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ffepVERYTHINQ TO EAT,. *fii 353Either Phone-353 Fresh Fruits and Fresh Vegetables From the field, garden and or chard. Prices Eight. Free'Stone Peaohas box .,..-.$1,15 Yellow Egg Plums, basket 30c Cling Peaches, box - H-00 Italian Blue Plums, basket * 29c Peaoh Plums, basket 25c Raspberries, Blueberries, Watermelons, Muskmelons. Cantaloup. ApRiea'by, the barrel, bushel or peck. Native Plums, peck 35c Concord Qrapes, basket 22c Fancy Lemons, dox 10c t lbs Sweet Potatoes 25c FRUIT JARS. Jelly Glasses, dozen 23c and 25cHopkins, Mason Jars, Pints, dozen 38c Mason Jars, quarts, dozen ........43o Mason Jafs, i/a-gallons, dozen... 57c Good Separator Butter, 20c Bakery Specials Home-lade Bread, loaf 3c 3-lb Loaves Milwaukee Rye Bread White Pound Cake, each... 12c Boston Brown Bread, each........... 4c Assorted Cookies, dozen 80 Almond Slices 6c Choice Pork Chops ,..12%c Choice Pork Loin Roast 12%c Choice Pork Sausage 10c Choioe Pork Shoulders -8 c Ghoioe Sirloin Steak .... ....... -15 CffoTceT'ortei'house Steak" ~ .. ' 18c' Choice Round Steak '...... He : Choice Shoulder Steak 9c Choice Po t Roast 6c, 7c 8c Choioe Rib Boi.ing Beef 5c Bwlft Premium Hams 15o Bacon, a bargain 12VaC Picnic Ham 8c A full line of Fresh Fish. BARGAINS The crescent creamery Co. 018-20 Henn. Av. Both Phones 610 DIAMONDS And all Precious Stones, loose and mounted, at the Lowast Prloes In the city. H. F. Legg & Co. UP STAIRS, BIS Nloollot Ave. Perhaps we can give you anew con ception of the possibilities of our art. - - } * V ' Mendenhall, the Florist, 37 Sixth street S Minneapolis, continues to get up the finest funeral flowers. Also ships them to any part of the northwest. G. I. Martin and G. E . Atherton of Min neapolis, who-have been touring the state with the state socialist lecture van, are on their way back to Minneapolis after a very satisfactory tour. Protect, from burglars and Are your jewels and valuable papers by placing them In the safety vaults of Minnesota Loan & Trust Co., 313 Nicollet avenue. Small safes $5 per year. Owing to "Minneapolis Day" at the fair the public affairs committee of the Com mercial club had no regular monthly meet ing yesterday. The question of tax levy and street lighting will be considered at the adjourned meeting. Rev. B. Nordentoft, the newly elected president of the university of the Danish Lutheran church at Des Moines, Iowa, will lecture at 8 p. m. to-day in the Dan ish St. Peter's church, Ninth street and Twentieth avenue S. N o charge will be made for admission. Instead of the regular prayer meeting of Trinity ^aptist church next Thursday evening at Y. M. C. A. hall, Rev. W. E. who spent over eight years in mission work in the Telugu field, will give a stereoptican lecture on British India and the Telugu mission in particular. The views are taken chiefly from the work and travels of Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins, and illlustrate- the leading features of the coun try, the people and their homes, habits, occupations,! customs and religion. A brief reference to the famine, its cause and remedy, with explanation of relief work, will be made. Try Our Dry Roasted Coffees. Prices Begin at 10c per Pound. Justly Celebrated Hoffman House, per lb 30c 100 Kiads to Select from. Money Drip Syrup, gallon 30c Now Orleans Molasses, gallon 25c fflckling Spice, lb 18c Blaok Pepper, lb 20c Cider Vinegar, gallon 18c Y/hlte Wine, gallon 13c 10 lbs Graham Flour 20c 10-lb bag Corn Meal 15c Quart Bottle Catsup 12'/2c Ginger Soaps, lb 5c oda Crackers 6o New White Clover Honey, very fanoy, comb 15c Fancy White Clover Strained Honey, pound Full Cream Cheese, lb A nice one. Raincoats and Umbrellas. HeadquartersPlymouth Clothing House. THE WEATHER PREDICTIONS Teas. ' MinnesotaPartly cloudy to-night and Thursday, with possibly an occasional light local shower east to south winds. WisconsinPartly cloudy and warm to night and Thursday, with possibly an oc casional light shower southerly winds pre vailing. Upper MichiganPartly cloudy to-night and Thursday, with possibly an occasional light shower variable winds. IowaPartly cloudy to-night and Thurs day, with possibly showers.in north, por-. tlons -warmer in central and east por tions to-night southerly winds. North and South DakotaGenerally fair to-night' variable w'inds. MontanaGenerally fair to-night and Thursday variable winds. Knox HatsHanan. Shoes. Fall styles, Plymouth Clothing. House. 