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Social Circles.
'ft AEjPBETIY WEDDING
Hiss Iva M. Nye Becomes the Bride
- of Charles Sanford '^l
Laird.
"Welch-Clark 'Marriage Is Quietly
Solemnized at the West
-"Hotel.
The wedding of Miss Iva M. Nye, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Nye, and
Charles Sanford Laird, which was cele
brated last evening at the home of the
bride's parents, 2708 Pillsbury avenue, was
one of the most charming weddings of the
season. The decorations thru the rooms
were elaborate and charming. The walls
and ceiling of the reception-room were
completely hidden in masses of green oak
foliage and oak boughs lined the walls of
the parlor, where the ceremony took place.
Green entwined the stair rail. Shibley'3
orchestra hidden behind a screen of green
in the hall played -the entire evening.
The large window in the parlor, where the
bridal party stood, was filled with green
boughs,while pyramids of palms and whito
lilies rose on each side.
In the living-room green and white were
the coloVs used. The mantel was covered
with green "and green was wound about the
chandeliers. In the dining-room red was
the color note. The hall which opened into
the library was hung with Japanese lan
terns and arranged with gay flowers.
In the library and dintng-room red was
mingled with the green. Large American
Beauty roses with canellas were used in
these rooms where a red glow came from
the red shaped tapers.
At 8 o'clock Rev. J. S. Montgomery en
tered with the bridegroom and led the
way to the improvised altar. The brido
entered with her father, who gave her
away. The Lohengrin march was played
as they took their places. The bride wore
a handsome gown of white crepe de chine
over chiffon and taffeta, with a bertha
and panels of exquisite lace. Her bouquet
was of white sweet peas.
After the informal reception, that fol
lowed the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Laird
left for a short trip. They will be at home
after Oct. 1 at 2608 Pillsbury avenue. The
bride wore a going-away gown of brown
voile over silk, with a hat to match.
Among the out-of-town guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Nye of Moorhead,
Minn. Mrs. H.-A. Wilson and daughters
Mrs. Colton Whitco mb and daughters of
River Falls, Wis. Mrs. E. M. Nye and
daughter, Jacksonville, Fla. Mr. and Mrs.
Solon Perrin, Duluth, Minn. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Loring, Crookston, Minn. Dr. and
Mrs. Newcomber, Indianapolis. Ind. Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Jones, Spokane, Wash.
Senator and Mrs. Clapp and mother, St.
Paul Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Carter, St./Paul
Miss Ru th Woodworth, Ellsworth, Wis.
Miss Inis Snow, Little Falls, Minn. Miss
Louise Burns, Litchfield, Minn. Mr. and
Mrs. Barnard, Clear Lake, Iowa Mrs. E.
W. Nye, Ithaca, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Eu
gene Pharr, New Orleans.
A very quiet wedding was solemnized
yesterday at high noon in the private par
lor of Colonel C. H. Wood at the West
Hotel, when Rev. Henry V. Givler read
the service which united Mrs. Addle 3 .
Clark of Steele. N. D., and Alfred B.
Welch, field manager of the Hackney
Boynton Land company, St. Paul.
The only witnesses of the ceremony
were Mrs. Frank A. Briggs of Bismarck,
N. D., Mrs. Bessie Briggs-Pope, whose
husba nd is the first lieutenant of. the
Eighth United States Infantry stationed
at Nome, Alaska, Harry A. Hunter and
J. T. Mannix of Minneapolis. After the
ceremony an elaborate luncheon was
served. In the evening Mr. and Mrs.
Welch left to spend two weeks in New
York, before going to the beautiful
residence in Bismarck, recently purchased
by the bride, where they will make their
home.
Miss Olga Beliot Forsyth and Emil C.
Loetacher were married last evening at
the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. H. B.
Chase, 3129 Fifth avenuen S. The serv
ice was read by a brother-in-law of the
bridegroom, Rev. H. L. Funk of St. Paul.
The bride wore a gown of white crepe de
chine with a veil of tulle.
In the hall goldenrod and golden glow
gave a touch of color to the green and
pink sweet peas brightened the parlors
and ding-room.
After the ceremony an informal recep
tion was held and a number of the in
timate girl friends of the bride assisted in
serving refreshments.
In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Loetacher
.left for the east, where they will spend
a few weeks. After Oct. 1 they will be at
home at 3223 Fifth avenue S.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F .
Kloehn was the scene of a pretty wed-
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Parlor Brooms.232:~...,J8c
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Blackberry Brandy S
Claret
Evan's Ale SrudaL^mp!rted'.$l.40
Grape Juice &.....?..." 38c
1 Pike, per lb 10c
Halibut Steak, 'per lb 12c
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THURSDAY EVENING,
ding last evening when their daughter.
Miss Emma Kloehn, became the bride of
Dr. Hugh R. Schofleld of Greenwood, Wis.
,The rooms were tastefully decorated and
a bank of green dotted with flowers made
a pretty setting for the bridal party.
