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Telephone Your Orders
353-BOTH PHOMES-353
Our organization is perfect We
OJorthwest.
perate the best Delivery System in
FRESH ACME TOMA
TOESBasket
SUGAR CORN
dozen WAX BEANS
pound
CABBAGE
large heads
LEMONSLarge
enoughdozen COOKING APPLES
peck BARTLETT PEARS
dozen
ELBERTA PEACHES
basket
POTATOES
peck
12c
10c
4c
3c
20c 30c 25c
15c
12|c
1 Hoffman House Goffee
Is sure to please most particular
coffee drinkersWe ask you to
try a pound of this excellent cof
fee. If you are not thoroughly
pleased with it we will be glad to
refund your money.
Price 30C Pun
Iced Minarda Tea
is perfectionno better blend for
icing possible to make. This is a
most pleasing drink. $1 value
60C Pound
Price
STANDARD TOMA-
TOEScan
8c
Bakery Specials forTaesday
FRESH GREEN tffcrf*
APPLE PIES IVll
SPICE DROPS
dozen
BREAD
16-ounce loaf
8c 3c
Sanitary Heat Market
(Old Location)
Everything handled in a scrupul
ously clean manner. Cooked
Meats, Veal Loaf, Roast Beef,
Baked Ham, Boiled Ham, Chick
ens, etc.
Bound Steak, lb lie
SHcruld.er Steak, .9e
Pork Chops, lb.. 13c
Pot Roast, lb. 7c 8c 9c
McMillen's Paragon Ham. .,.14c
Bacon, a bargain............,15o
Telephone Tonr Orders
353Both Phones-353
Mail Orders Promptly Filled.
Fifth St., between Nicollet and Henne
pin, abort 200 feet from old Location.
AVELERS
See the
Summer Suit
Cases at
BARNUM^ISNicbiUt
Boxes of Cigars
From dozens of reliable brands
we select for particular men
tion our famous clear Havana
BELL'S SPECIAL.f
Box of 25 $2-50
Box of 60 $500
and the fine Ke West,
'JAN KUBELIK."
Form, size and flavor unsur
passed Box of 50 $ 4 5 0
For sale only at
W. S. Bell's Cigar Stand,
IN GUARANTY LOAN BLDQ.
NORTHWESTERN NATIONAL BANK
Capital $1,000,000
Deposits 10,000,000
Surplus 850,000
Accounts received from individuals,
corporations and banks.
Savings Department.
.Ladles' Department.
JSCHOOL S
MISS C. E. MASON'S
Suburban School
For Girls and Young Ladles
"THBCASTUB," Tmrtwn-on-Hudn N. Y.
A beautiful and perfectlr equipped school. Ev
ry facility for outdoorlife. For catalog addrsss
Miss C. B. MASON, L. L. M., Lock Box 718 ge
Refer to Miss Hattie, A. Wolff. School for Piano
forte Study. Minneapolis. Summer address. Bed
.Win*. Minn.
City News
SfifcfeS
TOW* TALK
I
BVENTS OF TONIGHT
Metropolitan Theater/'The
Prisoner of Zenda."
BijouVaudeville. WonderlandOutdoor Amuse
ments.
Lake Harriet Roof GardenLib
erati's band, operatic quartet and
M. Guille.
TOMOBBOW^ CALENDAR
Journal automobile tours of Min
neapolis and twin cities.
Wonderland Park Outdoor
amusements, Knabenshue and air-
DeephavenTennis tournament.
Four per cent interest on your sav
ings If deposited with the State Insti
tution for Savings, 517 First avenue 8.
The Journal automobile tours, "See
ing Minneapolis" two-hour ride
leave The Journal office at 9:30 am,
1:80 p.m.. 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
The Johnson Undertaking: Co. are
now at 703 Hennepin av. Tel.N. W.
Main 3358, T. C. 9859. Eesidence 2005
2d av 8. Tel. N. W. Main 143-J.
Interest allowed on deposits. The
Minnesota Loan and Trust Company,
813 Nicollet avenue. Capital and sur
plus, $700,000.
