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tmmmm^mmtkm I KNOW Bed Blankets .Large' Assortment at "a. saving of 30 to 40 per cent. VISIT OUR SHEFFIELD ROOM. ARTISTIC SILVERWARE PIECES STUDIO O J. A. Clow & Co. 806 Nicollet Ave. Interior Decorators and Furnishers. Xmas Box Sale CIGARS Havana and Domestic Cigars. Special Christmas Assortments All the best smokes. SOc, $1, $2 a box. CHRISTMAS GIFTS A most elaborate and comprehensive display in a word we'll sum it up by sayingit's complete, making gift choosing easy." Watches, many makes, Diamonds, loose and mounted, Chains, Bracelets, Eings, Sterling Silver Novelties, Bric-a-Brac, Rookwood Pot tery, Cut Glass, Canes and Umbrellas, Beauti ful Clocks, Electroliers, Ebony mounted with Sterling Silver. Come in and let us aid you with our sugges tions. PRICES GUARANTEED. Weld & Sons, Jewelers. that at the FILLMORE UPHOLSTERING 524 NICOLLET AVENUE. YOU Corner Lake Street and Stevens Avenue, you can find a nice clean stock of up-to-date FURNITURE? Come in and see us, get our prices before you buy. Wealsodoreupholster ing,repairing, finishing and picture framing. Tel. T.-C. USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS A a Big Saving DIRECT FROil THE NORTH STAR MILLS OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS. MISS WANOUS^ Prescription Druggist. 720 Nfcbllet" Ave. Probably ten of the thousands of people who read the want ads today would be able, ready and eager to $ buy that hoiise of yours. Ana., moat $ likely, not one, QI these ten people will 'ever- krio you have anything to sell unless yo: advertise. ^Mk&(<.t$i$S, 0 Bath Robe Blankets Any^an or woman -WouM be cleligntert wittT such a gift. Prices, $4.50 and. $5. Some cotton ones at $2. STEAMER RUGS Can be used for so many purposes about, the home, condition, but we offer them at a big saving. CRIB BLANKETS Soft, warm and durable, with pretty blue and pink borders, bound with silk. In perfect EN MILL One Block from Milwaukee Station. Third A v. S. and Second St. Our- stock contains many exact repro ductions of the best early examples of Furniture. Very desirable for one wish ing useful gift of the highest merit. Suggestions for Holiday Gifts on Every Side Desks Piano Benches Sewing Tables Bookcases Chairs Tea Trays ._. Tea Tables Pottery Bronze Music Oabinets Pedestals Tabourettes Mirrors Jardinieres We wish to cftll particular attention to. our stock of genuine mahogany sewing tables, quaint, handsome designs, mak ing an ideal practical gift at $10.00. 113.50. 516.00, $18.00, $22.50, $26.00, 127.60, 936.00, $35.00 We will be pleased to show you our Furniture and Noyelties. The rfost complete line of high class goods in the Northwest. Moore & Sqriyer llf-713 Hleollet Avenue Caton College 253 ?nd Av. So.,Cltr Established 20 years. 8000 graduates. Suelnedv Shorthand*. Telegraphic, English. Normal j&ourses, day'' and evening. '_ Circulars Fre. T. J. CATOM. Prea. A -A- Thursday Even}ng/^^i^^7f v^T!HE MINNEAPOLIS' JOURNAL Mr. and Mrs. Edmund D. Sewall of Chicago announce the engagement of their daughter Caroline to Philip E. Brooks of this city. Miss Sewall arrived in Minneapolis this moruing for a short visit with Mrs. Sewall D. Andrews and this afternoon Mrs. Andrews,gave an informal tea at her home on West Twenty-fourth street, to announce the engagement to a.group.rof Miss SewalPs intimate friends. The wedding of Miss Mabel Florence Simpson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Simpson, and Walter Horace Chreiraan, will take place Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Cleveland, Mrs. Wesley JNeill, and' Mrs. C. P. Eiegel entertained at cards this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Neill, 2011 Second avenue S. The hours were from 2 to 6 o'clock and six hand euchre was played by about fifty guests. Green and' red were the chos en colors of decoration and the rooms were bright with a setting of Christmas foliage and flowers. The marriage of Miss Jeannette Mac- IJonald and F. E, Harris took place last everung'at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A Baeheller, 2101 Twenty-ninth avenue N. The group of relatives and immediate friends witnessed the serv ice which was