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PA/D ON DEPOSITS.
The strength of a Savings'Institu
tion is represented by its
517 First Avenue South.
Has mora than double the paid-up capital
of any other sayings institution in the
State, whioh is conclusive evidenoe that
it is the safest depository for savings.
jQZ) Interest allowed on open Sav
3 ings Accounts.
-JIZGKJ on Certificates of Deposit
running 3 months or longer.
Certificates of Deposit run
ning 6 months or longer.
Honey deposited on or before the Bth of
the month, draws interest from the 1st.
The Preferred Stock of the
(The Long Distance Lines of the
Twin City Telephone Co*)-
A safe and very profitable invest
Apply to E MOULTGN, Pwjs't,
Telephone No. 654*
Twin City Tel, Exohange Bldg.,
Cox. 7tti 6tv and 3d AV/S.. Minneapolis.
carry all makes.
$10S2 to #3022
GREAT WESTERN CYCL E O
612 1 STAVE. S.
for an ap-
his time ia
Dentistry is the highest
type of mechanism,
blended with art and
science. 329 Nloollet Ave.
Oor. Fourth 3t-
OPTICIAN, 409 Nicollet.
Our new. anenthetlo for pre-
veMtl*gf** N extra Charts
Corrugated Sattloa Jt*.
.$10 per *e .'\il:^y
Dr. C.L. Sarpfli
lyailaat* Bit., 3l}4 NltoUet
IKSTANT RELIEF: FOR
Our Radical Cure TRUSS retains with com
fort and safety, 800 attests of pleased cus
tomers. W straps between legs.
F. BUCHSTEff CO it
99 The Aluminum
It gives tni
That holds every form of rupture
Istant relief. So eusy It can be worn in Dea.
'Weight but six ounces. Easily adjusted. En
'indorsed toy 150 JtHnneapolis physicians. Call or
twrlte for desm-iptive booklet. Manufacturers "of
Vflnest Tlastie Hosiery, Abdominal Supporters, etc.
Crolius Truss Co.,639
Old Point Comfort, Va.,
The Rendezvous of the Army and Navy. Society
'i and Sportsmen.
Cor. 4th Strati and
The Drille.'Ground of
theetTrainUlgt larges Military
Hnnting Preserve. GEO. P. ADAMS. Mgc.
Write for Booklet. Fortress Monroe, Va.
in this City
his returned from a trip thru the east.
Bs* ".special request'Professor Wiley sang
iirtn'e'quartet of the church of the Divine
Paternity' NeV'York, Jas Sunday, taking
the. pi'aicV 0f the noted'Jpasso, Gwrylnl'. Mil^,
'Th ^e(?ond ofiS/seEies.: of musjfcal.ser
vices will be given at the First Unitarian
church,, at 4 p. m., March 6, under-the dlr*
ectjojrv of Miss Anna DeWitt Cook, -organ
ist. A-double quartet will give the- vocal
numbers. A feature of the service will be
the famous sextette from Lucia di Lam
That there are various kinds of crema
tories is evidently not appreciated by W.
H. Dayhoff of Sioux City, IoWa, who an
nounces that he is a "mortician." He
writes to Joseph McDermott, superintend
ent of the local garbage destroyer, that he
has a customer who desires to be "cre
mated" and asks, for iiiformatibn as to
prices and modes of procedm-e.
Staff of LifeThis tobacco is made out
of natural sweet tobacco grown in old Vir1
ginia, where the swet arid pure leaf is
grown. Nothing is aciaed to it im* pviria
Licorice and ranulatld sugar. 'Al lovers
of tobacco, after they try Staff of Life,.tvill
appreciate this fact. Pure tobacco hurts
no one to use. .'Staff of Life' is anti
Boston "W, Smith (Uncle Boston)^ super
intendent of the chapel, car work for the
Baptists, who has. been holding-meetings
in the Central Baptist- church,, will give j
a stereopticoa lecture Sunday, evening,. He
has unde hits direction six chape cars,
different parts, of the country* and will
give the latest information, as to. their
work and value, illustrating his lecture by
pictures of towns, cars and scenes in con
nection with his work.
