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There is some satisfaction in purchasing All-Right
Shoes for they are made of the very best leather and
are built to fit the feet, yet combining style with bliss
ful comfort. .. Come in all styles and shapes, and are
better than many $3.50 shoes sold.
Here are a few special prices for Monday only:
■ ft©fes»w_ s.~y%* One of the finest $2.50 line of fat Art
:''lSfflß Ladies' Vici Kid. Turned Oxford. Jh[,yQ
m B^ Monday Price V" 7U
S|o *-Vi%v .Here is another, just the kind for this time
Wg; J =£<^S\^|j Bjhfc of the year, ' Men's Box Calf, Freak
ut*^t^ NHQ ; &>5~i3?515& Tee Oxford, one of the best /?»<«l AH
$3.50 shoes in the city. 2)Zi/0
Monday price.... ..... _
Youths' Box Calf $1.50 Shoes. d»j /%*
Monday price v............................. tJjKutJ
NATIONAL AERIE OF THE EAGLES.
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CEO. P. WARD. LEONARD SCHWABBL. JOHN B. DEWITT. Chairman FRANK HI.MES JACK WACOLTA.
On June 3 the national aerie, Fraternal I
Order of Eagles-, will convene in Minne- j
ftpohs. li is expected that, in addition to i
over a thousand delegates, visiting merit- ]
bers of the order to the number of f..000 |
or 6,000 will be :"n the Twin Cities at that
time. Several of the delegations will
make their headquarters in St. Paul uur
lng the convention, and in order that all
Visiting Eagles who come to St. Paul
may be properly taken care of the local
aerio has appointed the gentlemen named •
in tin above picture as an entertainment !
committee. A liberal appropriation has I
been made to be used for this purpose |
and in addition to this the proceeds of a
big picnic, to be given on June 1. at
Harris park, will be available. St Paul
m?ri.» intends that its hospitality shall
hot be in any way stinted. '
N' WS OF THE
. The committee in charge of Memorial
day exercises has practically completed
all arrangements for that event, and the
day jwill be more thoroughly observed
than ever before. The services at the
Auditorium will be particularly notewor
thy. The Minnesota State band will fur
nish the instrumental music and the vo
cal quartette will be composed of Mrs
S. V. Harris, Mrs. V. S. Beckwith, Mr
H. E. George and Mr. H. E. Phillips
Prof Titcomb will be the accompanist
J F B Beckwith, the son of a Confed
erate officer, will recite The Memorial
day oration will be delivered by Hon. D.
yv. Lawler, and the several members will
t Better values than we offered you last week. If you did not
g^^^^S^^fe! buy then, Don't Miss This Sale. We purchased another lot of
J^t^zt* manufacturer's patterns. These are beautiful, high class,
fr^^^r/^^^ fresh, new and up-to-date Hats. Correct in style and material.
-Wf ¥ ' i Large Black Hats White Hats
Leghorns and Turbans
_^^^^^^^^ We bought them at a price which enables us to offer them to
y°^t Half Actual-Values. About 200 in the lot. The foL
lowing prices for' Monday:
tWe bought them at a price which enables us to offer them to
you *t Half Actual Values. About 200 in the lot. The fol
lowing prices for Monday:
Hats worth $15.00 &*? r A
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c< ye|||P^ Hats worth $10.00 €j?r g\g\
:--""._.' *"' Hats worth $5.00 &** ETri
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[ June 9 will be St. Paul day with the
delegates and visitors and a liberal se
ries of entertainments has been planned
for that occasion.
The Fraternal Order of Eagles has had
a most remarkable growth since its or
ganization two or three years ago. Some
of the leading men of the country are in
cluded in its membership, and scores of
notables will be present at the June con
vention. They will include mayors of
cities, noted legislators, politicians and
state officials from about every state in
the Union. The Twin Cities must event
ually reap large benefit from the adver
tising they will receive as a result of
In order to in some measure catch up
with application? for membership the
local aerie will this afternoon initiate a
contribute vocal solos. Arrangements have
been made with Chief of Police O'Con
nor to preserve the strictest order and
avoid the usual annoyances to the au
dience. Services at the cemeteries will
be thoroughly in keeping with the spirit
of the day, a*id buglers and firing details
have been arranged for every cemetery
in the city. All that remains now to
be done is to secure a good attendance
upon the parade, and civic societies are
urged again to promptly report if they
desire a place in the line of march. Chief
Marshal Hasenwinkle has issued his or
der for the parade, which will move
promptly at 2 o'clock, the head of the
column forming on Pleasant avenue and
Sixth street. The march will be down
Sixth street to Sibley to Seventh to Jack
son to Eighth, and Eighth to the Audi
torium, where the parade will be dismiss
v. v. r.
