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N. W. Phone 610
T. C. Phone 9011
618 Hennepin Ave.
608 NICOLLET AVE.
Our First Spring Clearing Sale
Women's Suits at$7.50, $i5,$27.50
Early Season's Prices, $25 to $57.50.
The Suit Sale we are now conducting is a value giving event that stands
without a parallel. The reasons are simple, enoughwe are overstocked
owing to the unseasonable weather that prevailed this season. If you
want the greatest bargain ever offered take advantage of this sale.
Covert Jackets at $698 $9-98 $12-98
Early Season Prices, $12.50 to $27.50.
These garments come in the tan or blackthe only colors selling this
season. All man tailored and taffeta silk lined.
Very Special Millinery Values
Trimmed Hats at $3.50 $7.50 $9.50
Early Season Prices, $8.00 to $25.00.
Lace, Chiffon and Tulle, among them a great many imported pattern
hats. A rare opportunity offered so early in the season.
Misses' Napoleons, light and mixed straw hats,
Dainty Lawn Waists, trimmed with
rows of fine embroidery or lace in
sertions, full tucked d A
sleeves, at %plOU
Your Sunday Dinner is incomplete
Without a Brick of Cream to eat.
OUR. SPECIAL FOR SUNDAY WILL BE
"Vanilla, Peach and Nesselrode Pudding and we will deliver a quart of
it to jour home for 40 cents. If you fail to order in time for Sunday
delivery you can get it at the following stores on Sunday:
Wirth, Hennepin and Washington.
Feisler, St. Anthony Park.
IT. Bakery and Lunch Boom, 421 14th
Woolsey, Merriam Park.
Edwards, Merriam Park.
Fremouw, 433 14th av SE.
Swart, 2519 E Lake st.
Linquist, 610 Plymouth av.
Busso, 42 Central av.
Beamish, 226 Central av.
N. Y. Candy Store, 300 Central av.
Eisenbrandt, 320 Central av.
Kline, 2600 Bloomington.
Guiwitz & Jones, 2451 Bloomington.
Antinozzi & Merino, 422 Central av.
(Larson, 418 Central av.
Steinger, 941 Central av.
Englund, Spring and Monroe.
Nicollet Home Bakery, 1619 Nicollet av.
Sherwood. 1524 Nicollet av.
Allen Bros., 1584 Nicollet av.
Nordstrom, 1407 4th av S.
SUNDAY ICE CREAM SPECIAL
TWO LAYERS 1 Vanilla with Crashed Strawberries, Macaroon.
Quart 40$ Two quarts.... 75c I Gallon $1.50
Order through your grocer or druggist. If he refuses to receive
your order telephone us and. we'll give you the name of a
dealer in your locality who will supply you.
THE CRESCENT CREAMERY CO. JH
SATURDAY BUTTER SPECIALS
Fine Jap Silk Waists, beautifully
trimmed with fine lace, insertions
and open, worth "2 A
from $15 to $d.D\J
Arnold & Hess, 919 Nicollet av.
Marshall Drug, 1325 Nicollet av.
Christianson, 1201 3d av S.
King, 1131 3d av S.
Gaghagen, 1537 E Franklin.
Wittich, 1519 E Franklin
Nash, 235 20th av N.
Stein, 28th and Park.
Benson, 31st and Nicollet.
Wilcox, Lake and Lyndale.
Carlstrom, Camden Plaoe.
Riokert, Camden Place.
McQuade, 635 2d st NE.
Eckcs, 801 2d st NE.
Voges, 2801 Washington N.
Lawson, 2725 Washington av N.
Magner, 1101 Emerson av N.
Medin, 24th and Central av.
Humphrey, 2611 Central av.
Buehler, 758 Adams st NE.
Johnson, 11th av and 8th st S
Horn, 2845 Chicago.
Ammon,' 2414 Central.
Lumley, 510 E 24th st.
If the cream you are handling does not give sat
isfactionif the service is poorif we are not rep
resented in your townwrite usit will pay you.
"ALWAYS THE BEST"
Fattory: 215 Sstflnd Avenue SE.
Roper's Special Creamery, 5lb. jars..., SI 1 5
Fancy Separator Dairy, 5 lb. jars 1.05
Choice Dairy, 5-lb. jars 95c
Pure Honey, per lb 10
Strictly Fresh Eggs, per doz 15
San Marto Coffee,per lb 25c
We Take Order* for the Crescent Creamery Co'*. Special BRICK
ICE CREAM for Sunday Delivery.
The "Original Zokman" furrier, is at the same old stand, 23 5th St. S.
