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ill 'if' i i (ftlt i Si Sjj&vS Price Remnant Sale TV* ,.v ^MERCHANTS OP PINE CLOTHES.* OUR STOCK ALWAYS, THE JfBWH! OUR. Tr' ICES ABSOLUTEL-Y THEr Millinery Any colored trimmed street or semi dress hat in the house, Friday and Satur day All dress hats, worth up to $25, Friday) and Saturday, All dress hats, worth up to $75 Ladies are kindly requested to call early, so at to avoid the crowds, which always attend our sales. Hosiery About 1,500 pairs women's fine quality lisle thread and cotton hose, that former ly sold for 25c, 35c and 50c per pair, will be condensed in one large lot and closed out while they last at 19c per pair. The lot includes about 65 dozen sample hose secured from one of New York's largest importers, and the balance is the broken lines of our own stock that formerly sold for 25c and 50c. For Friday and Satur day Women's pure thread silk hose in) black, white and colors Women' Suits Sale still continues. Many excellent values here, our Yunrestricted choice of any wool spring suit in stock at this price. All styles, all fabrics. Values, I %J-, $20 to $45 Wash Waists A dozen different styles to select from, both elbow and long sleeves, regular and "Dutch" necks. "Waists that would easi ly sell at $1.50 The Plymouth Clothing House, Nicollet and Sixth SALE OF REMNANTS Tomorrow and Saturday we will have a clean out on all odd lots, remnants and, soiled pieces, goods that were left over from a busy spring season. If you need curtains for your lake home, covers for chairs, cushions, pillows or bed spreads, we offer you an exceptional opportunity to procure them at a trifling cost. Cretonne, Art Denim, Art Ticking, ChinU: and Taffeta, values .txod $Qc to 55^peT yard Special per yard .i..........4... Ptrisois aid Stores and Radishes. UniOn* larg bnnches4-for.... Wax Beans fbancy:. New PotatoesS9 Cucumbers gft^..:. Grenadine, Muslin, Net, Madras, Organdie, etc., at HALF PKICE. MOORE &> SCRIVER 711-713 Nicollet for flraduation Presents Silk or Linen Parasols," $1.19 to $5.00 Glove Orders Issued for any Amount. 610 Nicollet Av*. csMacmtco. 26 TO 3 0 FIPTH ST S. IAMABAAIM* Minnesota, ASParagllS larse bunches. A_| AM 6c ...Be He 40c 3t $1.25 22c 7 i Sardines K^?^e.. Mustard Sardines ST. Tomatoes K!:.^..., Sweet Corn can Salmon Steakcans. Butter He ......to Alaska, flat 2 for ,25c $1.05 10c kI5c 60c Valley Creamery, half-gallon jar Best quality, poun Sweet, S-lb, bricks.-.... .V..."... Michigan, 1-E1 tins Direct importation, V&-firal bottles.....'...' Lard Butterind Maple Syrup Olive Oil Salad OilS1. ^:^.::.r. f!*iffoA Jhat frarant VOf 166 Blend $1.25 $1.25 2Tc $2.35 J6c 2Te JBt xxxx.Pickwick Brscket',spound...... Flftlll* M^ Cor MttZJ Japan"IMei.l8fea^.: Quaker Oafe?*^ Sherwood TSy.r^,$I.OO Six for....'...ii.sijS&.flO' ,-i Grape Juice S^s^i 38e Scotch Whiskey ii inn & Why keep the "don't need t^ngs" and worry abcrat the "can't get 4 things?". A'Journal ^antiad' nego-. 4 liates a trade. & #v'^S*'*. \it9^r,:Thursday Evening, Established 1882. nri T*- IX)W^|j,. $5.00 sio 15 I9c 95c 'SQ.99 99c Remnan Sale GLOBE TROTTERS and Wanous Shampoo Bag, Persons who are' using the Wanous Shampoo Bag will never appreciate their true value until they get some place where they can't be bought ior love or money Lay in a supply to* take with you. in Paris and London, they are an unknown luxury. It'sj the American shampoo for American, womenhas entre to the best so cietycontains no alkali like soap leaves the hair delightfully soft and. sweet cleanses thoroughly 10c each, 6 for 50c. TeBt it.. If your dealer. cannot supply you we wili prepay to any address. MissWanous, Druggist 720 Nicollet Avenue. Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Cleanses and "beautifies the teeth and purifies the breath, Used -by people of refinement for over a quarter of a century, Convenient for tourists. PREPARED BY lleaaremedy i va either SMuJy applied any natural Bhadoprodnoia leaves the hair soft and jtlossy.- It is nne Iqualed forBard orMaawShe. Sam ple of hairjolortd.ftrtte Privacy as sured correspo1idec%'. IMPERIAL CHEMICAL MPfl. W w7tMSt,Nwrk tola :Catii |-,!ai/ Mrs.. .&. H. Kim hall -was*.hostess ai, an inforniaT'receptidn this ialternQori at het. residence on East Twenty-fourth street, in honor of Mrs. A.:iL. Mulf6rd ofvElizabeth, N. J. The .hours were from 3 to 5 o'clock and Jfs. Kimball and her guest, received in the parlors, where snowh&Us, peonies and bridal wreaths mad^ a delicate setting. As sisting the ..lioness were a group of ma trons, Mmes. John Bigelow, Will Bige low, E. H-. wMdiilton, Hovey C. Glarkcj E. B. Barber, jj -E.-Lewi-8,'G. M. Loriiig( and J. E. Sittgway, and the Misses moulton, Ida^May Heffelffnger and Ag rie^^jpCormicK In the ^dining room ^heJr*clusteE6^o pink pennies centered ontfte- table and stood bn jthe buffet a group of th assifting women, alternated m-s^rVing.:4.i|^/r'.,v: ,'N'''^'-.i'-'- McDoaald was:the height'eiied by:n ing jcolor .and: -rm and Wire nces. A: ind prices /WwAaw FJour City Omi^mmMiin ^rks 27th' Ave. 27^^^ife|feh.Jfl So.' 'ifrjrf r^ Mis8''-'^''Mabei!..x^iBarri%)t' McDonald, daughter of ||Ir. *ahd. Mrs- Frank Mc, Donald,1 and Joh Enoc Ore were mamed at S'o^lock last evening at the hopie of the 45ride,vl5H 'Eleventh ave-' nue''-S. Rev. J. ^.'CleaTy of'St.. Qharjes Cathblitt churc^ read the service, in the pre&ence of aV^oaip of. Relatives and college iriends.jp/f-th,maid bride. ,Miss-May of honor and Iawrenc Hdlmberg *vmi. the best man. Mis^s McDonald ^or& NUergreen silk over green,'. and carried white- roses. The'-bride'-wore--a princess gown'of radium silk, with ^Mechlin lace and ap^ pli.que.of baby?Irish, crochet. Hei veil was heid in. p'laM "jrith a y^ftth, of.'or- ange blossoms sent from Calif orhiaf'and she carried a white.satin prayerhook which had belonged to her great-grand mother. The wedding march from "Lohengrin" was played with violi obligate'-by* Max: Dick Immediateln after the ceremony Adore and Be Still" was sung by Miss Frances Hor gan. Bridal wreath, snowballs, peonies and vines made a pretty- setting for the cer emony. The bridal cteuple^ spoke the vows under an arch of flowers. In the dining rOom^ bridal^ wreath was used and peonies centered the table. Ori ental screens and hangings.made a deco ration for the large piazza, where a group of young women served frappe. One hundred and fifty guests were bid den to the ceremony which followed the service. Receiving with Mr., and Mrs. Oren were Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Mc Donald and the Misses Kinnard, and Helen Fish presided in the dining room, assisted by Misses Jessie Angst, Estell Conway, May Chestaut, Ophelia Reg nas. Mrs. John Sheran of Ipswich, N. D., and Miss Sue Janes of Pipe Stone, Minn., were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Oren have gone on a short wedding tour and their at-home cards will be sent out .when they re turn. The residence of Mr. and Mrs. Hovey G. Clarke, 1719 Park avenue, was the scene of the beautiful ceremony which united in marriage, Miss "Helen Marga ret! Blackmar. daughter of Mrs Georgia Blackmar, and niece of Mrs. Georgia A. Clarke, and Sydney Carmen Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. ran" Meyer of this city. Rev. H. Li, Crandall o Trinity Baptist church read the service at 8 & 'clock. Roses, flowers of June, made an ex quisite setting. The large drawing room was in white and green. Bride roses were used against a setting of palms, asparagus vines and maidenhair jerns. the color effect harmonizing with the nnishings of mahogany and the gree^i tapestry and hangings of the roorn. The deep bow window had been transformed into a chapel of green. Tiny electric lights shone thru a maze of "foliage" and thae chapel-like effect wa dome of asparftgus vines under a bright star of light. At either side of the chapel .were broad^O^ifhd. of -New York, leafed palms, and tall clusters of bride roses studded the foliage. Feathery, maidenhair ferns banked the /T?