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A prettily appointed wedding of last
evening was that of Miss Adah Har
riet Clarke and Daniel F. Carmichael,
which took place at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
E. Clarke, on Bryant avenue S. The
decorations were very beautiful, and
no colors but green and white were
used 'n the hall and drawing-room.
The stairway was hung in white and
banked with palms and ferns, and
on the newell post was a Japanese
basket filled with bride roses and
ferns. The drawing-room was a
bower of southern smilax, with vinca
vines and ferns running riot over the
mantel. Prom the arch of the big
window, which was banked with
green to form the altar, hung baskets
of the roses and ferns. The azalias,
which, with 4he ferns, topped the
bookcases in the library, were in pink,
and a great cluster of bridemaid roses
was caught in the tangle of vines on
the mantel. The lights were shaded
In pink, and vines trailed around the
chandeliers. The frappe table, decked
with flowers and vines, stood in a
leafy nook. The diningroom showed
a deeper color ,note in the meteor
roses on the sideboard and in the
basttet which hung from the chan
delier by a great bow of red satin
ribbon, and the bright blossoms were
reflected in the mirror below. The
ceiling was hidden by the vines,
which were caught at regular inter
vals by wedding bells of green and
red. The bride's cake, with its
wreath of lilies of the valley, was
on a side table.
Miss Mabel Carmichael played the
Mendelssohn march as the bride and
her sister, Mrs. Stanley Stanchfleld
fcJtarmg, who was her matron of hon
or, descended the stairs, and as the
last note sounded a string orchestra,
hidden by the palms in the hall,
(caught up the strain and played a
program of bridal music. Mrs. Star
ing wore her wedding gown of white
crepe de chine, with accordion pleat
lngs of chiffon and inset with Chan
tllly lace. Her flowers were pink car
nations. The bridal gown was of
white chiffon voile over silk. The
shirred skirt was edged with folds,
and the blouse had a yoke of lace
The girdle was of liberty satin, and
the veil of tulle. The bride carried
a great cluster of lilies of the valley
and was met at the foot of the stair
way bv the bridegroom and his best
man, Mr. Staring. The service was
re id by Rev. Marion D. Shutter in the
presence of 100 guests, the young
friends of the bridal couple.
An informal reception followed, and
Mr. and Mrs. Clarke and Mrs. John
iCaimichael received* with Mr. and
Mrs. Carmichael Mrs. Clarke wore
cream voile over white and inset with
lace, and her flowers were violets
Mrs. Carmichael was in black, with
rare old lace. Misses Jean Carmichael
and Bessie Mane Jones served frappe.
Among the guests were Dr. and Mrs.
W. C. Camsei on of Staples and Mrs
R. E. Jones of Revillo, S. S.
Mr. Carmichael and his bride left
for a short journey, and they will be
at home after Feb. 15 in* the Mus
gra\e flats, Seventeenth street and
Nicollet avenue Mrs. Carmichael's
traveling gown was of dark violet
zibeline, and her hat was of the same
Mrs E Stormes entertained a
large group of women at six-hand
euchre this afternoon at her home on
Aldrich avenue S Carnations and
tulips prettily carried out a color
scheme of red and white, and the
score cards were in the same shades.
Mmes. W A Hall, H. A Child and
Percy Aling assisted Mrs. Storms.
Eleven tables were played, and after
the games a light luncheon was served.
This evening Mr. and Mrs. Storms
ihave invited the members of the cinch
club to which thef belong to play
The Ideal Euchre club held its mid
winter luncheon this afternoon at the
home of Mrs R. Troendle on Garfield
avenue S. The decorations and ap
pointments were in red and white and
tulips and ferns were on the table
Palms anai ferns were placed thru the
rooms and the lights were all red
shaded. Mrs Troendle was assisted
by Mmes. A. L. Searle, E. J. Terwil
lleger and Clara Randall. Miss Belle
Erery prescription brought to CIRK
LES'S is filled exactly as the doctor
directs It the prescription calls for
a certain manufacturer's ingredient,
we glye you that and not something
that might possibly be a little cheap
er It is this unfailing rale and spe
cial prompt attention which has se
cured for OERBXEB the largest pre
scription trade in the city
Original Allegrettt Chocolate Creams
bave on the candy lovers of this city
Is Immense We sell more of this
delicious candy than any other dealer
in the country.
