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It will run another week. Hundreds of people have availed
themselves of the golden opportunity to furnish their
homes at this sale. We have added some new Dressers,
Chiffoniers and Toilet Tables, together with 5 0 Brass Beds.
Terms cash or easy payments apply to air purchases.
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps with all spot cash purchases.
No. Description.
28108One Brass Bed $ 85.00
29268One Brass Bed 125.00
2015One Brass Bed i25.00
1960-One Brass Bed 100.00
3004One Brass Bed 150.00
26896One Brass Bed 95.00
26836One Brass Bed. 85.00
1903One Brass Bed 85.00
26884One Brass Bed 85.00
1963One Brass Bed 75.00
26878-One Brass Bed '.... 75.00
4484One Brass Bed 35.00
26898One Brass Bed 70.00
1967One Brass Bed 67.00
7564-One Brass Bed , 125.00
20944One Brass Bed 60.00
2499One Brass Bed 55.00
i ^
1200 a Day.
We serve over 1.200 people daily at
our soda fountain, which Is proof
sure the demand Is for the best.
We have a little soda menu that has
nil our delicious drinks listed. It's
a hnndy, interesting little piece of
printed matter, and we want you to
have one.
This Is
Toilet Water Weather.
This is the brand of weather that
makes one thoroughly enjoy the re
freshing effect of an exquisite toilet
water. Roger & Gallet's vlolette
water, 75 cents.
Chas. H. Cirkler
602 Nicollet Av. 49 6th St. S.
The annual picnic of the Federation of Wom
en's Relief Corps will be held Thursday, July 9.
at the Soldiers' Home grounds. All members of
the Women's Relief Corps are invited and are
requested to take baskets well filled. The com
rades of the home are to be guests of the Fed
eration at dinner. Coffee will be furnished at
the home.
No one knows better than those who
have used Carter's Little Liver Pills what
relief they have- given when taken for
dyspepsia, dizziness, pain in the side, con
stipation and disordered stomach.
Carey's Magnesia Cement Roofing,
Always flexible never breaks or crack's
from expansion or contraction. w. S.
Nott Company. Both 'phones, 376.
For the round trip, via the Soo Line. A
great opportunity. Call at the ticket of
fice, 119 Third street S.
Fresh milk is good fresh-milk
and Mellin's Food" is better.
Try it with your baby. -
Whether you nurae your baby or use Mel
lin's Food you will, find our book, "The
Care and Feeding of Infants," very useful..
Simply write for it. It will be sent free.
Removes Ton. Pimples, Fwekleg,
Moth Patches, Bash, nd Skin dls
1 erery blemish on beauty,
anddefiesdetectlon.lt has stood tbotest of 45
jrears, and la ao barm*
less we Uste It to b
sure it Is properly
mode. Accept no
counterfeit of similar
name Or. L. A. Say
re said to a lady of tb
hani-ton (a patlentjt
"As yon lsdieawlll nsa
them, I recommend
'Qouaud's Cream'
as the least harmful ot
all the Skin prepara-
tions," Fors*l8t70
' Brngfists and Fancy
Goods Dealers In th
)., Oanadas, and Swop*.
. fERD.T. HOPKINS, Prop'r, 37 great Jones St.. N.Y*
"- Cured at your home. ",
dandruff, irritated or itching scalp, splitting or
~ fading hair, and all other disorders
, ^^ affecting the hai andd scalp.k
Brass Beds
These goods are ail
strictly first class,
every on of which
we guarantee a sav
ing of from 25 to 50
per cent to you. .
Mrs. W. A. Lang^of Canary cottage -went in
to St. Paul for a few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bannantine and son of St.
Louis have taken Thistle cottage for a month.
Miss Venus Rossopoulus, St. Paul, was a guest
of Helen Lang from Saturday until Monday of
this week. -
Mrs. A. J. Dean of Minneapolis returned to
Gralnwood Thursday evening after a few days'
visit in the city.
Judge and Mrs. O. B. Lewis of St. Paul, spent
Sunday at the lake. They have engaged a cot
tage, for the month of August.
