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EVERYTHING TO EAT.
If not convenient to visit
our stores and markets, try
an order by telephone goods
Dry Roasted Coffee.
Perfect Coffee, fresh roasted,
ground or pulverized to order. Price
begins at 10c per lb.
The Celebrated Hoffman House, lb.30c
Mlnard Tea, lb 60c
This Tea belongs to the dollar
class. We have one hundred kinds of
tea to select from. Price begins at 20c
lb. Good Cooking Apples, peck 25c
Fancy Apples, bushel $1.00
Micliigan Apples, ban-el $3.00
IJKST NEW YORK CONCORD
GRAPES, basket 25c
Preserving Pears, peck 40c
Cape Cod Cranberries, quart 8c
Spinach, peck 10c
Green Tomatoes, peck 10c
Hot House Lettuce, 3 for 5c
10 lbs. Jersey Sweet Potatoes for. .25c
Pure Lard, pound 8k
Mason Jars, pints, dozen 38c
Mason Jars, quarts, dozen 42c
Mason Jars, half gallons 60c
Yerxa's Extra Flour, $2.35
No Better Flour to Be Had.
THE BEST HAVANA CIGARS.
We are agents for Park & Tilford's
We will offer special bargains
Good Separator, lb 20c
Choice Creamery, lb 22c
Very Fancy, lb 24c and 25c
Full Cream Cheese, lb 13c
New California Prunes, lb 3c
Quart Bottle Tomato Catsup... ,12'/2C
Clover Honey, comb 15c
Iiazenby's English Pickles, 25c
Lazenby's English Pickles, 40c
Stuffe Olives, bottle 10c
'ueen Olives, large bottle 25c
g out lot Batavia Preserves,
regular 40c size for 25c
Good Soda Crackers, lb 5c
Good Ginger Snaps, lb 5c
Parlor Matches, dozen 9c
6-lb Sack Table Salt, each 3c
BEPOKT of the condition of THE MINNESOTA
LOAN AND TKUST COMPANY of Minneapolis
Minnesota, at the clcse of business September
Mortgages on real estate $567,525.08
Mortgages on real estate, guaranty
fund 103 700 00
Loans secured by collateral 302,956 75
Municipal and other bonds and
stocks 360,579 29
Accounts receivable- 17,596 31
Real eatnte (office building, site and
safe deposit vaults) 200,000 00
Real estate (miscellaneous) 10,549 It
Cosh and due from banks 851,286.32
Total .._. $1,923,192.81
Capital stock $500,000.00
Surplus Undivided profits 35,741.70
Total $1,923,192 86
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
County of Hennepinss
I, William A Durst, secretary of the above
named companv,* do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my knowl
edge and belief
WILLI \AI A. DURST. Secretary
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th
flay of October, 1003
IVOR W. CHAMBERS,
Notary Public, Hennepin County, State of Min
IVES' ICE CREAM
Fresh Taffy, assorted flavors, lb.*10c
Peanut Taffy, lb ,10c
Marshmallow s, lb 15c
Salted Peanuts, lb 12c
Peanut Chocolate Clusters and
Tlng-a-ling, lb 25c
ffome-Had Bread, baf.Sc
3-lb Loaves Milwaukee Rye Bread
Green Apple Pie, each 10c
Whipped Cream Puffs, dozen 25c
Strawberry Turnovers, dozen .... 25c
Walnut and Pound cake, each. . . .20c
Fig Layer Cake, each . . . .20c and 30c
Maple Layer Cake, each ......... 20c
Adam Hannah, Treasurer
Cor. 2d Av S & 4th St.
CIT Y NEWS,
Silk sale at Dayton's, Monday.
Silk sale at Dayton's, Monday.
Orchestral concert at Dayton's, Satur
day evening, 7 to 9.30.
Have you seen Dayton's second floor,
215 feet xongthe longest room fronting
on Nicollet av?
The Minnesota Title Insurance & Trust
company was named as executor in the
will of the late Nettle R. Owons, de
Subscribe for all magazines, papers,
etc., and get your binding done at Cen
tury News Stand, 6 Third street, near
The finest of sword ferns from 25 cents
up to $10 for sale cheap at Mendenhall's,
37 Sixth street S, Saturday only. Be on
hand early. Don't get left.