602 Nicollet. 49 Sixth St. So.
Searle sang, and after a piancT number
by Miss Minnie Troendle, euchre was
played. There were twenty-two
Mrs. H. A*. Child will give a card
party Friday afternoon at her home,
2824 Portland avenue.
Mrs. S. Friedlander will entertain
at cards Thursday afternoon at her
home, 2803 Second avenue S.
Mrs. John F. Irwin of 2446 Hum
boldt avenue S, has issued invitations
for a card party to be given Wednes
day, Feb. 3.
Announcement has been made of the
engagement of Mrs. Ella A. Phelps of
3400 First avenue S, to Fred Eustis
of Southeast Minneapolis. The mar
riage will take place the first of next
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hummel
announce the engagement of, their
daughter Leanna to Eugene M. Olm
A wedding which will bring a bride
to Minneapolis took place yesterday
in Casselton, N. when Miss Joseph
ine Button and William Stewart Moore
were married The bride is the niece
of Mrs. Oliver Dairymple of St. Paul
and the bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Moore of Minneapolis.
The wedding of Miss Esther Sha
piro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E Sha
piro, and Joseph I. Sussman is an
nounced to take place Sunday after
noon at 4 o'clock in Morgan post hall
About 300 invitations have been is
Mrs. Freeman Orcutt entertained at
her apartments in the Kennesaw on
W Fourteenth street yesterday after
noon. Her sister, Mrs. Fred Bailey,
was the guest of honor and a group
of women were invited to meet her.
A group of young people were en
tertained Wednesday evening at the
home of G. B. Newton, on E Fifteenth
street. The honor guests were Mr. and
Mrs. A. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam M. Yanacek.
Mrs. Margaret Livingston, organist
of Minneapolis Chapter No. 9, O. E S
gave a sleighing party Saturday even
ing for fifty of her Eastern Star friends
After the ride there were games and
dancing at Mrs Livingston's home,
Twenty-sixth street and Fremont av
enue S. The rooms were prettily dec
orated and smilax was festooned from
the chandelier in the dining-room to
the four corners of the table which
was bright with red carnations.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Mrs N Johnson, who has been very 111, is
now convalescing at her home, 1320 Harmon
A pancake supper will be served this evening
by the young people of the Fifth Avenue Con
Francis Dofford and Frank Burkley will give a
sleighing party around Lake of the Isles this
The Fairview baseball team will give a dance
Saturday evening in Kroft's hall, 2029 Washing
ton avenue N
This evening MUs Rose Butters will enter
tain the memoers and friends of Wesley Bpworth
League at her home. 1720 Knox avenue 8.
The Saus Souci club will hnve a dancing party
in the PI oenix club hall Tuesday evening Frank
McOillis will act as master of ceremonies and
Cafirclli orchestra will play
Minneapolis people at New York hotels are as
follow3Orand T. Iiillman, McKelvey,
Westminster Dayton Fifth Avenue
Pve Honstaln. A Miller, Imperial, B.
Stlllwell DuiuthJefferson, Leland
The Bon Amitie club met Tuesday with Mrs
W Perrin 2500 Garfield avenue The prizes
were won by Mrs E S Winter and Mrs Vailan
court A dainty luncheon was served The next
meeting will be held Feb 2 with Mrs Vailan
court, 683 St. Anthony avenue, St Paul.
Will Wear Tan Shoes.
