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Monday, June 8tb-Retailers' Day^Gredt Band ContesT.
HYoun2f-Oumkn Co1.
. 513 Nicollet Ave., Syndicate Block. ' -1' $ V * y
,
Ve/y Special Values
forCarnival Days".'
We were never better prepared to show such
an immense assortment of seasonable Skirts
and Waists-at prices so very reasonable.
Important Skirt Offering - ?*. *
!i i L. The newer ideas in the fancy duck, white, blue and black,
ring dots, polka dots and plainhandsomely tailored. .We
especially emphasize our values at
:" , $2.75, $3.85 and $4.50
Imported Pique Skirts
Instep lengthunusually good at
$4.50, $5.75 and $7.50
Instep-Length Skirts
Ever change of the season is given emphasis in our new
skirt showingetamine, veiling, twine cloth and fancy
homespun $5.00, $6.50, $7.50, $8.75, $10.00
Clever Waist Effects
The very correct Summer Waist, the China Silk and the
new net effects, which are shown by us exclusively.
China Silk Waist
Handsomely trimmed in Valencienes, lace, cluny, hand
made Mexican lace, Irish Point and Fagotting extra-
ordinary values
'
Olympia, Wash., June 6.The lower
ourt has upheld the will of Abbey R. M.
Stewart, founder of women's clubs in the
northwest. Mrs. Stewart in January,
1902, left an estate of over $100,000 which
w as devised to Mary Lowe Dickenson, the
New Tork temperance lecturer and
authoress. The will was contested by
Mrs. Stewart's brother, John G. Hunt, and
other relatives living in Massachusetts.
, VOTE AGAINST CHANGE.
Denver. Col., June 6.The diocese of Colo
.orado of the Episcopal church has voted down a
Resolution to recommend to the general convention
a change In the name of the church.
Weddin g and Graduatio n Gift s
frlV* i
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One dozen three-quarter cut Water
Tumblers,white as a dia- 1') fi(\
mond and extra heavy... *P * m
m
Urn
Elegantly cut Cream and Sugar, noth
ing better anywhere for C I A A
$5.00. at *""
"Several beautiful cuttings Water
Carafes, not seen anywhere C f\i\
else, $4.S0to qO.UU
Bright and French gray sterling sil
ver Tea Spoons, set of six, C O 5 0
Sterling Silver Bon Bon Dishes every
conceivable design and finish
$2.50, $3.25, $4.50 to Jv.OO.
Sterling Silver Berry Bowls, priced at
little more than quadruple plate
s
$15.00, $17.50, $20.
Sterling: Silver Bread Boats, making
beautiful yet inexpensive wedding
gifts $10.50, $14.00, $18.
Leave Your Orders for Wedding Invitations, Announcements,. .Visiting Cards
ana Monograms if you desire the best work at moderate cost. t _r
S. JACOBS & CO., Jewelers, 518-520 NicoHet Avenae.
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$3.85, $5, $5.75, $7.50
New Net Waists
Very special value elaborately tucked and
Special....
Belts
trimmed regular $12.50 waists.
Chic Effects In Neckwear,
Crescent Creamer y Co.
fjf%sA M^IIXLJlll.1.
IVV Vstfl vlllll Cool, refreshing and absolutely pure.
Our special for Sunday h ITALIAN OARAMEL. Q R ^ Two gt**^
Delivered at your home for, per quart UUU Qts., DUG
Regular price 60c per quart.
Both Tele-
phones,
fe smooth as velvet and all cream.
it* Crescent Creamery Co.
BARNES AND GBIGGS W. C. T. TJ.
Convention at Valley City Elects Officers
and Will Meet Next Year at
Cooper stown.
Special to The Journal.
Valley City, 1ST. D.. June 5.The annual
convention of the W. C. T. U. of Barnes
ajid Griggs county adjourned Wednesday
evening after a two days' session, i'he
convention next year will be held at Coo
iperstown. '
The officers elected for the ensuing year
iare as follows: Mrs. L. M. Brown, presi
dent, Cooperstown Miss E . B . Santley,
'vice president, Valley City Mrs. E . C.
