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Sweet Telephone Peas, per peck ....lie
Home-grown Wax Beans, per lb ... 5o
New Cabbage, each 4c
Cauliflower, each 7c
Tomatoes, per basket .25c
Beets, Carrots or Turnips, per bunch 2c
New Potatoes, per peck ...35c
Gooseberries, per qua rt 8c
Red Raspberries, per pint ....12c
Fancy Pineapples, per doz ......... $1.10
Large Water Melons, each ...35c
- California Plums or Apricots, per
basket 27c
Thfn-skinned Lemons, juicy, per doz.l4c
Valley Creamery Butter, per jar,
$1.08.
New Honey, per glass ..i...........10c
Sour Pickles, per quart 7c
Sweet Mixed Pickles, per quart 13c
Fancy Brick Cheese, per lb .....""".... .13c
+ Large Olives, per qua rt 25c
PICKWICK BLEND MOCHA AND
JAVA COFFEE, PER POUND ....27c
' Fancy Roasted Golden Rio, per lb ...14c
\ 60c Ceylon Tea, per lb .'i........... ,38c
' Nutmegs, per ounce 3
Wisconsin Central Railways
$f . .', Fare $8.00 . - .V'1'""*'
Boston and Return $29.00
^TICKET OFFICE: 236 NICOLLET AV. and UNION DEPOT
Closed All Day Saturday
~ * of July^^^
Sneolal Salo Friday of Seasonable Novolty Jewelry,
Consisting of Bodloe Pins, Buckles, Bolts, Waist Sets,
Hat Pins, Leather Bags, Etc. '/.
SOME LINES GOIH6 AT HALF PRIOE.
S. JACOBS & GO.
THTTBSDAY EVENING,
our Whole Sloch ol
G o ai Small Prices
25-25
.6 Arcade Shoe House
Lake Minnetonka
All we ask I s a
trial. You are to
be judge, jury and
prosecuting w i t
ness. And if we can't give you the best
values In
Cameras and Photographic Supplies,
then we won't expect your business. But the
fact that we've grown to be the largest house
of the kind in the Northwest, gives us lots of
confidence in our ability to please you. All
we ask is the opportunity. tro in,
O. H. PECK Company, 112 5th St., S
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made. Accept BO-
counterfeit of elmIlav
name. Dr. L. A. 8ay-
re.sald to a lady of thai
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I aa the laait harmfnl ol
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f HODS." For aale by all
Dmtf lata and Fancy
l*v - Good, Dealers la th
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FERO.T. HOPKINS, Prop'r, 37 GreatJones St.. N.Y.
Best Fishing Is on the Omaha.
Low excursion rates any day with still
lower fishing rates every Friday and
Saturday to North Wisconsin points via
North-Western Line. City Office, 600
Nicollet. Either phone 240.
Special Notice-Store Closed All Day July 4th.
Cigars.
Anna Held,.3 for 25e size, per box of
50 $2.50
Perfectos, large 15c cigar, per box
of 25 : ' $2.25
High Life. 2 for 25c, per box of 50..$2.10
Dominguez, great 5c cigar, per box
- : of 50 . . ' .$1.90
A. B. C. Beer, made from Bohemian
hops, per case 2 doz. quarts, $2.50.
Standard St. Lbuis Beer, 3 qt. bot- '"'-
ties ., 48c
Malt Extract, per doz ....' $i.is
Port Wine, 5 years old, absolutely
pure, per gal - $1.00
Yellow Leg Spring Chickens, per lh.,
23c.
Choice Fowls, per lb ..' 12%c
Fresh Trout, Pike, Whi te Fish or .
Crappies, per lb .... lOc
Choice Mutton Legs or Mutton Steaks
- Per lb io%c
Spring Lamb, fore quai-ter, per lb..l2%c
:
Free Reclining Chair Cars
Twin Cities to
Milwaukee and Chicago
Extra Corn Beef, per lb ..3%c
Export Beef Roast, per lb......:i2y.-15c
Export Beefsteak, per Jb.... ".10c
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LAKE PERSONALITIES.
Miss Louise Nunnally went to St. Paul for a
week.
Joseph Fenn of Chicago is a guest at the
Sampson House.
