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*f GENERAL PRODUCE
.Official quotations of the Minneapolis
J- Produoe Exchange, corrected up to 12 m
'.Monday, Sec. 4,
BUTTERReceipts Satr.rdayr 12.835 pounds..
Creameries, extra, -ZS'^c creameries, firsts,'
221/ac fined, 11@111/2L'
.^MERCHANTS OF FINE CLOTHES.
'5th, 6th, 7th FloorsManufacturing Workrooms,'Laundry.
tl| FloorQustQm Tailoring. 3d FloorFURS.
2d FloorFor .WOMENCloaks, Suits, Waists, Millinery, etc.
FloorFor MEN and BOYSClothing, Furnishings, Hats.
If ^ou have not participated in The Plymouth's
great nimmage sale of
Ypsilanti and Other Good Makes of
Underwear Half and Nearly Half Price
Do so now, for this week will surely clear everything
in sight of the slightly soiled and mussed garments.
W must have the room for holiday goods. Note
some of the hundreds of kinds. i
Women's $1 wool Vests and Tights, now 50c.
Women's $1.25, $1.50 Swiss wool mixed Vests and Tights, 85c.
Women's excellent quality Union Suits, now 85c.
Women's silk and wool mixed Vests and Tights, now $1.35.
Women's $3 wool mixed Union Suits, now $1.75.
Women's $3.50 mercerized silk union suits, now $1.75.
300 straggling pieces women's & children's underwear, 25c.
'.v Children's 60c Union Suits, now 25c.
And hundreds of odd pieces Dr. Jaeger's, Ypsilanti, Merode,
Forest Mills and other good makes of underwear in the HALF
PRICE lots. Do not miss this opportunity.
Rummage Sale of Slightly Soiled Other Good Things
Women's 25c and 35c Neckwear for 10c.
Women's 75c tailored Belts for 25c.
Women's $2 Belts with jeweled buckles for 50c.
Women's and children's 50c Golf and silk-lined Gloves for 25c.
Women's & children's $1 sample Goif and silk-lined Gloves, 50c.
Women*'s $2 and $3 Corsets for 50c.
Women's slightly soiled Muslin Underwear One-fourth off.
To start the Holiday Shopping with vim we offer
these vigorous values:
Women's $3.50 Shopping Bags for $1.25.
Women's $4= Italian Silk Vests for $2*50.
Women's $1.75 fine pure thread silk Stockings for 95c.
Women's -$3 pure thread silk Hosiery, silk emb. ankles for $2.
Women's $4 pure thread silk Hosiery, emb. ankles for $2.50.
Women's $5 pure thread silk Hosiery, silk* emb. ankles for $3.50.
Visit this new department, it will save you money
on Fans, Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear, Necklaces, Do
Collar Necklaces, Shopping, Carriage and Opera
:^Bas ^eckwear, Auto Scarfs, Belts, Brooches, Side
*and Back Comes, Kimonas, etc. Everything ready to
$ wear for women.
The Plymouth Corner, Sixth and NicolleU
A recetit and beautiful discovery in photography.
'4. A r^re blending of lens aind line, ^j^ ppasesjsinfir
the effect of a dry tom etefcing, perfected-and
introduced exclusively by
The SWEET STUDIOS,
Sittings by Appointment. Syndicate Arcade.
Tool Leather and Tools for School CHildren
All colors of leatherImported leather stains.
Everything for teachers and scholars/
J. A. CLOW .&" CO., 806^ Nicollet Ave
f\TA\TV CI 'II MOS DELICIOUS PIES,
I iMUMi fcjUI/IL,FRUITCAKES.PUDDINGS
IN 2-PIE 10C PACKAGES
creameries, Seconds, 20%c dairies, ex
tras, 21c dairies, firsts, 18c dairies, .seconds,
15c rolis and prints, fancy, 18c rolls and
pianis,, choice, 15c renovated, firsts, 10y2c
renovated, choice, 16c ludles, firsts, 19c ladles,
seconds, 15c packing stock, fresh, sweet, luc
stale packing stock, less.