- Cooper, corresponding secretary. Coopers
town Mrs. C. C. Tucker, recording secre
tary, Sanborn Mrs. E. C. Wlddifleld, treas
urer, Lead.
MKS. STEWARTS WILL
brother Who Sought to Break It
Loses His Case.
ARRESTED AT THE TRANSFER.
Bert Markham was arrested yesterday at the
Minnesota Transfer at the Instigation of Super
intendent M. J. Dooley. upon a charge of obtain
ing money nnder false pretenses. It is alleged
that Markham collected $17.40. from C. H.gown
Huhn, an emigrant, by representing .that Huhn'a
carload of furniture was too heavy and that ex
cess freight was due.
THE FIRST MINNESOTA POSTMASTER.
At the ripe old age of 92 years, Walter B.
Boyd, first postmaster in the territory of Min
nesota, died Wednesday night at his borne, 196
West Central avenue, St. Paul. The funeral Will
be held Saturday from the Church of the Good
Shepherd, and interment wfU be at Oakland.
:Bought at:
S. JACOBS & CO.
Are always correct and priced to suit the masses.
DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE, CUT GLASS, WATCHES
Our 8-in. Lotus Berry Bowl, C A f\f\
made of finest crystal. *
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made of finest crystal
Three beautiful designs cylinder Flow
er Vases, $3.00 and $4.00 0 7 C
Quality q5./0
Beautiful assortment ladies'and gents'
Signet Rings, so very popular now,
$4.50, $6, $ 8 to $10
Solitaire Diamond Rings set in the most
unique hand carved mountings, or the
more plain tiffany styles,
v
v
$15, $20, $25 to $30
Solid gold 14-K Ladies' Elgin and Wal
tham Watches, almost the price of
fined, $17.50, $20 to $25
Men's fancy 12 size, 20-year 10
Elgin and Waltham Watches.. *
$4.50, $6.00, W.00 to 82
Ladies' solid gold and gents' Lockets,
diamond set and plainer effects,
. $5.00, $7.50, $10 to $25
Endless assortment solid goKTStfek
Pins, and Link Buttons, splendid and
inexpensive graduation gifts.
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50
THE MTNNEAPOLISSTO
Young Matrons and Maids Enjoy
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A a Matutinal CJotillion at *n
l.
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representation, of an automobile contest
up Kenwood hill, in which the hill was
portrayed on a canvas. Mrs. Law and
Mrs. Marguerite Gray led a kitchen uten
sil figure. The last figure w as danced
around a rose bush on the lawn and the
streamers of pink ribbon repeated the
color of the blossoms. I t was arranged
by Miss Susanne Fletcher and Miss Kate
Moulton and was followed by a shower of
confetti. A string orchestra played, and
after the cotillion there" was a 'breakfast
in the club dining-room. Covers were laid
at three tables and the centerpiece of
each w as a handsome basket of golden
iris blossoms, -.. ....,
Mrs. Charles Malmstedt gave a thimble
bee this afternoon for Miss Isabelle Malm
stedt at the home of her mother, Mrs.
Cyphers Twelve young women, friends
of the bride, were entertained and the
rooms were bright with spring flowers.'
To-morrow afternoon Mrs. Burton M.
Smith of Chicago will give a lawn patty
at the home of her mother, Mrs. Malm
stedt, on We st Grant street. Last even
ing. Miss Henrietta Seyfried gave a cro
quet party for the bride. There were ten
guests and after the games supper w as
served: The decorations were in green
and white.
Mrs. C. F. Fortner entertained a group
of young women this afternoon at he?
home on Hawthorn avenue for Miss May
belle Darling, a bride of next week. I t
w as a linen shower and Miss Darling w as
presented with many pretty, gifts.
The junior promenade of Stanley hall
will be given this evening at the school.