Mendenhall, the Florist, 37 Sixth street
S, Minneapolis, continues to get up the
finest funeral flowers. Also ships them
to any part of the northwest.
Saturday evening at 7:30 there will be
an important business meeting of the
Gideons at the St. James hotel. All Gid
eons are requested to be present.
Minneapolis Council No. 199, Yeomen of
America, will meet at 8 o'clock Wednes
day evening. Business of importance is
to be brought before the meeting.
Minneapolis Lodge No. i, Knights of
Pythias, will confer the first rank upon a
class this evening in their castle hall,
second floor Masonic Temple. All visit
ing knights are invited.
Arne O. Field, who is to take charge
of the work of the Modern Samaritans in
Wisconsin, was given a banquet last
night in the lodge rooms of Hiawatha
council of the order, Two-and-one-half
street and Cedar avenue. Covers weie
laid for 350. The council gave Mr. Field
a beautiful ring as a token of its ap
preciation. Toasts were responded to by
Miss Yerda Magnusen, Alderman Nels
Nelson, S. P. Eggan and R. C. Barton.
Cataract Council No. 669, Royal Arca
num, entertained in honor of Minnehaha
council last night. About 300 guests were
present, including Grand Regent Craig and
Vice Grand Regent Palmer. After \he
usual speech-making, an entertainment
was furnished by W. P. Hill, including
songs illustrated with moving pictures.
Mr. Ellis, the whistler the Estenson sis
ters, dancers Master Herbert Whitmore,
step dancer Mr. Sanford, comedian, and
moving pictures by Mr. Anderson, fol
lowed, and refreshments and cigars were
- Bakery Specials "L
Fresh Dressed Spring Chicks.... 13c
Fresh Dressed Hens lie
Fresh Dressed Ducks 15c
Choice Porterhouse Steak 15c
Choice Sirloin Steak lie
Choice Round Steak 10c
Choice Shoulder Steak 9c
Choice Hamburger 8c
Choice Standing Rib Roast . *. . 10c
Choice Rib Roast, rolled 10c
Choice Pot Roast 6, 7, 8c
Choice Rib Boiling Beef 4c
Choice Leg of Lamb 12%c
Choice Leg of Mutton 9c
Choice Shoulder of Lamb 10c
Choice Shoulder of Mutton . ..., 8c
Choice Lamb Stew 5c
Choice Lamb Chops 10c
Choice Pork Sausage 10c
Choice Spare Ribs 9c
Choice Pork Chops 14c
Choice Pork Loin Roast 14c
Swift-Winchester Bacon 16c
Swift-Winchester Picnic Ham . . 8o
THE WEATHER PREDICTIONS
MinnesotaFair to night and Satur
day, slightly warmer to-night and in
south portion Saturday variable winds.
WisconsinFair to-night and Satuflfay
slightly warmer in west portion Saturday
variable winds. IowaFair to-night and
Saturday warmer Saturday and in west
portion to-night southeast winds. North
and South DakotaFair to-night and
probably Saturday rising temperature
southerly winds. MontanaRain to-night
and Saturday, warmer In east and south
portions to-night variable winds. Up
per MichiganFair to-night and Satur
day^ variable winds.
SPECIAL BRICK FOR SUNDAY DESSERT.
Caramel, ( One 94?f Two
Raspberry and Vanilla ( quart ^ ***rquarts
OMy and Country Or dorm Promptly FIliad. Or dorm Dollworod Mmdmy,
IVES ICE CREAM CO,
GOOD TEETH BEAUTIFY, BAD TEETH DISFIGURE.
Meat Department at Ginter's.
A new meat department is the latest
venture of M. J. Ginter at his big gro
cery store on Sixth street. The de
partment is in charge of Mr. Fried
heim, well known to the meat trade
in Minneapolis. The prices are as
correspondingly low as the groceries
sold by this company and the plan of
wholesale prices to consumers is ap
parently as popular in meats as it is
The Art of Being Agreeable.
It means the difference between
success and failure. The way is
pointed out in the Adelaide Gordon
letters in the Saturday Journal.