Miss Carrie Kloehn attended her sister
and the best man was,William J. McGov
rn. Rev. Frederick Watson Hart read
the service-
After the ceremony a collation was
served in the dining-room. Dr.' and Mrs.
.Schofleld will make their home in Green
wood. Wis., whe re Dr. Schofleld has es
tablished a practice. The bride was a
former teacher in the city schools. Mrs,
Schofleld of Greenwood, mother of the
bridegroom, was present at the wedding.
Tuesday evening the marriage of Miss
Vinnie Taber and John Jacobson was
quietly solemnized at the home of Mrs.
White. 60 West Sixteenth street. The
service, read by Rev. Frederick Watson
Hart, was witnessed by twenty of the in
timate friends and relatives. An informal
reception was held after the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson will make their
home at 1236 First avenue N. ..,
Announcement has been made of the en
gagement of Charles S. Whitmore, a
former Minneapolis newspaper man, and
Mabel McBain t daughter of Hugh McBain
of Sleepy Eye. The wedding will take
place Wednesday. Mr. Whitmore is one
of the publishers of the Sleepy Eye Her
ald.
Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. O. G.
Peterson entertairfed a anumber of Mr.
Peterson's friends at a stag dinner. Cov
ers" wore laid for six. Garden flowers
furnished a charming decoration on the
table. -"
Tuesday a number of the girl friends
of Miss Edna Carter arranged a box party
in her honor. In the evening Miss Cora
Hyser entertained at dinner. Covers
were laid for twelve and the guests were:
Misses Mary Sprinckhorn, Enid DeVine,
Daisy McNally, Clover L a Fae, Messrs.
Tom Lenhart, George Jones, E d O'Reilly,
Jack Preston, Bert Armstrong, Harry Mc
Cormick.
The engagement of Miss Edith Hermion
Denny and Richard Nathaniel Fager has
been announced. The marriage will take
place- next month.
Mrs. W . H. Howell of.101 E Twenty
seventh street entertained yesterday aft
ernoon at a thimblebee for Mrs. E. M.
Hitchcock who leaves next week to make
her home in Northfield. In the parlor
pink sweet peas and ferns furnished
dainty decorations. A large basket filled
with goldglow and ferns stood on the
table in the dining room and the yellow
flowers were used about the room. Each
one of the twenty-five guests embroidered
her name on a ribbon, either rose or green
in color which will be used in making a
remembran ce cushion.
During the afternoon Miss Helen Hal
lowell sang several selections.
Mr. and Mrs. August Bergstrom enter
tained very pleasantly last evening in
honor of the birthday of Miss Mabel Berg
strom and Ben Bergstrom. Sweet peas
and goldenrod were used in the floral
decorations. During the evening Miss
Irene Jacobson gave several piano selec
tions. The guests enjoyed playing cards
and dancing. Refreshments were served
late in the evening.
Among the guests were Misses Blanche
and Ada Sirois, Mae and Temperance
Cochran, Jose Loberg, Hilda Erickson.
Agnes and Gertrude Hoagland. Signa and
Gertrude Anderson Messrs. J. B. Sirois,
Ned Welch, Fred G. Jackson, Charles and
Ernest Hoagland, Field, Stevens, Erick
son, Brough. Mr. and Mrs. Z. A. Cochran
and Mrs. J. Z. Cochran.
Mrs. George Crozier of Fifth avenue en
tertained Tuesday evening at a linen
shower for Miss Blanche Piers. Mossed
pink and white sweet peas were used in
the decorations. A cobweb and candles
decided the fates of the twenty-five guests.
The bride was truly showered with the
dainty parcels which the young ladies
threw, from the stairs where they had
assembled. Mrs. May Lee Bly and Miss
Jennie May Piers gave readings.
To-morrow afternoon Mrs. W. H. Mor- Responsible for two recent weddings in
gan of Portland avenue will be hostesses
at a parcel shower for Miss Piers.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
C. O. Jolmson returned from Nerr York this
morning.
Mrs. ]'. Monahan has returned from a five
weeks' tour in the erst.
Mrs. George P. Gould of 315 Ontario street SE
has returned from Denver, Col.
Plymouth camp, No. 1016, B.. N. A., will give
an ice cream social and dance to-morrow evening,
at their hall, 240 Tenth avenue N.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Armstrong of Central ave
nue returned yesterday from the east.
Mrs. A. T. Ankeiiy and Mrs. E. A. Mathews
have returned from a three weeks' visit to Be
midji.
Mrs. Charles O. Johnson and daughter, Marlon,
are visiting a few days in Detroit on their return
from the east.
Palestine chapter. O. E. S., will give a card
party to-morrow afternoon at 2:30 on the sixth
floor at the Masonic Temple.
Mrs. Blanche Blake E. Tunstead, who has been
spending the summer with relatives in Cana.da,
returned to the city last week.
Mrs. Alice Y. Bordwell, chairman of the Ama
ranth card party committee, announce that the
next card party will be held Thursday, Sept. 10.
