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qf^S *f|irpPp %?^^P 1 « » -# i a y —. :: Br •/.*.' ' THURSDAY" tfmfarG^'f/^ :'" ' ^ THE MINNEAPOLIS ; JOUBNAL.' "'" : * "" - •"" FEBRUARY- 12, 1903.'^ " ^< : rt£^'^ ^^ifefc Sv 1 ' $.' -r SEVENTH AND NICOLLET I ains! Dress Goods. AU wool, double width Press Goods, and 27-inch Waistings, regular 49c goods, Special Bargain for Friday •.•-..'-. ; -. Wash Goods. New, fancy striped Batistes, regular 25c and 30c values. Special Bargain for Friday's Great Sale, at • • • • 19c 18c InSocial Circles SIX-HAND EUCHRE Entertainment for 100 Guests of Mrs. F. C. Barrows and Mrs. ,.: F. R. Salisbury. ,- ' •*: Home of Mrs. Salisbury Decked "' With National Colors in Honor of the Day. Ladies' Hosiery Ladies' extra fine, regular made Cashmere Hose, double sole, heel and toe. fast black and seamless. Worth 59c and 75c a pair, limit 3 pairs to a customer. A A ^ Bargain Friday, a pair — « €FC* : Ladies' Underwear Ladies' wool ribbed "Vests and Pants, in pink or blue, worth $1.25. Bargain Friday, flft&lff* Waists. Mi?ses'Wash Waists, values A E * * up to $1.25. Friday fcWW Skirts. Novelty Dress Skirts, in all the lat-. est styles. Special, frQ C&ft Blankets 11-4 all wool North Star Blankets-- fancy border*regular $6.00 quality. FrLdav a pair at fc O only *!10B< and colors; 98c values. Bargain Friday.. Towels 100 dozen bleached and unbleached Turkish towels, size 18x36 Ol^ inche3, 12f<c values, Friday ©3v White Shirts 10 dozen Men's laundered White Shirts, slightly soiled,worth O C f* up to $1. Friday each .... O%M%* Gloves Ladies' French Kid Gloves, all sizes 69c Children's Dresses. Children's Wool Dresses, lined throughout, sizes to 10 years; worth to $2.25. Special for one Qftf* Notions, Extra Special An odd lot of Sewing Silk and 200 yards Machine Cotton,, quau- 4-^ tity limited. Friday Bargain It* (We reserve the right to limit quantity.) Drugs. Dr. Lyon's Tooth Powder, regular price 25c. Friday bar- | A 1 A gain <£*2\» JMrs. ¥.. C. Barrows and Mi s. F. JR. Salis- bury entertained 100 women at cards this afternoon' at the home of Mrs. Salisbury on Third avenue SE. In honor of the day flags were used in the decorations and the hall was hung with red, white and blue. Tulips, roses and carnations, were ar- ranged through the parlors. Six hand euchre was played. Saturday afternoon Mrs. Salisbury and Mrs. Barrows will give a second -card party and the women who will assist them both days are Mmes. John Wilcox, Charles Bastbn. Fred Olds, Arthur Swett, Hiram Smith, James Pye, Ernest Pratt, Alonzo Phillips, George Gould, ;T. G. Salisbury, Stiles Raymond and Miss Wilcox. '••'•"' ,Ci "--" - v -'-~ Jewelry. Shirt Waist Sets, Hat pins, brooches, stick pins, etc.; value up to 4 A A H 50c. Extra bargains, 5c and I W B New York, Jan. 20, 1903. "I am using Kleansall and find it a most perfect substitute for all soaps." LILLIAN RUSSELL. Why Not You? .Everybody who has had the pleasure of seeing tililan Russell, the famous and beautiful actress, will recall her superb! Smith, wife of the Neenah millionaire, SOCIETY WOMEN Olf THE STAGE Bed in a Hospital to Be Endowed with Proceeds from a Dramatic Per- formance at Oshkosh. Special to The Journal. '' •' ' Oshkosh. Wis.. Feb. 12.—Society women are preparing to present "The Wife," an emotional drama, the proceeds to be devoted to endowing a child's bed in St. Mary's hospital. Rehearsals are al- ready in progress. The cast is headed by Mrs. Charles Mrs. Joseph Thomas Thurman of Ken- wood gave a, prettily appointed tea this afternoon. About sixty women were en- tertained from 3 until 5 o'clock. " The decorations throughout were in red and green and carnations were used with palms and ferns with charming effect. In the dining-room an enormous bunch of the spicy blossoms was in the.cenfer of the table which was lighted with red ta- pers. Candles also ; gleamed brightly, in the tangle of. green on the mantel. The assisting women were Mmes. H.'"C. Delano of St. Paul, Miss Kittie Sullivan of Mer- riam Park; Mmes. E. H. Heath, F. G. Brown, H. B. Wetherby, A. W. Hoppock, Luella B. Ames and a group of young girls were in the dining-room. This evening the assisting women will be entertained at a buffet supper and later there will b e a card party of twenty-four guests, The engagement of Miss Mary Madge Young of Berwyn, 111., and George T. B\ Donaldson is announced. The' wedding will take place soon in Chicago . .........^ Mrs. Piatt B. Walker has issued invi- tations for two card parties to be given Wednesday afternoon and evening at her home on Aldrich avenue S. Miss Jessica Morgan will give a valen- tine luncheon Saturday afternoon a t h e r home in Kenwood for three of. the vis- iting girls. Miss Adger of Virginia, Miss Wood of Pennsylvania and Miss Cady of Iowa. Mrs. R. J. Upton and Mrs.'J. Martin will give a dancing party Thursday evening, Feb. 26, in M r s . ., N o b l e ' s hall on Four- teenth avenue SE. ;,. The Cotillion club will give its last party of the year this evening in Elks' hall in- stead of Johnson hall as was announced. Mrs. Harry G. Hertig entertained a't^a second card party this afternoon at Tier home on, Aldrich avenue S for M r s . G< H. Fertig of Milwaukee. About seventy.-five women were present and six-hand euchre was played. To-morrow afternoon Mrs. Fertig will give a third card party. Supper waB served from basket?, wtalfeh were drawn by the guepts^' :^ jv Mr, anil Mrs. K. N." Osborne, or' : the Imperial, will leave this evening for the south and east to be absent until. Marijly. J^ Unlngton Beatdris 1#eh}casQ attending the educational convention of the American Insti- tute of Sacred Literature. The Silver Grays will give •'a second danclnir party to-morrow pveniug in Eighth Ward Relief hall, Stevens • avenue and Lake street. The Colonial Dramatic Club will give Its sec- ond'dance of the first".serles : Wednesday evening. In Foresters' hall, Fifteenth and Franklin ave- nues S. The Woman's Club of the First Unitarian church will give a. social for the church people to-morrow evening in the church, Eighth street and Mary place. The Kpwortli League of Lake Street M. E. church will giv? a valentine social at the homo of Mrs. J. CrawSlhiw, 3o3ti .Tallies avenue S, .Fri- day evening, Feb. 13. Local unicm tity. 202,, International Brother "hood Electrical Workers of America, will give lit. first annual ball Saturday eveniug, in llol- colmb's hull, 45 Fourth street S. The Bs. and B. Ms. gave an informal dance Ft May evening in the Phoenix Club hull. Miss Kate Dugau was presented with a beautiful gold pin, as she disposed of the. most tickets. Mrs. William Donaldson went'to. Chicago Tues- day to -meet-. .'Mies- Elizabeth Donaldson on her. return from the south. Mrs^ . Donaldson and Miss. Donaldson will go to'Florida shortly to re- main several weelcs. ' The Say Zu-Zus met Tuesday'with Mrs. Thom- as E. Lyons on Fourth avenue S.' -Favors were won. by Mines. Lyons. Bartholomew and Parks. The. club will meet Tuesday with Mrs. O. A. Parks, 10 Eighth streets. Northwestern people at' New York hotels are as follows: Minneapolis—Itossmore. T. S. Bel- len: ll«lland. J. S. Bradstreet; Imperial. B. T. Ciller. Duluth—Holland. J. T. Miehaud: Broad- way Central, W.H. Bliss. Mrs. E. L. Lampman entertained the Bijou Club • Tuesday afternoon. Mmes. Hennessey, Harder, ./5t. .le^niaine. and McOaughty. won the favor's. Mrs. , MeG'a,iighty will be hostess next Tuesday, at 1403 Fourth street SE. Mr. ; and Mrs. A*rthur' Diesel had as guests •Tuesday'Dr. and Mrs. A. V. McFarlane and Rev. and Mrs.