Sixty -jobbers and manufacturers of
St. Paul left that city last evening in a
special train over the Soo road for a
trip thru North Dakota. They will be
absent a week visiting various- points
and calling on their North Dakota
customers.
The store of M. Dudovitz, tailor, 482
Wabasha street, Stv Paul, was entered
by burglars early Sunday morning and
twenty suits and bolts of cloth taken.
Entrance was effected by breaking the
lock and crossbar of a rear door to the
store.
August Johnson is under arrest at
the Central police station, charged with
the theft of a valuable meerschaum
pipe from a Nicollet avenue tobacco
nist and a quantity of jewelry from a
Washington avenue pawnshop. He de
nies the charge.
Leo Engelsby, Eau Claire, Wis., fell
from the back platform of a Lake Har
riet car at Hennepin avenue and Twen
ty-seventh street, Sunday afternoon
and was taken to the city hospital un
conscious. He recovered quickly upon
receiving medical 'attendance and left
the hospital last evening.
S. S. Petterson and wife, Mrs. W. W.
Eoss and S. S. Petterson, all of Prince
ton, Minn., came down from Princeton
in an automobile yesterday and spent
the night in Minneapolis. Today they
left for a tour of the southern part of
thestate. They expect to return to
Minneapolis in time for the G. A E
encampment.
H. C. Seixas. formerly a New York
salesman, but lately residing on Mar
shall avenue, St. Paul, was found in a
room in the Kendall hotel, St. Paul,
Sunday morning in a serious condition
as the result of leaking gas in his
room. He was taken to the city hos
pital, where it is thought he will re
cover. HIS NAP ANDNEW
FRIENDSHIP COSTLY
While sleeping on the river bank
near Fort Snelhng, Sunday afternoon,
E. A, Arnodt, Freelow, Iowa, was
robbed of eight $5 bills, a woman's
gold watch and a small amount of sil
ver coin.
Arnodt went to the fort with an ac
quaintance of a few hours, whom he
met on Bridge square. They decided to
take a short nap and when Arnodt
woke up both his new-found friend and
his valuables had disappeared. The
police have an accurate description of
the thief.
STABBED IN MELEE
AT JORDAN PICNIC
Emil Jacobson, 8030 Third street N,
was stabbed in a general melee at
Jordan, Sunday afternoon, and was
brought to the city last night. His in
juries are not serious.
In company with some friends Jacob
son attended a picnic at Jordan and
the festivities ended in a general fight.
In the course of the hostilities Jacob
son received his injuries, but neither
he nor his friends can give an intelli
gible account of the assault and no
arrests have been made.
BURGLARS REMOVE SCREEN
Residence of Weed Munro Is Visited by
Night Prowlers.
Burglary was attemptedd last night
at the home of Weed Munro, 1608 West
Twenty-fifth street, but the thieves
were evidently frightened away before
they could effect an entrance. When
the' family arose today it was discov
ered that some of the strips to the
screen door had been removed in the
night and the wire screen partly pulled
away. Nothing had been disturbed in
the house and it is not believed that
anyone got in, altho an attempt was
plainly made.
J. H. Johnson
Funeral Director.
formerly with the firm of Vail & John
son, established 1866, and for the past
fifteen years President andsGeneral Man
ager of "The Johnson-Landls Undertak
ing Co.," has Severed his connection
with that company and opened anew
and first-class undertaking parlor at 708
Hennepin avenue under the firm' name
of "The Johnson Undertaking Co."
Mr. J. H. Johnson will give his per
sonal attention to all calls. Telephones
N. W., Main S353 Twin City, 9859.
Residence, 2005 Second Avenue South.
TelephoneN. W., Main 148-J.
Iayest your money where you
jt the bes* results. If you invert
intJournal wvant ads you will find
they pay biff dividends. Only 1
TWINS LIVELY, SAY
STREETCAR DATA
4'
12 months to Dec. 81, 1004.