A. C. Paul, president of the Commercial Club,
has returned with Mrs. Paul after a vacation
trip to Banff, Seattle and other western points.
Northwestern people at New York hotels are:
MinneapolisManhattan, J. O. Wcldt: Holland,
E. G. Hay. Winona, Minn.Grand Union, P.
Watkihs.
The young people of the Elim Presbyterian
church will give an ice cream social to-morrow
evening at the home of Miss Huttner, 3013
Twenty-eigtuth avenue S.
Misses Minnie and Mattie Swan of Helena,
Mont., fire guests of Mrs. Walter H. Johnson
at the home of her father, J. H. Johnson. They
will make at tour of the eastern cities.
Mrs. P. Yotter, who has been visiting in
Cloquet and Duluth the past five weeks, is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. A. M. Kennerson. She
will return to Faribault this week.
Mrs. Harrison and daughter, Miss Marcia Har
rison of the Waldorf, have returned from a
three months' visit In Spokane, Wash. They
visited in the Yellowstone park on their way
home.
KPV. Carey- E. Morgan of Paris, Ky., for
merly pastor'of the Portland Avenue Church of
Christ, and his son Walter are the guests of
Dr. and Mrs. David Owen Thomas, 520 Bidg
wood avenue. - -
An invitation is extended to the Minneapolis
chapters and St. Paul chapters of the O. E. S.
to attend the picnic which will be given to-mor
row at Wildwood under the auspices of the Min
nehaha chapter.
Bishop I. W. Joyce will leave to-morrow for
points in Illinois, Indiana, Tennessee and Ken
tucky, where he will preside over conferences of
the Methodist church. The bishop will be ab
sent two months. ^ .
The Nightingale Euchre club met Tuesday eve
ning at the home of Mrs. Blunt. Miss Green and
Miss Galbreath won prizes. Mrs. Blunt will en
tertain the club at its next meeting at her home,
2729 Third street N. .
Sweet Clover hive of the Ladies of .the Macca
bees will give a dance to-morrow evening in
the A. O. U. W. hall, 15 Seventh street S.
Koon's orchestra. will, furnish music during the
evening. Refreshments will be served.
Ben Johnson, who. was for several months a
popular member of the Ferris stock company,
has gone*to New York and begun rehearsals
with the company that will play Verbeck's
"Near the Throne," a Napoleonic play, in which
he has an important and congenial role.
Wadsworth Harris, an actor who has been a*
frequent visitor in the city and has made a
wide circle of personal friends, has spent the
summer at ' Calais. Me., and at Bar Harbor.
He. will continue this season with Louis James
and Frederick Warde, who are to put on "Alex
ander the Great" with an all-star cast. Re
hearsals for the season have already begun.
e stones.
Sweet Potatoes & 25c
Cabbage heafe
25c 30c per basket.
R..A Bartlett, just right forrpre-
rBOiS serving:, per peck
Egg Plums SIera:.pe
32 c
2 c
^ 6 c
Hubbard Squash Ss\ri.pc'....7c
Watermelons SET 20c
bunches
Home-grown, 5-lb. baskets
Valley Creamery, best
made, Yi gallon jars...
Butferine Sffl.^ . .
, 10c
$1.05
...24c
Home made, quart
bottles Oatsup'^^^.Zy.lZWc Olive Oi l 3KSS??!!?::* $1.26
flfiffna Our celebrated Piskwick
SOap 10largebars 3 O C
DIIQIKIAI or Ammonia, C
BlUing quart bottles Q G
98c
ffr4
^.J^.^.^IZ'MQ
Ml U i A |# A u Sherwood, Maryland'
, iff IllSIVCJ mous rye, l $ I
Old CrowTuSey:ful"quartss
fa-80c
$ I
fu
A.
S A DAAV made from best Bohemian
D . Ill D6r hops, per case0ft R A
of 3doz. quarts or 2doz. pints ...WfcillU
Export Beef Round Steak, per lb..i2%c
' Export Beef Pot Roast3 8 to 10c
Salmon Steak, per lb 10c
Choice "Veal Rcasts 10 to 12c
Choice Veal Stews, per lb. 7c
] Pqrk Loin Roasts or Chops........12% c
Extra Choice White Pish, per lb... .12c
Trout, per lb lie
Buy a Dunlap Hat.
.They are exclusive. Barnaby's.
Carey's Magnesia Cement Roofing,
The only roofing - material that grows
better with age. Try it. W. S. Nott
Company. Both phones, 376.
Fall Dunlap Hats Sold ' ''*"
Only at Barnaby's, Fourth and Nicollet.
- Awful Loss of Life v
Follows neglect of throat-and'lung dis
eases, taut Dr. King's New Discovery
cures such troubles or no pay. 50c, 51.00.
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THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
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m#|f BASEMENT
SALESROOM
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10td!5 SMts'fdf YdtingMM
to withstand the knocks of hard usage. Being carefully tailored they are shapely and fit particularly
well. There is a large selection of both staples and fancy mixtures.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. George of Falrview
entertained at a launch par ty last week,
making a complete tour of the lake and.
stopping at Hotel Del Otero for dinner.
