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$ Direct attention to these extraordinary reductions in*r?
Safe!
It Is easy to purchase a piano
at the Metropolitan Music Co.
'because every make we handle
Is well known and has a lone
'and satisfactory record behind
Jit Then too, the record of the
Metropolitan for 25 years Is re
assuring.
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Kerseys and English Mixtures offered in many cases
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$18.50 to $30.00 Coats.$12.50
$27.50 to $35.00 Coats.$18.50
$30.00 to $40.00 Coats.$22.50
$35.00 to $50.00 Coats.$25.00
$40.00 to $65.00 Coats.$29.50
Pur Pieces Reduced
Attractive Bargain Opportunities
Natural Mink Throws $16.50 $19.50 $29.50 $38.50
Beducea from $25.00, $30.00, $45.00, $75.00
Black Lynx Stoles $25.00 $27.50 $32.50 $85.00
Keduded from $35.00, $45.00, $50.00, $125.00
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Keduced from $28.50, $35.00, $58.50, $85.00
Price Price
SALE
OF REMNANTS
The accumulation from the heaviest season we have ever
had in our upholstering department. French tapestry, armure
and damasks, various lengths from one-half yard to four
yard pieces, to CLOSE OUT YOUR. OWN PRICE.
Imported Gobelins,a and Tapestries, 50 Inches
wide, from 50c P0
a nAT
Easy!
While our stock is made up
entirely of high-grade instru
ments, the prices are not high
and the terms are very easy
say
$10 Down$4 a Month.
Now is a Good
Time to Buy
pman's
8th and Nicollet
SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY
Malt
Lauritzen's Health Table,
doz
25c for return of bottles.
Gluten fffirSs?...
Lreakfasi Food
leans iszS^f^^: 50
irape Fruit ly..*??r!daa:.e
New Malt, !?_
per package. .199
with any pound
of Tea.
Tettey's Tea
65c
Green Label-
1-lb. pkgs
A few boxes of Santa Claus, ft
100 bars to the box VfclttV
Medford. sifted early Juna.
can Hart's Marrowfats,
can
lorn Sr?cy.Maine'.
8c
10
I2e
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Toasted (Torn Flakes
pk* 10c
In the Batlle Creek Sanitarium Health Foods we
carry Malted Nuts. Protose, Meltose. Nut
Butter, Bromose, Baked Beans, Charcoal Tab
lets, Granola, Granuto, Gluten, Wafers, etc.
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$55.00 to $75.00 Coats.$39.50
$65.00 to $80.00 Coats.$45.00
$100 and $110 Coats. .$65.00
$115 and $125 Coats.. .$75.00
$125 and $135 Coats.. .$85.00
FlUr Lined CoatS A limited number specially
reduced to close quickly.
upward Brin the measure
rDamasks
of your worn chairs or couches.
GET OUR PRICES ON REUPHOLSTERINGt
Moore & Scriver,
711-713 Nicollet
4
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Sacenand
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Sale
New All-Over
Embroideries for Lingerie Waists.
A fine collaction of exclusive de
signs in English Eyelet and Blind
Mercerized effects. Come and
see them
Prices, 65c
0 $7.00 ya**
Don't forget that we make
Shirtwaists to order, and don't
forget that we give 50c worth of
goods for every $10 worth of
Cash Purchase Checks.
PICKERING'S
Seven-Fcmrteen Nicollet.
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THE CARE OP THE HAIR
should be of interest to every woman If
Gray or Bleached, It can be restored to Its
natural color, or made any shade desired.
The Imperial Hair Regenerator
is the acknowledged STANDARD
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easily and g.
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FREE
Easy and pleasant to
use. It contains no soap
(alkali)a thorough cleanser,
leaves hair soft and sweet:
10c each six bangs for 50c,
mailed free anywhere.
HISS WANOUS, Druggist.
