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skirts, deep lace flounce,
Colored chambray skirts
in pink and blue with nice
net flounre. Special
The biggest assortment ever
of the woods. Ginghams in beautiful Colors. Per
cales and Chambrays. White dresses in amazing
varieties. Come, feast your eyes for the young folks
Always on hand
a tine selection of
Score and Tally
cards by the
Gibson Co. of
Many of the cards
are real work of
art and are care
there being over
20 different kinds
I DRUG STORE
"I* TELEPHONE NO. 130
(let your pictures (ruined
vin'a and 10 Cent Store.
J. L. Owens attended to business
nutters in Dulnth the first of the
W. P. Chinn, general superinter*
dent of the range properties of the
Pickands Mather Co., was in the
The Bridge Whist Club met Tues
day at the home of Mrs. R. K. Bailie,
Lake Boulevard. Mrs. A. B. Coates
will entertain the club at its next
Houses on Pine, Walnut, Chest
nut and other streets vacant lots
pine and cut-over lands. $2 an acre
down on the lands and your own
time on the rest. F. J. HUGHES.
L. £. Paddack, with the Oglebay
Norton Co., came up from Duluth
Wednesday evening, spending yes
terday in looking after mining mat
ters on the range in the interest of
Rev. J. I. Fadum, of Virginia, will
conduct services at the Scandina
vian Lutheran congregation at the
Swedish Mission church, Sunday,
April 14th. Sunday school at 2 p.
m., singing at 4, and divine services
at 7:45.—Tower News.
The Following You Will Find on Our Bargain Tables.
A Snap on Underskirts
Striped gingham skirts
in 2 and 3 cord nurse ging
hams, numerous tucks and
a deep flounce
Black sateen underskirts
regular $1.25 quality.
to this neck
City Attorney Shea attended to
legal business in Duluth Monday
Mrs. B. F. Smith and daughter,
Mrs. C. V. Malmgren, were Puluth
The M. K. Ladies' Aid will meet
next Wednesday afternoon with
Mrs. Joseph Roskilly, Chestnut
The finest line ot spring and
summer suit and overcoat patterns
displayed on the range, at N. A
Several inches of snow the first of
the week caused the old-timers to
remark that winter was starting a
little earlier than usual this year.
For a pair of shoes go to C. Jaarni,
at the Hauta building. He has ex
elusive sale of the famous Meyer's
shoes. We have the renowned
Martha Washington, Western Lady
and Honorbilt shoes. Prices mod
Everyone recalls the pleasant
surprise the tots of the Presbyterian
Sunday school gave at the Ka^ter
services. A greater surprise awaits
you Saturday, April 27 at 7.30
o'clock. Admission adults 35c
children 20c. Presbyterian church
Joe Stickney returned Monday
from Chicago, where he had spent
a brief vacation, and again takes to
the tall pines on the line of the Du
luth, Rainy Lakei Winnipeg, where
he is employed on a steam shovel
at present stationed in the Ash
A. E. Delaney, a scenic photogra
pher of Ashland, Wis., is in the city
this week taking views of many
buildings and scenes of note in the
surrounding territory. Mr. Delaney
will also make a trip over the new
Duluth, Rainy Lake & Winnipeg,
getting views of camp life and
scenic beauty along the line.
Rev. P. O. Hanson came down
Monday morning to attend the con*
ference of the Swedish Lutheran
church which was held in this city
this week. He was accompanied
on his return home yesterday by
his son, Luther G. Hanson, who
will visit a short time in that city
with his parents. Two Harbors
The initial dance under the aus
pices of the Virginia Cornet Band,
at the Finnish Temperance Hall
Saturday evening, was a pleasing
success. The boys gave an open
air street concert early in the even
ing. which was greatly enjoyed.
The organization now embraces
sixteen members, and under the
efficient leadership of J. P. Willing
has developed into a meritorious
that will appeal
to Shrewd Buyers
Gingham underskirts a
snap, checks and fancy
stripes with deep ruffle
A skirt sale of high grade
finely made garments.
They are our $5 garments
29c to $5
and crown and bridge work a
specialty. Over postoftiee.Phone
Mra. Jesaie Wright was in Dnluth
J. H. FLEMING, licensed embalm
I er and undertaker. Call 'phone 228K.
A new lot of Victor and Zonefan
records, for all disc machines, at B.
W. J. Schulze was a business vis
itor to Duluth Wednesday and
Numerous cases of measles are
reported, and one case of scarlet
fever has appeared.
Don't forget the Tiny Tot's enter
tainment, Saturday, April 27, at the
For expert shoe repairing go to
C. Jaarni, Hauta building. Work
first-class, prices moderate.
Miss Miller, formerly employed
at Coffey's market, has accepted a
position as bookkeeper at the store
of Geo. McEwen & Co.
Frank McGovern returned Satur
day from Avoca, Mich., where he
hid been for two weeks on a visit
tJ his wife, whom he reports is im
proving in health.
T. A. Johnson, representing the
Wright, Barrett & Stilwell Co. of St.