Tan shoes are to be all the "go" for
women's feet this season, and the new
styles just received at the Nickel
Plate Shoe Store prove that the "tans"
are to be real natty and stylish. An
immense stock for the spring trade has
been received by the Nickel Plate and
is now being shown to the trade.
CLUBS AND CHARITIES
Fast drawing to a closeso take advantage while you may
of the most liberal Discount Sale of Diamonds, Watches, Jew-
elry, Silverware, Clocks, Marbles and Bronzes, Cut Glass, etc.
50, 331, 25, 20 and 15 Per Cent Discount
15 per cent discount on Egginton Cut Glass.
20 per cent discount on Plated Jewelry.
20 per cent discount on American and French Clocks.
25 per cent discount on Leather Goods.
2Sper cent discount on Marbles and Bronzes.
20 per cent discount on Plated Hollowware.
30 per cent discount on Kayser Zinn.
per cent discount on Finzal Art Glass.
50 per cent discount on Bric-a-Brac.
Saturday Magazine club, Mrs A L.
Hubbard, 1775 Glrard avenue S, 1 m.
Dorcas club, Miss Clark, 3023 Pleasant
avenue, 2 p. in
Club Social Gatherings.
Colonial chapter, Daughters of the
American Revolution, will have a social
gathering Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs A Keith, 2206 First avenue S.
The guests of honor will be Mrs Frank
lin Rising of Winona, state regent, Mrs
William Liggett of St. Anthony Park, state
vice regent, and Mrs W Jewett of St
Paul, vice president general.
FOURTH WEEK OF
Consult our Engraving Department for up-to-date card engravingWed
dings, Announcements, At Homes, Crests, Monogramsall work executed
in the moat approved fashion at moderate cost.
The Saturday Magazine club will have
its midwinter luncheon to-morrow at 1
o'clock at the home of Mrs A L. Hub
bard, 1775 Girard avenue S The luncheon
will be followed by the regular program.
For Convenience of Shoppers
In the up-town district The Journal
has a branch office in the Donaldson's
Glass Block in the office in front of
th new elevator on the main floor.
Want ads, social items and subscrip
tions will be received,
Don't forget to call early with your
&ds for to-morrow's Journal.
S. JACOB S 4C0f SS
AS SEEN JAP:r
LOCAL SONS OF TWO NATIONS
DISCUSS WAR OUTLOOK.
Kangaro Nagaye Banks on the Con
servatism of Japan to Support Be
lief that Japan Is Well Prepared
George B. Leonard Thinks Stronger
Nation Would Win, but Apparently
Views of the Russian-Japanese
trouble by former citizens of Russia
and Japan, now living in Minneapolis,
have a peculiar interest just now.
On the side of Japan, Kangaro Na
gaye, educated in the United States
and having comparatively little enthu
siasm for his native country, said to
a Journal man this morning
"Personally I know nothing of this
present trouble, except what I see in
the papers, and the Japanese govern
ment allows little information to leak
out. What I do know is that the Jap
anese government is very conservative.
We can know really Very little of what
is going on in the mikado's realm, and,
whatever Japan does, we may be sure
that she is going ahead on a business
basis. If she is going to war, she
has made preparation for it and is
prepared to pocket the gain or stand
the loss. Of course, the necessity of
securing territory for purposes of col
onization and the certainty that if
Russia gets Korea she will eventually
gobble Japan, have already been dis
A Russian's View.
On the other side of the question is
George B. Leonard, born in western
Russia, and a graduate" of the college
of Kazan in the eastern part of Rus
sia proper. He says
"In such a conflict between a
smaller nation and a larger, Japan,
while it may win in the first clashes,
must eventually succumb if the
trouble is prolonged, unless the other
"Speaking from the point of view
of the common people of Russia in
general, all attempts to gain consti
tutional government with the guar
antee of freedom of speech, press and
assemblage have met with utter fail
ure. A war between a foreign na
tion which would lead to a defeat of
the Russian armies would Indirectly
have an effect on the whole struc
ture of the autocratic form of gov
ernment and might turn out a bless
ing to the common people of Russia.
