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Grand Values in Upright*
PIANOS
We offer for this week a number
of standard pianos at summer
clearance prices, ranging from $85
up. All uprights.
One Adam rouse, walnut case.. $85
One Sturtevant, ebony case....sloo
One Garland, mahogany case...sl3o
One Wheeloek, mahogany case,
only $145
One Ohickering, large size $135
One Steimvay $155
One Franklin, almost new $175
AND
One Steinway, mahogany case,
cant tell it from new; to
close $375
Square Pianos ranging from $12 to
$r>r<: all in excellent condition. We
need the room.
ItoUDENBUSfI
Raudenbush Bldg.. Sixth &. St. Peter.
jggg^SfeQ DEN XI S X
pfpH DR.B. C. WELL,
Rebort 6th, Cbambar of Bldg
No teeth so bad I can't Improve them.
ercelain Fillings maks ttio tooth apprar pnlnn.
| CITY NEWS |
SCARES THE CROWD
Mad Runaway Horse Threatens
Hundreds Waiting Parade
While hundreds of people were con
gregated last evening on East Seventh
street awaiting the passing of the
Eagles' parade, a horse belonging to
O. F. Weeks, 749 Ottawa avenue, be
came frightened, and breaking a hitch
ing strap where it was tied, between
Robert and Minnesota streets, dashed
up Seventh street.
Many children and women crossing
the street narrowly escaped being run
down by the horse. Several citizens
attempted to stop the animal but were
dashed aside. Patrolman Maloney
struck at the horse with his club but
did not stop it. Finally Michael Craig
jumped on the rear of the buggy at
the corner of Cedar and Seventh
streets and climbing over the seat
and dashboard reached the reins and
brought the animal to a standstill.
Craig was cheered by the spectators.
The horse was frightened by the
buggy being turned as a result of an
other team colliding with it. A buggy
driven by William Haas, of 307 Walnut
street, struck the hind wheel of
AVeeks' buggy and drew it sideways.
A\ eeks' horse then took fright and
broke the strap by which it was tied.
"Have You Had the Fishing Fever Yet?"
Its a good time to get it for the fish are
biting all along the Line. Low rates for
fishermen every day. The new fishing
folders arc full of reliable pointers
Ticket office 379 Robert street tJimeib-
SCHOCH
SAVE MONEY MONDAY.
BUY GROCERIES AT SCHOCHS.
Minnesota Wilson Strawberries. Extra
targe selected stock.
16-quart case 90c
4 Quarts 25c
24-quart case $1.35
WISCONSIN STRAWBERRIES
6 Quarts 25c
24-quart QA/|
case - # 9vC
10-lb box Royal Ann A
Cherries 79C
Gooseberries, OB
3 quarts for COC
Fresh shipment of lowa Sour AO
Cherries, 20-quart basket 9oC
Fresh Blueberries, first of the O/\ —
season, quart £LvC
ries ed Raspberries and Black Raspber-
Fresh Peaches, doz .... 15
Half-bushel crate *1 10
Fancy Apricots, basket ..."" 40c
Per crate "$l5O
A FRESH CARLOAD OF FANCY PORT
LE MONT BANANAS WILL BE PLAC
ED ON SALE MONDAY MORNING
3c, 6c, 9c a dozen
T.emon.s b^ank^:-' 10C ' 12C ' 15c per doz
Valencia Oranges—
X- 12cu 15c 18c, 20c, 25c, 30c, 40c per doz.
ivavel Oranges, per doz .. .40c, 50c
atermelons ' 25c
Fresh, extra fancy sugar cane Pine
apples, extra large size, 15c and 25c each.
One pound of Schoch's "Palmer OC*
House" Coffee at CwG
One can ofa Ben Hur Baking ... 25c
Powder at £OC
Fresh Vegetables t^'^&Sg
quoted ; in St. Paul for fine fresh goods.
Blltter ? etter 5. utter better prices
where elsl y°U 'han y ° U Can g€t ***'
500 Jar<; Go, od Dairy Butter onAA.
JVTU jaia sa ie Monday, at jar..VUC
Good Dairy Butter, lb sc .
