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No Mistake About It
You buy Dress Accessories at Picker
ing's, and you get the best for t*ie
least money every time. W are proud
of our goods and it is a pleasure to
show them to you.
Grand value and lots of stvle in our
new pure silk umbrella, with hand
some lace effect border, black, navy
blue, green, garnet or Ql) A
brown. Bach tpfcivU
See the New Parasols
25c quality net and silk veiling, 18
inches wide black, navy, black 4C
and white, brown. Yard I
See the NMV Laces and Ready-to
Wear veils just the best of
all th good ones.
Ask for the Glove that wears the
"crown Spring weight pique or Cape
stock. The best ever for, tit 4 flfl
Kayser's Patent Finger Tipped silk
glebes, guarantee ticket with each
pair. New colors. Pair 50c. 0 4 ft ft
75c and M*UU
Fownes* English Suede Lisle gloves.
New colors. Pair 50c 1C
and IUi
Ask to 868 the new Shopping Bags.
This store excels in Good Hosiery.
More of those fine embroidered hose,
the kind the ladies are all talking
about The best possible for A 1 ft ft
the money. 3 pairs for vfiUU
New Spring Underwear assort
ments are complete.
Sash Girdles
Late novelty shirred Dolly Varden
ribbon giidles with sash. ft*) ft ft
Each 7 9iUU
New Leather, Silk and White Wash
Belts, new Dress Combs, Neck and
Sides to match, exclusive no\elties in
imported Belt Buckles, Necklaces, Hat
Pins, Auto and Veil Pins, Fans Every
piece priced to get your business.
Ask to see the New Ribbons.
New Neckwear
Embroidered Turnovers and 4 )1
Corliss Collars, each &21*
painty white stocks. These 0 A
are not the same, each
Lace Neckwear, Hand Embioidered
Stocks and Turnovers, Collar and Cuff
Sets, Lace Coat Sets, Ne Types of
fioYork bestwill
and New1
to see.
makers in Paris
that do you good
Linen Handkerchiefs
Initial handkerchiefs, pure linen men's
and women complete assort- AEJ.
ment of letters,25c value, 2 for ww
Handkerchiefs Initialed to Order.
White Skirts
Ladies* White Skirts, with handsome
embroidered ruffle, a splendid $2
\alue To intioduce the new ft 4 Cft
line, each wliQU
See the New White Goods.
Kabo Corsets of today exhibit the
highest perfection of corset manufac
ture W also Show complete assort
ments of the new models in R. &
Nemo and American Lady, also Ferris
and Ideal wafsts for children.
Corsets, .each, $1.00 0 ft A
Waists, each 25o
Po beautify the skin, elennse tho scalp, grow
'the hair, stop chafing, itching and Irritation, to
keep the delicate skin pure and sweet, especially
little babies, there's nothing like
I "A Breath of Pine Balsam in Every Cake."
Bleaicated, deodorizing, fragrant. Multitudes of
nromen say Harfln has no equal for every pur-
ose toilet, bat nursery. Aided by Skin-
all humor germs,
makes healthy scalp, rosy akin and beautiful hair.
Largo 25c. cakes, druggists'. Ask for Harflna Soap
and Skinhealth Treatment, 75c, druggists'. A
tingle trial will convince yon of the nnequaled
merits of these marvelous preparations. Refuse
substitutes. Mo soap is medicated like Harflna.
Manufactured by Philo Hay Specialties Co.,
Newark, N. J. Take nothing -without this
signature on jy, 92h
bluewrappert S &lC&GO> &CL
Sold bv Weinhold's (two stores), 6th & Nlcol
8d & 1st Voegeli Bros., 2-4 Wash, av S. South
601 Hennepin, Crowell, 1012 Hennepin. Larrab
Hermann, 400 2d av S- Sanderson's Pharm 828
ollet. Goodrich Tennings. Nicollet & Lake,
101 Wash, av S Sweet. 18th & Chicago av: Kr
av S Giay, 108 Bridge Sq Churchill. 15 Wash.
Bloomington, Wlttlch 1519 E Franklin av. Nor
Wilson Bros., 1500 20th av N. Dube. 230 20th a
av N, Coffin. 828 Plymouth. Hnhn. 98 Western a
at Breede & Erkel. 13th & Maine NE Rose, 3
a ir a
Get the Habit
Trade hereOthers Do.
Clothing at Ml Prices
For Young Men.
Big Men.
Little Men.
Stout Men.
Lean Men.
Older MeW.