In the party were J. T. Dreger of Buffalo,
N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dreger, Mrs.
Arthur Stremel, Master Walter Strefnel
and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. George. - *
Sunday a par ty of the Lfnwood colony
made an interesting trip into one of the
little-visited bays of the upper lake in
search of the rare lotus lilies found "there.
The Ypsilanti carried the par ty on their
delightful exploring trip. Those partici
pating . were the families and guests of
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Hawkins. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Meyer and Mrf and Mrs. David
Stanford.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McWade will enter
tain a party of their lake* friends with
a corn roast -on Saturday evening at their
country home pn Christmas lake.
Mrs. George West at West Point, Tonka.
Bay, entertained at a thimblebee yester
day afternoon. About fifty guests from
around the lake were present. The board
veranda was decorated with goldenrod
and sunflowers arranged at each post,
presenting a beautiful appearance. As the
weather was unpleasant the guests were
entertained in the house.
Miss Jeanette Welch of Wildhurst en
tertained seventeen of her young friends
with a hayrack party the other evening.
The par ty drove to Minnewashta. The
l5arty was given In celebration of little
Miss Welch's eleventh^birthday.
Misses Dorothy McGee and*, Beatrice
Wilcox gave a corn roast on the beach
at Wildhurst the other evening, to w.hich.
the young people offt that community were
invited. About twelve were present and
the event was much enjoyed.
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Men's Shirts, 33c.
Men's soft front shirts in pretty striped
percales, all colors and sizes, some shirts
have two separate collars, all'have 3 3
attached cuffs, regular 75c shirts . . *# JC
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4 All Sizes U to 20. , " .
Coming when you need them most, this great sale of Young Men's Suits
should be of unsurpassing interest. Many of these suits are hand-tailored
throughout, are serge-lined and of such desirable patterns of fancy chevi-
ots and worsted as to ifc every way merit their former price. . '.
Then there are many staple blues and blacks of $7.50 and $8 50 range
that we have marked $5 in order that the assortment may be complete
and your choice unlimited.
Boys' Norfolk and Two-Piece Suits, $2.95.
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All Sizes.
Our great sale of these 45c Knee Pants
will continue until this lot of 1000 pairs
is gone. They are all wopl, seams are
taped and they have the patent
waistband- * ,'Price
All boys' wash suits, formerly selling np to $3, go now
in Basement salesroom at 45c these are all the season's best
styles and wash fabrics, and the suits are well worth A *
buying for next season. Choice . . . ... TSC
Boys' Waists, 15c.
Boys' school waists made Qf fancy percales in all manner
of color combinations3ome with collars, others wfth .* #
plain band for white collar. Regular 50c,waists . 15C
Men's Underwear at 25c.
Just received, a manufacturer's entire line of medium weight underwearit consists of
shirts and drawers of balbriggan, both plain and fancy and in several different colorsall
garments are exceptionally well made and will fifesome of'the drawers are double j g
seated. Regular 50c ones, for Thursday, only ..,.....,. uOv
Men's Suspenders, 12&c.
Men's union made suspendersgood
strong elastic webmetal buckles and can
tab ends. Regular 25c suspenders -i %
in Basement Salesroom ....... X62C
.. i . - Age 6 to U. - . f
New fresh fall styles which have been priced very low,- even for our
Basement Salesroom, The fabrics are made from long fibred wool, so as
Boys' Knee Pants, 19c. ff f Boys' Wash Pants, 15c.
- All the odds and ends left from our stock of Boys'
Wash Pants have been assembled on one table and
until they are gone /our choice15c. There are'
white ducks, fancy ducks, chambrays, linens and
crasha superior pant in many ways, worth up .- .*
to $1.00. Choice. ............. 15C
19c
Boys' Wash Suits, 4Sc.ii?
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LAKE MINNETONKA
Minnetonka and its romantic beauty is
two widely separate sections of the
country that will bring to Minne
apolis two brides. Hotel St. Louis
was the scene of the .meeting
of the young people, -Miss Dorothy
Zeitler, who was married Aug. 21 at
Punxsutawney, Pa., to Virgil Dawson, and
Miss Helen Cunningham, who wedded
Gus L. Wade in Chicago, July 28. Mr.
Dawson is clerk at Hotel Nicollet and
Mr. Wade is a traveling man. They were
together much and while spending a few
days at Lake Park last summ er attended
a hop at Hotel St. Louis. There they met
the young women and their fates were
promptly sealed. Before the young won\en
left the summer resort in the fall they had
agreed to return as brides, which they
have now done.
ME S. Wade was formerly a resident of
St. Paul, and her father, William Cun
ningham, is a member ol the firm of
Cunningham Brothers, woolen manufac
turers, having offices in Chicago and St.
