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I tast looking at D ap plicatioy i not affected by bhs efrrtits curling is absolutelIy harm essi any natural i-hade poduced pir Invaluable for Beard and Mustache. Sample of your hair colored free. Imperial Chem. Mfg. Co., 135 W. 23d StN.Y. old by iKiim Drug Go., 101 Wasn. ar. aatf reals* le Crocker. 61i Mia. wi BUY ^r Champagne. SLOAN S LINIMENT ANccessityWhen Travelini For Tooihach( Neuralgia. And AllAccidents3 Price 2jfj0f &$1.00 AtAHDrugj ~^^f ~IM ^""nZ iSiaw .f** c*.*KAte& -a* i'r Mr *'M&- Safe- S. A Challman of Montevideo wiU succeed A W Rankin as state graded school inspector at the close of the school year, Aug. 1. The selection was made the state high school board vesterday afternoon, from a field of twenty applicants. Mr. Rankin re tires to enter the department of peda gogv in the state university, as assist ant professor, after eleven years', serv ic e. George Aiton was re-elected high school inspector. Mr. Challman is superintendent of the Montevideo schools, and a prominent educator. graduated in 1888 from Augustana college, Rock Island, 111., and after short experience in minor positions, went to Moorhead as prin cipal of Hope academy, serving four years. was superintendent of the city schools at Detroit, Minn., for,seven years, and has been five years in his present place at Montevideo. The sal ary of his new position is $2,300 a year. Dr. W Sallmon.-preaident of Carle ton college, recently appointed on the board Governor Johnson, took his seat as a member. The entire mem bership of the board took part in the election. Good "old-fashioned honesty" and new fashioned styles Foot-Schulze Glove rubbers. As a whiskey of assured purity and faultless quality, Pickwick Rye has no equal SPRING DESIGNS IN ILLINERY TOMORROW: Iriday MISS BUSSE will display a beautiful line of elaborate and exclusive designs in this year's hats. Fifth Floor Syndicate Block 521 NICOLLET AVENUE WANOUS' Thursday evening', It iniu $ Box Springs jto Order MONTEVIDE O MA N IS RANKIN'S SDCGESSO (AG Don't use *oav contains alkaliuse this pure vege table preparationa thorough cleansera preventive of gray hairsit insures a vigorous growth of hair6 bags for 50c. Mailed postpaid nnv^here by HISS WANOtJS, Druggist. 720 Nicollet Av, Minneapolis. "There is one thing admirable in women they never reason about I their blameworthy actions even in I their dissimulation there is an ele ment of sincerity."Balzac. S Mrs. Daniel B. Jackson announces the engagement of her daughter Alice to George S. Wheaton. The wedding will take place in May. Dean and Mrs. H. T. Eddy will en tertain the members of Dean Eddy's class at the university at their home, 916 Sixth street S, Saturday evening. They have invited an equal group o young women for the same evening. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Oberhoffer enter tained at dinner last evening at the Hampshire Arms for Miss Janet Spen cer, Ellison Van Hoose and Julia Walker, the soloists at thf last concert given "by the Philharmonic club. W. L. Harris was also a guest. Red car nations and ferns furnished a charming table decoration. The Z. A. Z. Dancing club, which is composed of fifty couples who have for nightly in the Roosevel. clu^ rooms, held its last party of the season on Tuesdav evening. The officers elected for next year are Will A. Elliott, presi dent L. W. Douglass, Dr. F. E. Haynes, viceptesidents H. B. Lane, secertary and .John* G. Lund, treasurer. Mrs. G. H. Porter has been entertain ing at several pleasant affairs for Mrs. O. C. Strickler and Miss Lulu Doehne of New Ulm. Saturday evening Mrs. Porter was hostess at an informal card party, and she also entertained at a dinner for her guests. Miss Doehne is a graduate of the agricultural college and finished her studies last year. Mr. and Mrs. Porter, who have been spending: Some time in Detroit, Mich., have removed to Minneapolis and are at home at the Birchwood flats, 812 Fourth street SE. The people of Andrew Presbyterian church held one of their series of neigh borhood socials Tuesday evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. N. McDonald, Fourth street SE. About thirty guests participated in the evening's enter tainment. Miss Grace Feltus and Miss Williams gave some delightful piano, solos, after which a daintyluncheon was se-rved. The next social will be held tomorrow evening. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Mi. and Mis. T. N. Ken von of 2320 Colfax avenue S, will leave ne\t weok foi a trin to Cuba Tlie PloThTinnians -K-111 meet tomorrow at 3 p.m. with Miss Winifred Kitchen. 1724 Como avenue SE. Mrs Euginin Dennis, department secretary of t.ie Woman's Relief Corps, is at home at 1416 Clinton avenue. The Fridav Thimble Bee club will meet to 2108 Hairiet avenue. .Mrs B. T. Karr, who has been visiting Mrs. Charles Belden at her home on Clinton avenue. leturned to Chicago Sundaj Mr. and Mrs." Charles Gc*t7 of Colorado ar Minneapolis Sunday and hare tfonp to and Mrs. Lucius Frink at their lake 1oIn M'" home. The nnmber: and officers of Riverside lodge, S94. I O O. will be entertained by Lindsay N. Campbell at his home, 1603 Fourth street SE, thi evening The Ladies' Aid society of Park Avenue MethOdmt chinch will give a sociol tomonow night at tlie home of,T. A. Sanderson, G15 East Tuentv-slxth street. Circle No 1 of the Ladies' Aid society of I owlet Methodist Episcopal church will hav a social at the home of Mrs. N Ken von, 2320 Colfax avenue S, tomorrow evening The Olive Euchre club will be entertained bv Mrs W. Penin, 2500 Gaifield avenue, to morrow The change had been mudr owing to the absence of Mrs. Valliantourt from the city. Minneapolis people at New York hotels are as follows- I'ulon Squaie Rangland Cum berland. Mrs King, Holland L. Clnistiaii Astor, Stinson DuluthPark Avenue, C. C. Kritzeu tfHE GANZ RECITAL Holders of "all-star" course tickets who failed to hear Rudolph Ganz at the Audi torium last evening in piano recital, missed one of the best things of the sea son It was a little trying to present a substitute program, perhaps, and pos sibly some may hai thought that no substitute cou ld take the place of Mme* Zeisler, for there was a vast number of vacant chairs in the large hall The pianists, however, were all there, and the lovers of piaho music, too and despite the sparse attendance and the deficien cy of caloric in the Auditorium, Ganz has no reason to complain of the lack of enthusiasm and cordiality in his recep tio n. His playing is characterized by consci entious artistry. Endowed with intelli gence, and musical perception to a marked degree, and possessed of a technique that is fairly bewildering in its all-suffi Glency, Ganz did what he chose, but chose to do so admirably that the even ing was one of unalloyed delight. Evej~y embellishment that a loving composer cou ld introduce was faithfully played, and each note stood out with a crystalline distinctness and clearness that was charming. The program was divided in to three part s, the first part being devoted to the "old masters," the second to Chopin and Grieg, and the third to a miscellaneous roup I the Haydn "Fantasy in C," player was especially good, preserv ing the traditions of the. old instruments. The Sgambati "Old Minuet" was like an exquisite cameo, while the hackneyed Beethoven "Sonata Appassionata, op 57 was given a virile reading that was very fine, securing three recalls. In the Chopin readings no one cou ld be finer than Mr Ganz was strong without being over-sensuous, reading a power and force into the compositions played that did not destroy their senti mentality. The "Etudes in Flat, op 10," was s\ pleasing that after repeated recalls it was played a second time. The Grieg "Ballade in minor" was won derfully played and again Mr Ganz was obliged to respond to an encore. Ravel's "Frolic of the