$rich window and a tangle of greendtfsteited around the piano and the bank of palms which hid from view ,the orchestta: around the fireplace were palms a*na ferns, and, clusters of the roses rpse."ao3 from beds of ferns on the mantleshelfl Miss Blackmar entered the drawing room from the library. B-er path was outlined by, white silken ropes, which, had been drawn by William, and Thomas Blacbmai. Her wedding -gown was a princess robe of voile Ninon over soft lustrous satin, with a full train duchess lace with a full bertha of rose point lace. The court. veiL was held in place with a coronet, of lilies of the valley she carried a shower bouquet of white sweet peas, and a diamond ,iewel set in pearls, a gift of the bridegroom, was her only ornament. Her sister. Miss Pauline Blackmar, was the maid of honor and preceded he* to the altar. She. was dressed in pink voile Ninon, over a slip of pink silk. The gown was made princess and trimmed with duchess lace, and other bouquet was of Kate Moulton roses. The Lohengrin wedding march was sounded as. the ^bri dal party entered and during: .the read ing of the service, "Angel 's Serenade'' and ''The Evening Star" were softly played. Mr. Meyer, attended by his brother, Frank Meyer, Jr., met the bride near the chapel, and Mr. Clarke gave his niece away. During the informal reception which followed, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer were as sisted in receiving the 150 guests by Mrs. Blackmar, Mr. and Mrs. Clarke and Mr. and Mrs. Meyer. Mrs. Black mar wore a reception gown of white lace Qvejr silk, Mrs. Clarke wore a white lace oyer silk robe, and Mrs. Meyer wore black lace-over silk with duchess lace. Assisting in the rooms .were Mrs. S. S. Brown and the Misses Tuthill. The appointments in the. libra ry were carried out in red and' jgreen. Richmond roses addea'mong touchese bouquets of whiter carnations. Little Isabel- JBladon, a*- sister oft. the bride, ad Master Wnejfc %Brpwri, TOIA on-nrn Txrttti made "-tfH.loB uuvivo W"" ?a uouuoume n^u and ffi vok? 6f '^R ffown of white Irish crochet lace of glow-, stood th mounds of msddenhair ferns which topped the bookcases. Pink was the chosen color in the dining room and a crystal bas ket filled with fragrant Killarney roses was ph. the table. Mr. a Mrs. Meyer have gone on a two weeks', wedding trip. They will be at hcune at 11 Spruce place after vTune 15. Miss Lillian Bladon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Bladon, was married to Wayne Ferris Browning of Hammond lnd'., in Trinity Baptist shurch last eve ning. They were the first bridal ^couple' to speak "the marriage vows "in the church, since its dedication last fall. Two hundred invitations had been is sued and the ceremony took plajfe amidst',cwhite 'tfn&f'' "charmingeappointments. Green. wer the chosen -colors JPalifts^and ferns banked the altaf, and the" .