Paul. * Mr. and Mrs. Wade will live at
Hotel Hyser. Mr. and Mrs. Dawson will
live at the Nicollet. ---.-
The marriage of Miss Bertha B. Bull,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bull, to
Burt Francis Lum, will take place Tues
day evening''at the summer home of the
bride's parents at Meadville. The cere
mony will take place at 7 o'clock in the
presence of only the family and a few
friends. From 8 to 10 there will be a re
ception. Mr. and Mrs. David L. Boyn
ton of Dennison, Iowa, have already ar
rived for the wedding and are at the Bull
cottage. There will be a large house par ty
of relatives, the members of which will
include Miss Mary Clark, Bertha Hall
and Isabelle Knox of Cedar Rapids, and
Mrs. DeWitt' Pelton of New York.
Mr. Lum is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
S. O. Lum, whose summer home Is at
Solberg's Point. i
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Judge and Mrs. Simpson of Wildhurst
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2 Men's Hats, *1..-
One dollar, a popular priceearly Fall stylesa special
offer of 65 dozen soft hats, all new, stylish shapes and m
colors. Your choe ^ 1
35c Boys' Golf Caps, 19c.
Boys' and children's plain* and assorted golf caps in all-
Wool patterns, best Italian serge lined, including a line of
children's straw sailors and boys' yacht straw hats,
worth 50e, for only
Men's Hose, 10c.
Men's fancy cotton half hose in lace point,
drop stitch effects, plain colors with silk em
broidered clocks and lots of fancy stripes
all are the season's best novelties and . ^
are regular 25c hose, Basement price XUC
Men's Neckwear, 10c.
Men's neckwear made up from short ends
of silk used for making regular 50c .-**
neckwear. All colors, choice . . . JLUC
"Ghe plymovith. Clothing House, Sixth and Nicollet.
- " k - ^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 Ladfes.
entertained at dinner Saturday evening.
Mrs. Knappen and Mrs. Garland of Wild
hurst were.present, and-the other guests
were from Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Emery gave a family
house party over Sunday at their cottage
at Meadville Park. There were about
fifty guests, including Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Caton and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Timmo ns and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Emery and family, Miss Cox of Le Mars.
Mo.
Lake Doings.
Miss Ora Ives is visiting the Misses Lyman at
Linwood for a week.
Mrs. Dora Somes, from Chicago, is at West
Point for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank.D. Larrabee returned Tues
day to Hotel Keewaydiu.
Beatrice Hawksett is visiting Helen Huyck at
her summer home in Linwood.
Mrs. R. B. Thompson is a guest for the week
of Mrs. B. N. Thompson at Linwood.
Dr. W. S. Briggs of St. Paul was a guest of
Dr. E. R. Perkins of Excelsior Tuesday.
Mrs. Mork and-Miss Lillian Mork of Owatonna
are for a couple of weeks at West Point.
Misses Bessie and Marie Russell, of Kansas
CWy, are at Hotel Keewaydln for a week.
Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Bennett have closed their
summer home at Tonka Bay' and returned home.
G. R. Lyman of Minneapolis has bought the
Nelson cottage at Linwood for his summer home.
Mrs J. A. Brush and son left Monday for De
troit, where they will remain for a number of
weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivor W. Chambers and family
are at West Point for the remainder of the
summer.
' The Lily Social Club will give its fifth lake
excursion Sunday. 'There will be music and
dancing.
Mr. and Mrs. Piatt Lyon entertained Mr. and
Mrs. John Duuwoody over Sunday at their Wild
hurst home.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert van Etten, who have
been for several weeks in Excelsior, returned
to-day to the city.
Miss Rachel Holdrldge, of Meadville, enter
tained Miss Laura Hoag, of Minneapolis, at her
lake home Tuesday.
Miss Mary Geesaman, who has been a guest
of the Misses Lyman for several days, returned
to the city yesterday.
Mrs. E. D. Benedict, from Tonka Bay, Is
spending a few days in the city. She will re
turn Saturday to the lake.
. John Kingan of Kansas, who owns a pleasant
cottage at Wildhurst, is making some extensive
Improvements in his grounds.
Mrs. P. C. Mckinley and daughter, Marian,
of Philadelphia, are spending the week with
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Jones, of Meadville.
Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Scott, of Louisville, Ky.,
will arrive to-morrow to visit at the home of
Mr. ande Mrs. T. J. Hassett, of Meadville.
Mrs. William* H. Rhodes, of Webster Grove,
Mo., is spending a few days at the summer home
of Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Cone, at Meadville.
Mrs. L. Hayes and daughter and Mr. and Mrs.
P. Rauen were guests of Mr. aud Mrs. E. D.
Ortmau at Koyz Kottage in Linwood yesterday.
Mrs.' G. H. Tennant of Wildhurst Is enjoying
a, visit from her nieces, Miss Agnes Griswold of
Minneapolis and Miss Jessie Cribb of Milwaukee.