Mrs. C. H. Sampson, has been visiting for a
week at Cottagewood.
Mrs. 13. S. Bucknum was the guest of- Mr. and
Mrs. A. F. Bruehholz last Sunday.
Ellis Newman of. Jacksonville, 111.,-is visiting
at the Cameron cottage," Summerville.
Clark Emmons will spend July 4 with Mr.
and Mrs. H. W. Benton at Summerville.
Earl G. Nunnally came out Wednesday to
spend the rest of the week at Cottagewood.
Mrs. A. W. Werridge spent a week with her
mother, Mrs. G. D. Sampson, at Cottngewood.
. Mrs. B. F. Moore, of New York, is at the S.
E. Confer home, at Meadvllle, for the summer.
Bev. Mr. - Fowler of Chicago was entertained
at the home of H. W. Jones at Fairview Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Higbee and daughter are
expected this week at their cottage in Cottage
wood.
Mrs. H. A. Flint end H. A/ Altschwager of
Minneapolis spent Wednesday at the A. M. Clark
cottage.
Mrs. Frank Lyman left Wednesday for a
month's visit with relatives In Albert Lea and
Glenvllle.
Mrs. J. A. Swett and Miss Swett of Minneapo
lis are guests at the home of D. D. Robins at
Fairview.
' Miss Fay of Minneapolis spent Wednesday and
Thursday at Cottagewood -as guest of Mrs. W
W. Rand.
E. H. Alden, of Boston, will spend Saturday
and Sunday at the home of H. W. Jimerson, at
Meadville.
E. A. Brush of Minneapolis has been' visiting
with his mother, Mrs. J A. Brush, at Fairview,.
this week.
Mrs. Barnard Lee and son of West Superior
are visiting at thu home of A. Tharlson at Sol
liergs Point.
Louise and Hamner Collins are expected as
guests for tha Fourth at Mrs. S. H. Nunnally's,
at Cottagewood.
G. E. Sampson and family have come out to
spend the season in Cottagewood at Mrs. G. D.
Sampson's cottage. '
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hanford will entertain Mr.
and Mrs. H. W. Downham and son, of Minne
apolis, over Sunday.. .
Mrs. Alexander Wirichell, of Minneapolis, will
spend Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.
N. Stacy, at. Fairview. ~
Miss Rewey Belle Inglis and Miss Isabel Craw-
T HE MINNEAPOLIS JOUENAL.
^r.
terday.. '-. - '_ "' ,
Miss Mary Jones of Fairview gave a steamboat
party to about a dozen of her young friends Mon
day. The steamer Acte was engaged for the oc
casion.- - *-'. " '-:*. "- - -
Among the Minneapolis^ people' who have' been
recent arrivals at the Sainpson . House are C. A.
Merritt, Mr. and Mrs. PI. J. Harding, Mr. and
Mrs. F. S. Van Alta.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmerler, of Minneapolis,
arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs.' A. J.
Schadde, at Meadville, yesterday, , and will re
main till after the Fourth.
Charles Bidenkoph, of Nashville, Tenn., spent
Sunday at the home of T. S. Joseph.* at Mead
ville. Murray M. Marks, of New York, will
spend the Fourth at the Joseph home.
Mr. Charles Neill was the guest of Mrs. George
Bowman and Mrs. Parthenla De Witt over Tues
day at Summerville. Fraulein Schoen- Rene -will
spend a few days with Mrs. De Witt next week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. "Clark are chaperoning
Misses Odell Flint, Lou Whittaker, Messrs. G. D.
Flint, Charles Van Nest, W. E. Hammes, R. J.
Eaton, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hammes,_all of St.
Louis, Mrs. Josephine Benardine of Fort Scott,
and Miss Jessie Linbarger of Delcvan, 111., at
Summerville. - .-.-
Mrs. J. A. Atwater and Miss Fannie Atwater
of New Haven, Conn.,-arrived at the lake this
week, and will spend the summer with Mrs.
Atwater's daughter, Mrs. .W."M. Babcock,-at
Fairview. .' ' ' ' . ' " -:
Shuttleworth, Cresco. Iowa. Mr: arid Sirs. L. E.