The seniors, Misses Grace Townsend,
Edna Broom, Daisy Mulheram, Inez Jones,
Evanelle Lewis and Helen Stanford, will
be guests of honor. Miss Ruth Derry of
Omaha is president of the junior class,
which has made all of the arrangements.
About seventy-five guests will be present.
$7 JO
and Veiling.
A wedding which will interest the many
friends of the bridal couple took place this
morning in St. Lawrence church when
Miss Clara Poucher and Michael J. Lubv
were married. Only a small group oV
friends witnessed the service which was
read by Rev. Father Clary and Hpv.
Father Genis celebrated the nuptiaTma^s.:
Mlas Helen Fay was maid of honor and A.
Lande was best man. Mrs. Parks sang sc
nuptial hymn and Miss Margaret Drew
played the wedding march. The bride
wore white, arid carried flowers. The ser
vice w as followed by a wedding break
fast at the -home of the bride's^mother.
Mr. Luby and his bride left for a trip.
Mr. Luby has been manager of the foot
ball team of the university "'-for several
years and has also been interested in
other college affairs. H e is part owner of
the Occidental Hotel. His bride has
also been connected with the university.
618-620
HENNEPIN.
SENIOR LAWS ADMITTED
The Sixty-five Graduates of This Year
Are Made Full Fledged
Lawyers.
The graduating law class of the state
university, numbering sixty-five, appeared
before the supreme court to-day and were
admitted to the bar. Judge Hickman of
the- law faculty of the university intro
duced the candidates to the court and they
were sworn in by J. ,L. Helm, deputy
clerk of the supreme court.
ANTHONY HOPE ENTERTAINS.
London* June 6.-Anthony Hone Hawkins
Whose engagement to ~MIss Elizabeth Sheldon of
New York was recently announced, gave a sup
per at the Carlton last night to a number of
friends. Among his guests were his fiancee, Miss
Ethel Barryniore, Mr. and Mrs. William Faber
nham, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ainsliey and Spencer
Eddy, secretary of the United States legation at
Constantinople.
The first informal hop: given by mem
bers of the Bryn Mawr'Golf club will be
held at the club house to-morrow even
ing. ,-,, ...s.. .'- -^
Mrs. L. B. Levinson of 1402 Fifth ave
nue S, will receive informally Sunday
evening for Miss Sadie R. Cohen, who
leaves shortly for her home in "Victor,
Col.
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A pretty wedding took place last even
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
C. Kummerer, 112 Twelfth street S, when
their daughter, Miss Mamie E. Kummerer,
became the bride of Fernando S. Wad
dington. About 150 guests had assembled
to witness the plighting of the vows. The
rooms were profusely decorated with
palms, ferns and bright carnations. Th e
service w as read by Rev. J. S. Montgom
ery in the library, where the mantel w as
banked high with palms enriched with
carnations. Mrs. Lang played "Annie
Laurie" and "Oh, Promise Me" before
the ceremony and the "Lohengrin" chorus
as the bride descended the stairs. Miss
Effie James, the maid of honor, was pre
ceded by two little flower girls, Marjorie
Kummerer and Maytle Burke. Their
frocks were of white lawn over silk and
they carried bouquets of carnations.- Miss
James, the maid of honor, was gowned
in pink silk mull over pink taffeta and
carried pink roses.
The bride, who entered alone, was mJt
at the improvised altar by the bridegroom
with his best man, S. J Waddington.
Miss Kummerer wore white crepe de
chine over a foundation of white taffeta.
The skirt and bodice were finished witH
chiffon niching and a choux of soft ma
terial. The yoke of white chiffon was
outlined with Irish point lace. She car
ried
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Solid Gold Bracelets, Chain Links,
Hoops, Snakes and other new effects.
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/ $7.00, $19, $12 to $15
Opera Glasses, all the popular makes,
in beautiful colored pearl and plain
Morocco.
bride'sMrs.
roses.
