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ijf $12.00 trimmed Velvet Chiffon Hats 1 iYiCr-fi* $2.50 Tailored Suits Our entire stock divided into four lots, worth to $75.00 at SIO SI6.50 S27.50 $35 Beautiful China for Weddiig Gifts at Anderson's Exclusive CHINA SHOP. French and English China. Domestic, Bohemian, Gold Decorated and Rock Crystal and Cut Glass, Bric-a-Brac and Brass. 614 NICOLLET AVENUE 608 NICOLLET AVENUE An Enticing End-of-the-Year Clearance Sale We are pricing our merchandise to make the last day of 1905 a memorable one in the history of this store. Millinery and $4.00 $7.50 trimmed Velvet Hats hapman's lea Cream and Ices. Our special combination for your Sun- _^ day and New Year's dinner will be TORTONI ICE CREAM and APRI COT ICE, quart 50o FROM OUR PASTRY KITCHEN Our special cake will be CHERRY LAYER, also FIG LOAF and SUL- TANA LOAF, each 25c BANKERS' ROLLS, doz 15c FRUIT BUNS, Minnehaha frosting, doz 10c AUSTRIAN BUNS, doz 10o GERMAN STREIZEL KUKEN, each.10c MINCE PIES, our own home-made, each 25c, 30c and 40c FROM OUR DELACATESSENSal- ads, Croquettes, Deviled Crabs, Veal Pies, Baked Beans, etc. SPRING CHICKENS, roasted and Stuffed, 3-lb average, each 65c TURKEYS roasted to order. FROM OUR CANDY KITCHEN. BLACKWALNUT FLAKE, lb 40c CHOCOLATE PEANUT CLUSTERS, lb 25c BUTTERCUPS, lb 30c CRYSTALIZED GINGER, lb 28c FIGS, fancy imported Smyrna, lb ...15c PULLED FIGS, 2-lb wooden boxes 32c DATES, new Persian, lb 5c new Fard, lb 12c ^APPLES, new, evaporated, lb lO PRUNELLS, lb 25c 'OLIVES, Ehman's California Ripe, arrived today, quart 50c OLIVE OIL, Ehman's California, pints, pints, quarts, '/2 gallons and gallons. 'OLIVES, large Queens, spl. quart 35c PINEAPPLE CHEESE, Robt. H. Nor ton's full cream, fresh arrival dl* rect from factory Gems, 38c pic nics 48c SAUSAGE, Valley Farm, 1 and 2-lb sacks, lb 20o BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, pure Wiscon sin, 10-lb sack 35 CORN, milky, evaporated, sweet, lb.. 15c KORNLET (grated corn), can, 18c 6 cans $1.00 EGGS, fresh country, doz 28c SOAP, with each order for 25 cents' worth of Galvanic Soap we will give one 10c bar of Palm Olive Soap FREE. ORANGES, Navels are riper and bet ter, doz, 25c, 30c, 40c and 50c MUSH ROOMS, extra button, regular 35c, special 28c PLUM PUDDING, our own make, old English, in 1 and 2-lb sacks, lb....35 MINCE MEAT, our own, lb 15 PECANS, shelled, lb 55 JORDAN ALMONDS, special, lb 45 'WALNUTS, shelled, new. Cheberts, i special, lb 40 COFFEE, Chapman's perfection, put up In 2-lb airtight cans 7g Friday Evening, Siik Waists Made of a guaranteed black Taffeta Silk, worth $7.00 $3.50 Leather Goods All our $1.50 and $2 Leather Hand Bagi at 98c Evening Gowns and Suits $250.00 White Evening Coat at $50.00 Our $150.00 Evening Coats at $35.00 Our $50.00 Evening Coats $22.50 Our $150.00 Evening Gowns at $50.00 and our $100.00 Evening Gowns at $35.00 Velvet Gowns worth $75.00at $25.00. Winter Coats Long loose coat and Paddoek ffects in fancy mixtures, worth to $35.00 at ST.80 SI2.50 $19.50 People Are Invited to Visit Central Building Monday Evening. Following the plan of last year, the public library will hold a New Year's reception Monday night in the central building, Hennepin avenue and Tenth street. The hospitality of the building is extended to the people of Minneapo lis with the desire on the part of the library board that everyone will come and inspect and enjoy it, whether they are newcomers, strangers or patrons of the library. Good music will be pro vided and the whole building lighted up. That tired, languid feeling and dull headache is very disagreeable. Take two of Carter's Little Liver Pills be fore retiring, and you will find relief. They never fail to do good. Tomorrow is the last day to buy New Year's Gifts. Why not send a set of BACK AND SIDE COMBS? Our regu lar from $2.50 to $4.00 sell to morrow for $ 2 a set. There is nothing that gives so much tone and style to a lady's dress as a set of embroidered Turnovers. We have the sets of collars and cuffs to match for 50c and 75c a set. PICKERING'S Seven-Fourteen Nicollet. Beach's Glycerine Hand Soap ,?n Sowers 2 All