720 Nicollet AT. Minneapolis.
10c
Don't
Try to Be
Your Own Doctor
To be of anvvalue medicine must
be prescribed. The kind and quantity
must be decided bv a doctor. How
people will carelessly grasp any
labeled cure-all and try to be one's
own doctor Is hari to understand.
The advice of a good physician In
the form of a prescription and this
prescription carefully flllei is the
decision of the wise and wiU prove
sure, safe and sensible.
A Smile
Of satisfaction is registered on the
face of ererrone who Tisits CIEK
LEB'S formate.
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THE BOYD TRANSFER y STORAGE CO.
Warehouse, 400-410 E. Lake St. Main Oifice, 46 S. Third St.
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Minneapolis merchants use The $
3 Journal most every day in the week 4
3 because it pays them Dest.
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WARE- HOUSE
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"The rudest man, inspired by
love, is more persuasive than the
most eloquent mat, if uninspired/'
La Rochefoucauld,
Miss Helen Buckley and Prank C.
Emcrick were married this afternoon at
5 o'clock at the home ot the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Buckley,
0.68- Seventht avenue N. The twenty
five guests included the relatives and
intimate friends of the family. Pink,
whito and green had been chosen as
colors for the decorations, and the par
lors were appointed with clusters of
roses and carnations for which smilax
and palms made an effective back-*
ground. Rev. Mr. McGill read the
service and Phillip Emerick, a brother
of the bridegroom, played the wedding
march. The bride wore a handsome
fow of white albatroBS trimmed with
her bouquet was of white
roses. Miss Irma Emerick was the
maid of honor and wore, a frock of
white and her bouquet was of pink
roses. The best man was Archibald
Buckley. Following the service an in
formal reception was held and light re
freshments were served the dining
room from prettily decked tables. Mr.
and Mrs. Emerick will be at home at
568 Seventh avenue N, during the win
ter, but are planning an extended trip
to California early in the spring.
The marriage of Miss Elinore Sauer,
niece of Mr. and Mis. Theodore R.
Cook, and V. Walter Huebscher was sol
emnized last evening in the parsonage
of the Church of the Immaculate Con
ception. Rev. T. E. Cullen read the
service in the presence of a group of
relatives. Following the service a bri
dal supper was served at the Hotel Lin
den, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cook.
Covers were laid for twelve and the
bridal party included Miss Eleanor
Harmsen, the maid of honor, and G. Ray
Pearson, the best man. The decora
tions were in red and green, and the
table was charmingjy decorated with
masses of red carnations.
Mr. and Mrs. Huebscher left in the
evening on a wedding trip to Cincinnati
and other eastern points and on their
return they will be at home in their
handsome new home, 1105 East Lake
street. Mr. Huebscher is with the
First National bank.
The wedding of Miss Maude Braden
and Albert J. Vanstrum of Minneapolis
took place last evening at the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G.
Braden, at Wayzata. Only the relatives
and a few near friends witnessed tho
service, which was read by Eev. W. A.
Black. The bride wore white silk niull
and carried white roses. The brides
maid, Miss Eachel Daugherty, was in
white over pink and her flowers were
pink roses. J. A. Stanley was best
man. Mr. and Mrs. Vanstrum left on
the evening train for Galveston, Texas.
They will be at home in MinneapolFs
after April 1.
The -junior ball is the absor^*g topic
among the university young people, who
are eagerly anticipating the great event
of the midyear, which wili.be given
Friday evening in the university arm
[ory. The attendance will not Joy Any
means be confined to the university peo
pie, for the dancing set is also inter-,
ested. and the alumni of other colleges
are planning to attend and enjoy a col
lege dance again. The big armory 101
be transformed into a fairyland. 16i 1 meeting, church parlors, 3 p.m.
green and white, the class colors, and
Ladies'-
from 8 until 9:30 o'clock by the band,
and balcony tickets may be obtained
for this program. The patronesses in
clude the following well-known twin
city women: Mmes. John A. Johnson,
W. N. Liggett, A. E. Hall, S. E. Van
Sant, E. A. Jaggard, D. P. Jones, A. F.