"WON'T TALK ABOUody T CRANKS.d
Washington. Oct 9Secretary Loeb has
adopted the rule thay t no information hereafter
^&gg*$$S THE MIHNEAPOLIS^rOTOQf Atf1
DAMAGE, AT LAKE
High Water, Is Causing Havoc to
Cottagers' Ground* an
H. K. Carpenter Heads a Movement
to Secure Belief Thru the
Courts. " , '
THE $ - i
Mlnnetonka residents are again in
trouble over the Bray's bay dam and
the trouble is of such a serious nature
that the courts will again be asked to
give relief. It is high water that is
now doing the damage and it is al
leged that the failure of the county
commissioners to provide the dam
with flood gates is responsible-for the
present conditions. This is the theory
on which the appeal to the court is
based. The appeal takes the form of
a petition for the appointment of ap
praisers to determine the damages
sustained by the petitioners and to
award compensation in the manner
provided by law. ,
The petitioners are H. M. Carpen
ter, Henry Rodner, Prank Heywood,
Joseph Prior and William Bushnell,
but Mr. Carpenter, who is taking the
initiative in the proceedings hopes to
have all the largest taxpayers on the
lake join in the petition before it is
Damage Already Done
The water in the lake is unusually
high, and It has already done incalcul
able damage to docks, sea walls, rip
rapping and other provisions for pro
tecting the banks and shores from
damage by water and ice. The level
of the lake is now a foot over the
bench mark established by the court
in accordance with chapter 88, laws of
1897, providing for the establishment
of a uniform height of water intake
The damage to some of the more ex
tensive lake estates has already
amounted to hundreds of dollars and
if the present conditions are allowed
to continue the damage will be greatly
increased, particularly when the i?
begins its deadly -work on the shore
protection, docks, boat houses and
It is alleged that an almost fatal
mistake was made when the dam at
the foot of Gray's lake was constructed
without providing gates for carrying
off the surplus water when a flood was
threatened. By reason of this failure
to provide an outlet for the excess
water, it is further alleged that the
waters of the lake were retained and
raised, not only above the bench mark,
but above ordinary high water and
have overflowed valuable lands, not
only the property of the cottagers, but
the lands used for farming and espe
cially hay meadows.
Mr. Carpenter, who has been a
persistent opponent of the dam ever
since the subject was first broached,
declares that a meadow from which
he formerly was able to cut seventy
five tons of hay is how so wet it will
now yield him nothing, and there is
danger that the meadow will be
Creek Needs Dredging.
County Surveyor G. W. Cooley rec
ognizes that the water is Unusually
high and realizes that great damage
is being done to lake property, but
cannot suggest any mode of relief.
The dam at present is completely sub
merged and one could row over it
without being aware of its presence.
Even if there were gates in the dam,
he says, they would bTrtttgr no -relief
and }ie Jasists^haJ i^ie? Grays Jake
dam is in no wise responsible for the
present conditions. He states that the
water in the Jake was as high in 18 92
and *94 as it is now and that in 1882,
'83, '88 and '93 it was from one to two
feet higher and all these floods were
before the construction of the present
dam, altho there was one at Mlnne
tonka Mills. ' *
Mr. Carpenter and those associated
with him insist that if Minnehaha
creek was dredged out from Gray's
lake to a point below the Burwell
dam at Mlnnetonka Mills it would be
effective in reducing the level of the
lake or controlling it at any stage de
sired. Mr. Cooley admits that this
may be tr-ue, but fears that such work
would flood the lands further down
Authorities Feel Helpless.
Mr. Cooley and the county commis
sioners insist that under the present
conditions they are- practically help
less in providing any measures for
running any more water out of Lake
Mlnnetonka. All over the county the
creeks and water courses are running
over their banks, the lakes are un
precedentedly high, the ground is
soaked in water and as yet there has
appeared no place to put It.
Mr. Carpenter, however, insists
that* the county is responsible for
the damage caused to lake property
and has not only taken steps to re -
cover damages, but has appealed to
Governor Van Sant to intervene on
behalf of the state. The governor has
referred the matter to the attorney
"Silkorteed" Underwear. $2"Hoff."
Some $1. Hoffman's Toggery Shop.
RETAILERS ARE HEARD
They Suggest Features In the Pending
Protests are made by the Minneapolis
Retail Dealers' association and the trade
unions to a long-time franchise for the
Minneapolis General Electric Company. At
the meeting yesterday of the special coun
oil committee of the council, which has
charge of the franchise question, W. L.
