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DOMESTIC Omi Millinery -Openin An Artistic Trtomplhi second floor The picture presented in our beautiful Millinery Section continues to dazzle all by its bewildering beautyNever have we seen a more artistic collection of becoming shapes, both large and small, in such various designs that every woman, may feel sure of getting the hat most ap- propriate to her type. New Winnter ColorsMixed Tomes In large and small models 'T 50 $15.00 $18.50 $25.00 Exclusive Tailored Suite Many New Arrivals for this Week's Showing. A showing of all the newest Foreign and Domestic weavesin Fancy Plaids, Checks, Stripes, Mixtures, Suit- ings and Broadcloths, and the more sombre plain cloths, in Three-quarter Hip Length, English CoatFrench Norfolk with suggestion of Blouse effect and the man- nish Knee-length CoatFancy Pleated and circular ef- fects in skirts. WE CANNOT TOO STBONGLY EMPHA SIZE OUR ATTRACTIVE VAXES' Smart Plaid' Princess Frocks.,jn Plaids with round length skirts. A $30.00 $32.50 $35.00 $37.50 Reproductions of exclusive Foreign models in accepted styles and shadings. $55.00 $65.00 to $100 Costume Boom, Second Floor. To meet all the requirementsfrom the Smart Frock for street wear to the radiant Evening Frock for Dinner, Theater or Dancing wear. $42.50 and $55.00 French Voile FrocksEn Princess Or Two-piece effects, Handsome in Design -In afternoon shadesBrown, Toupe, Navy and Black $18.50 and $20 Each Our stock of Domestic Rugs comprises the best grades of Axminster, Bundhar, French Wilton, Body Brussels and also various styles of novelty and washable rugs for bathrooms or bedrooms. We carry a full line of all sizes at the lowest possible prices consistent with superior quality. Royal Wilton Bugs of exceptional C:--, qio quality in the most beautiful designs and colorings Size 8-3x10-6 All other sizes priced in proportion. Unusual Values in Persian and Turkish Rugs Choice Antiques in perfect condition, beautiful colorings, silky texture. Our line of Khiva and Persian Carpet Rugs is the largest and best in the city, and is carefully selected to suit people who understand and appreci- ate the true worth of a choice rug. Give us an opportunity to show our stock, demonstrate quality and quote prices. HOUSE FURNISHERS. 711-713 NICOLLET AVENUE. 6-hole, 18-in. oven, nickel 4|t teapot shelves, full nickel 3to trimmed. Good value at $28. Wednesday, only.. BRAND ST all th COR. 4TH AVI. 80. AND 4TH ST, EA SY TERMS. ric 40.00 $36.50 ,V* Theymarriage of Miss Anne' Lansing Bovey -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlcb- AfgaliB Bovey, ,and- James Archibald Boss was solemnized this af ternooji at the Bovey home on Thir teenth street S, in the presence of 100 relatives and near friends and in the midst of the most charming of appoint ments. The walk leading to the house was outlined with bay trees and within was a bower of foliage and blossoms. The end of the long drawing room was banked with palms and among the broad green leaves were tall holders lifting high the white cathedral can dles. The walls were almost hidden by trailing vines and in the glossy tangle white chrysanthemums were effectively caught. Separating this service room from the rest of the drawing room. were, two stjandards wreathed with vines and holding great urns filled with" white chrysanthemums and ferns. White and green were the only colors used, and no flowers but he heavyrheaded chrysanthemum were in .the V.baskets and vases. Pink American Beauty rOses sounded a deeper color note in the library where clusters of the regal blossoms were among the palms and ferns. The punch bowl was placed in a leafy nook among Chatnay roses. The wide'.porch, screened with vines, had Japanese hanging baskets