- J. M. Mcintosh, of Edinburgh, Scot- land, who are on their- awy-.-to. the Pacific coast. . Dr. and Mrs. McFarlane have been visit- ing their daughter, Mrs. J. W. Henderson, in St. Paul. A card party was given last" evening at the home of Mrs. Emma Stringer. 1320' E Twenty- fifth street. The-guests were Messrs. and Mes- dames A. G. Brown, J. W. Duff, W . L . Loth- tnan. C. , M. Gebbardt, Dejordln, Abbott. E. L. Abbott, Hedringtori, Misses Cora Brown. Dunl, Mrs. A. E. Green, Messrs. Green, Hedrington. ,B.-Anderson; ; W. Gitpatrick. Robert. Cornell and Chester Young.- Prizes were won-by Miss Cora Brown and William Lothmer. The decorations were carnations and ferns. Mr. and Mrs. Alviu Nelson of 1326 Adams street NE, entertained Tuesday evening for Miss Josie Pierson of Vasa. The guests were nearly all former residents of Vasa and were as fol- lows: Misses Emma and Alma Ofelt, Eda Til- derqulst, Florence Hedberg, Lydia Carlson. Hcl- ga Nelson, Tillie - Togenjelm. Helga Lindquisfc. Ellen Relnhold, Mrs. C. Thronson, Messrs. Charles V. Frank, Gustafson, David Sigfrid, Til- derqulst, . HJ J. Peterson. ..Tames Ahlstrom, H. Thrpnson. Games and music were the amu:;e- irtents and light refreshments were served. . All through ths year this store opens at 8:30 A. N. and closes at 5:39 P. M.f Saturdays at 10:00 P. M. POWERS Nlcollei Ave. First Ave* S. Free Lessons ''/ IN *"%' ART EMBROIDERY AND LACE MAKING. Fridays 1 to £ P. M.; Tuesdays, 9 to 11 A M. Inqoire at Art de- partment, second floor. A BRIEF LIST OF EXTRAORDINARY OFFERINGS. 9' ,_ yard, Fancy Rib- |v bons, tfo. 40. a) I silk, white with col- ored edges, and solid colors with fancy stripe effects;, good 15c quality. ' (Nicollgt Arcade.) "" : 1 Pr l*v If) solid lace , yard—Great Spe- * cial — 100 pieces Colored Striped Grenadines and Colored Lenos, in and satin stripes; values 25c to 50c yard. 22 U _ yard, Silk Lining v Serge, 24 in. wide, all colors, regular 39c quality. _ each, Women's v long sleeved, cot- t o n fleece-lined Vests, in cfearn only; reg. price I9c. 19 _ pair. Fancy Col- V ored and Black Hose, lisle or cot- ton, figured, stripe and polka dots and lace effects; regular val- ues -2o.c pair. 69 ^ "yard, Navy Blue C Cheviot, sponged and shrunken, 52 in. wide; regular price ipl per yard. 25' 25 for 12 b a r s Golden Lauiidry S«ap. {Grocery Uept.—Basement,)- 3 yard, 3,000 yards V Outing Flannels, dark colors, mill remnants in good lengths; 5c values. each, Lined Waists, for small women and misses —size 32 only. (Second Floor.) $1.35 1 each, Fine' Nain- sook and Cambric Night Gowns,? in various styles of lace, ribbon and embroidery trimmings, al high-class garments, worth from f 1.98 to 82.98.^ (Second Nocr. complexion and luxuriant hair. She has had every oportunity to find the best thing in the world to use for cleansing the skin and hair without any injurious ,resu>. Note what she says above. Kleansall is delightful for bath and shampoo. Noth- ing like it for General Housework. Try it. Grocers and Druggists Sell It. Kleansall Mfg. Co. ' Minneapolis. BEAUTIFUL WQMftN. illy half her charms lies In the glory ernalr. The Imperial Hair Regenerator is responBibls for most of the oeavuiful shades of hair you sec to-day. It Is ahso- ,. ., lutely harmless, easily applied. Invalu V'MV able for Beard and Musia?ch»". Hampla VSi'VL'A of hair colored fre«. Send for Pamphlet. Imperial Chemical Mfs.'Co.. IS'I W 23rd st.'N.T. Sold by Dillln Drug Co.. 101 Wash, av S; It. H. He'gcnei, 20T Xic. av; Foely & Crocker, 515 Nlc. and said to be the best-dressed woman in the state. She is having" some, elab- orate gowns made for the production. Mrs. Smith possesses marked dramatic talent. Other members of t4ie cast are Mrs. Andi*ew Halter, daughter of a former mayor: Mrs. John Cameron, daughter of the late Charles W. Felker. and Miss Angle Brown, sister of Sherman Brown, manager of the Davidson. Milwaukee. A DAILY NUI5ANCE ]l CLUBS AND CHARITIES i . Club Calendar. •-.•••••• FRIDAY— . : . ) Mnemosyne club, Mrs. B. ;A. Rose, 710 Seventh street SE. 1 p. m. Cosmopolitan club, Mrs. T. F. "Eichelver, 2736 Blaisdell avenue, 2:30 p. m. Mothers' League, Mrs. W. J. Barrett, 221 W Twenty-sixth street, afternoon. . Cassiopeia club, Mrs. L. C- Ormond, 341" Portland avenue, 2:30 p. m. Woman's Christian association. Wom- an's boarding home, 409 Sixth street S, 10 a. m.; executive board, 9:30 a. m. Salad club, Mrs. H. R. Loudon, 83 High- land a,venue, afternoon. ., Young Matron's club, Mrs. George Wat- son. 3006 Colfax avenue S, afternoon. ; Hobart Woodbridge W. C. T. ITU Miss A.. A. Connor, 1415 University avenue SE, 3 p.m. . PICTURE SALE This event will close Saturday evening. The remaining two days will surely keep up the remarkable soiling. Many new specials have been added, which will great- ly increase the wide-spread interest in this sale. Prices average about l A, l /3 and & less than regular values. (/« Basement.) SHOE SALE. Friday the third day of this sensational sale The fact that we have these shoes in the store is a gnar- '••": " antee of their quality. . Prices,about-•&, % and l A undervalue, are made doubly attractive by our special offer for FRIDAY ONLY—For the one day we will give Double Amount S. & H. Green Trading Stamps with all cash purchases in this department omly. You will find something satisfactory in size, fit, and price. Mail Your VALENTINES FRIDAY—Select from our choicely assorted stock. You'll surely please the recipient. $5.00 d o w n t o lC D. A. R. CONFERENCE Best granalated';' ~Ibs. Sugar i: EljhMH Barber's celebrated "White fit Affi riOlll batiu. 9S-1I). sacks d£iUt9 A Simple Remedy Which Will Interest Catarrh Sufferers. In its earlier stages catarrh is more of a nuisance than a menace to the general health, but sooner or later, the disease extends to the throat, bronchial tubes and even to the stomach and intestines. Catarrh is essentially a disease of the mucous membrane, the local symptoms being a profuse discharge of mucus, stop- page of the nostrils, irritation in throat, causing coughing, sneezing, gagging and frequent clearings of the throat and head. The usual treatment by local douches, snuffs, salves, etc., often gives temporary relief, but anything like a cure can only be obtained by a treatment -which removes the catarrhal taint from the blood and the disappearance of the inflammation from the mucous surfaces. A new remedy which meets these re- quirements and which so far .has been remarkably successful in curing catarrh is Stuart's Catarrh Tablets. Fancy head. p«r lb. Best quality, IOIDS Macaroni l-lb. pKgs. 7c, 4pliKS ..... Best white, per bu \... Solid heads, each f»____,3_ Sweet navels. Oranges P er do/ .... - •:_.