1900 2,839,356
1901 8,178,976
1902 8,612,211
1903 4,063,988
8 mos. 1905. 8,482,688
"*-V
Comparisons Covering Series of Tears
Show a Steady Gain in Earnings*
with Heavy Proportionate Reduction
in Operating ExpenseCompany En
joys Monopoly with 5o Fare Irrev
ocable.
EASTERN BROKERS ISSUE SIGOTF- CITY AND O0TJNTY OmO||R
IOANT T. 0. B. T. REPORT. WELL DECORATE.
On the generally accepted theory that
street railway statistics are the moat
accurate indication of a city's condi
tion, Minneapolis is about the most pro
gressive and prosperous municipality on
the continent. It has not always been
an easy task for the ordinary layman
to analyze the annual reports of the
Twin City Bapid Transit company with
regard to points of special significance
in city development, and consequently
peculiar interest attaches to a report on
the company made by the statistical
department of William A. Bead & Co.,
bankers and brokers, of New York.
This report covers the condition of the
company up to Oct. 1, 1905, and con
tains statistics so arranged and simpli
fied that their significance can readilv
be appreciated. Thus a comparison of
conditions ten years ago with those or
the calendar year immediately preced
ing the report is made as follows:
The system has now been increased
to 325 miles. This work of reconstruc
tion, improvement and equipment and
of extension, has resulted in gross and
net revenues each being more than
doubled, with a decrease in bonds and
stock per mile, so that interest charges
are now less than one-sixth of gross re
ceipts, against 30 per cent in 1896. The
changes in capitalization and per mile
are summarized below:
Dec. SI, 1886. Sepft.30,1905.
Miles owned 225
Outstanding bonds $11,828,000
Bonds per mile 50,825
Preferred Aid com. stock 16,147,200
Total capital stock per
mile 71,765
Total capital obligations
per mile 122,090
Gross earnings 2,050,218
Gross earnings per mile
or track 0.152
Annual interest *626,S57
Per cent of Interest to
gross earnings 8.08
Net Income orer charges. 290,988
820
$15,566,000
47.900
20,955,000
64,477
112,877
4,308,081
*16,185
699,105
16.2
1,028,561
Earnings Grow Steadily.
According to the report, the earning
capacity of the twin city properties
shows a steady gain. Preferred stock
has drawn dividends since its issuance
common has paid since 1899 and at the
rate of 5 per cent since May, 1902.
Tabulated the dividend showing is:
Percent Far Oent
Beamed Paid on
Common Stock. Common Stock.
1898 1890 1900 1901 1002 1903 1904
2.49 3.66
4.70 0.87 7.06 7.26 6.23
2.50
8.00 4.00 6.00 6.00 5.00
While this table shows an apparent
decrease in 1904, the actual surplus
over fixed charges and preferred divi
dend in that year was 7.67 per cent on
the common stock. The difference is
accounted for by extraordinary appro
priations to various renewal funds and
also to an insurance fund. Some inter
est on a large aggregate of bonds for
the new steam power plant and other
construction work is covered from, the
year's earnings, tho it might rightfully
have been charged against capital, as
part of the cost of construction instead
of against income.
The steady increase of eatnhifts thru
a lonir series of years is also shown in
this table, the difference between the
last two columns representing the
amount available for common stock
dividends:
Year tft Gross
Dec. SI. Earnings.
1898 $2,170,716
Net
Extensions Cost Money.
Another interesting feature of the
report is a tabulated statement of the
company's eharees to construction
which were $1,33(),683 in 1902 $2,216,-
811 in 1003 and $2,250,225 in 1904. The
largest item in track construction, pav
ing and right-of-way, which ranged
from $478,859 in 1902 to $591,786
each of the years 1903 and 1904. The
right-ofway expense was naturally out
side the limits of the twin cities, as the
company has free running rights thru
the streets both in Minneapolis and St.
Paul.
Liberal, Valuable Franchises.
Such a statistical showing as this
would be attractive, but the report
?win
oints out additional advantages pf
City stock as an investment in
the privileges enjoyed in both oities,
the favorable franchises held and the
i absence of competition. In introduc
tion the report says:
the report says
"The system operated under fran-
COURTHOUSE WILL,
FLY Mffl FLAGS
County Attorney WW Make His Office
a Bower of Banners, and County Au
ditor, City Clerk and Others Will
Keep Open House for Visitors to En?
campment.