"The salvation of the progressive
portion of the Russian people may
thus find a ray of hope in the defeat
of the Russian army in the approach
ing war with Japan.
"The Crimean war had that effect,
and for almost a generation imme
diately thereafter the progressive
ideals of the Russian people asserted
themselves in many reforms during
the reign of Alexander II, which al-
New Imported Flowers will be shown in
great quantities and varieties
at Unusually Low Prices.
A Special in Violets... JPUrgS
Saturday closes our January Special Price'
Sale of Linens & White Goods.
In every way this sale has been an unequaled success.. .to you and
to us. It will pass into the merchandising history of the North
west as another proof of our superiority over all!,. .in our ca-
pacity for selling enormous quantities...therefore buying in
greater quantities at lower prices .and our willingness to give the
est values. Thxs sale has more than fulfilled our every promts^.
Saturday your last chance at the lowest ptjftpeijg
asked at any like sale in the Northwest...
An Opportunity for Stamp Collectors
Saturday, January 23, with cash purchases in all
departments except Grocery, Meat, Restaurant,
Soda Fountain, Patent Medicines and Hair Goods,
(see special offer in Clothing Dept.) we will give
Our First Sale of New Spring
This sale is of double
import. You are
shown some of the advance styles, and you
buy at Prices Much Less Than Actual Value.
These goods are on sale in the Arcade and in
our Millinery Dept. .Second Floor.
Come Saturday for These..
New Violet Hats. .New Rose Hats. New
Foliage Hats at Popular Prices
Hundreds of other styles in new hand-made
hats at Very Low Prices
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.^
Not over 10 bunches to a customer. Spe-
cial...better come in Saturday, .bunch ^w
In the Arcade and Millinery Dept.tnd Floor.
Special Time UmaS?dSr&
MILL REMNANT SALE OP WASH GOODS all
new goods in good lengths 36-in. Percales.
86-in Printed Bedford Cords, Dress Gin*,
hams. Plain Black Sateens, values to 12Hc
yard. Tune Limit Price, yard
Wash Goods Aisle.
On lines that we are anxious to dose out immediately
we have cut the prices for quick sIling...Choose
from these the first time Saturday...
All our $1.00 lines of Men's winter Underwear, at a
special reduction for Saturday Afl/^
only, .choice, per garment OVC
Men's Stiff Bosom Shirts in percales and madras
cloths, from our regular $1.00 lines..
Men's Mufflers in Squares and Oxfords. Regu- ^fi
lar prices to 75c...Special Saturday, each... XVC
Men's 50c Pour-ln-Hand Ties. .Odds and ends from
the holiday stocks. .all grouped and priced
for Saturday only, choice
Women's Flannel Waists...
Odd lots, all grouped in one large assort- -5 _
ment, and marked to close Saturday, at... OOC
Saturday Morning Special...
One Ibt of dark colored Waists, priced to close
Special Saturday from 8 30 a. m. to 12 s\
choice, only lUC*
Hand Crocheted Head Scarfs...
86 inches square, made of fine Shetland floss. Our
regular 59c quality, Bpecial "\\n
Saturday, each .OVC
Second Floor ...Take Arcade Elevators'. S
Outing Flannel Night Gowns....
for children...sizes to 14 years. ..^M,
.^Larger sizes. 59c grade, each 49
Smaller sizes, 49c grade, each 39o
Infants' Wear Dept .Second Floor.
Great Discount Sale has been such a success that we have con-
cluded to continue for another week. This sale means bargains
for high-grade merchandise. Our prices are marked in plain
figures, and they are never changedfor the purpose of discount-
ing. You cannot afford to miss the list below.
10 per cent discount on Hawkes' Cut Glass.
25 per cent discount on Leather Gopds.
