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$7.50 Each". Table Sale. MUNZER'S Selling Out S3sm Tuesday Evening, Invite Your Presence to Their Opening 'Display of Slammer's Accepted Styles Second Floor It might ivellhe called a summer of Linen and Lingerie effects-time was when Ltnen and Lin gerie gowns were considered out of place except for Country, Lake-stde or Sea-shore wear. TODAY-LINEN! LINEN! LINEN! is the smart thing from the dainty hand embroidered Parasol to the Canvas Shoe. Hand Embroidered Princess Frocks. Lace and Hand Embroidered Mull Frocks. Batiste and Lace Princess Frocks. Bobinette and Lace Baby Waist Frocks., Figured Net and Lace Frocks. Freech Mull Qowos Pink-BlueHelio $18,00 $27.50 $30.00 Special Opening Offering Morning Frocks of French Lawnwaist and skirt hand- somely trimmed in Valenciennes lace. Special $6.75 Two-Piece Linen Suits Hand Embroidered Pony Coat Suits WhiteNaturalPink and Blue. $27.50 to $60.00. Tailored Lieem Suits- Three-quarter Coat Styles French. Batiste Eton Coat Suitslace combinationWhit, Gray, Pink and Blue $20.00 to $35.00. Linen Outer Garments Linen Ivfotor Coats Rajah Embroidered Linen CoatsWhite lajfeta and Lace CoatsIrish Cluny Lace Coats. Summer MiMnefy Opening If yon are looking for something *in a hat froth exclusive and chic, do not miss this showing. Dressy HatsMorning HatsLake Side Hats in fact, anything that is smart can be found here. of Style Importance. This summer your costume will not be complete without a dainty Fren ch Parasol. Mote Coats Hand $5.75 to $75.00 SPECIAL GPENINa VALUES $3.75 $5.00 Plain Linen Parasols(for Monogram) "White, Pink and Blue. Special $2.50. GREAT REDUCTIONS SALE OF TABLES We have selected from our stock thirty tables suitable for parlor or living room, French and Colonial designs, satin finish solid ma- hogany also a few Mission styles in oak all choice patterns rang- ing in price from $9 to $18, that we will close out. A "Jf ffe Your choice of lot...... O %9 This sale offers an excellent opportunity to procure a high- grade table at a very low price. Moore ZJ Scriver. HOMEFURNISHFfRS, 711-713 NICOLLET AVENUE. Beautiful Line of Higb Grade CHINA DINREHWAER ANDERSON'S We have a large and very complete line of Open Stock Dlnnerware at reason* able prices. We make a specialty of Service, Entree, Dessert and Bread and Butter Plates, Bouillon Cups, Ramiklns and Table Glassware. ANDERSON'S EXCLUSIVE CHINA STORE, 614 NICOLLET AVENUE. $5.75 $7.50 Each. Table! Sale. VACATION TIME Will soon be here. "WE SU-fcVfcM/Sr Bookkeepers and Stenographers for temporary as well as $ PERMANENT POSITIONS. S. A. MORAWfiTZ & CO. 500-501 Kaaota Bldg., Minneapolis. "There are plenty of women who believe women to he incapa-' hie of anything hut to cook, inca pable of interest in affairs."Em erson. 4 $ A pretty wedding took place last evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Woerner, 3131 Calhoun boulevard, when their daugh ter, Marie Henrietta, became the bride of Arthur E. Hopper of this city. Eev. T. W. Stout read the service in the presence of 100 guests. Miss Harriet Forbes sang, Since Thou Art Mine,'' and Mrs. Henry Woerner played the "Lohengrin" wedding march. In the living room, where the ceremony took place, garlands of wild plum and ap ple blossoms and snowballs were ar ranged to form a bower. Rosea were in the vases and wall pockets. In the hall American Beauty roses were used, and the dining room was decorated with a mass of dainty wild flowers, fow turple violets centering the table in a mound. Sidney and Louis Hopper Were the ribbon stretchers and marked an aisle for the bride with white satin bands Miss Woerner was daintily gowned in white embroidered net