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Many blacks and leading colors,tight fitting, empires, semi-fitting and loose effects Lot 3$35,00 An exceptional choice of about 250 coats, suitable for dressy and street wearin black, tan, gray, red, green and high nov elties in plaids, shadow checks and mix turesTight-fitting, swagger loose and dressy effectsUntil now, $65.00, $60.00, $55.00, $50.00 and $45.00. GENERAL PRODUCE Official quotations of the Minneapolis Produce Exchange, corrected up to 12 m., Tuesday, Dec. 5. BUTTERReceipts yesterday, 11,125 pounds. Cicuneiles extia, 2J1/.C, creameries, firsts, 2^'.L, ciearaenes, seconds, 20V4C, dairies, ex tras, 21c, dairies firsts, 18c, dairies, seconds. ir lolls and prints, fancy, 18c, rolls and pilnts, choice 15e, renovated, firsts, 19^ac reuo-vated, choice, ltfc, ladles, firsts, 19c, ladles, seconds, irc packing stock, fresh, sweet, 15c, stale tcklng stock, lees KGGSReceipts yesterday, 4 cases. Cur rent lecelpts, .No 1, case count, case, $7 25 curient receipts, No 1, candled, dozen, 28c, fresh dirties candled case, $4 50, checks and teconds, candled, $4 50, cold storage, candled, do-5, 21^c, cold storage, at mark, car lots, case $U CHEL3S2Twins or flats, fancy, paraffined or unparaffined lie, choice, paraffined or unparaf iined, 12@12%c, good paraffined or unpai af fined ll@ll%c, fair, paraffined or unparaffined, lOgillc Daisies, fancy, twins or flats, l*c choice, twins or flats, 12%(313c, off grades, twins or flats, 10@ll^c Young Americas, fan in quality and regular In style 14c, choice, 12U rilic off grades, 10@ll%c. Brick, Iso 1, paraffined or unparaffined, 13c, No. 2 paraffined or unparaffined, 10c, off grades, paraffined, or unpaiiffined, 5@7c. Llmburger, No. 1, 12%c ti imp uaftined 5j,7c Llmburger. No 1, 12%c r^o 2, llVjc(fJ12c, off grades, 6g)7c Swiss, faiuv loaf loc, choice. 18@14c. off grades, D@llc, fancy block, 14c choice block, 11@12, oft slides, SffTluc, pultobt, No 1, IM/jC, pultost, off giads, o(u,8c, primost, No. 1, 7c, primost, off giades, SftiCc OMONSSp.nish, crate, $1.75 Globe, per 100 lis, $135 &R VPESConcords, basket, 30c Malagas, per keg light weight, $6 50, heavy weight, $7.50, medium weight $7, Catawbas, basket, 20c. CttAVBrRRIESJerseys, brl. $11, bu. $3 75 late Hones Jul, 512 50 WES1ERN FRullSPears. Winter Nellis, bo\, $3 2o, Pe-rs Kiefers. box, $2 50 Emperor grapes, crate, $2 5o. C\BmGEI, irse crate. $3 BEANSQiotations include sacks. Fancy navj bu $2, choice navy $1 65 medium navy, $1 75@185, mixed and dirty, 40@70c, brown, fanc\, $2 2"5 brown, fair to good, $1.50(311 75 Lima California per lb, 6%c FISHPike, lb, 8c, picketel, 5c crapples, 7@8 bullheads dressed, 5@6c sunnsh, peich etc 3@5c POULTRYDressed, undrawn turkeys fancy, ICc, choice, 14c, old toms 14c, culls, 8(&10c chickens, springs, fancy, He, springs', good @10/-hens, fancy, 10c. hens, fair to good and small, 8@9c old roosters and culls 6@6c ducks, fancy heads off li e, ducks, fair to good OGUOe geese, fancy, heads off, 10c, geese fair to good, 8yj.G?9c LIVE POULTRYRoosters. 