Fine new stamped linens, 90 7th st S.
which cribies ?style^ com-*
fort ixA -seifvice at a low
the Stevenson G-love.
to^ifty^ See the ad vantage ^friwix-
ing cocktails in^tiantit^--
where every p^o,0r1io%is
(r^ady to ice) &ver i^ity.
GOLD y&N CcK^ftiUsSeven
Whiskey, Martini, Tom Gin,
Dry Ginand the American
Of good .wine merchants.
jTh Gijok ^.Bertrh.eimer Co.
Makei-s New York
Moon brand brick cheese, pur ana
sweet at your grocer's.
For RentA fine office, also desk room
in Oneida Block. Title Insurance Co-.
Andrews Hot Water Heating systems
make homes ccmfortabl/700 Globe Bldg.
Subscribe for all magazines, papers, etc.,
and get your binding done at Century
News Stand, 6 Third street,near*Hennerim
Columbian Knights, Metropolis lodge
No. 121, will initiate a large class into the
mysteries of the oriental degree Thurs
Hazen M. Parker will deliver the social
ist address at 45 Fourth street S, at 3-
p. m... .to-morrpw. H'ssubject will beJ'Th.e,.
The Western Investment and Realty Co'.
at present at 603-604 Oneida Building, will
after March 1st be: located in their new
quarters at 208 New York Life to,uildtng~
We own and offer for sale $25,000 Ohio
Coar-Cb. bonds. Principal' and interest
guaranteed by Pittsburg Co&l Go. Minne
sota Loan and Trust Co.. 31J Nicollet, Av.
Dr. George Robert Cairns, the famed
evangelist, will 'speak''to men only Sunday
at 3:30 p. m. in the First Baptist, church:
His subject wtlFbe ''A Strong Man." Boys
under 14 not admitted.
"The noted evangelist, Llljiquist, will
conduct a series of revival meetings in the
Scandinavian Free Mission church,
Twelfth aVjehue S.. .an* Seventh street,
commencing March i.
An invitation- will, be- extended by theway.
Commercial club and the four.local divis
ions of the Brotherhood of Locomotive
Engineers to hold the national convention
of .the organization in Minneapolis in 1906.
A Novel Reception.All.lady customers
of the Guaranty Safe Deposit Vaults, hav
ing boxes- or .acting as deputies, are cor
dially Invited to ah afternoon-coffee in-the
basement of the Guaranty Building, Mon
day, Feb. 29, 3 to 5 p. m.
"Professor A. R. Wiley, director of the
chQir of Gethsemane church1
MOKED IN CHURCH OF
Tried to Telephone for Help but
'Opened the Book in the St. Paul
1' Section and Became Thoifbly Dazed
An Accident Reveals Hi Plight.
Rev. M D. Shutter's residence tel
ephone is on a party line with the
pnone in His study in the Church of
the Redeemer, and thereby 'hangs a
When Dr. Shutter went to the tel
ephone at his home yesterday after
noon and took down th receiver a
"spirited, conversation .in' progress, on
the line kept hi.ro. frona. giving, his
"I'm" in Br ShutterV study," said
"Why don't you
parlng sbnie 'special' announcements
forSunday, and shortly before noon
t' too, left the church, supposing
that Dr. Shutter was to do the
Meantime Dr,-MeG-lauflin finished
his writing and dropped down to Mr.
EHerrtvood's office. I was vacant and
so he decided to come down town to
his hotel. Th first door he tried
was locked sp was. the second and
so was' the thiftd. lob^d" for the
janitor,., who had gone., He'/obened
a window and' fo'und a stout wire
screen Qh the outside, fiyfefy^ ave
nge Of'.escape'was closed.