over white chiffon taffeta. The full veil fell to the hem of her gown, and the prim, old-fashioned bridal bouquet was of white roses. Miss Mildred Morgan was the maid of honor. She was in white silk mull dotted in yellow, and her flowers were jonquils. Little Es ther Hopper? in a girlish frock of white point d'espnt over white, was the flow er girl and scattered rose petals in the path of the bride. Raymond Hopper carried the ring in the heart of a great American Beauty rose. Dick Slultz was the best man. During the infor mal reception which followed the serv ice, Mr. and Mrs. Woerner and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hopper assisted in re ceiving. Mr. and Mrs. Hopper left on a short wedding tour to Duluth. They will be at home after June 1. at 3041 Pillsbury avenue. The bride's travel ing gown was of gray with a hat to match. Mrs. D. W. Thurston gave the bridal dinner last evening at her home, 3233 Mr and Mrs. John Gluck entertained Friday evening at their home. There were thirty-five guests. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Mrs Samuel Morse Is home from a three months' trip to Europe. Mrs W E Bord ot Kenwood has as her guest for a. month Miss Estelle McCtun of Ietrolt Mich Admiral Farragut circle will give a card party this evening at the home of Mrs. D. H. Acker son, 807 Fifteenth avenue S. Enterprise hive. No. ~67, L. O T. M, will give ft dance Friday evening in Kistler's hall. Sixth avenue N and Lyndale avenue Miss Marie Page, formerly of Minneapolis, now of Los Angeles, is visiting MM. Phillip Woerner for several weeks. Miss Page will re main in Minneapolis until September. Miss Eva Blanchard, treasurer of the Minne sota Sunshine society, left last evening for Kew York, -where sbe wiU attend the national convention as the delegate of the Minnesota society. Minneapolis people at New York hotels are as follows Grand Union. 6 Elevell, Union Square, L. Williams .Holland, Hood DnluthHolland Mrs Hay: York, E Stet enson Diamond Medal Contest. The district W. C. T. U. convention will open this evening in Bethlehem Presbyterian church with a diamond medal contest. There will be five speakers, Lulu Thompson, Mae Lloyd, Elsie Waterman, Eussell Chapman and Frank Kelly. The program will be un der the direction of Mrs. Anna Lyon, superintendent of medal work. The contestants have all won three medals. the silver, small gold, grand gold and the winner will be entitled to take part in the contest fer the grand diamond medal at the state convention in Sep tember. The whiskey of character and uniform high quality is Pickwick Rye. Ever tried it? SOLDIERS STUDY Examinations Held for promotions in National Guard. Fourteen national guard officers took examinations at the old capitol yester day, and those who pass will be eligible for promotion. Questions were given in common branches and in military sub jects, including administration, drill regulations, field service regulations, gunnery and ballasts, manual or iw,danduty,r uar constitution and military fo the engineers, topography and field engineering. The following took the examination: Frank A Jones, oj the First, Frank D. Knowlton, of the Third, Matt Higbees A of the First Roy tLawrence, A of the First, Ole F. Olson, of the First/ George Ashton, E of the First, Walter O Flodin, C. of the Third, Thomas Hogan, battery A, First ar tillery Fred A. Salstrom, battalion quar termaster and commissary Third, Mathias Baldwin, of the First Fred G. Gardner, of the. Third. Daniel Pet tigrew, A of the First Edward M. Van Duzee, battalion quartermaster and commissary, Third Temple A. Child, of the Second. The woods are full of cheap whiskies which you can't afford to drink. The best of the good ones "4a JPicltwick Eye. I THE!?