Mrs. W. B. Hathaway, son and daughter,
Miss Marguerite of 8t. Paul haYe taken Sunset
cottage for the month of July.
Mrs. J. L. D. Morrison and daughter, St. Paul,
will occupy Dodge cottage for ten days. They
came down Wednesday night.
TV. B. Taylor of Chicago and the Misses Kate
and Anna Williams and Fay Atwater of St.
Paul are in the Curtis cottage.
Mrs. C. M. Fernald and Miss Louis M
. Fer
nald came down fiom St. Paul Tuesday and
have taken Rose cottage for a month.
Mrs. James Dunn and daughters, Irene, Ade
laide and Margaret of St. Cloud opened their
cottage last week and will remain all summer.
Miss Bess Lewis, who has been attending the
Leland Stanford university in California the
past year is visiting Miss Lurene Hull this week.
Mr. &na Mrs. P. J. Schaub of St. Paul, with
their little daughter and a nurse are in Squir
rels A est and expect to remain during the sea
son. - .
Mrs. James K. Eagle and W. H. Davis came
down from Minneapolis on Wednesday to spend
the Fourth with the Davis family at Acorn
F. S. Stlmson, Minneapolis, who has been
spending his vacation at Gralnwood, was called
home Thursday morning because of the illness of
his mother.
C. G. Bowdis8he the Shakopee Tribune, John
.?*} Snd,
Summer Furniture
50 pieces of Summer Porch Fur
niture, every piece on 1 ^
the floor at \ off regu- -~.. 0|
lar prices while it lasts
Regular price.
50.00 55.00 50.00
50.00 20.00 45.00 50.00 85.00 37.00
Jo Pohf
Berens, also of Shakopee,
visited Gralnwood Saturday and delighted the
guests with their music.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Jones, baby and nurse,
came down from St. Paul Wednesday, to occupy
Willows. They were accompanied by Master
Dudley Warner, also of St. Paul.
Mrs. W. H. Sweatt entertained the ladies of
Gralnwood at .a porch thimble bee Tuesday after
noon. Dainty refreshments were served, and a
very pleasant time is reported by all.
Mrs. George K. Thompson and four sons, Min
neapolis, are occupying Mrs. Van Slyke's cot
tage, the Maples, and boarding at the" hoteL
They will remain at the lake all summer.
Mrs. H. H. Brackett off Minneapolis and -Miss
Emily G. Calef of' . Vt., returned
hpmeon Tuesday-afterWashingtona spending few .lays with
Detroit $9.76
f Granite Falls, at Willows.
Mrs. H. B. Richardson and children, and Mrs.
F. F. Tpwle and daughter, Margaret, all of
Minneapolis, are occupying the Perkins cottage
for a month. Ruth Ingraham, of Menomonle,
Is their guest,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Southworth of Shakopee
are visiting Mrs. E. Southworth. who opened
Shady cottage last week. Miss Hazzard
yMi sfNoopk s Hoyt of St. Paul are tenting on the
Shady Noook grounds.
Mrs. H. t. Page and Miss Eunice E. Bartlelt
came up from St. Joseph. Mo., last week to re
main three months. Albert L. Bartlett, Jr.. who
has been Ashing with his father at Lake Miltona,
Minn., joined them on Wednesday.
Sunrfte oottage has been engaged for the
month of July by the Misses Polly. Marjorie and
Betty Bullard of St. Paul. Miss Mary G. Smith
and Mercy H. Bowen came down with them on
Thursday evening for a week's stay.
Mrs. F R Millspaugh, with Miss Nellie and
Clarkson Millspaugh, arrived from Topeka, Kan
Eriday week-and are once more settled in Home
cottage. Bishop Millspaugh and other mem
bers of the family will join them later.
Mr. and Mrs. George Warner and son drovo
to Gralnwood from St. Paul Wednesday in
their automobile. They report a pleasant trip
in spite of hilly roads. Mr. and Mrs. Warner
have rooms at the Maples for two weeks.