Mr *
an d Kummerer received with
the bridal party and assisting were Mmes
L. J. Waddington, C. E. Heard, J. F. Wil
son, J. P? Johnson, Miss Bessie McKenile
of Freeport, 111. Misses Inez and Flor
ence Waddington and Miss Hettie Ku m
merer. In the dining-room Misses Mabel
Marshall, Giace McBrlde and Mattie Max
son presided.
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Mr s"* 2y
ad(ii
the Hly of the valley,- and the fraternity
monogram in the colorshl_sUver and bor
deaux. Miss Martha H&Yris was toaat
mistress _ann\ th^arespiSftiBeavwere as fol
lows: 1'The 'Aiu&t iwii Its ^btcuse for
^lng." Mrs, Ftjelk Warney ' "Our Old
Arm Chair." Mis"Be Hdaly "After
One Year^'-MissT^av-Biasdeil "Reflec-
.tipus," Miss,Mary Qerhaid "Cupid In the
Told." Miss Gertrwde-B*ker The Days
llhat Come N o Motje," Miss Gertrude Bal
lard. Covers wer^ lap for fifty. ^
Minikahda. .,---- '- *
Mrs. Chas. Malmstedt Gives a Thini'
ble Bee for Miss Isabelle,,
'* W ? MalmBtedt. -
About seventy-five of the younger w o
men enjoyed a morning cotillion to-day at
the Minikahda club. Mrs. W. N. Porte
CUB and Mrs. A.. A, Law led and a number
of novel and amusing figures were intro
duced. In a queen of the carnival voting
contest the queen was-, presented with a
gown,' a piano, a hat and fac-simlles pi
the Other gifts which were showered on
the queen of Monday evening. A feature
of the cotillion was the special figures
danced by groups of the young women.
Misses, Wilson,-' Northrup and Christian
danced one and Misses Jordan arid Mc
Cullough another. MISB Kate Moulton and
Miss Ethel Farnsworth gave an
-m*
Miss Anna Bwanson, 1914 West Minne
haha street, Merriam Park, gave a china
shower for Miss Elizabeth Powell last
night. About twenty young-women were
present. -ft.-, *. r
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. W. E. Thune
of Twelfth street S entertained fifty wo
men. Mrs. Fred Krabs assisted in re
ceiving. Roses decorated the rooms.
The Missed Bwanson of Clinton avenue
gave a dinner of twelve covers last eve
ning for the Misses Lottie and-Jessie Ne
neiller, who leave shortly for Canada. The
decorations and appointments were in
green -and white. Miss Nell Sturdevant of
Red Wing was among the guests.
The marriage'0!fMf?a'^unhie Cla& and
Joseph A. Weisbrich took place Wednes
day morning in,St. Anthony of Padua
church. Rev. E. T. Lee read the service
in the presence of. the immediate rela
tives. The bride was attended by her sis
ter, Miss Margaret Clark.,, Charles A .
Weisbrich, brother of the bridegroom, was
best man. Miss Clark wore white crepe
de chine and carried pink roses. The bride
wore a gown of white Paris muslin and
carried a shower bouquet of white roses.
After the service a wedding breakfast was
served at the home of the bride, at 404
fourth street SE. - '
Mr. and Mrs. Weisbrich left in the eve
ning for FarmingCori, and they will be at
home after July 11. Mrs. Weisbrich wore
a traveling gown of brown voile, with hat
to match. ._._,.
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Miss Mamie Lace, daughter of Mrs.
Louis Lace, and Mat Ferlaack were mar
ried In the Church of Notre Dame des
Lourdes yesterday. Miss Lena Ferlaack
was maid of honor and Joe Ferlaack was
best man. The bride wore cream crepe
de chine, shirred and trimmed with pas
sementerie. She wore a veil and carried
bride roses. Rev. Father Andre read the
service, which was followed by a recep
tion at the bride's home, Mr. Ferlaack
and his bride left for a trip in Michigan,
Wisconsin and Illinois. They will be at
home at 735 Monroe street NE, after
July 1.