filled with yellow -flow ers, and in the dining room white and green appeared again with..bride roses centering the table. A string orchestra played a' musical program as the guests, a'sseriibled, arid just before the notes of the Lohen grin" bridal chorus were sounded the members of the family entered the service room. The bride's two broth ers, Charles Cranston Bovey and John Akien Bovey wore masters' of ceremo nies and the ushers were W. Scott Woodworth, Eobert Hastings, Maxwell Ross of Toledo, Ohio, John Crosby, and Franklin M. Crosby. Frederick C. Averill of Toledo, Ohio, was Mr. Eoss' best man. The two bridesmaids wer out-of-town friends of the bride, Miss Anna T. Hawley of Seneca Falls, N. Y., and Miss Amelia Jarvie of New York. Both were in princess gowns of white mar quisette trimmed with Irish lace and' carried arm bouquets of Kate Moulton roses. The bride entered with her father. She wore an exquisite gown of prinees3e lace and her tulle veil was held with a spray of orange blossoms. Instead of a bouquet she carried a white prayerbook. Dr. George H. Bridgman, president of Hamline university, read the service, for which the orchestra played a soft accompaniment changing to the tri- Habitformin Instead of alcohol, which even in small portions long continued, as in obstinate oases of diseases, becomes highly objec tionable from its tendency to produce a craving for stimulants, Dr. Pierce em ploys chemically pure, triple refined glycerine, which of itself is a valuable remedy in many cases of chronic diseases, being a superior demulcent, antiseptic, antiferment and supporting nutritive. It enhances the curative action of the Golden Seal root, Stone root, Black Cherrybark and Bloodroot, contained in "Golden Medical Discovery," in all bron chial, throat and lung affections attended with severe coughs. As will be seen from the writings of the eminent Drs. Grover Coe, of New York Bartholow. of Jeffer son Medical College, Phila. Scudder, of Cincinnati Ellingwood, of Chicago: Hale, of Chicago, and others, who stand as leaders In their several schools of practice, the foregoing agents are the. very best ingredients that Dr. Pierce could have chosen to make up his fa mous "Discovery" for the cure of not only bronchial, throat and lung affec tions, but also of chronic catarrh in all Its various forms wherever located. JCLE ^l We Will Give You a Razor Free A purchase of a "Sure Edge" Strop entitle* you to a "True-Edge" Razor absolutely free. This is an unusual, offer and. is made by the manufacturers aflt. an advertising plan to Introduce this splendid strop and razor. The price o? the strop Is always $1.00. For a shor.t time $1.00 secures both strop and razor. For the Ladies I We are making a special bar gain of small, handsome, oxr dlzed silver and gold, trimmed mirrors. They have fancy backs and are Just the thing to carry about.- The price Is regularly $1.00. Th is special price of 50 cents ought to sell every one we have In .a hurry. 602 Nicollet A v. 49 Sixth St. S. lOfttbhfrfiUAUTYitturJ OZY ORHE OFFEE The Finest 40c Coffee in the City I0DMBM0RT0N BOTH PHONES THE MINNEAPOLIS4 umphal strains of Medicines. Whatever may be the fact as to many of the so-called patent medicines con taining injurious ingredients as broadly published in some Journals of more or less influence, this publicity has certainly been of great benefit in arousing needed attention to this subject, It has, in a considerable measure, resulted in the most intelligent people avoiding such foods and medicines as may be fairly sus pected of containing the injurious ingre dients complained of. Recognizing this fact some time ago, Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo. N. Y., "took time by the forelock," as it were, and published