[chancel railing and reading, "desk, were partly hidden under, a tracery of green/ A large basket filled with fluffy white carnations completed the pretty effect Tho bride was- charmingly dressed in a gown-of white dashed silk that had been worn byr her mother on her wed ding day. I was fashioned with a trained skirt edged with ruffles of real lace, and the* bodice with' garnitures of real lace was^held in. with a deep gijf- ol-o*'wKfietsilk. Her"^full veil was: caught with-a- diamond sunburst, kiuft' "the^btidUl banquet' & a, a shower of liJSei ofth^Jvaliey.r in theVgowns Of the bride^^ftttendant* a delicate colbt f6te"JO!f ^pink'and white1 scattered T#ute *ose petals ik the path of' tfie bride. f.Little IsabeFworJ a baby frock of" white India linen, with lace and insertion, and hex little escort .was also in,white.,.. T- j^ i mim^ Woipf/fff fresMell Ht^n^.,. gahSeSd pMyeoffne ^LoKengrin'*- Wd) ding march as the processional music. The. ushers were Wjjl.Suifl.ow and. Rob-, erf Rynoldaj vand- Ralph MitcheE.,m&s Mr. drowning's ^best man. Rev.!' LV* Hi Crandall read the service. A reception for a' group of relatives and intimate friends followed at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown, 1787 Colfax avenue S. Wild flowers made a. charming setting and in the dining room a decoration of green and white was carried out with sweet peas and ferns and softly shaded tapers. Mr. and Mrs. Browning were assisted in receiving by Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Bladon, the par ents and grandparents of Mr. Brown ing Mr. and Mrs, L. E. Browning and Mr. and Mrs. W. Browning of Bam mpnd, ind, Assisting jynformally^ in the '.foams !were the young: women'of the bridal party and Miss Hazel Browning of-Hammond, lnd. Mr. and "Mrs. Browning have gone to their home at Hammond^ lnd. Tb6" marifeffe-I'b^^^ Runge, daughter wt*:.-Mr. and Mrs. August H. Rungfe toiBwight Howard Hart of Los Angeles', Cal., will take place Tuesday, June 19', at high noon, at the home of Mr." and Mrs. Joint Harris Chick, 163$ Wilton place, Los (Ahgeles. Miss Ru^ge is well known in Minneapolis, which was the. home of the'family until two years ago. Her father was chief of the flire "department and .'she was' -6110 of- the tal ented- find -farming ,.members of the musical' set. Mr. "and Mrs. Chick, at whose home the wedding will take place, are also-former Minneapolis residents. Mrs. Chick was for many years organist of the Church of the Redeemer. Mr. Hart is the proprietor of the Hotel Rosslyjit where he and his bride will be at hpine after Sept. 1.- The marriage of^'Miss Sylvia Frank, daughter of Mr. atfd Mrs. M. W. Frank, of Park avenue, to Benton G. Friend of New York, was solemnized last evening at 6 o'clock at the West hotel. An orchestra played a program of music while the guests were arriving, chang ing to the Lohengrin bridal chorus as ,the bridal party .entered. The bride's father met her at the foot of the stairs and conducted.her to the altar in.statu ary hall. Preceding, the bride was her cousin, Miss Hatthah'Whitehill of Bal timore, who acted as ntaid of honor. She was gowned in yelfow'^ilk mull trimmed with butterrcolbred lace and tiny pink bows. Her flowe/rsviwere white roses. The bride wore a ^handsome imported robe of embfoide^|p|batiste made prin cess style,.with $$#y Irish lace. She wore a veil rea\hijtg to the hen of her gown and .held in,j^ace wit.h a wreath of oranger blossomst' New York!^as S Friend of ^i^?brother's best man. StatuaryVihall:y,iy^:.!festooned with pink ::peonie&*1^ere at the entrance with oakeboiighs and from the sides draperies tof^een gauzen studded draw to the canopy of .