But tfie're was "still' the' "telephphe:
Dr. J^cGiaufliri Hastened bacTc to tlie
study ^.ni opened the book "far back
to look in the *'S" div'isi6n
ter." I wasn't" there. 'Just to see
Where he was at he loolced-among the
"C's" fo^ Church of the Redeemer,"
and was' thoro'ly amazed 'to find that
he couldn't find it." Called tip cen
tral and asked ^here'he was any-
"What's' the number" Of that
phone asked the girls
i can't fih'd it," said the dazed
"Then'I can't do anything'-?. for
you,"" "snapped the operator as -she
It was now long past-lunch "time
arid Br. McQlaufiin sat down to find
a familiar name. hit it and
called' up Rev, ^Henry B-. Taylor at
St.'"' Paul, to whom he was telling his
troubles when" Dr Shutter ''butted
This "'is'"why-- Dr. Mc.Haufl
thVee'-hbur Iatfe to: Ms luncheon ^yas
terdaS^' '"Th ^mysterious ''omission
in the' telephforM book were explained
when it" was fottrid that he had been
looking for Minneapolis numbers-over
in the St. Paul section of the-book.
Former Minneapolis Newspaper Man Suc
Typhoid fever has claimed the life .of
R. (''Bob") McAdam, fo^ many,.years,
of the Jobbers' association, but during,the
past-year editor of Fuel,, a Chicago trade
paper. Mn-McAdam was a man of, wide
acquaintance and of many friends and his
newspaper experience included service on
-tlie state. tlie lVtln.iaea.pbUs Times'- and.
the S Paul.Globe.
-Members of St. John's Chapter ^p. .9, K.
Av M:T are requested to assemble in',, the
commandery room, Masonicr Temple,.to
morrow at 2:30 p.
hunt up the jani
tor suggested another voice, evi
dently farther away.
"Can'the's gone, too* and every
thing, is locked.'.'"".' i'.
"Call up Dr. Shutter, then.-
"Can't-^-his name isnT in the
"Here I 'am what's the matter,"
interpolated Dr. Shutter, as an awful
suspicion seized him
And then the story? of unjust im
prisonment and.,semistarvatton came
W. McGlaUflin reached Minne
apolis yesterday from Atlanta to as
sume his new duties as district su
perintendent for the Universalist
church. Dr. Shutter welcomed the
newcomer in/his study, and shortly
before noon, as the latter had some
writing to do, the pastor went home
and left Mm there supposing- that
Dean Ellenwooa,. assistant pastor,
was to go tp lunch with him. Dow
"BOB" McADAM DEAD
Th seryice. w.fll conducted by
Hejmepin Lodge, No..l, A..'F. $ A..M,, at
3 p. m. _,.
Sir Knights Of Zion Commanderyv No.:
1 l,.r V~JUnnftn off ^VlQT\Oll in' -O .......funeral. r-
in also assemble at'the* Asylum to-
aY2-'so'p*: m. to- attend the
WEiSMILLER IS FREE
'J1. 'r. &.'.-%
Released After Serving Three Months Un
der Reformatory Sentence.
John F. Weismilier,-convicted of assault
in' the' second degree ancFi sentenced to
Stillwater on the ref ormatary plany was
released yesterdiay after serving- three,
months. Wteismiller was indicted" with
Herbert Tbles: and Frank Leonard for an
alleged assault with a whisky bottle-upon
F,dward Wagner in the cburse of a.little
party at the'home of Mrs. Cushing oh Co}-
fax avenue. Toies pleaded guilty, and was
workhous- sentence which he
has served. Leonard's case is still upon
SEEK NEW BUILDING
Hauser Duck and Shade Cloth Company,
The Hauser Duck &" Shade Cloth com
pany is endQavbTing tohhave a building
as a exclusive shade
cloth and window "shade factory: This
company.'" which^^ formerly occupied the
rwihne buildirig Orf Nicollet avenue which
was burned Dee. 24- iha's sold rits tent and
awning dep'&.Vtmehf to H. G. Neal of St.