Edmund Eichhorn is spending a week at Kozy
Kottage in Linwood. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Eich
horn spent to-day with Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ort
mau. , -
Mrs. W. J. Hoit and daughter, Dorothea, ar
rived . Tuesday in Excelsior to-spend a week or
two at Mrs. McGrath's. Mr. Hoit will be with
them on Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. A. T. Fowler, of Chicago, are
guests at the home of H. W. Jones, of Mead
ville. Miss Mary Jones is entertaining her
friend, Miss Sarah Bates, of Minneapolis, this
week.
A. D. Clarke, of Algona, Iowa, has been a 1*6-
cent guest of D. C. Filklns, of Willowwood.
Mrs. Briggs, of Bismarck, N. D., and her daugh
ter, Mrs. Pope, are guests of Mr. Filkins this
week.-
-Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Connors of Chicago, who
have been spending the summer at Tonka Bay,
left yesterday. They will start Saturday for
New York, where" they will make their home
next year.
Miss Anna Caldwell, of Lincoln, Neb., is spend
ing a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cald
well, on Gideon's bay. Miss Jennie Boyle, of
Princeton, Minn., spent a few days with Mr. aud
Mrs. Caldwell recently.
The Misses Foster yesterday left Tonka Bay
Hotel, where they have made the summer pleas
ant for' the guests at the lake. They will spend
about a week at Hotel Aberdeen, in St. Paul,
and then return to "Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Stacy, entertained Mrs.
Floe Webfeter and the Misses In* and Frances
Perkins, of Minneapolis, over Sunday. Miss M.
E. Harris, of Howard Lake, has arrived to be a
guest at the Stacy home for a few days.
AUGUST 27/ 1903.^
$ 5
Men's Suits, $7.50.
It is rather a remarkable opportunity that enables
a man to secure at $7.50 an absolutely all-wool suit,
a suit that is hand-tailored throughout, is serge lined,
is sewed with silk thread and is as carefully fashioned
into shape as those usually sold at $10 and $12.
But this is just what our Basement store is going to
do tomorrow. The suits are all new this fall and are
good full lines of from 12 to 15 suits each.
Most of these lots consist of suits mede up especially
for us during the dull summer months when the best
factories are willing to make great concessions in
price in order to keep their tailors busy.
Suits that other stores offer at $10 and $12we
have sold thousands at $10tomorrow qgn C/\
the balance of 300 . . . . . . . /.DU
Men's Pants. $2.
A lot of men's pants made from imported flan
nels, homespuns, fine worsteds and cheviots, former prices $4, $5,
$6 and some $7. Tomorrow in Basement salesroom
Just about two dozen left from the lot placed on sale yes-
terday they are for the most part plain black taffeta, al-
though there are still some very pretty pale blue a~ -
ones. Regular $5 and $6 waists. Basement . . . ^Z.50
Women's Shirt Waist Suits,
Just a few left from our big sale of the past season. These
suits have been the most popular garments of this great bar-
gain center and, doubtless you have heard your friends dis-
cussing them. They are fine white lawn with trimmings of
embroidery or insertion and are worth as high as $1.50, &*
to close out the lot, choice . , '. , . 1
and Mrs. Stacy will leave for Washington, D.
C, early in October. -
Mrs. A. E. Norton entertained yesterday some
of her friends for the day at her summer home
at Tonka Bay. Her guests were Mrs. J. Stoft,
Mrs. E. Knoblauch, Miss Emily Knoblauch, Miss
Etta Knoblauch and Mrs. von Ende.
Mrs. W. H. Merriman, of Meadville, has been
entertaining a number of friends lately, among
them being Mrs .Arthur Hope Jones, of Minne
apolis. Miss Meta Grandy, of Sioux City, and
Miss Louise Dickey, of Kansas City.
Mr. and Mrs. F. McClain, of Minneapolis, spent
Sunday at the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. F.
B. Rowley, at Meadville. Messrs H. McNaughton,
of Minneapolis, and Valk, of Chicago, were also
guests at the Rowley home this week. ' "
Mrs. H. M. Ruby, who has been spending the
summer at Lake Minnetonka, will leave for her
home in Macon, Mo., to-morrow. Mrs. C. II.
Anderson, who has spent the summer with her,
will leave at the same time for Fort Smith, Ark.
Among the friends whom Mr. and Mrs. John
B. Lee, Jr., have entertained during the past
few days are: Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jordan,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Saxton, Mrs. J. H. Bishop,
Mrs. R. H. Loudon and Mr. and Mrs. R.Katybelle- E. Haw
kins OKMIS-
C\
weeks,KhavnW
e returnedr to Minneapolis,
orf^f w?b
White Lawn Waists, 35c.
Women's white lawn waists, most all large sizeswaists
left from regular $1.50 and $2 lines. While they ~ -
last, only
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BAZAAR IN A STABIE
Fancy Booth Decorated With Shamrock
Flags Presented by Sir Thom
as Lipton.