|asmitt^Cnd bride roses which" ovefhu'ngl th*. |tltar. The service was read byjDr &p. Dinard. The wedding dinpfer-was served in the ladies' ordinary^ "^hi^re the long table was decorated ifatib pink peonies, small red roses and|^|paragus ferns. In the center a swanl^at which was filled with tuberoses,- an arthe two tall vases, with their pretty" Arrangement of peo-, nies, were reflecteja* in large mirrors outlined with the roses and ferns. Mr^ and Mrs. Fri%d left last evening for Chicago and Milwaukee, where they will spend two weeks at Mr. Friend's country home, at -N&shota. After Sep tember Mr. and Mrs. Fjriend. wilj. Jtc at home at 2Q20 ^ftrtlattd. avenue. Mr. Friend was gr^duate* Columbia in 1895. The'-oiut-:f-towjttflsnestaBaltimore.a inelude Miss Hannah,, Whitehi,T| Ralph Friend of Milwaukee and H. S. --Miss Mary Cronan of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Devine of St. Paul, par ents of Dr. John Leo Divine, and Mr* and Mrs. O'Brien Q Denver, Coh, were among the out-of-wwt _gues.ts, at the marriage of Miss Marie Evelyn Davies Dr. Devine, which took place last eVening at 8 o'clockjaftthe home of the bride in Lansford, N. D. Miss Davies is well known in Minneapolis. She was here a short time ago visiting Mrs. J$hn M. Gollihs of Thirteenth ave- SSeNE. Miss Davies wore wea bv'er white silk and her flowers were bride's roses. Her maid of honor was Miss Mary Cronan aid the bridesmaids were Misses Mayme Hickey of Louis ville, Ky.: Miss Clinton of Lyons, Mass., and Dr. Fitz Morris of Mohan, N. D., was the best man. Dr. Devine is a graduate of the class of 1903, Uni versity 'of Minnesota, and his home was in St. Paul. The marriage of- IS^iss Grace Elvira Slocum and Frederick William New combe took place last evening at the home-of the bride's-mother, Mrs. James Slocum, 1400 Stevens avenue. In the parlors pink peonies and pink-shaded lights contrasted with the white and the deep green of1 the living room, where an altar of fl6we*s was arranged. Palms, ferns and Easter lilies lent their floral beauty to the charming ef fect. In front of the altar a gate had been arranged, decked with asparagus ferns and marguerites: Bed peonies gave the note of color in the library and a bank of palms there concealed a string orchestra. I the dining room the *ed appeared in Jaque rosea and the silk-shaded tapers. As the orchestra sounded the "Lo- hengrin" bridal chorus the bridal party entered, preceded by little James Slocum of Excelsior-and John. Bowell, who opened the gates. Miss Dora Slo cum was the maicb'Qf honor. She wore a girlish gown of French lawn trimmed with valtenciennes lace' and' car ried pink roses, Miss Carol. Slocum of St. Paul, the flower girl, scattered rose petals in the path of the bride. She wore a dainty frock of white and carried flowers in a marguerite-covered The' bride was dressed in ivory satin, cut princess fashion, with full train and yoke of Cluny lace. The bo lero of princess lace was edged with Old valenciennes. A diamond-and pearl pin held the full veil in place. A shower bouquet of bride roses tiedwith white streamers was carried. C. EL- Slo- cum of St. Paul, a brother of the bride, gave her away marriage. Eev. Fay ette Thompson read the 'service. Dr. W. H. Card was the best man. Receiving during'the reception hour with Mr. and Mrs. Newcombe -were Mrs. JamSes Slocum and Miss Slocum. Assisting thru the roorns.were Mrs. C. H. Slocum of St. Paul, .Mrs. H. P. Hermsmeyer of Northfield, Mrs.! .'.3 was- carried ott&'fi'MiBs Adele Clark the maid of hodbT.s^ete^a-^retty laee-trimmed dreis 6f .vw*litr over pink ilk-aiif het fioyrr "Were pitfb carnations. Misa Jessie Tenge- and Miss Edith Marshall^ the nue. /Miss lridesTnai^*woT uretty frocks -pink serylce. Miss Crandall was attended'by. over pink silk- and tney carried arm' Miss, tHara" O. HaMapit ai the, inaid ox A Slocum of Exeelsiorr Mmes. E. J. Krafft, Bt. A. Bu|teffleld, Arthur De%n and C. Tayjor. The Misses, Mabel Bo- ness"and''Genevieve Washburn- served ffflppe.- 5 Mr. and Mrs. Neycoihbe have gone east yby- way of the Great Lakes., They wfll be at home at'1400V-Stevena-awehtte -^after Serit.' l*^K*':i^'T*$WM$?&\?