The Northwestern telephone service has been
such a convenience to the guests the past three
years that connection has now been made with
the Twin City phone lines with allNpn?ts of th
country thru the lineMrsof s both systems.e
New Scheme for Robbing the Public
'Purports to Be Woman's
New York, July 7.Chief of Police
Hayes has been asked to, investigate the
workings of the National League of
American Women, an organization whose
home offices is advertised to be located in
Detroit. A- Hoboken woman, who is a
member-of the Daughters of the Revolu
tion, , and a number of other women's
organizations recently saw an advertise
ment in a newspaper in this city which
Invited correspondence with . the league.
She wrote* to Detroit and was informed
that the league-was looking for. district
secretaries to promote its interests. She
sent credentials, and In the course of a
few days i^eived a reply saying that she
could go ahead representing the league
at a salary of $600 a year." A check for
$25 accompanied the notification.. Before
the woman's ecthusiasm subsided she re
ceived notice that she had been delegated
to represent the league at the St. Louis
exposition, and it would be necessary for
hereto jfo to Detroit. The league con
siderately offered to secure a half rate
railroad ticket to Detroit if she' would
send ori\$15v
Ge ore e . Thompson"
8 ?.walee
a Progressiv euchre
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H - Jenks and family, with Mrs. C. W.
Hicks, MissnkMabell P. Hicks and Mrs?t HJ a
Si J?-J"rived- from Omaha Thursday morning
an have taken Fleur de Lis cottage for the sum-
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Dr \
J e
has taken
First Av. S.
and Fifth SU
The Falling Out of Mrs. Stuyvesant
Pish and Mrs. John Drexel Prom
i-ises Interesting Results.
.Newport R. I , July 7.Mrs. Stuyves
ant Fish and Mrs. John R. Drexel, form-'
erly the-David and Jonathan of society
have faljen out. Society is stirred to the
depths by this feud that promises to have
a'far-reaching effect on the Newport set.
To an expert Mrs. Drexel may thank Mrs.
Fish for'her present position in New York
society and until Mrs. Fish and Mrs. Drex
el sailed for Europe last March they were
bosom friends. There were rumors of an
estrangement when the Drexels and the
Fishes parted company at Cannes. They
had intended to travel and return together
and the split at Cannes caused a flurry of
And now comes the verification. Mrs.
Fish has, thrown down the gauntlet to her
former, friend. The gauntlet in this par
ticular case * was the withholding of an
Invitation to Mrs. "Stuyvle's" Fourth of
July dinner last Saturday night.
Mrs. Drexel went to London from
France, where she was honored as few
Americans have been before. Twice the
king and queen entertained her, once at a
ball at Windsor castle and once at luncheon
at Ascot. Probably Mrs..Drexel's success
may have inspired a tinge of envy and
finally developed into this magnificent row.
Mrs. Drexel returned a week,ago and went
directly to Newport. Mrs. Fish opened
the Crossways a few days later and an
nounced her Fourth of July dinner.
"Will Mrs. Drexel be there?" asked the
cottagers. The answer was heard when
the Casino, the. reading room and Benley's
Beach fairly boiled with the newest gossip
-^the quarrel of the -two leaders.
-Mrs. Fish knows no happy medium with
acquaintances. It is violent like jor dis
like and once she disapproves 'of a woman
she spares no effort to thwart her social
game. Mrs. Potter Palmer of Chicago
learned of this characteristic to her dis-
comfort.^- - ..-.. :...'. ' .-.: N -
n the'
A jolly party
Lindens for ten days. It consists of" L.
Stoudt of Hastings, Misses Georgia and. Achsa
te n * ,?*?$o, n Ha?tln5s,rHele?n L. Chapin
Frnoia- ntd
Francis Dick of Hastings and Stephen L. Cobb
ln^fap*olI guests are expected later. - "
Sault Ste. Marie and Mackinac Island.
Special low rates to the popular sum
mer resorts via the Soo Line. Get
pamphlet. Ticket office 119 Third street S
informatior n an boo free.