Pillsbury, J. T. Wyman, G. H. Part'
ridge, J. B. Gilfillan, W. J. Hield, C. L.
Bartholomew, F. E. Esterly, Cyrus
S. Jones,
Pattee, H. L.
Carl Schlen
ker, F. L. McVey. F. M. Anderson, A.
A. Law, F. S. Appleby, F. S. West
brooke. Tickets may be obtained at
the Metropolitan music store or the Cor
ner bookstore.
The Kappa_ Kappa Gamma sorority
will give an informal tea tomorrow af
ternoon in the sorority rooms on the
East Side in honor of Miss Katherine
Jewell Everts of Boston who is in the
city for a few days. Miss Everts gave
a delightful program of Browning's
lyrics this afternoon in the Y. W. C. A.
building, and yesterday she read Mae
terlink's "Sister Beatrice" in a most
charming and artistic manner, success
fully portraying the widely different
music w^ll be furnished by the Fort' iiue^ Baptist church, Mrs. Parkhurst,
Snelling band. There will be a concert 4
STATE OF OHIO, CITT OP TOLEDO,
Lucas Couttyss
Frank Cheney makes oath that he Is senior
partner of the firm of Cheney & Co doing
business in the City of Toledo, Crtuntv and State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum
of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and
every case ot catarrh that cannot be cured by
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK 3. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence this 6th day of December, A 1880
A. W GLEASON,
(Seal Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken iuternallv and
acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system Send for testimonials free
F. CHENEY & CO Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggists. 75c
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Beautiful Line of.
High Grade
China Dinnerware
at ANDERSON'S
We have a large and very complete
line of Open Stock Dinnerware at
reasonable prices. We make a spe
cialty of Service, Entree, Dessert and
Bread and Butter Plates, Bouillon
Cups, Ramlklns and Table assware.
ANDERSON'S
Exclusive China Store
614 NICOLLET AVENUE.
Cm
FAST ATLANTIC SERVICE
LUXURIOUS AND MOST
MODERN EXPRESS STEAMERS.
S. S. "Empress of Britain" and "Em-
press of Ireland," 20,000 tons displace
ment, 18,000 horsepower, 20-knot speed
submarine signals, wireless telegraphy,
cost OVei* $2,000^,000/ 3Fin6st and fastest
steamships between St ^Lawrence ports
and Europe 3% days from land to land
Rates and particulars from
E. LIDMAN, N. W. P. A.,
Minneapolis, Minn.
T. C. 798. N. W. Main 2616.
Of*- nard Shaw'syNi&fa*%mdfyx "Cfodi&d?
#er-
The January class of J,906 of the North?
hifch sehool and a few rieiads ware en
tertained S^rdayj* evening foy Joe
Breen. 2223 Kusselk avenue, in honor
'of! his. birthday anniveSfBary*-- Games
we're played an Walter "Lujrer won a
prize a guessing contest. Music was
furnished by Misses Catherine Hamb
lin Lillian Jacobs and Carl Mauer,
and refreshments were served. Miss
Cynthia Adams.in behalf of. the .guests,
presented Mr. Breen with a handsome
gold signet ring. ^The* guests were:
Masses .Cynthia lA.dams.,JJJva Mahoney,
Anna Mortimer, Jennie Mahoney, Mar
garet MoDermott, Antonnette Brown,
Anna Satherwaite, Grace Saunders,
Ella Gleason, Marabeth Hobbs, Cather
ine Hamblin, Tillie Jacobs, Lillie Ja
cobs, Blanch Danek, Gertie McGowan,
Emma Marks, Matilda Kunz, Nora
Hohler, Professor W. W. Hobba, Jack
Marks, Carl Maurer, Walter Luger,
Earnest Hohler, Hilmer Lund, Herbert
Hagstrom. Jessie Van Ettan, Eobert
Gaylord, Leon Wilkinson, John Thomp
son, Roscoe StanchfleW, Camille La
Palme, William Craig, Joe Breen.