We Store HfflraiMMfi^^ Mm At a Reasonable
FURS left for repairs will be stored and insured free of charge.
Double amount of S. & H.
Green Trading Stamps
given with cash or C. O. D.
fttth Stroat South,
W E CALL FOR YOUR FURS W E HAVE NO BRANCHES
BVeatoff'-t'- ^-^^-V^'^:^* THE MIN*
SEE THEIR BISHOP
HEAD OF CHURCH IN UNITED
STATES VISITS HEBE.
Right Rev. Mr. Tikhon Comes from San
Francisco and Settles Controversy
Over Plans for New Church A
Unique Structure, to Cost $32,000,
Will Be Erected.
Eight Rev. Mr. Tikhon of San Fran
cisco, bishop of the Eussian church for
the United States and Alaska, visited
Minneapolis yesterday to eonfer with
the members of the Eussian church,
Seventeenth avenue and Fifth street
NE. Today he will visit the Russian
churches of Chicago, and will then go
to Cleveland, where a Eussian church
conference is to be held Monday, Tues
day and Wednesday.
Troubles over the building plans for
the new church called the bishop to
Minneapolis. Altho the church is under
the Eussian synod of St. Petersburg,
the entire sum required will be fur
nished by the members here. As the
parish is not wealthy, some members
thought that the $32,000 structure
planned was too pretentious. There
was also a dispute over the plans. Good
will was immediately established be
tween the factions, and the building
ably will not be ready for occupancy
will be started upon the original plans den Place. Death was caused by old
as soon as the necessary loan is secured. age. For two years he had been in feeble
Bishop Tikhon was much pleased with
the plans. The church will be like the pelled to take to his bed. He became
churches in Eussia, and will be built
on Greek lines. It will be unique in
the architecture of Minneapolis. It
was at first thought that it would be
completed before"winter, but it prob-
SOCIETY GIRL IS
BRIDE OF HOBSON'Earl
Hero of the Merrimac and of
Many Kissing Incidents Is
MRS. RICHMOND P. HOBSON,
Bride of Naval Hero, Who Was Hiss
i-j Grizelda Huston Hull.
Tuxedo Park, N. Y., May 26.The
marriage of Miss Grizelda Huston Hull
to Captain Eichmond Pearson Hobson
took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Hull in this place today. The wed
ding was without display, owing to a
recent death of a relative. Captain
Hobson's brother, Lieutenant James M.
Hobson, was best man.
1931 4th Av.S.
r.i.,Ao N. W.-S. 49 & S. 221.
Qreen Onions Is
Lettuse S 5
Radishes bunlLs 5c
Spinach lz& 6c
Pieplant pound Ic
GOLD MEDAL FLOUR
Always good, sack $3.10
Telephone your orders HI early to
^?-THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. fi^l^Pf^^ May 26, 1905
CAPTAIN MARTIN IS DEAD
DEATH CALLS PIONEER MINNE
SOTAN AND PROBCINENT MILLER
AT AGE OF 85.'
CAPTAIN JOHN MARTIN,
2: The Pioneer Resident, -.Who Me Last fjj
if: Night. $
Captain John Martin, a Minnesota
pioneer and resident of Minneapolis for
over half a century, died at 11 o'clock
last night at his farm home near Cam-
health Las Saturda he was com
uueon.sci.ous at noon Tuesday, and died
without regaining consciousness.
John Martin was bom at Peacham,
Vt.,- Aug. 20, 1820? the son of a New
farmer. At he
man on Connecticut19 riverbecame steamboat,flre-
before next summer. Several of the following this business for five years,
most valuable paintings were saved In 1849, with hosts of other New Eng-
from the fire and are now hung in the landers, he caught the gold fever of
Eussian school across the street from the "Forty-niners," and went to-Cal-
the ruined church. Services are being ifornia. 'At the end of a year he re-
held there. Several valuable paintings turned home with considerable money,
and altar decorations are now being Two years later his desire to see more
executed in Eussia and will be for-! ofe the great hih as fa as
warded when needed
Bishop Tikhon will return to Eussia'the village of St. Anthony (East Mm-
in about three years. The bishops to neapohs), and had resided this city
this country are never appointed for ever since.
life, as the physical strain of visiting! He engaged here first the steam-
the'churches thruout the country is too boat business, commandmg Jhe^ Falls
great for even the most hardy.