broadcast all the ingredients of which his popular medi cines are composed. Thus he has com pletely forestalled all harping critics and all opposition that might otherwise be. urged against his medicines, because they are now OF KXOWX COMPOSITION Fur thermore, from the formula printed on every bottle wrapper, it will be seen that these medicines contain no alcohol or other habit-forming drugs. Neither do they contain any narcotics or injurious agents, their Ingredients being purely vegetable, extracted from the roots of medicinal plants found growing in the depths of our American forests and of well recognized curativo virtues. 820 NICOLLET WOMAN'S CROWNING GLORY isherhafr. If Gray or Bleached, it can be restored to Its natural color without injury to health or scalp by one application of the Hair, Imperial' Regenerator THE STANDARD HAIR COLOR. INQ. I is absolutely harmless. Any shade produced. Colors durable. When appliod cannot bo detected. Sample of your hair colored free. Imperial Cbem. Mfa. Co., 135 W. 23d St.,N.Y. Sold by BHOWNLEE DRUG COMPAKY, 101 Washington av S. and Feely & Crocker, 515 HicoUet AT. )OUI^AC' Mendelssoh.n march at the WodeJ.4.the ^A reception followed. Assisting, the bridal, pouple in receiving congratula tions 'were Mr. and Mrs*.-Bovey, the bride's parents, and Mr. and Mrs. El bert D. Koss or Toledo parents of the groom. Mrs Bovey-weie white chiffon cloth and Mrs. Boss, was ,in gray crepe de chine.rAmong th ojlVof-town guests were Dr. and Mrs._J. W, Eobertson and family of Litchfield, Minn. Mr! Ross" and his bride wiirieave this evening for a wedding trip and on their return they Will be at home at 42 Willow street. Their reception days* are Nov. 7 and 21. Mrs. Ross* going awav gown is oftFrench blue broad cloth, braided in bl&ck, and- her hat is to match. $... Mr. Ross has only recently removed to Minneapolis from Toledo, and it is a matter of much congratulation to. the friends of the bride that her marriage will not take her from Minneapolis. The engagement of Mass Elizabeth Mullen and Charles Hanford Kendall has been recently announced in Manila. P. I. Miss Mullen, formerly of this city, has for the past three years, been connected with the schools "of Manila. Mr. Kendall was formerly of Rush* ford, N. Y., and is a graduate of Cor nell university and a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity. He resides in Manila, being acting director of the bureau of engineering and consulting engineer to the commission. The wedding will take, place in Octo ber, when -Mr. Kendall "and his bride willleave for a sir months' tour around the world. Vj...., v. The wedding of Jdiiss Florence Mc Cutchins and Theodore Schonebaum took place last, evening at the home of the bride's mother,\mrsC.- Mc-. Cutchins, 33. Twenty^tbSrd avenue NE.- Rev.| L. T. Guild r. e| Wesley church read the service, wM'ch was /attended by about 100 guests: Miss McCutchins' worei.'a pretty wed ding, gown of white.cniffon. cloth, made in princess style. -and^ trimmed with duchess lace. She held a bouquet of white asters. Mrs. W. W. Ballentyne, the matron of honor, was in soft pink silk, and her flowers were pink asters. J. C. Gibson was the best man. The "Lohengri n" wedding march was played for the processional In keep ing with the season the decorations were carried out with asters, and the dainty flowers made a fitting ornament in the rooms. A solid bank of white asters formed an altar in the parlor window with an arch of tall palms. Pink asters were in the living room, and the dining room was in pink and white. A silver candelabrum stood in the center of the table and from a bow of white tulle streamers fell to ward the corners of the table, where they were caught in garlands of smilax and pink asters. A basket filled with the blossoms stood among the green which banked the sideboard. Mrs. C. M. McCutchins, H. C. Pease, an uncle of the bride, and the bride groom ?s parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Schonebaum, assisted during the infor mal reception which followed the serv* ice. Mr. and Mrs. Schonebaum will be at home after Oct. 1, at 33 Twenty third avenue NE. Mrs. E. L. Loring of 220 Twelfth street S entertained at a luncheon in the Japanese tearooms -at Donaldson's yesterday for her brother, Dr- F. W. .Range of Chicago, 111.'