25 per cent discount on Plated Jewelry,
25 per cent discount on Plated Silver Hollow Ware
25 per cent discount on Clocks.
20 per cent discount on Canes and Umbrellas.
33 1-3 per cent discount on Kayser Zinn.
15 per cent discount on Opera Glasses.
15 per cent discount on Sheffield Plate.
10 per cent discount on Antique Dutch Silver.
25 per cent discount on Silver Novelties and Manicure Pieces.
10 per cent discount on Sterling Hollow Ware.
10 per cent discount on Sterling Fancy Flatware.
And a great number of special lots that are interesting
J. HUDSO N & SON
most culminated in the granting of
Internal Russian Conditions.
"From the meagre information that
we can get thru the occasional dis
patches which manage to slip by the
censor, the internal condition of Rus
sia is not such as would or should en
courage the government in beginning
war with a nation in the far east.
"The people of Russia will not fight
the Japs with the same enthusiasm
that they fought the Turk in 1877.
The soldier in Russia is paid only a
very nominal sum. In the Crimean
war it was hoped to free the Bulgarian
from the yoke of the Turk, and the
Bulgarians were regarded as kinsmen
of the Russians.
"Should a war break out, the pro
gressive people of Russia will have to
look to other European powers and
to the United States for the defeat of
Russia. Japan, alone, for the simple
reason of smaller numbers' cannot
stand an even chance.
What Siberia Might Do.
"And then there are thousands of
Japanese! and Chinese in Siberia and
thousands of Russian exiles, these
will not hesitate to do all they can in
moments of stress to cut the Siberian
railway and thus interfere with the
Russian army and its base of supplies.
"It is natural that the Russian peo
ple should not feel particularly en
thusiastic over a war which is being
urged by a few big holders of timber
and mineral concessions in Korea.
But, of course, Russia may win thru
the force of superior numbers, altho
it would be the best thing possible
for the poor people of Russia if she
would get a good licking."
519 Nicollet* Avenue.
Men's and Young Men's $25 Suits .of Scotch
Cheviots, unfinished Worsteds, Vicunas, im
ported Tweeds, fancy worsteds, etc., hand
tailored, broad military shoul- (t-g^ E A
der reduced to %P 1 iJ\J
Men's and Young Men's $20, $18 and $16.50
Suits...of fine Serges, unfinished Worsteds,
imported Scotch Cheviots, German Crepes,
blacks, colors, reduced J| f*(\
Boys' $8.50 to $7.00 Two-piece Suits ...of im
ported Scotch mixtures, English Serges, un
finished Worsteds, Cassimeres ana Fancy
Worsteds, hand-tailored, sizes 7 (IJi A
to 17 years, reduced to Pnr O
Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalaniaaole, the delegate
to congress from Hawaii 1B known in official
circles as Minister Kuhio but is usually re
ferred to by his nickname Prince Cupid, acquired
while at school in San Francisco
There's no excuse for your room
being vacant if an announcement is
placed in the Journal's "furnished
Puny babies become strong
and robust babies when fed
on Mellin's Food. Mellin's
Food gives strengthn
In this sale you'll find this season's best
productions from the leading manu
facturers, faultlessly tailored, at such
price reductions as these...
Save on Groceries...
Queen Olives 25c
per quart *r%^v*
2: **m a fine mixed cream candy
opecial .special, Saturday, only, lb..
JANUARY 22, 1001
of Mellin's Pood when you see how eagerly
baby takes it.
MELLIN'S FOOD CO., BOSTON, MASS.
NIC0UJEJAVt-FlR5TAVE SO-FIFTH ST
A Bona-fide Clearance Sale of all Men's, Young Men's, Boys' & Children's
Suits, Overcoats, Hats & Caps...
When you realize that our regular prices are much lower than in the "exclusive
clothing stores," the reductions we quote for this clearance are indeed extraordinary...
averaging about 1-3 under our regular prices.