Parker and son, of Minneapolis are there for .the
season. Otto N. Davis, of Minneapolis, was
their guest at the White House over' Sunday,
as were also Mr. and Mrs. George L. Caven," of
Chicago. -- - - ':"'"-- '.."
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A LUNCHEON FOR 26
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Mrs. W. S. Hill Entertains Infor
mally at Her Home on Second
#o*.,, , Avenue South. ...- ,1,. I
Th%f
e Childs-Xenyoa Wedding Takes
fl ** TP Place at the Bride's
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Home.
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Mrs. W . S. Hill entertained twenty-six
guests at an informal luncheon today at
her home, 1326 Second avenue S. Small
tables were set thru the rooms, where a
tasteful arrangement of peonies, sweet
peas and carnations^ constituted the
decorations. * ^* ' .^v
The Linden Hills Congregational church
was the scene of a pretty wedding last
evening at 8 o'clock when Walter A.Chls
holm and Augusta Schwiger, both 01 Up
ton avenue, were united in marriage by
the new pastor, Rev. Charles H . Max
well. Because it was the first wedding
ceremony in the new church building, un
usual interest was manifested and the
church was well filled. "Wedding Bells"
was sung softly at the hour appointed
for the marriage. Th e wedding march was
played by Mrs. Bertha R. Swart. Th e
Episcopal ring service was used effective
ly. Ma x Schwigar of Mille Lacs, Minn ,
was best man and the bride was attended
by Miss Anna Anderson as maid of'honor,
While several little boys and girls dressed
in if^iite carried the flowers. Mr. Hoyt
and Mr. Moot ushered. Under the direc
tion of Marion Stemm for the flowei/com
mittee of the Endeavor society the church
was tastily'decorated with feYns arranged
into the form of an arch at the altar. Oak
leaves, potted plants and roses were ar -
ranged upon the platform and at the base
of the pulpit. Th e bride's party drove to
Mr. Chisholm's home, 4727 Upton avenue,
where an elaborate dinner was served to
forty guests. Several relatives were pres
ent from Michigan and from western Min
nesota.
I'*''-: ?'?:'
ford are visiting Misses Elizabeth and Kathryn
Bruehholz at Summerville.
Fred. Williams of Eveleth. Minn., is spending
the Fourth with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. '-
Williams, at Summerville. ., - ~ -
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Imus, of Meadville, 'will
entertain. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Mullen, of Min
neapolis, ' over the - Fourth. " ' - '
It. B. Minnes, William Harrington and Homer
Sherrey, all of Carrolton, Mo., arc at the Samp
son House for tlie'-suinmer.'
Mr. and ilrs. D. G. Filkins. of Rutland, Iowa,
are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D.
C. Filkins, of Willowwood. ' .'
The cottage known.as Harmony Hall, at Mead
ville, is being improved: with-a new.roof. It
will be occupied a little later. - '*-.
Dr. C. E. Lum and wite of Duluth are visitias
at the home of Dr. -Lum's parents,- Mr. and Mrs.
S. O. Lum, at Solbergs Point.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mllory and Arthur Mallory
of St. Paul- were at the lake this \veek, being
guests at the Ssmps'on House
Miss Maude Stafford, who has been visiting at
Mrs. De Witt'.s cottage for several weeks,
returned to her home in the city. ' '-
The Bryant family of Minneapolis will be en
tertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs.. R. D.
Cone at Fairview over the Fourth.
Mr. and Mrs E. B. Spear and Miss Kirk, of
Buffalo, N.Y. , spent a few days with Mrs. H.
W. Whittier, at her home, Meadvllle Park.
W.'V. Fifleld, Albert and Gertrude Fifield'left
Excelsior to-day, going on. a trip to. Boston.
They will be away for tbout three weeks.
The Piccadilly Mandolin club *are entertaining
the Quo Vadis Social club of Minneapolis ana
S. A. Hill of St. Paul at Summerville.
Mrs. R'J H. Jordan, of Minneapolis, is spending
-a couple'of "Weeks with her-daughters, Mrs. F.