Grocers MMES BEACH & SONS, Dubuque, Iowa Makers of the Famous 'Peosia Soa6u $ Beach'a Glycerine Hand Soap can not irritate the most tender cuticle. It soothes and softens, opens the pores, and by an action, common to no other hand soap on the market, removes all traces or grime, grease or' dirt, and leaves the hands soft and white. Try a cake5 cents. BARGAINS all the year round at MURTFELDT'S, 826 Nicollet Avenue. w^'JS^I^ 'Women bestow on friendship only wftat tney ponw from love." CHamfort. -$ $ Mrs. Alonzo T. Band gave a hand somely appointed dancing party last evening at her home on Franklin ave nue for her daughter, Miss Eebecca Semple. Christmas greens and smilax were used thru the rooms with great clusters of poinsettia blossoms, vivid ly effective against the green tangles. Southern smilax trailed its glossy leaves over the woodwoik and was caught here and there with a holly wreath or a knot of bright scarlet ribbon. The beautiful Florentine fountain in the hall was banked with ferns and palms while the greAl lily pads rested lights on the waters in the marble basin. Everywhere was the riotous tangle of greens, suggestive of the joyous* holi day season and forming a most effec tive setting for the many handsome treasures of the house. Mr. and Mrs. Rand and Miss Semple received their guests in the drawing-room. Mrs. Rand wore a white point applique empire gown over white silk, with a court train and a wide girdle of gold tissue. Her ornaments wore a diamond tiara, a family heirloom, and a collar of pearls and a necklace of diamonds and emeralds. Miss Semple's gown was of white point de esprit over white, with arlands and old-fashioned pink wall looped on skirt and bodice, and she wore a neckiace of pearls. The dancing was informal and an or chestra hidden bv palms and ferns played a program or popular dances. The blue and gold appointments of the Louis JV. ballroom were made more attractive by the tracery of vines and ground pine over the walls and door ways. Supper was served at midnight from small tables arranged in the dining room, where American Beauty roses nodded their heavy heads on table and buffet, or were held captive in an an tique urn above the great fiieplace. The punch table was in the library, where the bowl was almost hidden by the poinsettia blossoms. The guests inchided 250 of the younger set, andsketches among them were several Yale men, Theodore Jeckle, who is a guest at tho Partridge residence James Cunning ham of New York and Mr. Crane of Dayton, Ohio, guests of Sumner T. Me Knight, and Miss Newport and Reece Newport from St. Paul and Ogden 'Hammond of Duluth. Mr. and Mrs. Le Grand Powers of Washington, D. C. formerly of Minne apolis announce the engagement of their daughter, Irma Lucile, to Ernest H. Koch of Philadelphia. Miss Powers is a graduate of the Central high school a former student in the University of Minnesota, and a recent graduate of Pratt institute of Brooklyn. Mr. Koch is a graduate of the University of Penn sylvania, and has taken postgraduate courses at Harvard, Cornell and Colum bia. He is a member of the faculty of Pratt school of science and technol ogy. The wedding will take place the coming summer. Mrs. George W. Porter has issued invitations for a luncheon and bridge whist party which she will give Satur day afternoon, Jan. 6, at the Plaza for Miss Marion Partridge and Miss Re becca Semple. As so many of the young people will have to leave early in the week to re turn to school and college, Mrs. George H. Partridge has changed the date of the holiday dance she will give for her daughters from Tuesday evening to Monday night, and it will be one of the attractive affairs of New Year's. The annual holiday party of the Zeta Beta Psi sorority was held last evening at the Minikahda club, which was decked with pennants and pink carna tions. A program of sixteen numbers was danced and supper was served from tables decked with the carnations. There were seventy-five guests. Mrs. L. Burton of 452 Rondo street, St. Paul, will receive Sunday in honor of her son' Philip's confirmation. Miss Dora Fuhrman and Walter R. Biggs were married