Choice Creamery Butter. lb .'. 23c
"Golden Rod' Pasteurized Butter,"posi
. tlvely the best Butter churned, OOA
-in-2,: 3 and slb jars, lb .... ..COG
3 combs White Clover Honey ;..'... 25c
Full Cream Cheese, lb ....... "' ioc
Sugar-Cured Hams, lb ..:..-.... '."" ' 12iAc
Sugar-Cured Bacon, by the strip, Ib!!i2'/!c
A full assortment of fine * imported and
domestic cheese.
Bismarck Herring, can 25c
Boned and Spiced Pigs' Feet, jar.'.. . 25c
"Schoch's New Process"
Bakery Goods are famous all over town.
They satisfy people who wish purity and
wholesomeness in their breads and pas
made y"e the beSt bakery Products
Our famous Layer Cakes, each 25c
S Lillian Russels 25c
7 Hoffman House .. «,
7- El Cura '.]:'.'.:".""' 2 T C
B pec\r a 4nfo a r2esf. UlarloCSl-
-Picnle supplies of all kinds; Canned
Meats. Pickles (plain and stuffed), Sar
dines, etc., etc.
White Bear Deliveries leave the store
every morning at 9.
THE ANDREW* SCHOCH GROCERY CO..
Corner BroatfWay and Seventh Sts.
DELEGATES TO THE NATIONAL CONVENTION
SEVENTH DISTRICT
THOMAS O'HAIR
Traverse County
FOURTH DISTR
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P. J. METZDORF
St. Paul
FAIR WILL OFFER
BIG RACE PRIZES
Programme Will Include Cus
tomary $5,000 Purses and
Two New $2,500 Events
* Only four days remain before the
date on which the entries for the races
of the Minnesota state fair of 1904 will
close. The management of the Min
nesota fair is strict, and the entries will
positively close at 11 p. m., July 1.
From the number of inquiries being
received and the talk among the horse
men, it seems very probable that last
year's enormous entry list will be sur
passed this year. In 1903 260 horses
were entered and this was the largest
race entry list ever made in the West.
This year the best features of last
season's racing programme are repeat
ed, including the two $5,000 races
which have always been such great at
tractions. In addition to these, how
ever, there w rill be two new races for
purses of $2,500 each, one for the 2:35
class trotting, and one for the 2:30
class pacing, all other races except the
running events are for $1,000 purses.
The Race Programme
The programme for the racing of fair
"week is as follows:
Monday, Aug. 29
2:35 class, trotting $2,500
2:09 class, pacing 1.000
Running race, half-mile heats, 2in 3. 200
Running race, mile and an eighth,
hurdles, for three-year-olds and
upwards 250
Tuesday, Aug. 30
2:13 class, pacing, St. Paul purse.. .$5,000
2:45 class, trotting 1,000
Free-for-all pace, Minnesota horses,
owners to drive, 2 in 3 Silver cup
Running race, mile and three
eighths, hurdles, for three-year
olds and upward 250
Wednesday, Aug. 31
2:17 class, trotting .... f....... ..SI,OOO
2:24 class, pacing 1,000
Running race, five-eighths-mile
heats 200
Thursday, Sept. 1
2:18 clasp, pacing $1,000
2:25 class, trotting 1,000
Running race, mile and a half Nov
elty 250
Running race, five-eighths-mile
heats 200
Friday, Sept 2
2:21 class, trotting, Minneapolis
purse $5,000
2:40 class, pacing 1,000
Free-for-all trot. Minnesota horses,
owners to drive. 2 in 3 Silver cup
Running race, mile and an eighth
dash 200
Saturday, Sept. 3
2:12 class, trotting $1,000
2:30 class, pacing 2.500
Running race, mile heats 250
Running race, mile and three
eighths, hurdle, for three-year-olds
and upward 250
This year's fair opens on Aug. 29
and closes Sept. 3. There will be half
fare rates on all railroads leading to
Minneapolis and St. Paul.