The Misfit makes it possible for you
to save many dollars in hand tailored
garments, and in addition, alter to fit,
press' and repair, free of charge, as
often as you like, for one year.
Suits, $10 to $20.
Top*Coats, $8, $10, $12.50 and up
Cravenette Eain Coats, $10 to $20.
Trousers, $2, $2.50, $3 and upwards.
Vanilla, Peach, Lemon Ice.
Delivered to I qt.AQ
Sme We also pay prompt attention to
country orders for icecream in any
quantity, or flavor Our shipping de
partment is unexcelled.
2152d Av. S.B.
Telephones-T. C. 16194 and 16771.
N.W E. 24 and E. 312.
Then don't forget to save your pur
chase checks Every $10 00 worth en
titles you to 50c worth of merchandise.
The new TOIUC ECLIPSE hifocalq
now eclipse all others for practical util
ity as well as beauty. Let us show vou
all styles, we can furnish TOU anj, but
will guarantee the Torlc Eclipse as the
best double -vision spectacle made Your
Face with one of our perfect fit
ting E\ E GLASSES will be a bette*
advertisement for us, than our face and
no stock. We have the stock and the
finest stock of Optical goods Just
what you need also new and large line
Of KODAKS films chemicals, etc Let
us do your developing and finishing.
Eye Glass and Kodak Shop
624 Nicollet Ave.
Your wants, be they great or
small, can be filled quickly at a
small cost in The Journalonly lc
a word.
Do Not Become Tacky
Do Not Warp and Split Last Three Times as Long
And Always Look New
Screen Door Paint
Made in GREEN and BLACK
Ready for UseYo Can Apply I
Put up in Half-Pint. Pint, Quart, Half-Gal. and Gal. Cans
Minneapolis Distributors,
247-249 NICOLLET AV.,
Hardware, Cutlery, Tools, Kitchenware, etc.
Baby's Bath.
Hair Falling, Turning Gray OF
Faded, Restored by Hay's
Assisted by HARFINA SOAP to cleanse scalp,
instantly arrests dandruff, kills germs, stops hall
falling, promotes growth of thick, lustrous hal]
of the rich color and beauty of youth. Uil
Hairhealth -with Harflna Soap. It
Keens You looking Young
Large SOc. bottle, druggists'. Take nothing
Without PhUo Bay Specialties Co. signature.
Free Soap Offe X$A$?
Sign this, take to any of following druggists and
get 50c. bottle Hairhealth and 25c. cako Harflna
Medicated Soap, both for 50c. regular price 75c
or sent by Philo Hay Co., Newark, N. J., pre
paid, for 60e. and this adv.
Free soap not given by druggist -without this
entire adv. and SOc. for Hairhealth,
Name.... Uddress
let & West Hotel Thompson, 4th & Nicollet,
SideGamble & Ludwlg, 301 Hennepin Lane,
ee. 2300 Hennepin, Washbnrn, 3001 Hennepin,
Nicollet. ClrUer, 602 Nicollet Bush, 1220 Nlc
upper & Chamberlain. 800 10th Tjlllin Drug Co
uckeberg, 25th & 27th av Peterson. 1501 Wash
av S, Horn, 2835 Chi av Guiwltz &
th SideBlnjrenheimer. 642
x& 132 0 "N
N Danek, 1223 Wash, av N: Nasle, 1105 26th
v. East SideThompson, Wash av SE & Oak
Ladies' beautiful new
button Oxfords in pat
ent leather and new
brown tan kid, f
very swell $
Ladies' new ribbon tie
Oxfords, wide laces,
new patent leathers
and tan chocolate
kid.. Ladies' new tan Russia
calf Oxfords,extension
sole, Goodyear
District Meeting Discusses Arrange
ments for the Big State Meeting in
OctoberCommercial Club Will Give
Reception, and One Musical Evening
Will Be Provided."
A meeting of the club women* of the
fifth district was held yesterday after
noon at the directors' room of the pub
lic library. The announcement that
plans for entertaining the state federa
tio convention the fall would be
outlined and discussed brought out an
unusually large attendance for a meet
ing so late in the season.
The meeting was presided over by
Mrs. W. B. MacLean and Mrs. W. C.
Tubbs sang two songs to open the pro
giam. A talk on the scope of work of
mothers' clubs was given Tby Mrs. H. S.