These reduced prices
for Saturday only
Fancy Sweet Corn, regular price IQc...
special Saturday, per dozen, 95c. .per can O
Holiday Cut Stringless Beans, regular price 15c...
Special Saturday, per dozen $1.30, per can 1 1
Fancy Navy Beans, hand picked...Special Saturday, rj~
Hulled Beans, regular price 15c a package... O Kr
Special Saturday, 3 packages for Jk%JK^
Fancy California Prunes, two grades...
Reg. 8c grade, 4 lbs 26c Reg. lOc-grade, 4 lbs 30c
Fancy Evaporated Apples... Special Saturday, a lb1 0
Evaporated Apricots, regular price 10c.., 'XCXn
Special Saturday, 4 lbs for eJXJK^
Swift's Pride Soap Special Saturday, per box $2.9 5
Orade Cream Bon Bons
Save money at these prices, or get
more for your money. Same quality.
"Light It," special Saturday, box of 60 SI.40
Berriman Bros. Original "Factory Smoker"A fine Ha- A it\f
van* filled Cigar Box of 60. $3.00 H
"Gloria VlctU"Our own special brand... a fine high grade domestic
cigar Box of 60. $3.00 Box of 25. A fnf
"Chancellor" this fine quality, well known Cigar, in the 10c straight
Mize Club House and Bismarck shape special
Saturday only. each...
"Wedding Boauet*' Havana Filled
JwHouse or Invincible shape special
^Saturdayonly.each. Special for Saturday.- all popular 5c brands of
Cigar* .Boxof 60, $1.75
Sumatra Wrapper either Club
coats choice, Saturday..
Tailor Made Suits
To which we add special, Saturday, Jan. 23, only
S. & H. Green Trading
Stamps with cash purchases
in our men's and boys' Cloth-
mg, Hat and Cap depts. only.
Men's $30, $28 and $25 Overcoats...SweIl
garments, beautifully tailored, cut with broad
military shoulder, of fine kerseys, fancy
Scotch Cheviots, English Twills, dJ|Q A
reduced to %piO.V
$20 and $18 Overcoats...Men's and Youths'
sizes, broad military shoulders, perfect fitting,
of imported Scotch and English Tweed, fancy
Mixtures, fine Kerseys and d?| -y ^fk
Irish Frieze, reduced to *P 1*7*7
Boys' $6.50 and $5 Two-Piece Suits...includ-
ing Norfolk styles, in fancy Cassimeres,
Worsteds, Scotch Mixtures and English Serges,
Clay Worsteds and Cheviots, sizes d_-^ /p
7 to 17 years, reduced to %p*7 O
7 for 25c
Ridiculously Low Prices
on Ladies' Coats and
i 513 Nicollet^Avenue.
We take our annual inventory next week
great sacrifices to clear up hundreds of garments the com-
ing week You well know by this time what to expect at
these end-of-season sales wonderful bargains an
unusual clever assortment of newest style effects.
Ladies' Winter Coats
Nothing reserved Every garment, our best and latest
$15.00 Coats now.... $7.50
$20.00 Coats now $10.00
$25.00 Coats now $12.50
$30.00 Coats now $15.00
And all our higher priced Coats and Novelties at Half
Price and less.
Every garment sacrificed all our imported models
single pieces at a fraction of first cost a grand op-
Children's Winter Coats
You have never before and probably will never again
secure equal values a genuine sacrifice and an
exceptional choice lot of desirable styles all ages 2 to 14
years all at half price and less.
At $4.95About 200 new and clever styles ages 3 to 14 years
Every one this year's best styles. Regular $11.50,
$10.00 and $8.75 garments were worth d*J QS[
while to get after choice, Saturday %P^tjfO
At $3.75Several styles three-quarter Reefers and Long Coats
good heavy cloths, in blue, brown and
lutely newest styles. Regular $8.50 and
Some really choice Bargains ask particularly to see our
values offered at $19.50, $22.50 and $29.50 many less
than half and every suit this season's best styles.