ASSOCIATED CHARITIES
TO MEET ATCOMO
Reports of the National Conference
Will Be Read at Picnic
The reports of the national confer
ence of the Associated Charities, which
was held at Portland, Me., will be
heard at a picnic given by the Asso
ciated Charities society at Como park
next Tuesday evening. Twin City del
egates win speak. The picnic will be
attended by charity workers of the
Twin Cities and supper will be served
at 6 o'clock, the reports and social
amusementa coming later.
Justus' Demand Is Argued
Arguments were heard yesterday by
Judge Lewis in the case brought
against the county by Sheriff Phil C.
Justus, who is suing for $1,001 for
serving personal property delinquent
tax citations in cases where no 'collec
tions were made. The county contends
that the sheriff is not entitled to fees
for serving these citations unless col
lections are made. Assistant County
Attorney O'Neil argued the case in be
half of the county. Judge Lewis took
the matter under advisement.
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE, SUNDAY, JUNE 26, 1904
FIRST DISTRICT
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J. E. STRYKER
St. Paul
AFTER FALSE LOVER
Young Woman Asks Governor
to Capture Deceiver
The governor of the state often re
ceives rather unusual requests in his
mail, but one of the most strange was
encountered by Gov. Van Sant yester
day when he opened his morning mail
at the state capitol.
"Well, this is a good one," exclaimed
the governor, as he handed a letter
which he had just finished reading
over to his stenographer.
Inquiry developed that it was a re
quest from a young woman to secure
the return to Minnesota of the person
of a young man who had trifled with her
affections and in winning her love had
borrowed money from her and skipped
to lowa.
The young woman, writing from an
interior village in the state, told the
governor her tale of woe. She had
been wooed by a man with whom she
had a short acquaintance; she had
consented to marry him and he had
borrowed the price of a marriage li
cense from her before leaving for the
county seat to obtain the necessary
document. He never came back, but
instead went to lowa, where the
wronged female avers she has learned
he had a wife living at the time he was
making protestations of love and con
stancy to her. She asks that the gov
ernor interest himself in the case to
the extent that he order a requisition
for the lowa trifler.
The strange thing about the pro
ceeding is that .the lowa man actually
spent the $2 obtained for the license,
but evidently his nerve failed him and
he did not return to his best girl's town
to make use of the legal permit to
marry her.
MODEL CITY INVITES
Wednesday Is to Be a Proud
Day for Twin City People
Special to The Globe
ST. LOUIS, Mo., June 25.—The form
al opening of the model city and the
model street at the world's fair will
take place Wednesday, June 29. The
invitations are issued in the name of
the municipal section of the depart
ment of social economy, including the
following exhibitors: Town hall, chil
drens' playground, out-door exhibits
drens' playground, outdoor exhibits
by New York city, San Francisco, St.
Paul, Minneapolis, Kansas City and
Scranton, Pa. Dedication exercises
for all will be held on the steps of the
town hall at 4 o'clock. The programme
will consist of speeches by representa
tives of each city and by H. J. Rogers,
head of the department; Mr. Skiff, di
rector of exhibits, and President Fran
cis. A musical programme will be
given by the Exposition band.
Invitations for St. Paul and Minne
apolis people can be had on applica
tion, or they will be admitted on
presentation of their personal card at
the door of the building. It is desirous
that all Twin City people visiting the
fair at that time take part in the ex
ercises. The Twin City exhibit is very
favorably commented on from all
sides, and the number of daily visitors
to the Minnesota building this week
has been from four to six hundred.
The center of attraction is the pano
rama of the Twin Cities and surround
ing country, the foreground being mod
eled shoking the gorge of the Missis
sippi at Tort Snelling, part of the fort
and the bridge spanning the river at
that point.
THE NOURISHMENT
of the field grain brev
ed into a delicious hot
meal-time baverage,
that's
POSTUM
Get the little book, "The Road
to Wellville," in each package.
STEIATS
"^SEVENTH &CESABI .stsw
IMMMNSE SACRIFICE SALE
In order t»o dispose of all our surplus st»ock wit»hout» de
lay we have reduced prices from 33 t»o 50 percent—our sole
aim is now to convert these goods into money without delay,
it* matters not. how much we lose.