____-. Thin skinned, LQlnORS per dozen Pineapples ea a cT Banana a solid fruit. Bananas per dozen a i._I^-_ Fancy Baldwins, Apples perpees.:....•:...::.. Peaches per^. 6 ^ 0 ^ 63 : Apricots I S " ai ^! ed :. 25e 2Sc Mrs. John D. McArdle entertained a second group of women at euchi-e this af- ternoon at her home on Colfax avenue S. The guests numbered forty and Mrs."Mc- Ardle was assisted by the same'group 'of women who aided her yesterday. Mrs. F . H . Wellcome gave a pretty buf- fet luncheon yesterday at her home on Groveland avenue, in honor of her sister, Mrs. Cressy of Granite Falls. .In the din- ing-room a basket of pink tulips was on the round mahogany table and pink car- nations and white hyacinths were on the sideboard. A profusion of red roses were r in the parlors and jonquils and ferns were j . in the hall and library. Mrs. Wellcome was assisted in receiving by her sister, Mrs. Cressy, and her mother, Mrs. Taylor. An orchestra played during the luncheon hour, from" 12 until 2 o'clock, and about 100 women were present. The assisting women were Mmes. H. C. Akeley, James Quirk, H. E. Ladd. W. A. Lancaster. E . F . Hil- ton. J. R. Gordon and Miss Florence Ake- ley. Saturday afternoon Mrs. W. A. Lan- caster will give a luncheon in honor of Mrs. Cressy and several other affairs are also being planned for her. Mr. and Mrs. Ralston Elmore gave a musicale Tuesday evening at their home in Southeast Minneapolis for Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Stork of New York. The program was given. by Miss Blanche Keeley, Miss C. Belero and Mr. Wejner, vocalists; Miss Priest and Mr. Wiley, readers. The rooms were decorated in green and white and palms, ferns and azalias were used in the parlors and reception halls. The. man- tel was banked with ferns among which were pink shaded lights. Mr. and Mrs. „,, *_*.!. j. li_ '• t'i = t Elmore were assisted in entertaining by These tablets aet upon the blood and ™r>. and Mmes. Miller. Gates and Ap- E4e 10c !4s 25c 8c 9c Peeled Peaches T^r-'lte Raspberries Evaporated, per lb 27c fi•....!.«_. Small California per lb. 3c; fi1A rriineS large Caliiornia. per lb O28 Valley Creamery, best f>| n o made, half gallon j a r s .... :«| a -0£ sweet, per. Buff erine n> Egrs S^ap EJUA-M Strictly fresh", . . RjE . 5 P er dozeii .... :...'..:. " r Moparch, 10 large bars.; ........ Or Ammonia; quart bottles BtA.a.ft UILA 5-year-old Calif or- rOrI Wine nia. per gallon .... California, per gallon. 14c Ilk 34s 5c Sl.00 60c raucous membranes only. They can hard- ly be called a secret patent medicine, as they are composed of such valuable rern- edies as Blood root, Hydrastin, Red gum and similar cleansing antiseptics, which cure by eliminating from the blood and mucous surfaces the catarrhal poison. Stuart's Catarrh Tablets are large, pleasant-tasting lozenges taken internal- ly, allowing them to dissolve slowly in the mouth; in this way they reach the throat, fauces and the entire alimentary canal. If desired, they may also be dissolved in water and used a s a douche, in addi- tion to the internal use, but it is not at all necessary to use a douche; a few of them dissolved in the mouth daily will be sufficient. However, when there is much stoppage of the nose, -a douche made from these tablets will give imme- diate relief.' but the regular daily use internally of these tablets will cure the; whole catarrhal trouble without resort- ing to the inconvenience of a douche. Dr. Bement states "that the internal treatment for catarrh is rapidly taking the place of the old plan of douching and local application and further says that probably the best and certainly the safest remedy at present on the market is Stuart's Catarrh Tablets, a s n o secret is made of their composition and all the really efficient remedies for catarrh are contained in this tablet." :_]./' Druggists sell Stuart's Catarrh Tablets a t fifty c e n t s for full-sized, packages. Ask your druggist and if h e is honest he will tell you there is no safer, more palatable', more efficient and :con„venient remedy on the market. pleby. The Misses Ethel and Maude Shep- ley served frappe. There were about 150 guests. Miss Sayde Dugas and Joseph Gagne were married yesterday morning in the Church of Notre Dame des Lourdes. Fred Perry played the wedding march" and Miss Laura Longton sang the "Ave Maria." Miss Ellen Johnson was bridesmaid and wore white Jawn trimmed with lace and carried pink roses. Miss Delma - Gagne, the maid of honor, was in white etamine over taffeta a n d h e r flowers were La France roses. The bride's gown was white twine cloth over taffeta and trimraed.with taffeta folds. ,She wore a veil which was caught with a wreath of smilax and roses and carried bride roses. Rev. Gabriel An- dre read the service and L. Bredemus was best man. A reception was given at the home of the bridegroom ? s parents, 1711 Second street NE. where pink carnations and ferns decked the rooms.' Mr., and Mrs. Gagne will be at home at 908 Twentieth avenue NE after March ,1. The Minnesota Chapters,. Indorse Mrs. Fairbanks for President General. The regents and delegates of the national congress of the Daughters of the Ameri- can Revolution were entertained yesterday afternoon by the state vibe regent, Mrs. W. M. Liggett, at her hefrne in St. An- thony Park". Questions Which will come before the national ; '"foody"Were discussed and it was unanimously voted to indorse Mrs. Fairbanks for president general of the society and Mrs. W. P. Jewett of St. Paul for one vice president general. Mrs. Franklin A. Rising of Winona and Mrs. Liggett were unanimously "chosen to act as state regent and vice regent f o r a second term. . Mrs. Brown of Fergus Falls was elected state treasurer, and the fol- lowing officers were appointed by the re- gent: State secretary. Miss. Mary Sue Wil- lis of Distaff chapter. ,St. Paul; state registrar, Mrs. R. F. Goodwin of Minne- apolis chapter. Minneapolis. Miss Kath- erine B. Rising of Winona has been ap- pointed a page for the national congress. It was the largest and most-enthusiastic meeting which the organization has held and every chapter was represented with the exception of the Mankato chapter. Mrs. Rising presided. * A plan decided on at.the last state con- ference was formally carried out yester- day a n d a state council will be formed of "the regents, the state officers and dele- gates from the chapters for the purpose of advancing the Interests of the organiza- tion. Three meetings a year will be held, and- the duties of the council will be chifiy advisory. It was also decided yesterday that a general utility fund should be fur- nished bv assessments from the differeni chapter to defray the necessary expenses. The transaction of business -was inter- rupted at noon by luncheon, which was served from prettily decked tables. Among the chapter represented were: Charter Oak chapter, Faribault, Mrs. Loyhed; Colonial chapter, Minneapolis, Mrs. Char- les T. Thompson, Mrs. Regan; Daughters of Liberty chapter. Duluth, Mrs. J. T. Washburn; Distaff chapter, St. Paul. Miss Beaumont; Fergus Falls chapter. Fergus Falls, Mrs. H. O. Hixon, Mrs. Barrows; Elizabeth Dyer chapter, Winona, Mrs. F W Little; Greysolon Du Luth chapter, Duluth. Mrs. N. F. Hugo; Minneapolis chapter, Minneapolis, Mrs. F . C. Barrows. Mrs. H. A. Norton, Mrs. O. C. Shepley; Nathan Hale chapter, St. Paul, Mrs. D. S B. Johnson, Mrs. liascal Brill; St. Paul chapter, St. Paul. Mrs. H. K. Von Wedelstaedt, Mi-s. Deming. Mrs. Beals. Mrs S. P. Crosby; Wenonah chapter. Wi- nona. Mrs. S. R. Van Sant, Mrs. Williams. NOVELTIES IN ' . Burnt Wood VALENTINES A large assortment of choice pieces in a variety of beautiful colors. These pieces are the work ^| (\(\ Atwun in ifif* of experts in this art. Prices... •?