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Mrs. John H. Van Nest, Mrs. R. E.
Van Nest and Mrs. Eugene Sprague
entertained eighty women at cards this
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Van
Nest, 4003 Garfield avenue. The dar
kened rooms were lighted with yellow
tapers and yellow chrysanthemums
were arranged* in the parlors with the
palms and terns, while pink roses were.
ln the diningroom. Mmes. S. E. Rollins,
C. L. Smith, Charles E. Van Nest and
Miss Lilian Van Nest of South Bend,
The charity ball Friday evening at
the West hotel will be the first large
formal party of the season. Tickets
have been on sale for several days and
are being quickly disposed of, for the
women who are arranging for the ball
are all prominent socially. The Home
for Children and Aged Women is one
of their pet philanthropies and they
spare no pains to make the annual par
ty for its benefit a success. A large
fjroup of prominent men have been e'n-
isted on the floor committee.
The class of 1904 of the university
will have a banquet at Donaldson's
tearooms Friday evening, and after the
banquet the members will go to the
\mivereity armory, where part of the
commencement play will be repeated.
Mrs. 0. 0. Bordwell was hostess at
an affair Monday afternoon at her
home, 9 Oakley avenue. The honor
guests were Rev. and Mrs. Norman Mc
Leod of Merriam Park and a group of
twin city friends were bidden to meet
them. Roses, carnations and violets
decked the parlors and On the round
table in the dining-room was a basket of
"Small expenses means small prices to you."
"FULL LINE of ready-to-wear Furs. "OUR
REPAIRING AND REMODELING
on short notice, at small prices.
i ,1 doors north (Of
Ind., assisted the hostesses. Progressive played at six tables. Saturday even-
euchre was played and nine pretty
prizes in cut glass, hand-painted china
and silver rewarded the lucky players.
A dainty luncheon was served from the
small tables after the games.
the Orpheum Theater. Open
evenings. "At the sign of the Polar Bear."
lip 13 8. 7th St L.C. &
from Japan Ex
for XraasGifts and Wed
ding Presents. The
Finest on earth at your
own price. Attend the
Of High Grade
This Evening and To
rn or (Thursday)saryd
eveningat 7:30 prompt.
One greatbargain every
minute. Ladies especi
ally invited. Chairs
818 Nicollet Ave.
Please Note Number
orchids with a bow of red ribbon on the
handle. The sideboard was banked
with carnations and ferns.
During the afternoon a program of
music and recitations was given by Mrs",
Fred Hauser, Mrs. J. C. McCall, Bur
ton Wendell. Misses Charlotte Thomes,
Evelyn Dockstader and Mary Cizel.
Supper was served after the program
and the thirty guests included Messrs
and Mmes. McLeod, Fred Hauser, Orr,
John Yorks, J. C. McCall, U. Qurrie, J.
Clark, J. Horton, Doran, Perry Cut
man. Burton Wendell, Powell, Mmes
Martha Emery, M- A. Cooper, Annie M.
Keiler, Nellie McCall, Misses Susie
Dorah Dockstadey, Mary Cizel, Willa
Bordwell, Marcia Yorks,' Lottie Clark,
Thomes, Cora Wendell and Joe Bord
well. Those who took part in the pro
gram and the assisting women were pre
sented with a plate, cup and saucer and
each guest was given a handsome plate
while a unique silver basket was the
souvenir for the honor guests.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Burgess of 1022
Harmon place gave a card party Mon
day evening for Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hays
of Chicago. Progressive whist was
mg" Mr. and Mrs. Burgess gave a dinner
at the Commercial club for Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman K. Luxton of
Banff, Can., are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry A. Luxton of 3220 Third avenue
S, on their way to London. Mr. and
Mrs. Luxton were married in Banff,
Nov. 2, and are on their wedding trip.
The bride was formerly Miss Georgia
McDougal. Mr. Luxton has many
friends in Minneapolis, and is a well
known newspaper man.
Mrs. Tennie Childs and John.Bassett
were quietly married last Wednesday
evening at the home of the bride's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Delvin. Kev.
A. N. Alcott read the service. Mr.
and Mrg. Bassett are at home at 522
Second avenue SE.
The Alpha Phi sorority will hold its
annual bazaar tomorrow afternoon at
the home of Mrs. F. B. Long, 41 Grove
land avenue. No invitations.have been
issued,.'but the friends of the sorority
will be present. In the evening a short
play will be given by the members of
the active chapter.