EGGSReceipts Saturday, ul cases. Cur
rent receipts, No. 1, case count, case, $7.25
current receipts. No. 1. candied, dozen, 28c
fresh dirties, candled, case, $4.50 checks and
seconds, candled, $4.50 cold storage, candled,
doz, 21%c cold storage, at mark, car lots
CHEES3Twins or fiats, fancy, paraffined or
unparaffined, 14c choice, paraffined or nnparaf
flned, 12@12Mc good,
fair, paraffine unparaffined
ltX^llc. Daisies, fancy, twins or flats, 14c
choice, twins or flats, 12Va@13c off grades,
twins or flats, lo@ll%c- Young Americas, fan
cy in quality and reieular in style. 14c choice,
12V-.J18c off .grades, 10@ll%c: Brick, No. 1.
paruffii^d or unparaffined, 14c No. 2, paraffined
or uhparaffined, 11A@12C off "grades, paraffined
or unparaffined, 507c. Limburger, No. 1, 12%c
No. 2, ll%G12c off grades, 5@7c. Swiss,
fancy loaf, ltfc choice, 13@14c off grades,
!)@llc fancy block, 14c choice blocfl. ll12c
'off grades, 8fSil0c pultost, No. 1, 9%c pultost,
off grades, 5&8c primost, No. 1, 7c prlniost,
off grades, SfuiCc.
ONIONSSpanish, crate, $1.75 Globe, per 100
GRAPESConcords, basket, 30c Malagas, per
keg. light weighty' $0.50 heavy weight, $7.50
medium weight, $7 Catawbas, basket. 20c.
CRANBERRIESJerseys, bra, $11 bu, $3.75
late Howes, nrl. $12.50.
WESTERN FRUITSPears, Winter Nellis,
box, $3.25 Fears. Kidfers, box, $2.50 Emperor
grapes, crate, $2.50.
CABBAOBh-iTse crate. $3.
BEANSQuotations Include sacks.*. .Fancy
favy, *u, $2 choice navy. $1.65 medium navy,
*firstname.lastname@example.org mixed and dirty, 40@70c .brown,
fancy, $2.25 brown, fair to good, $email@example.com
Lima, California, per lb, 6^c
i.. FISHPike.' lb, 8c pickerel, '5c crappies,.
*'7@8c bullheads, dressed, "5@6e -sunflsch,
fierch, etc., 3@5c.
fc POULTRYDressed, undrawn turkeys, fancy,
16c:- -choice, 14%c old toms, 15c culls,-
4tl0c: chickens, springs, fancy, ,11c springs,
good, 9@lo hens, fancy, 10c hens,fair 'to good
""*and-small, 8@9c old roosters and nulls, 5@6c:
?ducks, fancy heads off, lie ducks, fair to good,
9@10c geese, fancy, heads off, 9c geese, fair
to good, 8c.
LIVE POULTRYRoosters, 5c hens, 7e
prings, 8c geese, 8c turkeys, large, fat,
112%|C? thin, small 8@10c ducks, young, white,
,c 'ducks, vyoung colored, 8%c.
PIGBONS^-Tame. live, young or old, doz. 85c
dead. 60(^70c .jsquabs. jesters, fancy selected,
Hve or dead, $firstname.lastname@example.org small, poor and' thin,
ORANGESFlorldas. box, $3.25 Mexicans, $3
California navels, $3.25.
LEMUNS-VCalifoinia, fancy, $5 choice, $4.75.
APPLESBen Davis, $4.50@5 20-ounce *Pip
ftplns, $4.50 Jonathans, $5.50j?6 Kings, $5
Oeneions, $3.50 Winesaps, $4.50 Grimes Gold
j n, $5 Tallman Sweets, $5.25 Greenings, $4.25
a4.50 Baldwins, $email@example.com Bellflowers bu box,
$1.75@2 Jonathans, box, $2.75 Gano, box, $!J.25
r iiaaini uv. ITS v, fannr, ov..
fair to good, 7%c veal, -small and overweight,
3'/^@4^c mutton, fancy, 6@7c mutton, thin
and overweight, 4@5c lambs, yearlings, choice
to fancy, 10c-r thin or overweight, 4@5c hogs,
RABBITSJacks, doz, $firstname.lastname@example.org cottontails,
BANANAS-^-Jmnbo bunches, $2.75@3^ large
bunches, $email@example.com medium bunches, $1.75@2.