10c 12c CIVIL WAR VETERANS Several Minnesota Regiments:. Hold Reunions at the Fair. The Seventh Minnesota regiment held a reunion yesterday at the state fair. The Fourth regiment met this afternoon and the Fifth this morning. The Sixth regi ment met at Harriet Island at 10 o'clock, the Eighth in the senate chamber at the same hour. The Tenth regiment met at 10:30 in room 16 at the capitol. The Second battery survivors gathered* at 2 o'clock in room 20. With Brackett's battalion of cavalry met the members of the Fifth Iowa who live in Minesota. The Minne sota Veterans' association held its an Market. nual meeting in the council chamber at St. Paul at 2 o'clock. IN- BUTTER A POUND cheaper than at your grocers Exceptional Bargains in Used Pianos for This Week. ROSE & CO., M- &/*w,Ji H. H. HEGENER 3 Uprights in good condition, full size, 7 oc taves $5.00 monthly. $80 $90 $100 "Crown " Pian o Largest size, used only 4 months, just like new regu- f^Oi^C lar price, $450. - - We have just re ceived 1000 pairs of the latest fall stories, a big variety to pick from and the saving of $1.00 bn every pair, fit guaranteed. See our window display. Shoes reheeled and re soled in 15minutes, $8*66 monthly. " Sterling Pian o Beautiful walnut case, full, rich, tone, used 5 months, regular price $375. Now $8.00 monthly. S. T. 80RENSEN, 312 Nicollet Av., Mpls. Ebonized case* good tone, unusual TAILORS. No. 39 South Third St. Bpectaoles SI and up. Eye* examined free by OSTRSM THE SPECIALIST, who devotes his entire time and energy to this one thing. Office, 829 Nlcol ollet av. of stairs.\ 807 Hloollot Ave. Batont hollow proond^, Baton anaOUpi aeoorann AXOf uwuw n wwi ad Clippers sharpened. China eooranng . Barbers' Supplies, Knives, Bag* lists . Kasors, Shear* A tallCarver*Toilet Una of - '^* THE-MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. Sf^i#4%,|iS HCMOftE DENIED Prospective Brides and Grooms Laid Siege to Clerk's Office , ~ Yesterday. ., , Love Finds a' Way, and the Licenses They Must Have Were v Obtained. -.., Consternation reigned in Cupid's camp yesterday afternoon. For a considerable time it looked as tho the little winged god had lost his cunning and. his minions would be unsuccessful in a general attack upon the barricades of matrimony. Fickle\ fortune changed front, however, and be fore night all members of the attacking party were within the sacred precincts. Yesterday was Minneapolis day at the sto,te fair. The city and county offices were accordingly closed during the after noon. -There was the rub, and it came near being the cause of serious trouble to several young, persons intent upon kneel ing at Hymen's altar. About 3 o'clock T. Schadegg, a young man residing at St. Louis Park, hurried down the corridors of the big and empty building. Chancing to meet an employe the young man inquired the locality of the clerks' office. He was Informed that the aforesaid office was closed for the day. "Closed! Well, I've got to get It open!" ejaculated the excited' visitor. H e then proceeded to enlighten his companion as to the cause of his evident nervousness, as follows: "You see I want a marriage license. I've got to get it, too, even if I have to turn the whole town upside down. W e have made all the arrangements for a wedding to-night and we can't put It off, either. Why, if I had imagined that the office would be closed I could have se - cured the license yesterday, but that don't make any difference. A license I must get