Dr and Mrs. Willard B. Pineo enter
tained sixty quests at bridge last even
ing at the". Holmes hotel. Chrysan
themums and palms furnished an at
tractive decoration thru the parlors and
the. yellow blossoms were also in the
Tailored Suits, Costumes, Skirts.
Ladies' floors, (2d, 3d) The Plymouth.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Mrs. Luella Reed is very ill at St. Barnabas
Daniel Douglas Is very 1U at the St. Vincent
Miss Sarnh Morrison of Racine, Wis., is the
guest of Miss Katherine Louise Smith of Harmon
Mrs. W. W. Wilson of 3441 First avenue S
will entertain the S. S. Card club Friday
Minneapolis chapter. No. 9, O. E. S., will meet
this evening with Mrs. E. V. Marsh, 3040 Dupont
Mr. and Mrs. James Stansfleld and daughter,
Mrs. Fitzgerald, have gone to California for
Companion Court Garfield. No. 260. I. O. F., np
will give a card party and dance Friday evening:
iu Kistler's hall.
A. R. McDonald of 1413 Second street NE
was pleasantly surprised Friday evening by a
group of friends,.
The Chrysanthemum Card club will be enter
tained by Miss Dora Loper, 109 University ave
nue SE, tomorrow.
Plymouth chapter. No. 19, O. E. S., will give
a card party Friday evening in Masonic hall, 304
Twentieth avenue N.
Mistletoe court, No. 1, Order of the Amaranth,
will give a card party and- danee tomorrow' even
ing iu Masonic Temple.
Gerome Chute of the Klondike, formerly of
Minneapolis, is visiting Mrs. Chute's relatives,
at 32t .Sixth street SE.':
Sweet Clover hive, I O. T. M., will step, a
card party a-d dance in A. O. II. WV hall, 15
Seventh street S, Friday evening.
The Fortuna Euchre club will be entertained
Friday afternoon at the home of th epresident,
Mrs. T. Mahoaey, 623 Fremont avenue N.
Loren Fletcher and Miss Susanne Fletcher-will
leave tomorrow evening for Panama. They will
return by way of California and then go to
Washington, D. C.
Minneapolis people at New York hotels are as
follows: Waldorf, C. H. Van Campen Park Ave
nue, J. Pye Holland, J. W. Plant, Mrs. J.,
W. See Herald Square, W. R. Cookus Broad
way Central, H. Kicker Martha Washington, A.
H. Bright. DuluthSt. Denis, W. M. Roberts.
Miss Louise Rush entertained twenty friends
Sunday evening at her home, 601 Second street
NE, the occasion being her birtbday anniver
Japanese lanterns and- ornaments deco
rate the rooms. Flinch and pit were played,
and a light supper was served. Miss Rush
received many handsome sifts.
Old Pa Time gets weary wrestling
with Satin Skin? Cream. It beats him
keeps old faces young. 2oc.
The "Rock Island" offers the quick
est tourist car service to Los Angeles.
A. wide vestibuled tourist, car leaves
Minneapolis every Wednesday at 9:10
a.m., arriving at Los Angeles the fol
lowing Saturday afternoon. Only 3
days en route. Our folder, "Across
the Continent in a Tourist Car," fells
you all about the trip. Call or write
H. J. Cobb, Excursion Agent. A. L.
Steece, City Passenger Agent, 322 Nic
ollet av, Minneapolis, Minn.
CLUBS AND CHARITIES
Zuhrah Ladies initiated a class of
candidates Friday afternoon in Masonic
Temple. Misses' Marjorie Hammons
and Corinne Falconer furnished musical
numbers. After the meeting the women
entertained their husbands at dinner
and covers were placed'for 100 guests.
Progressive euchre was played later
and the prizes were won by Mrs. it. J.
Morrisqn, Mrs. Lena Hammons, Jt F.
Ells and J. L. Brown. The affair was
arranged by a committee formed^ of
Mmes. J. F". Ells, F. N. Salisbury fand
H. S. Ray.
Dr. Bushnell Will Speak.
The illustrated lecture on "The
Canadian Rockies," which -Rev. J. E.
Bushnell had planned to'give last week
in the assemblyroom of the Young
Women's Christian association, will be
one of. the events of this evening. Mem
bers "will be admitted on their member
ship tickets and the public can hear
the lecture on payment of a small fee.