read by Rev. C. A. Hil ton Miss Jessie Preston was the bridesmaid and M. McKay was the best man. The bride and her attend ant were white and both held arm bouquets of white rosese. Mr. and Mrs. Harris left for short wedding 1 oin^l^lll aft Jan hom be a 1 at 2101 Twenty-ninth avenue N. Plac _Mr. and Mrs. G. Chrisse0 12034 Butler street Chicago,i announce the Sf-T 0of 0f W Amelia, to J^ ydaughter, whc Tuck IT. Ihu.rsday. Eev. T. K. Gale read the service in the presence of a group of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Tuckey have gone west on their wedding trip. They will be at home in Eden Prairie, Mann., after Jan. 15. Rev. L. J. Jerdee read the service at the marriage of Miss Amanda Kul lander and Anto Anderson, which took Place last evening at the home ofande th bride parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Kullander 400 Central avenue. Miss JWeanor Kullandera, a sister of the S? h a honor mi Michael Anderson was the best man. Arthur Johnson played the wedding music. The bride wore white chiffon over silk trimmed with all-over lace and insertion. Her full veil was caught with cluster of rosebuds and -the bridal bouquet was of bride roses. She wore as an ornament a gift of the bridegroom, a gold locket. After the ceremony an informal reception was held. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will be at home Northeast Minneapolis af ter Feb. 1. Miss Julia Johnson and Louis Dahl strom were married Sunday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents Mr and Mrs. Victor H. Johnson, in Ash land, Wis. .Miss Maude H. Johnson """"own i. ocou,u wiwi-p sa-r&'tina DaDriKa* washer sister's maid of honor an Misa butter, mixed with' one tablespoon of Agne Payn was the bridesmaid.d Rob ert North and Joseph Hefern were the attendants of the bridegroom. The "Lohengri n" and Mendelssohn wed ding marches.were played as the bridal music. A reception was held after the service, to which 225 guests had beeu invited. Mr. and Mrs. Dahlstrom will be at home after Jan. 1 at 1113 Wash ington avenue S. Mys Tforence- E. Parks of the Lowry Hill apartments entertained a group of the Stanley Hall teachers at dinner last evening. Covers were placed for eighteen-and'the decorations and fa vors..were suggestive of Christmas. Miss Sarah Brooks entertained in formally Tuesday evening at her home on,Royalston avenue. Ganfts and mu sic were the amusements, and later a chafing-dish supper was served.- Pres- ent were the Misses Haley, Fundred, I Adams, Wood of Hastings, Messrs. Ro gers, Luitz, Smith, Johnston and Wa ters. Mrs. D. A. Johnson entertained at a stag party last night as a surprise for her husband. Eight guests were present and played cards. A light luncheon was served after the games. Yellow chrysanthemums decked the rooms. A. Jay Foster was given a surprise party in honor of his birthday anniver sary last night. Dinner was served from a handsomely appointed table, with a large birthday cake surrounded by sixteen burning tapers, as a center piece, and a bunch of red roses at the place of the guest of honor. Present were Elmer J. Foster. A. Jay Foster, William Jahnick, Wilber Blackman, Mmes. Hodgings, Lough, Charles Braun and De Hanks. The Masses Nina and Gertrude Scharpf entertained at dinner last night in compliment to Mrs. Charles Douglas Foltz of Denver, Col., who is in Minneapolis visiting her parents. Covers were placed for eight, and the guests were the group of young women who acted as ushers at the wedding of Mrs. Foltz last February. The decora tions were carried out in the Christmas colors, and red and green made a pretty setting for the table. The name cards were dainty water-color sketches sug gesting the season. Covers were placed for Misses-Scharpf, Mrs. Foltz, Misses Stella Campbell, Jessie Williams, Ber tie Grosse, Anna Lundberg and Bessie Clendennin. PEESOKAL AND SOCIAL. Mrs. Sherman E. WrlRht of Marinette, Wis., is visiting lief niother, Mrs. W. S. Best, 2012 Park avenue. Fern lodge No. 76, D. of II.. will hold a spe cial meeting tomorrow evening with Mrs Moyer, "803 East Fifteenth street. Bethlohem Presbyterian church" will give- a social tomoirow evening at the home of Mr and Mrs. K. Phillips, 2431 Pleasant avenue. Bridal Veil lodge No. 203, D. of H., will give a card party tomorrow afternoon at the homevof Mrs. H.