Woman's auxiliary to John A. Logan
regiment, U. V. U., had a card party
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MORE LITIGATION FOR
CLEVELAND VAPOR CO.
John F. Broderlck Brings Salt to
Enjoin City From Paying:
March Lighting Bill.
The papers-in the suit to enjoin the
city from paying the March light bill
of the Cleveland Vapor Lighting com
pany were filed in the district court yes
terday. John F. Broderick is the plain
tift' in this instance, and he bases his
claim for an enjoining order on tha
ground that the Cleveland company has
not been complying with its contract.
In respect to enjoining orders the
Cleveland company has been playing in
bad luck, no less than $3,600 of its money
being tied up. Andrew Schoch was the
first to stop tbe payment of a bill,
amo-unting to about $900, and now the
last named suits place in litigation the
sum of $2,191.
The local manager of the Cleveland
company attributes the hold-ups to the
activity of the American Development
company, which failed to capture the
lighting contract when the bids were
opened some weeks ago. Since the first
of the year the struggle for St. Paul's
litrhung contract has been one of con
stant litigation, and has cost both side 3
a pretty penny as a result.
class of nearly 150 men. St. Paul Eagle 3
also intend to make a grand showing in
the big parade in Minneapolis, and a very
handsome uniform has been ordered for
The officers of the local aerie, No. 33,
Worthy President—Fred C. Sehiffmann.
Worthy Vice President—B. D. Camp
Worthy Secretary—Jesse Foot.
Worthy Treasurer—Leonard Schwabel.
Worthy Chaplain—A. E. Donaldson.
Worthy Physician—Dr. E. H. Whit
Worthy Conductor—John T. McNabb.
Worthy Inside Guard—Doc Capon.
Worthy Outside Guard--J. H. Dubord.
Trustees—Dr. E. H. Haas, W. R. John
son, John H. Ives.
Thursday evening at Odd Fellows' hall,
Fifth and Wafoaeha streets. Progressive
euchre was played at twenty tables. The
prizes were won by Mrs. J. McGeary,
Miss Leo Ransom, C. J. Humason and
Sons of Veterans.
St. Paul Camp No. 1 met Friday even
ing in regular session, and mustered
in. soma candidates. Applications for the
Spanish war medals were passed upon
and forwarded to the national headquar
ters. The medals will be rresented a t a
special camp fire, with appropriate cere
I. O. O. F.
Grand Secretary A. A. Bolton has
promulgated a circular letter calling out
the fiftieth annual session of the grand
lodge, I. O. O. F. of Minnesota, which
will meet in St. Paul beginning June 11,
the session to be held in the hall of rep
resentatives at the state capitol. The
Rebekah assembly of Minnesota will con-
yens -p - th<t eems tma . in thY -"ieoats
chamber. Si>«ci4l ffttfn on the railroads
aro . antfelpated, ana on© of ; the i inter
esting features of the eesfeloSiriii be the
annual visit of the grand lodge to the
home at Northflsld.'- Details of this visit
will be announced when the session con
Home LiOdgraNo. 116, d. of R., tea
dered a surprise party to Miss Alice-Row
ley, 'of i Sherburne; avenue, on last • Wed
nesday evening. Miss Rowley has just
completed her second term as noble grand
of - the 'lodge. The members presented
her with a handsome leather rocker as
a token of their appreciation and esteem.
The new Odd Fellows' hall at Austin
was I dedicated with - appropriate ceremo
nies on last Wednesday. Grand Master
McGregor officiated. There were j many
present from surrounding towns and in
the evening a most interesting programme
was , tendered to the visitors at the opera
housft. : ._-.,, ;
Knights of Pythias.
The consolidation question of the St.
Paul lodges will come up in St. Paul
Lodge No. 43 next Tuesday for final dis
position. Grand Chancellor Georg-e P
Tawney will be present. The lodge wili
confer the third rank or. one esquire.
As the members have been thoroughly
notified, a large attendance is expected.
Washington Lodge No. 74 held a large
and very enthusiastic meeting last Wed
nesday night at Castle hail, Bowlby
block, corner Sixth and Robert. The
third rand was conferred upon two can
didates, Grand Chancellor George P.