B. Reed and Mrs. J. B. Le,e, jr., at Mead
ville. *
Miss Kittle - Savage - of Minneapolis,, who has
been the guest of Miss Grace Abbott at Solbergs
Point ,for the past week, returned .to-
The marriage of Miss Blanche Belle
Kenyon, daughter of Mrs. Ida Kenyon.,
formerly of Stillwater, and Jesse C. Childs
took place last evening at 6:30, at the
home of the bride's mother, 1605 Clinton
avenue. Th e parlor was adorned in green
and white roses while the colors in the
dining room were green and red. Red and
white bunting was festooned about the
chandelier and pink and white carnations
in tall vases were placed in the living
room. Before the ceremony Mrs. Frank
White, of Hamline, sang and Miss Sadie
Donaldson gave vocal numbers during the
service. Miss Madeline Willmor and Miss
Mary Willmor, in dainty white frocks,
stretched the. ribbons, while Miss Willa
Bordwell of Merriam Park played the
Lohengrin chorus. .. Th e bride was at
tended by Miss Mary Hill, Fargo, N. D.,
as maid of honor, and Ralph Childs of
Crookston was best man . Th e bride was
gowned in white crepe de chine trimmed
with Duchesse lace, and made with a full
train, and she carried a cluster of white
roses. Miss Hill wore white Paris muslin
and pink roses were her flowers. Rev.
Theodore Pay ne Thurston read the ser
vice.
After the ceremony -Mr. and Mrs. Childs
received with Mrs. Kenyon, Miss Ruth
Childs, and E. D. Childs, Crookston. Re
freshments were served in the dining
room by Mrs . W . A. Cole, Mrs. C. L.
Weber, Miss-Willa Bordwell -'- and' Miss
Lottie Clark. A large bonquet of bride
roses marked the bride's place.
Mr. and Mrs.1 Cb|^..ie# for a trip to
Boston and* will lire^'crt- fcortae after Sept. 1
at Fargo.
town yes -
- The out-of-town guests were: Mr. and
Mrs. A. F . Jones, Mr. and Mrs C. L.
Weber, Mrs . F . A. White, Hamline Mrs.
Henrietta Dunn, Eyota, Minn. Miss-Mary
Hill, Fargo Ralph Childs, Crookston.
Miss Hilda Swanson and Frank Traff
were quietly married last evening in their
new home, 2829 Pillsbury avenue S in the
presence of a few friends. The rooms
were prettily decorated with roses and
sweet peas, combined with vines and
ferns. Rev. C. J. Petri read the service
before a bower of ferns, brightened with
roses and jsweet peas. Th e bride and
bridegroom entered together, attended by
the bride's sister, Miss Anna Swansbn, as
maid of honor, and Charles Hendrickaon
as best man . Th e bride was gowned in
white silk tissue fashioned with shirrings
and trimmed with lace and white ribbons
and her bonquet was of white roses. Her
maid - of honor wore pale blue silk mull
with shirrings and inset medallions. Her
flowers were pink roses.' ,.''
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J. U. Barnes and family are located for the
season in their pleasant home at Birch Bluff.
Yesterday Katherine Barnes entertained a p"arty
of about a dozen of her young friends from the
city at a basket picnic.
Mrs. R. G. Brooks, who has been the guest
of her daughters, Mrs. Georee Harrison at
Cottagewood and Mrs. Willis Walker, at the
Willows, leaves next week to visit her. birth
place'and early, home, Wheeling, W. Va.
The Oliver, Wendell Holmes Clnbi of Minne
apolis, picriicke,d .with Mrs. Case, and .Mrs.-Whit-
more, at Excelsior, Tuesday. Despite the rain,
nearly the entire "membership of the club was
present, and a delightful outing was enjoyed.
Mrs. Poorman-and Mrs. Parsons of St.- Louis
have arrived and will spend the summer-at the
lake, making their home at the Sampson House.
Colonel Wllcoxson and a party of about forty
will arrive next week and remain'for the sum
mer.
Mrs. Lyman Pierce arid little daughter "recently
arrived from Washington, D.sC.,'and will spend
the summer with her another, Mrs*. J. A. Wright,
at Fairview/ Dr. E. A. Wright and his bridu
will arrive this week and will remain fev a few
months.'. / .- -. _ ,,. ' . -.-" .-. . J.