The affair is one of a series of travel
talks which will be given during the
winter at the association.
The Tuesday noon entertainments,
which were such a pleasant feature last
winter at the_ association, were re
sumed yesterday, and a large and en
thusiastic group of young women en
joyed the program of instrumental
music by Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Couch
and-A. N. Lidell, and the vocal solos by
Mrs. Maud TJlmer Jones. Some enter
tainment will be given every Tuesday
noon during the winter.
Westminster Social Circle.
Westminster Social Circle was en
tertained yesterday by the Misses Long
and Mrs. Porcher at 11 E Seventeenth
.street. Mrs. Cooke gave se/eral dialect
songs very acceptably, accompanying
herself on the banjo, and Mrs. H. A.
Britzins furnished two beautiful con
tralto numbers with Mrs. F. S. Muck.ey
as accompanist. Arrangements Were
made for a free illustrated health talk
to be given at the home of Mrs. 0. S.
Fay* 1512 Clinton avenue, Friday, at
2:30 o'clock by Miss Marion Knight
of Chicago. A committee consisting of
Mmes. J. M. Sawyer, M. B. Secoinbe
and S. W. Fagundus was appointed to
co-operate with the Young Ladies' Mis
sionary society in preparing a box of
supplies for a hospital which has just
been started at Jewett, N. M. Light
refreshments were served by the four
hostesses, assisted by Misses Opal Fay,
Lilian Porcher, Bobina Mickle, Adra
Fay and Marian Porcher. Miss Jan
Long served a very attractive liter
ary- salad,, each guest drawing a simu
ulated leaf upon Which was a quotation
from Dickens, Shakspere or the Bible,
descriptive of woman, and many proved
apt descriptions of those who drew
them. There were eighty-six guests.
The Territorial Pioneer Woman's
club met yesterday with Mmes. Frank
G. O'Brien and Eliza Bostwick at their
home, 917 Fifth avenue S. The trans
action of the monthly business was fol
lowed by a social hour. Mmes. W. D.
Thomas, S. T. Dinsmore and
Thursday musical, business meeting at
the studio, 10 a.m.
WUIard W. C. T. U., Mrs. Watson, 2832
Garfield avenue, 3 p.m.
Neighborhood Current Events club,
Mmes. Lesley and Freeman, 3006 Bryant
avenue S, 2:30 p.m.
Minneapolis Graded Sunday School
Teachers' union, Y. W. C. A. assembly
room, 2:30 p.m.
Anchor hive, 928, Ladies of the Modern
Maccabees, Richmond hall,, evening
business of importance.
Danenbaum assisted the hostess in the
serving of refreshments. Carnations,
-chrysanthemums and ..were the
,v, JjSSe ?J
On Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock Mrs. E. A..
Russell will give a talk on "The Women of
Jerusalem" at the home of Mrs. J. W. Camp
bell, 3128 Humboldt avenue S. No invitations
have been issued, and anyone desiring to at
tend will be welcomed.
The Minneapolis Graded Sunday School Teach
ers' union meets tomorrow afternoon at 2:30
o'clock in the Y. W. C. A. assemblyroom. Mis1*
Emery will conduct the normal lesson Mrs. Hp
bart will teich the junior lesson Miss Selma
Hoeflin, the primary lesson, and Miss Grace Long
fellow, the beginners' lesson.
The Minneapolis Theosophlcal society meets
Wednesday evenings at 411 Dayton Building. The
readingrooms are open from 2 until 5 o'clock
WANT TO KNOW
Harmonious Oolors^Is there any rule
In regard to the colors which should
be worn by the different types? I
know I do not make the best of my
looks, but I am not clever enough to
know what colors I should wear.
Vanity. If hair is dark and eyes blue, in
choosing a gown, Beek to match the
eyes and contrast the hair. One rule
in selecting color is to match the hair
by day and the eyes by night. If the
complexion is sallow, shades of red and
brown are good. If the hair is black
and complexion swarthy, avoid hlack
and all shades of mauve, green and vio
let yellow, scarlet and pink are to be
worn. If fair, with no trace of color,
the complexion can be lightened by the
addition of rose or yellow, glowing.pur
ple, dark blue and dark green., white
and nile green is an ideal mixture for
fair young girls with roseleaf. com
plexions. A red head must beware of
pink and scarlet green is her color
and white is her standby. There are
browns, oaks and copper tints that
make her a model for an artist. White
makes a woman look innocent, winsome
and classic. Clear white is for the
blonde cream white for the brunette.