The engagement of Miss Ida Zedi-1
kovitp and Louis Lawn was announced
Sunday evening at a gathering of young
people at the home 6f Mr. and Mrs.
Simon Zedikovitz, 904 Eleventh avenue
S. There were twenty-five guests, and
games and music were followed by -a
supper. *t
PEESONAL AND SOCIAL,
Mr and Mrs S JJulhert will leate Satur
day for an extended southern $rip. ^They wiU
visit the Bahamas, Cuba,-and Mexico and will
be away \.ntil May JL
Minneapolis people at fv'ew York hotels arelasst a
follows, York,1!1w Morrison, Cadillac F. Bas
nuisseri. DuluthHotel Astot, J. M. Giddinga,
iG^h:
H*1*
adlru^V^Stlnfa^
CLUBS AND CHARITIES *T
Club Calendar.
Wednesday:
Ladies' Aid sociefcyof Stewart Pres
byterian church, Mrs. E. D. Cone, 3116
First avenue S. 2s30 p.m.
Women of Calvary Baptist church,
missionary meeting^ church parlors, all
day.
Women of Immaftuel Baptist church,
thimble bee, Mrs. McKeen, 2712 Elliot
avenue, afternoon.
Women's guild of All Souls' church,
guild rooms, 2 p.m.
Women's Foreign Missionary society
of Simpson M. E. church, church par
lors, 2:30 p.m.
Women's Society of Central Baptist
church, church parlors, all day.
Social circle of Andrew Presbyterian
church, Mrs. Samuel Anderson, 611
Ninth avenue SE, 2:30 p.m.
Ladies' guild of Grace Episcopal
church, Mrs. F. E. Hooper, 816 Twenty
second avenue S. afternoon.
Ait History club, Public Library
building, 10 a.m.
Woman's Foreign ^Missionary sdbiety
of Plymouth church, Mrs. E. D. Sewell,
108 E Twenty-fourth street, 3 pjn.
Woman's Missionary society of Pil-
rim
Congregational church, Mrs. Frank*
auderdale, 1824 Aldrich avenue *N "3*
p.m.
iadies' Aid society of the Thirteenth
Avenue M? church, M&. J. Paul,
2112 Sixteenth aven*e\ S,Ji:30 p.m.
""Ladies' Aid society of the FirstjPres
'kyi&yian church, church parlors, 3?p.jh.
^Woman's club of he First Unitarian
jejmrch, church parlors, all day.
4 Woman's Foreign Missionary society
$$t .^Westminster church, annual praise
4escqrt
ed the new members to the reception
room and to the frappe tables. A pretty
feature to promote friendship was the
forming of a circle around the new
members and the loinmg ot hands ana
i
MYOLuMNSIDFJ.OE
\TH E PBKE MflEIV
singing "Nearer, My God, to Thee, entirely free fro intoxicants, is a grea
in the Swedish language, "America,"
"The Star Spangled Banner," and a
closing hymn in Swedisjj.
Thev society is a religious and char
itable organization of Swedish women
mg humanitycare in
reception committee
were Mmes. A. Malmsten. P. P.
John Halvorson, L. Dahlgren,
Sioblom. C. P. Watson, Nathan
ncr, F. N. Cedarburg, Delander, A. Bar
quibt. Andrew Anderson, A. Bergstrom,
A. Dahl, John* ^ofgren. Game Broo
berg, C. J. Jobn^on, J. P. Termng and
Rundquist, and the Misses A, Fsyk
and Ida Quist.
OLTJB NOtfES.
The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of
the Simsaon Methodist chvreh wUl meet to
moirow at 2 30 m.. in ttie cnuroh. parlors.
Supper \ill be served at 6.30 pa,
The Woman's society Of Central Baptist chnrch
will hold an-all-day meeting tomorrow to the
church parlors At noon a luncheon will be
served.