WJJ
The offices in the courthouse and
city hall building will be decorated as
never before for Grand Army Encamp*
ment week. Practically every office iff
the building will be decorated in honor
of the visitors,, andL open
kept by .the city Wid, county^rffteiatt
during the entire week.
"Welcome
Flagsr,
CADETS LOO FORWARD
TO G. A. R. ENCAMPMENT
&
JOURNAL CADETS
Tonight at The Parade, 7i30, Com
panies A, and C.
Tuesday night, Second battalion,
Companies D, E, F. and Hj offi
cers' school afterward*.
Baseball tonight at 6 staff vs. I|
vs. H.
But two weeks remain before the
G. A. R. encampment, and the Journal
cadets should improve every opportu
nity to attend drills. Tomorrow night,
after the second battalion drill, an offi
cers' school will be held which should
be attended by^evary -officer of the
re^hee,East
Bond Interest,
Taxes and
DlTldend
1777,668
815,796 829,076 876,638
921,718 941,041
1,116,185
897,008
Income. Pre)
31,151.82*
1,866,821
1,584,667
,1,758,524
1,962,041 2,185,888 2,144,776
1,578,150
Bide cadets should under-
stand that the special drills at Holy
Trinity church are held in the hall con
nected with the church on Fourth ave
nue, between University avenue and
Fourth street BE. It is planned that
the practice march to Cedar lake next
Saturday is to include a program of
sports, announcement of which will be
be made in a few days.
Tonight there are to be two baseball
games at the Parade. Staffs vs. Com
pany I and Company 0 vs. Company H.
BROKEN BONES RESULT
FRO SHACE ATTACKS
brokennby
tb
chise unusuallyis liberal and valuable in
their provisions and practically exclu
sive and perpetual. The St. Paul char
ter is perpetual by its terms. The grant
is not exclusive in terms, but gives the
right to use all streets in the city of
St. Paul and to lay tracks in the cen
ter, which practically excludes all
other companies, as the streets of that
city are quite narrow. The Minne
apolis company was chartered in 1878
for fifty years, with perpetual rights
of renewal in periods of fifty years, and
the street railway ordinances give the
company the exclusive right, during
the term of its charter, to construct and
operate street railways in the streets of
Minneapolis. Aside from the exclusive
features of the companay's franchises,
its lines occupy the principal streets in
each city in such a manner as practi
cally to exclude competition, and they
extend in all directions out of each city
to all the nearby suburban cities and
resorts.
Five-Cent BFaxe Irrevocable.
"These franchises and ordinances
have been approved by the state legis
lature and upheld by the state courts,
and the United States courts, with
fares irrevocably fixed at 6 cents in
each city." Five-Cent Fare Irrevocable.
"And in its "conclusion" the pam
phlet clinches it all with this:
"In conclusion, it may be pointed out
that the company has a monopoly of
the electric railway traffic in Minne
apolis and St. Paul, owning all the trac
tion lines in those cities or connecting
them and a. profitable interurban sys
em to surrounding suburban towns and
to nearby resorts. Its operations are
conducted under exceptionally favor
able conditions, both as to territory
served, possibility of low operating
costs, and in its relations to the muni
cipalities, with its franchises settled by
legal decrees as practically exclusive
and perpetual in both cities, and with
the fares irrevocably fixed in each city
at, 5 cents.
"The full extent of the benefits from
the recent capital expenditures, is just
beginning to appear in the company's
accounts, as- evidenced by the large in
crease in revenues in recent months,
with reduction in operating cost, the, ^.^-_---- -TC
surplus for the common stock increasing I of prominent breeders and the Mtionw
27 per cent in July, over 21 per cent I exhibitions which have been held for
ast, and 50.0 per cent in Septem- some years past' iff connection with the
OS)/' Minnesota state fair, _
an Theh
NORTHWEST CROPS
NffORMIMOOD
Ernest Buchanan and Ed Toattle,
colored, 147 Eighth street, St. Paul,
fought a battle at their residence Sun
day morning. Buchanan -tfas armed
with an ax. ^Toggle with a knife.