Harris, president of the retailers's asso
ciation urged that before any franchise
was, granted provision should be made for
periodical arbitration on rates, as is done
with the gas company. There should also
be an official meter inspector, so that the
patrons of the electric company should
have the same protection as the consum
ers of gas.
Phil Carting headed a delegation from
the Trades and Labor council and the
Building Trades council, which have de
clared themselves against long-time con
tracts with public service companies and
insist that they should be required to re
new their contracts or franchises every
year. The aldermen were not ready to
act and an adjournment was taken for
two weeks. ,
The underground wire committee, which
is considering an ordinance reducing'-the
conduit district, took an adjournment for
the White House concerning the doinn of
cranks or dangerous persons who visit the r
ecutive mansion with malicious intent toward
the president The order is undoubtedly uS&
at the request of President Roosevelt. """"*"
The Art of Being Agreeable.
It brings you friends, business
happiness. Acquire it by reading the
Adelaide Gordon letters in the Satur
NOW $5. Eyes examined
iree. Rimless lensesyou
can hardly break our latest
any lens duplicated.
829 Nicollet Ave., upstair*!.
Kogular Price, 40 Pmr Qumrt. v "%,, "* V ,
Teeth filled, crowned, capped and extracted, positively
rainless. Low charges, but all work guaranteed.
Full Set Teeth $ B up to $20.00
Gold and Platina Fillings $1.00
fly Guarantees Good. Established 1880.
Telephone 2721 L-l Main. " ****
329 Icollet Ave., Corner 4th St..-Minneapolis.
-Dayton's Monday Silk Sale.
Thousands of yards of new arrivals,
bought especially for Monday's sale,
will be sold at one-half to one-third
of actual worth. '
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AGAIH5 T m SQUpiaS
f* i" " f -
HIGH PRESSURE COURT
Case Tried and Verdict Returned In
Sixty Minutes, y " k ^
A new trial record has been made in
the Hennepin county district court.
In the apace of sixty minutes a jury
was empaneled, evidence was taken,
speeches were made,.
LA M0TTE CHILDREN DIE
They Were Burned In Gasolene Explosion
Mother's Condition Is
The two children of Philip La Jrfotte, 1X0
Douglas street, St. Paul, who were burned
in a gasolene explosion Wednesday morn
ing, died at the city hospital yesterday.
Lawrence, aged 16 months .died at 3:20
p. m. and Alma, aged 5 years, died at
10:30 p. m. Mrs. La Motte is in a critical
condition and it is thought that she will
LOCKED IK A STORE
TWo Woman and Two Children Have to
Phona to Police to Get
Out. , .
Two women were looked in the ranch
store on Washington avenue S for three
hours last night and were released only
after the police had
The Art of Being Agreeable.
It brings yott friends, business,
happiness. Acquire It by reading the
Adelaide Gordon letters in the Satur
Hyomel the Latest Scientific Discovery
- for the Core of Catarrh. .
The discovery of Hyomel has
wrought a wonderful change in the
treatment of catarrh*
Prior to three years ago the medi
cines ordinarily employed in the cure
of this disease were nauseating drugs
and worthless tonics. In some In
Stances they benefited, hut the 1m
provement was not lasting.
With Hyomel you take into the air
passages of the throat and head a bal
samic air that goes to the minutest
cells, effectually killing all germs and
microbes of catarrh. It enters the
blood, with the oxygfctt, killing the'
germs in th* blow}, *nd restores
health to the whole system. Many,
astonishing testimonials have been re
ceived from those who hays been
cured by Hyomel.
A complete outfit cost* but $1.0$,
and includes an inhaler, dropper and
sufficient Hyomel for several weeks'
They Will Be Held in the International
T AuditoriumFirst Concert
' ^ of Orchestra.
The International auditorium has been
selected by the Phflharmonio club for its
concerts and for the concerts of the Min
neapolis Symphony orchestra, which is an
allied organization under the auspices of
the club. The first concert by the or
chestra will be given Nov. 8, and the
soloist will be Anton Van ftooy,~ the great
Dutch barytone. The first club concert
will be about the middle of November.
Contracts have been made by the com
mittee on artists with twenty-one sold
ists, these including a number of the most
celebrated musicians in America this sea
Mr*. yrn It Free.