%&'
'"The popular story of the 'monkey
"dinner/ given at Newport, at tp.e
home
oft Mrs.a "Stuyvesantfact, Fishhowever-,unsi, true I had basis of
and that is why it has had so much
vogue," say John W. McCue and
Josepn J. Cahill, the vocalists appear
ing at the Orpheum theater this week.
f'We sang at that dinner and ean
truthfully say that 'Jocko,' did not oc
cupy a position at the dining table, as
was reported," said Mr. McCue. "In
fact, at the time of the dinner, his
monkeyship was slumbering. Here is
the real, inside story of that famous
dinner:
i" We were engaged as soloists on
Joe Lieter's Taurus. Leiter owned the
monk.' The dinner was planned by
Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish and Harry Lohr,
and Leiter took so kindly to the scheme
that he sent 'Jocko' to the tailor to
have him fitted out in regal style. It
was the intention to introduce him as
'A Prince of Siam.'
At the last moment, however, Lei
ter weakened, and so the dinner was
tiventhe
without his Simian highness. Just
ow story got out has never been
known, but the valet evidently gave
the tailor the- details of the plan, the
tailor passed them on to some ener
getic reporter.
"We got to know Harry Lehr pet
ty well," says Mr. McCue. A great
deal has been written about Lehr and
his inanities, but he is a bright chap.
Cleverer than you might think. He was,
I believe, originally a
champagnehiemad
agent, and by being eccentric received
so much advertising that he became
quite the fad And then he
success permanent
rich Mrs. Dalgren.''
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The degree team of Anchor camp, 870, M. W.
A will give a dance Wednesday evening in the
hall, 320 Nicollet avenue. At the same time
the men will be entertiiffed at a moke social
In the adjoining, hall.
The Royal Ladles of Hennepin court, No. 2,
were enteitained Ifiiday .afternoon by Mrs. Car
son of Clinton avenue. Tb.ev-affair was an old
fashioned dress party and thirty-five guests
weie present. An old-fashioned spelling contest
was the amusement of the ajjternoon. Refresh
ments were seived. The hostess waa assisted
by Mmes. Camp, Smith and Miss Anna Smith.
Mrs. H. B. Batemau entertained the members
of the Entre Nous club and their husbands at
her home, 8225 Colfax avenue, last evening.
Clneh waB played and the prizes were won by
Mrs. O. J. Mooney, W &. Yeo and Mrs. Fen
stermacher. The rooms were decorated with
ferns and floweis and after the games light
refreshments were served.
Access permanently marrying the
SIR KNIGHTS ATTEND
FUNERAL OF PIONEER
The funeral of the late W. H. Jacoby
was held at 2:30 p.m today from the
asylum of Zion commandery, K. T.,
sixth floor of the Masonic Temple. The
ritualistic services were in charge of
Eminent Commander Dr. L. F. Foote
and Prelate Eev. C. Sharpe. The ad
dress was delivered by Eev. Dr. James
S. Montgomery, past grand prelate.
Palestine Chapter, 0. E. S., attended
in a body. An escort-of Zion com
mandery proceeded to Lakewood cem
etery, where only brief Services were
held in the chapel. The bearers were
all Knights Templar: H. M. Myers,
J. L. Brown, E. E. Shepard, J. F.
Fankhauser, John Elliott, Caleb S.
Philbrick.
C. L. Jacoby, son of W. H. Jacoby,
who was hurrying to the bedside of his
father at Los Angeles when he died,
met Mrs. Jacoby coming east with the
body of her husband, and they arrived
on a late train today. In Minneapolis
the services were held by Zion com
mandery at the last request of Mr.
Jacoby.
WORK HARD ON PLAY
Thirty Members of Roosevelt Club
Compete for Boles.
Thirty members of the Minneapolis
Roosevelt club are competing for places
in the caste of "The Ranee of Oudth,"
the 1906 production of the club, and
when the local players appear before
the footlights, Minneapolitans will flee
several new faces among the princi-
Eav,e
Aid society of Chicago Ave
1
372 Par avenue, j2:30 p.m.
Ladies' Aid society of Xowry Con
gregational church,"- Mrs. W. Stevens,
2416 Lyndale avenue S, 2 p.m.
Woman's society of Trinity Baptist
church, church parlors, all day.