The trouble started over Buchanan's
getting into the wrong room. Buchanan
received a deep wound in the chest,
another in the back, and his right arm
was slashed and broken.
Toggle, who attacked Buchanan
while the latter was unarmed, received
some bad blows on the shoulders from
the ax which Buchanan later procured,
but as Toggle escaped, the extent of
his injuries is unknown.
Another fracas in St. Paul resulted in _._.,
wo of W St Peter's ribs being -McNeill, Agent Northern Pacific rail-
1 broke byS a blowfrom fromaaneckyoiteei neckyok inlwwayya at No Nicollet Hous block
blow n|
Hendsrton, colored. combatgobeTt
Temperance street, where Henderson
formerly worked. He attacked St.
Peter when the latter ordered him out
of the barn.
FATALLY INJURED BY
FALL UNDER WHEELS
While running to reach a switch at
Twenty-second avenue N and the river
early Sunday morning, D. J. Murphy,
a Northern Pacific switchman, 1703
Clinton avenue, fell under the wheels
of a passing train and received in
juries from which he died several hours
later. His* akull was fractured in sev
eral places and his entire scalp was
torn off.
The injured man was hurried to the
city hospital in the police patrol wagon
and altho he reoeiyed quick medical at
tendance he died at noon. He was 45
years old and leaves a family.
THREE CATTLE SALES
at Increase in Livestock Attractions
State Fair.
Tor several yetaspast, the Minnesota
state fair has had two auction sales
of cattle during fair week, Tbut this
year, to celebrate the completion of
the new liyestoek, amphitheater, three
sales hae ^eatjkincaiisced. W C.
Gavock,vwho will have charg~ ofM th
auction sale of Aberdeen AMUB and
Hereford cattle! reports that these two
sales will be of the highest grade, and
that the offerings will be in every way
creditable to the great cattle show at
the Minnesota stsjte fair. Fifty Aber
deen Angus cattle will be sold on the
afternoon of Sept. 4, the second day of
the fair. The offerings will consist of
consignments from leading herds from
Minnesota, Wisconsin,.. _.Iowa JKBA
Illinois. c-\ s&
Mr. McGhivdek will on Wednesday,
Sept. 5, sell some fifty head of Here
ford cattle, a breed which jwn
known in OJainnesot a thr the
activitie.
Defective Page
A
BANK OF COMMERCE RECEIVES
$ I MANY REPORTS.
All Sections,of Minnesota, North and
South Dakota and Northern Iowa Are
Included in MessagesBust, Drought
and Wet Weather Threaten Results
in Few Localities.
Reports* received continue favorable
as to the crops and bear out former in-
dieatioBgkOf good yields generally, de
spite the bad spots in some counties.
Minneapolis
"businesshmen
are keep
J^* I ing~in dosTtouc wit the situation,
th
mo bunt
signs poxes of
ing "Welcome signs and poxes of
cigars will be an the vis
itors of the city who inspect the mu
nicipal building will say that it is the
1)681* V6T
County'Attorney Al J. Smith was one
of the first to lay plans for the deco
ration of his office and for the enter
tainment of visitors. He plans to have
the legal offices of the county a bower
of flags and national colors, and .the
entire legal force will be organized into
a recepnon committee. A fine en
larged photograph of Colonel Colville
of the old First Minnesota has been
secured and will be of special interest
to Minnesota veterans. The enlarge
ment is taken from a. small kodac snap
shot taken the day before the colonel
of the gallant first heard his last taps
at the soldiers' home on the eye of
the last reunion of the famous Minne
sota regiment.
Others Are in Line.
Other officials on both sides of the
building have similar plans. County
Auditor Hugh B. Scott is a Philippine
veteran and former member of the
Thirteenth Minnesota. The auditor's
office will be appropriately decorated in
honor of the encampment and the vis
itors will be welcomed.