The GheValier Club of ' Minneapolis are being
antertained by'Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Clark at their
summer home at'Summerville over-the Fourth.
The baseball. team of the club will play the
Summerville I aseball team at Excelsior on
Saturday/-'-.. \ . - i. ' . '-
Mr^ and Mrs. George W. Marshall and" sons,
of Minneapolis, will be entertained at the Jimer
son home, in' Meadyilie, over- the - Fourth:. -- Mrs.
T. N. Jimerson,'of Minneapolis, has been spend
ing a few days-at the summer home of'her
brother.,' "
Mr. arid Mrs. R.. h.'.Hill,, of Lake Providence,
La., are at- the. Sampson House. The Misses
Weber, M S. Pearsall and J. CO'Gorman, all
of,St v Paul, are. guests at this hotel. , VAmohg
the recent arrivals.from-Minneapolis ar ifr. and
Mrs. A.. G.:-Hoffman
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Jrxfti--*.:^: iifTERKATlbNAL 'MATCH, r^'^" "
Paris, July 2.-^The .marriage
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ELIAS DAY, TH^j "C-HARAjbTEBIST ^
^lias Day, the Vcharacterist" mimic and story
teller. wh appears at Wesley church next Monday
evening, has not only made a great htt thruout
the east arid south,. but has - nlled second' and
third return.engagements ta many cities. The
worldjs "impersonator" and 'elocutibriist" do
not fitly describe his work. He is a student and
portrayer of character, making-up in view.of
the-audftnee for each sketch, and describing the
character,-with,,an appropriate ory,.pr Jilustra-
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JEWELERS,
518-320 Hloollot Ave.
Rev. A. E. Palmquist read the service
last evening at the marriage of Miss
Emma Mathilda Samuelson, daughter of
Mrs. Helena Samuels n and John Cul
bertson, which took place at the home
of the bride's mother, 1114 Dupont ave
nue N. The veranda was lighted with
Japanese lanterns and" the interior dec
orations were in roses and smilax. . Miss
Mary Culbertson and Miss Stancy Lind
berg attended the bride. Their gowns
were of white muslin trimmed with lace
and their flowers were white carnations.
Miss Laura Olander and Lilian Halberg
in white frocks preceded the bride, carry
ing baskets of roses. Th e bride wore
white silk with a lace applique and a
tulle veil. She carried a shower bouquet
of white sweet peas. The bridal party
entered while Miss Josephine Nelsoh
played the Lohengrin chorus and during
the ceremony Miss Selma Erickson sang
"Angels' Serenade."
At the reception which followed the
ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Culbertson, as
sisted by Mrs. Annie Olander and." A.
Hallberg, received over a hundred guests.
Refreshments were served in the dining
room.
Mr. and Mrs. Culbertson left for a
short trip, and after July 15 they will be
at their home on. Second avenue and
Fourth street N.' - ' -
and. T. E.' Thoinasle
Recent guests at the White -Hoase: -
Mrs.' George. Caven,-%
-Mr.'and, Chicago ' .H'. - A . Strong , J
A. Hasty,'Minneapolis George' L. Markley, In
dianapolis C. M. Crowley, J. P. Crowley, St.
Paul - Miss - Schhider,' Miss' Cooley, George- Mad-
den, Miniie~apolis Mr. aindMrs'. F. C.:Thonipsoh,
Mrs.: Jamese Mirser, B. B. Knowlton, F. A. -Sher
idan, Mrs. Kewdricks, Mrs. Reed, "Minneapolis
Mr. and .Mrs. $. C. McCarahan, Milwaukee
Robert Marinheimer, Jr., Andrew Jorgensen, St.
Paul Charles M. Norton, Mr. and Mrs.F C.
Mathews, W. A.- Dablman, L: G. -Robinson, A.
H. Morris, Minneapolis Major G. L. Gillispie,
Chattanooga, Tenn. W. 0. Swanson ahd!
The ceromerty uniting Miss Mary Shef
fel and John Briet was performed last
evening at 8 o'clock by,, the Rev. Mr.