A Club Ltmcheon.
The Elective Study club will have its
annual luncheon tomorrow in Dayton's
tea rooms. Covers^will be placed for
twenty-five, and after luncheon there
will be a number of toasts, with Miss
Mary Eobinson, the president, as toast
mistress. The club is studying Shaks
pere this season and is following an in
teresting plan of learning something of
the country as well as 01 the period of
the plays.
The Concordia Society.
The parlors of the Odin club were
the scene of a charmingly appointed re
ception this afternoon, when the women
of the Concordia society received in
honor of the new members and for the
officers who were elected in January.
A musical program was given by Miss
Constance Osborne,, w_ith the skill and
artistic finish which "nave made her
known in musical circles. Miss Osborne
played selections fr,om. Beethoven, Schu
man, Eaff, Chopin and Liszt, and each
of her numbers received well-deserved
applause.
As the society is large in number,
the new members were greeted by the
chairmen of the reception and member
ship committees, Mrs. John Halverson
and Mrs. F. M. S. Cedarberg, who wore
white carnations, and who presented
the new members with pink carnations
to distinguish them as the honor guests.
After the program the chairmen
als as well as seyeral of the men who
figured in the past performances
of the organization. iMCembers of the
play committee are leading a strenuous
life selecting the "leads." The make
up of the caste has not yet been deter
mined.
Alth6 the production is not to be
given until Easter week, Wednesday
and Saturday evening rehearsals of
choruses and dancing formations are
going on regularly at the clubrooms,
and upon the selection of the principals
the real work of the undertaking will
begin. Tomorrow evening the chorus
will be divided and the men who are
to assume the feminine roles will be
selected.
Pure food laws we good. The absolute purity
of Burnett's Vanilla has never been questioned.
TALKS OF VENICE
Herbert W. Faulkner, the Painter, En
tertains a Large Audience.
In spite of the cold weather the as
sembly hall of the Studio Arcade was
filled to overflowing last evening by
the invited guests of the Society of
Pine Arts. Herbert W. Faulkner, tho
artist who is now exhibiting at Clow
studio, talked of his experiences in
Venice. The talk was entwined by an
abundance of good stories, and lllus-
After the talk a reception wag neld
in the studio, where Mr. Faulkner's
paintings are on exhibition. Mr.
Faulkner leaves Saturday, and his ex
hibit closes Friday evening. Several
paintings have already been sold. Dr.
Soren P. Eees has added to his col
lection, having bought "Morning in a
Narrow Waterway." exhibited in the
Paris salon, and ''Distant Venice at
Sunset.''
who support a free bed in the Swedish seemed to be a small cold sore on my lip. It
hosnital and care for needy and suffer- became rery appearanc an began
nospitai ana "fjT^Lg On the to spread until It nearlydcoveredemyd face. I
S afternoon 9
Mra Luther Kitchen find M-s Samrel Ander
son will entertain the Social Circle of Andrew
Presbvteiian chur! at the home of -Mrs. un
dersoil. 611 Ninth avenue SE. tomorrow at 2-30
The Woman's club the Flist Unitarian
cturch will have art meeting hj the
church parlors tomorrow. The morning yrtU be
devoted to sewing an4 after^a boar lunch at
noon there will be ftn important business jession,
when officers wiU be elietea an* -plan* for the
year dlicusMed. J""..**,
Mrs Marv Miller will speak on "Reincarna
tion and Karma" at tue- nubile reqepttto jrtiich
the Minneapolis branch of 'the heoBOphicalusd
cletv will give in the* uocietj* rooms 4M'Dayto
building, tomorrow evening, 'There win.oshfc be
music and a sotf^'JiOaf yml follpw- the pro-
BrThe Woman's ocl^%r5$tetty Bant^s* Jshnrch
will hold an aU-dayPtt*trtftl and
fWetenjnis-I
siou meeting In
Jtlifranwh
BAD STOMACH
MAKES BAD BLOOD.