Paul -who willprobably enlarge his Minr
"tteapolls" trastness': place -Henii^Hin ave-
^TiUeV'"'' t'--.t-..^ 7...-X
XiAST OF QLD LOOKUP
The. famous City: Bastlle. Wlii SobrV.'Be
REKJEfWAL OF COSTRAOT,
Board -of.-eorttrol- 5onsidepS. Ppoposats-.for
Warden Wolfer of the state prison con
ferred to-day^wlth members of the state
board of control at St. Paul about" the
renewal of the contract for prison labor
in the shoe factory.' The1
There were'several pages and
THESE' 'FRAGRANT MISSIVES ARE
POSTMARB&A* "NEVADA, IA."
Their' Frequent Arrival Seems iBb' ittdi
1 the Wif Whom' Neg-
lected fori Dr linda Burneld I
Still^ Loyal to Mm.
"Will you excuse me a moment
while"I retfd 'm letter?" politely
a^ked Samuel Hazzard' as he took
a scented: billet!' doiix from Assistant
Jailor Qiiinn arid' proceeded .nerVous^ly
to' tear it- pperi^
one seemed to 'tfie- more interesting
thanrits^predecessor of satisfaction the ^prisoner foldedr up
the'page's aVid t-Ufned again to sev'-r-
eral young men whom lie had evi
dently forgotten- during hip intent
perusaTrof the e'pistle.
This letter Was addressed in a legi
ble fehlinine Iifaiid arid was post
"Oh", those*letters come nearly every
day," explained" orte of the. employee's
in the sheriff's office.
Thusvjit f. alffpe^LrisV^hatv -VSva 'VFitch
patrick Hazzard of Nevada is still trlie
to the.man ^ho
Until, with.a sigh
.^eserted.,h.er for Dr.
Linda'Burflejd, thus committing big
amy for which he has been sentenced
to's'pend two'years iri the penitentiary.
That she still loves her legal vhusband
is admitted even by the bride's- parents
f4ew-r 9lstpi People?^
Trace of Man r. ,t*-
A rumor that^Pietrp "V-ergata* ,the Italian
who shot John Petra a'week" ago, was seen
in'New Bo'ston yesterday afternoon paused
a' 'commotion 'at" police headquarters? and
a detail of plain .d&fches men was sent
the suburb, 'but the elusive'Italian ha*d
gone. Althp'several' persons-Were found
who were willing*to take oath.that they
had seen' Vergat^^trle-'detectivBs-^hmkrrt
is at'case' of^mistaken'identity ivandJ^that
the iritioh wantedTnan is:far from the twin
Petra's condition remains unchanged
and the physiciansvttiink
A SLIGHT iiWPRO^BflfeNt
Some Hope Efltertahied' for Rev.- P- 4,
P.,J. Danehy,pastor of St. Steph
ens' Catholict churQhi who is dangerously
ill with typhoid: fever it St..': Mary's. hos^'
pital, is slighijy imprQyed to-.day apd tlje
physicians nqw h^ive hopes,p.f his Vecbv^
ery.. He. been, ^.t the point of death
for two days^and nthe
found it necessary
to maintain life. This treatment appears
to have/brought him thru .one'-'crisis^ but
he is. very we?ikf and another crisfe may
i? .i"'i 'Mlfo'i.
Paul School H?i*:.Smallpox Qa$e.^rid
Healtlr'Offlcer Acts.-^ Ri i
TwO ^t.' Paiil' health.'inspectors Jmyaaed
the law school on the fburth floor''of the
St. Paul city. hal.Jau*t,#ight.and], vaccinated
nearly, fifty students. There were ninety
students !n all, bat^bniy- halft thentdould
pf-oduc^'s^aVs^^f"^^.' :-n-M or^
trbtihle" was -thef ais"
cbVery tltat"Ki 2M"'Plor a student," -Was
sufftering from* 'sfcvallpotff.i''-^encase '.w^s
reported at once to Health Commissioner
Ohage who^ofdered a geMefeal'vadcliiation.