Call or writ*personally to
JolraH. WoodburyH. I, 163StateSt,taiicago.
Carey's Magnesia Cement Rooting,
The only roofing material that grows bet
ter with age. Try it. W. S. Nott Cdm
ipany. Both phones, *7 ^
?S, a^jra
did, and a few days
later shfe learned .that "the league's check
for 25.VhjSfT- " cojme back from Detroit
marked '*N. G.".", . '.'.'. --vfe^..v :^
s wil occupy the pulpit a West -
minster church in Minneapolis during the month'
?. i
ul 7-5
d "main at Gralnwood from Monday
to Saturday of each week.
Only three of the seven members of the state
art commission attended the organization meet
ing at the' governor's.offlci yesterday, and it was
adjourned" iter lack o a
r o ? Cresco . Iowa Mis s
d them fo ove Sunday and
until July 14,
at 10-a. 4i.-
'Thosf e present y were
Harry Vf. Jones and'Robert" Koehler.^cf Minne
apolls, and William Yungbauer, of St..Pau|.
?^iV3KTI^80-AMai0AvWEl)IW(^ M
London, Julyl t.-^Mlss Frances Whithouse, eld
est daughter.of'W. Fltzhugh WhitebbusS of New
.port. R'. I. n Baron Constahtln Ramsey, a
to the czar, were married
at- St
Eetef' church Bato n square , to-day. ' Th ^
Grand -Duke Michael- of' Russia and Ambassador
.Chdate-ahdSMrs.-Ohoate, the Russion ambassador.
Count Benfcken'dortt' and Countess ' Benbkendorfl
wtere - present, among other distinguished person
ages /
Their geiitle. action and good "effect on
the system really make them a perfect lit
tle plli. They please those who ,use^ thern,
.Carter's ^LittleMiiver Pills inay,weli be
i termed- "Ferfection."^,^: *
Mist Etta Luella Nye Married to Dr.
J. W. GeorgeHome to Be
in Nassau. ' '
Miss Myrle Smith Is Guest of Honor
at a Progressive ,, .
- *" Lunoheoxu
The home x Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Nye,
3537 Hennepin avenue, was the scene of
a pretty wedding last evening, when their
daughter, Miss Etta Luella Nye, became
the bride of Dr. James Woodard George.
Miss Elsie Ireland, who presided at the
piano, vplayed
Rattan Furniture.
Miss Myrle Smith was guest of honor
at a progressive luncheon to-day, given
by the Misses Knoblauch it their home,
1527 Hennepin avenue. Pink carnations
were used in profusion and a large clus
ter of them marked the. place of the bride.
There were sixteen guests.
Thursday afternoon Miss Gertrude Han
son will entertain for Miss Smith and on
Saturday Miss Moore will give an affair
in her honor.
Gents' extra
large, full roll
arm (similar
" to cut)
Rattan -
Rocker sheilas finish.
regular value $5.50,
two to a
customer only.
100 pieces of Rattan Furni
ture to select for the summer
Mrs.' L. L. Barrette, 3333*'OakJand ave
nue, gave a thimble bee yesterday after
noon for Miss Jennie May Williams, whose
marriage to Elmer Eugene Dobbins will
take place to-morrow evening. Red roses
with palms were used thru the rooms
and a large cluster of the flowers were
Used as a centerpiece on the table in the
dining-room. The bride's place was
marked by a cluster, of white roses. Mrs.
S. A. Hubbell assisted the hostess.
Miss Williams will be attended by a
little flower girl, Miss Gertrude Grant.
The guests at the wedding will include
only the relatives and a few near friends.
To-night Mrs. D. E. Jones will give the
bridal dinner at her home, JillS Park ave
nue. The table decorations will be in red
roses, with a cluster of white flowers
designating the bride's pjace. Covers will
be laid for eight.
Next week Mrs. U. . G. Williams will
entertain at dinner for Miss Williams and
Mr. Dobbins before they leave for their
home in Jennings, Iowa.