5c hens, 7e: springs 8c, geese, 8c tuikeys large, fat, 12*20 thin, "mall, 8@10c ducks, yonng, white, 8c ducks, yonng, colored, 8%c PIGEONSTame, live, yonng or old, doz, 85c dead. C0@70c, squabs nesteis, fancy selected, live or dead, $2@2 25, small, poor and thin, unsalable ORANGESFloridas box, $3 25 Mexicans. $3 California navels, $8 25. LEMONSCalifornia, fancy, $5 choice, $4 75. Tuesday Evening, Wffy'dffti Beginning Wednesday morning Stupendous Clearance Sale Women's Newest Winter Coats Fully four weeks before clearance time. A TREMENDOUS STOCK of Winter Garments all go at unprecedented reductions. Unusual weather conditions that have prevailed, makes it imperative that we adopt unusual means to ac- complish the quick clearance of an immense stock. OVER 1,500 GARMENTS OF WHICH GOES IN Lot 1$18.50 Until now $25.00, $27.50 and $30.00. About 125 coats consisting of newest styles, 45 and 50-inch lengths, in novelty mixtures, kerseys, worsteds, cheviots and meltons. 15-inch Fire Pot BAS E BURNE FOR $23.50 OLD STOVES TAKEN. EASY TERMS. -THE GREATER PORTION FOUR GREAT LOTS The balance of the magnificent stock goes at equally great reductionsincluding even- ing coatsEverything'No reserve. NOTEWe cannot emphasize too strongly the great advantage of an early choice. We have never offered equal bargains. During this SaleNo refundsNo approvals. BRAND STOVECO. Cor.4thAy&4thSt. So. Wednesday and Thursday We Will Sell You a APPLESBen Davis, $4 50@5 20 ounce Pip pins, $4 50, Jonathans, $5 50@8, Kings, $5, Genetons, $3 50 Winesaps, $4 50 Grimes Gold en, $5, Tallman Sweets, $5 25, Greenings, $4 25 @4 50. Baldwins, $4@4 50, Bellflowers, bu box., $1.75@2, Jonathans, box, $2.75, Gano, box, $2 23 DRESSED MEATSVeal, fancy, lb, 8%c, veal, fair to good, 7%c, veal, small and oveiweight 3%@4i/ac, mutton, fancy, 6@7c, mutton, thin and overweight, 4@5c, lambs yearlings, choice to fancy, 10c, thin or overweight, 4@5c, hogs. 5%@6c. RABBITSJacks, doz, $email@example.com cottontails, doz $1 firstname.lastname@example.org. BANANASJumbo bunches, $2 75@3, large bunches, $2 25(82.50, medium bunches, $1 75a2 DRIED PEASYellow, fancy, bu $1 50 yel low medium, $1.25, green, fancy, $1.50, green, medium $110 marrowfat, $2. VEGETABLESBeans, string, bu, $3 75 beans, wax. bu, $4, beets, bu, 50c, cauliflower, crate, $3 50 carrots, bu, 50c, celery, doz, 25@ 50c, celery, California, crate, $4 50 doz, 75 S5c, cucumbers, doz, $150, egg plant, doz, $150 @1 75, garlic, lo@12c, lettuce, leaf, 30c, lettuce, head dcz, 90c$$l mint, 40c, onions, shallots doz bunches, 80c, parsley, doz 30c, peppers, green, per basket 75c, radishes, round, doz bunches, 50c squash, doz, $1, spinach bu, 75c, tut nips, bu 40c, to matoes, California, 4-basket crate, $2 25, home grown, lb, 15c, watercress, doz, 30c HONEYExtra fancy white, 1-lb sections, 14c fancy write. 1 lb sections. 13c choice white, 1 lb sections, 10c, amber, 13e, goldenrod, 12c, extracted white. In cans, 7%c, extracted amber, in cans. 7c. POTATOESCariots, sacked, white, bu, 55c red, carlots, sacked, bu, 50c small lots. 5c more, sweets, Illinois, brl, $4 Iowa, brl, $3 BUCKWHEAT FLOURFancy, brls, $6 25, bales, 100 lbs, $3 25 choice, brls, $6, bales, 100 lbs, $310 THE DAY OF PARADES OVER Military Pageants in New York Now Unknown in Reception of Foreigners. Cleveland Plain Dealer. New YorkThere has been a change "aiot only in political management in New York in ono^respect, but also on great social occasions. The monster parade along the public highways seems to have become a thing of the past. Prince Louis saw a difference between his dav of 1905 and that of his uncle, King Edward, when he was in New York as the Prince of Wales, in 3860. The National guard turned out to do him honor as a colonel of the Grenadier guards and a major general in the Brit ish army. The parade was mainly of a military character, altho the mayor and civil officers followed the militia ia car riages from the Battery to the IHfth Avenue hotel. On the evening of the prince *s