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AS well as the finest grapes,
Are used in making
Champ&gne. The proper
fermenting and aging of a
champagne is a delicate
matter. You cannot maKe
good wine by machinery.
Each bottle is inspected
every day for months.
When it comes to yourtable
it is a perfect champagne.
House'iold goods a sp^clnlty. Cn
equnled facilities and lowest rates.
Picking by experienced men.
Boyd Transfer & storage Co., 46 So. 3rd St.
Telephones Main 656both etehanges.
403 and 405 Nicollet Av.
Smart Walking SuitsNew
Materials and shades, $25.00
suits for $15.00.
Clever Tailor Made SuitsA
variety of beautiful styles
splendid values, $45.00,
$35.00 and $25.00.
Walking and Dress Skirts
Box Plait and Kilt styles,
regular $15 and $16.50 skirts
SpeciaJ on Purs Marten
scarfs, regular $7.50 values
Bargain on RaincoatsCraven-
ette raincoats, regular $12.50
coats for $9.75.
Stylish Garments and Millinery
for Fail and Winter Wear.
Special Opening Offerings
Tuesdays Evening, ^TV'
G. A,R.ISNOT IN
STATE OFFICER TALKS OF
As the old soldiers' can
do as thev like politically. They may
support democratic candidates, repub
licans, prohibitionists, or whoever they
want. But they should all bear in
mind that no G. A. R. post, as an or
ganization, can take any steps towards
aiding any man politically, tho the man
desiring such aid be a member of that
The speaker then called attention to
the G. A. R. regulations, one of which
reads in part:
No officer or commander of the G. A. R.
shall In any manner use the organization
for partizan purposes, and no discussion
of partizan questions shall -be permitted
at any of its meetings nor shall any nom
ination for political office be made,
Two years ago the commander of a
northern Minnesota G. A. R. post per
mitted some politicians to issue a cir
cular about some candidate, and Jto
sign his name, as commander, to it.
The matter was quickly taken in hand
by the head officers of the G. A. R.,
and the offending commander was lucky
enough to get off with simply a severe
reprimand, on the ground that he was
not the person who got out the circu
lar and did not understand its import.
Our National Debt.
The National debt of the United
States is $2,132,372,000. This is, with
out doubt, a large sum but if the
amount of money spent for Pillsbury
Vitos every day were really known, it
would be much more surprising.
Only $32.90 to Oalnornia.
Via the Minneapolis & St. Louis rail
road. Tickets on sale Sept. 15 to Oct.
15. Through tourist cars without
change. Call on J. G. Rickel, C. T. A.,
424 Nicollet av.
Cravenette Raincoats Made
from novelty materials,
$19.50 and $25.00 coats for
Tourist CoatsSwagger styles,
exceptional values, $25.00,
$19.50 and $12.50.
Beautiful Millinery Smart
Street Hats, special values,
$7.50, $5.00 and $3.50.
Stunning Dress HatsParisian,
New York and Gage patterns,
$25.00, $15.00, $10.00 and
Special on FursIsabella and
Sable Fox Scarfs, two great
bargains, $9.75 and $12.50.
Moore's Oven Thermometer shows ex
heat of the oven. It's use does away
with guessing, and makes baking a sure thing. It
takes 240 degrees to bake sponge cake. Ten
degrees either way and the cake is spoiled. Can
you always guess it close enough? Moore's
Thermometer tells in plain figures. Saves a
lot of uncertainty and never makes a mistake. A
pleasure to show it to you. Also the Hinged Top,
Controller Damper and the many other points in
which Moore's Ranges excell all others.
F. H. PETERSON (& CO.
73-75 So. Sixth St.
Says Politicians Must Be Careful About
Their Methods, and Quotes from the
Regulations of the Organization
Veterans Free to Vote as They Please.
A lot of talk is going the rounds
about 'G. A. R. support' of certain
candidates,""said a state officer of the
G. A. R. to The Journal, but in
getting this support, veterans who ca
ter for the votes of their old comrades
must go carefully or they will get into
Mrs. William Spottswood McWade en
tertained yesterday at a luncheon at her
pretty countrv home at Christmas lake.