- Teusau, 22G Fifth street .-NE. Minneapolis people at New York hotels are as follows: Marlborough, Dr. Pierce Broadway tentrnU J. J). .Lennan DnluthVictoria, S 1, Frazer.' The sewing society of Gettysbury circle. Ladies of the, G. A. R., will hold an allday meeting tomorrow with Mrs. Elizabeth S'cran tcn, 2620 Twenty-ninth avenue 8. A basket lunch will be served at noon. Holiday Excursion Via Wisconsin Central railway, on Dec. 20, 21, 22, 23" 24, 25, 29, 30 and 3l, 1906, and Jan. 1, 1907 tickets will be on sale to all points on the Wisconsin Central and- numerous points in the south, at one -fare and one-third for the round trip, with return, limit Jan.' 7th, 1907. For,.fu.ll information address or call on Frank L. Towne, City Ticket Agent, 230 Nicollet avenue, Minneapo- FOR THE SMALL GIRL A SMART COAT. Tabs, buttons and velvet form the finishing touches of this wee coat, in hyacinth blue cloth: The leggins match, and so does the bonnet, tho it might be white. What the Market Affords Scallops, 60 cents a quart. Pike, 15 cents a pound filets, 18 cents. Fresh salmon, 20 cents a pound Cauliflower, 20 and 25 cents each. Lemons, 15 to 20 cents a dozen. Evaporated plums, 18 cents a pound. Scallops are a delicious shellfish which deserve to be better known They are sometimes imitated by eco nomical cooks who cut fresh halibut into small pieces and fry as scallops are fried. Rinse in cold'water, drain and pat dry in a clean cloth. Roll in fine breadcrumbs which have been sea soned with, salt and pepper, then in beaten egg and again in crumbs. Drop into a kettle of deep fat and cook until a golden brown. Serve with tartare sauce or sliced lemon. If preferred the scallops may'be rolled in Indian meal for- frying instead of crumbs. Scalloped scallops .will prove popu lar for luncheon. ^Simmer oneforquart of scallops in their"5 own liquor ten minutes, then drain- and chop fine put a pint of milk ovej* the fire in a double boiler, and when il^re&'cties the boiling point thicken with two tablespoons of flour season withr* salt -and paprika take the pan from ,th fire, add the scallops and the beaten yoke of one egg and^put into buttered-scallopshells or ramakms cover the tons with but tered crumbs and bake ten minutes in a hot oven. A tablespoon of sherry maybe added to the mixture before putting into the shells if desired. SYMPEOMi PREPARES TWO PROGRAMS Rehearsals of the Minneapolis Svni phony orchestra are doubly strenuous just now, for Mr. Oberhbffer is re hearsing two programs that are to be given less than forty-eight hours apart. The first is that of the Wagner con cert, to be given Friday evening the second, that of the first popular con cert to be given Sunday afternoon, both at the Auditorium. As a matter of fact, both these con certs might rightly be called "popu- lar," as. the Wagner, program Friday evening includes many of the German tone-poet's compositions that have done most to make his music beloved and appealing to all classes of music lov ers. In the Wagner concert Friday eve ning, many of the best-known and best liked Wagner numbers' will be played: among them the wild, graphic "Ride or the Valkyries,'' the overture to Tann hauser," with its noble Pilgrims' chorus, the introductions to "Lohen- grin," and to Wagner'.s only comic opera, "The Mastersinger of Nurem- berg." Alois Burgstaller, who will be the soloist, will sing the favorite prize song from "The Mastersinger" Lohen-* grin's narrative and Siegmund's im mortal IQVC song. The program for the first .popular concert is a skilfully chosen combina tion of the popular great compositions of the last fifty years Every, number is well known and generally enjoyed, while the entire list comprises con trasts and variety that cannot but make its rendition a feast of favorite melodies. It includes the Tann hauser" overture, Grieg's famous "Peer Gynt" suite, Delibes' dainty intermezzo and waltz from "Naila," the Moszkowski Serenade and the Liszt Rhapsody, No.i 2. The soloist will be Mrs. W. N. Por teous, the local contralto, who will sing Saint-Saens' My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice," from "Samson and Delilah," and Allitsorf's well-known "Song of Thanksgiving." v! A New Form of Gas Stove. This stove, the invention of Profes sor Junkers of Dessau, Germany,',may be placed on "the wall at any. desired height instead of standing the-floor* The inventor INTEREST Club Calendar. FRIDAY Housewaxming of Pillsbury Settle ment house, afternoon and evening. Friday History club, Mrs. Charles C. Stetson, 678 Marshall avenue, St. Paul, 1 p.m. Mnemosyne club. Mrs. F. R. Salis bury, 409 Third-avenue SE, afternoon. Home Missionary society of lligh land Park Presbvterian church, Mrs. H. E. Nelson, 250'2 Emerson avenue N, 3 p.m. Woman's association of the Church of the Redeemer, annual meeting, clubroom,-2:45 p.m Young Matrons' club, Mrs. B. L. Shillqck, 2635 Nicollet, avenue, after noon. Frances Neal W. C. TL, Mrs.M.L. Murch, 2829 Pillsbury avenue, 3 p.m. Cassiopeia club, '.Mrs. James Chap manv 3633 Portland avenue, 2:30 p.m. Hobart W. C. T. TJ ijrs. Bessie Sco vell. 721, Twelfth avenue S, '3 p.m. Norwegian Hospital auxiliary meet ing, St. Peter's German Lutheran church, Dupont avenue and Eighteenth avenue N, 2:30 p.m. Woman ^s Missionary society of the Fifth Avenue Congregational church, Mrs. H. J. Williams, 3326 Oakland ave nue, 3 p.m. Betsy Ross chapter, D. R., Mrs. Frank D. Cudworth, 1923 AJdrich avenue S, 3 p.m. Travelers, public library, 10 a.m. Pillsbury House Reception. A reception will be given at Pills bury house, 320 Sixteenth avenue S, tomorrow afternoon and evening. Every person in the city interested in the work of the Pillsbury House association and wishing to inspect the building, which is now completed and which has all its departments at work, will be cor dially welcomed. The hours will be from 3 to 10 o'clock. A Club Luncheon. Mrs. Charles C. Stetson of 673 Mar shall avenue. St. Paul, will entertain the members of the Friday History club at a 1 o'clock luncheon tomorrow afternoon. After the luncheon the reg ular program will be given. Holiday Bazaars. The Women's club of the First Uni tarian church will hold itfr annual ba zaar tomorrow afternoon and evening. There will be booths for aprons, candy, fancy articles and books. A fishpond has also been arranged, and at 6:30 o'clock a chicken-pie supper will be served. In the evening a musical pro gram will be given. The salexwill open at 3 p.m. Mary Elizabeth Starkweather tent. Daughters of Veterans, will hold its holiday bazaar and serve a dinner to morrow in Richmond hall. The dinner will be at noon. A handkerchief and apron bazaar will be held by the women of Oak Park church tomorrow evening in the Republican wigwam, between Sixth and Eighth streets, on Fremont ave nue N. The Women's Social circle of Stewart Memorial church will hold its annual Christmas sale of fancy and useful articles as well as home-made candies, Saturday^ Monday and Tuesday at 17 Seventh street S. The Pythian Sisters of North Star temple. No. 12, will have a Christmas sate Monday evening in the K. of P. halh 232 Cedar avenue. $ $ .believje thatn ajtho a stove using Tieavyycompact fu.eiv'must necessarily stand on the floor, tn'ekdop tipn of gas may well free us from old traditions and from the clumsy forms hitherto in use. A trial will convince you of the purity and healthful quali ties of golden grain belt beer. It is brewed from the best of nature 'a, prod ucts and should go into the home as a health-maker. Pour Thrpugh Tourist cars to California The Chicago Great Western Railway offers choice of four through tourist Bleeping cars to. California every week via different routes.. One car goes via Kansas City and Santa Fe route on* via Kansas City and Rock Island-El Paso route^ one via .Omahea an on viadStRock Jo iBland-Sceftic route and seph'and Santa Fe, '"No other line of fera Buch a choice of routes. For full information apply-to B. Hv Heard, gen* eral agent, corner Nicollet avenu.e nFifth BtrecJ. Minneapolis. ^^msmmrnmimse^t^^^^iri^s^stm Defective Page and 1 Hrr ~~~z By Eleanor Morris. How to increase the flesh on the neck and- arms and decrease the excessive rat at the waist and hips is the thought uppermost in the mind of the lady of fashion The decree went forth that after