The archives of the city clerk con
tain 150 large American flags that are
used at polling places in the city on
election days. These will be distrib
uted about the building and Will form
effective decorations.
The entertainment committee and the
committee on decorations will assist in
the work." The magnificent city and
county building will be in gala attire
within and without in honor of the en
campment. Effective electric displays
are planned for the evenings of encamp
ment week and the building will be
open night and day.
gits comprehensive means
of information that afforded by the
National Bank of Commerce of Min
neapolis, which institution sent out hun
dreds of inquiries to Minnesota, North
Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and other
A number of reports picked at ran
dom from the hundreds received are
given below.
Minnesota Reports.
DawsonCrops Ttry satisfactory.
Red WingProspect for the largest crop for a
number of years in nearly erery line.
Bird IslandCrops very promising.
AtwaterVery favorable.
HoustonCrops rery good.
PipestoneProspects brighter than at any
tune for the last four years.
Lake BeatonCrops In best condition weather
ideal. If no hailstorms, crop will be big.
BalatonCrop conditions are the best no
rust.
3umbrotaSplendid outlook corn a little be
hind warm weather will bring it along.
Albert LeaThin county never had a fine*
prospect for wheat, corn and oats.
ButterfleldOats, barley and rye good wheat
only a small average.
CanbyPresent weather continued will Insure
very satisfactory crops.
iTanhoeCrops to first-class condition blue
stem wheat not so good, but fair.
AdrianBest prospect for years In this vi
cinity.
MontereyCrops the best for five years bar
vest now on.
LabtfleldJackson county the best for six
years hay and oats, especially.
MapletoriCorn will be a good crop barley
and oats being cut wheat ripe next week.
PrincetonOutlook very favorable.
GlenwoodCondition promising prospects for
average yield.
MankatoCrops generally good rye and bar
ley being cut.
CambridgeEverything looking good at pres
ent.
Cannon FallsCrops good in this locality.
BoydVery good prospect.
BellingHumWheat, oats, barley and rye all
looking well.
BusnfordCrops good.
Long PrairieProspects for a full average.
Granite FallsVery satisfactory yield indi
cated.
Pine IslandBarley mostly cut, threshing
twenty to thirty bushels wheat and aots ripen
ing. They are little below average.
Little FalbProspect Xor a. foil crop of all
trains.
WadenaBMt crop tor several years prom
ised.
North Dakota Reports.
KathrynProspects excellent a bumper crop
expected.
WllllstonCrops very good, tho somewhat to
need of rain at this writing.
VelvaThis territory gives promise of a very
good crop.
LltchvllleFor ten years crops have never
been better rust can do no damage.
Alice (Grass county)Present crop prospects
of the best with good weather, a good har
Test is assured.
LisbonCrop conditions better than ever be
fore in Ransom county all kinds of grain prom
ise large yields.
BismarckMore wheat and flax than ever be
fore conditions excellent except that rain is
needed.
MandanCrops look very well, but need rain.
MinnewakonCrops In Benson county were
never better unless struck by hail, a good yield
is certain.
TownerWe need rain and if we don get It
coon tbere -will be aama(c-
CraftonProspects are not so good as they
were ten days ago too wet some red rust.
New RockfordCrop conditions good, altho
dry weather has probably done some damage to
LeedsWheat fairly good northwest of here
It has suffered from dry weather.
AbercromblePresent conditions good weather
very favorable.
StarkweatherAll crops looking fine, except
the late'sown grain, which needs rain.
LakotaThe crop in this vicinity will not
be a large one oats and barley promise better
tahn wheat.
HannahProspects for a good crop were never
better.
South Dakota Beports.
White LakeWith favorable weather, the
yield will be Immense prospects were never bet
ter.
WessingtonCrops stenerally good and wheat
the best ever by 10 per cent oats, barley, spelts
and flax all good.
WoodsocketProspects for a bumper crop nest
outlook for years will begin about
OentervillePresent condition very favorable. Iowaharvest Beportss.
Forest CityProspects are for good crop.
Buffalo CenterCrop looks very good.