The guests were the members of
Birthday club, which was organized by
the wives of the officers of the Thir
teenth regiment, during its absence in
the Philippines. Wild flowers and gar
den flowers arranged in pretty profusion
decorated the rooms and the daintily ap
pointed luncheon tables. Covers were
laid for ten.
Saturday night the younger set living
around Minnetonka Beach enjoyed the
dancing party at the Lafayette club.
The club will remain open until October,
and the members are planning one or
two other parties before the close of the
season. Many of the college boys and
girls are soon to leave and the party
was somewhat in the form of a farewell.
The J. C. Eliel home at Minnetonka
Beach is being renovated and modern
ized, so as to conform with the demands
of an up-to-date home.
A handsome new residence is soon to
be erected on Crystal bay for Mr.
Mrs. Thomas H. Shevlin. The house is
to be built on the spacious Shevlin
property on Crystal bay, and the plans
are already drawn for a stately brick
mansion. The ground is being broken
and building will commence this fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Shevlin and family closed
their cottage at Minnetonka Beach to
day. The Misses Florence and Helen
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fohevlin will^leave tor Miss iJurnna 1
school next Monday and Thomas Shev
lin, Jr., will also leave for Yale next city,
Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Thompson and
family gave a delightful cornroast Fri
day evening, at Chetolah, their Linwood
suinmerhome. The guests were a group
of about thirty of their lake friends,
and the large blazing beach fire, over
which the tender ears were roasted, fur
nished the means for the late supper.
The van owners are having their day,
and vans are at a premium at the lake.
Last Sunday was so cold that there was
a frantic rush for city quarters. Peo
ple who planned in a hurry to go right
into town found the way barred by_ the
overworked van owners, and received
the curt reply, "SoTry, Mister, but I
can't take anything noewountil after
i S som them ere
bound to stay for another week or
more. The cottage colony at Meadville
Park and at Fairview will be thinned
out after this week as several of the
families are preparing to go r have al
ready gone. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Harris
and daughters moved into their City
home yesterday morning. The Eichters,
who have had the Gibson cottage all
summer, came into the city today. Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac Kaufman have moving
day tomorrow. The Joseph family of
Des Moines, Iowa, which has been at the
Philbrick cottage has also returned
hom.e Mr. and Mrs. E. Gage and
family, who were at the Noble cottage
this summer, are to move in next week
Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Stairs of Fair
view have also closed their cottage and
the Christiansone of Fairview returned
to the city when school opened.
The Galpin house, which has been oc
cupied by Mr. and Mrs. G. Day for
several years, has been purchased by
Mr. and Mrs. F." C. Muckey, formerly of
Eose Farm, upper lake. Mr. and, Mrs.
Muckey will make extensive improve
ments for next summer and will build
a large dininghall. Mr. and Mrs. Day
are contemplating a trip to Denver,
Col., this winter, and may probably set
tle in Denver.
Among* the many little social affairs
which have been given for Joe Moore
preceding his departure for the Pa
cific coast, was a dinner at which Miss
Georgie Bryant and "John Bryant were
the hosts. Covers were laid for twenty
and the table decorations were carried
out with early autumn blossoms.
The handsome new bungalow built for
Mrs. E. B. Langdon is now finished
enough so that Mrs. Langdon is oc
cupying the summer home. Mrs. Lang
don has been spending her summers
ith Mrs. Hiram C. Truesdale at her cot
tage at Minnetonka Beach, closely ad
joining her new home. The bungalow is
picturesquely built on a spacious lawn
set off by magnificent trees with a far
reaching view over the lower lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins of Hotel del
Otero left yesterday for Minneapolis
and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. AT L.
Hazer at the Holmes hotel. This morn
ing they left for Chicago on their way
to St. Louis. They will spend two
weeks at the exposition and will then
go further east, visiting in New York,
Nov. 1 they will arrive at Coronado
Beach, Cal., their winter home. Mr.
Hopkins has one of the largest curio
bazaars at Coronado Beach.
Miss Cara Eice gave acorn roast at
the Rice cottage, St. Alban's bay, Satur
day evening, entertaining about fifty of
her younger lake friends at a .iolly gath
ering around the glowing beach fire.
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/fH[E MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.?