Mamaroneck, N. Y., Aug. 27.Society
people from Mamroneck, Quaker Ridge,
Larchmo nt and Orienta attended a novel
orinetal bazaar which was held this af
ternoon in the new $100,000 stable at Ver
gemere, country estate of A. C. Bostwick,
the millionaire automobilist on Orienta
Point for the benefit of the Mamroneck
free kindergarten association. It was the
intention of Mr. and Mrs. Bostwick to
hold the fete on the lawn overlooking the
sound, but the weather was so threaten
ing that the large riding court in the
stable was trarasferred into an oriental
hall. One of the pretty booths was decor
at ed with American and English flags en
twined wjth Shamrock flags which were
presented to Mrs. Henry Siegel by Sir
Thomas Lipton. I t was called the "fancy
booth," and was presided over by Lady
Swettenham of England, Mrs. Siegel, Miss
Georgine "Wilde and Miss Julia. Siegel. The
doorkeeper was Mrs. A. M. McGregor,
widow of the Standard oil millionaire.
Mrs. A. C. Bostwick looked after the ice
cream table.
- An interesting feature of the afternoon
was a raffle of an auto and a large model
of the Reliance, conducted by Mr. Bost
wick. The yacht was won by R. H. War-*
ren, who paid 48 cents for his chance.
Cha l and Mis s
Chadwell have been guests of Mrs. F. C. Mc
Mullen, at Meadville, this week. Mr. McMul
len returned yesterday from Oshkosh. where he
witnessed some of the races in which his son's
boat, the Highlander, took partle
Harry Warden arrived from Macon, Mo., a few
days ago with three friends from that place.
They took the launch Florence, of which Mr
Wardell is half owner, and went to the upper
lake on a fishing expedition which will occunv
several days.
Woodgrove Inn at Linwood is a llvelv place.
Miss Julia Harrington and Miss Jennie Crainsle
arrived Monday and will spend two weeks. Mis*
Margaret. Kelley came Saturday to stay a week.
Mrs M. Matheson is a guest for a week. - Miss
Ivatherine and Marie Roeder, were there
for two est '
The Signal of Distress.
Ms -
Jwhol - Russell, Mis s
S. Mitchell, Miss Mendenhall, Mrs. Sawver Mr
and Mrs.
W.TP.o
Whites of eyes and skin yellow show
liver trouble and jaundice. Dr. King's
New Life Pills cure or no pay. Only 25c.
IJall, Dick Ferris, Edna Ntai-
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et
R
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w -
F- decker. Gertrude
Sans Souci. S.anJ.Mr8-D- Coppage, H. G. Bradbury, Mr.
and Mrs. J.Dr A. Larimore, Mrs. Plimpton K. W :
Smiatf,n
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p
r,
H ' P"Penter, Rollin E
Smith, W. G. Clare. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Towi
send Miss Vera M. Townsend. Mr. and Mrs
Weed Munro, Air. andM Mrs. W. C.. Burleicii Mr
and
Mrs./
W.I Minneapolis $'. uta
ni-^Sf6
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W "H.Freeman,
thr P :
Helent DockeryV,
$24.75 Toronto and Back $24.75.
Via Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railway on Aug. 28 to Sept. 7, return
limit Sept. 7. Tickets 328 Nicollet ave
nue, Minneapolis.
r - ^ d Mrs G. L. Whip ^
pie.Marion Iowa
Dr.
C. P.
Shewey,e
L. S. Johnston, Austin,c 111. L. G. Merta Miss
Ace A Mertx.CChicago Mr.* and Mrs HamSer
Llla and1*8Julia Hampler, Miss Grace Quick %t
rftv-
Rokone
A/,
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B
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E -Ne, Hele n Nac Kansa s
City Mr 'and Mrs. J. F. Sullivan, Misses Jose
phine and
SHATTUCK SCHOOL.
St. Louis M and
and" Mrs.B
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Sh^*
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uii u iurs . i-j. bmith. Mr. and Mrs n a
Cairns jiaye had as their guests Mrs. II H Wil
kin and Faris B. Wilkins of Decatur, 111
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The Great Preparatory School for
boys of the Northwest two hours south of
the Twin Cities has delisrhtful location, beau
tiful grounds and a splendid RTOUP of build
ings. Its standard of instruction and trainute
bring- the advantages of the best Eastern
schools near the home of Western parents.
Only boys of excellent character, with honor
able dismissal from schools are eligible.
Limit 160, faculty 18 all experienced men
classes small four courses of study college
preparation a specialty. Opens September
15th. Boys 7 to 12 years in separate ideal
schools. Parents of promising boys desiring:
collegre or business traininur are invited to
visit it. Beautiful catalogue and illurtrated
booklet mailed on application. Address,
REVJAME S DOBBIN, Reotor.
CLUB NOTES.
The Comoh Avenue'W.' C. T. TJ. will meet to
a?ernue'sE.t
M
Wo ^ ' * " "eTeenth
The Francis Neal c T V n-m w/?
Mi' HoVrr4
TW.