Shades of tan are also for the blonde
and warm browns that glow as if they
had golden hearts. Heliotrope may be
worn by the blonde woman who has
dark eyes. A brunette, as well as a
blonde,' may wear green. A bright
green brightens the natural brilliancy
of a clear, dark complexion, throwing
into relief the red of cheek or lip.
QUESTION FOE TOMQBKOW
Brushing the Hair.Do you think
Brushing the hair is beneficial, and
now is a body to keep her brushes
Low Rates to the Southwest Nov, 10th
The "Rock Island" will sell, round
trip tickets to the principal points in
Oklahoma, Indian Territory and Texas
for $27.75. Send for literature. Tickets
and full information at this office. A.
L. Steece, City Passenger Agent, 322
Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, Minn.
We never know when some disease
will break out, but the wise man is pre
pared to meet them with, a fund of
reserve energy. Dr. LajUfttzen's Malt
Tonic gives reserve for.ee. ".It's., good
for* thin, pale people.''All druggists,
or Lauritzen's Malt Co., "JSOO
street NE, Minneapolis, ^/V
A Panorama 440 Miles' Long
From the Observation Car on the New
York Central a living panaroma 440
miles long may be seen. This includes
the Genesee, Black River and Mohawk
Valleys and 143 miles of the Hudson
River,! including the foothills of the
Adirondack Mountains the Capitol at
Albany the Catskill Mountains the
Palisades of the Hudson and the New
fYork Central's magnificent to
metropolisthis beingapproach the only
A LARGE COLLECTION of pretty
Laces, .including AUovers,
Bands, Appliques and net top
Venise and Orientals. For quick
riddance have marked them ridic
ulously lowsome less than
halfsome, 4s low,. wA
THAT BIG BONFIRE
"Prexy" Cautions. Rooters Against
The university rooters' expectations
of a mgnster bonfire Friday
the university campusv
THE-MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. W5aW November 9, 1904.
Second Floor First Avenue.
Thursday &% O
*%tlr ~i% ffBOO and navy very chic are unusual AO
Only each *V
Tw valu0 8 a
CPECIAL. 300 Large and Small Black Silk Velvet trimmed
fine black and colored ostrich plumes made to sell at $5.00, $6.50 and
$7.50. In three lots, priced about half, some much ti 4 JS O
less-$3.98 $2.98 and.','. I frO
Just Hundreds of new swell evening hats
Arrived in white, pink, light blue and fur.
All desirable materials. We have them in
Peacock Breasts, Pheasant Breasts, Soft
evening and scarce shades, etc.
Large new stock of the best styles
wire and buckram frames.
THE POPULAR Town and Country Shirts, made of all wool flannel,
detachable cuffs, side pockets in desirable colors. &'f| TF
Very special, each M*
Chiffon Taffeta Waists, in new
shades and 'black, hand work
spider web trimmings on tucks.
Splendid v&lu#v OJB Qrflt
may bnight rudeln
blasted by the university authorities.
In chapel, this morning, President Nor
throp cautioned the students against
starting fires on. the campus in case
Minnesota ahould win on Saturday. He
referred to the recent disastrous fires
at the university, and said -that extra
ordinary precautions seemed necessary.
As a result of the talk the rooters
are wondering whether or not they
will be allowed to carry out their
plans for Friday evening, when fifty
empty oil barrels were to be burned
in celebration of anticipated victory.
A committee from, the rooters' club
will interview President Northrop in
regard to the FMday night celebra
tion and if permission to. have a bon
fire is granted, exHra precautions-will
be taken to keep the fire away from
WON'T MISS THE GAME
Students Stood in Line All Night to
A Get Tickets.
Many university students who were
down town watching the election re
turns went without sleep last night.
After standing in front of bulletin
boards until early morning, they took
their place in line yat Voegeli's and the
Students' book store and waited for,
hours in the rain in order that they
might secure tickets to the Wisconsin
The sale opened at 8 o'clock and the
demand ^or seats, judging by the length
of the lines of ticket seekers, will Be
eb,ual to the demand for the Michigan
game last year. Many of the fraterni
ties routed out their freshmen at 5
o'clock and Compelled the first-year men
to take places in line and buy seats
for the alumni and upper classmen.
The rain-failed to* dampenthe ardor of
the waiting rooters. College yells al
ternated with cheers for election favor
ites all night and the newsboys with
election extras did, a profitable business
with the waiting rooters.