Judge Harrison yesterday granted a div
orce to Mary 2. Byrne from Patrick J.
Byrne. The plaintiff alleged desertion,
cruelty and a Jew other offenses, and the
defendant attempted, to show equally as
many failings on his wife's part. The
trial of the case dragged out for two days
and yesterday afternoon the court told
the attorneys very plainly that too much
time was being wasted and brought the
action to a speedy termination.
Plumbers' I4cense Law.
The supreme court will consider the
constitutionality of the plumbers' li
cense law Oct. 22, an order being filed
to-day for a hearing in the Paul Cha
pel habeas corpus case.
- SUITABLE CAPITOL GROUNDS
8t. Paul Starts Movement to Enlarge
Another movement toward providing a
suitable front yard for the state capitol
was started in St- Paul yesterday. Joseph
A. Wfceelock and Cass Gilbert were ap
pointed a' eommittee-to aot with a land
scape architect to prepare a plan for suit
able approaches to-' tl& capitol, w|th the
probable coat. The "Idea is to ultimately
secure the land between Wabasha and
Cedar 'streets down as far as Summit
or College avenues. "
The expenses of the Work will be paid
from thelfund for,k m&tfpipai exhibi at
St. Louis, and the auditing1
Four NorthWMterneri Are Given Official
Places In Natjonal broanl- ...
The northwest wasnwell represented in
the division of honors at national con
Saturday's Special Bargains
Supreme Courtj Decides Ten Cases
Involving Validity of* Ireland
The supreme co\irt filed its decision
to-day in ten ot the cases involving
the validity of the Ireland land grant
The law in the case was settled ift
the case of O'Connor against Gjert
gens, two years ago, and the cases
decided to-day,follow that precedent,
holding that title to the-land in con
troversy rests wUh those who bought
from Archbishop Ireland rather than
with the squatters. _ ,
,' ' Department Housefurnishing Sundries, 5th St, 6th St and 1st Ave. So.
*fj ^WELSBACH" GAS DEPT. '
Y MANTELS OUR. SPECIALTY. * - ^
On Saturday we of- if
fer over 5,000
*'New Englan d ' .
Loop Mantles at j
each ..... 5 centsr
Not over one doz-* *
en to a customer. /
kU the court's
charge was given, the case considered
and a verdictt of notoguilty returned
and recorded.. It , was in the case
against Fred Batmen, charged with
selling mortgaged property without
the consent of the mortgagee* Raimen
has been in jail three months and
altho the county attorney thought he
had a strong case against him the ac
quittal was well received.
John H. Johnson, indicted for grand
larceny in the second degree yester
day withdrew his plea of not guilty
and pleaded guilty. He was sentenced
to thirty day* in the Workhouse.
Judge Simpson yesterday afternoon
sentenced Daniel Evans, the ex-soldier
convicted of grand larceny in the sec
ond degree, to ninety days in the
workhouse. The court informed the
prisoner that he gave him a light sen
tence on account of his previous good
record, but that if he were convicted
of another crime it would go hard with
mend The "North Star" Mantle
as being Strictly Dependable and
the Best Mantle offered on the
Use By-passes and reduce your
mantle breakage ... .25 cents
GAS LIGHTERS WITH KEY.
1,000 Hardwood-Handled Gas
Lighters, Saturday.. 15 cents
Perhaps the strongest evidence that
can be given to doubters, is the fact
that Voegeli Bros, have so much
faith in Hyomel that they sell every
package under a positive guarantee
.to refund the monSW-J-Mt.**06*
Now is the time to begin the use of
OCTOBER* 9, 1903.
Your Credit It Good at the New England.
Two styles of Large Cylinder'
Chimneys, "Macbeth" Glass,'
Frosted Base, Saturday 10c,
1,000 Special Cap - .
Mantles at 10 cts.
1,000 "Wizard" Cap
Mantles at 15 cts .
1,000 "Carlton" Cap
Mantles at 20 cts.
1,000 "Gasco," guar
anteed for ninety
days, Cap Man
tles 35 cents
6,000 "North Star"
Cap Mantles ..25a
"We can recom-,
B Y PASSES.