Miss Bella Stearns of 2417 First avenue
S, gave a handkerchief shower yesterday
afternonfor Miss Stephanie Rees and a
group of visiting girls, including Miss Jen
nie Deutsch, Davenport, Iowa Miss Juliet
Morris Omaha and Miss Rosenberg.
Clusters of white and pink roses with
maidenhair ferns and poppies were ar
ranged thru the rooms. In the dining
room red and white poppies furnished a
bright touch of color and a large cluster of
thte flowers marked the bride's place.
Progressive. hearts was^ played during the
afternoon by the twenty guests. The
hostess was assisted in, receiving by Miss
Amy Stearns.
- Friday a picnic.will be .given at Wiid
wood and ..later'the^e^l".. be', a, coaching
party.,'.:,/' .-- ~', f*?-~' *'' - - /- '':'
Wednesday evening Mrs. Frank Harding
entertained for Miss Bessie Hanson and
her mother of Benson, Minn. Several
musical numbers were given by Miss
Rpsi.eVHarding. '.?i\
The marriage of Miss Lillian G. Ogden
and.Bernard F. Hoag took place Monday
evening^ June 29, in St. Mathew's church,
Rev. Dr. James Tremble reading the serv
ice. The decorations in the church were
June roses mingled with oak leaves. Ms.
Edward Friedland announced the entrance
of the bridal party with the Mendelssohn
wedding marchJ The bride was gowned
In white lawn trimmed with medallions of
lacfe and shirrings. She wore.a veil of
tulle and carried a large cluster of Ameri
can Beauty roses. Her bridesmaid, Miss
Florence Walsh, was gowned in blue lawn.
Bert Reiner was best man and W. Brown
and F. Hales acted as ushers. :
After the ceremony a supper was served
at the home of Mrs. Walsh, 1921 Third
street N, where covers were laid for
twelve. Mr. and Mrs. Hoard left for a
trip to the great lakes, and will be at home
after Aug. 1 at lobo Twenty-fourth ave
nue NE. .
Tuesday afternoon Miss Blanche Sprin
ger, daughter pf Mrs^ N. A. Springer, and
Dr. Franklin M. Greer were married at
the home of the bride's mother, 1500
Bryant place. The rooms were adorned
with,palms and peonies. The bride's gown
was of tan crepe de chine and her flowers
were white roses.
After July 15 Mr. and Mrs. Greer will be
at home at 1430 Bryant place.
Miss Jeanette Baier entertained at din
ner last week for Miss Margaret GoVe,
who left yesterday to spend several weeks
In Tacoma. The decorations thru the
rooms were pink roses and in the dining
room where, covers were laid *for eight
white and pink sweet peas were used.
f \ " , St Lawrence river ana after visiting" several J wer to roll call, members will give per-
iu"roa*3iG-* "&uiicci(hJ0i&^ %*(! tioui4. aafifct t * s.6 .auouiasfiJi*.
"Elsa's Dream" before the
"Lohengrin" chorus, which signaled the
entranee of the bridal party. After the
ceremony, while the young people received
the congratulations of the guests, the
Mendelssohn march was given. The bride,
who was unattended, wore a simple gown
of white. Only, the relatives and intimate
friends were present rat the ceremony
when Rev. R. M. Carter, read the service.
At' the reception which followedr Miss
Meta Blood, Miss Lucy Grygla anep^iss
Denia Collins assisted in the dining-room,
while Miss Mabel Kearney served frapp*
on the veranda, which was lighted., wijth
Japanese lanterns. Dr. and Mrs. George
left for a short trip and after Sept. 1 they
will be" at home at Nassau, Minn. f
L. Staples has returned from the Dr
. Fred Manley Is home from West Point on
n furlough.
Alfred R. Willard, of Burlington, N. J.,
is spending a month in the city.
Mrs. J. H Hiscock and Miss Harriette Hls
cock left Saturday evening for Boston.