•••"" i "-V (In Basement-) . FREE SKIRT SUPPORTERS. We are giving one to every woman who buys a waist. Ad- justed while you wait. .An article every woman should have. CSecond Floor. J Sanitary MEAT DEPT. Under Management of Witt Broft - Niqpilet Arcade and " Finn Street Entrances. Accommodation Accounts Opened. Special for Friday Only: With all cash purchases and all C. O. D. orders received by 'phone, we will give Double Amount S. & H, Green Trading Stamps. TELEPHONES Deliveries to all parts of the city. N. W. Main 1237-1275-1491. X. C. S6-116-494. OPPOSED TO CANTEEN Miss Anna Robbins, a Nurse From the Philippines, Speaks pf the Can-' , teen's Temptations. . "Miss Anna Robbins, a nurse from Ma- nila, spoke against the canteen in the First Presbyterian church last evening. The native saloons in Manila have been, closed but whisky is sold at bars decked with the American flag", pictures of t h e eagle or of Uncle Sam. Miss Robbins said young men and the government should where liquor may be obtained by the men if they want it, but according to Miss Robbins the saloons should not be under the American flag. Drunkenness among the natives is extremely rare. Miss Rob- that the majority of the soldiers were 1 bin g told many interesting things of life in Manila, of the natives and their cus- not place temptation in their way through toros and showed many curios which she the canteen. There are plenty of places had brought home. mm^J: v^•4*&' v ''•''W*>^^ Iill||gii||i| Americans of To-Day and To-Morrow By Senator Albert J. Beveridg'e $1.00 qua Ity. special, Tf|A DrumKOw- rle's, bot. Blackberry Brandy -per gallon..." .......... ...... Scotch Whiskey •^t*ll«.»!!!!».M»"88o tier's Malt Whiskey S S M S i Shsrwood^Sr^'^^SI.OO 75c rye, full qts. 5 years old California, full quarts Grape Juice* quart .bottles, ..,. White Fish, per lb ....... ffVont. per lb- .'.' Srirt^lts. per Jb ,.. V ....... Pike, 'per lb ...'.' Pickerel, per lb ...'.;. Fmhan Haddock, per lb ...... Holland Herring, per keg ...". fiddles' Codfish, per lb ESianclafd Oysters, per qt ....... sate V S8c lie . 12c .12%c . : IOC .'^?8c . Vic. $1^10 . . 13c . *3c c:m-- Qariand's -:- CANDIES -:- |T Valentine, Favorslj Valentine : iK Table Decorations Candy Hearts %$£ -•i. Valentine Boxes ? To suit the taste. 36 South Fifth Street. PEBSONAL AND SOCIAL. -. Mrs. A. Campbell and daughter are speeding a week in Chicago. ; Mr. and Mra. P . F . Morgan left last evening for Washington. D..C. _ .;• , , . •;•'y:-•••'• Mrs. L. K. .Tennison.hns been called to JSansns bj»the illness of her aunt. t uv^ Mr. Finch will have his regular daiieing party this evening in Kimball null. "~ ^ Mr. and Mrs. Willis Walker have gone to Now York to spond several weeks. Mr. arid.Mrs. Paul Piorc'p returned to' their home in Chicago last evening. Mr. and Mrs. S. It. Slkes have gone to Cali- fornia for the tear of the winter. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Bell, nee Heffelfinger, will return from Europe early In March. The Ideal Euchre club will meet to-morrow afternoon with Mrs. Nelson, 3027 Chicago ave-" nue. ; ' ' Alex Friedman, of Mendon..Mich,, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. Friedman, of 734 13 Sixteenth street. Mrs. Xi." S e w e l l , of New York, has been visit- ing Minneapolis friends- on her way to oNrth Dakota. . " ' " ' ' Miss Catherine Baker, of Decorah, • Iowa, is the guest of Mrs. W . L . Downing, 115 Oak Grove street. Mrs. Sarah Farr, who dislocated her elbow by falling on the ice three weeks ago, is rapidly recovering. The Buen Tlempo Club will meet with Mrs. Frank- Austin, 1409 W Tnirty-flret street, to- morrow evening- Plvmouth chapter, O. E. S.. will give a cinch party to-morrow evening in Masonic hall, 304 Twentieth avenue N. Leal lodge. No. 72. D. of H., will give a banl- times party Saturday evening iul.'O. O. F . hall, 2302 K. Lake street. Miss Teresa Bell, of Fourteenth avenoe S. entertained thirty guests a t a sleighing party I Tnefday evening. After a ride of two hours, eople returned to the Bell residence. Will Send a Missionary. Mr. and Mrs. Charles tt. Oliver of 1831 Park avenue, entertained the i'oung Men's club of the Portland Avenue Church o>. Christ Tuesday evening. Two new mem- bers were admitted. The report of the treasurer showed a good financial condi- tion. Active steps were taken by the club to send one of its members a s a mis- sionary to the foreign field. After the program refreshments were served. Mrs. A T Beebe and Miss Pearl Oliver as- sisted the hostess. Miss Anthony gave several piano numbers.' Meeting of W. C. A. The Woman's Christian association will hold an important meeting to-morrow morning at the Woman's boarding home, 400 Sixth street S. The executive board will meet at 9:30 o'clock and the associa- tion a t 10 o'clock. The annual meeting of the association Will be held the last Friday in February, when the work of the year will be reviewed. „V;.' CLUB NOTES. The Mnemosyne Club'will have a luncheon to- morrow at the home of Mrs. B. A. Rose, <10 S T n p t r h og S ra r m t of E chUd study ..will be given to, morrrow afternoon at the meeting of the \oung Matrons' Club, at the.tajme of Mrs. George Wat> son, 3006 Colfax avenne S. They make one feel as though life was worth living. Take one of Carter's Little Diver Pills after eating; it will relieve dyspepsia., aid digestion, give tone and vigor to the system, y/^-; Begins at Bed. Rock. ; Health, strength and vigor depend on digestion. Dr. King's New Life Pills makes it perfect, or. no pay. Onl^. 25c. You cannot afford to throw away valu- able time running around looking for board, rooms, houses etc., wheln The Jour- nal Want Adswill get you what you want. Insert a small ad and .Ave yourseif the A set of brilliant personal articles outlining some distinctively American types of to-day and forecasting future types that will be the product of present conditions. Salaries and Savings By Hon. Leslie M. Shaw Secretary of the Treasury •,, This is the first of a series of papers in which some successful business men will tell how to save mpney and to invest it safely. apepsby o Hon. Grover Cleveland will continue to r be a regular contributor on great politi- cal. questions of the day. v ".;'. Try the NEW POST to July I where cards TndmusirVeVThrTmusemenu! time, worrlmeat and labor. New features, more of them, greatly im- proved. A . handsomely printed and beautifully illustrated weekly maga- zine. 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    ; JOUBNAL. ' "'" : * "" - •"" FEBRUARY- 12, 1903. '^ " ̂ . a n d M m e s . Miller. G a t e s a n d A p -