to-day orwell, there ain't any ors." This burst of eloquence lasted until the two had reached the clerk's office door, which was opened with a pass key. Inside two people, a man and a maid of tender years, evidently from rural districts, stood in a corner near the marriage license counter. Tender sentiments were being exchanged thru the eye medium and the two were oblivious of the presence of visitors for some time. "What are you Waiting for?" was asked. "We want to get married." "How long have you been waiting?" "About an hcyr." "Well, I don'=t soe how you can be mar ried to-day. There is no clerk here and probably won't be. Couldn't you put off the wedding until to-morrow?" "Welli no, I should say not.. W e have come twenty miles to get a license and don't want to 0 home without it. W e must have one to-day." The man, whose name is Charlie Leuer, and who lives at Medina, was of sufficient size to give weight to his remarks,and everyone began to wonder how the dilemma was going to be solved. The young lady, Katherlne Herzig, was an -interested spectator and occasionally weeped a weep on her be trothed's shoulder. - During this conversation two more men entered the office. "And what is it you want?" was inquired of the new arrivals. "Oh, we want to get a marriage 11-, cense." - . - - "Shades of Blackstone. I guess we are all In a bad boat," murmured the first seeker as he saink dejectedly into a - ... The gravity of the situation moved., everyone to action and the telephones, were kept busy in an endeavor to locate a oierk. Finally Mr. Dickey was found by the. sheriff's force and altho he was suf fering-from the whooping cough he finally consented.,.,to Come chair. Gloria $3.50 Shoes. Fall styles now in, Handsomest $3.50 shoes ever produced. Sole agency at the Nickel Plate. - - - ATTGrtfST COLD AND WET Government Reports-Confirm a Pop ular Impression. The mean temperature of August for the last thirteen years at the Minneapolis station has been 69.8 degrees. This year the mean was 65. Therefore last August established a very low record. The warm est day was Aug. 21, 88 degrees, and the coldest the 30th when the thermometer showed 48. The rainfall was greater than the August record for the last thirteen years. ' Theamination, average is 3.66 while in August last the precipitation was 4.61 inches. The swift est wind was sixty n)iles on the 5th andFirst from the northwest. The total movement at Minenapolls was 8,174 miles. ! Six days in August were clear, fourteen (partly cloudy and eleven were'oloudy with \ rain on twelve days. lieve the-hearts of..the.,young people, who for about two.hours-^had been kfipj^on the: anxious seat. - Temple Court. A 10-cent Cigar for 5 cents. BAST SMOTHERED IN BED. - Edith, the 6-months-old daughter of Louie Luget, who lives in North St. Paul, was smoth ered beneath the bed clothing yesterday. Cor oner Miller investigated and decided an inquest unnecessary. Plngree-Made Shoes. The New Glorias. Eighty new stylesone price, $3.50. See them at the Nickel Plate. TEACHERS DON'T PASS' Many Fail in the State TestsFig ures for Two Years. A very low percentage of applicants passed this year's* state examination for teachers. The result of this year's ex compared follows: ..... Applicants- grade certificates... Second grade certificates. Limited certificates ....... Itonewal certificates ..... Papers Ueceived ' First grade ,344 Second grade .27,089 MONEY FOR COUNTY FAIRS State Auditor Disburses a Total of $14,000 Appropriated as State Aid. The $14,000 aid authorized by law was distributed yesterday among the fifty-one county agricultural societies which held fairs last year, by State Auditor Iyersort. The fairs receiving aid and the premiums which they paid last fall are as follows: Aitkin, $343.75 New Ulm. $275 Garden City, $428.80 Carver, Montevideo, $418.80 Rush City, tlarnum,$282.35 270.85 Windom, $346,86 . Braiherd. $208.65 $308.05:. Farmington, $267.85 Kasson, $505.75 Blue Earth, $268 Elbow Lake. $341.45 Jackson, $186.05 Mora, $307.30 Hallock.