7c Canton Flannel Sheeting Half Value vjg S V c
Qin Very heavy Canton sheeting, the 7c kind, now yard..;..... ....: "2^
2 Flannel, 21/* Two and a half yards wide extra fin; qua!- in
27 in. wide, 7c r) o Q ity B!eachsd Sheeting, 30c valus; * |If
kind; now, yd...... "ct^\ per yard cn1y...........;......... II W
Wash Goods at Half Value
Malvern Batiste Z"Z,iT» Printed Lawns ,rr»r*?i ,f
inches regular 8c value ' newest designs and pat- i \
Surplus Stock Sale price. 7'C r^'; —-™"^-: °°!'. P. er. ■• . .^C
peryard.................. 2 Dimity or Percale Extra (I ne
Dress Goods &0j : I il|ii |s|§^^||| .. 5c
teed half wool, black or col'- _n \nt\\i I iltnn Very fine i
ors; guaranteed strictly fast rTT Ur 1(1013 UflOll ua litv th! Kf
color; 20cvalue; now, per yd 'V . ,«,,,,,' quality, tne J^
V* ; ,J 10c kind; now, per yard
Suits at 33c on the Dollar
L155r?:^......54.98 «np sat $2.48
i^ilS $8.50 ISiilskirts fr *\y
LSf- s~. « B< sj) $5 Walking Skirts f°: L M tt!
made of good wool skirting, plain
$2 Duck Dress Skirts 08c ib" £3 - $2.25
now. . /UW A _ "•:••••••••:••••
$2 50 PifliiP Dre- ;:'ei ™ $7,50 Voile Skirts In' IJ
i>Z.OUriqUe Skirts JU gO b ,ack, cream orcham- $.liß
now v"v/ pagne; now VWjfU
$1.50 Girls' Dresses 48c
One larore lot Girls' Dresses, about 20 kinds/some are made
of very fine madras, chambray, dimity, gingham or white
lawn, beautifully trimmed, sizes 6to 14 years, Wa £fe
none worth less than §1,00, many worth up to fcjLSmtf^
$1.50. Take your choice now for .......*. .. *T%9%M
EXTRA SHOE VALUES
QOfi Pai'rC of Ladies'" $2.00 and
Oil) rd!ls $2 .5 0 vici kid sho , s>
light and heavy soles, all sizes, pat
ent tips, military heels; (M JA
extra special $1.4"
Boys' and Girls' Tennis, 49c; Men's
and Boys' canvas vacation Shoes,
49c; the best Shoe Polish. 8c; Men's
white duck yachting Oxfords, red
rubber soles; $2.00 (f| rA
Jj)l,i)(|
BLUE RIBBON HERDS
Pictures of State's Crack Cattle
Go to Big Fair
There were shipped to the St. Louis
fair yesterday, to be added to the Min
nesota exhibit in the agricultural
building, a series of large photographs
in handsome frames designed to rep
resent herds of the four leading dairy
breeds of cattle owned in Minnesota.
The exhibit is made by the Minnesota
dairy and food commission, and in
cludes a picture of a herd of Guern
seys, owned by C. M. Loring; a herd of
Ayrshires, owned by J. J. Hill and bred
on his farm near St. Paul; Holstein
Friesens, from T. S. Tompkins' stock
farm. White Bear lake, and a herd of
Jerseys, photographed on the George
W. Peavey farm at Lake Minnetonka.
Added to the collection is a large
framed picture of a stock judging class
at work at the Minnesota state farm
school.
Low Rates to the East Via Soo Line
Albany and return $38.20
Boston and return 45.90
New York and return 41.90
Portland and return 43.50
Toronto and return 25.90
Montrea 1 and return 33.00
TWENTIETH CENTURY IDEA
Where Employer and Employe Get To
gether and Talk It Over to the Benefit
of Both
At the Phoenix club, Minneapolis, Wed
nesday evening was inaugurated a series
of meetings which bids fair to mark an
epoch in Twin City business advance
ment. The occasion was an open meeting
of the officers, buyers, department man
agers, salespeople, factory superintend
ents and office help of the Palace Cloth
ing House Company stores, about 240 peo
ple in all. The prime object was to pro
mote a feeling of fellowship and a better
understanding between the various per
sons that go to make up a great mer
cantile organization.