Waters," with its mar \elous simulation of splashing waters, was read with a full appreciation of all it was intended to convey. The Liszt numbers, the "Petrarch sonnet" and the "Polonaise in E major" were played as they were intended, in marked contrast, and completed a delightful program. Howard Boardman. BEFORE THE PUBLIC EYE The young people of the Church of the Redeemer will give "The Temple of Fame" tomorrow evening in the Sunday school room for the* benefit of the piano fund. There will be thirty five in the cast. Musical numbers will be given by Misses Helece Paulsen, Gertrude Hale, Phoeli and Mrs. John Edgar Rhodes will preside over the temple of fame. The Ladies' Social union of the Fifth Avenue Congregational church will give an entertainment tomorrow evening, "The Court of Honor," a sequel to the "Temple of Fame." About forty of the women of the union will take part. MUNNEAFULTIS the last two yeaTs been dancing fon- Twenty-fifth street. Thee AtawasiosW ansd ..i ._ Authors'Study dubs will be the guests. The Friday History club will meet to morrow at 10 a.m., with Mrs. E W Kingslev, 2316 Bryant avenue S. After the program Mrs. Kingsley will enter tain the members at luncheon. The young Matrons' club will be en tertained at a luncheon tomorrow at the home of Mrs. J. D. Bren, 2438 Grand avenue. CLUBS AND CHARITIES Stfs.o -f Defective Club Calendar. I FRIDAY Alternates, Mrs. Hiram" Lyon, 827 Sixth street SE, 2:30 p.m. Young Matrons' club, Mrs. J. D. Bren, 2438 Grend avenue, afternoon. Social Circle of Highland Park Pres byterian church, church parlors, all day. Woman's auxiliary of All Saints' church, in the church, 2:30 p.m. Ladies' Aid society of Stewart Pres byterian, church, Mrs. C. P. Worrall, 3501 First avenue S, 2:30 p.m. Friday History club, Mrs. E. W. Kingsley, 2316 Bryant avenue S, 10 a.m. i Travelers', public library building. 10 a.m. Cassiopeia club, Mrs. S. J. Bowler 1516 West Twenty-fifth street, after noon. Ladies' Aid society of Salem Eng- lish Lutheran church, Mrs. C. A. Smith, 2324 Emerson avenue S, afternoon. Club Amenities. The Cassiopeia club will have a reci procity meeting tomorrow afternoon at the home of S Bowlr, 1516 et Anniversary Luncheon, The tenth anniversary of the organi zation of the Travelers' club was made the occasion of a charming luncheon this afternoon in the attractive private din ing room at the Concord. In keeping with the season the decorations were carried out -with masses of spring floW" ers and the clusters of brigh tand sunny jonquils which were arranged on the table and the buffet harmonized artis tically with the old blue coloring and handsome antique furniture in the room. The shades were drawn and the light from yellow shaded tapers, and yellow shaded side lamps and chande liers gave a pretty illumination. Covers were laid for the seven ex-members of the club, the two honorary members, Mrs. J. C. Buchanan anl Mrs. W. o! Fryberger, and the twenty-nine active members, making a gathering of thirty nine women. Mrs. C. L. Bartholomew gave the club history, and the presi dent, Mrs. A. W. Armatage, was the toastmistress. Responses were made by Mrs. J. F. Kearney, "Our Club": Mrs. W Coe, "Our Presidents" Mrs. c. Hervey, "Our Husbands, Dear Boys" Mrs. W. I. Gray, "Our Children" Mrs. Frank H. Wadsworth, "Our Good Times.-*' Mmes. Geo. W. Beach, John T. Baxter, Frederick Wurtzbach, C. H. Robinson, C. L. Bar tholomew and L. J^Bardwell formed the committee whic$made the arrange ments for the affair. TUnrgaay Musical. A delightful (program was giv&Tthis moraine in fthe Unitarian chureh be fore tno Thursday Musical. Misses Mamie Swanberg and Constance- Os- born gave the opening- number,' Wag ner's ."Ride of the Valkyries," or* two pianos. Miss Mabel Hansen played a ian solo and Miss Cora Riekard and T. D. Bell a duet on organ and wano. The vocal numbers were by Musses Margaret Daniel and Louise Hickey. Mrs. Myrtle Thompson Em mons contributed