$302.10 Madison, $286 Le Sueur, $299.50 Hutchinson, $454 Austin. $645.15 Fairmont, $401 Minne apolis Poultry association, $592 St. Peter, $293.25 Pine City, $818.30 GlenwoOd, $271.50 Bird Island, $273.38 Thief River Palls, $181.75 Plalnvlew. $28.6.60 Winona, $984.25 Anoka! $295.25 Minnesota Butter and Cheesemakers association, St Paul, ~ " " " " Preston, $542: Park bridge. $285.50 Grand sota Fanciers^ association, St. Paul, $256.16j P|J5BI THRONG THE STORES Big Crowds" Wiich Tax Hotels and Street Cars Do Much Trading. Hotels Were Never So Crowded So Early i in a "Fair - Week." Altho it has been found necessary during past years, to. turn away prospective guests from every hotel in the state fair week the hotels have never been filled up so rapidly and completely as they have during the last three days. With the Exception of a very few rooms reserved by' two of the hotels for com mercial travelers there has been nothing in the way of a room left in any hotel since Monday afternoon and beginning with Monday evening the hotels have been unable to furnish even sleeping accom modations which a cot in a hall would af ford. The week's crowd has been *- rec ord-breaker and something local hotel men and the street car management have never befbre seen. , ^.. Stores Are Thronged. - -: - It is most-apparent that the great ma - jority of the state fair visitors are of the well-to-do class because the trade at the fetail and wholesale stores has been un - usually heavy for so early in -the Week. Ordinarily the big stores do not-have a great rush until the visitors begin to go home on Thursday and Friday, but this year the stores have been crowded with strangers since Monday morning and with good weather the state fair of this year will establish a record with local trades people as wfel as on its Own grounds, JUDGES SIT TOGETHER Lochren and Morris Jointly Open the Fa%Te,r^,p $he federalu , The Ne w Glorias. Fall weights and styles the handsomest ever brought out. Found only at the Nickel Plate. $260 G O TO FORT RILEY Regulars from 'Snelllng WIIJ Participate in Field Maneuvers There In October. ,. All troops in the Department Of Dakota will go to Fort Riley, Kan., about Oct. 10 for field movements. This includes the Twenty-first regiment and. band. Th e movements will last ten days. The par pose is to get as large a body of troops together for war practice as possible.-. - $145 bargain $6.00 monthly. Oneof their best styles, GOTPC good as new: regular W r Q price $450. This week.. - ** $8.00 monthly. \. NEW PIANOS FOR RENT $3.50 and $4.00 A MONTH. Foster & Waldo, 36 8th St., Oar. Nloollot. -f - . Temple Court. . ^ A io-cent Cigar, for 5 cents. PLANS ARE APPROVED Remodeling of Fort Snelling Will Cost About $400,000. Colonel George E. Pond, formerly chief quartermaster of the Department' of Da - kota, has wired Congressman - F. C. Ste vens that the war department has ap - proved-: the?, plans" made for remodeling the- old Ejaast at Fort Snelllng. The im provements will cost $400,000 and bids will be received tin-ten days. "_ , *? _ Handsome $3.50 Shoes for Women. -- Our new Gloria boots are the handsom est styles ever., brought out at -thia -price.. W e are sole agents. The Nickel Plate. A t\ sides of the St. Croix river. . T Defective Page Vl DEVORE ARRAIGNED Diamond Contract Man Will Have Trial Monday. , S. W . 'Devore, president of the Devore Diamond company, and indicted for send ing lottery advertisements thru the United States mail, was arraigned in the federal court yesterday. H e pleaded not guilty and his trial was set for next Monday. ''"'"' C. S. Jelley Is Back. ... C. ~S. Jelley, first assistant county at - torney. - returned this, morning frpm a three months' trip thru Europe. H e has accomplished..'the. pr^lncipal object of his visit,and .la much- improved.in. health.. : to .the office and re- : ' .