Newspaper Page Text
fin 5& 3K^5F3
1 9 B&
Best attention Quick service.
A. K. MARSHALL, Prop.
1328 FOURTH STREET SE.
Paper Hanging and Painting, First Class
Work now at Reduced Prices Call and get
my prices before going elsewhere.
L. C. & W. L. Hutchins
Painters and Decorators
429-31 14th Avenue S. B.
In Thm Art of Printing
Of thm Unlvoraliy Prm** EX iEL3.
31514-th Avenue S. E.
Brief Work. Magazine Printing and Text
Books a Specialty.
N. W. Phone 326-J. T. C. Phone 16866.
Friday Evening* v.
"THE STORE THAT
SAVES YOU MONEY."
QLESSNER & WASHBURN
Com and Inspect Our Store Fall of Useful Holiday Gifts
10 Turkish Rockers,
for $35, our price
Wo Can Furnish Your Hama Ccmploto.
Credit for Everyone. $4 Dow and $1 per Week.
Double Amount, Green Trading StampsFill Your Book Now.
The Big Furniture Store with the Little Prices.
Both Phones. 313-15-17-19 Central Ave.
301 GeniraB Avenue
THERE IS NOTHING TOO
MUCH FOR HIM.
^He will do everything in the line of Sheet
Iron, Copper Work, Gravel Roofing, Skylights,
Furnaces, etc., and put it in in first-class
shape. FRANK T. THOMPSON,
507 Central Avenue.
N. W. and T. C. Phones.
East Side Transfer & Fuel Go.
(O. JARNESS, Manager)
Have some very fine Wood at right prices. They also
handle the best hard and soft coal on the market,
BUY THE BEST.
OFFICE: 319 FOURTEENTH AVE SE.
YARD: SEVENTEENTH AVE. SE. & SIXTH ST.
Eas to PAY
Buy Now and Have Your Purchase
Set Aside for the Holidays.
25 of these beautiful Rockers, up
holstered in leather with spring sat,
quarter golden oak or genuine ma
hogany back, worth
$12. While they last
and your Xmas Bread, Pastry and
other good things will be a success.
When ordering flour be sure you
get Phoenix Flourrefuse all
substitutes. For sale at all grocers
PMENIX MILL CO.
Minneapolis. Founded 1863.
-Our Spelling is Wrong.
But Our Work is RIGHT.
to 5 a Garment
Family Wash, 4 0 Pieces, 60c.
12 University Av.S. E. PHONES\Ui\Ti^
ii i i i i i i i ii iii' i
For a desirable list of fine properties,
for homes, business and manufactur
ing sites, trackage, workingmen's!
lots, etc., see
CHUTE REALTY COMPANY
FOE RENT CHEAP FOR WINTER
New, strictly modern, 15th av SE,
house, oak finish, hot water heat,
storm windows one block to school
and car line good neighborhood.
Inquire evenings of owner, next
door, 1080 15th av BE.
400-2 UtiiAve. S.E.
Another shipment of best selected
Apples just received just what
you want for the holidays. Prices
lowest for best grades.
OrangeSperToLr^'^aOc Bananas IS?f *e
f*4kff A A
UOTlff* fresh from the 0 C#
roaster, only &V 122V
Faney fresh Vegetables, Lettuce,
Mint, Celery, Parsley, Etc.
Try our wholesale shipping de
partment at wholesale prices.
Everything carefully selected.
Telephone Orders Carefully
Selected and Delivered.
A PASTOR FftOM CANADA
FATHER ENFRIN ARRIVESFILLS
OFFICE OF ASSISTANT PASTOR
OF NOTRE DAME. 4 0-
Eev. Father Enfrin of the Congrega
tion of the Little Children of the Im
maculate Conception residing at Car
tier diocese of St. Bonaface, Manitoba,
has been appointed temporarily to the
Church of Our Lady ot Lourdes to fill
the vacancy caused by the death of the
late Eev. Gabiiel Andre. Father En
frin has been giving a retrept TO the
Little Sister ot the Poor, St. Paul, and i
Minpeapolis, for the last two weeks. J*
He entered into his office as assistant
pastor of the French Catholic ehurch
on Prince street yesterday. Mr. Enfrin
is a man of great piety and learning,
and at present speaks only a few words
of English. He does not come as a
stranger to the Minneapolis congrega
tion, for during, a retreat given b*r him
last spring at the Church of Oar Lady
of Lourdes, the congregation learned
to know him as an adviser of great
spiritual strength. Fathor Andre has
been filling the two ofticcs, of pastor
and assistant pastor,, since the illness
of Mr. Enfrin's predecessor. The con
gregation is a laige one, and it? con
tinual increase in numbers makes se
vere demands on the priests, as it in
cludes a great deal of pan&h work
the French bettlements of the city.