$1.25 Flannelette HouseWrappers
Only two sizes in this lot. 32's
and 34's... Made of finest quality
flannelettes, in all colors, perfect
in fit, cut 4 yards wide. Our reg
ular price was $1.25... special to
NOTE No refunds, no exchanges, no CO 's This
price way below cost, and every sale must be final
Second Floor...Take Arcade Elevators.
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
some wonderful bargains*
-we will make
$35.00 Coats now $17.50
$40.00 Coats now $20.00
$45.00 Coats now $22 50
$50.00 Coats now... .$25.00
in addition to the many extraordinary reductions
and special sale prices thruout this great store.
Stamps given only at the time purchases are made.
(See special offer in Meat Dept.)
TWO GREAT SPECIALS IN
Girls' and Children's
These are made of fine quality Kersey, Zibe
line and Coverts, in the handsomest styles of
the season. All sizes from 6 to 14 years in
this lot. This is unquestionably one of the
biggest snaps ever offered in children's
coats. Saturday only
$7.50 to $12.50d_ $13.50to $16.50d_Q cf\
values, each..*PO values, each *PV0" p values each
Sanitar Mea Dept...
Under Management of Witt Bros. Arcade and Fifth St. Entrances.
not I HI IT A MAI TNT S. & H. Green Trading Stamps Saturday morning.
W\J\JBI+K* Jr\V%\J\jr% january 28. from 9until 12 o'clock, with cash pur-
msmmsmsmmsmmi^^ chases only.
We sell exactly what we advertise.
Headquarters for fancy dressed poultry...Large shipments of Turkeys,
Ducks, Geese and Chickens from our country shippers in for Saturday.
TlirkeVS fancy, young, and very large, per pound ff/r
Good Western Beef...
Boiling Beef, lb 3
Rib Boiling Beef, lb 4
Chuck Roasts, lb 6
Pot Roasts, lb 8
Rolled Roasts, lb 12
Sirloin and Porterhouse Steaks 11
Pork Shoulder Roast, lb. 7
Pork Butt Roast, lb 8
Pork Loin Roast, lb". 9
Pork Sausage, lb....' 9
(Large link or bulk.)
Pig Pork Sausage (with Oxford
seasoning), lb., 12&c
Pig Pork Sausage (with Tomato
seasoning), lb Iftc
Take Arcade Elevators.
further reduced. AH sizes. Lengths 30
to 36 inches. The best Astrakhan Jackets
ever brought to the Northwest. These
prices special for Saturday only...
Reg. value $45.00... special Sat.... $35.0 0
.special Sat... $37.5 0
special Sat... $40.0 0
.special Sat.... $45.00
special Sat $47.50
.special Sat.... $50.00
.special Sat.... $52.50
Reg. value $47.50
Reg. value $50.00
Reg. value $55.00
Reg. value $60.00
Reg. value $65.00
Reg. value $69.00
Second Floor... Take Arcade Elevators.
Thin, young and small, per pound 12&c and 1?C
Ferndale creamery Butter, O C/-
lib. Brick Zut
Ferndale Creamery But- d_f
ter, 5 lb. jar %])leJ&0
Fresh Print and Roll Butter, |Q^
per lb IO
Full Cream Cheese,
The finest Oriental Stuffed,, _!__-
Figs, per box OUC
Sweet Navel Oranges, _p-
per dozen XOv
Fancy Russet Apples, A fir*
per peck K...
Minnesota Mutton Legs, lb... 10o Minnesota Lamb legs, lb 12Jc
Minnesota Mutton front quar- Minnesota Lamb, frt. quarter, lb. 9c
Minute Mutton Chops '("rib or Minnesota Lamb chops (rib or
loin), lb 10 lom), lb 12*c
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