/'MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. CLUBS Aim CHARITIES WEDNESDAY- American McAH association, annual meeting, Westminster church, all -day. Ladies' Aid society of Calvary Bap tist church, church parlors, all day. Women's Soeiety of Trinity Baptist church, church paiwre, all day. -Associate members of the Thursday musical studio, 1ft a.m. Ladies' Social?5 Laterv Miss Gertrude4tn Laddy and Eugene Frevitt. Covers were laid for ten, and the decorations were charmingly carried out in pink. The centerpiece was a low mound of pink carnations, and the place of Miss -Laddy was designated by a large clus ter of pink blossoms tied with pink tulle. T. Lester Daniel was host at a bach elor dinner Saturday evening at the Kaiserhof in honor of George Story Wheaton The marriage of Miss Alu Jackson and Mr. Wheaton will take place this evening at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Edward P. Burch, 1729 James avenue S. Mr. Daniel will be the best man, and there will be no oth er attendants Miss Caroline Choate of Winona is the guest of Miss Jackson. The South high school alumni ball, in honor of the senior class, will be given tomorrow evening in the Audi torium annex. The patrons will be Professor and Mrs. A. N. Ozias, Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hicks. Green and 8Tid the class colors, will be used and the arrangements are to be ex tremely handsome and attractive. Les ter Stover is president of the alumni, and assisting him on the arrangement committee will be R. B. Donald, W. B. Boreman, Blanche Murphy and 1. L, Condit. Mrs. E. W. Gregory of 3420 Pleasant avenue entertained a group of children Saturday afternoon in honor of the birthday anniversary of her little daughter, Jean. The invitations had been sent out on postals with a pretty picture of the little hostess in the cor ner. About twenty small guests were present. The rooms were bright with yellow flowers and a cake with three burning tapers occupied a conspicuous place in the dining room. circle of the Church of the Redeemer, church parlors', all day. Women 's Home Missionary society of Plymouth church, Mrs. Gk. W. .Beach, 1500 Harmon place, 3 p.m. W7 C. T. XL, district convention Beth lehem Presbyterian church, all day. Women's Union, Oliver Baptist church, church parlors, all day. Women's society of Central Baptist church, church parlors, 2 p.m. Ladies' Aid society, Tuttle Universal-, ist church, Mrs. Irvine, 3128 Portland avenue. Ladies' Aid society of the Thirteenth Avenue E church, Airs. Hanson, 1112 East Nineteenth street, 2:30 p.m. Woman's Home Mission society of Westminster church, church parlors, 8 p.m. Women of Wesley church,. Foreign Missionary society, 10 a.m. Ladies Aid society, 1:15 p.m. Home Missionary society, 2 p.m. Thursday Musical Students. For the first time in the history of the Thursday Musical the student mem bers of the Society met this morning in thev studio and transacted business. The student members have never had a voice in the business of the musical, but at a recent meeting of the active body it was decided to ask the students to choose a committee, to meet with the active members in the transaction of the society's work. Mrs. W. O. Fryv berger, the new president of the musi-1 cal, presided over the gathering this morning, and her interest and enthu siasm were contagious, About thirty five of the 135 students who belong to the musical were present, and they were quick to see the advantages of tke new ruling. The committee was chosen as follows: Mmes. E. A. Britzius, G. H. Heising, A. H. Sielken, F. H. Smith, J. E. Mehan, John W. Baxter, Nellie C. Bailey, Misses Pearl Bunce, Lily