Paul, was in the city Wednesday,
selling The Enterprise a nice bunch
of stationery for our satisfied pa
The Rev. Arthur Hunter Wnrtele,
dean of Trinity Pro Cathedral, Du
luth, was a Virginia visitor yester
day, delivering a lecture last even
ing at St. Paul's church on Martin
George A. French,superintendent
of the Mesaba Telephone Co., was
up from Duluth Tuesday looking
after local interests. He was ac
companied by District Manager
Lister, of Eveleth.
The severest critics could but
write praise of the Juvenile Boston
ians, for they are all talented, all
have sweet voices and are well
trained in their dancing and acting.
Those who have an ear for music
must appreciate to the full the
sweet singing of the principals and
the remarkable harmony sustained
by the chorus.—Tribune, Pocatello
Joseph Sheehy, who is known to
many of the earlier Virginians as a
former "resident" but who for the
past several years has registered
from Duluth, has received notice
that he must serve a ninety day jail
sentence if he ever again shows up
in the Zenith City. Joe made
mistake when he left Virginia.
Had he remained here he might
have been elected mayor ere this.
a Finn boy. Competent speaks
English. Reply O. A. box 527, city.
The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will
meet Wednesday afternoon next
with Mrs. W. R. Wasson, Central
Invitations have been issued to a
"Dolly Varden May Party" at the
home of Mrs. A. C. Osborn, on Wed
nesday, May 1st.
does all kinds of dental work, which
he guarantees. Office in Sodergren
Change of program nightly at the
Fay Opera Hause.
Mrs. F. C. Whiting was the guest
of Hibbing friends Saturday.
Needles of all kinds, loud, extra
loud, soft and medium, at B. Mila
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Bailey were
Duluth visitors the first of the
Furnished room for rent, for one
or two gentlemen, at 222 Spruce
The Episcopal Guild will meet
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. J.
Miss Amy Berlin, of Wolf, was
the guest of Miss Luella Burchell
on Sunday last.
Mrs. August Tiesse enjoys a visit
from her cousin, Mrs. Charles Tra
berg, of Chicago.
Miss Ada George went to Hib
bing Tuesday, spending the week
as the guest of friends at that point.
Mrs. H. J. Sigel, who has been
visiting Duluth friends for ten days
past, returned home Tuesday even
F. B. Myers and N. B. Shank, rep
resentatives ot the Mesaba Traction
Co., were over from Biwabik yester
LOST.—A bear's claw charm, with
keystone pendant, with gold trim
mings. A reward of $5.00 for re
turn of same to this office.
Mrs. Trengrove, of Elba, accom
panied by her brother, Charles
Gundry, of Butte, Montana, were
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. Burchell on Friday last.
Remember N. A. Holmer when
you think of your spring suit. He
can satisfy you in style and has a
handsome line of late suitings from
which to select.
Dr. Spofford is at the Hotel
Fay, Virginia, the 22nd day
of every month. Latest scientific
methods in examining eyes and fit
The Juvenile Bostonians are a
company of exceptional talent and
remarkably well trained. Eacfi one
possesses a stage presence that calls
for expressions of admiration from
theaudience—Daily Times Journal,
Fort William, Ont.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Milavetz were ten
dered a pleasant surprise by a large
number of friends Sunday evening
among the forty-two guests being
a number from Eveleth. The host
and hostess were presented with a
handsome rocker,and an evening uBited States Supreme Court Says
of pleasure was enjoyed by all par
ticipants, a sumptuous luncheon
Dr. Larson, the eye
specialist, will be at
Hotel Fay, Virginia, Sunday and
Monday, April 21 and 22. If you
are afflicted with defective eyes or
need glasses consult him while the
opportunity is offered. All cases
are carefully examined with the
latest scientific instruments, reveal
ing the most obscure defects of the
Judge John M. Martin returned
Monday from Bemidji, where he
had been assisting in the defense of
Wesley and Fournier, convicted the
past week of the murder of the
Dahls near Bemidji four years ago.
Judge Martin says a motion for a
new trial will be made in the case
of Fournier, evidence adduced since
the trial showing him to be guilt
less of participation in the crime,
being simply an accessory after the
Mrs. Frank Kleffman entertained
at cards Thursday afternoon at her
home No. 320 Garfield street. Pro
gressive cinch was played and Mra.
Sullivan, of Virginia, won first
honors and Mrs. H. Somers, of Hib
bing, second. The out of town
guests were Mrs. Springer, of Eve
leth, and Mesdames Sullivan, Hor
rigan and Coughlin, of Virginia.
Refreshments were served and a
very pleasant afternoon was spent.—
Enterprise Advertising Pays
Insurance Written in all
I have"some good#bargains
in Real Estate
A. E. Bickford
Insurance & Real Estate
PHONE NO. *4K
4 jlf you would enjoy a pleasant ev
ening hour take in the moving pic
ture entertainment at the Fay Opera
FOR SALE.—Best two story brick
building on Chestnut street, Vir
ginia. Rossom Insurance Agency.