Aluminum Canopies, Perforated
Sides and Mica' Tops, Satur
" Welsbach "
ney and Shade
Saturday . 95c
combina t i o n
as the above
be attached to
either of the above outfits.
i WAX TAPERS.
'600 Packages, 30 in a package,
| Saturday, per package 5c
"MACBETH" GAS CHIMNEYS.
The 8-inch size, with Frosted
Base, Saturday 10c
committet e in
charge of this^exhjbit is^acting With the
civic committee ofrihe Commercial club
and the Woman's Cmo league, 4
Samuel G. Smith of St. Paul and Lieu
tenant Colonel A. G. Irvine of Manitoba
were elected vice presidents of the Na
tional Prison Congress in session at Louis
ville. Ky. Frank L. Bandall of St, Cloud
was elected to the vice presidency of the
Prison Wardens' association in session at
the same place, and Thomas Voegeli, the
well-known druggist, became chairman of
the executive committee of the Retail
Druggists' association in convention at
Washington, D. C.
Journal, Oct. 9. ,
WOULD YOU LIKE A COPY OF
"HOME NEW*," . -
An illustrated Magazine of Fash
ions in Furniture and kindred
"subjects., issued monthly, mailed
you free for a year? If so, cut
out this coupon and mail it to us
with your address.
NEW ENGLAND FURNITURE
& CARPET COMPANY. STORESJ
400 FIRST AVE.
413 NICOLLET AVE
Amber NecklacesThe genuine imported from Austria.
Prices from $1.00 to $4.00 each.
Great Saturday Iron Bed Sale
ijM^rf The chance you have long been waiting for.
'1 WTfl ^ Exceptional opportunity to get an Iron Bed
for about one-half value.
To close out a number of Iron and Brass
Beds we offer the following rare chances for
4been called. The
women were Miss Weroen, an employs of
the store? Mrs. S. Scott, her sister, and
Mrs. Scott's two little children. The
women were on the third floor when the
store was closed at 6,o'clock and when
they went to leave they found the. doors
locked. They could not reach the man
who had the keys by telephone and called
Upon the police to release them.
Bed 8018, full sine, white, brass knobs, regu
lar price $7.00, this * E O R
Bed 5639. full size, red, brass rods and knobs,
regular price $16.60, this Sflfi 2 5 Bed 5628, full sise, white, brass rods and
knobs, regular price $15.00. this mQ C C
Bed 7117, full site, red, brass rods and knobs.
regular price $17.60, this
week Bed E6$0, full size, dark reen, bi
knobs, regular price $12.00. this
week. Bed 6690, full size,light green, brass rods and
knobs, regular price $1&00. this # 0 5 5
Bed 7188-2. full size, yellow, brass knobs
regnlar price $18.00, thii ~
- "E l Caso"
Full Size, Club Bouse Shape.
7 c each or 4 for 25c 93.10 for box of 50.
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
"LA PERLOSA"A splendid nickel cigar. Equal to
Eight for 25o. $1.50 for box of 50 cigars.
WE TRUST YOU. '
F. H. PETERSON & CO.,
73-75 South Sixth Street.
Bed 7115, full size, yellow, very A A O R
heavy, reg. price*$14.50, this week ^wiOv
Bed 6704, 3%-foot wide, green, brass knobs,
regular price $6.50, 0 M A r
this week V*rilw
Bed 7118, ^%-foot wide, blue, extra hea^
regular price $18, this *"^heavy, "~
week Bed 7196, 8%-foot wide, white, .brass knobs
regular price $4.50, this A A J C
Bed 6711, tftirtoot wide, white, brass knobs,
regular price $6.60, this A J Q f
Bed X14,3M-foo A M A t'
knobs, reg. price $6.00, this week.. V*f - ft Q
Bed 16, full size brass bed, a beauty, value
$86.00, this 0 4 C I E
is s rods and
For tomorrow only all carpets at $1.00 or over made, laid and lined free.
All carpets at 50c and over made and laid free. Wilton, Axminster, Mo-
quette, Ingrain, Tapestry Brussels, etc. , -*})ff~
-Special for Saturday35c Brusselette Ingrain^ - -
'' "-T only * -.... .'-#,
'-'i.V ANYMJUtE, STYLE. PRICE "f^ .