- The six guests were-served from a table charmingly appointed with white and pink asters in a bed of feathery ferns. Dr. Range will remain with his sister for a week. Miss Clara Marvin entertained last evening for Miss Jessie Ransome, who will leave shortly with her uncle. Dr. Spottswood. for Montana to remain un til the first of the year. 'vvtii,: Professor and ^CraWjHenry' 3?. Nach trieb gave a reception Friday evening in honor of the two university faculty bridal couples, Mr. andT Mrs. Benjami F. Groat and Mr. and Mrs. John Brown. The sixty guests included' the other members of the faculty and their friends in Southeast Minneapolis. Pro fessor and Mrsi C. P. Sigerfoos and Dean and Mrs. J. F. Downey assisted in receiving. Pink and wh'ito asters furnished an attractive decoration. Rev. L. M. Waterman, who has been assistant pastor at the First Baptist church, and his family will be given a farewell reception this evening in the parlors of the church by the con^ gregation. Mr. Waterman Will go to Bottineau, N. D to take charge of the Baptist church of that town. Miss Ellen Osterberg and Lewis W Palm were married yesterday afternoon at the home of the officiating minister Rev. G. L. Morrill. The wedding of Miss Lillian F. Burde and Lewis F. Hurtig. took place last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Nash, 3113 Holmes avenue S. Rev. G. L. Morrill read the service. Miss Marie C. Hickey and Porter Orr were married yesterday. Rev. G. Morrill read the service at his home on Tenth avenue S. The Alpha Sigma sorority entertained at the home of Miss Ruth Layman Sat urday evening. The rooms were bright ly decorated the sorority colors, red and green. Games were' played and prizes were won by Misses Hazel Grevette and Ruth Lemond. Miss Laura Heiller acted as toastmistress. Responses were given by Miss Mable Lemond, who toasted the present Alpha Wigmas Miss Martha Brinsmaid, the future, and Miss Georgie Morse gave the history of the Alpha Sigmas. PEHSONAI, AND SOCIAI,. The Apex Social elun -will give a dancing party in Easthagen hall tomorrow evening. The Idlewild club will meet Thursday after noon with Mrs. Haydon, 8014 Pillsbury avenue. Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Skidmore have returned from the lake and are at 10 West Fourteenth street for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Blgelow have closed their home at Mlnnetonka and are at 24 Tenth street S for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Leber and daughter have closed their cottage at Spring Park, Mlnneton ka, and are at their home on Island avenue! Miss Dora Gooding of Ehvood avenue left last week for Boston, accompanied by her father. Miss Gooding wUl attend Wellesley college this year. Minneapolis people at New York hotels are as follows: Ashland. W. D. Smith Seville Mrs. W. S. Nott, Mjcs. F. Hayden Fifth Ave nue, J. Carruthers Wolcott, J. S. Fillmore. Du luth: Savoy, W. M. Miller, Jr., A. M. Miller, Jr. Gilsey, J. J. Durage Prince George, R. Q. Henderson. A surprise party was arranged Saturday eve ning in honor of Miss Nettie Anderson at her home, 3202 Sixth street N. Games and dan cing were the amusements, and a luncheon was served. The guests were