Mrs. F. H. Warden entertained in
formally at cards yesterday afternoon
at her home, 400 Fifth street SE. Her
guests were twelve of the wpmen living
in the neighborhood.
Mrs. E. C. Gale gave a pretty after
noon tea at her home, 928 Fifth street
SE, this afternoon.
The Alpha Delta Phi fraternity gave
a pretty informal party at University
hall, Fourteenth avenue SE, Wednes
Monday evening the Fortnightly
Dancing club gave a pretty masquerade
at Mrs. Noble's hall on the East
ide. The members of the club belong
to All Souls' church and these parties
are to bring all into closer touch so
cially. There were fifty couples and
some of the prettiest costumes had
been designed to represent different
characters and nationalities.
Miss Edith Todd gave a charming
reception Wednesday afternoon and
evening at her home on the East Side.
Assisting were Mrs. E. C. Pratt and
Mrs. C. H. Crouse, who served frappe
fiom a dainty nook off the library.
The Misses Funk, White, Cockbum,
Dennison of Eed Wing, Wyat, Fry and
Derrick, and Mrs. J. S. Todd assisted
in the rooms. The hours were from '3
to 6 o'clock in the afternoon and from
8 to 10 o'clock in the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Chalmers cele
brated their tenth wedding anniver
sary at their new home, 523 Seventh
street SE, Monday evening. The occa
sion was also a housewarmmg and thir
ty-five guests were present to en.ioy
the- two events. The
assisteMissesthBenedict in rooms
ana Hr&nJ. W. Thompson served rapp*^
Mrs. Marion W. Wfllett of 515 Fif
teenth avenue SE began the first of a
series of informal afternoon and eve
ning at homes at her studio today. Mrs.
Wiflett will continue to receive infor
mally until after the Christmas holi
Mrs. E. C. Fenton will open her home,
754 Monroe street NE, next Tuesday
evening, Dec. 13, for a social given by
the young ladies of St. Anthony.-par
ish. The evening will be filled with a
delightful program and refreshments
wilL be served.
The following young men from out of
the city joined the classes of the Minne
apolis Business college during the past
week: John f^edm, North Branch, Minn.
Ray Kimball, Milbank, S. Otto l.au
ser, Milbank, S. D.
The "women of All Souls' Unlversalist
church will have their annual Christmas
sale of dolls, aprons and fancy articles at
804 Nicollet avenue Dec 16, 17, 19.
Mies Adele Haas, who is attending Wells col
lege, will come home for the holidays about
I)ec 16 Mrs Haas will come over from Lake
land, Minn to meet her, and thev will spend
a few davs with Mrs Edwin Parker at her
home, 707 Sixth avenue SE
Miss Gertrude Mears will leave for a vacation
trip to Chicago next week, to be gone until
after the holidays
N Lewis, formerly of Minneapolis, now of
Meadville, Pa has been visiting for a few
dajs with friends and relatives on the East Side.
Mr and Mrs S. \l llliams of Tacoma have
boon visiting Mr and Mis Lockner at their
home in koitheast Minneapolis for a T\eek. They
left yesterday evening foi the northern part of
the state to spend the holida'v
Miss Sophie Swanson, who has lived for the
past six yeais In San Francisco Cal and who
has just returned fiom a long visit In Sweden and
has been visiting with lelatives on Nineteenth
avenue NE, will leave Saturday for San Fran
Mrs Howard 4.bbott is seilously ill at her
home on Sixth stieet SE
Mr and Mrs Adams of Duluth will come
probably to Minneapolis to spend the Christmas
holidays with Mrs Adams' parents. Mr. and
Mis. G. Tennant.