arrival a torchlight parade was given by the volunteer firemen alohft Madison and Fifth avenues. Both of these affairs were imposing for that aiy^i Lot 2$25.00 A wonderful lotover 500 newest coats, in the popular 50 and 52-inch, perfectly tailored, fitted and semi-fitted garments and 7/8 overcoat and fancy loose ef fects. In soft broadcloths, kerseys, meltons, worsteds, cheviots, chinchilla and choice imported mixtures, coverts and fancy weavesUntil now $40.00, $38.50, $37.50, $35.00, $32.50. Lot 4$39.50 and $45 Exclusive novelties and the practical gar ments for every kind of wear prevail in this lotSingle coats with no duplicates in the soft fabrics (interlined)Ef fectively trimmed with rich braids, stitchmgs and styles absolutely shown no where elseReduced from $75.00, $68.50, $65.00, $60.00 and $55.00. wis i^jfe You may look respectable, but you certainly do not feel so if your teeth and mouth are suffering for want of S0Z0D0NT Liquid, Powder or Paste. A Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever. T. Felix Gouraud's Oriental Cream or Magical Beautlfler. Keraoves Tan, Pimples. Freckles, Moth Patches. Bash, and fekin Diseases! and every blemish on beauty, and de- fies detection It has itood the test of 67 years, and Is so harmless we tasteittobesurelt to properly made. Accept nocounter- felt of similar name. Dr A. Sayre said to a lady of the haut- ton (a patient): "As you ladies will use them, I recommen Europe. FEBDJ.HOPKINS, Prop,, 37 Great Jones Street NewYorkhave, FINCH'S INFORMAL Friday Evening. Masonic Tempi* Program at 8:45. Full Orchestra. time, and were the first given so far up town, which was gradually becoming the fashionable section of the city. A great parade in 1865 was of a most solemn and imposing character. It was that which escorted the remains of Abraham Lincoln, the martyred presi dent, thru the city on the way to burial Illinois. The route of this solemn cortege extended only as far north as rhnty-fourth street, as the inhabited portion of the city had only reached a score of streets farther north than that. In 1885 a great military and civic parade took place for the purpose of ac companying the remains of General Grant to their final restinvg place. Th route was from thet Battery to the tomb at Biverside park, the catafalque ioin- 9$ nnn hall Aboue he cit a rtefi 200,000 persons were in the procession which was witnessed by at least 300,000 more. The remains had Iain in state at the city hall where fully 300,000 per sons passed by the bier to look upon therm General Hancock was the mar- ^V Procession re th ha ge aW quited five hours to pass a given point. HER LITERARY LOVES I adies' Home Journal, iney had just met. conversatioln WB nnm* jvhat fitful. Finally -he decided rtlnto liteiaiv channels, whernBU*Lwastoguhfeat he more home and turning to companion, asked. Aie fon literature?" deaSS^youa loy 0Dtel y'hisoSh "Thei you must admire Sir Walter Scott" he exclaimed with sudden animation. "Is ^ot his Ladv of th?ectly Lake' exquisite inassented, its flowing grace n lovely, she claspini poetic imagery'' Is it not" v. "l "And Scott's 'Marmion,* he continued, "with its nigged simplicity and marvelous description one can almost heatherPeak'the. ThHe peiusmetgs it'smellr splendid pages" "e ithe" .A* \a e a.1,Sf?t wN of the and his noble 'Bride of Lammermoor'where In thl English language will you find anything more heroic thaa his jrrand aula Scottish characteis and his graphic, forceful pictures of feudal times customs- You like them. I sure I just