Mississippiwestnled I 185 5 locatedrat
City, and later entered the lumber busi
I ness,'establishing the John Martin Lum
ber company. Still more recently 'he
engaged in flour milling and at the
time of his death was president of the
Northwestern Consolidated Milling com
Captain Martin leaves a grandson,
Brown, and two brothers, Chester
M. Martin of Minneapolis and Charles
IS. Martin of Northfield. In 1849 heparison
married Jane B. Gilfillan, a. sister of
James B. Gilfillan of this city. Hi's wife
I died, in 1886 and their only child, Mrs.
Eugene M. Brown, died four years ago.
SO THASKS AID
Southerner's Resolutions Extoll
ing Roosevelt Cause Disorder
in a Parliament.
Washington, May 26.The Southern
Industrial parliament was thrown into
disorder late yesterday over the ques
tion of the adoption of resolutions pre
pared by W. A. Irwin of Durham, N. C,
commending President Eoosevelt
zeal in pressing forward the construc
tion of the isthmian canal, which
promises "incalculable aid the ex
tension and upbuilding of our export
trade for cotton manufactures and
other products,'' and calling upon him
to lend his aid thru the department of
commerce and labor in relieving the
present depressing conditions surround
ing the cotton industry.
Addressing the parliament upon his
resolution, Mr. Irwin said the south
needed help at this time and the par
liament was here to call for help, lne
man of the hour to whom the delegates
should look, he declared, amid applause,
was President Eoosevelt, who he be
lieved could and would help. Presi
dent Eoosevelt, he said, was the great
est man in the country today, who not
only had the power but the mind and
the will to help. The south, he said,
needed something else besides immi
gration of labor, and that was to en
courage and extend to the markets of
the world cotton manufactured goods.
But what was needed more than any
thing else was the guarding of .the
trade already established in the Orient
and which now seemed to be threat
ened with dire disaster on account of
the present laws prevailing, in this
country. Further commending the
president, Mr. Irwin said he was a man
who has a way of doing things, "and
he added, amid more applause, he
is our president of the south as well
as of the north, or the east .or the
west, and to him we are* looking for
A* number of delegates interrupted
and expressed their willingness to
leave- the solution of the question
the president's hands.
LA CROSSE. WIS.-The marriage of Miss
Eelma Olson and Henry Peterson, both of Hous
ton. Minn., took place yesterday Justice John
A. Daniels officiating.-Miss Lizzie Smito and
.Tacob Rackner were united In marriage last
S at the home of the bride's parents.
The mlrriage of James Hogan and Miss Grace
Pettlngill Is announced to take place May 31.
MANKATO, MINN.Invitations have been re
ceived in the city for the marriage of
Bdythe B-wing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
A Ewlng of Boise. Idaho formerly of Mankato
and Joseph Kelley Perrault. The murtecm
take Dlace at St. Michael's cathedral in Boise,
on June 14. Mr. Bwing was formerly county
treasurer of Blue Earth county.
JANESVILLB. MINN.Eugene Diendonne of
this place and Miss Margaret Irwin of Minne
apolis were married this week at the bride
home. They will -eslde in Janesyille.
MINN.Mrs. Emma Jane Wood
man, aged 74, died at the home of her son,
A. H. Woodman, after a short illness of pneu
monia. She returned three weeks ago from Cali
fornia. She was a pioneer resident of Minne
sota, having settled with her husband at Fari
bault when Rice county contained only seventeen
white inhabitants. The funeral was held today.
BGAN. S D.Albert Puller, aged 19. died
last evening of appendicitis, after an illness of
only twentv-four hours. leaves a father,
mother, one brother and four sisters.
BLUE EARTH. MINN.L. L. Stiles an early"
settler, and along time resident of Blue Earth,
died here and was buried from the Methodist
church under the auspices of the Masons.
ST. CLOUD. MINN.John Rengel of Brooten
died today of tuberculosis, iged 47.
SIOUX CITY, IOWAC. N Chlttenton of
New York citv, millionaire, founder of fifty-nine
Florence Orittenton homes for fallen women in
the United States, who is here this week, an
nounces that he will hold a series of evangelist
meetings in the resorts of Sioux City*, -r^ ^r\.
SPIRIT LAKE, IOWA.A nonpartisan and
Interdenominational temperance convention called
by the antisaloon league will meet here on
Wednesday and be addressed by Dr. I N. Mc
Cash of Des Moines, state superintendent of the
BISBEE, N. D.The Towner County Land com
pany has Incorporated with a capital of $10,000.
Incorporators. C. E. Dinehart and F. D. Week
of Slayton. Minn. S. A. Hastling *nd A. Ege
land of Bisbee.