DRIED PEASYellow, fancy, bu $1.50 yel
low, medium, $1.25 green, fancy, $1.50 green,
medium, $1.10 marrowfat, $2.
VEGETABLESBeans, string, bu, $3.75
beans, wax. bu, $4 beets, bu, 50c cauliflower,
crate, $3.50 carrots, bu, 50c celery, doz, 25
50c celery, California, crate, $4.50 doz, 75@
85c cucumbers.-doz, $1.50 egg plant 'doz, $2.50
@3 garlic, 10@12c lettuce, leaf. 30c lettuce,
head, doz. 75c mint, 40c onions, green, doz
bunches, 25c onions,., shallots, doz bunches, $1
parsley, doz, 30c peppers, green, per basket,
75c radishes, round, doz bunches, 50c squasb,
doz, $1 spinach, bu, 75c turnips, bu, 40c to
matoes, California, 4-basket crate, $2.25 home
grown, lb, 15c watercress, doz, 30c.
HONEYExtra fancy white, 1-lb sections, 14c
fancy wtite, 1-Ib sections, 13c choice white,
1-lb sections, 10c amber, 13c: goldenrod, 12c
extracted white, in cans, 7%c extracted amber,
in cans, -7c:
POTATOES-rCarlots, sacked,, white,' bu, 55c
red," carlots, sacked, bu, 50c small lots. 5c
more sweets, Illinois, brl, $4 Iowa, brl, $3.
BUCKWHEAT FLOURFancy, brls, $6.25
bales', 100 lbs, $3.25 choice, brls, $6 bales, 1O0
FEESH iiir 0TJTS.
Minneapolis, Dec. 4.r'The wholesale market
quotations on fresh beef cuts today were as fol
No. 1 ribs, 14c No. 2 ribs, 8c No. 3 ribs, 6c
No. loins. 16c: No. 2 loins,' 10c:-No.-3 loins,
8c No. 1 chucks. 5c: No. 2 chucks, 4c No. 3
chucks,. 8^c No. 1 rounds, 5^c No. 2 rounds,
5c No. 3 rounds. 4%c No. 1 plates, 3c No. 2
plates, 2^'c No. 2 plates, 2c.'
Annual Convention Minnesota State
Dairymen's Association, Mankato,
Minn., Dec. 13-14, 1905.
^For the above occasion the Chicago
Great Western railway will sell tickets'
to Mankato at only one fare plus one
third for the round trip. Tickets on
sale rBec. 11 and. 12. Pinal return
limit'Dee. 15. For further information
apply to E. H., Heard, general agent,
corner Nicollet avenue and Fifth,.street,
"Merit Wins Every Time' V-No
man with a keen appreciation of whis-.
key goodness is, ever disappointed in
On-Dec. 4, the new line of the Soo be
tween Thief River Falls and Kenmare
will'be open for-business. Call at 119'
Third street S for full particulars'.
THTN HE JUMPED."
The clock struck 12.
"Ah," observed the young man, "it is time to
think of going."
"Mr. Lingerlong," said the young woman.
DRBSSHD MEATSVeal, fancy, lb, 8%c veal,.* I bope .you. .are, rapid thinker." ^.WlV maid of
A woman either loves or hates
she knows no medium."Syrus.
be from 2:
Mrs. F. E. Pettit was hostess at a
euchre party, this afternook' at th'o
Plaza.. Eighteen guests were enter
Mrs. Charles F. Haglin will receive at
her home, 321 Eighth street S Wednes
day afternoon. /The guests have been
invited in two
4 and fro 4- 6
Mrs. Paul Higbee will be the honor
guest at a tea to be given by Mrs. A. E
Higbee and Mrs. Earle G. Nunally at
the home of Mrs. Nunally, 2924 Park,
avenue, Friday afternoon, Dec. 15.
hours will be from 3 to 6 o'clock. Mrs.
Higbee came to Minneapolis as a bride
last May she was formerly Miss Louise
Day of Milwaukee.
The marriage of Miss Mamye M.