W a"^"^^!
or Mrs. 302 James avenue S, at 3
G. Calderwood, J. M.n Anderson.
The Primary Sundalye School Teachers' union
will meet to-morrow at 2:S0 at theT V P A
\t^muynH
taTu
Th
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sso
wi
n be"tau3ht bv
Mrs . . O. Roberts and Miss Grace Longfellow
Thei/Sfll h
n B ? Chicago Summer -School."
mere win beP a social hour, during which lifht
refreshments will be served.
- , -What's Finer
Than a Dunlap Hat? Barnaby's.
Via the Soo Line, Boston and Return
$33.00.
Dates of sale Aug. 25 to 29 Inclusive
Ticket office 119 Third street S.
T. r of Lake Minnetonka, 90 Cents.
That's all it costs to go to Minnetonka
and back, with a tour of the lake included.
Get tickets via the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul Railway. Office, 328 Nicollet
avenue, and Milwaukee station.
e
- A SKIN OP BEAUTY 13 A JOY FOREVER, "1
DR
What's Finer
Than a Dunlap Hat? Barnaby's.
Via the Soo Line, New York and Return
$25.00.
Dates of sale Aug. 25, 26, 27, 28 and ^9
Ticket office 119 Third street S.
. T . FELIX GOURAUD'8 ORIENTAL
CREAM, O R MAGICAL. BEAUTIFIKR
Remores Tan. Pimples, Freckles,
Mothi Patches,yRath, anaoSkin
2i
v -
Fall Dunlap Hats Sold
Air? 1 Only at Barnaby's, Fourth and Nicollet.
fl-1
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LJ Defective Page i
BASEMENT
SALESROOM.
Men's Pants, $98c.
All wool cheviots, cassimers and flannels, short lots from regular $2, $2.50 and
$ 3 lines. Basement price
Odd Coats, 50c. -
Men's light weight coats, alpaca, crash and
flannelformer prices $1.50, $2 and $3 .*-
Now in Basement... . . . . , 50C
Alpaca and Linen Dusters, 50c.
The correct coat for automobiling or traveling
can b worn by either men or women.
19c Pricee 50^C
Women's Silk Waists,
$2.50.
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TieLittleTl$o}
So with your Home Furnishing. \
It is frequently the little things that I
jar the harmony of the whole room, j
A little touch here and a little]
change there makes the perfect!!
harmony. It's our business to ad4 j
just these little things.
We also know just how to take)
care of trie larger things. B e it one t
room or a whole house, when done \ i
by us you will find the same artistic]
touch applied. Our new Fall Stock j
comprises all the latest Fabrics foi, j
Wall decorationsDraperies foij |
doors and windowsBed Hangings! j
etc.Mahogany Furniture in correct r
re-productions of the Old Colonial-
stylesMission Furniture in Weath
ered Oak, Fumed Oak and Antwerp
finishesMahogany and Brass Bedf
Oriental and Domestic RugsI
and Prices no higher than you woulc
pay elsewhere for things of inferioi
style and quality.
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98c
A
$ 1.
W E D O THING S RIGHT
Moore&ScriTei
Correct Home Furnishers
and Decorators,
111-713 Nicollet Ave.
Hotel Waver I
Would You Like to Live
the Hotel Waverly -
This Winter? [
Come Now and Select Your Rooms, g
W. A. FISHER. Hlgr. *
tttiEKwoor
es0
" *nA ever blockis h n beauty-dli .
^"""^^ anddeflesdetoetlon.lt
lias stoodthe test of &i
rears, and Is so barm'
less we taste it to bo
gf/fsnre It Is properly
~^f made. Accept no
counterfeit of similar j
name. Dr. L. A. Bay* '
re sold to a lady of th*
haut-ton (a patient): j
"As yonladlesir111 ate
them, I recommend
A superior school of Mnslc, Dra:
Languages. Under direct supervision
William H. Sherwood, the great Ameri
Pianist. leading Musicians and Artists
all departments.
MUSICAL DIRECTORS
William H. Sherwood Walter Spry
Arthur Beresford Mrs. GeneWere Clark
Mrs. Stacey Williams y - Daniel Protheroe
Adolph Rosenbecker *WWm. Apmadoc
Resetter G. Cole Mme. Ida Serven. School of Dftm
For neatly illustrated booklet write J
tOUIS EVANS. Manager, 303 Michigan Aye.. Cttktgc
' aourai'i Orem*
M tbo least harmfulol i
all tbo Skin prepare,- -
ttons/'FornlebyolI j
BrugffUts and Fancy
*V Goods Dealers in the
^ TJ. S., Canadas, and Enrop*.
VERD.T. HOPKINS, Prop'r, 37 GreatJones St.. N.Y.
IRON-O X
TINY TONIC TABLETS
an unequalled Hot "Weather -tonic.
5 0 Tablets-25 cents.
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R.OCK
RIDGE HALL
A SCHOOL FOrj
BOYS
AT
WELLESLE\1MASS. HILLS,
Address Capt. G. W,
Burke, 1201 Fifth S*,
S. E. Minneapolis.
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