MarathonThe outlook was never better.
Storm LakeMuch better prospects than last
OslwetnCrops Yerjr fair corn, howerer, wiH
need rain soon
BartCrops Ytry good. _____
$10Isle Royal and Beturn$10
On the steamers "Easton" and "Soo
City" sailing from Buluth Sundays
and Thursdays at 10 p.m. Se Mr 0.
a
No..119Nicollet
9
uKyQyoum.
took place in a barn at 67 2
_j
Meat dept.
~C. F. WITT, Manager
r*a Oat#-PrM CmmpM*
BmuB0fmrtUMkra.
r8
1
Houseeblock
for Ticket includes meals and berth
on the steamers Thi is a beautiful
water trip, and cheaper than staying at
home.
reserve.your stateroom berthB
POWERS
17c
..4c
Fresh Country Eggs,
special, per dozen
Fancy Cabbage, large,
__ special, per head
Sugar Cured Plate Corned A
Beef, special, pound *x
1906 Spring Chick-1 A
ens, pound 10"fcl/C
Sugar Cured Picnic f\
Rams, at per pound... JLvIC
Fresh Leaf Lard, here
per pound 1 10c
TELEPHONES
N. W.Main 4500 and 4501.
Twin City86 and 116.
Hoffman's Cameras
iAre no different than those
you can *et elsewhere, put
Jt-When you do jret one here you
are given at absolute
tee of its being- just
5th Week of Our Phenomenal Midsummer
Half Price Sale Fine Furniture Pieces.
Manafaoturors' Samples.
AMU^JEgTS^
METROPOLITAN INtST
Tonight 10c, 26c, 50c. Mat. Tomorrow 10c, 23c.
FERRIS STOCK COMPANY
WITH DICK FERRIS AND FLORENCE STONB
In Anthony Hope's Great Romance,
THE PRISONER of ZENDA
Next week "Old Heidelberg"
.SQSorcnsen Oxfords
4l4t Are made up in all leath
W ers, styles and lasts.
Ba^E TBJS ~KUSTD TtrAT FITS.
J^ tor men and women, fS.W
fffl 8. T. 80RENSEN,
0B3t4 NIc, Minneapolis.
18* E. 7th St., St- Paul
ifiSEEING
ArW StampsTea pound at 50c-
Stamps with one
pound Mocha and
Java- at 25c-
O ct Stamps with one
pound Old Govt.
Java Coffee, 35c
f\f\ Stamps with one
V\J can Baking Powder
at 50o.
OA Stamps with one
pouna A. & P.
Blend Mocha and Java
at 30
WOLPERT
GROCERY-CO.
23-So.6U:.St.
WHOLESALERS TO CONSUMERS
SPECIALS FOR TUESDAY
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
Beets, Turnips or Carrots, per
peck 15c
New Cabbage, per head 2
Fresh, Green Corn, dozen 8
Large bunches Celery, bunch..25c
Large baskets Tomatoes, per bas
ket 12%C
Cantaloupes, large basket.'... -55o
Elberta Peaches, large original
baskets 30c
Pure White Clover Honey, per
comb 10c
Gedney's Early June Peas, new
car just arrived, dozen. -...1D-85c
Solid packed Tomatoes, 3
3
cans for 27
Cedar wood Water Pails, the big
gest snap yet, each -10
Good Washboards, each 15c
Ammonia or Bluing, 2-qt. bot..{10c
Washing Soda, 8 lbs. for lOo
Ham and Bacon, per lb 15c
Pot Roast, Beef, per lb........-6c
Round Steak, per lb 10c
Corned Beef, per lb....j....\. -6c
4 choice Mackerel fpr 25c
Lard (bring your pail), lb....J,Oo
4. sc
aguaran-
repre
sented. Non ahM cameras
t.fis this true, but in
Pinfgrapkern* Supplies
HI* all kinds, of which we make
a specialty.
A HOFFMAN^
624NtooJMArtPB*.
OT^
'mi
Tour Patronage Solicit
Paid on All Lake Orders.