-"V-"'^:- '. '-" '' Temple Court. A 10-cent Cigar for 5 cents. ' ^rSeeks Damages for .Deafness. ',-- A. Fourth of July episode Ms likely to cost Ole ?G. Running' much trouble'and considerable cash. 'August Larson^ has brought an action in the district oourt.to recover $2,000 damages from Running, al leging that defendant wilfully placed a revolver near the head of plaintiff last Fourth and the explosion therefrom has rendered him permanently deaf. Aotlon for Divorce. -with - last year's, - Ernest J. Clough has sued Sarah H. Clough for a divorce. Desertion is charged. 1903. . 828 2,446 1.968 2S1 1902. 911 2.486 1,921 1SII"f5 4$r Thursday's Special Furniture Bargains. Court Here. Judge Page Morris yesterday began his first session of court as United States circuit judge. Judge William Ijochren sat with the new member of the bench. Th e regular routine work of opening a new term was carried'bn with dispatch. The grand jury was sworn And at once went into session. Temple Court. A 10-cent Cigar for 5 cents. DEMANDS ON 0. 0. BUREAU 8,545 17,517 It Is Asked for Much More Than Information. ,.80,438 Total Certificates Issued - Complete firsts 282 Complete seconds 1,066 Conditional firsts ' 218 Conditional seconds 736 Limited seconds 892 Failing 2,820 Per cent passed 48 Per cent, failed 52. 21,062 Many patrons of the Commercial Club information bureau in the old city hall seem to think the bureau is a branch office of the city hall, and numerous ap - plications have been made for both dog and bicycle licenses. I t does serve as an employment bureau, however, and thru It many visitors have secured situa tions. Shortly before noon to-day' a man en - tered! and aslced how much it would cost him to be directed to the Milwaukee sta tion. .: Another wished to be directed to Xerxes avenue N, and when advised as to.wh at car,line to take.^he stated that be didn't care about that, as he was "used to walkin'." "there have been nu - merous applications for free lodgings, but as the club has not the privilege of us - ing the vacant portion of the building it has been impossible to grant the requests. . 865 1,837 288 780 1,083 1,487 73 29 Temple Court. A 10-cent Cigar for 5 cents. Hava You Seen The new Glorias? Prettiest women'* $&50 shoe made. Nickel Plate, sole agent*. CLEAN OUT BLIND PIGS St. Pauil Council Takes Steps to Purify Midway. The St. Paul city council haa ordered License Inspector Jessrang to report the location of all blind pigs existing within the city limits. This will be a serious blow to the blind pigs of Midway, where fifteen places ur e running In open viola tion of the law. A 10-cent cigar for 5 cents. NO TUBERCULAR COWS State Sanitary Board Says Those of Twin .City Vioinlty Have All Been --'- Killed. . - . .'.f . '."^,'', "The people of Minneapolis and St. Paul need not "fear that they are drinking milk from tuberculous cows. The cows af fected by this disease have all been killed and there is now nb danger," Is the state ment given out by the state sanitary live stock board which has appraised and killed 208 cows since It began work June 16. ' " Of this number 178 were quarantined in South St. Paul and Golden Valley and 35 were shipped in from outside.points. An y cow which reacts under the test for tuber culosis Is killed by the board, the state paying three-fourths of its appraised value, which'cannot exceed $35. Nickel PlateSole Agents' ' *"" For Gloria boots. The handsome $8.50 shoes for women.. New fall styles npw in. . BAISED^THE LIMIT . Water Power Company Ha s Capital of ^ $500,000 to Oae at Tay- , , , , ' '?.' . ~~:' Free Freight. All this week we pay Freight to all stations within 200 miles (longer if necessary) on all purchases exceeding $20.00 in amount. city during 100 Quarter Sawed Golden Oak Finish, Roomy Saddle Seat Rockers, like picture, very comfortable, very massive and very durable regularly$4.50 A Q Q E Thursday $i9u : ' \- The civil calendar was taken up and the case of the Midland Linseed Oil com pany against the National Lead company was called. Plaintiff is suing to recover $3,000 due on some carloads of oil. Th e court-is being conducted in Judge Cray's rooom in tne county courthouse on account of the unfinished condition of the federal building. ."'