yesterday after noon at the home of Mrs. Helen John son, 25 Central avenue. Rev. G. L. Morrill officiated. Mr. Biggs and hisfor bride are both from Eau Claire, Wis., where they will reside. Miss Alma Maden and Harvey E. Yearick were married yesterday at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. L. T. Guild. The home of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Har ris on Vine place was the scen'e of an attractive holiday party which was given Wednesday evening by the Tau Kappa Phi sorority. Miss Katherme Harris was assisted receiving the guests by Missps Marion Tucker, Mary "Eastman and Dorothy Stevens. A program of informal numbers was danced in the ball room arid supper was served at 11 o'clock from a table decked with American Beauty roses. A prettily appointed Christmas party was given Wednesday evening p't the Nicollet hotel when Messrs. and Mmes. Frederick L. McClel lan, Ira II. Shattuck, Jr., Misses Shannon and Barnaby entertained 200 guests. The rooms were elab orately decked with ropes of smilax. Christmas bells and mistletoe. Frappe was served from tables decorated with baskets of pink and white roses. A program of sixteen numbers was played by Danz's orchestra and card tables were arranged for those who did not care for dancing. Mr. and Mrs. F. B.night Kent and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Baird of Mankato and Miss Maud Shannon as sisted thru the rooms. The guests in cluded Miss Wise, Ferd Hoerr and John Wise of Mankato. The annual party of Eta Chapter of Iota Beta Phi sorority was given Wednesday evening at the Mini kahda club, which was attractive ly decorated in the sorority col ors, ereen and white. Supper was served at 11 o'clock in the glass dining room. Mme. George B. Norris, William M. Wright, Edward E. Smith and J. S. Hertogs chaperoned the young people. The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mc Elroy, 2418 Fremont avenue S, was the scene of a pretty wedding Wednes-' day evening, when their niece, Miss Edith M. Lang, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Lang of New Prague, became the bride of Dr. Robert B. Orr of Concord, N. H.,time now of New Prague. Thirty invitations had been issued and the guests included the relatives and a group of intimate friends. Rev. Theodore Payne Thurs ton read the service in the large draw ing room, which was decked in the holi and other selections"1 day colors. Ropes of ground pine were such through servicelowest rates, caught from the chandeliers toward the Consult John gee lickel, four twenty baywindow and formed a baldachin of four nico'llet ave.. l^*^***^ THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL, 3WrS**W DecembetP 29, 1905. green above a Jtan of palms ana pine. Suspended from the green'were bright wedding bells, and bow%p green were fastened among the foliage. Miss Lot lie Roosen and Miss Florence .Earl played the nuptial -music on their vio lins with piano accompaniment by Ever ett McElroy. ,Thg Mendelssohn march was the processional music and follow ing the service, thewere Miss Claudia Wold and Louis Mostbal of Rugby, N. D., were married last evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Odin Wold, 818 Fourth street SE. About sixty guests witnessed the service, which was read by Rev. Charles F. Hubbard. The decorations were of Christmas greens. Miss Polly Wold played the wedding march. Miss Mabel Wold was her sis ter's maid of honor, and wore white and carried pink carnations. The bride was in white crepe de chine and her flowers were bride roses. Mathew Mostbal of Madelia, Minn., was best man. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wold of Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr. Mostbal and his bride will make their home in Rugby, where Mr. Most bal is an attorney. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mansfield of New York were honor guests Wednes day evening at a dinner of ten covers which was given at the Plaza by John S. Bradstreet. Clusters of pink and white roses in Japanese urns and vases fur nished a quaint table decoration and the place cards were ornamented with of geisha girls. After dinner there was a reception and musicale at the Craftshouse on Seventh street S, in htftfor of Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield, but unfortunately Mr. Bradstreet was unable to be present on account of illness. Receiving with Mrs. Mansfield were Mmes. Charles J. Martin, W. D. Washburn, Jr., Morris L. Hallowell, George Porter and William G. Northrup. Mrs. Maud Waterman and Scott Woodworth gave a delightful program of songs. The Craftshouse with its wealth of art treasures needs little decoration, but flowers were used the quaint Japanese fashion and the great oriental lanterns cast a soft glow thru the rooms. The guests included fifty of the old friends of Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield. Miss Amy Agate and William I. Roe rig were marrieu"Wednesday at high noon at the home of Rev. Father Har rington. Mrs. HSiry Armstrong was matron of honor arid little Vera Bless ley was flower girl,and ring bearer. Harry Bartlett acted as best man. The 'bride's #own was of, cream silk chiffon cloth with empire coat to match and she wore a white feather hat, trimmed with violets and chiffon and carried bride roses. Mrs. Armstrong was in white cashmire with a hat of pale blue feathers and carried pink carnations. The little flower girl wore a frock of white silk and lace and carried a basket of pink roses. The wedding breakfast was served to the bridal party after the service. About fifty guests attended the re ception' which was given in the even ing. Mr. and Mrs. Roerig will receive after Jan. 1 at 56 Thirteenth street S. The engagement is announced of Miss lone Ball and C. B. Barden. Mr. and Mrs. A. Witebskey announce the engagement of their daughter Lena to A. Rothstein. The announcement was made Sunday evening, when Mr. and Mrs. Witebskey entertained 100 guests at their home, 708 Oak Lake avenue. Mr. and Mrs. James Ransburg of 218 Sixth street SE will entertain Wednes day evening at their home in honor qf their son Walter, who will leave shortly the Philippines to be with the Red Cross society at Luzon. Miss Lilian Crist of 1105 Fourth ave nue N gave a dinner Wednesday evening-for Wilbur Law of Win nipeg, Man., who is spending the holi days with his mother. The decorations were in the holiday colors and covers were -placed for twelve. Fred U. Field celebrated his twenty first birthday anniversary on Christmas day and on Tuesday evening a group of friends gave him a pleasant surprise at his home, 507 Humboldt avenue S. Mr. Field was presented with a handsome signet ring as a souvenir. Present were William Doeltz, Jr., Edward O'Connor, William Ure, Iver Jenson, William Rus sell, Charles Wilder, George Field, Misses Lillian Russell, Florence Russell, Blanche Cline, Bertha Doeltz, Mamie O 'Connor, Hilda Wicklund, Esther Bow man and Grace Wilder. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Horace E Plummci has gone to Portland, Oie for the wintei. The C'iphei. Card club will meet thls^evening TVlth Mis, H. Rankin. 3216 Second avenue S. The Chester Chute kindergarten will reopen Tuesday at Eighth avenue and fourth street SE A Christinas cantata. "All Nations' Christ- mas," will be given this evening in Riverside chapel. The Henley clnb will give a dance New Years' 3. Trank O^eu will be master o* cere /nonies. Mrs. Mewhinney and children of Hibbing. Mini are visiting Mrs. Mewhinney's father, P. L. Mitchell, 223 Central avenue. Mi* I -ene Sinclai- an2 Miss Nellie Sinclair of Duluth aie guests of Mr and Mrs Charles W. Jenne of Irving avenue S. for a week. Miss Elizabeth Cox of Barron, Wis.. Robert L. Cox of Owatonna, Minn., and Mrs Kenneth N. Vox of Donnybrook, N. D., are holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs L. Co\, 2623 Grand avenue. Minneapolis people at New York hotels are as follows Holland, H. N. Tuttle Marlborough. B. D. Butler: Herald Square, W. G. Gooding Woodward. "W A Benton Minneapolis lodge. No. 657. Mystic Workers ol tUe World, will give a dance this evening in McEhoy's hall, eighth street and Nicollet ave nue. Minnearolls people at New York betels are as follows. Earlington, A. Smedt Rossmore, H. N. Seelve Gr.n Union, H. L. Williams, Mrs. W. K. Atherton. Seville. W. Dalgarno. If hard to please, you will like Satin skin cream and Satin skin powder. 