George Smith and family, of Du
luth, are among late arrivals in the
city who will make Virginia their
Before buying property in Vir
ginia let us show you our bargains
—Houses and lots in best part of
city for sale. Mattson Thurston
Agency, Stein & O'Rourke Build
ing, Virginia, Minn.
Hjalmer Jykela and Ed. Foss
were up before Judge Nelson on
Tuesday on a charge of relieving
one Alec Misula of $10 on Friday
evening last. They were fined $75
and $25 respectively. Evidently
considered it a fair price, both men
Emil Deau, a former Virginian
but who now resides at Marinette,
Wis., is in the city and will spend
the season at this point at his trade
of a mason. Mr. Deau is the father
of Mrs. T. W. Hamilton and Mrs. E.
F. Burke, who with their husbands
now reside on the coast and are do
The new M. E. church edifice
nears completion and it is expected
will be in readiness for dedicatory
services early the coming month.
The building is perhaps the finest
church edifice in St. Louis county
outside Duluth, and the local so
ciety is to be congratulated on their
COMPANY MUST PAY JUD6MENT.
Injured Brakeman is Entitled
A mandate was received by the
clerk of the United States circuit
court Tuesday from the United
States supreme court in the case of
Elmer A. Kippi against the Steven
son Iron Mining company, in which
the verdict of $6,500 given Kippi in
the circuit court is sustained.
Kippi, who was only 18 years old,
was employed by the Stevenson
company. He was working in the
capacity of a brakeman and switch
man, and on June 5,1902, was work
ing on a train at the Stevenson
mine, about a mile west of Hib
bing, when the engine gave a sud
den jerk, causing Kippi to be hurled
under|the wheels of the cars, result
ing in his leg and ankle being
crushed so thiat» amputation was
Theodore Bunker, as guardian ad
litem for Kippi, brought suit
against the company in the United
States circuit court and on July 22,
1905, secured a verdict for $8,375.
The company claimed that the
amount was excessive and in ap
pealing for anew trial asked for a
reduction, and the court cut the
judgment to $6,500 on Jan. 5, 1906.
The case was then taken to the
United States supreme court where
the ruling of the circuit court was
Enterprise advertising pays.
Lines of Insurance
and Bonds. Safety
W.H. COLE, President
J. D. LAMONT. V. Pres.
D. W. STEBBINS, Cashier.
The name of said company will
be retained by said John Chernie,
of Eveleth, Minn., who by the terms
of said dissolution will pay all
debts owed by said company.
Dated at Eveleth, Minn., March
We know how to do it. A frame
must be apart of the picture, add
ing to its original beauty and mak
ing it a harmonious whole. We
have the right moulding for any
picture, be it an oil painting, an
etching, a water color, or we can
even frame a chromo so it will be
an adornment for the parlor.
Most complete assortment of
mouldings and mats in the city
Headquarters for fine photos and
picture framing. Moilan's Studio,
118 Mesaba Ave.
Five room house, lot and barn.
Poplar street, near mill, $1000.00
Five room house, two lots and
barn, Beach street, $1,500.00.
Brick building on Chestnut
street, rented for three years at
$1,200.00 per year, $6,500.00.
Enquire Doyle Building,
J. W. MURPHY.
List your property with me. Have
good opportunities for quick sales.
It is a fact and one that
our customers are appreciat
ing more than ever this sea
son, because one can get
more enticing values for
their money than in any
establishment selling similar lines in the northwest. By
this we mean that a dollar will get you more real worth,
more real satisfaction and more real pleasure by dealing
in our store, as we have only one price to all and that is
We do not mark our goods and put them out on the
sidewalk or advertise with with great big head lines tell
yon of glorions bargains while it is a fact they will
get more money for their goods than the store that has
uniformly low prices for good honest goods and does
not advertise with any bait to bring you to their store.
If you never have bought goods from us it will pay
you to examine our line and get prices and compare with
others that give baits
I The Minnesota Dry Goods Company
The People's One Price Store
Notice ot Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing be
tween John Chernie, George Smith
and H. J. George, doinga plumbing
business under the firm style and
name of the Northern Plumbing
Company, has this day been dis
solved by mutual consent, the said
George Smith and H. J. George re
tiring from said company.
MAX LEWIS, Manager. VIRGINIA, MINN.
H. J. George.
How Would You Pronounce
We pronounce it the best in the world.
There is character and style, good taste and
worth in "Viking" clothes.
We guarantee them they deserve it
O If you want the best, you want *The Improved Viking'!
for boys and "The Viking System" for young men.
Prime Dontfa Soprano
Pupil of Mme.Smith-Behrns
of Minneapolis Fr^n Mailing
ea, Berlin Mme Orgeni, Dres
den and Mme.Barbra Larssen
of Christiania, who will ap
pear at the
The Norwegian M. E. church
FAY OPERA HOUSE
Wednesday, May (st
Right now is the time to order
your spring and summer suit, and
N. A. Holmer's is the place. Fine
line of suitings, and work guaran
teed in every particular.