Miss lillla L. Nixon and W. Wallace
Drake of St. Paul were married at the
home of the bride's parents, on Aldirch
avenue S, Wednesday evening. Rev. Mr.
Markham read the service. .Tuesday Miss
Nixon w as the guest of honor at a parcel
shower which was given by Mrs. Herman
Behling. of St. Paul.
'"'' PERSONA1 AND SOCIAL.
Miss Northrup, Miss .McDonald and Joseph
Beech are at Bdgewood, Osceola.
Mrs. Frank G. O'Brien and her mother, Mrs.
B. Bostwick, will leaTe this evening for the
east. :
. Miss Bessie' H. Ellis has returned to spend
the summer vacation at her home at 2537 Colfax
avenue.
Mrs. W. J. Byrnes returned yesterday from
California, where she has been visiting for four
months.
Ivy Rebekah lodge. No. 30, will give a card
party in the hall, 2302 E Lake street, to-morrow
evening.
Mrs. 0. H. Binaenhelmef' of Milwaukee 1s
visiting her mother, -Mrs. M. B. Harvey, at 3114
Columbus avenue. . , -
A dance for the benefit of a widow and chil
dren will be given ^to-morrow evening in Thlry's
hall, 11 Main street NB.
Me. and Mrs. B. F. Waite, of Grantsburg,
Wis., are in the city on their way to Yellow
Stone P&rk for the summer.
The. Social Club meet'
homevbEnterprise.
i Mrs. H A. Johnson,will 291 4 Fourteentethta h
avenue S, Thursday aftercoon. -
Mrs. C'T. Hills of'Muskegon,fMieh., and Mrs-
C. H. Wheeler .pfr^CWcafeo are'guests of. their
sister, Mrs.-Gfeo'r^e T. ^iBbs of Ollnton avenue.
Miss Nadlne/Lacy,-'wbro leaves Tuesday to
spend the summer with relatives in Ohio, was
the guest of honor at a surypriae party last
evening. ,
The"Whatsoever .Bible class of Wesley church
will join with the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A.
in a Minnetonka moonlight excursion Monday
evening.
G. L. Morrill left this morning for Willmar,
Minn., where he addresses the high school gradu
ating class this evening on "Jason and the Golden
Fleece." He will return to-morrow morning.
Minneapolis arrivals- at Holland House, New
York, for the week were: Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Heffelflnger, Misses JCelly, Mr. and Mrs. B. S.
Woodworth, Mrs. James Ford Bell, Mrs. Win.' L.
Elder. V:
Dean W. S. Pattee leaves to-day for Seattle,
where he delivers, the commencement address at
the Washington state university on June 10.
Mrs. Pattee accompanies him, and they will be
gone about three weeks.
Alpha Social club will give its third annual
steamboat excursion Sunday. The boat leaves
Minnehaha landing at 0 a. to., St. Paul at 10
a. m. and goes to Hastings and Lake St. Croix,
returning to St. Paul at 9 p. m.
Northwestern people at New York hotels are
as follows: Minneapolis^Gilsey, W. A'. Sorg,
A. D. Burke St. Denis, D. M. Baldwin, Jr.
Grand, C. H. Prior, T&: L. Prior K. Cottdit Hol
land, Miss P. Wyman Navarre, S. M. Merrill
j-Waldorf. M. J. Murphy. Deadwood, S. D.Vic
toria, G. A. Duncan.
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The marriage of Miss Laura Mcintosh
and Herman Arnott w as solemnized last
evening at the home of the bride's mother,
Mrs. Mary F. Mcintosh, on Fremont ave
nue S. A group 43f about seventy-five of
the immediate friends and relatives were
present. The rooms were charmingly
decorated- with snowballs mingled with
palms and sword ferns.
Mr. Arnott met his bride before a bower
of snowballs and green in the parlor,
where the service was read by Rev. J. S.