Faunce and Eichard H. Eainville, took
place yesterday at 3:30 p.m. at the home
of the bride's parents, 1012 Western
avenue. Eev. GL* L. Morrill read the
service in the presence of a large group
of friends and'relatives. The decora
tions were in yellow chrysanthemuma
Following the service a supper was
served. Mr. and Mrs. Eainville will be
at home at 1012 Western avenud. Mji
and Mrs. Arthur Pletcher of Ada, Minn,
were in Minneapolis for the wedding.
John Birkholz entertainect at dinner
at the Plaza Saturday evening. Cov
ers were laid for ten.and the guests
were E. Yates, F. W. Clifford, A. S.
Brooks, H. B. Waite, L. Eich, George
Gillette, C, T. Jaffray, J. S. Bradstreet
and Walter J. Keith. The decorations
were in green, with ferns arid trailing
The Beta Kappa Theta sorority gave
a progressive dinner Saturday. Courses
were served at the homes of Jessie
Stearns, Francelle Smith, Florence Turn
quist and Edna Lampertj. Covers were
laid for twenty-five.
A double wedding took place at the
home of Mrs. E. A. Blegen, 2443 Six
teenth avenue S, Thanksgiving evening,
when her daughter Anna was married
to Henry Weeks of Centerville, S. D.,kins
and Miss Martina Bagaasen was mar
ried to the son of .Mrs: Blegeh, Edward
E. Blegen. -Eey. K.. Falk G,iertsen read
the service at 6 o'clock, in the pres
ence of only the intimate relatives f
H. W. Malcolm gave a Thanksgiving
cotillion for his children's classes Sat-^
urday afternoon in Masonic Temple. A
variety of pretty favors were brought
by the girls and boys. In one figure
caTds with hand-painted pictures rep
resenting Thanksgiving delicacies were
distributed arid matched 'for partners.
The* sleighbell figure was also- much en
joyed. Little Eunice Mitchell gave a
fancy dance during the afternoon.
Wednesday afternoon Mr. Malcolni
gave a Thanksgiving informal in tne
hall on E Twenty-fifth .street, which
was decorated with chrysanthemuni,S.
Frappe was served from a flower-decked
table: in-the piriel window.
Saturday e'yeriing the nigh-school
class had.dts. holiday, party htvfclp&eT'>
Twenty-fifth street hall.
One of the out-of-tpwn weddings
which took place on Thanksgiving Day
in Chicago was of much interest to Min
neapolis people arid particularly to.the
congregation of the Church of the Ee-They
deemer, as the bridegroom was Eev.
Everett Dean Ellenwood, formerly as
sistant pastor of the Churcb of ^th'e Ee
deemer and now pastor of the XJniveu
salist church in Atlanta Ga. Mr. Ellen
wood married Miss Florence Ashcr'aft,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edw^n M.
Ashcraft, and the ceremony was very
uietly performed at the family hbine,
Kimbark avenue, Chicago. Dr.
Marion D. Shutter went down Wednes*
day evening to read the seWi6e, -'Miss
Anna Cooper was the maid of,honor
and Frederick E. Ungers of Minne
apolis was best riian. Mrs. E. E. But
ters, and ,i\ Butters of Minneapolis,
were among the guests.
Mr. Ellenwood has been assistant
pastor of the Church of tne Eedeemer
for the past two years. He wlas or
dained in the church last fall, arid the
call to Atlanta, Ga., was accepted by
him, as it opened a broader field of Work
for a young ruiriister. While his large
circlS of friends cannot fail but rejoice
at the advancement in his work, his
departure is a loss and one which is
keenly felt. Mr. Ellenwood left last
Sunday night for Chicago, and spent
the few days preceding' his marriage
in that city. The wedding cereinony
was followed by a luncheon and in
formal reception. Mr..and Mrs. Ellen
wood left in the evening for their new
home and Mr. Ellenwood preached his
first sermon in the 'Atlanta church
Miss Edith E. Stern and Percy W.
Taylor were quietly married Thanks
giving afternoon at their future home,
2018 Girard avenue N. Mr. and
Taylor left for a short trip to Dulttth.
The marriageof Mies Claranae Pierce,
daughter of Orrin li. Pierce .of 71 Sev
enteenth street N, and' George N.