dote upon them," shen replied And Scott's EmuMIon," he continued hastllv for a faint suspicion was beginning to dawn upon him. uwn "I think," she interrupted rashly, "that It's the best thing he ever wrote FOOD FOR THE ANIMALS. Meggendorfer Blatter TH^ MlNNffAPJQt&IS JOURNAL. $ ID: "Apelles used to paint a good housewife on a snail, to import that she was a home-maker." Howell. $ Mrs. Chauncey B. Lamb entertained at luncheon today at her home on Clif ton avenue for Mrf. Theodore Jordan. Covers were placed for twelve Mrs. Joshua Williams and the Misses Williams have issued cards for a recep tion which they will give Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 13, at their home on E Sixteenth street. The wedding of Miss Charlotte Gal lick, daughter of Henry H. Gallick of St. Paul, and Maurice Joseph Cohen o Minneapolis, will take place this eve ning in Cambridge hall on East Sev enth street, St. Paul. The service will be read by Babbi I. L. Rypins in the presence of about 300 guests. The Phoenix club will give its dan cing party, which was postponed from last week, tomorrow evening in the Au ditorium annex. Supper will be served at Conry's at midnight. The Epworth league of the Henne pin Avenue M. E. church will give a reception in the church parlors this eve ning in honor of Rev, George E. Sillo way, assistant pastor of the church. An interesting affair of yesterday was the studio tea which Mrs. Gene vive Ford Greaves gave at her home, 2444 Garfield avenue S. The large studio presented a most attractive ap pearance, for the walls were draped with fishnets in which rainbow-tinted shells were caught, and large clusters of California daisies were here and there. Mrs. Greaves received all day and assisting her thru the rooms and alternating at the samovar from which tea was served were Mmes. Isabelle Jargon Thomas M. Roberts, A. Axtell, Misses Lucille McKusick, Ruth Loper, Helen Ball, Bell Forfar, Laura Jarvy, Marion Burt, Hazelle Roberts, Mae Derby, Frances Gould, Hazelle Ahern and Geraldme Woollan. The annual exhibition of Mrs. Greaves' work overflowed the studio and filled several tables in the dining room and parlor. Mrs. Greaves always has some novelty at her display, and yesterday she showed what she calls "Midsummer Night's Dream," a deco ration of yellow butterflies flitting thru garlands of pink roses against an azure sky. There were a number of vases and bowls in the Papilhon ware, orig inated by Mrs. Greaves several years ago, and the tables on which the china was shown were wreathed in green, while butterflies hovered above. There was also a splendid showing of rose bud, nasturtium and autumn-leaf pat terns, and some beautiful pieces of jewelwork. ,,A group of Mrs. Greaves' pupils, Misses Gould, Forfar and Mrs. E. P. Hobart. showed their work in sachets, dinnercards and watercolor studies. Mrs. Byron Morgan entertained a group of young girlfc Saturday after noon at her hoin,e, 5,31 Harriet' avenue, in honor of the fourteenth birthday an niversary of her daughter, Emily. Music, recitations and games were the amusements, and a dainty luncheon was served. Covers were placed for fifteen, and the favors were small tapers filled with candy. The color scheme was in pink and white. Mrs. L. Le Baron and Miss Williams assisted Mrs. Morgan. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Mr. and Mrs Charles Menzel and daughter lme returned from a visit with friends in Milwaukee Minnehaha lodge No 6, will give a social to moirow evening at the home of Mrs. J. Moeher, 2014 Toiuth avenue S. Mr and Mrs E F. Peabody have closed their lake home and are at 908 Fifth avenue S for the winter The Thimble Bee of Palestine Chapter No. 112, O E S 111 be entertained Thursday after noon by Mrs. J. A. Monahan, 2549 Dupont av enue S L. P. Plummer Social club will hold an all day meeting tomoirow instead of Thursday at the home or Mrs Atuuger, 2635 Emerson avenue N. Bo\ lunch will be served. 5l3 Thursdav in the Masonic Temple to complete preparations for the bazaar to be held Friday afternoon and. evening Minneapolis people at New York hotels are as follows. Herald Squaie, W. H. Cookers Bres lin, H. Weller, Holland, W. D. Washburn Bucking!am, E. A. Merrill. Duluth: Holland, F. Cole. Crawford branch of the Sunshine society will its morthly social with Mrs Charles Black burn 819 Eighth avenue SE tomorrow evening The Twentieth Century camp, B. N. of A .v. ill give a musical entertainment Thursday evening in Masonic hall, Twenty-third and Central av. enncs NE. Miss Alpha Lindburg of 310 Twenty-fifth av enue N \^as pleasantly surprised Sunday even ing by a gioup of friendb who gathered to cele brate the tenth anniversary of her birthday. Music and games were the amusements and prizes weie awarded to Misses Clara Nelson, Adelia Lorberg and Bertha Sundseth Among the guests were Misses Jennie Larson, Hattie, Bertha and Gladys Sundseth, Esther Johnson, Mabel Turner, Hazel Benidlck, Mae Lanphear, Ella Nelson, Clara Nelson, Adelia Loberg, Helma Nelfcon, Mabel Melon, Lily Melon, Nettle Rognas, Kittle Mae Ditchler, Edna Johnson, Irene Moe, Mabel Rude, Ovlstlne Nelson and Ida Nelson, Messrs. Mirville Holt and Harry Lindburg. otnc BTJBNETT'S EXTRACT OF VANILLA prepared from selected Vanilla Beans, warranted. JOHN"W. THOMAS & CO.'S Thirty-eighth Semi-Annual Remnant Sale Three DaysThursday, Friday, and Saturday. These sales, begun nineteen years ago, have grown larger and more important each year until now they are knowir as the greatest sales held in the northwest. People look forward to them, and many prudent housewives take these oppor tunities to clothe the whole family. The goods offered are of the better class, and the prices made range from one-third to one-naif of the regular prices, in some cases much less. The sale beginning Thursday morning promises to be one of the largesta great event. Great be cause of constantly increasing populari ty, and the hold it has on the people. Great because of its splendid bargain opportunities, nothing equaling it. \Ve are ourselves surprised that the interest in these semi-annual sales teever wanes, but on the contrary, with each succes sive sale, we are more and more taxed to take care of our trade. This all comes from confidence, and, after all, confidence is the prime factor in a suc cessful business. This much for past sales,, but: about the present1? on heath ea c grand, she murmured them-wlth Lieutenant A Were ther*anye. lions at the judge's reception? A^ISSSS*^ 8 an 1 aaagntefs. ^^C what Briefly this W mean to make this second to none. We have large quantities of remnants, we are carefully going over our stocks for goods on which we can reduce prices our offerings in odds and ends will be of the most inviting sort.' We have not overlooked the comfort and conven ience of our patrons. Some hundred and fifty extra salespeople, cashiers and bundlers have been engaged special ar rangements for delivery are perfected, and extra help in all departments will make things move with military preci sion, so that we trust every customer