Tawney assisting in the work, after
which, together with P. C. A. Poupeney
and J, F. Angle, they addressed the lodge
on consolidation, urging Washington
lodge members to heartily join in the
Modern Woodmen of America.
The first picnic event of the season is
booked for Owalonna for June 11, at
which time the Southern Minnesota Pic
nic association will have its annual out
ing. The citizens* committee as well as
the lecal committee of ihe Woodmen have
left nothing undone to make this a suc
cessful event. Many cash prizes are of
fered and the neighbors hope to see a
large attendance from the Twin Cities.
Tht; Milwaukee road ad-vises The
Globe that it will make a round trip
rate of $1.50, and if necessary, run a spe
cial coach for the accommodation of the
St. Paul and Minneapolis Woodmen.
Those desiring to go should make early
Minnesota Gopher tribe gave a return
party to the Daughters of Pocahontas at
their hall, Greenwood and Robie streets
on Tuesday evening, and the Gophers
brought along their suppjlea and took
possession of the hail, kitchen and. din
ing room. Dancing was enjoyed until 11
p. m., after which refreshments were
served and everybody went home well
Court of Honor.
Harmony Court No. l>m at its last
meeting received three applications lor
membership and elected iht applicants.
Members, are again reminded that the
court will be entertained socially on June
5 at the home of Mi=s Nealy, on Summit
avenue, and all should be present.
Unity. Tent No. 8 heid its regular re
view last Tuesday evening. A class of
candidates was initiated and a number
of applications for membership read. The
entertainment committee reports all ar
rangements for the moonlight excursion
on Juno 11 completed and tickets are sell
ing very rapidly. Next Tuesday evening
will be nomination night. All members
are requested to turn out. .Look out for
Ramsey Division No. 1, uniform rank,
held a business meeting last Tuesday
evening at which time it was decided to
start in outdoor drilling. All members
will report in uniform next Tuesday even
ing at Bowlby hall.
St. Paul Tent No. 24 held its regular
review last Monday evening, at which
time a class of candidates had the work
conferred upon them. Eight applications
for membership were read. The new
division of uniform rank which No. 24 is
forming is progressing nicely. It was de
cided to hold the charter list open until
tomorrow night. All members interested
in this branch of tHe K. O. T. M. are
earnestly requested to be present at this
review. Monday will be nomination
Chellew Tent No. 121 hefu its regular
review Thursday evening, May 23. Im
portant business was transacted, and af
ter the meeting the members indulged in
a very enjoyable time.
Capital Tent No. 97 had a very suc
cessful dance last Saturday evening. The
regular review will he held Monday even
ing, at which time the work will be con
ferred upon a class of candidates. It 13
Dale Tent No. 108 la3t Friday evening
gave a very successful entertainment and
dance for the benefit of its sick members.
The entertainment was furnished by the
Dale minstrel troupe and was a decided
success. In fact, it equaled a number of
the traveling minstrel troupes that come
to St. Paul. Dancing was indulged In
after the entertainment. The boys real
ized a tidy little sum for the sick mem
bers. The entertainment committee de
serve a vote of thanks for their energetia
work in getting up tjfais entertainment.
I,sillies of the Maccabees.
Unite Hive No. 33' held its regular re
view last Thursday evening. Lady Anna
Welch, state commander,. was present
and made one of her witty and helpful
addresses to the members. They also had
a few remarks from Lady Commander
Smith, of Liberty Hive, and Past Lady
Commander' O'Brien. Owing to the ill
ness cf Lady Commander -De Witt they
had to postpone the initiation of ten new
members until next review. The enter
tainment committee has arranged for a
literary and musical "entertainment to be
given by the ladies of Unite Hive No 33
at Central hall. Sixth and Seventh streets,
on Tuesday evening, June 3. Tickets, in
cluding refreshments, 25 cents. The la
dies have arranged a very fine pro
gramme. Everyone attending can be as
sured of a good time.
Liberty Hive held its regular review
Friday evening.May 23. A class of ten new.
members were admitted. This hive, al
though the youngest in the city, will
soon rival some of the older hives. '
Lady Goran, deputy supreme com
mander," last Friday evening instituted
a new hive, anxiliary to Daft-Tent Kb.
108, with twenty-eight members. Lady
Goran reports good . prospects of having
fifty members in this hive within two
weeks. - " .
a. O. U. W.