FOR WOMAN'S LEAGUE
Profits of Arts Exhibition Today G6
The exhibit of the Minneapolis School
of Fine ArtB at- the mnlverBity public
yssK sss&^^ji^fliSffl^ &
Nicollet Ave. First Ave. So., Fifth St. Minneapolis.
About 1,000 Waists in cashmere
and all-wool flannel. Regular
rice of these from $1.25
N THE years past such enormous and extensive
1 stocks of Silks and Dress Goods were never known
in the Twin Cities as we are displaying at present.
Agents for all Standard Silks.. ..Exclusive Agents for Many.-
Women's New Winter Coats and Suits, Just* Received.
New Tourist Coats 45 inches long, loose back with
belts, new sleeves, collarless, made of fine ker
seys and cheviot, in blacks, browns and blues,
sizes 32s to 46s. Special value ^4A E A
New Winter Coats with beaver fur collars, 30 and
45 inches long, made of finest kersey, Tourist
and Paquin styles, new sleeves, colors, black,
brown, blue and tan, sizes 32s to 46s at two
$18.50 i $15.00
Near Seal Coats22 inches, lined thruout with Skinner's guaranteed
satin, collar, cuffs and revers trimmed with sable
racoon, sizes 34 to 46 special value at
100 Dozen Eiderdown Dressing Sacques, fitted
back, shell edge trimmed with ornaments,
colors red, gray, pink and blue, complete
range of sizes. Wonderful values CA
Eiderdown Dressing Sacques, made of the fin
est quality pure wool ripple eiderdown, silk
shell edge, ornaments and ribbons colors
red, brown, gray, pink and blue. The great
est value we have ever offered 0*fl A A
Special MillineryTurbans, Values Kabo Straight Front
in black, brown
large quantities, such as
French Velvets in all the
No charge for
Women's Waist Specials Thursday,
Have More Room For Toys.
Trunk Stock must be reduced. The spacers needed
for displaying the largest stock of Toys, Dolls and
Games ever shown in the Twin Cities.
Special for Thursday onlyAll high-grade trunks, including
our large line of the well known OAQh all
"Drucker" trunks at mk IF
TelescopesHeavy canvas covered, all edges bound with
heavy grain leather, extra large corners riveted on, wide
grain leather straps, full leather stitched handle, cloth
20-in., reg. $2.25,Thurs.$ 1.50 1 24-in., reg. $2.75 Thurs$2.00
22-in., "$2.50, $1.7S 26-ih., $3.00 $2.25
Genuine Sole Leather Suit Cases The best on the market
for the price. Steel frame in body and lid, solid leather
corners with six rivets on each corner, improved brass lock
and catches, Irish linen lined, complete with large roomy
shirt fold in desirable shades of brown. These are good
as most $7.50 cases our special ^^B Oft
library has been turned over to the
Woman's league of the university to
day, and the proceeds of the exhibi
tion this afternoon and evening are to
go to the fund for a woman's building
at the university.
A program of musical numbers will
be rendered, both afternoon and eve
ning, by Mrs. Potter of the university
faculty and Miss Golden. There will
be no extra charge,
Not All Our Blankets
Are damaged by any means. We ad
vertise those so you can save 30 to 40
per cent-on the cost. But if you don't
mind about cost and want the best
blanket, come and see us just the same.
We make the finest blanket in the land
and we sell them direct. Some frosty
night you '11 wish you had a pair. North
Star Woolen Mill Co., 28 So. Second
street, Minneapolis, one block from Mil
CAUSE FOR 00NGBATUXATI0NS.
Two gaunt spectres. Bronchitis and Pneumonia,
met In one ot the thorofares ot the city.
"What's the matter old fellow?" asked the
Bronchitis spectre. "You are looking blue.".
"Matter enough," replied the Pneumonia spec
tre "I've Just been looking over the opinions of
the weather prophets and they predict a mild
"Cheer up," cried Pneumonia, hilariously "I,
on the other hand, have Just been glancing over
the winter's fashions. The women's fur xsoats,
I"ftm delighted to say, are made with necks
and no collars, and the Eton Jackets ending at
the waist will be popular as ever."
OETTINa THINGS BOWS FINE.
The' army and navy now draw the line at
bow-legged a en the corporations don't want
any kind of men over 85 years old, and' some
employers dislike people with red hair. If this
process of exclusion. keeps up the list of the em
ployed will be extremely select.