Oity and Country Orders Punctaxallsr
Attended to.,
Rugs Cleaned
Orientals and Expensive Imparted
Rugs cleaned by the Celebrated
Naptha Proooss. **t
Henry Bro. Dye House
IT'S HARD TO INDICATE IN
COLD TYPE THE MERITS OF THIS
SALE. When W Tell You That, for
Style, for Construction, for Ail
Around Desirability, These Sample
Pieces Furniture Are Beyond Ad-
Ketlvesof,
and when W Tell You,
oreover that for Every Dollar In
vested You Get Tw Big, Plump Dol
lars In Return, W Have Told the
Whole Story so Far as Cold Type
can Tell It.
WE WOULD LIKE TO HAVE YOU
SEE WITH YOUR OWN EYESYou
Will Need No Other incentive to Pur
chaseIt's No Small Thing to be Able
to Buy the Beat In Furniture at
HALF PRICE I The End la Near at
Handl Our Buyers are Returning
from the Market* and Report Stiff
Prices All Along the Line. W Could
Easily Get Fuli Price for Every Sln
le Piece W Are Offering at Half
rice, But W Announced a Half*
Price Saleand Half-Price 8ale It
Isi The New England Always "Makes
Goodl"
YOU PAY WHEN YOU PLEASE,
or at least W Will Arrange Pay
ments to Suit YouEither for Today,
Next Week, Next Month, or Next
YearSo Don't Let That Bother!
& Carpet.Co
5th St., 6th St. and 1st Av. S.
AMUSEMENTS
KNABENSHUE AND HIS AIRSHIP.
Flights beginning tomorrow to August 6th.
mospheric Conditions Permitting.
Unwue
FAMILY THEATEB. 3j*
Continuous Vaudeville Afternoon anor^
Evening. Prices 10c, 20c. 30c Matinesjtk 'a
10c and 30c _JrW'
MINNEAPOLIS.n
THE JOURNAL AUTOMOBILE TOURS
COrTDUCTED BY MOTOR SERVICE COMPANY,
Loare THE JOURNAL Building Erery DayWeather Permitting. Of. 'rVTiloa
9:80 a. m., 1:80. 4:00 and 7:80 p.
tfU
SPECIAL 5. y H. GREEN
STAMP SALE
ALL THIS WEEK.
Phone Your Orders. We Will Send the Stamps.
10 Stamps with
2 Pounds of
lTllies px1$
Stamps with 1 bot-l
tie of A. & P. Ex
2 5
Strictly Fresh
Table Butter
Only 22c Lb
tract, any flavor 25c]
1 Stamps with one!
3-lb box Best A. &
P. Laundry Starch.. 18cI
f\ Stamps with seven!
A bars A & P. Boraxl
Laundry Soap 25e[
1 ft Stamps with onel bottle finest Blu-
A
PHONB8 1036.
60 Stamps with One Can of Baking Powder.
GREAT ATLANTIC
& PACIFIC TEA CO
631 NICOLLET AVBNUB
lng 10o|
1 f\ Stamps -with one!
M-K*
20-Mul Tectm
Borax, per pound 12*e
EAUTIFUL
ISLE ROYALE
This Island In Lake Superior is
a most enchanting spot and Is well
worth a visit. Not only do you re
ceive a benefit from the steamer ride,
but you will return home more re
freshed from this visit than from
some trips where your expenses would
exceed this many times over.
$10.00 From the
Twin Cities 1
Is the price of the ticket to Isle Roy
ale and back, which includes meals
and berth on the steamer.
Starting: either on Thursday or
Sunday on the
Twilight Limited
Connection is made same night with
steamer at Duluth, and Isle Roya|e
is reached next morning:.
For. further information call at of
fices of the sf$
North-Western Line
396 Robert St., S Paul, Minn.
600 NicoUet Ave., Minneapolis. Minn.
BdisoaasKlVlster.
tALKING
MACHINES
n Easy Paysssats
Hiiieteti Pioiogripilit. &J&
'A
r4
Ai
UaA tec dlaec sad Victor Oetataf.
fton Opea Sfsalaf*.
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