Montgomery. The bride entered, pre
ceded by a little flower girl, while Miss
Florence Pearsall played the "Lohengrin"
wedding chorus. Little Grace Fer
guson wore a frock of blue mousseline de
sole and bore a large leghorn hat filled
with sweet peas and ferns. The bride's
was of white voile over taffeta,
trimmed with Yak lace in deep panels
between tucks and a liberty silk sash.
Her flowers were Liberty roses.
At the reception which followed, Mr.
and Mrs. Arnott were assisted by Mrs.
Mcintosh and a group of relatives.
Mrs. Arnott's traveling gown w as of
brown trimmed with bands of stitched
velvet, with a hat to match. Mr. Arnott
and his bride left for a two weeks' trip
in the east. After July 1 they will be at
home at .2739 Fremont avenue S -
HAS HANDLED MILLIONS
Major Noggle, of the San Francisco Mint,
Is In Mlnneapo-
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ngton's going away gown
was of blue strapped with silk. Mr. and
Mrs. Waddington left for the great lakes.
They will be at home at the Fairview
apartments after Sept. 1/& # !*"*# r.' ? 4 ^
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The Alpha Phi fraternity held its thir
teenth annual banquet last evening at the
Nicollet hotel. The tables were made
bdautiful with carnations and rosea ahd
th.0 tifast .list had the' fraternity, flower
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Major Dorman Noggle of San Francisco
is in the city as the guest of his nephew,
Ward D . Williams. Major Noggle has
not been in Minneapolis for thirty-seven
years, and his recollections of the town
then and now are interesting. H e first
visited the city in 1862 and was here for
a short time four years later.
The fact that remains uppermost in Mr.
Noggle's mind is that the town was wild
over the prodigies of valor which the fa
mous First Minnesota was said to be then
performing at the front. It w as just af
ter the first battle of Bull Run and in the
published accounts of the affray the old
First w as being given the credit for hav
ing practically fought the good fight
alone.
Mr. Noggle has^ been receiving clerk of
the San Francisco mint for the last twen
ty-nine years, during which time fabulous
wealth has passed thru his hands.
As receiving clerk he has handled about
a billion and a half dollars' worth of pre
cious metals which were made into cur
rency or fine bars.
You Can Enjoy
Warm Weather
If you will just make use
of the things that are cooling and
- refreshing.
The delightful, invigorating effect
of a violet water is surprising.
We have everything that is best.
A Few Minutes
At onr soda fountain is more
satisfying coolness than you can
find in any other way or any
other place. Our list of ice drinks
are especially tempting these
bot davs.
There is just one original Allegretti
- and just one original Allegretti
Candy. And Cirkler's is the one place
in Minneapolis vhere you can g*t
'"' this candy. ' i*
Chas.H. Cirkler
1st
DRUGGIST
602 Nicollet Av. 49 6th St. S.
DIAMONDS
Precious Stones,
Loose and Mounted.
H. F. LEGG & CO.,
5i'S Nuolli -t Av., lip-tairs. Pr-ai.: . -tl!v n Y p-n.
IS^SSSSSSStHESIHeasa: **** * mm
^uJi* ^v-
Prices Reduced on ^Following Lines:
Wash Goods Bargains
Fancy Linen Batistes, $1.26 to $1.75, 7E-
now 50c and / DC
Embroidered Tan Etamines, $1.16and$1.25 ^P-
now / DC
Butchers' Embroidered Linens, $1.50, now.$1.16
Butchers' Embroidered Linens, $2,50, now.$1.50
Zephyr Ginghams, in stripes and nub ^g/.
weaves, 40c, 60c and 60c qualities, now iOC
Madras Shirtings, all 40c and 60c goods, IP.
now , ODV
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We place on sale our entire stock of China and Japan Mattingsthe most suitable floor
coverings for lake cottages and summer homes. They will be sold in 20-yard and
40-yard lengths, at the following cut prices .
320 yards, regularly 20c sale price 15c
560 yards, regularly 25c sale price 20o
680 yards, regularly SOc sale price 25o
100 yards, regular price 70c sale price.