You can't make sweet butter in a foul
churn. Every farmer's wife knows this.
Your stomacn churns and digests the
food you eat, and if foul, torpidor out of
order, your whole system suffers from
blood poisoning. You will have foul
breath, coated tongue, bad taste, poor
appetite and a whole train of disagree
symptoms. Dr. Pierce's GoV
Medical Diiscovery.
able symptoms Dr Pierce' Golden
which is not a bever
ag composed
ofm
whisky or alcohol,
a-
Hoog-
parlors tomorrow
afternoon Luheheoh ^Wll be *tartv$ at 12:30
clock and at 3 ni there will bfe a program
an "Christian Education in Japan.^
stiff papercovers, or31 stamps
for cloth-bound. Address Dr
ft, V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y.
g6t bi if neglected
Pellets cures constipation.
beingt
regulator an* invigorator o' the Stom
ach, Liver and Bowels.
"About a year ago I was ill with blood poi
soning," writes Hiss Eveline Louis, of 89
Walter Street, Buffalo. N. Y. "I had what
frightfuangry sighin an could not go out
side the house because of my appearance,
used a blood medicine which did not give
me any relief. Then I begran to take your
'Golden Medical Discovery.' I was greatly
benefited with the first bottle and after tak
ing- the second bottle was completely cured.
The erysipelatous eruption disappeared and
my blood was cleansed. My complexion is
clear and fresh and lohave felt better this
year than 1 did for some time before. Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is cer
tainly a most remarkable medicine."
Dont accept a substitute lor a medicine
which performs such cures and which has
a uniformly successful record of nearly
forty years to its credit. It's an insult to
your intelligence for a dealer to try by
over-persuasion to palm off upon you in
Its stead some inferior article with no
record to back it up. You know what
you want it is his business to meet that
want.
ttRfl tmfk GIVEN AWAY, in copies of
^Vm%M%M%M rrjne People's Common
SensThere Medical Adviser, a book that sold to the ex
tent of 500,000 copies a few
years atfo. at $1.50 per copy.
Lat year we save away
$80,000 worth of these invalua
ble books. This year we shall
srive away $60,000 worth of
them. Will yon share in this
benefit? If so, send only SI
one-centstamps to cover Cost
of mailing- only 'or book in
mm MERCHANTS 6P KINE CLOTHES.
Fine Furs Reduced
^S.SOTnen'l blac^ fur gaunt
let gloves and \3 fa A Ctfk
mitts, now.
$60 natural and dyed rat
lined coats, &A
now PnrO
$90 natural and dyed rat
lined coats, otter
collars
Women's Furnishings
Among the many splendid bargains offered in the
Women's Furnishing Section "Wednesday are
Women's 35c Fleece Lined Stockings for 19c.
Women's $1.25 Wool Underwear for 69c. I'
Women's 50c and $1 Belts for 19c.
Women's $1.50 JFlannelette Night Gowns for 63c.
Women's Kimonos, long and short, very much reduced.
Visit this new department. You will surely find,
something to interest you.
The Plymouth Clothing House, Nicollet and Sixth
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever..
DR.
r~*-
Finc Rigi Eyeglasses.MM
Rest eaey and comfortable on the nose, never loose their alignment and
maintain correct relative adjustment. An Improved eyeglass, embody-
ing some Important 8PECTACLE PRINCIPLES.
COMPLETE STOCK OF PHOTO SUPPLIES.
T. Felix Oouraud's Oriental
Cream or Magical Beautifler,
Bemoves TMJ, Pimple*.
Freckles, Moth Patches!
Bash, and bkin Diieues,
and every blemish
on beauty, and de-
fies detection It
has stood the test
of b! years, and
Is so harmless we
tasteit tobesureit
la properly made,
afceceptno counted-
felt of similar
name. Dr L. A.