The grounds were prettily illuminated
with Japanese lanterns and during the
evening song and music by some of the
talcntecl guests and the hostess made
the hours pass away pleasantly.
Professor and Mrs. McBroom gave an
reception Friday evening at
their home in Excelsior for the members
of the board of the Excelsior school and
their wives and for the high school
teachers. Professor McBroom came to
Excelsior this fall to take charge of the
Clyde Williams. spent Sunday visiting friends
Mies Genevieve Schutz spent Sunday at thetheir
lake with a party of friends.
Miss Dobbin was the guest of Mrs. William E.
Alfoee at her cottage for over Sunday.
John P. Wilcox and Miss Beatrice Wilcox
have returned from a trip to St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Willis Smith were over
Sunday guests at the Davison cottage, Spring
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Thompson will close
their Minnetonka Beach-- cottage Thursday of
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Loudon, .'James Loudon
and Miss vjeau Loudon "were Sunday visitors
at the lake.
Mrs. Martin Bv Kotfn, hate'been visitingt Mrs.
Bovey a their
7 'Mrs C.M1C.
The Misses Bessie and Marjorie Dunsmoor
are to go to Ogontz to attend school this win
ter, and will leave this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jamison of Wildhurst will
come in from the lake about Oct. 1 and will be
at 1G00 Hawthorn avenue for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip B. Hunt, who have
been occupying a cottage at
returned to their city home last week.
Merr BartletMinnetonka have closeBeach, the
the past month,c anBluff returned to their home in the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gale and little daughter,
who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
McWade at their Christmas Lake home, are at
Mrs. J. T. Garland and Nathan Garland of
Wildhurst will leave Friday night for Virginia,
where Nathan Garland will enter Stanton mili-
Black enameled iron covered trunk, like cut, -withflattop,
hardwood slats, sheet iron bound, side catches, Monitor brass
lock, strap hinges, bottom rollers, set-up tray with covered
30-inch $3.00 34-inch.... $4.25
32-inch $3.75 36-inch... .$4.75
Canvas covered trunk, like cut, with flat top, iron clamps,
catches, hasp lock, strap hinges, sheet iron bottom with rol-
lers, set-up tray with covered hat box:
Embossed metal trunks, with
hardwood slats, catches and
lock, strap hinges, tray with
covered hat box:
30-inch.... $ 2 -7 5 34-inch.... $3 -50
32-inch... .$3-00 36-lnch... .$3-75
Wednesday^ Sept. i4tL
For the Horse Show,
A Cordial Invitation Is Extended to Tou All
We confess to being completely under the spell of
this new Autumn season. The rich Autumnal tints,
the soft exquisite velvets, the great picturesque shapes,
with high imposing crowns the abundance of mag- 1
nificent plumes and bewildering masses of sweep- Jjj
ing aigrettes, with the most exquisite flowers,
have made us most enthusiastic. $
We invite you all to come and enthuse
with us over the models from Crozet,
Georgette, Virot, Heitz Boyer, Feurby
and the best known artists of Paris and New
York, with many reproductions from our
own workshop at half the cost.
The reputation of The Plymouth Millinery is well established. This season it is more artistic than
ever, for it is, indeed, a season of charming colorings. Visit our opening and you will agree with us.
13he Great Plymouth Clothing Hovise, Nicollet and SixtK
tary college. Mrs. Garland will return to Wild
hurst after a short visit south.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Harris will close
the Harris cottage at Minnetonka Beach next
Thursday. Mr. Harris is attending the bank
llr. and Mrs. Charles Jacoby, who have been
at the W. H. Jacoby cottage. Tonka Bay, all
summer, came to the city yesterday and are
at the Colonnade.
Mrs. A. W. Bentson closed her cottage at the
lake Wednesday and returned Jo her home in
the city. Miss Harriet Bentson came out tomarriage
the lake this afternoon.
Louis Storm of Pueblo, Col., and Miss Emma
Storm of Mason City, Iowa, have been guests
for a few days of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. George
at Villa Content, Fairview.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stoft and the Misses
Frieda and Esther Stoft will close their cot
tage at Solbergs Point tomorrow and return to
home on Chicago avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Chute and family who have
been at the Todd cottage, Wildhurst, for the
summer, will return to the city next week and
will have apartments in the Kenwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Lane and family are
at present at the Sampson house in Excelsior.