.'- 100 Golden Oak, finely finished, Combination Bookcases and Writing Desks like picture, with French Bevel Plate Mirror in top and with Writing: Compartment' conveniently ar ranged, neatly carved, trimmed and heavily castered regularly $16.00, Thursday _ Ipra: JFaUa. . *iJv - The indebtedness Jimit and the capital of the company formed In Minnesota to develop the water power near Taylors Falls haa been increased to 1(500,000. This was necessary to - obtain control of the falls and the near-by property on both h , 500 Golden Oak finished Dining Chairs, like picture, with fine woven Cane Seats and Braoe Arms, as shown regularly 0 1 I E $1.75-Thursday. Olllu Limit eight to a customer. DIED UNDER ANAESTHETIC Patient at St. Paul City Hospital Suc cumbs to Chloroform on the Oper atlna Table. Katherlne Fechlln, a domestic, died on the operating table at the St, Paul city hospital yesterday from chloroform narco sis. She was to be operated on for ab - dominal abscess, and had been placed un - der the influence of chloroform. Bu t be - fore the surgeons were ready for the knife she died. Miss Fechlin had been employed by Dr. Stamm, 105 Smith avenue, as a domestic She was 22 years old. Temple Court. SEPTBMBEE ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION. BUY SCBANT0N COAL - ' ' ' ' ''-''' ''"i NorthwesternFuelCo x *S \ ,*:.. - 304 MICOLLETAy,p.,- :,. i^^sMpiiMM&iaiifc^^ 2, imf kur Credit, is Good at, The New England. 100 Solid Oak Golden Finish Dressers, Lke picture, generous size, with bevel plate mh ror regularly $11. ^ Thursday . One to a customer. 100 Solid Golden Oak Washstands to match, nicely arranged with cupboards and drawer: regularly$4.75. ( 4 A C Thursday 9ti99 One to a customer. 100 Extra Heavy Polished. Finish Quarter Sawed Golden Oak and Mahogany Finish Mor ris Chairs, like picture and similar, entire fronts of frames beautifully carved, with handsome Claw Feet and carved Heads, Soft Reversible Cushions, upholstered, in either AMUSEMENTS METROPOLITAN I Tonight, 25c to $1. Saturday Mat., 26o and 60c. WAY DOWN EAST ORIOINAL BIQ CAST Next Week.... Ohauncey Olcott in "TERENCE.' 1 P I m J OU*iffia5 ? Tonight at 8:16, Jacob Litt's Success, ffl OLPhenomenal D KENTUCK Y Prize Dancing Contest Friday Night. Next Week 'The Princess Ohio" Beautiful Teeth t - - vriac W.H. RENDELL.,Clty Agt. 25 Solid Mahogany Pol ished Finish, 3-section Leaded Glass Bookcases like picture, 60 inches long, very highest grade of construction and fin ish, regularly $55,00 Thursday Special at $37.50 Two-section ditto, regu larly $50, Thursday, .$6p85 100 Golden Oak and Imitation Quarter Sawed Sideboards, like picture and similar. 42 inches long, Bevel Plate Mirror", with Lined Drawer for silver, heavily trimmed and caatored, regularly $19.50. mi A ft R Thursday 9l4fU0 vws^w^wvtf^^vwwwywiyv 100 Solid Golden Oak 45-inch Round Top six-foot Extension-Tables, like picture reg ularly $18.60. ( A 4 C .Thursday a9ll9 AMUSEMENTS u * *S55 i.'* $32.60 One-section ditto, regu larly $45, Thursday, $27.60 EtJBVI Matinees 2:30. 4& Jf c- 'AH -4. riATINBB TOMORROW I FERRIS _ mn STOCK OO. in Paul M. Potter's dramatisa- tion of Du MaurierV Evening*: 8:30. PricoM Night 10c. S o and 60e Day, 10c and 26c Sunday...'. "TheSporting Duchess" DEWEY THEATRE Matinee. Tonight at 8i16. BLUE RIBBON OIRLS EXTRAVAGANZA CO. "Special Ladies' Matinee Friday" Next Week "Irwin's Majesties." AT LITTLE PRICE. Special during.State Fair Week only. We do just as we advertise, anddo first class work too.-. S c V Best full set teeth............. .$6.00 Try one of my aluminum lined or a doable no tion plate impossible to drop or make mouth tore. Call and see samples. - -r \.i Hs o*R A I* ^sffM r~, 8 Priceat /**$ 10c 20o ,.4 5oo fo^: ,*ifi* w art 329 NiooQet* Avenue.