will be carefully served. Rhu-Maca Tablets' promptly Our* Rheumatism, gfviiig permanent relief. CLUBS AND CHARITIES Club Calendar. WEDNESDAY Ladies' Aid society of St. John's English Lutheran church, Mrs. M. C. Larson, 1019 Thirteenth avenue S, 2 p.m. Ladies' Aid society of Stewart Me morial Presbyterian church, Mrs. T. J. Hasset, 3329 First avenue S, 2:30 p.m. Minneapolis branch of the Theosophi cal society, open meeting, 410 Dayton building, evening. Home and Foreign Missionary socie ties of the Hennepin Avenue M. E. church, Mrs. A. E. Merrill, 1516 Har mon place, 2:30 p.m. Willing Workers of Augustana Luth eran churoh. Mrs. L. M. Jayner, 812 East Eighteenth street, 3 p.m. Ladies' union of Fremont Avenue Congregational church, annual meeting, Mrs. J. W. Higby, 3003 Emerson ave nue N, 2:30 p.m. Woman's club of the Unitarian church, church parlors, 2 p.m. Lyndale Reading circle, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Edgerton, 3137 Hennepin ave nue, evening. Gethsemane guild, guildrooms, all day. Art History club, public library build ing 10 a.m. Woman's Foreign Missionary society of Plymouth church, Mrs. D. P. Jones, 2005 Third avenue S, 3 p.m. Woman's Missionary society of Park Avenue Congregational church, Mrs. Pike, 602 East Twenty-fifth street, 3 p.m. Woman's guild of All Saints' church, Mrs. Harvey Smith, 306 East Twenty sixth street, *all day. Ladies' guild of Grace Episcopal church, Mrs. J. Nickelson, 2737 Eigh teenth avenue S, 2 p.m. Woman's Foreign Missionary society of Simpson M. E. church, Mrs. M. Hen derson, 2807 Second avenue S, 2:30 p.m. Foreign Mission circle of First Bap tist church, church parlors, 3 p.m. Ladies Aid society of Lowry Hill Congregational church, Mrs. J. R. Sloane, 2715 Bryant avenue S, 2 p.m. Ladies' Aid society of Chicago Ave nue Baptist church, Mrs. George Stone, 3346 Columbus avenue, afternoon. Ladies' Aid society of the Thirteenth Avenue M. E. church, Mrs. Lindajnood, 2106 Ninth avenue S, 2:30 p.m. Ramblers, Mrs. W. H. Cobban, 2712 West Forty-third street, 2 p.m. Froebel Club. The Froebel club, which met yester day afternoon in the kindergarten classroom of the Church of the Redeem er, was delightfully entertained by Miss Mary McClellan of St. Paul, who told a number of Christmas stories and a new Christmas song for kindergarten children. The board of directors had thoughtfully planned the Christmas work at a meeting last week, so that Miss McClellan might have the whole afternoon for her recital. Miss Susan K. Morse, director of the Riverside Chapel kindergarten, presided, and about twenty-five members were pres ent. The next meeting will be held in the Y. W. C. A. assembly hall on Jan. 8, when Harington Beard will give an illustrated talk on "Mural Art in America.'' Betsy Boss Chapter. Betsy Ross chapter. Daughters of the Revolution, met Saturday afternoon at the Sampson house, Excelsior, the guests of Mmes. Cyril Mitchell and William Badger. The members went out on the trolley and after the trans action of business a paper on "The Early Settlements and the Sioux Up rising'' was read by Miss Sara Ankeny and Miss Rachel Williams read a pa per on The Early Explorers. A social hour followed and light refreshments were served. A Kindergarten Tea. The Kindergarten Alumnae associa tion will have a tea Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. P. De Haven, 2435 Pillsbury avenue. Sales and Suppers. The Social Circle of the Church of the Redeemer will have its annual bazaar and serve a New England supper in the church parlors