Topics of general and specific interest
were touched upon. The management
broached a plan whereby the members
might pool interests in an insurance prop
osition which shall provide for a policy
holder in case of sickness. The firm
stands ready to lend moral and financial
support to Uje project, and it is expected
that advantage will be taken of this gen
erous offer.
Directors and heads of departments
were then called upon for speeches of a
few minutes each, and many valuable
points brought out. Some of the topics
touched upon were: "Good Will," "Con
geniality." "Salesmanship," "Push,"
"Policy" and "Advertising." After these
open discussion was in order and inesti
mable benefit was derived therefrom.
Following the business meeting some
time was spent in social enjoyment, re
freshments were served and a short time
devoted to musical entertainment.
This first meeting was voted such an
unqualified success that the company has
decided to hold others at intervals of
about four weeks. Well known speakers
will address the company on topics of gen
eral interest and the watchword will ever
be Good will, good storekeeping, high
morals.
Cool, Exhilarating Breezes
Continually blow over the blue waters of
the Great Lakes, making: the excursion of
the Soo Line every Friday successes
never to be forgotten by any one who has
taken the trip. From Minneapolis and
St. Paul to 4
Detroit and return $16.75
Toledo and return 17.50
Cleveland and return 18.25
Buffalo and return 20.25
Return limit 30 days from date of sale.
New lake folder at the ticket office. 379
Robert street.
OQfl PairC of Ladies' kid Oxford
£.ou ratio Tiss> many sty!eSt pat .
ent tips, all sizes on tables; <M *r
worth up to $1.75; special <pl.£«)
Ladies' and Men's v Ll a n s M f n n- d
coolie cloth Oxfords, also Men's and
Boys' Canvas Shoes, the best made,
worth up to $1.50; extra AO_
special "Ov
CONTESTANTS'
ANSWERS
Continued From Twenty-third Page
their patrons. Their butter bears this
trademark.
s—Neumann's5 —Neumann's Cafe. This cafe is the
most up to date in the West and ren
ders a great service to business men
and others. It is located at. the cor
ner of Sixth and Cedar streets.
6 — This trademark represents
Schoch's XXXX Patent Flour, carried
by the Andrew Schoch Grocery com
pany. This company carries the best,
cleanest and purest flour on the market.
Their flour bears this trademark.
7 —S. W. Raudenbush company. This
trademark means to me the "Wesley
Piano." This is the clearest and sweet
est-toned piano on the market. The
Wesley piano bears this trademark.
B—Mannheimer Bros. This trade
mark means to me the best for its price
in the shoe line. This firm does a great
service in placing this shoe before the
people, for it is very easy and com
fortable.
9—Towle Syrup company. This
trademark means to me the best maple
syrup on earth. This syrup is very
healthful and is used by everybody
who knows a good thing. "Log Cabin
Maple Syrup" bears this trademark.
10—St. Paul Gas Light company.
This trademark means to me the
cheapest and best cooking appliance
possible. This company does a great
service to mankind in putting before
them the most economical, cleanest and
convenient cooking appliance. The Su
perb Estate gas range bear* this trade
mark.
11 —The Dainty Brand goods are
very popular in this city, and are used
by almost everybody. They bear this
trademark.
12 —Howard, Farwell & Co. The
Apollo is by far the easiest running
piano player today. The Apollo piano
player bears this trademark.
13 —Koehler & Hinrichs. This trade
mark means to me the best in talking
machines. They render a great service
to the music-loving public. Everyone
says the Victor is as natural as if you
were listening to things themselves.
The Victor talking machine bears this
trademark. . —
14—Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
railroad. It means to me the best in
railroads. The best and most satisfac
tory trains are run over the Chicago,
Burlington & Quincy road. They are
the most comfortable and easy for
traveling. This trademark is found on
all the cars of the Burlington railway.
15—"The Fitwell." This trademark
means to me that I can get the very
best in wearing apparel at the "Fit
well." The "Fitwell" clothing fits the
best, appears the best and is the most
stylish for the price. Their special
line of goods is men's clothes, and they
bear this trademark.
16 —"Reeves' Iron Pill company."