I University Lodge No. 94 held a well
attended meeting Wednesday. Three can- ;
didates were elected and three were • ini
tiated in both degrees. There were sev
eral members reported on the: sick list,
but not serious. No. 94, upon motion,
voted on. after reading a letter from
Minneapolis ladges, to attend and march
in the Memorial day parade there, t'.ey
promising, to do the same for us next
year. Master Workman Dick has issued
an order for every irenrbtr not on the
sick list to attend next meeting, for there
Is very important-business to transact.
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The Chicago, Milwaukee St St. Paul
Rail way >
-Runs five solid trains to Chicago every
business day from St. Paul and Minne
apolis. ;•--;. - 1 -■ - - .:■ . ■-..
'. All trains heated by steam and lighted
by electricity. -- i/ . ' h -.
The only road in the Northwest com
pletely equipped with the block signal
system. ■-<:■ .-. y- , - r.; ;-, ■ ' , .-.<
Mlt runs the "Pioneer Limited"—the fa
mous train of the world.
Lowest rates made to all points.
i Baggage-checked from residences and
tickets delivered. . *
Office, 365 Robert "steet. Telephone, S3.
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Olson Will \ot Chastise His Family.
. Eernard Olson yesterday signed a rji?ace
bend in the police court, which provides
that if he beats his family in th? nett
year ne shall receive the limit at the
workhouse.: Olson is the- father lof ten
children, living on the'" West side. It
was said that he '- has been in the habit
of beating them when time hung heavy
on his hands. - V"r -
Cheap Excursions to Colorado antl
. The Minneapolis & St. Louis R. R. -will
sell ,j round trip tickets at one fare and
less during June, July and August, limit
Oct.-31, 1302. Tha short and qoieket routes
I>G ira^:.! pu <iay. Inquire of.M. & st.;
h, R. R. Agents. Ho. 308 Robert street.-
"I HAD lACKACHE
MOST OF THE TIME."
"Pe=ru=*na is a Woman's Friend."
Writes Miss Lindsay,
of Marinette, Wis.
Tired Women, Run Down,
Weary and Weak, Morn
ing, Noon and Night.
«JL °, ne er? *° ask all the nervous,
fretted, jaded, _ fagged-out women who
work day after day. hardly able to keep
?h*m c i f *ee£~, lf a P eson were to ask
them what their trouble was, one would
say dyspepsia, another nervous prostra
tion, another female weakness, and so
The fact is. however, that they nearly
an have the same disease, and that dis
ease is chronic catarrh.
. Thousands of people have chronic ca
tarrh and do not know it.
_ They realize that they are sick, but
they do not suspect that their disease is
chronic catarrh. ...
If they have catarrh of the stomach,
they call it dyspepsia; if they have gen
eral catarrhal debility. theV£%3t*P it ner
vous prostration: if they "have catarrh
Oi. the liver or kidneys, they say they
"c b'l'ous or Uave~Eraiter-aisfiase; and
The truth is£ all these mSUia are sub
ject to catarrh, and the lapd is full of
tolling-women, half- invalids, who have
S£?SrU'S7i^Sr staEe" ">"" <*
qtaTA C m hn from t all parts of the United
States bear testimony to the fact that
Peruna cures female eatarrhal diseases.
Tnrn% ate Mann, 806 Bathurst street.
Toronto. Onr., Canada, Vice President
of the Ladies' Aid Society, writes: ~
"I am pleased to give praise to Pe
runa for the blessed relief I found
through its use.
"I suffered for years with bsckache
and dragging down pains, and often
had to go to bed and stay there when
I was so busy that I could illy be
spared. It was therefore a simple
Godsend to me when Peruna wrs
brought to my notice. Every d->y
seemed to give m« new life, and every
day made me fee! much better, and!
promised myself if it cured me I
would advocate it so that other suf
fering women should know of it.
"I have been in perfect health for
one year. I enjoy work and pleasure
because in such fine health, and no
trouble seems too heavy for me to
bear when I have good health.
"Peruna has simply been a house
hold blessing and I will neverbe with
out it again." MRS. KATE MANN
Miss Olive J. Fitts. 520 S. Broadway,
Los Angeles, Cal., writes:
About a year ago I was troubled with
a severe attack of nervous dfbility and
was reduced in flesh to skeleton-Uko
proportions. My friends advised a change
of enmate and I went to Phoenix Ari
zona, but received no permanent or even
appreciable relief until I began the use
of Peruna recommended by a friend
t^l v tOOk ii perhaiis tnree bottle and am
today well and hearty, but will not say
how much I weigh for fear I might be
called fat." OLIVE J. FITTS
-Mrs 001' E. J. Gresham, Treasurer
SE- ! , wSfr s to tJ e C o'Sl!? ) ': lnA!? UCTI™I"
The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O.