% 0?he marriage :Qi iiis^ !0ia*-'C'J Crandall and Carl-Norman Hanson ftbok Marine Seally played trie fessor Wilmbt ana Miss xjina ^Mxfrphy played selections hirinfr/,*n after ,tho Defective Page THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. June 7, 1905. IX honor, and the bridesmaids were Misses .Alice Griffith and Lena Belle Crandall. Charles B. Lamb was |he ^'est man]' Misa Crandall wore a w^te silk prlii^ ceBs-gown and, carried wjtite. roaeSjjlhd her attendants wore handsome' gowns of fluffy white and carried white rosev The decorations in the house were car :ried out in jgreen and white, and? a mass of early summer blossoms made a charming setting. Rev. O. J. Fla^g atad-o St. Paul read the service, an^ the ushers we^e Bonnie-^ra^ Mrs. W. R. Cooper of 3347 Calhoun boulevard. entertaihexT at cards yester day, assistedby Mrs. -L. Hi Fawkes. Farvors were won^by Mrs. Arthur Dyer "and Mrs. Wh'itmore. The rooms wero charmingly arranged in pink and green, carnations and roses being used to give the note of color. Twenty-four guests were entertained. Mrs. F. H. Laws entertained at din ner Monday evening in honor of the Laws-Dahl bridal party., Mrs. Earl Bar rows gave a linen shower for the bride Friday evening, and Mrs. Falk Gjert sen was hostess at a handkerchief shower, .at het hpnie. Mrs. A. W. Peterson entertained forty children Monday afternoon at her home, 2604 Fremont avenue S, in honor of the birthday anniversary of her little, daughter, Dorothy Oharline. Music and outdoor and indoor games were the amusements and later light refreshments were served. Mrs. Peter son was assisted by Mmes. C. George Krogneff of Chicago, H. L. Williams, R. N. Chapman, John W. Mintener and Miss Marion Burt. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Miller were pleas antly surprised by a large number of their friends at their home, 2332 Fill more street NE,. in celebration of their fourteenth wedding anniversary. Cards were played. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Kimball of 3001 Dupontf avenue S entertained last eve ning for Miss: Eva-Worden, whose ihar riage to Wilbur R. Kimball takes place June 13 at the home of Mr. and Mb. Downing, 2500 Lyndale avenue S. The affair was a kitchen shower, and forty' nests had been invited to be present, he decorations were in green and white. Luncheon was served from small tdhlfifl Mr.' and Mrs. Harold Hall of 4500 Bryant avenue S will entertain for Miss Worden on Monday evening. The engagement is announced of Miss Clara Plantin to Roy S. Saxton. The wedding will take place June 23. Mr. and Mrs. C. W.^Stothard s.n- nounce tlje^' engagement.of their ^dajlghi ter, Alma Gertrude, to Harold Eugene Fowler of Minneapolis. The weddinf will take place in October. A pleasant surprise party was (given Dr. Gfustaf S. Lofquist, 801 Fifth street 8, by members of the Gustavus Adp]t phus male chorus. The program con sisted of singing and music, and a sup per was served. I Mr. and Mrs, Frank Storck and daughters. .Frances and Monica, of Grand street NB, left Sunday evening for Milwaukee to attend, the, Storck-Owllen wedding, Which took place Wednesday. Misses Storck were the flower girls. j FREE TO i ASTHMA SUFFERERS A. Boms Ours that Anyone Can Use Without Loss of Time or Detention from Business. We want every sufferer from Asthma to write us today for a free trial of our wonderful New Method for curing Asthma. We especially desire those cases of long standing which bare tried all the various kinds of Inhalers, douches and patent smokes without number and without relief. We know we can cure them. We want to and are willing to prove It absolutely free of cost. Many thousands have accepted this oppor tunity and are now cured. There Is no reason why anyone, old or young, rich or poor, should continue to suffer from Asthma after reading this -marvelous offer. Our method Is not merely a temporary relief, but a cure that Is founded upon the right princi ples, a cure that cures by removing the cause. Don't put thlsofi! until you have another at tack, but sit right down today and write for the method. It is free and we send it with all charges prepaid. Address, Frontier Asthma Co., room 63. 