Miss Catherine Colt, who is attending school
in Minneapolis, will go to her home in West
Superior foi thfe Christmas vacation.
Frank Hanson of Bismarck. N who
been spending a visiting In
eas Minneapolis, left oweekshort a trip to Duluth
en route home
A BIG INITIATION,
Columbia lodge N 490, Modern Broth- seat all the pupils.'u
retary, Young recorder, Mrs. L,ouise
Weeber, treasurer, Mrs. Isadore Hill
physician, Dr E O Cosman. conductor,
C. O. Gustafson, watch, Ellen Benson
sentry, Anna M. Tischer trustee, John A.
Werner musician, Martha F. Brehmer.
4-07 Fourteenth Ave. S.
Buy Your Meats at Retail
For Wholesale Prices.
Nice Pig Pork Loins 8
Nice Pig Pork Chops, 3 lbs for.. .--25c
"3 lbs Pork Sausage 25c
3 lbs Hamburg Steak- 25c
Pig Pork Shoulders T'c
Pig Heads 4
Fresh Smoked Hams J0C
Bacon by the Strip
Whole or half hogs, quarters of beef.
Prices right on everything in the Meat
erhood of Air erica, initiated a class of .being built at a cost of about $35,000,
twenty-five at Its last meeting, Wednes and will be perfectly modern in equip-
day evening. Election of officers re-1 ments. Like other' parochial schools,
suited as follows President, Oliver the children will be taught as in the
Skone vice president, John Hennes, sec- public schools, according to grades.
TV, ^i^n,, f-j
rJiLlrii,i.MtSlUlf. i ^a^pypi-BJfri-^rirfrffi
THE MINNE LIS! JOURNAL^"' Membe
Commander of-William Downs Post.
No. er, G. A. E.
v- fMm&vr* '7.
NEW POST COMMANDER HAS
SPLENDID MILITARY RECORD.
Members of William Downs Post Ap
point Fifteen Officers at Election
Meeting Quartermaster Yarnell
Enters Fourth T^rm-^Two Are Gen
eral Memorial Committee O. A. R.
D. H. Stauffer,' who has been ap
pointed commander of William Downs
post, No. 68, G. A. Ei., at the annual
meeting of the post, is, with the excep
tion of Comrade I/ocke, h% oldest mem
ber of the post. He is 74 years old.
Mr. Stauffer is e^very inch a soldier,
and his family records show that the
true soldier blood ran in the veins of
ill the ancestors, for all of them have
fought under the StarBand stripes ever
since the name JStauffer was repre
sented in the land of free and of
brave. Staufferthformerly lived
in Illinois, and it tva&* with one of the
legiments of thai, statethe Illinois
mounted infantrythat he enlisted in
thp civil war. The^id soldier will never
forget the battleOT*Cnjigkamagua,where
the federal and cojaJlecjerate armies met
in one of the hottest battles ever
fought in this coUritry/ As to the mem
ories of the bafelfrefields ef Lookout
Mountain, Missionary K4dge, Powder
Springs, Atlantic, jones-Dow, Fort Mc
Allister, Wayne*^ Bow and Benton
ville, they willw never ^e made dim by
the effacing fingers osf,, Time.
Old Grandfatheft^tauffer was a sol
dier in the revolurronary"war and went
thru thej ^rrible- as a aaldier
when the aimy was.wintering ot vsilley
Forge^iiTthe wintWbf 1777. Mr. Stauf
fer's father waam?thenar of 1812,
and was wounded afofp^, battle at
Iiunly' X\*nadift,~ July 25,,
1814 ''-The'bti*the^o^ ]!fc^Stauffer
fought t\n, the Mexican war under Gen
eral Winueld Scott. He was one of the
force oF4,000 landing -at '"Vera Cruz,
and fought in all the battles, marching
with General Scott's troops into the
City of Mexico, Set. 14, 1847.
William Down's* jjftst has been in^ ex
istence for about enty years'," and
since its organization it has been one of
1he prominent fraternal bodies in
Northeast Minneapolis. The full list
of officers selected,at the annual meet
ing shows the offices filled by the fol
lowing comrades:,'i -Commander, D. H.
