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Correct Dress Head to Foot for Men, Women and Children.
Fur Manufacturing Dept.Sixth Floor. Fur SalesroomThird
Floor. The Largest. Oldest and Most Reliable Fur Manufacturing
business in this city. , . ,
Thanking the public for the largest Fur business this year in the
history of our house, The Plymouth offers January Fur Prices Now,
before Christmas, on the balance of Fur stock on hand (some $70,000
in value) so as to give every one an opportunity to buy before Christ-
mas There is no richer or better holiday gift for a Minnesota cli-
mate than som* Fur item.
(Commencing as low as a $5 Neck Piece, now offered'at $2.50,
every Fur Piece or Garment for Man, Woman and Child has the Ply-
mouth Mfg. guarantee for one year against all rips and imperfections.)
Ladies' Suits and Coats
60 Suits, formerly priced to sell at $25 and $30,
90 odd Coats, hardly two alike,
military and plain effects dt^
regular $35 and $40 coats ^LtO
T5he Great Tlymoxith Clothing Hoxxse
Mahogany Sewing Tables $12 to $35
Mahogany Parlor Tables $6.50 to $75
Mahogany Chairs $3.50 to $40
Mahogany Writing Desks . $15 to $85
Mahogany Music Cabinets $15 to $35
Mahogany Parlor Cabinets $20 to $50
Mahogany Bookcases $7 to $75
Mahogany Beds $35 to $90
Mahogany Di-essei's $35 to $135
Mahogany Chiffonniers $30 to $75
Mahogany Cheval Glasses $30 to $55
Mahogany Costumers , $6.50 to $15
Lace Curtains .. - .$3.50 to $50
Domestic, Persian and Turkish Rugs $4.50 to $400
Antique Brass and Bronze Pieces. $1 to $35
We extend to you an invitation to inspect our stock.
MOORE & SCRIVER, 711713 mcAve.
SPECIA L DIAIO
We will sell you LOOSE and MOUNTED PIECES as low
as other houses can buy them. GALL AND BE
H. F. LEGO & CO.,518SECOND
CLOSING OUT OUR
Near Sea l.
Sabl e, Persian Lamb,
Squirrel, Arctic Fox,
Blended Squirrel, Moleskin,
Blue Fox, Chinchilla.
A Pupils' Recital.
A recital was given in Johnson hall last
evening by the members of the teachers'
certificate class of the Johnson School of
Music. The- program was given by Misses
Alice Swanson. Camilla Egeland. Edna
Quarnstrom, Clara Brathovde, Lilian Co-
Cirkler's Cut Glass
We have ,iust opened up
one of the largest and finest
lines of cut glass ever re
ceived in Minneapolis. This
is a new departure for us,
and we are very desirous
that you see this elegant
ware at once.
VASES- WINE SETS-
This is the famous Quaker
City Cut Glass, a name that
is a guaranty of quality.
Chas. H. Cirkler, \
602 Nicollet Av. 49 Sixth St. S.
WAIST SPECIAL200 Vel
vet Waists worth $4.50,
$6.50 and $7.50. Special
Plymouth Corner, Sixth and Nicollet.
The Entrance of December
Marks the Threshold of
The Holiday Season.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUKNAL.
Mr s. A. B . Cates gave a charmingly
appointed tea this afternoon at her
home on Park avenue for Mrs. Edward
P . Wells, who has recently returned
from her summer home in New Hamp
shire. The hours were from 4 until
6 o'clock and about 200 guests were
present. Assisting thru the rooms
were Mmes. David F . Simpson, W . O.
Winston, Walter Keith, J . S. Byers,
John Porteous, C. G. Weston, Edward
Sewall and M. C. Wymond. A group
of younger women were in the dining
room, Mrs. Arthur Jewett, the Misses
Marguerite and Mary Wells, Sidney
Pattee, Sue Wier and Helen Bur
bridge. The reception-room was
bright with white flowers and piilk
was the chosen color in the second
room while the dining-room was radi
ant with red roses and smilax. Ever
greens and smilax were used with
charming effect thru all the rooms.
Last evening Dr. and Mrs. Cates
gave a dinner of fourteen covers. A
basket of red roses with a big red bow
on the handle formed the centerpiece.
Mr s. Hilleary Murray, who came
from Massachusetts, a bride of the fall,
gave her first post-nuptial at home this
afternoon in her apartments in the
Woonsocket. The decorations thru
the rooms were in white and pink.
Mr s. Murray was assisted by Mmes.