This trademark means to me health
and vigor to all who use "Reeves' Iron
Pills." This company renders the great
est service possible to mankind in put
ting before them such a beneficial blood
"purifier. They are helpful to everyone,
men, women and children. Reeves*
Iron Pills bear this trademark.
17 —The St. Paul agency for the Un
derwood typewriter is located in th*»
Endicott arcade, at No. 135. It is the
best standard typewriter, having the
advantage of visible writing. It bears
this trademark .
18— J. T. McMillan & Sons, pork
packers. This means to me the best in
meat packing. When you see the trade
mark, "Paragon—Government Inspect
ed," you can feel assured that you
have the best. All their hams, bacon
Silk Coats and Covert Jackets for
Ladies, Misses and Children half off
from our former lowest prices. rr
$2 White Lawn Waists 18 De Long Hooks £&- £
gortment of sizes; pg n worth 6c; now, per card...'..... |C
now % .-OOu _ v
$3 White Waists Now . : $1.48 5c Hairpins Z^if|||l
75c Night Gowns lz, t? d £; Laundry Soap W WHS
i »oft muslin, embroidery insertions, st bars 4■ mf /Hfl
i trimmed yoke, ruffled neck t}r * est bars '••:--.. O- IUI £dl
and sleeves; \\C n *, _; .. »<--.- v-
now Wt/W Dnor Rllffnnq For dresses, made
$1.50 Gowns c Mal e Hoof very 7 fr ••»»• -S " ™:%^..Ak
. beautifully trimmed with /^)C
lace or embroidery; n0w.... ■ uv Op Ufrjfjnnr Tahiafc 12° She3ts,
$2 Petticoats t-tr 89c W5255* 3c
exquisitely trimmed; now ..... .ft , n
Qp I QOOO Qn Fins lace including ufi BOX PaDßf Fin * quality 24
BC LaCeS OU Torchon or V*l.. from ' " ", ; W Sheets and q n
Ito 1% inches wide, worth >}^ 24 Envelopes, per box ..... ..„ . Oil
from 6c to 8c; now, per \C A <***%.»*** ■ -_
y aM ....... v■-•.;•••••.;u ■-•.;•••••.;- .^ $1.00 Corsets 50c v ;%
iC Llnßil rOnOKSrCnIBTS La Elegant W. B. Corsets, No. 990, extra
dies, fine quality pure Irish *J quality, fine lace trimmed, mk
linen hemstitched, also men's AC. sold everywhere for $1.00. Kjlp
fine lawn handkerchiefs; now ■ ' uw \ now .UV
Hosiery and Underwear Greatly Reduced
10c Stockings for 6c o df 15c Socks 71c Hr'LirUt
quality, ; fast black seamless stock- - silk finish, imported yarn, •-.., m 4 '
■ ings, double heels and toes, r double heels and toes, the' i C
■ guaranteed good 10c values; fir regular 15c kind; now only "2^
now , /.....;. V V __ **■--»
o C i , n . <n 38c Lace Socks 19c
35c imported Stockings 18c Me»« ei^m imported ass LaC e
Ladies' extra fine imported stock- i gSj^uSSteMM?ll^ Hermf ft °rt
ings, made in -, Chemnitz, Germany, \-alue; |t|r*
full fashioned, drop stitched, Herms- now 1/W
dorf dye, real Maco yarn, 40 |Q - n ■■ i ■• • . '
sssru'^SS'.::'. 1! O :.M 30c Men s Underwear 15c
. _ If , a ' ... , _,_.., . v Men's good quality ribbed Under
-1 flp l/DOTO An Misses, Children s wear, double seated drawers, ■' -f£
lUU ICOIO H-U an small sizss for guaranteed 30c value; -^ IHr
Ladies, good quality bleached cotton now • •• • -V, .*v v
SSfeSS..:^ 35c Underwear 17ic l en ba; !