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    raucous m e m b r a n e s only. T h e y c a n h a r d -ly be cal led a s e c r e t p a t e n t m e d i c i n e , a s they a r e composed of such va luab l e r e rn -ed ies a s Blood root , H y d r a s t i n , R e d g u m a n d s imi l a r c l e a n s i n g a n t i s e p t i c s , w h i c h c u r e b y e l i m i n a t i n g f rom t h e blood a n d m u c o u s su r f aces t h e c a t a r r h a l poison.

    S t u a r t ' s C a t a r r h T a b l e t s a r e l a rge , p l e a s a n t - t a s t i n g lozenges t a k e n i n t e r n a l -ly, a l lowing t h e m t o dissolve s lowly in t h e m o u t h ; in t h i s w a y t h e y r e a c h t h e t h r o a t , f auces a n d t h e e n t i r e a l i m e n t a r y cana l .

    If des i red , t h e y m a y a l so be dissolved in w a t e r a n d used a s a douche , in a d d i -t ion to t h e i n t e r n a l u se , b u t i t is n o t a t a l l n e c e s s a r y to u se a d o u c h e ; a few of t h e m dissolved in t h e m o u t h dai ly will be sufficient . H o w e v e r , w h e n t h e r e is m u c h s t o p p a g e of t h e nose , -a douche m a d e from t h e s e t a b l e t s will g ive i m m e -d ia t e rel ief . ' b u t t h e r e g u l a r da i ly u se in t e rna l l y of t h e s e t a b l e t s will c u r e the; whole c a t a r r h a l t roub le w i t h o u t r e s o r t -ing to t h e inconven ience of a douche .