Perry Harrison and Edwin J . Kraft
and Mrs. Arthur W . Stevens, Misses
Irene Dean and Ethel Stong were in
the dining-room. This evening Mr.
Murray will join Mrs. Murray and
those assisting will be Messrs. and
Mmes. E . J . Kraft, James F . Kraft and
The marriage of Miss Katherine L .
Selover and Sidney R . Mather will
take place Saturday evening at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mr s. Peter Selover, 914 E Nineteenth
street. To-morrow afternoon Mrs.
William Selover will give a kitchen
shower at her home, 620 E Seven
teenth street, for the bride.
A wedding of Christmas week will
be that of Miss Mary Wheeler Plum,
daughter of Mrs. Mary D . Plum, and
Paul Hale Bruske of Detroit, Mich.,
which will take place at 5 o'clock on
Wednesday, Dec. 23, at the home of
the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
B. B . Hart, 2425 Harriet avenue. Only
a small group of relatives and friends
will be present and the number will
include Dr. Bruske, president of Alma
college. Michigan, and Mrs. Bruske,
the bridegroom's parents. Miss Flor
ence Plum will be her sister's maid
of honor and the bridesmaids will be
Misses Sue Weir and Esther Bruske.
Mr. Bruske is on the editorial staff of
the Detroit Tribune and will take his
bride to Detroit to reside.
Mr s. W . M. Savage will gi ve a
luncheon Saturday, Dec. 19, for Miss
Pauline Coggshall. I t will be a foot
ball luncheon and the guests will be a
group of Miss Coggshall's girl friends.
This evening Mr. and Mrs. William
D. Washburn will gi ve their annual
reception to the members and friends
of the Church of the Redeemer, at
their residence, Fair Oaks. These
gatherings have always been the most
delightful feature in the social life of
the church, and a general invitation is
extended to the congregation and
$19 to $60
The date for the junior ball at the
university has been set for Friday
evening:, Jan. 29.
The senior class of the East high
school will gi ve a dancing party in the
Phoenix clubrooms Friday evening,
De c. 18. A group of the teachers
will chaperone the young people and
some of the Central high school young
people will be present.- Miss Lilian
McMullen, Miss Marguerite Morgan,
Aden Tyler, Earle Wyman and
Maurice Salisbury are making the ar
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Pillsbury
and John S. Pillsbury gave a dinner
last evening at their home on Stevens
avenue in honor of the debutantes and
an equal number of men. Pink roses
formed the centerpiece and were at
each cove r. There were 16 at table.
The Danzie club is a new organiza
tion which had Its first meeting yes
terday with Mrs. A. H . Polley on.Cal
houn boulevard. I t has a membership
of twelve women who will meet fort
nightly for euchre. The games will be
preceded by a luncheon. Yesterday af
ternoon Mrs. Polley had for her table
decorations yellow chrysanthemums
and yellow tapers in candelabi- a. The
next meeting will be held Jan. 11 with
Mr s. J. J . Owen at the Nicollet hotel.
tions for Xmas Gifts.
Mr s. G. E . Dennis was very pleas
antly surprised last evening by the
members of the session of the First
Presbyterian church, with their wives,
the occasion being Mrs. Dennis' birth
day anniversary. A delightful even
ing was spent and a beautiful frappe
bowl and glasses were left as a happy
reminder of the day.
hen, Clara Melinal, Franc es Durnham,
Margaret Murphy, Mabel Hansen and Miss
Sweet. Assisting in the program^ were
Miss Churchill, a pupil of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles M. Holt, and Misses Zella Gard
ner and Carlabelle Mosses, pupils of Miss
Yo u Seen
Rev. and Mrs. Stuart B . Purves were
pleasantly surprised last evening at
their home on Fourth avenue S E by
fifty guests, the vestrymen and war
dens of Holy Trinity Episcopal church
and their wives and some of the par
ishioners, who gathered to celebrate
Mr s. Purves' birthday anniversary.
Mr s. Purves was presented with a
beautiful souvenir of the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Paulson of
1728 Elliott avenue were
A quiet wedding took place Sunday
afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
James Pate, 219 Twentieth avenue S,
when Miss May Adams and Edward
Faucet were married. Rev. J . S.
Montgomery read the service in the
presence of a small group of guests.
The bride is a well known nurse and
the bridegroom is ason of Rev. Mr.
Faucet of the Methodist Episcopal
church in Des Moines, Iowa. Mr. and
Mr s. Faucet went to Chicago to visit
the bride's sister and on their return
they will be at home in the Bucking
ham, St. Paul.
for The Dainty Neckwear
Shows all the latest models,
including' the new.