briggan underwear, extra -finish,
7Kn Qlllr 1/flOtc QOo Ladies' double seated drawers, \m\
fOG OIIK VeSIS OZC extra the 35c kind; YloC
fine quality silk vests, Kay- */* ft n°W "" ' > -
s 7s5 hc lei'a,srnow sa. ran:...^c 60c Underwear 33c
«0 nfl PanK For men or *°uths- SSysS?ftr!SaS oan
\JI£.iUU I UIIIO very heavy, tf| |Q plain, guaranteed 60c lIC
well made; now $1.10 value; now VwW
$5 and $6 Pants now $2.48 S1 Shirts Now 58c ZZ
Men- S e,e g ant Pants nne pure woo,. »•*■», 'SStSvSSSi SBC
fancy worsted, silk stripes and black $1.00 value; now t/UV
clay worsted, worth (|»^ iQ
cToiV 6. 00 :. . nWi........ *2.45 65c Work Shirts 43c e M o e^
rt^ m ftiii n l ii r»n quality work shirts, many styles to
S1 fill S X MlhrP MS RKfi select fronT ' including fine black
<91iUU OUh UIIIUIGIiaO UUO sateen, chambray, black and ij
Ladies' fine silk umbrellas, best white twill and fancy; 4uC
Paragon frames, elegant assortment now .-. ;.............
of fine handles, including imported OCa QllCnflnHorC 19n Men's fin©
French horn, celluloid, oxidized L\3\l OUd|JCUUCIO I L\> French
and many others, guaran- OO^ I Web Suspenders, sliding -g/%
teed $1.50 value; AflC buckles, silk overshot, kid \/C
now \JW trimming; now .I**W
and everything packed by this compa
ny bears this trademark.
19—This means to me a high-class
railway between here and Chicago, and
the best and most satisfactory trains
are run over the Wisconsin Central
railway. Their trains bear this trade
mark.
20—This trademark represents Lin
deke & Sons' best flour. This company
carries the cleanest and best flour on
the market.. - • .
21 —All Home Brand goods are soUl
at wholesale by Griggs, Cooper & Co.
This trademark means to me a pure
and wholesome goods. Their goods bear
this trademark.
—M. E. Nichols conducts not only
the highest price but the highest grade
business school in America for short
hand, typewriting and bookkeeping. He
prints N —X —S in all his ads.
—J. T. Schusler's tailor shop on
Robert street. He carries a fine grade
of goods, and you are sure to get your
moneys worth if you go there. Their
goods bear this trademark .
—The Robin Brand goods are car
ried by J. H. Allen & Co. This trade
mark means to me a pure and whole
some quality of goods. All their goods
bear this trademark.
—The St. Paul & Western Coal
company is the lowest priced coal deal
ers in the state, and they carry a fine
line of goods. Their wagons and ads
bear this trademark.
—In the Minneapolis & St. Louis
railway we find the only trains run
ning between here and the gates of the
fair.
27 — the. Pease Bros, we have a
very moderate priced tailor and very
fine goods. This trademark means to
me the monarch of all others. Their
goods .'bear this trademark.
28—The Ohio Coal company is a very
moderate priced coal dealer, and its
wagons and ads bear this trademark.
—Eugene Murnane,
242 Sherman Street, City.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
Has b*«n used for oror FIFTY YEARS by MIL
LIONS of MOTHERS for thalr CHILDREN
WHILE TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS.
It SOOTHES tho CHILD. SOFTENS th« GUMS.
ALLAYS ill PAIN: CURES WIND COLIC, and ti
tb« boat ramsdy for DIARRHOEA. Sold by Drut-
Rlstsln avery part of th» world. Ba»ur> and a far
"Mrs-Wlnslow's Soothing SyruV* anduka n»3thi;
kind. Twanty-flvo cants a bottU .
INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION
Baptist Young People's Union of America,
Detroit, Mich., July 7-10
The Chicago Great j Western Railway
will on July sth to 7th inclusive sell
round trip tickets at one fare plus 25
cents to Detroit. Mich. Tickets good for
return until July 12. For further "in
formation apply to J.N. Storr. Gen'l Agt.,
corner sth and Robert streets, St. Paul.
Cheap Round Trip Rates to Colorado from
St. Paul and Minneapolis Via Chicago
j. -.;,■: Great Western Railway.