EVei^r Wudent was taken bywsurpriseand
not one escaped the officers, A
A-aDOWN WITH IMPORTERS
Reeling Expressed by Spiritualists at Their
v, ._ State ppnvention.
It was decided a i the opening sessW of
the annual convention of the Spiritualists
of Minnesota in Odd Fellows hali St.
Paul yesterday, th^ a campaign should be
.begun against imppsftors and fakers,- who
pretend to practice, spiritualism.
tMrs. Gi- Dy. Priiden made= the. pi:'fh cipal
address ,of the afternoon and aniong .the
Qther speakers were Mrs. J. P, .Whit
well, St. Paul ^rs. 'Eva McCoy..of Ma'r
shajltown, Iowa SI 3rfTc54 a.nus. of .^ii-
perlor: Mrs..- Lowell,. Minneapolis] M"rS..
Asa: talcp.tjt, Mrs.,..Griffith, Minneapolis
Mrs. Jordan, Amos Hal Mrs. E'.':A .Sa'uer,'
ORPHEUM THEATER PERMIT
..2, Taken Out' YesterdayOld Etuildlngs for
A pei mit. was-taken "out yesterday for
6 theater which the'Grpheu
Circuit company- will build at 21-27 Sev
enth street S. The/frame .buildings-on-the
site havec: been advertised for sale ^nd will 1tt
the spring. c:t'' v..- i-/..
PURE WATER USED-
.There I No Dangex*to "University.. Stu
fle'ntf IVom the Typhoid Epidemics
If the students-will abide^by the ad
vice of the authorities there ,,wUi-- be
no'dangerv The water supplied by,the
university is pure and no water that is
in. the least- suspicious is permitted
anywhere in the university buildings.
The spring-water used at the varsity
has 'freer! submitted to chemical- an
alyses and baeteriogical tests, 'and
nothing dangerous has been
as a matter
Ninety"days?more.and the central^olice
station in Lockup alley will be abandonjed.
By .that time. nw-.palatial,quarters .on the
i fourth, floor-ofrthp city hah -IKM ,bs ready
iqr qecupaocy. -Th,e.steam fitters are busy'
installing v.th.e heating a-pparatua aiui, the
plasterers -wUL be at."work 'In...a, few /days.
An elevatqr wiU_- connect the, new .lockup
witli the basement and the
.ters.wlU'he ia -the lockup..
Jordan Bros, is about to expire.-"1
The OHva Baker Mfg. Co. have re
moved from 'the Boston Block to' 329
HennefMn Av. (Miffneapolis).' Their
line of Art" Calendars and
Specialties is one of the latge'st and
finest in this country. They want first
class agents to represent" them from
Massachusetts to California. Ad^
vantageouW (ibntra'c^ts to- gentlemanly*
reliable men. Twin City Phone 2187.
of "university students need"- ''have
fears as all" p^ecautiflns havfi 'beeii
fakeh by"'a fafculty committee icbhr
sisting of Pfdifessbr. P.':
STARSfOREW liAiilTfffi190 4
HEAVENLY' "SIGNS'' POtNT
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^^^^^^JLl^^Jt^ dose of Dr. Agnew's Heart Cure. The benefit you
miJt excavationf far foundations, ^early.
the tank's or the water. Th 'tanks
1 61 "'Barent
S. Jbnes, Dr i
H: 'M/'Wackeii,'Professor Flather,
JP'rOfesSor F.^.A'. Bass, r Franktort
er. and jbt* ."tviisdn. This cdmhiittee
waCs ir^stiHinj^tital' iri? lidtVingr^ tixfe
Side, station'closed .Sp 'prudent Kis
%Xie: VDranjitt^e^ieen, tliat it #&& dis-i
.continued/ theVUse. 6X ^rtesiah' we']l wa
iter" at the uhivesity, and us es..qniy J.nj
dian',l^edical'.apriri^ Water/w^icli. .6as
found to.be theA'piiiy soft p^uire^^ater
.qh the .,majrket. '^i.-^^i :S!