Fifth Avenue Bow, the
Kelser Hand-DvaTvn Collars.
Also Novelties in Ladies'
Bath Robes, Bath Slippers,
Hosiery, Silk Undervests,
"Norfolk" Knit Jackets,
Belts in Crush Leather, -
Sweaters. Pocket Books,
Gloves for Street Wear,
Carriage Bags, Hand Bags,
Netsuka's Fitted Suit Case.
"If it cornea from Barnaby'a
Cor. 4th & Nicollet
PERSONAL AND SCfciAL.
Dr. and Mrp. P. S. Calkins left last week for
California to spend the winter.
Mr. and 3&rs. Allen Hill trill leaTe shortly for
Savannah, Gn.. to spend the -winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Townsend and Miss
Vera Townsend are at the San Angelo for tbe
Nicollet lodge. No. 47. will gixe a cinch party
Wednesday afternoon in A. O. U. W. hall, 229
Pansy social club will be entertained by Mrs.
M. A. Fuluier Thursday afternoon at her home.
12 Seventh street N.
Miss TClla Sage will come from St. Timothy's
school in Haltlmore to spend the holidays with
her aunt, Mrs. C. J. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. John Curie will entertain the
Thirteenth Ward Cinch club to-morrow evening
at their home on Colfax avenue S. .
Minneapolis people at New York hotels are as
follows: St. Penis, T. C. Virhoeff: Broadwav
Central. F. S. Gold. Fargo, N. D.Albert. H. L.
Dr. and Mrs. George D. Head and son Doug_ ^ weeH- Get tickets
1M have returned from Europe. Jgr_. Head "has' at 600 Nicollet av., Minneapolis, Minn
been studying In the medical clinics of Vienna,
The Uose Leaf Social club will give a dance in
Maccabee ball. Franklin and Bloomington ave
nues S. Thursday evening. The musio will be by
The Philharmonic Social clnb will give a dance
to-morrow evening in the Fourth Ward Republi
can liH.1l- on Western avtnue. On Dec. 25 a snow
ball has been planned.
The card party which was to have been Riven
to-morrow afternoon at the resluence of Mrs.
(Joorge parr, 271 $ Tnvlor street NB, by the
Ladies' Auxiliary to the O. It. C, has been
Mr. and Airs. Mortimer F. Smith of Milwau
kee and .J. L. Richards of Buchanan, Mich., who
were in attendance at the funeral of the late
Addle 51. Manneld, have returned home. Mr.- and
Mrs. Arthur Hinies of Racine, Wis., remain
with Mr. and Mrs. Mai.sfleld for the present.
HOLIDAY SALES AND BAZAARS
The women of Wesley M. E. church
opened a bazaar of nations this afternoon
in the church parlors, and will continue
it this evening and to-morrow afternoon
and evening. The Sunday school rooms
opening from the larjare parlor have been
transformed into booths representing the
different countries. In the first booth the
reception committeeRev. and Mrs. J.
S. Montgomery, Dr. and Mrs. Mark B.
Smith and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Williswill
receive. The decorations are all in red,
white and blue, and Miss Wambolcl will
have charge of the messengers of the
United States Express company, who will
sell packages among the crowd. The In
dian booth, with its gay bead work, burnt
wood and baskets, is in charge of Mrs.
J. W. Morrison, assisted by Mmes. F . D.
Orff and Cooper. Linens, doilies, center
pieces and other pi-etty work is found in
the green-decked Irish booth, where Mmes.
G. W . Critten, Shepherd and Sinks pre
side. Pink cherry blossoms designate the
Japanese booth, where Japanese ware and
aprons are sold by Mmes. W. W. Sykes,
Edward Moerrs and Abbie Hilt. The
English booth has a picture of Queen
Victoria above the table of cakes, fruits,
jellies and mince meat. A barrel of apples
was made into the toothsome dainty and
over half of it was sold this afternoon.
Mmes. C. A. Couch. Metz, George Rose
and Wilson had charge of the fancywork
which was displayed in the Fren ch booth,
and Mmes, Ennis, Bowlei-, Hay, Cushman
and Fisher were in the German booth,
where all sorts of toys and dolls were
sold. Towels and bathrobes were on the
table in Turkey, and Mmes. Earl Dunn,
Mower, Rice and Robideau were sales
women. The Chinese booth was gay with
hangings and panels, and fans, umbrellas
and Chinese ware were sold by Mmes. J.