    D r . B e m e n t s t a t e s " t h a t t h e i n t e r n a l t r e a t m e n t for c a t a r r h is r ap id ly t a k i n g t h e p lace of t h e old p lan of d o u c h i n g a n d local app l i ca t i on a n d f u r t h e r s a y s t h a t p r o b a b l y t h e b e s t a n d c e r t a i n l y t h e s a f e s t r e m e d y a t p r e s e n t on t h e m a r k e t is S t u a r t ' s C a t a r r h T a b l e t s , a s n o s e c r e t is m a d e of t h e i r compos i t ion a n d all t h e rea l ly efficient r e m e d i e s for c a t a r r h a r e c o n t a i n e d in t h i s table t ." :_] . / '

    D r u g g i s t s sell S t u a r t ' s C a t a r r h T a b l e t s a t fifty c e n t s for ful l-s ized, p a c k a g e s . A s k your d r u g g i s t a n d if h e is h o n e s t h e will tell you t h e r e is n o safer , m o r e palatable ' , m o r e efficient a n d :con„venient r e m e d y on t h e m a r k e t .

    p leby. T h e Misses E t h e l a n d M a u d e S h e p -ley se rved f rappe . T h e r e w e r e a b o u t 150 g u e s t s .

    Miss Sayde D u g a s a n d J o s e p h G a g n e w e r e m a r r i e d y e s t e r d a y m o r n i n g in t h e C h u r c h of N o t r e D a m e des L o u r d e s . F r e d P e r r y p layed t h e w e d d i n g march" a n d M i s s L a u r a L o n g t o n s a n g t h e " A v e M a r i a . " Miss E l l en J o h n s o n w a s b r i d e s m a i d a n d w o r e w h i t e J awn t r i m m e d w i t h lace a n d ca r r i ed p i n k roses . Miss D e l m a - G a g n e , t h e m a i d of honor , w a s in w h i t e e t a m i n e ove r ta f fe ta a n d h e r flowers w e r e L a F r a n c e roses . T h e b r i d e ' s g o w n w a s w h i t e t w i n e c lo th over t a f fe ta a n d t r i m r a e d . w i t h ta f fe ta folds. , S h e w o r e a veil w h i c h w a s c a u g h t w i t h a w r e a t h of s m i l a x a n d r o s e s a n d ca r r i ed b r ide roses . Rev . Gabr ie l A n -d re r e a d t h e se rv ice a n d L. B r e d e m u s w a s best man. A reception was given a t the home of the bridegroom?s parents, 1711 Second street NE. where pink carnations and ferns decked the rooms.' Mr., and Mrs. Gagne will be at home a t 908 Twentieth avenue NE after March ,1.

    The Minnesota Chapters,. Indorse Mrs. Fairbanks for President General.