^vTien,: they feel .fagged out and
jaded from cares,, responsibilities,
anxieties," worries, etc.* find A bene
It id not a stimulant, but taste
less laxative tonic and cathartic.
At druggists, price 50 cents, or
sample serlt-free." Rett Bros:*& Co.,
A'Minneapolis Reader of the Stars Says
/the War, Great Fires and Numerous
Catastrophes" Ar N Surprise to
Her*Portents- Became Ominous in
-"The Rochester fire, the Baltimore
flr^j the Iroquois theater disaster, the
Russo-Japahese war and :the'ab-
riormally|'high" prloe of" wheat, seem,
to 'be carrying out therdecision of the
astrologers who prophesied lastrfall
that the year- 1 &04 would? be one of
the inost ter-rible in: the. history of the
world," said Mrs. Mary A Marsh an
a$trologist at 711 Nicollet-ayenue, to a
journ al reporter to-day*r-.-
"Fo several, years-the, students of
the stars, could-. see that -,conditions
weye- getting- jipe,for- a-year'Qf .great
eventsj buU^t was. not ui#il last. No?
v.ember .that planetary .conditions be^
gari -tdv point to. a^year, of suffering.
At fthat-iime ttxe .prophecy, wa? given
out that- this would be a^year made
memorablQ hyjenany great" fires, terri
ble acQideritsJwar,s,. tornadoes and gen-r
eral misery ajpqrig. the. peoplei the rich
beoomirig. richer'. a.nda jhe poor poorer.
"^very. n%h^. wheri' I pipk..up the
paRer.and veaarwha.tis happening over
the. worldj I am reminded of the truth
fulness 'of'i he astrological readings.
First the i^ear, came"In while people
were still fioTWfte'a by th
terrible'-'This rallroabl wrecks.
Then 'iri quick sucVessibri' came th
'Pennsylvani a mine disase
ter th^ breaking out Of the "war in'the
east the- great "fir in Baltimore
With less than tw months of--the
^bne,a large'paro of the prophecy
"Yesterday I picked up a copy of
the rioon edition of fr Journal
arid I a single page I found, reported
the Rochester firej the Great Western
wreck at Dyersville,' Iowa the fire at
Brainerd, Minn. a fire at Iron Mouri
tairi, Michi another, at Wapello, Iowa
a man hurried to .death, at Greenwood,
Neb teri boys seriously^burned in Cin
cinnati, Ohio,.and the iisual amount of
news from the war.
''Now, in" addition. to what has al
ready- happened there -are several
other things predicted. Among these
will he riumerbus cyclbnesjin the sum
mer: months -in- which, there will be
larfee losses -of life and property. and
gre^it Changes rln-^the,. financial world,
This-isva year in-which the rich will
Become richer and the poor become
poorer. The high-price of wheat indi
cates*: thatr this prophecy will be ful
-^Jrist how much further .these dis
asters? will go I am unahle to say, but
so lorig as-vthe. planets retain their
present" relative positions, .there is no
doubt that the same conditions will ob-
That Is Wli^' the UnioBv Central
^iife Is So Solid
:i-: Front. Bonds-.'*BjMortgage^.:.-ii.^.
TK 'TJii-rbrl^C^hrf al" (Life- Insuranc'e
company of Cincinnati was'"orgahized
underUhefiaws bf." Ghjb and has,
comj).ahyf in the
estirfractes"- the'rate' of twenty-nine com-
pa'riie^'realized for twenty years upon
the' pSe-an'ihve-sted funds to be 4.94
per ce^nt'i that $f the Unioft Central to
persbent: The loan now in lull"- force are .22,-
Yo'ST the ,ImOuttt''inve'ste'di
239.43 the total security for same is
Valued a $112^304,754, being $96,150,-
41.5 for lsthd, and' $16,15.4,339 for
The: interest paid to-the company
has bontributect $.1^.4.89,350.291 to its
indome," which has Been more than
enough to pay all of" the death losses
indUrred by the cbrnpahy/since lis br
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Dr. Agnew's-Ointment.cures eczema. 86o7
Sold by B. H. Wdnhoia, West Hotel and Sixth
and Nicollet .avenue and-by" A. B. Herr-
mann, 40 0 Second:--avenue S.