25c. Warning! Don't Go to California. It would be a great mistake to ar range for a trip to California at this of the year without first looking into the new sleeping car service to kansas city over the minneapolis and saint louis railroad, making close con nection in kansas city union depot with the fast and luxurious California limited trains. Ko ^the road offers W*y**t "Flower played.Song" Miss Lang entere'd unattended and was met at the improvised altar by Dr. Orr. She was gowned in heliotrope silk accordion pleated and with trim mings of fine lace. The bouquet was of bride roses. During tho informal reception which followed the service Dr. and Mrs. Orr were assisted in receiving by Mr. and Mrs. William Lang of New Prague, and Mr. and Mrs. McElroy. Mrs. IPred L, Gray presided in the timing room assisted by a bevy of young girls, Misses Vera Jones, Irente Parker, Abbie Reed and Marion Fish, T,he decorations were in red roses and smilax. The center piece was a basket of roses, and red satin ribbons were stretched over the cloth and caught in large bows at the corners of the table. Dr. and Mrs. Orr left in the evening for New Prague where they will be at home after Jan. 5. Mrs.'Orr wore a handsome going-away gown of black with a fur coat and hat to match. Among the guests from out of the city were Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Goodrich of La Crosse, Dr. and Mrs. Osborne Orr, a brother and sister of the bridegroom from Jordan, Minn. Dr. Carl Jonfes of Huron, S. D. Edward Bennett of Win nipeg. Frank Sppfford of New Sprague, Miss Helen Quinlan of Chaska Mrs. Taylor and Miss May Harrington, St. Paul. 3* 4body, WANT MAGNl'S JOB Four candidates are in the field for the office of street commissioner or the Third ward to succeed E. Magni, the former commissioner, resigned. The rivals for the place are Ole Rognas, John Monahan, Hugh Wilson and George Baxter. As a result all the po litjcaj wireB of the Third ward are working at a white heat. Sweeten Your New Year's Greeting With a box of Original Allegrettl Chocolates. This delicious candy has won hundreds of candy lovers In this city. We sold hundreds of pounds for Christmas and we have an extra large supply for New Year's. i/2-lb Boxes 30c 1-lb Boxes 60c 2-lb Boxes $1.20 3-lb Boxes $1.80 5-lb Boxes $3.00 Chas. H. *Cirkler, 602 Nicollet Ay. 49 Sixth St. S. FbrtheBaby' FOOD Vitality is a good indica tion of a baby's condition. A listless baby is not in a good condition of health. Mellin's Food babies have a great deal of vitality because Mellin's Food gives strength and vigor. Our book, "The Care & Feeding' ofInfants" Free. %*he GRAND IZEat%t. ionic, 1904. 4 Gold Mefti, Mtflittrt Atttftf, MELLIN'S FQ0O CO., BOSTON, MASS. MERCHANTS OP PINE CLOTHES Women' Fur Lined Coats Radically Reduced Saturday we offer our entire stock of fur lined coats at greatly re- duced prices.. W put unusual effort in getting exceptional values for our trade, and among other strong points we wish to emphasize the length and fullness of the coats, the sleeves lined with fur as in and the rich fabrics used in the shells. The original prices, con- sidering the superiority of our coats, were lownow they are most notably cheap. $150French broadcloth coat, very fine lining, sleeve dfr^j fl lined, real black lynx collar, very deep now TP 1 $135Brown coat, fine beaver collar and cuffs, selected |AA nutria skins, lined, full length now 1 Vr\/\J $250Doeskin shell, black and sable lined, best qual- tf?^ p* ity Persian lamb collar, imported model now...