They have taken apartments at 1221 Hennepin
avenue, and will move into the city Oct. 1.
John F. Wilcox and Miss Beatrice Wilcox left
Monday night for St. Louis to spend two weeks
at the exposition. They were passengers on the
train wrecked near Wabash, but escaped In
Miss Mary Louise Turner, who has been trav
eling for eight months with her parents in
Europe, was the guest of the Misses Florence
and Helen Shevlin at Minnetonka Beach over
Mrs. W. B. Mason of Chicago has been the
guest of Mrs. G. H. Tennant at her summer home
at Wildhurst for several days, and went to the
city Wednesday afternoon to visit before return
Mrs. H. S. Lucas of Castele, N. Y..-sister of
Mrs. N. T. Hume, has returned to her home
after a visit of a few weeks at Tonka Bay. Mrs.avenue
Hume has also had as a guest Mrs. 3. C. Michel
of St. Paul.
Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Pineo of Minnetonka
Beach are making preparations to close their
cottage about Oct. 1. They may possibly go in
a week earlier, and will be at the Holmes notel
for. the winter.
Wells Couch of Meadville Park has gone to
Pillsbury Academy, Owatonna, to enter school.
Mr. and Mrs. Sumner G. Couch are planning a
visit to Owatonna next month. Harold Smith
and Malcolm Jones are also among the students
MINNEAPOLIS DRY GOODS CO. MINNEAPOLIS DRY GOODS CO.^
4 Days'-Sale of Trunks Under Price
Beginning Wednesday morning and continuing throughout the week, we offer
exceptional money-saving opportunities in trunks. On these six styles there is a
good generous saving from the price you would ordinarily pay. If you are planning
a trip, in the immediate or distant future, better grasp this chance while it lasts.
Painted canvas covered
trunk, with hardwood slats,
brass corners and clamps, Mon
itor brass lock, sheet iron
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36-inch.... $5 .75
82-inch... 34-inch... 5 0 0
Minneapolis DryGoods Co.
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who went to Owatonna.
They entered on their
Eugene Day left Saturday evening for Cal
ifornia to visit his parents, at Riverside. Mr.
and Mrs. Day will occupy their house 011 Port
land avenue and Twenty-seventh street this win
ter, and will move in as soon as it has been
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Strong left last night for
the east, to be gone about two weeks. They
will attend the exposition in St. Louis and will
go later to Franklin, Pa., to be present at the
of Mrs. Strong's girlhood friend, Miss
Jane Evelyn Mitchell, to Rev. Theodore Payne
Thurston, Wednesday, Sept. 21.
How Got His Start.
Speaker Cannon said the other day
that he received only $1,000 for the first
five years he worked and of this he
saved exactly one-half. No wonder he
got ahead, and what man couldn't who
is willing to live on $2 a week as Can
non did. If you want to succeed you
can it is only a question if you are
willing to give up some other things,
but don't make the mistake of giving
up golden grain belt beer, for that's a
necessity. I gives you the
ealth'and strength you need to win in
any line. It's delicious and refreshing,
the kind, of tonic you want in your
The St. Liouis Exposition.
The Chicago Great Western Rail
way will allow a ten-day stopover at
either Chicago or Kansas City on
through tickets to the World's Fair
without extra charge. Fo rates and
other information apply to L. C.ing
Rains, General Agent, corner Nicollet
and Fifth street. Minneapolis.
$32.90 to California via. the Sunshine
Tickets on sale September 15th to
October 15th. Through tourist car
Twin Cities to Los Angeles every Tues
day morning, commencing September
20th. Tickets and information 328
Nicollet Ave., or write W. B. Dixon,
N. W. A., St. Paul.
Canvas covered trunk, like cut, with flat top, hardwood
slats, brass plated trimmings, side catches, Excelsior brass
lock, long straps, full covered hinged tray, extra dress tray
below, muslin faced:
Fainted canvas covered
.trunk, with hardwood slats,
brass trimmings, Excelsior
brass lock, heavy straps, cov
ered hinged tray, extra tray be
low, muslin lined:
36-lneh.., 38-lnch.. S9
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Is a question put to the people of
the country today who are afflicted.
with Asthma, by the Milks' Emulsion
Co., Terre Haute, Indiana.