Havre said to a
lady of the hant-
ton (a patient):
"As you ladle*
will nse them,
I recommend
'Gournnd'a Cream' as the least harmful of all tha
kin preparations" For sale by all druggists and Farcy
Goods Dealers in the United States, Canada and Europe.
FERD.T.HOPKINS, Prop, 37 Great Jones Street NewYoit
Made famous over fifty
years agois still famous.
The only dentifrice oi|
International reputation.
S0Z0D0O
3 Forms: Liquid, Powder & Paste
l-30th
of the entire Quinine production of the World ft
consumed every year by the makers of
Laxative Bromo Quinine
1 "Cures a Cold In One Day"
E.W. GROVE'S signatureon box. 2ic
Direct From Florida
GRAPE FRUIT MARMALADE
Hpme Made Guava Jelly
Made at Ormond Beach, very delicious
BOTH
PHONES is used without fresh milk will meet
the requirements. MellhVs Food is
always to be used with fresh milk it
satisfies and feeds the baby. Send for our
book, The Care & Feeding of Infants," free.
The ONLY Infants' Food receiving
the GRAND PRIZE at St. Louis, 1904.
Gold Medal, Highest Award,
Portland, Ore. 1905.
MELON'S FOOD CO., BOSTON, MASS.
Constipation although a little ill, be- Bendforfree book containing information
Ti ...grones .__^i**. jjr Pierce's of priceless value- to all expectant mothers.
The Bradfleld Regulator Co.. Atlanta, fia.
S?HiMilll SI
Old
it,*,
8
J^theBafiT*
FOO
Fresh milk is absolutely
necessary for the baby. No
dried milk food, or food which
Oman's
Nightmare
pure. The critical ordeal through which the expectant mother must
pass, however, is so fraught with dread, pain, suffering and danger,
that the very thought of it fills her with apprehension and horror.
is no necessity for-the reproduction of life to be either painful
or dangerous. The use of Mother's Friend so prepares the system for
the coming event that it is safely passed without any danger. Thie
great and wonderful
remedy^ is always
appliede'xternally.and has carried thousands
of women through
the trying crisis without suffering.
ttlP'EbJk
4*
$55 near seat jackets, plain,
half price, dJO'T Etf\
now J)*rf I ouU
$60 river mink jackets,
best skins,
now
$75
.$45
$45 Astrakhan -Jr**'i
Jackets, now......... $35
OPTICIAN,
604 Nicollet Ave.
CSJBfclcKett G).
iiliU
CI fa- Brackett's Best,
98-lb. sack.
Quaker Oats
S2.25
Per
package.
|l|]ff AW Valley Creamery%-Gal
10c
Ion jars ....fliVW
Dairy Butler S. $1.08
Lard S^-
9c
Catsu ffi 12k
Telephone Peas SsteSE.. 10c
Sweet Corn 6c
Standard Tomatoes 10c
Salmon Steak f^lV^. 25e
Mustard Sardines ^T. To
Clam Juice S 10c
Prunes fs?.?^?: 22c
Prunes fibTf^.!?? 25c
Apricots S&r^^: ..lie
CS#k California. 1-lb. A
Dates pound
Soap Hsr^?.1^.
Barton!i*.G.ra.Dr^!1.
Brandy ^on
Whiskey ?&R3r.
A
rlgS packag-e 9 1
T5oeT
30c
Port&BOC:SI.50
50c
Grap Juiced 38c
Picnic Ham, per lb, 8%c.
Bacon, Sugar-cured, per lb, 12%c.
Best Eound Steak, per lb 10c.
Chicken, young, per lb 15c.
Pork roast, per lb, lie.
Oysters, Standards, per qt, 35c.
Your Income
where it is spent, how much
of it is paid out in pen
alties for "not knowing,"
what it brings you, how
much of it remains to you
if these things are interest
ing, then the store ads
should be of exactly equal
interest to you.
-4?
A
No woman's fcappi*
ness can be complete
without children it
is her nature to love
and want them
as much so as
It is to love the
beautiful and

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