Miss Mayme Ellsworth, 521 Sixteenth street
SE, is the guest of Miss Grace Dwelle, Lake
City. , Rev. Stuart B. Purves and family "have gone
to Prout's Neck, Maine,' for the month of
Mrs. E. O. O'Brien and Mrs. E. Bostwick
have returned from a-visit in New York and
Mac Pennoch left last evening for Detroit,
where he -has accepted a position for the
Miss Anna Jamieson has returned from
tour of the lakes, visiting Buffalo and Niag
ara Fails!
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Mitchell, who returned
recently from Florida, are at their home, 406
Ninth street S: ...".
Miss Mamie Moore left Friday evening for
the east where, she will attend to some busi
ness matters. ': -
Mr. and Mrs. T. Julian McGill, nee Shore,
have returned from their wedding trip and are
atPtbe West hotel. -
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Freseott Pitts, of Day
tori avemie, t. Paul, have moved to 97 Spruce
place, Minneapolis.
Miss Grace Martin, of Vermillion, S. D.,.is
the guest'of her sister, Mrs. A. Reynick,
34J.6 Columbus avenve.
The Clover Leaf Rebekah lodge-will give
an fee cream social Wednesday evening at
707 Plymouth avenue N .
The trustees of Oak Park Congregational
church will give-an ice cream social Wednes
day evening.on the church lawn.
J. b. Cleghorn left Saturday evening for
New York. Later he will go to Massachusetts
to spend several weeks at the sea shore.
C. L. Baunian, secretary of the Western
Mines, Development company, has left for
the east. He will return about Aug. 1.
. Mrs. J. M. Sullivan- and her daughter, Mrs.
Louise,Mather, have returned from Califor
Tihv arid are at the Berkley hotel.
.Mr.'and-Mrs.-William Hendricks, of the
Wlliston left - Sunday afternoon for Duluth
and 'the east." They will take the lake trip
and go to the Atlantic coast by way of the
^mn^Sm^^VLj,!, 1903. ^ - ^*' !,. ,
*- Jf, * ft. grrti g-ff
'(,.1 /.*'*
Oxfords, $2.50. Boots, $3.00.
Specials, 50c more. Fast color eyelets used exclusively.
Controlled exclusively in both Minneapolis and St. Paul by
- '- '. V
V '
Correct Dress from head
to foot for Men, Women
and Children.
At Plymoxith Corner, Sixth and Nicollet.
eastern resorts will return by way of the
lakes. They expect to be gone about six
weeks. -
Myrtle lodge No. 27, D. of H., will hold Its
annual picnic at Minniehaha Falls to-morrow.
All Soul's church will give an ice cream and
lawn social Friday evening at the resident
of Mrs. White, 1316 Fifth street SE.
Mrs. C. H. Cohen, of 415 Fourteenth street
has just returned from an extended visit to
her daughter at Sioux City, lewa.
The Enterprise social club will be enter
tained Thursday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Santrizos, 3501. Chicago avenue,
Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer F. Smith, of Mil
waukee, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Smith, of Sixteenth avenue S.
An ice cream social will be given Wednes
day, evening for the benefit of Monitor Hive,
No. 57, L. O. T. M., on Anderson's lawn, 115
Ninth street S.
Mrs. H. N. Avery is expected home July 15.
She has been traveling in California and Mex
ico and is at preEont visiting her son, John
Wqodbridge Avery, Bottineau, N. D.
Mrs. J. S. Harrison, daughter-in-law of ex
Presidcrt Harrison, with her daughter Mar
garet and little son Ben is visiting her son,
Lieutenant Irwin Harriscn at Fort Snelling.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Fertig and daughters
and Miss Marion McCulloch are spending the
summer at the Columbia hotel at Asbury
Park, N. J. Before -returning to Minneapolis
they will stop in New York and Chicago.
Northwestern people at New York hotels
are: Criterion, F. H. Wagner, L. B. Wag
rr Continental, Mrs. A. H. Srnders, G. V.
Howard St. Denis, J. L. McCoulle, C. B.
Leonard, W. T. Stevens Victoria, F. ..I.