FIRE INSURANGE PROFITS
COMPANIES MADE. BIG RATIO IN
MOT MINNESOTA CITIES DUR-
Fire losses in Minnesota cities last
year were, as a rule, small in com
to the premiums paid. The
Boutell fire swelled Minneapolis losses
to a larger proportion than usual, ag
gregating $1,018,248.45 paid out by the
insurance companies, against $1,479.-
376.67 received in premiums. Brainerd's
disastrous fire put that city's losses
far in excess of the premiums paid,
but good profits were made by the
companies in other cities.
Insurance Commissioner T. D. O 'Brien
is having a table prepared showing
paid and premiums received in
each city. Those which paid premiums
in excess of $40,000 are as follows:
St. Paul 787,896.79
Re3 Wing' 44,808.58
SOLDIER ESCAPES GUARD
Charles Clemens, Under Arrest for De
sertion, Cannot Be Found.
Charles Clemens, a prisoner at Fort
Snelling, charged with desertion, es
caped from the guards yesterday and
is still at liberty. He was working
on the rock crusher in charge of Wil
liam Halpin. As Halpin turned his
back Clemens 'dashed for the bushes
and eluded the other guards who pur
sued him. Altho squads were sent out
in every direction the man could not
be found. The police thruout the north
west have been notified.
PAGE, N. D.Aug Inngnitsch, a farmer, lost
has barn and ten head of horses by fire.
KENMARE. N Burglars secured $100
worth of goods from McMonagle Bros.' hardware
store. One arrest has been made. A team of
horses were stolen the same night.
In some matrimonial combines the woman is
the better half, and in some others she imagines
she's the whole thing.
HUDSONS DIAMOND S
We have gone through a tremendous
quantity of our small diamonds and
have picked out one hundred of them
that are especially suitable for soli
taire mountings and will sej/l them in
Tiffany settings, solid gold rings at
$25 to $75.
Ail Are the Famous
This pertains to the shape of the
diamondone-third of .the stone above
the "crown." two-thirds belowthis
cutting develops every particle of the
brilliancy of the diamondCrown cut
tings are the finest in the world.
This sale affords an opportunity for
selection of diamond rings for grad
uation that will appeal to those pa
rents who wish to secure stones of
the finest water and cutting.
J. B. HUDSON & SON,
JEWELERS & DIAMOND IMPORTERS,
519 Nicollet, Minneapolis.
Days are here.
Get your Cameras,
-at ..rbf: i
Pine Bye Glass &
624 Nicollet Ave., near 7th.
Every Saturday hereafter, we
will have on sale Saturday Cake
Specials" at reduced prices.
Our regular 25c maple Oream
Our regular 20c Oream Loaf
Our regular 20c Butter Scotch
Notice our appetizing display of
high grade good things to eat at
our various salesrooms
Strawberry Short Cake, each lO
Old Fashioned Fruits, indi
viduals, dozen 15
Do not overlook ordering for Sun
day. We have a large assortment
of rolls, pies, 22 kinds of bread,
etc. Salesrooms: 822 Nicollet 12th
St, and 3rd Aves. 46 7th St. S
620 Hennepin Ave.
Any article advertised can be or
dered through your Grocer.
39 and 41
Dnffy's Malt 85c
Ramsey's Scotch JSi8Se..$
BhoderickDhn?SSt-S^:$1.25 Gold Lion Cocktails Saf^tfifi
per bottle &I.UU
Wilson Whiskey IJS&J^'.Mc
Bine Ribbon Beer "jgj-j
Casefleer'PlJui^.'.^:".$2.00 Weil Bye 2 ^^....$1.00
A beautiful Tray with each bottle.
Sherry Wine SSJSfefi^
TELEPHONE YOUR ORDERS
W deliver to your home.
N. W. Main-271, 173.
Twin City-815, 173.
Open from 6 a.m. Till Midnight
Special department. System
atic care by experts. Absolute
charges. Both phones or postal
612 NICOLLET AVENUE.
E. Albretht & Son.
uAe $2 Jrfatter
411 NICOLLET AVE.
Showing in its magnificent
entirety the line of
Brigham Hopkins Co.
Pioneer Straw Hat Makers
of the world.
All Kinds of Green Vegetables.
224 Hennepin Av. N
All Kinds of Mill WoA
GET OUR PRICBSM^
No Charge for Medical Treat
ment or Examinations, it
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
What You Want
When your garments and household
goods are to be French Dry Cleaned
you want Good work at Right Prices.
That's just what we will give you.
Send your next work to US and get
the benefit of our Good Service
Twin City Dye Works
Both Phones. French Dr Cleaners.
816 NICOLLET AV.
13 So. 7th St.