Mrs. W. M. napkin's, chairman of the
general committee of arrangements, pre
sented a rough draft of the convention
New Oxfords
Children's Shoes
Misses' patent leather lace shoes,
sizesll^to2 Misses' tan Russia calf lace shoe,
sizesll%to2 Child's $1 25 red and blue shoes,
sizes 5 to 8
Infants' $1 red kid and blue kid shoes 60o
Men's SpringSuits at
it* I Jf) ps^Beautiful suits for
USfc I 5%u I particular dressers
yiftilVVin a
shades of gun-metal grays,browns and
blue, fine, hard finished, through-and
through worsteds fancy overplaids,
made in the hew double-breasted,
style or the long 4-button single.
Compare these suits
with $18 goods and
you will buy of us
4-DUtto smgie
Fancy Vests
Prettiest and newest Vests in town, in white,
tan, brown, gray and small 0A A
figures, at N IBW
Men's perfect fitting Underwear, in fancy
stripes and plain white, blue, BA^
brown and pink, at &!*rO
Men's heavy or light Working Pants, in gray
hairlines and blue cassimeres.fl* Jfc
Special O **0
Morris Chairs
Morris OhaireSee illustra
tion. Made of quarter-sawed
oak frame, cushions are up
holstered in the "best grade of
imported French velour, full
spring seat and back. This
chair is made especially for
the Hartman stores and is a
rare value 4*Q 7 WZ
Terms$1 down and $1 month.
plans. In ordi*|o secure the attend
ance of Mrs. Sarah Pla'tt Decker, presi
dent of the Geh'eraJ Federation of
Women's clubs, the convention will
come the third week in October. The
Commercial club, which assisted the dis
trict in securing the convention, will
give a large reception in' honor of the
delegates on the opening night. The
club will also provide a place of meet
ing, probably-the^-jFirst Baptist church,
and will assist, in arranging excursions
and other courtesies.,
A fih'a musical urogram will be given
one evening, and the proposition of
having this at the Auditorium in order
to show the visitors the new music hall
is being considered. All of the little
attentions dear to the hearts of visiting
women will be provided for with a fine
spirit of hospitality.
Every federated club is represented
in the following list of committees,
which was announced by Mrs. Hopkins:
1 Convention Committees.
General CommitteeMnies W. Hopkins,
E M. La Penotierc, W W. Sykes. O. B. Dick
enson, Heck McG. Meirlman, L. W. Gammons,
P. Qninby. J. A Crosby, H. D. Dickenson.
George U. Ricker. H. S. Birch
Ti asportationMmes W. Svkes, Disco,
S Wall ice, Ladies' Shaksnere, W. Hig-have
gins, Argosy A Jones, Progressive Study.
MusicMis. Geoige E Ricker.
PressMrs W Hopkins, Ramblers Martha
Scott Anderson, Toi'rlst,
EntertainmentMmes J. A. Crosby, Clio,
Andieas Ueland, Improvement league William
Passmore, lmpro\cment league E E. Smith,
Elective Study club, A Harrison, ^Elective
Study club, Nelson and Dr. Maigaret Koch,
Woman's Medical club, alternates
Infoimnl ReceptionMmes. E Dickenson,
Ladies' Snakspeie, O J. Evans, Nineteenth Cen
tuiy, S S Brown Thursday Musical, Noble Dar
low, Utopian, Gano Lewis, Disco, Charles Robin
son Poitland Avc-nue Historical, C. E Lvman,
Nineteenth Century I/. ShiUock, Young Ma
trons W. J. Moorhead, Lewis Parliamentary
New Oxfords.
Ladies' new brown Russia
calf Oxfords.new swing too
with rib-
bon laces..
Ladies' new patent
leather Oxfords, new
swine toe, wide rib
bon laces, also but
ton with dull top,
Ladies* new 3-button Oxfords, patent A E A
leather, plain vamp, dull quarter 9 4
Ohildraa's Shoes.
Child's $1 kid lace school shoeay sizes Si toll 73o
.Misses' $1.50 fine kid lace shoes, sizes UMi to 2 .880
Misses'new Tan Oxford Ribbon Ties 98o
the latest
These Celery Trays are of the
beautiful "Azmore" patternone of
the finest cut-glass patterns ever pro
duced. We have sold a number of
pieces of glassware in this famous
iesign, and now give you an oppor
tunity to add to your set.
These beautiful
corner chairs,
made in hand
polished a
hogany finish
frame choice
selection of im
ported FreWch
velours. Spe-
cial Hartman
Extra heavy ingrain O JB A
carpet, per yard lB*H*
Best quality all wool in- ECf*
grain carpet, per yard 33w
Extra heavy Brussels
carpet, per yard........