Aicher Manhattan, G. B. Young Waldorf,
Mrs. E. Walker, Mrs. J. Young Grand, C.
Dammon Armour, S. D. Westminster, F. J.
Feuzel, H. T. Walensky, Leroy, Minn.
Broadway Central, F. T. Young.
Club Calendar.
Woman's Society of Trinity Baptist church
at Y. M. C. A. hall, 1:30.
Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the
Methodist Episcopal church, third quarterly
meeting. Lake Street church, all day.
Young Woman's Missionary Society of
Westminster church, in the church parlors at
3:30. - -
By Invitation Mrs. Hunt Presented Amer
ican Educational Methods. ''
Mrs. Mary H. Hunt, the International
leader qt the temperance education move
ment, is booked to sail from London to
reach her home in Boston early in July.
In response to an invitation from the
minister of the interior in Germany, on
behalf of the Ninth International Anti
Alcohol congress, lately In session at Bre
men, conveyed .thru Baron von Sternberg,
the German minister at Washington, Mrs.
Hunt with letters of credit from Secretary
Hay of the United States department of
state, has been in Europe for the past
three months. The interest of European
nations in the American educational meth
od for the prevention of Intemperance
seems to be almost simultaneous.
Mrs. Hunt has been received In the high
est court circles, where her message has
awakened profound interest in those who
in searching for the secret of the strength
and power of the United States have dis
covered that the greater sobriety of its
people is an Important cause, and that the
chief factor of this greater sobriety has
been the scientific total abstinence educa
tion in its puWic schools.
The empress of Germany, anxious to
hear the story from the American woman
herself. Invited Mrs. Hunt to the palace
for a long audience, expressing the most
profound Interest in what is being done
for this form of education in America.
Eighth Ward W. C. T. U.
The Eighth Ward W. C. T. U. met Fri
day afternoon with Mrs. Gardner, 3332
Aldrich avenue.S. "Temperance and La
bor" was the topic studied and the regu
lar plan of work was discussed. The
Leedy Trio- entertainment was reported
by Mrs. Welch and delegates to the con
ference of unions named. The next, regu
lar meeting will be held July- 24 at the
home of Mrs. Hoover, 3105 First avenue
S. Officers will then be elected and local
superintendents will give reports. In an-
Walking Test
Perhaps you think I am placing the figures rather high, but the
new ' 'Dorothy Dodd" Shoe will make a difference of 50 per cent in the
amount of fatigue from along day of shopping or work of any kind
which involves walking.
It will make almost as great a difference where long hours must be
spent standing.
And &.1T because it is an. arch-supporting shoe.
It puts you on the same vantage ground as the Indian, who, be-
cause he does not walk on his heel or toes but on his whole foot, can
easily travel fifty miles a day. You will find you can walk twice as far
in a "Dorothy Dodd" as in any other shoe.
Isn't this worth something to you?
Sincerely yours,
sonal Impressions of the district conven-'
tion. The committee meeting will be held
next Friday at Mrs. Foster's, 2732 Ste
vens avenue.
Hyomei the Only CureGives Change of
Climate in Your Own Home.
Fifty years ago, hay fever had not been
named, but undoubtedly people suffered
then as they do now with storms of sneez
ing, profuse watering of the eyes, exces
sive running at the nose, Intense smart
ing and itching and stuffed up feeling in
the head.
The direct causes appear to be,heat, dust
and the pollen of flowers. Although hay
fever may occur at any season of the
year, it is most common and severe in
August, and preventive treatment should
be adopted some weeks before the time the
disease is due.
Prior to the discovery of the remark
able effects following the use of Hyomei,
the only treatment that gave relief to hay
fever sufferers, was change of climate.
The use of Hyomei enables any one to
breathe air at home which is like that of
the Adirondacks, the White Mountains or
other health resorts where healing bal
sams fill the air with nature's germ de
stroyer, ozone.
Those who are subject to hay fever
should begin the use of Hyomei at once
and thus prevent the disease. An ounce
of prevention is worth more than a pound
of cure in the treatment of hay fever..