tomorrow. The bazaar will open at 2 o'clcok and supper will be served at 6 'clock. The Ladies' Aid society of Hobart M. E. church, Forty-sixth street and Blais dell avenue, will serve a New England supper and hold a sale of useful and fancy articles Friday from 6 to 8 'clock. St. Paul's guild will serve a chickeTr dinner tomorrow at 6 p.m. in the parish house, Franklin and Bryant avenues S. W. C. T. IT. Affairs. The mid-year institute of the seven teenth district of the W. C. T. U. of Minnesota will be held in Park avenue M. E. church Friday. The morning roll call will be answered with temperance news items and there will be a sympo sium on "What the W. C. T. TJ. has ac complished." Mmes. Jones and Thomp son will speak for the national Mmes. Kercher and Powell for the state and Mmes. Neal and Hoover for the local. Tr the afternoon reports from the differ ent departments will be given, Dr. Ethel Hurd will speak oto "The Progress of Equal Suffrage," and Rev. S. B. Rob erts on "Why the W. C. T. TJ.?" Thore will be a gold medal contest in the evening. The Eighth Ward W. C. T. U. held its regular meeting Friday afternoon. Roll call was responded to with items con cerning the national convention'. Mrs. J. F. Pratt treated of antinarcotics in a paper on "Rights of Those Who Dis like Tobacco," and Miss Nyberg dis cussed the "Gothenberg System." "The Father, His Son's Counselor" was the subject of Mrs. Russell, and Mrs. Worrall talked on the work of the calling committee and membership. The next regular meeting of the union will be held Dec. 15 at the home of Mrs. Cammett, 3201 Grand avenue. OLTJB NOTES. Floral hive No. 34, L. 0. T. M elected the following officers last evening: Commander Mrs. Mary Conklln past commander, Miss Viola Mason, lieutenant commander, Mrs. Nellie Pratt recordkeeper, Mrs. Mary Constantlne finance keeper, Miss Lulu Conklin Bergeant, Mrs. Susan Bartholomew mistress at-arms, My. Carrie Schroeder chaplain, Mrs Annie Stoffer: sentinel. Mrs Susanna Olds picket, Mrs. Ada Johnson: physicians, Dr. Mary Towers, Dr. Mary Whet stone musician, Mrs. Ruth McCauley. The Industrial circle of Gethsemane church will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs Gib bons, 2624 Twelfth avenue S, 2 pm. The Woman's guild of All Saints* church will have an all-day meeting tomorrow with Mrs Harvey Smith, 306 East Twenty-sixth street Lnncheon will be served. The Hebrew Ladies* Benevolent society will postpone Its regular meeting until the first Thursday In January. Gbristmas Gifts Choice English Laces, Hand-made. Handkerchiefs. Collars. Collar and Cuff Sets. Doilies, $1.00 and up. Oriental Toilet Waters and Perfumes Daintily boxed and delightful In fragrance. Japanese Tea Rose SachetThe choic est sach^pfshown. Japanese Novelties Brasses. Bas kets, Kimono Crepe. Pillow Tops. Water Flowers, etc., etc. Russian Chocolates In original pack ages. liLuDecember 5,^1905^ THOSE BEAUTIFUL Auburn Tints, so noticeable among fash, lonable women, ar produced only by Imperial Hair Regenerator tha cleanest and most lasting Hals Toloring known. It is easily applied, absolutely harmless, unaffected by baths. Any Shade produced. Sample of hair colored free. IHPEIUALCHBM1CALMF0.CO..U5W.2MSt.NewYtrk. Bold by Dillin Drug Co., 101 Wash. vr. and ffaaUy ft Crookar, 616 Nio. ,d ,x. 8 MahoganySemn*Trays- $6.00 Up Imported Bronze Vases &7 ff/1 from Vi.OU Up SmokinfirCabinets-Speeiar^^ ^aBedr:s^cM.l Work Tables-Specia Buy Sachet Powder at Cirkler's We Have Many beautiful things that quickly solve the gift