Wilton velvet car- A A A
pet, per yard Iflf
Superior grade Axminster ear-
Law George Hairison, Teacher* H. F, Brown,
Nineteenth Century.
HospitalityMmes. H. S. Birch, Neighbor
hood Currant Events, E. B. Cooke, Nature Study
J? T. Elwell, St Anthony Falls, Mart N. Hilt,
Clio G. G. Hyser, Study Club of Prospect
Park: E. Smith, Saturday Magazine.
HouseMmes. L. W. Gammons, Columbian
W. O. Winston, Current Events and Liteiary
W. I. Carpenter, Tuesday A. H. Kenyon. Tour
1st: Lewis Koch. Atawasios B. W. Smith, Co
terie C. G. Weston, Clio H. L. Day, Tourist
F. 3. Percival Sunnyside Literary H. Hal
lowell Friday History.
Decoration-"Mmes.' Heck McC. Merrlman, La.
dies* Shakspere Charles Fleming, Authors'
Study Fred Spafford, Argosy J. S. Proctor,
Travelers W. H. Kiik. Wednesday
Parson, Cassiopeia C. H. Frear, Pathtinders
A J. Baylej. Friday History Miss Geitrude
Sargent, Utopian.
PrintingMines. H. D. Dickinson, Disco: Fied
erick Wuitzbach, Travelers, J. C. Millard,
UshersMmes. T. F. Qninbv. Ramblers F.
Barnard Coterie Charles Bates, Cassiopeia
James Cowln, Lewis Parliamentaij Law.
ReceptionMmet E. M. La Penotlere, M.
Loring, Improvement League Fred R. Sails
bury, Authors' Study Richard Paul, Tiavelers.
Has Accepted Invitation to the Cadet
Ball at University Armory.
Governor and Mrs. John A. Johnson
accepted an invitation to attend
the military ball Monday evening given
by the officers of the university cadet
battalion. The cadets have also ex
tended a general invitation to the of
ficers at Fort Snelling.
The decorations in the armory, put
in place by the Woman's league for the
spring carnival tomorrow, will be used,
together with flags and other militarv
decorations. Uniforms will be worn by
the cadets and the officers who attend.
The ball will be an exclusive invitation
New Oxfords
Men's new $4 Oxfords, new
tan and patent leath- 0
er.new swing- toe ...fV
Men's new patent leather
button shoe, dull kid ft
top, worth $4 1 0
Men's new tan calf lace
shoes, new swing last, 0
per pair W
Men's $3 patent 0 1 ft
leather, tan calf WIlUU
Men's $2.60 box 0 1 Eft
calf lace shoes.. $la9,U
Men's SI 50 North QQM
Star calf shoes. 30G
Boys' $2 box calf blucher.
sizes 2% to 6Mi, per pair $ 1.46
Child's $1,00 patent leather and kid CQ.
slippers, sizes 8% to 11 Uvl
Shirt Sale at
^*J A carload of new Spring
(%J*J|J and
Shirts just in.
Beautifu that
compare with $1.00 and $1.50 goods,
including mohairs in blue, cream and
tan shades percales in light figures
and plain colors, with or fag*
without cuffs attached. The |*jf%U
price will make you talk... Wlf
Cravenette Raincoats
Rain-repelling Cravenettes, in neat,
dark patterns, that til fh A A
are bargains M* I
Fancy Half-Hose
Sale of Men's Fancy Half-Hose, made
especially for low shoestans,browns,
grayi, blues and all the fancy ef
fects of 25c and 35c stock- *f K_-*
ings. Special at.
ESATOBAn exceptionally large, all hard
wood Refrigerator, lined throughout with
heavy white enamel iron. Walls are char
coal filled. This Refrigerator is fitted with
all the modern hygienic appliances. Enamel
is thoroughly baked on and guaranteed not
to chip off. Hartman's Special Price, extra
large size refriger-
2 rr-*-v. iM
Attorneys representing the creditors
of the Coe Commission company are
working hard passing on the validity
the 1,200 claims. Yesterday only
thirty-five cases were passed, but today
will see three times that number. At
torneys representing only a few claims
have been heard and the fight is now on
between Charles H. Fowler an4 Q. F.
Porter, representing two rival adjust
ing companies.
Who will be elected trustee is still
uncertain. The successful candidate
must receive the votes of a majority of
the creditors, who must also represent
more than half of the total sum in
Few objections were raised by any
of jthe attorneys today. Some of thestate
claims were held up by E. H. Crooker,
for the Coe Commission company, as
they did not correspond with the
WHOLE best selectedeh
olCfi.j oak or mahog-
CMk OIX any finish, flne-
lQuarter hand polish
O WOR-Ked, large shaped
French plate
mirror, superior
workmansh i p,
cast brass han-
dles. Hart*
a n's special
.00 down and $1.50 monthly.