LIVEI.Y TIME AT THE WAKE.
"So ye attended Rafferty's wakewai any
body sober?" ^7
"Nobody but Rafferty."
"What did Noah Uveo when the flood sub
sided and his provisions in the ark were ex
hausted?" asked a Sunday school teacher of her
squeaked a little girl afte-r' the
others had given up. I
"WeU, what?", inquired the teacher.!,
2 WHERE SH SCORED. ~h
a FhUsdelphiaE Bulletin
Mr. Fuyter LottWeU, you are. no longer a
Mrs. Fuyter Lott-^-Maybe so, but you're the
same old goose.
Flannelette Gowns and Eiderdown Dressing Sacques.
pense. It goes on ioday, tomorrow,
forever. Get the Ginter Habit, ^nd
save from 25c to 40c on the dollar.
made of high luster goods, with
deep Spanish flounces, trimmed
with tucks ruffles and knife pleat
4ngs. A great assortment to
choose from,' and a tffc gPfc
very remarkable fJrmjiO
New Winter Suits made of broadcloth and velvet,
all lined thruout with Skinner's satin, new
models just received, made in the very latest
styles,, elegantly tailored in black, brown and
blue, all sizes at
$50 $46 $37.50
Suit Special. W offer for Thursday only, 100
suitB, wbtnen's.and misses'sizes made of fine
cheviots, broadcloths and fancies, all satin and
silk lined. Values $18.50, $20, 0*4*11 "T
$22.50 choice of the lot....... O a I O
W have received a line of ele
gant new pillow muffs made in
all popular furs used this season
Flannelette Gowns, good quality, cut wide and
full, yoke trimmed with lace and silk edge
medium and light colors, sizes 14 to A A
18 special value, each. O Vt*
Flannelette Gowns, about 10 styles to choose
jfrpm, made of the finest quality, yokes hand
somely trimmed* gowns cut extra wide and
'full. We have them in a complete range of
sizes. Extraordinary value for OA
Thursday* each 9%9%M
KABO NO. 831As illustratedstraight front,
habit hip, with hose supporters attached 10-
inch clasp, low bust and pack, fully gored and
richly edged with satin ribbon. Colorswhite
and drab in coutil.
Sizes 18 to 36. Price
KABO NO. 628-Straight front, dip hip, 11-
inch clasp intended for average figures.
Fully gored, made and trimmed in the most
serviceable way, and withal very dainty.
White, drab and gray sizes & 4 tflkffc
18to36. Price ^lutflP
KABO NO. 711Straight front, dip hip. A
short model garment10-inch claspbut so
dipped at front and hips as to make it ideal
for use with the latest style skirts. Made
of very fine silky drill, high grade frilled
hose supporters at sides and front boned
with extra size non-rusting composition,
fully made and gored. White and drab,
sizes 18 to 30. &.J g-|
Sanitary Meat Dept
Under Management of
is the time to buy and haye them laid aside.
Our stock is very complete in all the latest
novelties. We can give you more time and attention
now than later. If we have what you want we will
make the prices right. Call and see us.
H. F. LEGG & CO.
Should make an effort to look her best on all occasions. It
is a debt she owes to the world. This debt can be easily
discharged by wearing a
MACPHERSON & LANGFQRD
Ask your dealer to show them to you. If
heeanfiot, come to us and we will.
Look for Our name on belt and hangers.
MACPHERSON & LANGFORD
S 338 SIBLEY STREET, ST. PAUL, MINN.
MAD E IN JURITGHE O SAVE WOR INYOUR S
^lr*fii 1fl Package with Lis to Valuabl Premiums. SSSfiK
Advertisers in The Journal's want columns who do not receive
& satisfactory results should look well to the wording of their ads. Tell them S
& the whole, story. Bring out the desirable features. Satisfactory results are $
sure when the proposition and the ad are both rigrht.
We Sell Exactly What
A FEW EXTRA SPECI AL PRICES
FOR THURSDAY ONLY.
Spring chicken, If^
per pound O
Round Steak, per
Loin & Rib Mut- 4 A A
ton Chops, lb.. IWU
N.W. Main 4500, 4501, 4502.
Sirloin and Porter House
Steaks, at per
Fancy Baldwin and
.Northern Spy PCv^
Apples, bu.. vvv
Deliveries to all
parts of the city.
518 NICOLLET AVE.