109 Delaware av, Buffalo, N, 3T. %*Jf.. all I. tJ Ar#5 thur Day and Earl KiichTi. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson left on a wed ding tour east. They will Teside at 7fl Hoag avenue N on their return. The out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kristian Swensen, Wheaton,* Minn.: Mrs. Read Warner, Wheaton Mrs. E. J. Hoyt, Chicago Mrs. W. R. Griffith, Anoka Mrs. C. E. Crandall, La Porte, Minn. Mrs. H. W. Rydstrom, Fargo, N. D. Andrew Hanson, Herman Hanson, Joyce, Iowa. In, honor of Miss Henrietta, Brown, whose .marriage to.. Homor De Vern Wellsi takes place next Tuesday even ing, her sister, .Miss Ellena Brown en tertained^at a parcel shower" lgtst eveh- i-ng.. Thpre were twenty-five guests, ,*ana gameji and music formed a pleasant pastime. Friday evening a box party will be given fo rMiss Brown and Mon day evening there will be a rehearsal for the wedding. Saturday evening Miss Brown will be the'hostess for the last,time and will entertain forty of her friends at, her home on Park avenue. Mrs. M. O. Brown chaperoned a week em! hpu$e party of ten young people, which was given for Miss Brown and for Mr. Wells at Spring Park, Lake Minnetonka. The party, ^remained at the lake front Saturday to Monday. lttTH& y1/udor "She can look out, but you cem't look in" TRAW MTENTCO PORCH SHAD ES feei wide, feet wide. $2.00 v..$3.00 A variety of Colors to match housev Porch Pillows CQOjdifferent patterns and fcoloHngs cftoice, each. H.-il.i 45c Short Jackets and Btons i :o ,.-,,''.j,"..,'.. i Ufafitirt. left, short jackets' mostly large sizes, your choice......: Walking Skirts Formerly sold at $12.50, $15 and $16.50 to &m A close,-your $!()" choice.. One of a kind and. size, niada in voiles, brpadcloths" pazi|t|- "fc^ttfe-'itt'd sergeg,uand are splendid bargains. IOR3-QK5 QUALITY SHOP) Unusual Laces. Beau tiful 'Center Pieces. Novelties of Many kinds, $1.00 upwards. Wedding & flradnatioi Gilts. PICKERING'S Seven-Fourteen Nicollet. Headquarters fox Bibbons, Laces and Embroideries, '&rfjZ. OLD RBUABL^ Fall Suits Formerly sold Nto -J ,,r 1 ,ea COZY NOOKS The pleasantest spot about the house on warm summer days is the porch, provided it is fitted with Vudor Shades A most effective screen, af fording seclusion, but allow ing a free circulation of air. and really adds to the Joy of Living. Prices of Shades Complete Wftti 8 feet wide :JL:. .$4.00 10 tent wide.,.......... .f5.00 Vudor Chair Hammocks, $2.50 Each Mourzauk Porch Rugs Crex Matting Porch Rugs 6x9 sixe $4.25 8x10 size. V........ $6.25 9x12 size ....$8.25 5x10 size 6x9 size 7y2xl0y2 size 8*4x12 size V. 9x12 size Closing Out Prices on Deep cuts to dispose of remaining stock Our LATEST AND BEST SUITS AND COATS are in these lots, some of them ipanufacturers' samples bought at end of season prices. -v Suits 3 off Former prices ranging from $15 to $30, at.. These are all new "spring styles, some plain, others fancy braided, strictly up-: to-date garments. Covert Jackets. $10.50 ..$12.00 $17.50 $20.00 $22^0 That Sold for $18.50, $20, $21.50, reduced tOv Suits [3 $15 $20 "That sold for $25, $27.50, $30, reduced to......... Suits i That sold for $35, $37.50, $40, reduced to $25 from $25.00 $60.00, at fipe to close at They are all good styles and excellent fabrics. Some have long fitted coats, others short jackets and Eton blouses. All have long sleeves. The skirts are of 4he circular and plait ed styles, hang well, alto gether desirable and hand some suits.