Crabbe of Yori'kers, N. Y., took place
at the home of Mrs. J. P. M. Wheeler
at Monsey, N. J., Wednesday. .Mr
Crabbe.is a graduate of the Minnesota
university and nolds a responsible posi
tion with the Otis Elevator company in
Ypnkers, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Crabbe
will be at home after Dec. 15 at 81 Val
entine lane, Yonkers.'
Of interest to a host of Minneapolis
residents is the arinouncemerit of a mar
riage which took place at Grove City,
Minn., Wednesday. The bride was
Miss Minnie Lindell, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. CCH. Lindell, of Grove City,
and Dr. Arne A. Steriisrod was the
bridegroom. Mrs. Stemsrod is a grad
uate of the Northwestern1'hospital,
t9ndant was Otto Lindell of Minneapo
of 1903, arid Dr. Steriisrod is a popular
young physi6ian of Dawson, Minn. The
service was read in the Swedish Luth
eran church amidst beautiful appoint
ments of pink blossoms and palms. The
altar and pews were banked in green
arid pink carnations and pink chrysariL
themums made a charming setting.
Rev. Mr. Shoberg of Atwater read thB
service at 5 o'clock, and a large group
df frierids and relatives were present.
Miss Ella Birch,of Litchfield, Minn.,
presided at the organ and-played the
"Lohengrin" bridal chorus as the pro
cessional arid Hearts arid Flowers''
song during.-the readings of: the service.
The bride wore a gown of white net
over white*taffeta arid. her. flowers were
white roses. Misses Mary Scrap.
Palmouist of Litchfield, Anna Nelson
and Josie 9
oi 'Grov City wer
the* "bridesmaids and tho ushers were O.
Lund, C. Christianson of Dawson,
George Borchart of Minneapolis and V,
Lofstrom of Grove City.
E. Lofstrom of Grove
the Wedding a STeceptjon
the-townlnair and a-Httrtrhr
son, Minn., after Jaw. 15.
PERSONAL AND SOCXAXV
The women of the First Congregational
church will have a fair in the church parlors
Tuesday,' Dec. 12.
Miss Martin of Chicago,, who has. been, visit
ing Mrs. W. I). Martin at her home on Ridgewood
avenue, returned to her'heme last night..
Miss Katherine Noyes of Milwaukee has re
turned to her home. MisnNoye canie to Minne
apolis on a visit with Mrs. A. H. Bright for the
hostesses' ball last week.
Miss Louise Cummings Winthrop was a guest
of friends in Boston during the Thanksgivine
recess at Smith college., Miss, Winthrop will
come home fqr the Christmas vacation.
The Ladies* Benevolent and Social union of
the Park Avenue Congregational chnrch will hold
its annual sale of aprons, dolls and fancy arti
cles in the church parlors, tomorrow at 2:30
p.m., and will continue thru the evening.- At
6:30 o'clock a chickenpie supper will be served.
Members are requested to leave-all donations in
the -church parlors.
Minneapolis people at New York hotels are as
follows: Waldorf, P. H. Currier Manhattan,
Miss B. Quinlan Aster, C. Rasmussen Cos
mopolitan, G. W. Code Grand Union, E.
Cook Broadway Central, G. M.
O' Neil, G. W. Reed St. Denis, Jr.Bead,Verhoeff.A.B.
Marlborongh, ,E. P. Allen Victoria, A. W.
Smith Imperial,, C. W. Smith Murray HinY
S. J. Mnrton.
Miss Pearl Gordon,: entertained the Aurora
"Borealis Social olub at her home, 412 Hennepin
avenue, Friday evening at an
selections and Miss Gordon and Ralph Dorsett
sang. Present were Misses, Susie Stevens, Frah
cesca Engstrom, Evelyn Dahl,' Lilliam Anderson
Aleda Falleen. Martha Sba, Elsie Lindahl,
Estter Hyde, Nellie "Wilson, Agnes Sleeper, Mar
garet Gunderson, Messrs. Sabom, Carpenter, Dor
sett, Hubbard, Anderson, Verrel, Lindahl, Muir,
Mills, Sleeper, Seba, Marlon and Walter .Darling
ahd Cnelgard. CLUBS AJND CHARITIES
Annual ineeting, Maternity hospital^
at the hospital, 10:30 a.m.