$26.40 to Denver. Colorado Springs or
Pueblo; $28.40. to Glenwood Springs; $38.40
to Salt Lake City, Utah. Tickets on sale
every day to September 30. good to return
until: October 31. ' Two magnificently
equipped trains each way every day mak
ing connections in Union station, Omaha,
with western lines. For further informa
tlon«apply to J. N. Storr, General Agent,
corner Fifth and Robert streets. St. Paul.
S^STV ■■ f»> The Sorensen leads in
M ■"" £_ 1 1 values. This season
H IJ;-' ff| li has made this line of
|| y ■| 1 | shoes and -oxfords a
■■111 I mOf;t popular one. Men
S m 11 11 have been ouick to re-
M 1 spond to . the' stylish.
iin-nn M - perfect " appearing and
UHIOnM flU* wearing shoes. Others
UlllUli m '''- VIIAQO ask $3.50 and $4.00, our
Mnrip£_ Ay price $2.50. s. t. so-
KUUGBM UIIUvJ RENSEN, 153 E. 7th
St., St. Paul. 312;Nicoilet av.,:Mpla.
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK *
Fourth and Minnesota Sts., St. Paul,
Minn
Exclusively for savings and doing busi
ness in accordance with the letter and
spirit of the Savings Bank law of -this
State. The next interest period com
mences July Ist. Deposits made before
July 4th draw 6 mos. interest January
Ist. July 2nd is a half holiday (Saturday)
July 3rd is Sunday. Come early and avoid
the rush.
Deposits n'iade on or before July 5 In
our savings department in ill receive three
months' Interest at 3% per cent on Oct. 1.
Security Trust Company. N T. Life Bid*.
We cffer to the public safes In our vaults
at $4 per year, a.trifle over 1 cent per day,
and give absolute security against loss
fTom thieves, burglars, mobs and fire. Se
curity Trust Company. N. Y. Life Bide.
Dr. W. J. Hurd, "3
pj .91 E. SEVENTH-ST. JrasrV
If Painless Extracting, Fillings, jfyA^i
H Plates, Crowns and Bridges i§^'v*>§*&
|j SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, Wf&ftjsft
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Q CIBSON, CHRISTIE, WENZEI ill Q
Q HARRISON-FISHER EFFECTS Q
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THE STEAMER LOUISIANA
fST. PAUL for ST. LOUIS
nfiF2fflf\&!k Thursday, June 30 —1 P. M.
\J§s~3l Office Foot of Jacks 5n Strait.
Phorw Main 1912-J.
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Pennyroyal PILLS
L .-^ETV „ Ortftital and Only Gonuinr.
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tf%*3'wSS\\ !«> UED »n4 Gold meullie bo«>, iralad
T^ —OK*3*lta bln«iibboo. Toko no other. Kcfus* «
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1 *TL wff tUmpi lV Particular*. TeatlmoniaU
W w9 •■* "Relief for Ladies," in Utter, re
i**v *■ If tarn Hall. lO.OOOTeitlmonialn. Sildby
__*""' all DruEj'.iti. Chlohester Chemical Co-
VBM'ii Uils r»*«. XtadUon Saaar*. I'll 1 LA.. I*A#
ISANTAL-MIDY
I | Arrests discharges from the urinary
■ organs in either sex in 48 hours.
ffgl It is snperior to Copaiba, Cubcb, or in
■ jectioas, *nd free irom all bad smell or
H other incoav«niences. - ; " '
I QAMTAI M i PIV s ccntained in small /T2V
H OAN I AL-MIUY Capsules,which bear B1B»
feg the " name in black letters, without which
none are genuine. - i |i '■ •• *n^,
DW% Wk ■If 1A Celebrated Fem*M ,
X pill^ Powderg never fail.
ill MIA lima nfeawliu» gl
irtthTMW and Pennyroyal PIUs), paifloolaniowS
Dr. 8. T. liU^-N, Keverc. Boston, Mae&l
j _*'in half fare excurtion and tor yourself; f ieeli\«iy
Hom«<t«ad and B- R. J»nd *350 and 4.00. Write for mai>t I
[ BeaßdU»»U«-fa». laid C*, Hi Waihiactan St., thleai». |

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