Vogeli Bros. Drug Co. have seen the
good effects following the use of Hyomei
in all diseases of the respiratory organs,
and are willing to sell Hyomei to any hay
fever sufferer, with the understanding that
if it does not give satisfaction, the treat
ment wil cost nothing.
Special rates for June and July at the
Directly on the beach at Virginia avenue, At
lantic City, N. J. Capacity, 500. Hot and
cold sea water Jn all baths. Cafe and grillroom.
Orchestra. American and European plans. Pri
vate artesian wells. Automobile meets all
trains. Write for booklet. ' - i . -
R. ZEGLIN, Prop.
The Healtkiest Place on Earth.
Rates $2 per day, $8 to $10 per week
Steamer* Victor*,
An Ideal Product.
In every field of production there is
some particular line, some certain article
that, by reason of its intrinsic excellence,
stands above all others and serves as an
accepted type for them.
In the bottled beer industry, the ideal
product, the recognized standard of qual
ity, is Anheuser-Busch's BUDWEISER.
Good water, good malt, good hops and
the proper time for maturing are the
requisites for good beer.
Budweiser being brewed of thoroly fil
tered, soft river water, the very best bar
ley malt, the highest grade of hops, and
having been lagered until properly aged,
assures for it that perfect blend, exquisite
flavor, rare mellowness and nourishing
qualities, foreign to other beers.
Budweiser is bottled only at the home
plant of the Anheuser-Busch Brewing
Ass'n, at St. Louis.
There Is no Beauty
that can stand the disfigurement of bad
teeth. Take care of your teeth. Only
S ftmcKett Co.
2IVTtt'.JO,KIFJH\S.T.ii.' - -
Just right for preserv-
Raspberries Currants 2s?. SI.SB
... 30o
Peaches aS^M.:Per.
Lemons Sn8^"1^.
Watermelons k r 30a
Wax Beans SLi.1^!?:..^
New Sabbage w 4s
Cauliflower 2.^. 7c
Beets nchpes\M.^r^
New Potatoes SSL........
Celuleid Starch K^
for I S
Castile Seap Sffi?~ 16s
Matches 22S5??r^ 9s
Parlor Brooms % 17c
I I ik I Ewfv*.*A wonderful tonic,
RiaiI i extras4 i
S e
Butt er maderg-^iar8b.
I Aaa8 Country rendered. If)A
Lara Pe n iu
1 hessr e STSSS: , 13c
Sour Pickles 5* 7e
Salmon *? 7c
Salmon Steak :r:,n
Poftad Ham^poTu3B^
Rice X*.Japan:
13 s
Corn Starch forb
I4O4 e
quality.fQr $1$1.3q1WI- Thursday, per dozen
While Port Wine K? *?
gallon, SI.60 per bottle V'**
Barton Wrltation,#$1.25 SSSBSKtBOcACOQrbottle..HOpe
vaitil Otard's Star,.regular # 1 Q C
rany 12.00 per botuee . !- *ft*Bo
bottle 006
Scotch Whiskey SS ^! "
B'SFA M Mad from best
- DenA U e fiCBl hemianhops 0 C
per case -
Lim e Juice & 8 c
Choice Beef Roasts, pound 12c
Choice" Beef Pot Roasts
Choice Beef Steak, pound........
Choice Hamburger bteak.
Choice Corned Beef
Choice Legs of Mutton, pound
Choice Mutton Ste,aks and Chops.
Mutton for stewing
Veal Stews, pound
Pork Loin Roasts and Chops 11Jc
8c-9c ..10c
-.. .8c
. .3ic
..10c .. .5c
Capt. T. H. Champion. S
Tour of Upper and Lower Lakes
Half rates on. the following days-
. TUESDAYS via South Shore route to Mound
FRIDAYS via North Shore, stopping nt all
landings. Fare, 25 cents children, 15c. Take
Great Northern 9:20 a. m. train to Wavjsata.
Don't buy tlcketsrpay fare on steamer. Return
to Waysata for 5 p. m. train.
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