Carney at 1206 Third street NE. Pink
peonies and asparagus ferns were ar -
ranged thru the rooms, which were
thronged with guests. Th e bride was at
tended by Mrs. Briet as matron or honor
and "Mr. Briet was best man , The bride
wore a mode silk gown over silk, with
panel effects and shirrings, and her flow
ers were bride's roses. Mrs. Briet wore a
gown of pink and carried roses of the
same color. After the 'reception which
followed the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs.
Briet lef for Rush City. Th e bride's
traveling gown was of blue voile. ''
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yesterday, ofe
Lord Monspn, nephew of Sir - Edwar,dv
British ambessador, -arid.' "Mrs. - Romaine
line Turnure,'widow of Lawrence Turnure1
New York,was- an interesting international event
which was largely attended by members of the
diplomatic corps and of the British and Arrieri
.ian .-colonies. The civil ceremony look place
at the British' congulate, the church "ervice foi
Jowifij immediately at the British.' embassy in
the Rue Aguesseau. The bride was given away
by her father! General Roy Stone of Washington,
D. C. A brilliant reception followed at the
British enibaskyr Later -the couple left Paris
for the bridegroom'& seat, Burton Hall, Lincoln
shire, England. -.-.' J
Monsori th
Madef- o
The marriage of Miss Julia Annabelle
Huston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.'
Huston, and Edmund Hen ry Krelwitz was
solemnized Tuesday a t the home of the
bride's parents with only relatives of b'ofh
families as witnesses. Th e service was
read by Rev. F . J. Prieme before a bank
of ferns. There were no attendants. Upon
their return from the east, where they
went for a short trip, Mr. and Mxs. Krel
witz will be e t home after Aug. l-.a t
Aitken, Minn.
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After the horse show last evening Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. McArdie entertained at
dinner at their home, 1820 Colfax avenue
S. Covers were laid for six.
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' PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. ^^'
Miss Emma V. White has gone to Illinois to
spend a few weeks in visiting.
Mrs. William H. Searles leaves to-night for
California to fisit her mother, Mrs. Marion L.
Cram.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Savage will be at the
Savage farm for the summer with an occasional
trip to eastern cities.
Mr. and Mrs. 3. W. Allep, 1501 Hawthorn *
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Nicollet
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A H These Goods are Reduce
Lace Curtains
Club Notes.
The Eighth Ward W. C. T. U. will meet
to-morrow with Mrs. Gardner, 3332 Aldrich ave
nue S. Important matters will be transacted.
A special meeting of the Blue Bell Hive, No.
86. L. O.-T. M.,-is called for to-morrow even
ing at teh home of Dr. Mackenzie, 252 First ave
nue S, at 8 o'clock.
- The ladies pf the Thirty-eighth Street Con
gregational church are having a Are works sale
on the corner of Seventh street arid First avenue
S, to raise money for the church building fund.
Sunbonnet Baby Fans Free
by calling at North-Western Line ticket
office, 600 Nicollet av, c6rner Sixth st.
Clothing For The Fourth
Come and get your Cool Clothing for the
Fourth of July outingNo Money Downa
little a v/eckCash store prices. Clothing,
Hats, Shoes for .
JULY 2, 190301
ECONOMY PRICES
QJJALITT, OF GOODS HIGH-PRICES VERT LOW.':
50c
for Imperial Muslins, in dots, stripes
and large designs handsome and
serviceable fabrics that have been
selling from 75c to $1.75 per yard.
fl for Dotted Pongees, French Ba-
OUC tistes, Embroidered Etamines and
*-- German Rep Suitings, 42 and 44
inches wide, which were sold from $1.00
to $1.50 per yard. - L -
j"ST|5j || for fine Scotch Suitings, 46 and 48
|$liUU|inches wide, imported to sell, at
i '$2.50 per yard. "
i| / | f Novelty Jackets, in Pongees,
l?3 Q " Crashes and Taffetas, loose, short
ir v i g ^ ]
?
on g coats former prices
$18.50 to $40.00.
riisse*'
&off
and Children's S p.r 1 n g
Jacketsour entire line cape coats
and collarless effects, in blues,
reds and fancy mixtures former prices
$10.00 to $20.00. -*
er prices $1.30 to $13.50. -To closevi.....^..........
At Regular Prices The Best Values*
Cotton SuitingsA full line at 18c and 25c per yard.