Stauffer senior vice commander, A. C.
Johns junior vi$eiCommander D. Wob
bes: surgeon, S. F. Mears chaplain. G.
W. Palmer quartermaster, M. G. Yar
nell O. D., D. J. Carroll O. G., T. B.
Marcoe delegates, O. J. Taylor, J. B.
Northfield alternates^ S. F. Mears, D.
Webber trustee, Eljus Bedel memorial
committee, L. L. Locke, D. J. Carroll.
Mr. Yarnell has held fhe office of
cuartermaster for^ three successive
years, and enters now on the fourth
year of service for the post.
Commander Stauffer is now residing
en Pierce street NE, 2323, with his son
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lerov
-Stauffer. His former home was at
Lake Harriet until the death of his
wife. CATHOLICS BUILD SCHOOL
NORTHEAST MINNEAPOLIS CHIL-
DREN TOO NUMEROUS FOR OLD
St. Boniface German Catholic church
is to have one of the finest parochial
schools in the city. Building on the
large schoolhouse was commenced some
time ago, and the foundation is now
completed. Thru the winter, operations
will continue slowly, as there is little
that ca,n be done owing to the cold
weather. It is not1
ejected to have
the building finishtov until late" next
summer or early in, "the fall. The church
is located in one of the thickly popu
lated districts and there will be over
400 children ready to attend the new
school as soon as it is finished. The
present school is entirelY too small, and
the sisters find it a," difficult tas
tio The buildink
The school is on the property adnolmng
the church en Seconal street and Sev
enth avenue NE. 5
A new society of fourteen members,
bearing the oracular t*9e
of the Delphia
There, will he a^Jwh&w, .sale .-and
chicken-pie supper Saturd^ ,eveniag,
Dec. 10, at Loyalty Baptist church,
2318 Central Hvenu%=sr iy i 1
These Are Spoons.Full size, solid sil
ver souvenir spoons, gold bowls, engraved
with a beautiful view of Minnehaha falls,
iatjQhas. Olson & Co., 21k Central -avenue.
ASK FOR PARK NEAR 0"
LEGISLATURE MAY PAY
PRICE OF PROPERTY FOR
club, has been added to" those already ex
isting in Northeast Minneapolis. The Pork XoiUS T^C
club held its first meeting two weeks ago /2
at the home of Harold Hortqn, 2411 Poll Pork Chops, lb 8
street NE. At that time the following -j ,_,
officers were elected: President, Adolph JrOrK 1*0111 JtCOaSt C
Simonson vice president, Harold Horton
pAr,ir QVirtiilrlprt! Pnactl *V*
secretary, Howard Mulligan, treasurer, -T
Edward Richardson sergeant-at-arms, 3 J]^ Best RoilXld Steak .25c
Elmer Kinmore. Last Tuesday evening
the club met with Adolph and Alfred Si- Pot Roast OC 7
monson, 950 Twenty-fourth avenue NE. "pvao*
After the business meeting a fine program tHUCK XtOaSb OC
^TheniJ^s organized for social and Porterhouse Steak 121/2C
literary purposes. The next meeting will Sirloin Steak 12*/^C
be held at the home of Elmer Kinmore, /f
2611 Taylor stxept $TE. Tuesday evening. HamS lUC
After the Christmas holidays the club will
meet every two w^eks:
At its next session the legislature
will be asked to pass a bill for the pur
chase of the property leadng to the
university grounds on the left-hand side
on entering the grounds from Fourth
street SE. The entire block between
Fourteenth avenue.and Fifteenth ave
nue SET, and from Fourth street to Dni
wetsdty 'Stvenujpabout 325 feet-a
beei matfpea 4u as a splendid site for
a small park, and the men who are in
terested in this movement and in the
improvement cf the university sur
roundings will use every possible means
to have the plan succeed. The railroad
grade runs below the property, cutting
it in two and the additional plans are
to have the tracks arched over. This
would conform with the often-suggested
plan of concealing the entire railroad
grade, running thru the university
grounds. The purchase of the property
would need an appropriation of about
$50,000. The property as it is at pres
ent is far from ornamental, and if once
built up on either side of the tracks
with business blocks will cut off the
stately grounds from view on the other
hand, if improved as suggested, it will
add to the imposing site of the state
East Side Notes
Receives Shipment from Scotland.