Misses Jessie Strong, Mary Mattson, Nettie Knutson, Clara Knutson, Ellen Mattson, Anna Dahl, Nettie Anderson Messrs. Anton Anderson, Frank Ore, Ehllip Gorham, William Hall, Oscar Strong, Anton Knutson, Bert McCune. Homeseekers' Rates. On the first and third Tuesday of each month the Rock Island lines will sell Homeseekers' tickets to points in Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, Louis iana, Nebraska and Colorado, at rate of one fare plus $2 for the. round trip. For particulars apply to A. L. Steece, City Passenger Agent,- 322 Nicollet ave nue, Minneapolis, Minn,- Pullman Tourists Berths $1.50 to Chica go Via Wisconsin Central Pullman tourist cars have been put in service, in addition to Pullman stan dard sleeping cars, on-Wisconsin Cen tral evening train leaving Minneapolis at 7:05^p. m. and St. Paul at 7:40 p. m., with double berthB for only $1, y: 3S ,rt September\ Sale of SbtUpsbortVs -WOMEN'S AMD A CHILDREN'S OUTnTTBR* 615 to 621 Nicollet Ave. Ntw Styles Shown Here Simultaneously With Our New York Store. ABOUT LOTUS CORSE Have you had the mer its of the Lotus Corset explained to you? Have you seen the im provement made in cor sets this fall? "We feel that if you have not given Mrs. Eosecrans an oppor tunity to explain the good and new points of the Lotus Corset we not only have lost a possible ad mirer but you will never know just in what way this beautiful corset is su perior tb all others. "We desire you to be conversant with the latest corset developments. Lo tus corsets, $5 to $7.50. We adopted this corset as the standard of high class models for our new department and guaran tee every pair. Should you not find this corset entire ly satisfactory after you have worn it a while we would thank you to bring it back to us. The American Lady Corset is having a special demonstration this week, $1.00 to $5.00. Quit the cellar or attic habit" & advertise the, "outgrown things." Septemb^''^^ 19P& DuBarry and Kabo Corsets The appreciative enthusi asm accorded the corset Values found here last week prompts us to continue the sale another week. In addition to the Du Barry models that have been on sale we will add ten mod els in the Kabo corsets. $4 Du Barry Models, $2.95. $5 Du Barry Models, $3.95. $7.50 Du Marry Models, $5.95. $8.50 Du Barry Models, $6.95. $i5 Du Barry Models, $10. 94 Kabo Corsets, $2 values, $1.45. 67 Kabo Corsets, $2.50 values, $1.95-' Every corset fitted with the same professional ex actness as when sold at full price. There will also be about 50 slightly soiled corsets on special table at Half Price and Less Than Half The Plymouth Clothing House, Nicollet and Sixth sS*^*^^^*^^ Users of prepayment*gas meters are ad vised that immediately! *&f^^Qct&ef: ist^ 1906, representatives will be sent out to ad just the meters to conform with the new rate of One Dollar per thousand feet of gas. Ad justment will be made as rapidly as possible, but during the interval prior to adjustment consumers using the meters will have a slight accumulation to their credit. These accumulations will be refunded upon per sonal application at the, fiampany on and after November1 .*r**-* ILL. lit ChecksOffice, will be mailed for all balances remaining uncalled for December 1st. Minneapolis Gas Light Co. I (f NO FINER SELECTION OF DIAMONDS W. WATCHES oILVERWARE CUTGLASS ROOKWOOD POTTERY QUEZAL GLASS than is carried by WELD & SONS, Jewelers, 524 Nicollet Avenue. %UCAIIEREMEDT' This remarkable remedy 1B made of the true Imported extract of Ga lega (Ooaterue) and Laetophosphate of Lime. Besides being the greatest known agent for developing the bust and filling out the figure. It Is also au excellent tonic, producing a nat ural appetite, restful sleep and a clear complexion. This preparation, originally prescribed by Dr. Vau caire, is posltlTely harmless and In dorsed by leading health Journals. Box containing,. 