Fall Tailor-Made SuitsFirst showing now ready for inspection.
Crayenette Rain CoatsScarce articles, but we receive some daily.
Shirt Waist SuitsIn Jap. silk, taffetas and foulards, a fine line.
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the great lakes, Wednesday
.'Edward Rouen.and sister Tesse have returned
from Chicago, where-they spent a month. They
also visited Milwaukee and Racine.
"Mrs, H: W. Brown- has as guests Mrs. W. B.
Palmer, Mbntclair." N.. J., and Mrs. Ponsonby,
Ogle, who has Just returned from England.
*'Mr. and .Mrs. Charles A. Oornman, Miss I.
M. Grabll and Mrs.. B.. Kelsey go east tornight
to visit relatives and friends in Pennsylvania.
, Dr. H. G. Hodgekins of Eastport, Me., who
has been Visiting his sister, Mrs-'. J.' W. Brag
dpn, at the Holland, left for the east last even
iUK- .-. -
Owen T. Morris left last evening for England
where he will Join Mrs. Morris and the children.
They will spend the summer visiting Mrs. Mor
ris* old home and they will also be ih London.
' Mrs. George W. Hayford and children left last
evening for the east where they willl visit in Bos-
ton,- Lynn, Mass.,-and they will spend part of the
summer at York. Beach, Me., and North Con
way. N. H.
Miss Margaret Irwin and Miss Nessle Dowl
ing of St. .Charles, Minn., left last evening for
Denver, where they will meet a party of
friends and visit.all.points of interest in Colo
rado and Utah. ..."
A benefit ball will be_giveri to-morrow even
ing in the Fourth Ward wigwam" to raise funds
for an Invalid chair for Charles Caskey, who
lost both legs and an arm recently In a rail
road accident Music will be furnished by Pot
ter's orchestra. ~
A farewell surprise party was given last
evening' for/Fred - Hale, whb leaves next week
with his" mother'arid sister, for Assinlboia, Can
ada. During the evening a program of music
and recitations was'given. Refreshments'were
served later in the evening. '
Northwestern people at New.York hotels: Min-
neapolisSt. Denis, J. F. Moore Broadway Cen
tral, J. A. Brant Herald Square, W. F. Morley,
A. C Coba Manhattan, Miss E, Mi Halloran
Victoria, W. T. Murphy, Holland, W. S. Nott.
DuluthVictoria, H: White Imperial, O. D.
Kennedy.
A FREE EXHIBIT.
To-morrow at the We st Hotel, room 102,
there will be an exhibit of Mexican drawn
work, Brazilian point lace and hand
painted Swatiska leather goods. All
ladies are invited to Inspect this connec
tion.
On the night of July 3, the Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul railway will hold until
12:30 a., m. their Minnetonka train No. 42,
for the accommodation of persons desiring
to attend the ball at Hotel St. Louis.
#
fi"6Jir'iaJ&>.ssg3as
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH
f:'l|.i
m?:
worn
:. ! ..'J, V *:
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
/\ Ladies' Shirt Waists
y^ Men's Blue Serge Saits
^ Ladies' Shirt Waist Suits
1+ Ladies' Oxford Shoes
j Men's Oxford Shoes ' ,
V Boys' Summer Suits y*
Children's Suits :
' :'
59c to $3.50
$10 to $18 .
$ 4 to $18
$2 to $3
$2.50 to $3 ,
$5 to $15 ?
$2.50 to $6 &v
^
Take 25 Per Cent Off any Ladies*
Spring Suit or Jacket in Stock
rg|W will be
'J"i,
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:
opeclosed
n
Friday,l JulyJuly
3rd, until 10 pV m.
- al day 4th . -.-_'
Empire Credit Clothing Co.
412 NICOLLET AVE.
-MS
75.
lengths and long skirts, in Etamines,
Voiles, Homespuns, Cheviots, Broad
cloths, etc, silk drops and without lin
ings former prices $27.50, $30, $35,
$37.50must be closed out now.
50 % off
SO % off
SUMM ER RESORTS
CONEY ISLAND HOTEL
R. ZEGLIN, Prop.
WACONIA, MINNESOTA.
The Healthiest Place on* Earth.