Thomas Hastings, of the Hastings Cut
Stone company, has received invoice for
a large consignment of curling stones from
T. & A. Ka of Scotland
Sunday Evening Lecture.Rev. *W.
Jordan will deliver a talk on "Lessons of
the Old Cathedrals in Europe" at the Sun
day evening services in the First Metho
dist church. The talk will be a sequel to
the lecture given last Sunday evening and
will be given by request.
Northern Light WorkNorthern Light
lodge, No. 121, I. O O. F. conferred tho
flirst, Second and third degrees on a large
class of candidates at the meeting in the
lodge parlors Wednesday evening. Golden
Link and Highland lodges degree teams
Writes Fast Without Looking.Miss
Florence Laliberte, who has been study
ing in the Minneapolis business college
stenographic department, graduated re
cently, a leader in speed. Miss Laliberte,
at a test practice, wrote 160 words a min
ute on the blackboard, being blindfolded,
and her speed tested otherwise was 204
words in one minute.
Everybody Likes to Read.And there
is no more appropiiate Christmas gift
than a year's subscription for some mag
azine or paper See Morse the news deal
er, at 206, about a magazine certificate
for a present.
Combining the Useful and the Orna
mental.Glessner & Washburn, the Cen
tral avenue housefurnishers, have in
stock a choice selection of Christmas gifts
such as will please every housekeeper.
Couches, rockingchairs, tables, stands,
etc in beautiful woods are exhibited and
are sold a prices, to suit every purse.
For a Good Shave.A. K. Marshall,
Law '04, has purchased the interest of
Samuel S. Reynolds in the Ski-U-Mah
barbershop, and will run a first-class es
Cheaper Yet.See the line of second
hand Jieating stoves at the Lane Hard
ware company on Central avenue.
Dance fn Disguise.University degree
team, W A will give a prize mas
querade at Odd Fellows' hall, 519 Four
teenth avenua SE, Tuesday evening,
A pleasant affair Wednesday after
noon and evening was the church fair
and chicken-pie supper held in the
parlors of the First Congregational
church, on Fifth street SE. The La
dies' Benevolent society of the church
and the Unity club were in charge of
the fair, and the supper was served by
the women of the Benevolent society
from 6 to 8:30 o'clock. From 4 o'clock
the sale of fancy and useful Christ
mas articles was held in the parlors.
Mmes. F.,H. Morrison, C. Whiteley and
C. R. Blackmar presided over the table
hung with all sorts of beautiful aprons,
includingalso a choice of useful ar
ticles. Mmes. Crafts and Davenport
sold, the goods from the art table.
Mmes. Rickard, Ware and Morse were
charge of the dolls and dolls acces
sories. Mrs. Laird sold dainty articles
from a table filled high with laces and
pretty bits of attractively hand-made
works. In the outlay were several ex
quisite pieces of lace made by a native
at Porto Rico, the fine, meshy mate
rials finding ready buyers all thru the
aftenoon. Mrs. Arthur Sweatt and
Miss Rollins sold fancy bags for opera
glasses, handkerchiefs, etc., from an
other pretty table. Mrs. Walter Nickel
presided over the cake table, together
with Mrs. Hoag.
The supper brought oiit several hun
dred of the congregation, and the deli
cacies and tempting dishes which were
served did full justice to the efforts
of the women who had provided the
323 CENTRAL AVE.
OnOUiaer J&OaS 4
Picnic Ham 8c
Best Bacon, strip 12y2c
Best Salt Pork 10c
Veal Hindquarters Roast 10c
Veal Front Quarters Roast 7c 8c
Some Choice Pigs, suitable for
family use, only. .6c
We furnish the small Home
Deposit Banks for savings.
Fancy Umbrellas$4.75 to $12.00
MORE, MORE, MORE OP THE
Home Made Bread
Madeat Dehne'a Home Bakery.14114th St. SE
The bread Is delicious and the French pastry
made by a French cook in charge of the pastry
kitchen at the Hotel De Ville, Paris, during
the exposition is unsurpassed.