November 1 if you would be up to the moment hips were no longer the proper thing so all sorts of .stunts have been resorted to, to melt this fat, losing sight entirely of the fact that the neck and arms are taking part in this melt ing process. Clad in your tailor-made costume you view with much pleasure the reflection in the mirror and feel re warded for all your hard work. It is when this costume is exchanged for the soft filmy lacy creation for your evening affair that you stand face to face with the wreckt youuhave plished at should be NAMED BY B07AZ, AHCANUM. ,'i'At the annual election of officers of Hen nepin eouncU. No. 1234.1 Royal Arcanum, held last night" at Masonic Temple, tlie following officers were chosen for. the erisniii&.'ye'gr- B. Franklyn Smith, first representative to grand council: Harry Whittier, second repre sentative to grand council Otto Tnorson.- regent- B. FranWyn 'Smith, past repent Albert H' Thompson,, vice regent B. Carlton Torelle ora tor A. C. Anderson, secretary D. R. McNau"ht treasurer Robert Vollbracht, chaplain H. T. Holland, warden, G.-J O* Nick, sentry James MacMullen, trustee E* O* .Edwards, organist. :The election of officers in Hennepin Ladies' court, Royal Ladles, resulted as follows- Mrs Marie -Thompson, past--princess Mrs. Anne XJarson, royal princess 'Mrs. Marv Camp, peer jess Mrs. Katiierlhe. Penfleld. chaplain. Mrs Anne. Whittier, lady of ceremonies Mrs. Deita Thompson, first lady councillor ^lrs Mary Pierce, second ljtdy councillor Mrs. Nellie Tnorson, lady recorder Mrs. Emma Mcfta'urht lady of exchequer* Mrs. Mary 0*Btlen roya' guardian Mrs. Mary Anderson, royai sentinel* Mrs. Anne Carson, delegate to supreme' court. ,',.C6vell,*uJde MEtfOKlWEE, HW3H.-Tl,e -dented* Charles Johuwjn, _h. fisherman, wa&P found his shanty today, following a two weeks' spree. Heart failure Is supposed to be tlie cause. December 13, 1906/^ fi,U Bli made of the neck and armsi.a The law' requires that you must not i yo cannot dis tl J^P 8 als play bones, so the situation grows per plexing. In a quiet corner of your room you think out a solution of the problem. I will consult my beauty doctor is your conclusion, she-is my panacea in trou bles of this kind, her advice is always helpfuL and I find myself in her hands and religiously following her directions, I am sure of success. In the first place to reduce tlfe too large hips use massage, good deep mas sage, not the kind that bruises and bat ters you% and makes you feel as if you were training for a sparring match, but the kind that does the work of taking up the flesh, rolling and kneading with a- ood firm pressure to break the fatty cells for the blood, to carry off. This massage is given only to the parts to be reduced a half hour each ,day and if the daily treatment cannot bet accom- given fewer than four times a week. A celebrated scientiest on this special line of work always prescribed for his patient's treatment as follows: A half hour mas sage on the part to be reduced two suc cessive days, then omitting a day, then again for the two days, so continuing until the result is accomplished, which is governed entirely by conditions, as it is readily understood that some cases are more stubborn than others. Treat ment of this kind produces no ill ef fects on the rest of the body. It will Certainly work like a charm, and ex cessive fat when gotten rid of by this process does not return unless you are a willing victim of that beauty-de stroying disease, indolence, which in its incipient stage, is called ease. 1,/p ^OLDSE A^ $ TO REDUCE EXCESSIVE FAT ON HIPS AND WAIST FROM ELIZABETH LEE $ A Cream Lace Kobe. Dear Madam: I have a cream lace robe and ask your advice as to lining, IVliat to get and how much? It is to be made princess and I am at a loss jtp know how it should be lined. Can |%i also tell me how to make a prettv candle shade, rather large, for one o"f. the.new glass candle sticks? Minneapolis. Mrs. B. You will need a cream taffeta or oth jj silk- made up -jtn- a rprincess -silk, the i&^e "*bbe tq -.have fotmdation of fiibtigseli%^ de'aoieVor'else'a. separate slm, of-.this description must be worn between the lace robe and the taffeta A^pietty candle.shade.may be