Tailor-Made Suits.
Never looked lovlier than the bride of Min
neapolis in her portrait* by the inimitable
Studio, 427-429 )ffll/&& Nicollet Avenue
White Drapery Is His Specialty.
Try Him, Ye June Brides.
csj&racKet t o .
26 TO 30. FIFTH ' 5-T. 5 .
Radishes or Lettuce, 5 bunches 6c
Onions. 2 large bunches ..5 c
*VVax Beans, fresh, per lb .....6c
New Sweet Peas, per peck .60c
New Potatoes, per peck 45c
Pie Plant, 5 lbs , ,3 c
Clfoice Cucumbers, each.'. 5c
Valley Creamery Butter, best made,
per jar, $1.10.
Butterine, sweet, 2 lb. bricks 26c
Domestic Swiss Cheese, per lb 16c
Brick Cheese, by the whole cheese,
per lb 13c
Cream Cheese, per lb 13c
Maple Sugar, pure, per lb 10c
Apple Jelly, large glasses 9c
Strained Honey, per glass 9c
Monarch Catsup, pint bottles 15c
French Sardines, large, boneless,
worth 25c, per can, 19c.
Mustard Sardines, large'cans........7c
Potted H am or Tongue, per can 4c
Alaska Salmon, per can 7c
Clam Juice, 2 lb. cans 9c
Gal. Apples, choice, per can 20c
Imported Orange Marmalade, per Jar. 16c
Maraschino Cherries, large, $1 bot...74c
Shelled Almonds, per b '..
Crystalized Ginger, per lb.... '. 34c
Salted Peanuts, per lb 13c
PICKWICK COFFEE, ALWAYS DE-
LICIOUS, PER
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JUNE 1903.
K MWT HI S
Gre^tValueslor Little,Prices.
Colored Dress Goods.
AH this spring's suitings, the choicest goods that the markets afford, in navy blues, greens, browns,
tans, grays, castors, oxfords and mixtures, colors for smart dressers and fabrics of somber hue for
the modest class, cheaper than this quality of goods was ever before offered.
These include canvases, tweeds, homespuns, melanges, etamines. crashes, snow-,
flakes, etc. very desirable fabrics for shirt waist suits and separate skirts.
mer prices, $2.00, $1.75, $1* 50 and $1.25. Sacrifice price
The spring season is nearing its close, and we desire to close out some lines, and others are broken lots
on which we usually reduce prices at this time of the year. The above low price will appeal to thought-
ful buyers, and anew skirt or gown can be afforded, which before they did not expect to buy.
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- wvmni* - . .
NieoUeC* Avenue and Fifth Street
'" - - : :jOHN W. THOMAS &6h& p? f ~% ' ' -
Floor Mattings.
About 100 left in novelty and^
plain effects, cape blouse and
stole fronts, skirt blouse, very
latest styles, new cloths, all
shades, all sizes, silk drop skirts,
others without, former prices
from $18.50 to $60, all at.
Other Suits. "
About twenty-five dddsandends,Y **-'"kA:
sizes broken, put irito three lots. I *^
These prices will not pay for the f $7- 50
$10.00
cloth alone
Elegant Costumes.
In silks, violes and etamines,
black and good line of colors for
mer prices $45 to $1.25. To close.
Photo
The Bride of Lammermoor
MONARCH SOAP, 10 LARGE BARS 34c
Castile Soap, by the bar, per lb. 14c
Lewis Lye, per can .........8c
Packer's Tar Soap, per box..........50c
Washing Soda, 8 lbs 10c
Bluing or Ammonia, ot. bottles 5c
Witch Hazel, full qt. bottles, double
strength, per bottle 2Sc
Wine Department Specials.