    The regents and delegates of the national congress of the Daughters of the Ameri-can Revolution were entertained yesterday afternoon by the state vibe regent, Mrs. W. M. Liggett, a t her hefrne in St. An-thony Park". Questions Which will come before the national;'"foody"Were discussed a n d i t w a s u n a n i m o u s l y vo ted to indorse Mrs . F a i r b a n k s for p r e s i d e n t g e n e r a l of t h e soc ie ty a n d Mrs . W . P . J e w e t t of St . P a u l for one vice p r e s i d e n t gene ra l . Mrs . F r a n k l i n A. R i s i n g of W i n o n a a n d Mrs . L i g g e t t w e r e u n a n i m o u s l y "chosen to a c t a s s t a t e r e g e n t a n d vice r e g e n t fo r a second t e r m . . Mrs . B r o w n of F e r g u s Fa l l s w a s e lec ted s t a t e t r e a s u r e r , a n d t h e fol-lowing officers w e r e a p p o i n t e d by t h e r e -g e n t : S t a t e s e c r e t a r y . Miss . M a r y S u e W i l -lis of Distaff c h a p t e r . ,St. P a u l ; s t a t e r e g i s t r a r , M r s . R. F . Goodwin of M i n n e -apol i s c h a p t e r . Minneapol i s . Mis s K a t h -e r i n e B . R i s i n g of W i n o n a h a s b e e n a p -p o i n t e d a p a g e for t h e na t i ona l congress .

    I t w a s t h e l a r g e s t a n d m o s t - e n t h u s i a s t i c m e e t i n g w h i c h t h e o rgan i za t i on h a s held a n d e v e r y c h a p t e r w a s r e p r e s e n t e d w i t h t h e excep t ion of t h e M a n k a t o c h a p t e r . Mrs . R i s i n g p res ided . *

    A p lan dec ided on a t . t h e l a s t s t a t e con-fe rence w a s formal ly ca r r i ed o u t y e s t e r -d a y a n d a s t a t e counci l will b e formed of "the r e g e n t s , t h e s t a t e officers a n d de le -g a t e s f rom t h e c h a p t e r s for t h e p u r p o s e of a d v a n c i n g t h e I n t e r e s t s of t h e o r g a n i z a -t ion . T h r e e m e e t i n g s a y e a r will be held, and- t h e d u t i e s of t h e counci l will be chifiy adv i so ry . I t w a s a l so decided y e s t e r d a y t h a t a g e n e r a l u t i l i t y fund should be fur -n i s h e d b v a s s e s s m e n t s from t h e differeni c h a p t e r t o def ray t h e n e c e s s a r y expense s .

    T h e t r a n s a c t i o n of b u s i n e s s -was i n t e r -r u p t e d a t noon b y luncheon , w h i c h w a s s e r v e d from p r e t t i l y decked t ab les . A m o n g t h e c h a p t e r r e p r e s e n t e d w e r e : C h a r t e r O a k c h a p t e r , F a r i b a u l t , Mrs . L o y h e d ; Colonial c h a p t e r , Minneapol i s , M r s . C h a r -les T. T h o m p s o n , Mrs . R e g a n ; D a u g h t e r s of L i b e r t y c h a p t e r . D u l u t h , Mrs . J . T. W a s h b u r n ; Distaff c h a p t e r , S t . P a u l . Miss B e a u m o n t ; F e r g u s F a l l s c h a p t e r . F e r g u s Fa l l s , Mrs . H . O. H i x o n , M r s . B a r r o w s ; E l i z a b e t h D y e r c h a p t e r , W i n o n a , Mrs . F W L i t t l e ; Greysolon D u L u t h c h a p t e r , D u l u t h . M r s . N . F . H u g o ; Minneapo l i s c h a p t e r , Minneapol i s , Mrs . F . C. B a r r o w s . M r s . H . A. N o r t o n , Mrs . O. C. Shep ley ; N a t h a n H a l e c h a p t e r , S t . P a u l , Mrs . D. S B . J o h n s o n , Mrs . l i a sca l Br i l l ; S t . P a u l c h a p t e r , St . P a u l . Mrs . H . K. Von W e d e l s t a e d t , Mi-s. D e m i n g . Mrs . Bea ls . M r s S. P . Crosby ; W e n o n a h c h a p t e r . W i -n o n a . M r s . S. R. V a n San t , Mrs . Wi l l i ams .

    NOVELTIES IN ' .» .

    Burnt Wood VALENTINES A large assortment of choice pieces in a variety of beautiful colors. These pieces are the work ^ | (\(\ Atwun in ifif* of experts in this art. Pr ices . . . • ? • • • " " i " - V

    (In Basement-) • .

    FREE SKIRT SUPPORTERS. We are giving one to every woman who buys a waist. Ad-justed while you wait. .An article every woman should have.

    CSecond Floor. J

    Sanitary MEAT DEPT. Under Management of

    Witt Broft -Niqpilet Arcade and

    " Finn Street Entrances.

    Accommodation Accounts Opened.

    Special for Friday Only: With all cash purchases and all C. O. D. orders

    received by 'phone, we will give

    Double Amount S. & H, Green Trading Stamps.

    T E L E P H O N E S Deliveries to all parts of the city.

    N . W . M a i n 1237-1275-1491. X. C. S6-116-494.

    OPPOSED TO CANTEEN Miss A n n a Robbins , a Nur se F rom t h e

    Phi l ipp ines , S p e a k s pf t h e C a n - ' , t e e n ' s T e m p t a t i o n s . .

    "Miss A n n a Robb ins , a n u r s e from M a -nila, spoke a g a i n s t t h e c a n t e e n in t h e F i r s t P r e s b y t e r i a n c h u r c h l a s t even ing .

    T h e n a t i v e sa loons in Mani la h a v e been, closed bu t w h i s k y is sold a t b a r s d e c k e d w i t h t he A m e r i c a n flag", p i c t u r e s of t h e eagle o r of Unc le S a m . Miss Robb ins s a i d

    y o u n g m e n a n d t h e g o v e r n m e n t should

    w h e r e l iquor m a y be o b t a i n e d by t h e m e n if t h e y w a n t it, b u t a c c o r d i n g to Miss Robb ins t h e sa loons should no t be u n d e r t h e A m e r i c a n flag. D r u n k e n n e s s a m o n g t h e n a t i v e s is e x t r e m e l y r a r e . Miss R o b -

    t h a t t h e m a j o r i t y of t h e soldiers w e r e 1 b i n g to ld m a n y i n t e r e s t i n g t h i n g s of life in Mani la , of t h e n a t i v e s a n d the i r c u s -

    not p lace t e m p t a t i o n in t h e i r w a y t h r o u g h toros a n d showed m a n y cur ios wh ich she t h e c a n t e e n . T h e r e a r e p l en ty of p laces h a d b r o u g h t home .