made from-an-odd-shade^of-ired or mahogany sUk^strgWhed Tightly over -the frame, then painted.in.Japanese dragon effect with gold paint, gold-bead fringe being the finish "This comes by the yard for the purpose, and in all widths. Elizabeth Lee. Alcohol in Medicine There has been a lot of reading re cently thrust upon the public by maga zines on the subject of alcohol. The fact is as any doctor will tell youy the merit or harm that may come from any drug depends on- the manner and quan tity in which it is used. Alcohol is one of our most valued remedies and forms a part of two thirds of the prescriptions that go out from the druggist. Dr. A. N. Wallace, the noted lung specialist, states that there is-nothing to take its place in pulmonary diseases and without it his famous. formula for coughs, colds and affections. of the lungs would be use less. All the merit of the. concentrated oil of' pine would be lost, as it needs whiskey! is! a soluble agent. /Thus his years of work in the pine forests would prove unavailable for his fellow man. The formula of Dr.' Wallace referred to was published 'by thi paper a short time ago and for the benefit of thdse who may not have seen it a repetition is given. "Mix half ounce of concentrated oil of pine with two ounces of glycerine and a half pint of good whiskey. Shake thoroughly and use in tablespoon dbses every four hours." These ingredients can be procured from any prescription druggist. The concentrated oil of pine should not be confused with cheap oils of pine sold in bulk and patent medi cines using similar name and package,/ These will not do the work and gener ally cause stomach disorders and prove injurious to the kidneys. Morton's Quality- Shop. DAINTY XMAS GIFTS Unusual and Inexpensive Novelties. BeadsBasketsBrasses Hand-Made English Lacesr PerfumesToilet Accessories FamOHs Russian Chocolates Mary Elizabeth Candles- Ss10UISIHMORTON^?r Dr. Lyon's PERFECT,-, Toot Powde Cleanses and beautifies the teeth and purifies the breath. TTeed foy people of refinement for over a quarter of a century. .c Convenient for tourists. PREPARED BY C^f^S^Wt.^2 "l'n. i'M4'!" MERCHANTS OF ^N,E? CLOTHES 1E Plymouth Clothing House, Nicollet and Sixth 'li ."j ^ZHM*. Can You Tell a Fur Lined Coat Bargain? On Friday we. shall out-bargain bargains. Persian lamb collar, muskrat lined coats. tf Eiver mink collar, squirrel lined coats. Southern beaver collar, river mink lined coats. Black lynx collar, fur lined coats. The first glance will convince you of the values provided you know something about fur prices. 35 OVERSHOES IF YOUR DEALER DOES NOT HAVE THEM APPLY TO GOODYMa^UBBELR CO, ili^MfNk CSfiMCKET CO 26^30SOUTH5T- STREET hoar, 98*lb./ f\ Bags..,. 4X. I Cora leal.... Graham Flour Best Buckwheat. Soiled Oats Sweet Corn, Stand ard, per can.... Oneida Commaa- r\ \tj corn, per can 1 Standard Toma- \f\n toes, per c*n....I"C Telephone Peas, per can Salmon Steak, per can Potatoes, per bushel. Sweet Potatoes Rutabagas, Bracketfg Best 11-pOHHd Bags, 18=poand Bags i JG-poifld I7c 23c 33c 25c 5c Nine Per dozen, 58c Per dozen, $1.18 Solid packtf New^ pack" Flatv cans Best Bnrbank best, 10c 13c 44c 25c S Tnrnips 1 peck Parsnips Red Onions Blood Red Beets Baldwin /jo Fancy, Apples ^Ot per peck! Nayel i ^/C^T Urge size, Oranges ^Ufc* per doz. 1 peck $*! 1 2 peck Onnr Cranberries qnart p.i Kejstese Bye z: reg. 90c,v Whiskey (1854).. for Friday Mando Use Remove qg* Superfluous flair Short sleeve gowns demand smooth white arms, free from hair growth. MANDO, the most de pendable depilatory known, will remove all hair without burn or scar. Accept no substitute, .f.^ Price, $1.00 samples, 10c.v JOSEPHINE IEFEVRE 'TBSfftf1 Sold by Voegeli Bros'.. Wm. Donaldson & Co., Powers Mercantile Oo. LhL. THE CARE OP THE HAIR should be of Interest to erery womtn. If Gray or Bleached, It can be restored to lt natural color, or made any shade detjred. The Imperial Hair Regenerator is the acknowledged STANDARD HAIR COLORING of ihe age* It is easily applied, foakeathe Eaif soft and glossy, la absolutely harmless. Sampleofhair colored free. TJorre spoadence confidential.' IsDierial Ckm.THii. C0..M5W. 23d &.N.Y. 101 Washington B. e&d VMIT ft Croaker, '616 MieeUet j.