Ham berg, Anna Fuller, Fannie Stinchfield, Florence E. Johnson and Myra McFar lane. Mrs. Bailey was elected chair man and will preside over the meetings of the student body in the futur e. A new feature of next year will fee the student concerts, when the pro grams will be givenOby the students and the active members will bel guests. the activeo members wil choose students, wh will be admitted to full membership in the musical. These student concerts will be of a social na ture and will probably be given at the homes of some of the members. Tomorrow the associate membership of the musical will meet at the studio to take similar action in regard to future presentation with the active members. Mrs. Houghton Honored. Mrs. Louise S. Houghton was the honor guest at the reception this after noon which was given for the dele gates to the convention of the McAll mission which opens tomorrow. The re ception was held in the parlors of An drew Presbyterian churchy and a great many of the women who are interested in. the work, of the mission were pres ent. The rooms were simply decorated with foliage and plants, and the tea table, from which a group of women served refreshments, had a setting of flowers. Receiving with Mrs. Houghton and the delegates were Mrs. Frank D. Leavenworth, Mrs. E. M. Van Cleve, Miss Mary Pearry and Miss Laura Chute., Mrs. Houghton spoke of the Mc All mission work mFrance. She has been a visitof^ffiSre- aid her talk con tained items stee'tad^fea^ered herself concerning the wonderful work which is being done by the mission. Sunday School Sally. A meeting of Sunday school workers will be held in the First Presbyterian church this evening. Mrs. Bonnell will preside. Mrs. J. W, Barnes of Newark, N. J., the international junior and in termediate superintendent, will speak Mrs. J. C. Buchanan will give an ad dress on Teacher Training,'' and Mrs. Towner will read a paper on the Baraca work. Miss Alice Kirk and Miss Rose Turnbull will contribute short musical selections. Visiting Club Women. Miss Adele McClaran of Duluth, for merly of Minneapolis, is in the city, the guest of Miss Kemper, 1815 Portland avenue. Miss McClaran is the leader of one of the large women's study clubs, the Shakspere class, and is also leader of the Twentieth Century club, of which Mrs. J. L. Washburn, the president of Minnesota Federation of "Women's clubs is president. Misp McClaran will be in Minneapolis during the week of the general Federation of Women's clubs iennial in 5t. Paul. CLTTB NOTES. There will be no meeting of the Political Equality club tbis month. The next meeting will be held on the regular June date. The Women's Missionary society of the First Presbyterian church has postponed its meeting, set for tomorrow, until Wednesday, May 23. Tbe "Women union of Oliver Baptist church v, ill hold an all day meeting in the church par lors tomorrow. A.i nooD a baBket luncheon will be served The Woman's Home* Missionary society of Westminster church wiU meet tomorrow at 3 In the church parlors As the McAll mis sion convention will meet tomorrow, the ses sion will be a short one An ell-dar Industrial meeting will be held to morrow in the church parlors by the Women's Industrial society fit Trinity Baptist church. Luncheon will be served at 12 80, and a devo tional meeting will be at 2 m. A tea will be given tomorrow afternoon at the Church Home for Aged Women, 587 Fuller Street, St Paul, and the home will be open for the inspection of the visitors. A program will be a feature of the afternoon. A number of Minneapolis women are planning to go over to the tea, which is a public affair. We run our own deliv ery wagons to Minne apolis every day. AH Interurban Cars