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    of To-Day and To-Morrow

    By Senator Albert J. Beveridg'e

    $1.00 qua Ity. special, T f | A

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    Blackberry Brandy - p e r gallon.. .". . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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    75c rye, full qts.

    5 years old California, full quarts

    Grape Juice* quart .bottles, . . , . White Fish, per lb . . . . . . . ffVont. per lb- .'.' Srirt^lts. per Jb , . . V . . . . . . . Pike, 'per lb . . . ' . ' Pickerel, per lb . . . ' . ; . Fmhan Haddock, per lb . . . . . . Holland Herring, per keg . . ." .

    f i d d l e s ' Codfish, per lb ESianclafd Oysters, per qt . . . . . . .

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    Table Decorations Candy Hearts %$£ -•i. Valentine Boxes ?

    To suit the taste. 36 South Fifth Street.

    PEBSONAL A N D SOCIAL. -. Mrs . A. Campbel l and d a u g h t e r a r e speed ing

    a week in Chicago. ; Mr. and Mra. P . F . Morgan l e f t l a s t even ing

    for W a s h i n g t o n . D . . C . _ .;• , , . •;•'y:-•••'• Mrs . L. K. .Tennison.hns been ca l led to JSansns

    b j » t h e i l lness of h e r a u n t . t u v ^ Mr. F i n c h w i l l h a v e h i s r e g u l a r da i ie ing p a r t y

    t h i s evening in K i m b a l l nul l . "~ ^ Mr. a n d Mrs . Wi l l i s W a l k e r h a v e gone to Now

    York t o spond seve ra l w e e k s . Mr. a r i d . M r s . P a u l Piorc'p r e t u r n e d to ' t he i r

    home in Chicago l a s t e v e n i n g . Mr. a n d Mrs . S. I t . Slkes h a v e gone to Cali-

    fornia for t h e t e a r of t h e w i n t e r . Mr. and Mrs . J a m e s F . Bel l , nee Heffelfinger,

    w i l l r e t u r n from Europe ea r ly In March . T h e I d e a l E u c h r e c lub wi l l m e e t to-morrow

    af te rnoon w i t h Mrs . Nelson, 3027 Chicago ave-" n u e . ; ' '

    Alex F r i e d m a n , of Mendon . .Mich , , i s t h e g u e s t of Mr . and Mrs . D. F r i e d m a n , of 734 13 S ix t een th s t r e e t . •

    Mrs . Xi." Sewell , of N e w York , h a s been v is i t -ing Minneapol i s f r iends- on h e r w a y t o o N r t h D a k o t a . . " ' " ' '

    Miss Ca the r ine B a k e r , of Decorah , • Iowa , i s t h e g u e s t of Mrs . W . L. Downing , 115 Oak Grove s t r e e t .

    Mrs . Sa rah F a r r , w h o d is loca ted he r elbow by fa l l ing on t h e ice t h r e e w e e k s ago, i s rap id ly recover ing .

    T h e Buen T lempo Club w i l l m e e t w i t h Mrs . Frank- Aus t in , 1409 W Tnir ty- f l re t s t r e e t , to -mor row evening-

    P l v m o u t h c h a p t e r , O. E . S.. wi l l g ive a cinch p a r t y to-morrow even ing in Masonic ha l l , 304 T w e n t i e t h a v e n u e N .

    Lea l lodge . No. 72. D. of H . , wi l l g ive a b a n l -t i m e s p a r t y S a t u r d a y even ing i u l . ' O . O. F . ha l l , 2302 K. L a k e s t r e e t .

    Miss Te resa Bel l , of F o u r t e e n t h avenoe S. e n t e r t a i n e d t h i r t y g u e s t s a t a s le igh ing p a r t y

    I T n e f d a y even ing . Af t e r a r ide of t w o hours , eople r e t u r n e d to t h e Bel l res idence .

    Will Send a Miss ionary . Mr . a n d Mrs . Cha r l e s tt. Oliver of 1831

    P a r k a v e n u e , e n t e r t a i n e d t h e i 'oung M e n ' s c lub of t h e P o r t l a n d A v e n u e C h u r c h o>. Chr i s t T u e s d a y even ing . T w o n e w m e m -b e r s w e r e a d m i t t e d . T h e r e p o r t of t h e t r e a s u r e r s h o w e d a good financial cond i -t ion . Ac t ive s t e p s w e r e t a k e n by t h e club to s e n d one of i t s m e m b e r s a s a m i s -s iona ry to t h e fore ign field. Af te r t h e p r o g r a m r e f r e s h m e n t s w e r e se rved . Mrs . A T B e e b e a n d Miss P e a r l Oliver a s -s i s t ed t h e hos t e s s . Miss A n t h o n y g a v e severa l p i ano n u m b e r s . '

    Meet ing of W . C. A . T h e W o m a n ' s Ch r i s t i an a s soc i a t i on will

    hold a n i m p o r t a n t m e e t i n g t o - m o r r o w m o r n i n g a t t h e W o m a n ' s b o a r d i n g h o m e , 400 S i x t h s t r e e t S. T h e execu t ive b o a r d will m e e t a t 9:30 o'clock a n d t h e a s s o c i a -t ion a t 10 o'clock. T h e a n n u a l m e e t i n g of t h e a s s o c i a t i o n Will be held t h e las t F r i d a y in F e b r u a r y , w h e n t h e w o r k of t h e y e a r will b e rev iewed .

    „ V ; . ' CLUB NOTES. The Mnemosyne Club'will have a luncheon to-

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