S. Montgomery, M. W . Savage, T. A.
Jamieson, Whipple and Little. Cocoanuts,
fruits and gay articles made from bandana
handkerchiefs were in the African booth,
where Mmes. Olds, Freeman, Benjamin
and Townsend were in chai'ge. Mmes.
King. Sloane, McCulteclx and Mabey took
subscriptions for the Xadies* Home Jou r
nal in a booth of red and black.
This evening a chicken pie supper will
be served and a grand march will be led
by Uncle Sam and Columbia. Each na
tion-will be represented by some one in
costume, and an orchestra will play. -A
program will be given by W. H. Dale,
Mmes. W. E. Ford, E. E. Smith, L. M.
Park, Clarke, Miss May Kemper, Messrs.
Winters, St. Clair, Fred McClellarf and a
Quartet of jubilee singers. To-morrow
evening an oyster supper will be served
and there .will be *aA,progran with the
parade of nations, [, _. ,-.
The women of Lyndale church will have
their Ch 'istmas sale of fancy articles,
dolls and home-ma de candies to-morrow
afternoon and evening-.
The women of Broadway M. E. church
will have a sale of work to-morrow after
noon and evening, when fancy and useful
articles and candies will be offered in the
church parlors. An entertainme nt will
be given in the evening and refreshments
will be served.
TEACHERS ARE PACIFIED
The Threatened Row in the Nl. E
The teapot tempest in the Minnesota
Educational association has been quieted
for the present. The St. Paul educators
on the entertainment committee decided
yesterday to withdraw their resignations,
after they had received assurances from
President US. E. Mclhtire of Crookston that
he would withdraw his opposition to Sec
retary Bryant, endeavor to have the office
of corresponding secretary revived, and
keep his hands out of the arrangemen ts
for''the coming convention.
Sta te Superintendent Olsen, Superin
tendent A. J. Smith and his assistant, J.
D. Bond, and Professor J. C. Bryant, the
St. Paul men who resigned last week, met
yesterday with the Commercial club re p
resentatives on the committee, and after
a discussion withdrew their resignations
and resumed work with the committee.
Something Good to Remember
When buying Xmas presents: That
we are satisfied with little profits on
Neckwear, Furs, Cloaks and suits. E .
E . Atkinson.
UNIVERSITY TWILIGHT CONCERT.
The Young Women's Christian association of
the university will continue a pleasing custom by
having a twilight concert to-morrow afternoon nt
4 o'clock in the chapel. The program will be
given by Miss Frances Vincent and John Parsons
- The Main Traveled Line
to Sioux City and Omaha is the North
Western Line (Omaha road). Five
trains a day with connections in Union
Pacif ic union depot at Omaha
for Denver, Colorado Springs,
Pueblo, Salt Lake City and all
points in Oregon and California.
Thru tourist cars for California Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday every
for Christinas Presents.
Buy them now . . . our
stock of gloves is unusually
large andcomplete in sizes
and colors. Prices from
$1.00 to $3.75 pair
Sal e of Fin e Rockers..
Children's Cloaks at Cost.
Buy the little girl a pretty coat for
Xmas and verify the above statement.
E , E . Atkinson. :
surprised last evening by forty friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Paulson were presented
with a handsome silver tea service.
A Prodnctive Country Opened for Set
The Great Northern railway has
completed and is now operating its
new branch line from Granville to
Mohall, N . D . B y the completion of
this line, which is 46.96 miles in
length, one of the finest and richest
agricultural sections of North Dakota,
known as the Mouse River country,
has been opened for settlement. Land
can at present be obtained at reason
able prices, and the soil being unusu
ally fertile and wonderfully productive
should produce crops the first year
which will pay the co st of same. The
names of the stations on this line are
Deering, Glenburn. Lansford and Mo
hall. Large settlements already hav
ing been established, the company has
opened regular agencies at all of the
above points with the exception of
Complete information can be ob
tained by applying to any agent of
the Great Northern railway or to F . I.
Whitney, General Passenger and Tick
et Agent, St. Paul, Minn.
Wednesday, Dec. 9, '03..
added inducement of
WANTED - WOMAN'S BUILDING
Effort to Be Made to Secure One at the
The profits of the university magazine
for one month will become the nucleus of
a fund to erect a women's building on the
campus. The need for a building has been
felt for a long time and yesterday at -the
reception of the Women's league in the
armory the movement was started. Pro
fessor Maria Sanford in an address
voiced the need and described women's
buildings at other universities. She sug
gested that earnestness in the cause would
soon secure the building.