N. W. Telephone, E. 624 LL
$5.00 Down and $5.00 per Month.
Your old stove taken in exchange.
Peninsular Base Burner, Self feed
er, duplex grate and annual shaking
ring, easily operated, removable fire
pot, extra deep and heavy with con
vex top, indestructible great heat
ing capacity, double heat, heats up
stairs ?s well' as downstairs and
takes all cold air up from the floor
roomy tea kettle attachment With
large 'griddle hole large magazine,
requires less refilling and has double
covers self-locking flue tops for
easy cleaning. large and strong ash
pan. Like picture. Special this
week, price $48.00.
THE LA NS CO.
509-511-513 CENTRAL AVE'.
Holida Good No Open
O. T.SWETT& SON
Avenuef E. D.
TOYS for the Children
t gf. DOlM'for: the, Girls^l
SEEDS"forBoys and Girls
Useful Holiday Qoods for the Older Ones.' *f
Special lot of NEW DRESS GOODS
just arrived for the Christmas trade.
Serges .50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50
Meltons ,.$1.00 and $1.50
Shirt Waist Goods, worth 50c, this sale only 35c
We are headquarter^ Vfilerw6ar, Hosiery, Blankets,
Comforts, Shawls^ S#e^[iersatid all heajvy winter goods.
Every week until Christmas on Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday, we will give DOUBLE AMOUNT
of M.& C. Green Trading Stamps. Fill your books now.
THE FOUNDATIONS OF A BANK
Are its Capital and Surplus. To the
Capital of $125,000 we have *dded
^from earnings) a Surplus of $75,000.
Upon this foundation of $200,000 we
propose "to build a first-class bank.
The first storyone million dollars
has been erected.
"We are expecting future growth.
ST. ANTHON FALLS BANE
CHAS. OLSON & CO.
JEWELERS 215 CENTRAL AVENUE.
Invite the attention of prospective buyers of HOLIDAY PRESENTS to
the advantage of an early selection.
Diamond Rings$10.00 to $150.00
Opera Glasses$2.75 to $15.00
The Last New Classes before the Holidays are now being orgr^nlzed at the
Jewel Casesat $1.75 to $12.00
Tea Setsfrom $7.00 to $35.00
2000 Gold Rings75c to $15.00
CUT GLASS-SOLIDj SILVER TABLEWARE
Join this class and fit yourself for a position Next Spring Success is positively
assuredvall graduates of this well known, reliable school Scarcely a day passes
put some of the students are placed in a position. Call at the college and see
upwards of 250 young people hard at work preparing for life's duties. Call or
write for our handsomely illustrated new prospectus. It will be sent free.
'fSL RUGG& BOYCE, 305 Central Avenue.
FREE BOOKS. UNLIMITED TIME.
Now is the Time to Leave
S. E. Cor. Fifth Street and
The Beauty of a
World's Best Furnace
That It saves fuel and labor as well.
That it keeps the house warm in the coldest
VFD17 Cor. Central Ave.
J. I flAll and Fifth St. SE.
Makes them and puts them in.
Tin, Sheet Iron. Roofing, Job Work,
Metal Work and Repairing
N. W. Phone, E. 30&.J- 2. T. C. Phone, 16089
W Thomas Hastings, Jr.
Office 605 University A v. S.E.
Yard 6th Av. S. E. & Main St.
Low prices, Prompt delivery
Phone T. C. 16161. I*:
What Ton Want to Know?
Then Subscribe for a Good Maga
zine or Paper at
Morse's News Store
Prompt Service Will Be Given.
Xmas Flowers and Plants
At Lowest Prices for Fresh Stock.
Order Early. Funeral Designs and
Decorations Our Specialty.
TOM LYNES, Florist."
209 CENTRAL AVENUE.
WE BET PRINTING TO DO
because we know how to do itand always
turn outwork that is creditable to you and to
us. We are never too busy to give your small
est order our best attention
COIF THE PRINTER'S
WWlitj PRINT SHOP.
Room 6, 805 Central Av.. Chute Block.