questionebony brushes and mirrors, bags and purses, leath er covered flasks, pocketknives, and the finest line of high grade per fumes and toilet waters. Chas. H. Cirkler 602 Nicollet Ave. 49 Sixth St. & l-30th of the entire Quinine production of the World Is consumed every year by the makersof Laxative Bromo Quinine E.W. GROVE'S signature on box. 25o FOOD Have you ever used Mellin's Food? If not, drop us a line asking about it. W will answer any and all questions and be only too glad to show you how to use Mellin's Food in a way to get the best results. We wilt send you a sample of Mellin's Food for yourbaby just as soon as we get your letter end win give you the benefit of our experience. Gold Medal, Highest Award. Portland, Ore. 1905. MELLIN'S FOOD CO., BOSTON, MASS. Established 1882 MERCHANTS OP FINE CLOTHES. Women'sCoatsReduced All Cheviots and Scotch Fabrics About One-Half Price There are about 500 of these splendid garments, including the best and latest styles in heavy winter fabrics. Lot 1 consists of loose coatsthree-quarter length good cheviot and fancy mixturescoats that have sold all season up to JH, $10.00. This sale, your $/ Kli choice TT ^j ^J Lot 2 consists of three-quarter length coats of Scotch mixtures in grays, browns and other popular effectsall this season's cor rect stylescoats that sold up to $15. Choice Lot 3Choice of any fancy winter coat in stock (Automobile or Fur lined coats alone excepted) there are loose coats, half fitted (fl* W* coats and fitted coatsfrom prices up to $30 A \*l W The Plymouth Corner, Sixth and Nicollet. THAT PERPLEXING Problem" FURNITURE, DRAPERIES, ORIENTAL RUGS AND Is wonderfullc simplified by appropriate suggestions afforded by our MATS, OLD BRASS PIECES, MISSION CHAIRS, ETC. HERE ARE JUST A FEW HINTS: Handsome Fumed Oak Rocker with 07 Cfl Spanish leather seat &*?%/ Oriental Ru*s-Special $ 3 gQ $17.50 up $UQQ 17 &L UkL o&"*^n.....$9.00 Choice Tablaa in Solid Ma- iM*- Russian Brasses, Japanese Bronzes and Wheatley Pottery. MOORE & SCRIVER, We anticipate the large demand at holiday time for fine sachet powders and offer a selection of the kind that will surely please Don't buy cheap sachetswhat little essence they have is quickly lost and they are not pleasing. The lasting and e\cellent odors are found only in the bestthe kind you will find at Cirk ler's. A -7^ ,i.!ft S9.8 5 GIFT GIVING up Sfl -__ hosrany liOU lip teai^.^T.^'f: $2.50 up Weathered Oak Morris chain. C7C Spanish leather Cushions. V*& UP Mahogany or Weathered fX Oak Desks &**> UP ^^"^^...$13.50 up Mahogmny Book Racks, Slipper Chairs, Rockers, Tea Tables, 711-713 Nicollet Av. CHRISTMAS present, no matter bow simple it is, will be appreciated a great deal more if it is something you nave made with yonr own hands. If you are at a loss to think of anything NEW to make, come tomorrow from 10 to 12 in the morning or from 3 to 5 in the afternoon to Miss Bly's FREE class in ART EMBROIDERY. Miss Bly has a list of 63 different useful things that you can easily make. Mb csjBracKtitru 3* PICKERING'S Seven Fourteen Nicollet* WANOUS Rutabagas r 13c Evaporated Mil lit 81c Tomatoes K?s 9e Corn SeTSn10^. 6c Pea p^^r-. lie Flour SrtS?.!S $2.35 Macaroni tr^ 20o Rolled Oats Z*. 27s Shredded Coeoaaut pound.. Ifjy Corn Starch issZ 4t Sago SK?.? lie Navy Beans ^^pe 6 Dairy Butter ^.ti'^T^JLIS Butterine SS^ r? tit Scotch Whiskey ^h $ importation $LG0 bottles 9 New Irish Mackerel *10c Picnic Hams .'J'jj little Pig Link Sausage fgfr Pot Roasts Pig Pork Loin ~1Q0 Stiles' Berkshire Sausage.