The reception was the second of the
series and about 500 young women were
present. The university orchestra made
its first appearance and played for dan
cing. In the program music was given by
Helen Riggs and Lena Falk Gjertsen, and
Ruth Leonard recited. "Villikins and
Dina ." a musical comedy, was presented
by Emily Janney, Blanche Higginbotham,
Agnes Watson, Lila Stone, Artie Skoog,
Kthel Mclntyre and Wilhelmina Beyer.
The reception committee was Mrs. F . S.
Jones, James Paige, Hope McDonald,
Laura Gould, Marion Jones and Pearl
For Convenience of Shoppers
I n the up-town district, The Journal
has a branch office in Donaldson's
Glass Block in the office in front of
the new elevator on the main floor.
Want ads, social items and subscrip
tions will be received.
will do 't has curie j thousandsi it
will oure you. Sc cl at druggists,
price 50 cent* per oottle *
Just in time for Christmas .. Buy Wednesday .. Save money .. and get
e Amount S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
with cash purchases in the Furniture Dept. only, Wednesday, Dec. 9,1903.
A combination of three unusually advantageous purchases placed in our hands a
large stock of new, handsome, well-made Rockers. We will sell them to you
as we bought them
Handkerchiefs... 3 for 1 Stamps.
Handkerchiefs are in great demand just at present. . . will be more so
a little later . . . they make very pretty gifts, and are always appropriate. We
have them in fine, sheer qualities, in an immense assortment to choose from . . .
no store in the Twin Cities can equal it. You are bound to find what you
want here, and the
Triple Amount* S. 2 b H. Green Trading Stamps,
Umbrellas for Christmas...
gathering of styles tn the two towns here. The
present stock is the best we have ever had the
values are unequaled. You will find plain black,
navy, red, etc., in solid colors and fancies, mounted
with handles of fancy sterling silver chased or
plain... gun metal, ivories, natural wood, etc.
at* the lowest* prices.
Special Wednesday, Dec. 9, '03 we will give
- 4.-. . -' - *-
The Woman's, guild of St. Andrew's
Episcopal church will have its annual sale
of useful and fancy articles and home
made candies at the home of Mrs. Mer
riam. 2020 Fremont avenue N, to-morrow
afternoon and evening.
S. (* H. Green Trading Stamps
with cash purchases in the Umbrella Dept.
Sewing Machin e Sale ...
We are the sole Minneapolis agents for the
"Domestic,-" "Standard" & "Paragon" machines.
For Wednesday and the rest of this week, we will sell the best shuttle ma-
chine that one of the world famous Sewing
it is a five drawer drop head case, complete with
full set of attachments, with written guarantee,
DECEMBER 8, 1903.
at* remarkably low prices ....
They comprise a wide assortment of finishes and styles mostly golden oak and
birch mahogany finish... .in cobbler seats shaped saddle seats upholstered
seats... .and cane seats.
We have divided them into ten lots, priced as follows any of them would be
marked at least one-half more than we ask.
Lot 1.. Child's Rocker.... 69c.
Lot 2. .Child's Rocker... .$1.29.
Lot3. .Parlor Rocker... .$2.98.
Lot 4. .Parlor Rocker $3.48.
Th e Special Stamp Offer
for Wednesday in this department includes the above Rockers, even at the
$2.98 Third Floor... .Take Arcade Elevators.
best values at lowest prices.
Buy Wednesday, Dec. 9, 1903, as we will give with cash purchases in the
Women's and Children's Handkerchiefs Dept. Only
Handkerchiefs by the box a specialty.
A special offer for Wednesday only...
Choose from the largest and greatest
A stock that is rich in beautiful
gifts for Christmas Prices reduced.
In our Arcade Basement, conveniently arranged for
viewing, is one of the choicest, and the best selected
stocks of pictures in the Twin Cities. Among
them are many fine reproductions of paintings by
some of the world's famous masters beautiful
landscapes, water-scenes, figures, animals, etc., in
greatest variety all handsomely framed. The
prices have been greatly reduced, and in addition
... .special for Wed. Dec. 9, '03.... .we will give
.to this extraordinary low price we offer the
Triple Amount* S. 3 b H. Green Trading Stamps
with cash purchases, in the Furniture Dept. Only, including all Sewing Machines.
If impossible to buy Wednesday and secure the stamps, remember the special price is good until Saturday evening.
. Third Floor Take Arcade Elevators.