Their offer is without a doubt an
exceptionally strong one, as they not
only agree to give you a written
guarantee, backed by your druggist,
that Milks' Emulsion will cure you of
asthma, but in order to start you off
they offer to buy the first bottle
from your own druggist and give it
to you free of charge. All you have to
do is write them, giving the particu
lars of your case.
Heretofore asthma has been con
sidered almost incurable, but the dis
covery of Milks' Emulsion has con
vinced physicians all over the country
as well as Asthma sufferers that
Asthma is no longer on the dreaded
Few men have done more for suffer
humanity than the discoverer of
Milks' Emulsion. Only those who
have suffered with Asthma for years
can appreciate what the discovery of
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AT A REGULAR MEETING OF "THE Me
chanics and Workingmen's Loan and Building
Association of Minneapolis," held on the second
.Saturday of August. 1904, at 4 o'clock p.m.. at
the office of the secretary of said association.
No. 403 National Bank of Commerce building, in
the city of Minneapolis, Minn., pursuant to notice
therefor, and for the purpose of considering and
adopting a resolution extending the corporate life
and existence of said corporation for a period
of thirty years from and after Sept. 6. 1904, the
following resolution was offered by Mr. O. M.
"Resolved,, That the corporate life .'nd exist
ence of this corporation, "The Mechanics and
Workingmen's Loan and Building Association of
Minneapolis,' be and the same is hereby ex
tended and renewed for the period of thirty
years from and after Sept. (5. 1004."
Mr. G. W. Vore moved that such resolution
be adopted, which motion was seconded by Mr.
F. M. Dunn.
Said resolution was adopted by the unanimous
vote of all the members, .shareholders and stock
holders of said corporation, present and voting
at such meeting.
We. the undersigned, being the president and
secretary of the above named "The Mechanics
and Workingmen's Loan and Building Association
of Minneapolis," do hereby certify that the
above and foregoing is a true copy of the pro
ceedings had at the above mentioned meeting
of said "The Mechanics and Workingmen's Loan
and Building Association of Minneapolis," and
of the resolution duly offered and adopted at such
In witness whereof we have hereunto affixed
our names and caused the corporate seal of said
corporation, "The Mechanics and Workingmen's
Loan and Building Association of Minneapolis,"*
to be set this 26th day of August, A. D. 1904.
A. J. HART.
President of Said Corporation.
O. M. LARAWAY.
[Seal.] Secretary of Said Corporation.
OFFICE OF REGISTER OF DEEDS, STATE OF
Minnesota, County of Hennepin.
I hereby certify that the within instrument
was filed for record in this office on the 10th
day of September, A. D. 1904, at 9% o'clock
a.m., and was duly recorded in Book of
Page GEORGE C. MERRILL,
by A. W. Skog, Register of Deeds,
Deputy Register of Deeds.
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
Department of 'State.
I hereby certify that the within Instrument
was filed for record in this office on the 9th day
of September, A. D. 1904, at 4 o'clock p.m., and
was duly recorded in Book 3 of Incorporations,
on page E. HANSON.
Secretary of State.
For License to Sell Intoxicating Liquors
in Hennepin County, Minnesota.
Notice is hereby given that Peter
Hoinmes has petitioned the Board of
County Commissioners of Hennepin
County, Minnesota, for license to sell
intoxicating liquors in the front room
on the ground floor of that certain two- M
story frame building situated OIL, the
main road in Lot 3, Section 2, Town of
Plymouth, Hennepin County, Minn.
This application and any remon-' J&
strance or objections to the granting
of the same will be heard and deter-,' $M
mined by said Board of County Com- "''&*&
missioners at a meeting thereof, to be-^v
held on Monday, October 3d, 1904, at 10 ^Si
o'clock a.m., at the Court House, in the^i
City of Minneapolis.
HUGH E. SCOTT, ^g-'
By A. P. Erickson, Deputy, Hennepin -Jls
Dated Sept. 13th, 1904.
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