Unity club of First Congregational
church, Mrs. George Ri Merrill, 951
Fourteenth avenue SE, 2:30 p.m.
District .'meeting,' Rebekah lodges, 1,
O. O. FM 415 Fourteenth avenue SE,'
Ttr.esday eiub, Mrs. W. I. Carpenter,
2201 Hennepin avenue, 2:30 p.m.
Minnesota Branch 6f Association of
Collegiate. Alumnae, directors' room,
public library, afternoon.
Oliver Wendell Holmes club, Mrs. F.
E. Hobbs, 2217. Polk street, afternoon.
Pathfinders. Mrs.. \fi. E. Guernsey^
3232 Franklin -averiue ,a:30 p.m.
College Woineii's Tea.
Mrs. J. B. FrankioTter and Miss Fir
will be the hostesses at the college
women's tea tomorrow afternoon in the
directors' rooiri of-the public library.
For the college rwoinen. the tea,s aie
proving nn attractive .iaejajaa of fiirtlier
mg their social interests.and the col
v-i s-5\ '&\* itL'.
Westminster Social circle will not meet tnls
week. The next meeting will be at the home of
Mrs. James Paige, -141^ 'Yale place. Tuesday
afternoon Dec. 12, and it swill be a thimble bee.
Thft Ramblers club will hold it first
at the, home of Mrs.- -f
is handled by:fcapabJe cdniedliiris 'headed
by "Jolly Zeb," the well-known imper
sonator! The costuming is especially,
elaborate and there are several changes
during the first act. The girls are all
pretty, dance well and have much better
voices than others, recently seen here.
Much of the music has been written ex
clusively for this company and is catchy
The vaudeville list contains some novel
acts. Le Clede and Raymond present
their clown act outside the circus tent
and make a hit, whUe Palfrey Barton
the London Act is-a- success from a, nov
elty standpoint. Zeb and Harrow have
clever sidewalk conversation act thatt
takes well and a trio of singers sing the
The best number on the program I*
that bf Marie Stuart Dodd, a violinist
of rare ability, ifer classical selections
are played with a rriaster: hand and she
is' compelled to respond to several en
cores. Lewis Prifjskow, a yoddler and
impersonator, keeps the house in an up
iroar with his ICatzenjammer act.
The closing, burlesque is called "Thru
the Clouds," and'.during the act some
rare scenic effects are worked out. There
more good music and comedy and the
show is not allowed to lag at the end.
Christmas Holiday Excursion Bated
Via the Nickel Plate road between Chi
cago and Buffalo. Dates of sale. Dec
23, 24, 25, 30 and 81, 1905, and Jan. 1,
1906f at, a fare and a third for the
round trip, with return limit of Jan. 3,
1906. Through- train service to New
York c^ity, Boatori and other easterri
points No excess fare. Individual
club meals served in Nickel Plate din
ing cars.... Three through trains daily
from La iSalle and Van Buren street
station, the only depot in Chicago on
the elevated loop,.
Change of Time.
The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Commencing Sunday, November 19,
train No. 6The Royal Blue Limited
will leave Grand_ Central Passenger
Station, Chicago, at 5 p.m. Instead
3:30 p.m., and will .arriv
Baltimore, 5:50 p.m., Philadelphia, 8:19
pint'., New York* 10:40 p.m., the same as
with the old schedule thus reducing the
time one hour arid thirty minutes*'.. No
excess fare will be charged on this fast
limited train. All other trains will ar
rive and depart'the lariie as formerly.
Stop-over, is 41owd:"at Washington,
Baltimore a^nd^ Philadelphia, not to ex
ceed ten days at each, place, on'-all firs^
class through tickets^
All cases of w^eak orlariie ba$kj'back
ache, rheumatism, will findJ
party." The guests, wore old-fajthloned costumes'
and the games and refreshments were appropri
ate. Bed. carnations and ferns brightened the
library, white carnations and" ferns, were in the
parlors, and the decorations In the dining room
were pink carnations and pink-shaded lights.