10 days' treatment. 50c, or 6 boxes for $2.50, mailed postpaid in plain package. MISS WANOUS, Manufacturer, Dept. S, 720 Nicollet Av, Minneapolis. A rDTOG-BAPHS. Visitors to Minneap- olis should not fail to visit the studios of Sweet in the Syndi cate Arcade. Sweet .pictures are famous jail-over the country, MEM YNDiCATE fiRCADC 3 Why keep the "don't need tilings" 4 and worry about the "can't get & things?" A Journal want ad nego- $ $ tiates a trade. & TELEPHONES Twin City 66N. W.NicoUet 66 A- rf With every order Wednesday amount- ing to 50c or more we shall give, upon request, absolutely free, a handsome book slate. Just the phing in which to list your daily wants. Hang it in the.^ kitchen or by the phone and it will always remind you of the best place to trade. Bakery Specials Money Savers in the Grocery Columbia Condensed Cream, 2 cans IK Burnham & Morrell Clam Juice,-..15o2 A can American Oil Sardines, 10 cans. -25c Mustard Sardines, 3 cans 2QQ Lyndon Brand Fancy Strawberries, worth 25c, on sale, per can V7e Lyndon Brand Fancy Sliced Pineap ple, worth 25c, on sale, per can. 21o Lyndon Brand Extra Sifted Early June Peas, worth 18c per can, on sale, per can 14o We guarantee that any goods under the Lyndon brand are absolutely pure and of highest quality. A special sale on these goods appeals to those who are particular and who want the very best. We have it now. Just what we hare all been waiting for. A truly good combination, "C," Flat" and "A" Cornet'all in one. Catalog Free ROSE 4 4 Currant Cup Cakes, per dozen.,' B\?t Ginger Loaflike grandma makes. .5 -v Fresh Spice Drops, dozen Assorted Cookies, 2 dozen lg Weiner Bread, loaf lQc Fresh Nut Rings, fine, dozen 2Ge' Fancy Meats at Gut Prices A Fresh Doughnuts, 2 dozen 1 5 S Our Cottage Bread is as near what "V you would make at home as any bread can he made. Try it. SNOW FLAKE BREADOne loaf free with each loaf bought. Swift's Premium Hams, per lb. 14%c No. 1 Sugar Cured Hams, lb J3 Picnic Hams, sugar cured, lb Fancy Lean Breakfast Bacon (by ,IX the strip) lb 16c i 7 Best Cuts Standing Bib Boast, per to 10c to 12%c Boneless Beef Rolls, lb.- Boiling Beef, fancy steer beef, six lbs 2fic Shoulder Steak, 3 lbs ogj Sirloin Steaks, lb, t2Vc Bound Steaks, lb IQ FRESH OCEAN FISHSalmon, Hal ibut and Cod Steaks Haddock and Flounders. Bulk Oysters, Fresh.' Shrimps. FRESH LAKE FISHTrout, Pike, Whitefish, Crappies and Bullheads. r- 8th and Nieoliet CrabapplesSsS:*r.*!?***.BOc Peaches iMftM&JLlR* Peaches ls&-^. 45c Italian Prunes Concord Grapes i*** Green Tomatoes p. 10c White Onions p.*.. 20c Red Cabbage Fruit Jars 256 20c at 1a.rt,.....60oS Mo^n Economy & Lightning Jars Prunes S5?J553^~ 12s C|A* New Smyrna, firitof th Oft* IILV aeason pound A AAMAA Chapman's Perfection, pat B^' VOlTOe up in 2-lb-airtight oiu... 100 Grocer Baker Confecttener \s,RracKt tK i' TJ ,Vo Sweet Potatoes gr^ibtfic? Potatoes e?e! 48o Hubbard Squash & 6l Rutabagas &..-..:...._,.....Bo. CabbageeaS^^...^......4o^ Oelery 1^**:. ,...(4r Concord Grapes fix* 18s Crabapples 5!f.!r^......58o I Peaches tssS^r:. 26a Cranberries sSf?r.??h floi Imported Marmalade s? 18c i Salmon Steak-fssK 13c, Telephone Peas 2&^\ I Oc i ^f Honey Sffi!?^' I3ci Butter '2!?r^ $1.35^. New Dill Pickles 8c Brick Cheese ponn 15c Domestic Swiss SSR,...i8e FToitfStf^^: $2.00 1 Corn Starch-Jiiw...... 4c Pickling Spice pound... 18c Prunes sssf?!?^...iWMif...6c 'W Lump Starch^, 16c Old Barton Port 51.50 Malt Whiskey 78c" Crape Juice Kfe"^^:f i i ft* 41-43 S Sixth St. hapman' .._I.II- 5 Mb: 80n DAA Bottled K*** Th Dl III DeeV Bee-pr fJO Cfl case...... 9**lvU 4 Quit "trusting in location"pub- L.--5f 4 licity,Tyill sell.goods in a barn!