bring you to our Robert St. door. Damask Tablecloths, 2x2 yards, $2.50 values $1.38 Women's Outfitters. First, Second and Third Floors Full of the Latest Fashions Jor Ladies' Wear. During Saturday night's storm, a few dozen Waists were slightly damaged by water in our basement stock room. *7tT "Wednesday morning we will place them on sale /^C *at the ridiculous price of Eton and Hip Length Jackets Special Sale of Handsome Eton and Hip Length JacketsFine Venetian loth, fine.. Broadcloth and Taffeta Silks. Regular, price $19.50, for..., $1450, Automobile Coats Full length, generously full in width, Khaki Linen and Silk Coats unusual ^fO good value P^L Jvl Taffeta Silk Shirt Waist Suits Black and colors, with lace chem isette and pretty white Lawn Dresses, lace trimmed. Special for Wednes- QUO 7 day *pl. (O Brush Facts Experience Is one way to prove anything, you can save yourself thbut trouble and ex pense of trying a poor brush tif buying a good one at CIR KLER'S. It Is certainly econ omy to buy anything that is sold with a guarantee to wear well. You can return any brush bought of us that proves un satisfactory, and this applies to both our tooth brashes and hair brushes. 0 It's the Know How The young men who serve you at our fountain are experts and know proportions to a point that makes a CIRKLER soda or Sundae perfect. Chas. H. Cirkler, 49 Sixth St. S. 602 Nkollet. The best property at KOOCHICHING Falls is secured through The Enger-Nord Realty Co. 120 Temple Court Building, Minneapolis Minnesota Call or Write. A Wise Woman will try and preserve her beauty. A. fln bead o tutlr Is one ot tbe Highest chatma, Imperial Hai Regenerator restores Gray or Bleached Hair to any natural color. It is clean, dura ble, when applied cannot be detect ed. Sample of hair colored free. Pnva cy assured. IMPERIALCHEMICAL MFG.CO., 135 W.Ud St oldCo.<p>AAAAHMX...NewYork. 07 Dillin Drug 101 Wftsb. BT, vat Sttalar it Orooker. 616 Mia CURED TO STAY CURED. We give prompt relief and permanent freedom from Asthma. Our latest Book, No. 8 9 will be mailed on request. OR. HAYES, Buffalo, N. Y. HOTEL DENNIS Atlantic City, N. 3. Open all the \car. Fireproof addition of 100 Booms and baths. Hot and cold sea water in private baths WALTER BUZBY. SILK HEADQUARTERS OF THE NORTHWEST. SIXTH & ROBERT STREETS, ST. PAUL, MINN. A name that has stood for Superlative Style and and Quality since 1870 Our Great May Linen Sale ls,a Big Event This Year as linens bought at these prices are a splendid investment. Every foreign advice says "linens grow dearer." To get real linen bargains now is simply the richest of good fortunes. Broadway Damask Co.'s Tablecloths and Napkins at f Damask Tablecloths, 2x2^4 yards, worth $4.00 each, 7 Extra heavy Double Damask Cloths, 2x21^ yards, $8 values, each. Extra fine double Damask Cloths, 2x2 yards, -^orth $6 50, ^fc ^t^J each ^3^7 Handsome double damask cloths, 2}ix2& yards, odds and ends no nap- kins to match worth to $11.50. 4* ^L7 Choice for ^VV| Bedspreads. of Satin Marseilles, with hemmed ends, worth $3.00, ^L^' A White Dress Linens. Light and medium weight Irish linen, yard wide, $1.00 JC\t* value, a yard. .....\.i Ovv Extra heavy Homespun Linen, for tailored gowns, wide, $1.00 values, a yard Irish yard 60c $4.19 now $3 75 spreads $ 2 7 5 $4 25 spreads $ 3 Trimmed Hats Artistic designs, copieB of $25 and $30 hats one of a kind, only 35 in the lot, for QJ( "JC "Wednesday ]V Tailor-Made Suits Silks and Tropical Worsteds, Taf feta Silk, Black and White Checks, fine Gray Worsteds, Chif fon Panamas, in pearl gray, pas tel shades and black. Eegular prices $30, $35 and $40. 