There are reasons why you can buy your ready-to-wear garments
at Munzer's cheaper than elsewhere. We purchased the entire
spring surplus stock and sample lines of Plaut, Bamberg & Co.,
110 Fifth avenue, New York, at about one-half their actual
value, and they are on sale orjjthe same basis.
The firm of Plaut, Bamberg & Co. have the repu
tation of making the best ready-to-wear garments
in New York.
Covert Jackets-About two hundred fine tan covert jackets, no
more than three or four alike silk lined throughout worth from
$10 to $25 divided into three lots.
Lot 1, Lot 2, Lot 3,
worth to $10.00, worth to $16.50, worth to $25.00,
Misses' Tan Covert Jacket,
sizes 12 and 14 years, worth
$6.50 spe-
worth to $40.00,
schedules. It looked yesterday as it
Porter was to- earn his title aa
"chief obstructionist.'* He objected
to every claim snbmitted-by Mr. Fowler
and refused to_give reasons. Mr. Fowler'
demanded of-Referee 0. & Merrimaa
that a reason be given saying that
objections were "frivolous and cap
Referee Merriman then asked
the objections were frivolous and cap
tious.'"' that the objections be written out im
mediately. Mr Porter objected that
the claims were invalid as they had
been filed before Abe company was
legally adjudicated a bankrupt. As
they were filed after the petition was
made, the objection was overruled.
After this objections were made only
when there seemed to be discrepancies.
Several humorous letters were at
tached to claims made by women specu
lators, saying that if the attorneys were
true gentlemen they would consider
their claims first.
$12.50 $19.50 $32.50
Special Sale of white lawn
waists plaited, embroidered or
lace front 1 A
worth $2.00 S "fcO
SUPERB spring woolens. $50* SUH&JB
$35 to order. Palace Clothing House.^
Millinery, Suits and Jackets
$5.00 $10.00 $16.00
Silk SuitsAbout 100 silk jackets and shirt waist suits every
garment made of guaranteed taffeta black or colors worth from
$19.50 to $45.00. Divided into three lots.
Lot 1, Lot 2, Lot 3,
$12.50 $16.50 $29.50
200 New Dress Skirts, made of
Panama and Sicilian cloth
$10.50 .$7.50
MillineryA chance to buy our fine imported pattern hats, worth
from $10 to $30, at $5.00, $10.00 and $15.00.
These Celery Trays are 11 inches
long, are heavy, weighing two
pounds. There are just 500 of these
Celery Trays. Sale begins at 1 p.m.
and continues until 9 p.m., unless
the quantity should be disposed of
at an earlier hour.
9x9 reversible ingrain rug $3.16
8-3x10-6 extra quality Brus
selg rug. $13.50
9x12 extra quality Brussels
rug $16* 48
7-6x10-6 Smyrna rug.... 1 4.26
8-3x10-6 velvet rug 1 8.00
9x12 velvet rug 22.7$
8-3x10-6 Axminster rug. 23.25
All disorders caused by a bilious
of the system can be cured by
using Carter's Little Liver Pills. No
iain griping or discomfort attending
use. Try them.
Misses' Tailored SuitsAbout
a dozen made of the best ma
terial worth
Tailor-Made SuitsAbout 150 fine tailor-made suits, in black,
plain colors and mixtures Eton, blouse and Redingote coat ef-
fects not a garment worth less than $25 and up to $57.50. Di-
vided into three lots.
Lot 1,
worth $25.00,
Lot 2,
Lot 3,
worth to $57.50,
A Sale of Japanese house
gowns, full lengths, assorted
patterns ftQ A A
worth $3.50.... M*-
Misses' Street HatsA beauti
ful assortment all the new
styles for ftO "7K
Saturday 9mm 0
This Hcftdsome Go-Cart*
Hartman's Reclining Folding Go
Cart like illustration, made exclu
sively for our stores, it is made of
the finest full reed and entirely
hand-woven. The design is beau
tiful lace parasol of rich quality.
nea-vTly lined, Tapnolstering In.
tufted damask It has heavy rub
ber tired automobile wheels the
cart can be adjusted instantly into
a cozy and comfortable sleeping
carriage. Never before has a go
cart of this quality been offered at
the price we offer it. Special price,
9lit)U 60c Weekly.

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