_. Gentlemen—"l cannot speak too highly
of the value of Peruna. I believe that I
owe my life to its wonderful merits I
w?J" e£ u lth catarrh of the head and
lungs m its worst form' until the doctors
fairly gave me up, and I despaired of
ever getting well again. of
<= "i 1 n°*iced y°ur advertisement and the
H "k^ 2*"Umonials S™cn by people
who had been cured fey Peruna and de
termined to try a- bottle. I felt but little
better, but used a second and third
bottle and kept on improving slowly.
NEWS FROM STILLWATER
HEAVY KAIX DAMAGES WASHING.
Two Hnmlred Men Employed In Saw
Mills Decide to Demand a Ten-
Hour Day— Susan Hathaway Gets*
it Verdict for ?200 Against D. M.
Swain— and Personal llo
ings of I'rison City.
Susan R. Hathaway and others who
brought an action in the district •
against D. M. Swain, claiming dai
in the sum of $470. because the defendant
had erected a stone and brick wail that
covered a part of the plaintiffs prop
were awarded a verdict of $200, and as
tpecial findings the ;iury found that the
defendant's wall extends about ten inch
es upon the plaintiff's property.
Judge Willistoh and a jury yesterday
began hearing the action of Edith A
Steindorff ag-ainst the Minneapolis, St.
Paul and Suburban Railway company, In
which the plaintiff demands damages in
the sum of $20,0ui> for personal injuries
in a street car accident on the- South
hill. The complaint alleges that a buggy
In which the plaintiff was riding was
struck "by* a car and that she was thrown
to the ground, receiving injuries from the
effects of which she has never recovered.
The plaintiff claims that she was not able
to be present in court and her deposition
Court adjourned at noon yesterday and
will be reconvened at 9 o'clock tomorrow
The heaviest rain of the season fell
Friday at Valley Creek, Washington
county, and did much damage to gardens
and grain fields. Rain fell in torrents
and many young trees were carried
away. Potato fields were flooded and the
seed was left exposed. At Afton, only a
short distance from Valley Creek, there
was little or no rain, and a few miles
north of Valley Creek the rain wasn't
sufficient to wet the roads.
Two hundred men employed in the saw
mills at South Stillwater met at South
Then don't expect to be
cured in a minute ! It takes
a little time to get your blood
pure and rich. We haven't
room to explain. Just ask
your doctor why Ayer's Sar
saparilla is such a good
medicine for debility, weak
nerves, and indigestion.
M I was very poorly and could hardly
get about the house. Then I tried
Ayer's SarsapariUa, and only two bot
tles of it made me feel perfectly well."
Mrs. N. S. Swinney, Princeton, Mo.
SI. All drngjists. J. C. AVER CO., Lowell, Mtu.
VmrvßL*^ Miss /
(»|Mi I V 1 vllir^ji A Grateful
«MtW^ Qiri>s better to
w«^§i Dr. Hariman.
Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio:
(ientfemen:_»My experience wfth Peruna has been such that I am
very glad indeed to be able to recommend it. About two years ago
my health bogan to fail, 1 lost my appetite, had backache most of the
time, and any over-exertion would keep me in bed for a week or more
I needed a good tonic to bring me back to health and strength, but I did
not know which would be of benefit. Peruna was recommended as a
woman's friend, and such it proved to be, for six bottles have been used
and I am restored to health." NELLIE LINDSAY,
Marinette, Wis., 30 HattiV Court.
"It took Fix bottles to cure me, but
they- were worth a kings ransom to me.
I talk Peruna to all my friends and am
a true believer in its worth."
MRS. COL. E. J. GRESHAM.
Wnte for a bok entitled •■jTr a lth and
Beauty." written especially for «
by Dr. Ha.Uman. Sent free. Address
i-)r. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio.
water Friday night and discussed the
question of ten hours per day, which has
for some time been agitated in this city
and elsewhere o n the St. Crolx.
The men finally agreed that they would
not report for duty next Monday morning
until 7 o'clock. Mill men, when asked
yesterday in regard to the matter, said
that they had heard nothing about It
and that they couldn' say anything. All
of the mills here run eleven hours a day
and- the employes claim that ten hours i.-;
Telesphore Payette, who resides in
Wisconsin, a few miles from this city,
had a narrow escape from instant death
Thursday. A horse kicked him with full
force, but fortunately the blow did not
touch a vital spot. His Injuries will keep
him in bed for some time.