Rates $2 per day, $8 to $10 perweek
x^wiliu^y -USE
LAKE MINNETONKA
Steamer Victor,
Capt. T. H. Champion.
Tour of Upper and Lower Lakes
Half rates on the following days:
TUESDAYS via South Shore route to Mound.
FRIDAYS via North Shore, stopping at all
landings. Fare, 25 cents children, 15c. Take
Great Northern 9:20 a. m. train to Wayzata.
Don't buy tickets pay fare on steamer. Return
to Wayzata for 6 p. m. train.
Special rates for June and July at the
HOTEL ISLESWORTH.
Directly on the beach at Virginia avenne, -At-
lantic City, N. J. Capacity, 500. Hot and
cold sea water in all baths. Cafe and grillroom.
Orchestra. American and European plans. Pri
vate artesian wells. Automobile meets all
trains. Write for booklet.
OSBORNE & PAINTEB. .
A*****1*
for colored Dress Goods, all fchfa
Spring's suitings, very desirable
goods, in homespuns, crashes,
flakes, checks, Scotch tweeds, etc.,
which wer* selling at $1.25, $1.50, $1.75
and $2.00 per yard.
50% off
Special, per tin
Vienna Sausage Sn,.WUon-0fs^ga
special, per tin - fij
Special Notice.
Armour's Veal Loaf -1^ 9a
Sarsaparilla ^^^^$1.40
Dinger Ale SKS^^lt
W. B. Dixon, N. W . P . A.
Sunbonnet Baby Fans Free
by, calling at North-Western Line ticket
office, 600 Nicollet av, corner Sixth st.
vAaiasi-i*jaff,w'a
Also Hire's Carbonated Root
Ginger Ale, quarts, Ross'
and Del-a-Tour Ginger Ale Clu.^^^!?^:....6e*kArHydro.,GingetSodaBeerBelfas
Wax Beans Sr1RT.hb
Cauliflower Ssff: (Oe
Hew Beets buU 2o
Cucumbers 28^ So
Telephone Peas ^Tch^r-
Water Melons
I had been troubled with a,
sick headache and biliousness,
chiefly after arising in the
morning, and also with con
stipation, and had suffered
much with each of these trou
bles until some months ago,
when I happened to be advis
ed by a friend to try Ripans
Tabules, which I am now glad
I did. They did me great gpod.
' " iO *'*'-'^/^A Druggists. *," ' ' *--
Tile rlye-CehVpackasre fc enough for an
ordinary occasion. The family bottle,- 60
cents, contains a supply for a year.
and
STORAGE
Household goods - CMcMty. Un ,
. equaled faauttlet and lowest rate*. /
Picking b experienced
B&yflTransfey r l StorageCo,ft80.31SI.tuen
Tilirrfcrnt Mfifn r\t rrth minima .
m
Ladies' Fine Suits, all tai
lor made, our best styles
in blouse shapes, walking
Ladies' Jackets,in coverta
and fancy cloths, blouseg
and separate jackets.
-'V-r.- .-.-
White Shirt Waists,
about 20 doz. broken lots,
former prices $2 to $6.50.
Odd pairs, only one
pair of a kind, form-
bapnans
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY.
O F ROW BOATS. ^ "
V
! '
We Close Ail Day Saturday July 4th
From Our Pastry Kitchen.
Our special cake will be Nut Loaf, also Marsh*
mallows and Orange Cream Squares 9 C *
From Our Candy kitchen.
Capman's Bitter Sweets
- T
y PRIG*
i
and Nltolei
i
Plain and nut centers, special, lb -
Peanut Clusters S
.*
alPf
r 25e.vUnr
Picnic Specialties.
Potted Beef 5S5st?.... 7o
Sardines ^gsSsfgsF?... I4O
Petted and Deviled Ham
Lmt
h
Oranges SSente.Valen.ci^...40e,c
Lemons Sdoz^0^.
Lime Juice p^tue 25t*
TAA Uncolored Japan reg. 50C Si A A
I C O grade per lb., 36c| 3 lbs....#li W
.""'?. Our Coffee is always hot from the ji-f^
Chapman's ^?
35s
ITc
Ww ^. .roaster. . 3ls l
4%: -
$ ^
s .-
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