Walker's Club Rye, per bottle -..98c
Segram's Canadian Rye, per bot..$1.00
Williams' Canadian Rye, per bot 78c
Hunter Rye Whiskey, per bottle 95c
$1.50 Hermitage Rye, per bottle $1.10
King William Scotch, per bottle...$1.60
Black and White Scotch, per bot..$1.18
Household Blend Scotch, per bot..$1.10
Roderick Dhu Scotch, per bottle. .$1.10
Stewart Scotch, per bottle 90e
Macon Burgundy, qt. bottles 64c
French Medoc Claret, qt. bottles 58c
White Label Ale. per doz $1.95
Malt Extract, per doz $1.18
Cream of Rye Whiskey, always $2.60,
for Saturday, per gal $2.12
Old Barton Fort, small sample bottle
free, per gal., $1.50 per qt., 50o.
v . .44c
Choloe Pot Roasts of Beef 6-8-10a
Boiling or Corned Beef, per lb 5c
Pork Roast, per 4b 12%c
Pork Tenderloin, per lb 20c
Mutton Stew, per lb... 6c to 8c
Veal Breasts, per lb 7c
Sardellans, per lb.. .. 40c
1 lb. Brick Codfish lie
Dried Herring, per box 22c
3 Lamb Tongues ....10c
Lega of Winter Lamb, per lb, 12%c
LB ^Jfg^
Fragrant Mexican Java,* per lb 22e
Ceylon Tea, extra quality, per lb 42c
Nutmegs, per oz 8 a
Corn Starch. 1 lb. pkgs .......4c
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RETAILERS' BAND CONTEST. Juno CaralTaL
MONDAY A GREAT DAY.
French Mercerized Check Suitings, $1.25,
now
All Linen Crashes, plain and mixed, $1.10
and $1.26, now
German Rep Suitings, $1.60 v
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Scotch Mixed Suitings, $2.60,
now
Suit Patterns, embroidered linen, were $25.00 to
^^..........$\S.50^ $37.50
1500 yds, regularly 35c sale price 27J4o
1000 yards, regularly 55c-60c sale.. 45c
840 yards, regularly 65c sale price SOc
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Suits, Jackets, Etc.
Spring Jackets.
Our entire line ladies' and misses
sizes, in cheviots, voiles, broad
cloths and coverts, former prices,
$10, $15, $20 and upward, all
at
Off
Ladies' Shift Waists.
. About 25 dozen white waists, alsol
white with black figures, in vest- I/L
ings, good assortment of sizes I X 3
and styles, former prices $2.00, |
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$2.50, $3, $3.50, $5.00 and $6.50, Q{{
to close.
Furs Stored.
Safe from moths, fire and burglars, in
our vault. Telephone and your furs will
be sent for.
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Barnaby & Co. hare a de
partment derated exclusively
to women's furnishings.
These goods are strictly new
aad fashionableand their
very exclnsiveness recom
mends them. Here la a
short list ot - some splendid
offerings: BKTJTT WAISTS, GLOVES.
ISWEATEHS.BATHI NG SUI TS
[BELT S, GABTZBS, STOCKS,
[HOSEEBY, NECKWEAR,
ICBATELAI ME BAG S, SUIT
ICAfcES.
Barnaby & Co
400-W-M Nicollet.
Dillin's
Goblets i
of Goodness
Reniember-hQw you came for them
During the hot days last year?
Remember the satisfaction you got
From them as thirst-quenchers?
If possible, we're going to
Make them better, ^
This season. J
We're going to try and give
You better service, too.
When you get a little hot
Come up ourway. " *. . - ~
We'll cool you.- "
We'll venture it'll pay you *-
To keep your "hot'' till "
You rtrrt-".neretge
"Where the Cars Stop."
n. H. HE8ENER
I.,- 207 Ntosjltet Are,
'-'"Razor* hollow ground. Bason
, and Clippers sharpened. Chin*
decorating. Barbers' 6appt|e*, Knives, Bag*
Ush Carvers. Kamrs. Shear*,
AtaUUnv J ToJktdirtishf*
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SOc
75c
75c
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$1.50
For75c
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Pr
Yard.
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mm
"If it come* from
Barnabtfait must be ffoodJ*
Exclusive
goods for
women.
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