Lecture in the C. A. Popular Cpurse at
Tuesday Evening, March 1.
r" Seats on sale at Metfoppiitan^^ Music Store.
A SUMME VACATIO N IN EDB0PE
Rf^?4. Er BireHHELLr B- Da
'f irasdayv March 1 8 O'clock,
by- .the univefsity_ arid
dailyA'' 8 to 6 o'clocki-'
THE PHILHARMONIC CLUB
ANNOUNCES 6HANGE 0 DATE
IN SAMSON AND DELILAH
PRODUCTION. ORATORIO WILL
BE IVEN AT INTERNATIONAL
AUDITORIUM, MABCH 10, IN
STEAD OF MARCH 2
RICE & BARTON'S
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Mmm :-_ L.M.SGOTT, Manager
invested'its fund largely
up farm larids.
the company dur-
*p'S,st years has
I has negotiated
'40,6g'S lbaris" iri liiimjier, aggregatihg
?"59,272,808 in amount. I has real
ized the highest-ralte
In Songs and Stories.' -r:
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The Incomparable Ventriloquist and Hia Fa
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ny" ^jjn^i Ji'T^ygg^^'gig^
Your Credit Is Good at the New England.
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Special Salt Sample Iron Bide
NO TWO ALIKE.
^A most fortunate purchase
enables us to offer, for a quick
sale, the entire sample line of
one of the largest manufactur
ers of iron beds in the country.
For description and prices
see to-morrow's papers and dis
play in our First avenue show
NEW ENGLAN FURNITURE & CARPET CO.
The One-Price Complete Housefurnishers. 5th St., 6th St. and 1st Ave. S.
SSS^ffirf?* Sunday, Feb. 28
Special Popular Prlco Wednesday Matinee, and Regular Saturday Mat.
S, S. SHUBERT A NIXON ZIMMERMAN Introduce for the
ftrat time In Minneapolis THE SOINTILLANT BOMEOIENNE
JOSEPH C. MIRON, ALEXANDER OlARK. fabbelHall, Stella Hamntermteln,
Madhton Smith, Almee Aahmore, Olok Temple. William
E. Phllp, Caoolilla Rohde,
IN A GORGEOUSLY BEAUTIFUL SCENIO PRODUOTIOH
of the Lateat New York Casino Success
mttanWr JMM UTT.LESSfE. TH?l.flflY5.fiRiaWBt
By Paultonand JakobowsklAuthors of "Ermlnle." "v
WEEK MARCH 6th FANNY RICE and He Big Specialty Company
The Oreatest Vaudeville Organisation the Road
Direction SIartin Beck,
THE EPITOME OF HIGH-CLASS VAUDEVILLE.
MclNTYRE & HEATH
To-night Last Time
FRO RAG S O RICHES
All Next Week
BLACK FACE COMEDIANS.
MERMAN'S DOG PANTOMIME
and His Mind Reading Dog Caesar.
MOORE and LITTLEFIELD
in "Change Your Act," or "Back to the
THE JUGGLING MATHIEUS
ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARYTHE CELEBRATED
IRISH COMEDIAN, MR.
SAME PRICES-Matinees, 10oand26o. Nighi. 10c, 25oand OOo
Last Time To-night
Opening Sunday Evening, Feb 28
FERRIS STOCK COMPA]
In a MammQth Sc,enic.Pr)duci3o of RICHABD W^-GNER'S Masterpiece,
People on the Stage.
BUY SC ANTON COAL
IT 19 THE BEST.
llNorth Western Fuel Co.
W. rt. RENDELL, City Agent^ BOT PHONES. 304 Nloollot Av.
St. Paul & Western Coal Company
HAVE MOVED TO
8 Fourth St. So
Two Doors from Hennepin Ave.
FOR PROMPT DELIVERY WE EXCEL.