The Columbia arrived in port Friday
afternoon and was Inspected in the
evening by Messrs. Monoghan & Chalk,
of Duluth. She returned to Prescott yes
terday after a tow of logs for R. W.
Turnbull & Son. The Jessie B. arrived
from the St. Paul boom with a. tow of
logs for the George H. Atwood A mill.
A delegation of Minnesota gentlemen,
including George A. Lammers, A. J. Lam
mcrs, David Carmichael and Alex. John
son, of Stillwaler, who have been inspect
ing the StUlwater and Pine Hills Gold
Mining company's property in the vicin
ity of Ashboro, N. C, returned home yes
terday. They traveled in a private car
and visited ; many..historic places of in
terest while absent.
R. H. Bronscn's new pleasure steamer
is afloat, having been launched on the
levee yesterday. The boat's machinery
will be put m place as soon as poa
and she will be ready to make her trial
trip about the middle of June.
W, B. Hawkesworth is ncgotiatin? for
the purchase of a site for his nt'w shoe
factory, and th/.- deal will be closed so
that ground can he broken for the
foundation of the factory within a few
days. The bonus money of $3,000 was
raised before -no<m yesterday.
The Jos.ph Wolf company team of
Eitsllwater, and the Leatherworkftrs. of St.
Paul, will play ball at Aurora park this
W. P. Tearse, of the Empire Lumber
company, Winona, speot a part of the
week in Stillwater.
Mrs. Sarah A. Murdix:k and Miss Mur
dock have returned from the Scm
they spent the whiter.
Albert Tozer, of Tacoma, Wash., spent
a part of the week with relatives and
friends in this city.
An excursion to Taylor's Falls and re
turn will be given next Sunday on tha
steamer Cyclone and barge by the St,ii
water Excursion company.
Mrs. Aithur Calne, of Anoka, w
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. If. M.
Mrs. M. A. Torinus will entertain at
cards next Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Pauline Hospea entertained many
of her young 1 fri-ends Friday evening a'
a dance given Jn the Sons of Hermann
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown, of Dvlmh,
who were hf>e on a t have re
Miss Hablutzel, of has
gone to St. Paul on a s; :
Miss Effk" Taylor, who
three weeks with her aunt, Mrs. |
Rivard, has returned to her hoi;.
Hay ward, Wla.
Rev. Philip Thelnndor and family
next Thursday for E:
where they will reside.
The mail carriers of Stillw
made arrangements for a dai
given in Woodmen hall, June- C.
Mrs. David Carmtchael »penl
wilh her son and family at Mora, .M
Mrs. Ada May attended a W. R. C. con-
Girl's Letter to
If you do not derive prompt nrii!
factory results from
be p] as< .1 U> |
ventlon at Dcs Moines, lowa,
Mrs. W: on, f st I
v guest of .Mrs. Wa
Airs. William Merrick I
friends ii thii
"Mrs. W. <'. Mastei mi n ga<
party Friday aften
den, of T looma, Wa
Franc g Eton, of Medford, m
Miss Mamie Boyle \<:>,, i
visit at Adrian, Minn.
Mrs. Nell Holllster and son, of
Minn., visited wit). li
<J. F. Qulney t .-k.
ter. and Miss Eleanor W
tieid. Mo., to occur at ti
bride's par.-nts, June 5.
the oldt.st son of ..: j x
Bearles. of Still water.
Mrs. M. H. Bromle
rial circle at euchre Wi
J. D. Putnam, of Elmwood, II! . m
Kuest of Stillwater r
the v, ■
Mrs. A. !
Mrs. W. G. Bronson Jr. has returned
from a short visit in Minneapolis.
Henry McKuslck and son, of Mora,
Minn., were guests of Has. McKusick a
few days last week.
The Sons of Hermann gave a elanr>
Monday night which was well attended
and a success.
Mrs. J. J E hten and
raine, speni last Sunday w;t'j n . •*<
in St. Paul.
Smith & Barnes 1 [
J SsHonthly. £
This piano has just come from *
our shops, where it was placed in *
thorough repair—lt's a rare bar- ,
gain for someone.
Our late shipments in
surpass anything we've ever had, p
and that's saying- a great deal, A ►
careful investigation of this stock
will convince you there's nothing *
superior to it in the Twin Cities. }■
Prices Always the Lowest.
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RELIABLE PIANO DEALERS ?
20-22-24 W. FIFTH ST.
Grant P. Wagner. V. Pros, and Tr«AS.