4iO For Wednesday *pJmD New White Linen Skirts Well-made Skirts, circular and umbrella styles. Eegular $5.00 values Wednes- day ORIENTAL RUGS $3.75 In this exclusive Ori ental Rug Stock you will find selected rugs only every piece large or small is a gem of its kind prices you will admit are low. KHIVAS^ 50 extra fine Khiva Rug s, in all sizes to 9x13-6 feet. $50 to $17fe Cleaning- and Repairing. ALBE N EELIIK GO. Nicollet Avenue. Chapman'stNicolledanah8t WHAT THE MARKET AFFORDS: Strawberries, fancy Arkansas, quart boxes, 10c. Asparagus, home-grown, per bunch, gc. Spinach, peck, lOo. Wax Beans, lb, 20c. Tomatoes, lb, 15c. Pieplant, lb, i Pineapples, fancy Floridas, each, 18c. fl|kS Ola.UfljM Wm. Underwood's New Uiaill UnOWUer England Clam Chow der, superior to all others, put up in quart tins. Add a pint of milk and you have enough to serve 10 people. Per can 26 c. 0 A Dozen Ginger Ale ^teBnu* Kleansall & White Line &fefowde $2.00U9i4 $1.00 rebate for case. IInil Lauritzen's Health Table 1 I A mall Malt dozen #I|IU 25c rebate for bottles. Garden, Lawn and Flower Seeds, in packages or in bulk. 60cc5 De-tan-iwted Coffee nyb|jjL drink this coffee, lb cans 4UI Express paid on all shipments Minnetonka points. Grocer.' Baker. Confectioner, OUR MILL PROCESS Is the oniy way to properly clean wool blankets. We renew that soft, fluffy feeling "We call for and de liver. Both phones. North Star Woolen Mill Co. INVESTORS Desiring a good rate of interest with abundant security should call and exam ine the first inortgage farm loans for sale by Minneapolis Trust Company Fourth Street and Hennepin Avenue. PICKERING'S Seven-Fourteen Nicollet. 20 per cent Reduction on Muslin Underwear. This means that you can choose from the line. Our Great* Suit Sale Continues with unabat ed enthusiasm. Don't miss Wednesday's Bar gains. 50 dozen Odd Napkins, no cloths to match, 24x24 and 25x25-inch sizes, valued up to $7 a doz-$4.22 for en 330 dozen extra fine Damask Nap kins, worth to $4.50 atf dozen, for WO Table Damask. 30 pieces fine bleached Damask, two yards wide, that is extra good value at $1.75 a yard, here Wednesday at Irish Linen Sheeting *J 2% yards wide, economical because little is required for a gown $2.00 value, a yard The best evidence we can see of oar increasing preferment In filling pre-, scriptions Is the gain in volume of business month by month. Evidence of the satisfaction we are giving: is the favorable comment of leading physicians, who continually give us preference whenever possible. They like the neatness of our packages and the thorough purity and wholesome ness of what's inside. Bring us your prescription work next time and see the evidence yourself. QUALITY SHOP SlOlllSEfMiri^0LOIEOLIV CScBracKett Co. Asparagus nS*0.*^ Lima Beans quart CI il Brackett's XXXXt 98-lb. sack In uaker Oat onarch Soap iii"" A.B.G. Boer $1.18 I $1.35 5c i Onions fi&SSS?^.. 7c Radishes inches 8c Pie Want ^nds 5ct: Spinach Ss'T.*^ 7c Cucumbers JB 7c Bananas Jsr.!?r.^. 12c Pineapples 2K.S^ I4ci nil A Ti1** DUIier Creamery. V4 sUon jars I Maple Syrup S'oS. 62c Salad Oil SS& Molasses f-S^'^ Lard Olive Oil Navy Beans S^:pldt.ed- t- famous Valley 1 I A 11.25* 39c i Best, Quality. Iftl* pound lUw Direct from Southern France, ^-sral.bottles 9 vJeYt,,BVl4h $2.25-c8 8cL Per packag-e.. 30c Pickwick Doffee RSf fL $1 ^Hi That famous blend.W Barton Port Ear$L ^oT^.^.JZ.S.$1^O^1^.iUJ^1.8Ei Mal Extrac Sherwoo fM Hib Boast, lb, 12%c. k4*m& Ribs of Export Beef, 6 lbs, 25c-4^ Large Koe Shad, 75c. Sn oked Halibut or Salmon, lb, 20c. Rev .Gulf Shrimps, qt, 35c., S IWJi Frog Legs. *s" ^i HatoiSnrg Steak, lb, 8e. ^*v- SPECIAL Privat* Stoek Eye^ bot .led at the distillery, 4 qt, bottle|r in plain box by freight, carriage^ paid 500 miles all for $2.95. SeadJte mfo: oat qsa$taie jarice list.