Misses Dabl, Bngstrom Nand
Hubhard ahd.Seba gave:
a program of musical
Walte H.sCobbanreview 271 2
West Forty-third street^ tomorrow at 2 p.m.
The club has been studying Spain and the re
viewvr\ll be a general one.
Missionary society of
Wesley church will have a social at the home
Of Mrs. W. G. Benjanttny 8115 Calhoun boule
vard tomorrow e*enlngr's
The Shakspere club will'liold its regular meet
ing tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Joseph Kil
"Ch^lrles, iDauphin* of JS'fance," will be read by
"Charles, Bauphin of Frances," will be read by
Mrs. Jennie B. Greenly* and a ftaper on "Jack
Cade," wlU be, read Mrs. -ilrnest N. Col
well, Act I. and- II. of^ KingioSenry VL, wilt be
read by the xaemtetlpnti the club, and the char
acters have hCea assigtaed.
A coiriptexioh satin smooth and fair'given by
Satin skiii powder. Pour tints.
Prove a Lively'Lot of Entertainers
at the pewey.
Good,-live. burlesiU with catchy songs
and novel features Is preserited 'by the
Drearnland Biirlesfluers at |he Dewey
theater this week.
The company is a new one, but many
of the stars are old friends. The open
ing burlesque^ "Atithe Circus," Is en
tirely, new arid affords excellent oppor
tunities for gome
-good,s featuresj aridhcora-
T$i pieS i |^U .das and
wearing one of Garter's Smart Weed
and Beljadonria -Backache Plasters.
.Price.25 cents.-' Try^theM.:|^^1g|
On Dec. 4. The new, line of the SOD
.between Thief River Falls and Ken
mare. Call at, 119 Third street S for
full particulars. j&~ygJ
11* i'" ^*s.. i*
Temperance .litereases. Enjoyment.''
I In drinking well as in other things.
of Minneapolis, the'Drink Pickwick'^e^Moderately an-
honor Jfnd the bridegroom's' at- regularly.aria 'twill\dp you goM. i
.E sure your Christmas Pres
ents are useful. For instance
A silk SEWING BAG* We
5 Snake these up ourselves in ail/
styles arid Shades of ribbons. A
nice idea is to drop in and order
a bag made up that will match a
dress of the friend yon aire going
to give it to.
These bags sell as cheap as
$1.26 and as high as $2.50.
Put some on your list.
i*5 BracK^tt m.
sweet, Vi gallon
^S'3SBirl.::...$l.iOc..2iJSS.^^...tsr Butterine I ..J best quality,
LaiU per lb...
Mince Meat remad*
Mapls Syrup f$!Xi.
lAiAjl French prepared,
IHUSiarU gallon juss....
I AMA4k or Orange Peel,
Dttl*In Seeded. 1-pound f.
a.m Washingtone ,a
Corn Meal fisrf....*.:...-.
Pino Choice Japan,
Lima Beans p'eTi
CH Monarch, 10 large
Lenox Soap oar...
Toilet Paper &R8&i,l?VE
perdox. W W
Berkshire Sausage 1? 20c
aSattve p^omo Qiniime
GnrwaGoMinOaeDay,C rpa 2 D*y
,'u i 'lit, fr, i 1
:/jh...~ tj, frci
and their failure brings to jabu the
an opportunity seldom if ever en=
joyed by any community at this
season of the year. Compare the
black and red prices you will be
astounded at the Savingi
The store will not open until 10 tfclock
Tuesday morning. Time must be had
to readjust stocks after Monday's rush.
WM, E. MWSE, Trustee
Beach's Gfytetine Hand Soap
I had made more abundant and
conscientious! preparations than
ever before to supply your wants
for Winter 1905 6, Everything:
that one could wish or heart desire
they bought in Quantities, includ-
ing special Christmas |hings
Dolls, Games, Jewelry,
I you wash for a family
Monday is a big day. Get Help! Don't try to make muscle do what
soap ought to do and what Peosta soap does do. Get Peosta at the nearest
grocery five bars, enough forfive?large washings cost 25 cents. Soak
the clothes in Peosta stidsinsblad of boiling them and see how easy it all is.
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