic Friday in the grounds of Rev. J. W. Martin's home. Miss Anna Bobbins, who has lately returned from the Philippine islands, spoke on "Mission ary Work in the Orient" Sunday evening at the Methodist church. Miss Julia Bell of Minnehaha street, enter tained Mrs. James Crandall with Mrs. Forest Woodward and- Miss Mary Woodward of Lang don, at dinner, Thursday. Mrs. Ogden Goelet, of New York, is doing what she can to break up the cruel and ugly custom of docking horses' tails by setting the fashion of banging their tails, cutting them short and square on her pair of roan carriage horses. Canada produces $1,250,000 of asbestos a year. - we will give Five Times the Amount* of Your Purchase In S. & H. Green Trading Stamps if you present this COUPON at our STAMP COUNTER. "The Journal." is* A'i y^U ." MUM Uth Semi-annual Reduction Sale. $3.50 $6 Trousers now $5. $3.00 $5 $2.50. Trousers now $2.50 $4 Trousers now $2.50. $2.00 $3 Trousers now $1.50 $1.00 $1 White Ducks at 50c The Great Basement Salesroom. Besides the best exclusive outfits in the regular departments, The Plym euth has a great Basement Salesroom where standard goods are sold at much lower prices than elsewhere. For V/ednesday we offer: 50c $6.50. Men's Outing Suits, $1.95. l.V5 Basement Salesroom. Men's Pants, $1.15. 1 . I D Basement Salesroom. $260. Boys' *5 Suits, Boys' two piece suits in cheviots, worsteds and fancy mixtures, all odds and ends from our regular stock and suits that have been $ 1 H C selling all summer at $5, tomorrow in Basement Salesroom, each J&. JSO Basement Salesroom. Z.OU Basement Salesroom. $2.95. *? Do you want Competent Help? Consult the "Situations Wanted' ads. on classified page. WOMEN IN ADVERTISING Many Women of Artistic Sense and Nim ble Wit Are Commercial Artists. Where one woman was employed' in what is termed commercial art ten years ago, a dozen women now have places. A good proportion of the clever hits made in illustrating the virtues of Boap and of various housecleaning powders are due to women. In New York, Cincinnati, Chicago and other cities where big advertising agencies flourish, women workers supply the ideal faces and subjects that are used for trade illustration, says the New York Sun. Fow busy lithographic houses will take girl apprentices, but girls who have learned the trade outside are welcome to employ ment. Most women in the business have been taught singly by lithographers inter ested in them. One New York woman owns and manages in person s lithographing and job printing business. She was an apprentice of the house years ago and made her way up from the ranks. She attends to most of the details of the business. In her opinion there is much less risk in a woman's hiring a housekeeper to attend to her home affairs and her child ren's wants out of school hours than in em ploying a manager to look after the business. A woman is at the head of the art depart ment of a big preserving and pickling house. She gets up the labels and coins the names for the various new brands. She also devises the pictures and announcement placards sent out to advertise the firm's exhibits, and Is responsible for the general plan of the ex hibition stands and decorations that are set up in the various cities. Of late years the game of billiards has been growing in popularity among American women, especially in the east. Many New York society leaders are experts with the cue, notably Mrs. George Gould and her. sister-in law, Mrs. Edwin Gould. Mrs. Almeric Paget. Mrs. Burke Roche and numerous others also devote much time to the game. A phonograph for birds is In use. .'j 1 ' i 5 F9R 1 Wednesday in the Crockery ^^h^^^M^^' H ! Glassware. Bring the Coupon. ' 1 i , !'