-,x ^X.uU $250Real mink lined coat, black lynx collar and cuffs $X/5%) $85Finest black broadcloth, full lined with squirrel dM7/ 4 backs gray squirrel collar now S I $50Blaek kersey shell, squirrel lined, new style (thO A sailor collar of blended squirrel now 9b O 5 0 $35Black and green kersey shell, squirrel head fl* 4$ lining, muskrat collar now 3h^/3 ifr^ Opera Coats Reduced Fur Lined. illPf tiff!1? Opera coats, red, mode, tan, green cut from $75 and $60 A to $50 and $40. Other styles cut to $25, $29.50 and $35. On sale goods. No approvals or credits, Tremendous Markdowns on Women's and Children's Knit Underwear When The Plymouth makes a Mark Down it is Always Conspicuously Radical Children's 60c Union Suits, now 25c. Women's Three-quarter Wool Swiss Vests and Tights, now 85c. Women's excellent quality Union Suits, now 85c. Women's Silk and Wool Mixed Vests and Tights, now $1.25. Women's $3.50 Mercerized Silk Union Suits, now $1.75. Handkerchiefs, Shopping Bags Half Price The mere announcement of a half price sale at The Plymouth carries conviction. You may come here prepared to secure greater bargains than you have ever known. For example- Over 50,000 Fine Pure Linen Handkerchiefs will be sold like this 15c kinds, now 7 l-2c. 50c kinds, now 25c. 25c kinds, now 12 l-2c. $1.00 kinds, now 50c. $1.25 kinds, now 62 l-2c. And shopping bags will be sold like this The $1.00 Bags, now 50o. The $2.50 Bags, now $1.25. The $3.50 Bags,fi&w$1.75. All our jeweled dog collar necklaces will be sold at just half price. The 50c kind for 25c. The $3.50 kind for $1.75. The $1 kind for 50c. The $5 kind for $2.50. The $2 kind for $1. The $10 kind for $5. Other things reduced, knit underwear, neckwear, neck ruffs, etc* Visit this New Department. You will not be Disappointed* Corner of NicoHet Ave. and Sixth Street. ^O^K I V-, I 3g~Z MOTHER USED TO Y4AKS. SUC MINC E ME^ IN 2*PIE lOc PACKAGES. MERRELL-SOUIECO,SYRACUSE, Large Navel Oranges, per doz 2Gc, per peck 45c. Florida Oranges, per doz 25c. Small Navel Oranges, per doz 18c. Lemons, per doz 15c. Popco/q, per lb 4c. Paper-Shelled Walnuts, per lb 15c. Shelled Walnuts, per lb We. Shelled Pecans, per lb 48c. Shelled Almonds, per lb 32c. Jordan Almonds, per lb 42c. New Dates, per lb 7c. VALLEY CREAMERY BUTTER, JAR $1.32. Sweet Dairy Butter, per iar $1.10. Best Lard, per lb 9c. New York Sage Cheese, ppr lb 20c. Rich Wisconsin Cheese, per lb 14c. Good Brick Cheese, per lb 14c. Sweet Butterine, 2-lb prints 25c. Crisp Potato Chips, per lb 18c. Home-Made Mince Meat, lb 12^0. New Honey, pint jars, 24c. Stuffed Mango's, 4 for 25c. Dill Pickles, per quart 7c. Smoked Herring, lb 20c. Hubbard Squash, each 7c. Sweet Potatoes, 9 lbs 25c. Onions, Silver Skin, pk 22c BRACKETT'S XXXX FLOUR, $2.40. Quaker Oats, per pkg 10c. Grape Nuts, per pkg lie. Macaroni, 2 1-lb pkgs 13c Navy Beans, quar. Corn Starch,p 1-lb pktg6c 4c. Cut String Beans, per can 10c. Fancy Telephone Peas, per can 10c. Choice Sweet Corn, per can 7c. Red Kidnev Beans, per can 8c. 3-lb Pumpkin, per can 8c. 3-lb Beets, ptnrcan13c. 3-lb Spinach, per can 14c. Peaches, in extra heavy syrup, regu lar 35c, per can 23c. New Citron, per lb 13c. Seeded Raisins, 1-lb pkg lie. Cleaned Currants, 1-lb pkg 8c. Fancy Evaporated Peaches, per lb 12c. California Apricots, per lb 12c. 1 & & arackctt eo HTK S l Pickwick Blend of Moch Java Coffee, per lb 27cj $1.00. CCOa' i'here is an art In -writing a Journal want ad for a servant. Manyservanti are already employed but are looking for better positions. Stat* the *4van- tages of the position you offer when you advertise. THE BI8 DOLLAR'S WORTH" One Pint Pure Rve. All for One guart Barton Port, titf One Quart Old Sherry,' INVENTORY SALE $1.25 Pontet Canet 90c. i J' 75c Pontet Canet 50c. $1 Sauterne 5Sc. \Ci $1.25 Cocktails 98c. ff $2.25 White Tokay, per sal *1.S8.^ $3 Frado Sherrv, per gal $1.85. I I $1 Blackberry Brandy, per gal 70c.^^| Sherwood^ Maryland's Famous Bm' full quarts $1. Duffy's Malt, Der bottle 88c. 'M Grape Juice, large 50c bottles 38a. \4 Malt Extract, per doz $1.35. Best Dressed Poultry of all kinds. Pork Loin, per Jb 9c. ^^'-^^M Jones Dairy Farm and Stiles Berkshire Sausage. i I i Rodtw)oa B7insf30c 1 Tetley's Tea, 60c pkg 42c Japan Tea Dust, 2 lbs 25c. Best Cocoanut, per lb 12%c Oyster or Soda Crackers, per lb 5e MONARCH SOAP. 10 LARGfi BAM! 30 CENTS. Washing Soda',"8 lbs 10. rli Lenox Soap, 10 bars 28c. "A Witch Hazel, full qt bottles 28e.'I Laundrv Starch 3-lb box 16c. The Big Dollar^ Worth. 1 v. Legs of Lamb, per lb 14c. aC-J Lamb Stews, per lb 5c. v_-$ Corn Beef, per lb 4c. Pot Roasts, 6c to 8c.