$30.00 to $40.00
^f / New and Second-hand call and examine #&f#
# our stock. A small payment will buy you ^fpSff
l a stove. All kinds of stove repairs always ZV$2*
?i on hand. N . d^m
Great Western Stove and Repair Qoiv
Both Phones 181. 312 Hennepin Ave.
AnnualArtExhibit MO W OPEN daily 10:00 a. m, to 10:00 p. m.
and Sunday afternoon at !*J$M
PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING.
Last DaysSaturday, all day. and Sunday
200 Paintings by leading American Artists \
Admlmmlon 2Bo, Children 10o. i
Minheapolis Society of Fine Arts'
l^WWWWV^ DEWEY J Matinee Dally.
THEATRE. ( To-night a t 8.15
Opal Glass Smoke Shades, 6-in.,
(Ladies' Matinee Every Friday.)
Next Weeek.. "Watson's Americans."
Our assortment of
Gas Di'op Lights is
superb. See oi
Special Gas Lamp
All Complete with
Or $1.98 with Green Shade.
D6N'T OVER SLEEP.
Special Sale Saturday Reliable4
Regular $1 Steel
Cut Pinion, one
fornliore & carpet Co.
The One Price Complete Housefurnishers,
Fifth St , Sixth S t and First Av. S.
Costs more to make than any other
butter sold in Minneapolis. From the
imlkmg of the cow to the delivery of
the finished product at your home it
is under our supervisoin. It can't help
but be the bestit's made right.
one - year war
Clocks, with ex
tra long alarm,
HAVE YOU SEEN THAT
WONDERFUL STOVE, THE
B u r n a b I e,
with heat re-
nal. If* you
your fuel bill
in two this
winter, buy a
Blast," on sale
Saturday a t
$10, $13, $15
and $19, ac-
cording t o
Cash, or $ 3
down and $1
It Makes Friends
618-620 Hennepin Avenue
BOTH PHONES 610.
Pure Spring Water, put up In nice clean
bottles, only 5 cents per gallon, for either
TSatural" or "'Distilled" or with Pure Ice.
and the use of a good clean-water coolertwo
gallons daily$1.75 per month. This is the
cheapest and best "Health Insurance" to get.
Porter House Steak
Shoulder Steak . . * 7 and
Boiling Beef 3 to
Bologna Swedish Sausage
We also carry a full
and salt pork and smoked
week ^........ W ft Ui 1 3
Bed 61, full sizebrassbed, extra $ 4 Q R fl
nice, value $40. this week VbOivU
Carpets Mad*, Laid and Lined Fret.
prices t*he lowest.
inglewood Co. Both phones 222.
Country orders solicited. Write for Prices.
2 REAL ESTATE
First: Price $12,000. Terms, half
cash, balance on long time at 5%
per cent. Pays 25 per cent on the
amount required to handle.
Second: Price $6,500. Terms, $3,000
cash, balance to suit at 5% per cent,
pays 23 per cent on the amount re
quired to handle.
Both properties are well located, in
good condition and convenient to
Full particulars furnished and close
MINNEAPOLIS, - - - fllNN.
8o 5c 8o 7c 8c 8c
Russian SaDles, Leiuslg Dye Persian
LaiD, Bice's London Dye Seal-Skins.
Select your furs and we will make them
up in latest styles. Satisfaction guaran
teed. Remodeling, redyeing seal skins a
specialty. Open evening. Both Phones.
HOTEL NICOLLET CAEE
Opon Until Midnight
Tables reserved by telephone for
Always the best of everything at
stra Fur Garments re
fect, fit guaranteed
Bank of Minneapolis Bldg
Suite 241. - 302 NICOLLET AVB.
GET YOUR HAND IN!
CLOVES FOR EVERY ONE
Those exposures you recently made.
And will finislrprints from them.
We are exclusively photographic.
O. H. PECK COMPANY,
f 112-114-116 So. 5th Street
MAIL ORDIRS RtQUISTtO'|
ASK FOR PRICE LIST O. * \ '.
Bare One Dollar
and buy the Sorensen $2.60
shoe, just as good shoes ss 5-
the other fejlow asks $8.60 M
for. Msda up in all the lr
latest fall styles, neat, nob
by and durable. Shoes re
soled in 15 minues best
cak sewed 75c. nailed 60c
812 Nic Av., Minneapolis.