A SKIN OP BEAUTY IS A JOY FOREVER
T. FBXIX GOUBAUD'S ORIENTAL
CEAM, O R MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
Moth Patches, Rasn.and Skin
diseases, and every blemish
on beauty, and
It has stood the
test of 66 yearg.
and is so harm-
leas we taste It
to be sure It IK
properly mad e.
Accept no count-
erfeit of similar
name. Or. L. A.
Sayre said to a
lady of the haufr
ton (a patient):
will uie them, I
_ qonraod' Creut'
as the lestharmf uioitaU kln preparations." For sale
by all Druggists and Fancy Goods DeaJers in the V..,
Canadas, and Europe. . . _. .. ,
FRED.T. HOPKINS, Prop'r. 37 Greet Jones St.H.Y-
' Tooth Powder
New Patent Top Can. Compare quantity ami
quality with others. Sozodont is economy
A free sampl* cf e* Bros- Caa-
$arin. It ts an tde./ liquid laxative
for ehildiren. yrrwo *opl And
nd everyone. Cu-s after all oth
ers have *ailed. "j*--?
Tired babies become rested
You will be glad that you sent'for a sample
of Mellin's Pood when you see how eagerly
baby takes it. *--
know wh at
Rea Bros.' Cascarin
MELLIN'S FOOD CO., BOSTON, MASS.
L- : _
Patrons of Journal want columns
are requested to have their eop In
the effice by 11:30 o'clock on Satur
day in order to Insure proper classifi
cation In that evenlng'e issue.
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
with cash purchases in the Picture Dept.
3 for 1 ^
Wednesday. Dec. 9-'03, we will give
. S. H. Green
With cash purchases of
Standard Tomatoes, 2-lb cans, i t *
a customer, each, 5c.
Ideal Early June Peas, 2 cans 25o
Telephone Peas, per can 1
Sweet Corn, per can 7 c
String Beans, per can 8c.
Succotash, per can lie.
Spinach, large cans, each 13c.
French Peas, extra fine, 18c.
Mushrooms, choic e, per can 22o.
BUTTER, BEST, PER JAR $l.ST
Lard, best qualit y, per lb, 8%c
Large Queen Olives, per qt, 25c.
Florida Grape Fruit, each 10c. \
Florida Oranges, per doz, 20c.
Choice Cooking Apples, per pk, 30c,
Cranberries, per quart, 7c.
Parsnips, per peck, 12c.
White Onions, per peck, 12c.
MIXED NUTS, PER LB, 15@17o.
Shelled Almonds, per lb, 30c.
New Dates, per lb, 7c.
Cleaned Currants, per lb pkg, Sc.
Seeded Raisins, per lb pkg, lie.
French Mix ed Candy, worth 40c|
5-lb boxes. S i. 15.
Crystalized Ginger, per lb, 35c.
BARBER'S WHITE SATIN FLOUR,
PER BAG, $2.30.
Corn Mea l, 10-lb bags, 16c.
Graham Flour, 10-lb bags, 18c.
Buckwheat, best, 10-lb bags, 34c
Rolled Oats. 10-lb bags, 30c.
Tapioca or Sag o, 3 lbs, 7c.
Macaroni, domestic, per lb, 7c.
Best Japan Rice, per lb, 6c.
Port Wine, 5 years old, per gallon*
$1 y2 gal, 55c qt, 30c.
fed on Mellin's
Food. Mellin's Food nour
ishes, j ,x:
White Port Wine, always. $3p !
Williams' Canadian Rye Whiskey,
always 90c for Wednesday, 68c.
Old Crow Whiskey, full quart boU
Sherwood, that famous Maryland
Ry e, full quart bottles, $1.00.
Pork Loin* lb, 9c.
Pork Chops, lb, 9c. '-.\-^-:
Sugar-Cured Hams, lb,-12%c.
Sugar-Cured Bacon, lb, 15c.
Lamb Stew. 6 lbs for 25c. \
Red-Hot's, lbrSc. " *
Home-made Mince Meat, .12%c
Blue Points, doz, 13c.
Picalilli, pint, 12%o.
Pepper, Sweet Mangoes, do% I0c
'fi .. -si
Doll, Toys and
Lot 5.. Parlor Rocker $3.98.
Lot 6..Parlor Rocker $4.37.
Lot 7. .Parlor Rocker $4.98.
Lot 8.. Parlor Rocker... .$5.68.
Lot 9. .Parlor Rocker $5.87.
Lot 10. .Parlor Rocker $6.42.
exceptionally low prices quoted.