two violin numbers. Her instrument is an old one, a Magini, and bears the date 1638. In her announcements Mrs. Muckey spoke of the Zoch recital tonight, the rendition of Victor Bergquist's ora torio "Golgotha,' in the Auditorium, April 6, anff the Gadski recital Tues day evening. An Annual Meeting. The Elective Study club met with Miss Norris at the home of Mrs. E. E. Smith, 3134 Lyndale avenue S, Tues day afternoon. Officers were elected as follows: Miss Mary J. Robinson, president Mrs. Charles N. Clark, first vice president Mrs. N. F. Phillips, sec ond vice president Mrs. W. M. Bab eock, secretary Mrs. Albert Haines, treasurer Mrs. E. C. Brown, federa tion secretary. Mmes. E. E. Smith, A. M. Harrison and Prank Dinsmore will form the social committee Miss Mary E. Thompson, Mmes. W. M. Babcock amel Russell Lawrence, music commit tee Mmes. W. M. Babcock, J. R. Hart zell and E. E. Brown, program com mittee. During the last year the club has studied Shakspere, and this year the members will take up the study of the historical plays. On April 10 a trip will be made to St. Paul, where the state capitol will be visited-and where Mrs. Russell Lawrence will be the hos tess at a club luncheon and at the af ternoon meeting. Bethel Settlement. The Women's Improvement league will hold an icecream social and a fair at Bethel Settlement tomorrow after noon and evening. Of special interest will be the exhibition of embroideries, the work of the embroidery class 'dur ing the last year, and a number of finely embroidered shirtwaists and center pieces will be shown. The work has been done by women who are adepts with the needle and those interested in handwork will find tlie collection a very interesting one. If you want pretty millinery this spring, go to Holbrook's, 820 Nicollet NAMES AN EDITOR Carlos Avery of Hutchinson was ap pointed today a member of the state game and fish commission, to succeed Uri Lamprey of St Paul, deceased. Mr. Lamprey's term had expired, so the appointment of Mr Avery is for a full term of three years. There, was a sharp rivalry for the ap pointment, and a number of St Paul men were candidates, figuring that the place belonged to the capital city. The con test was sharp that it was finally deemed best to outside the, city. Mr Avery is a democrat, and editor of the Hutchinson Independent. 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Bankrupt Price UNDERWEARBalance Women's velvet fleece Vests and Pants, fair range of sizes have been 50c. Bankrupt Price The Sappho Ladies' quartet, assisted by Mme. Josephine Bonaparte Rice, gave a concert and dramatic entertainment at the First, Unitarian church last evening. Unfortunately there was but a small at tendance, but those who went were am ply repaid for the effort. The quartet, consisting of Misses Bstelle Solon, first sopranoHelen Paulson, mezzo soprano Ethel Matson, first contralto, aria airs Jda May Paulson, second contralto, gaye a wide variety of selections, and was obliged to sing a number of encores Three of the quartet also appeared in solo and duet numbers. Miss Solon re sponded to a encore with the familiar "Japanese* Love Song," and Miss Matson with on of the Qaynor songs Mme. Rice gave three readings which rWere greatly appreciated, including tha familiar "Aux Italiens," by Owen Mere dith, and the "Execution of Sidney Car ton from Dickens' "Tale of Two Cit ies Both numbers were admirably given and encor ed were granted. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. RALLY. The Christian Endeavors of the central por tlon of the city will rally tomorrow night in Park Avenue Congregational church for a Joint social rally. The twelve societies of the third district have planned the affali, and an enjoy able evening is anticipated Arrangements have been made for an attendance of between two and three hundred yonn gpeople. BEADING OF "ENOCH ABDEN." 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