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1 it 1 CI 1I'|-C the best. All guaranteed. See the anappy styles. 5.98 to 25.00 Skirts Our akirts are models of perfection. The neweat styles in all sizes. All colors and popular weaves. 5.00 to S6.50 SHOES Buy your Eaater Shoes at REIDS! Queen Quality Ox fords, and Buater Browns, Black or Tan. $1.50 to $4 -jr« anuria Gnioa Re. irn MMMl Prate- HH cmim UMtitf tbi North Pol* Hail. oaMCond .iMMl fourth Monday evenings of tub month. Visiting members always welcome. 5 Cecal nm. Do you smoke? Have a C. & M. Home production and good gooda. Mr. and Mra. Andy Anderson were Duluth viaitoraon Saturday. B. F. Smith, of The Fay, waa a Du luth visitor Wedneaday and Thura _____ J. A. Kennedy, auperintendent of the Virginia Light ft Water Co., went to Duluth Wedneaday. Postmaster 5t. A.Nichola,of Buhl, waa in the city yeaterday morning, en route home from a trip to Duluth. Milton C. Butler, who attenda the Wiaconain State at Madison, came home Friday laat for a brief vaca tion viait. Prof. T. E. Grae, formerly of Bi wabik but now holding the posi tion of county humane officer, waa in the city Tueaday. S. O. Geyaer, the Hibbing cigar manufacturer, and Jamea Geary, the well-known drill man, were Vir ginia visitors Tuesday. Local fiahermen are in throea of spring fever to caat the hook and bait into the placid watera of the apring brook and wait tor the wiley trout. W. H. Harvey, former mine in apector who recently reaigned to accept the auperintendency of the Shenango mine, waa in the city Monday. Jake Kolatad of Virginia apent Wedneaday and Thuraday in the city on a viait with relativea. Mr. Kolatad conducta a roller rink in Virginia and reports buainesa good.—Kly Miner. Letter* received by frienda in the city from Frank McGovern, who recently left for Winnipeg with an idea of entering tile employ of the Grand Trunk Pacific road, an nounce that men lire more plenti ful than conea on a pine tree and that he will likely return to the Miaaabe in the near future. €asitr Crading fi«Kkpatier$ The latest novelties in fashionable wearables for Ladies and Meny Girls and Boys. Right new from fashion centers and sold at prices that are attractive. That fit. No alterations necessary on our Coata. The materials are the best and Linings Quality, Workmanship and lowness of price. iJLawn Waists, Silk Waists, ALXANDER REID & COMPANY J- H. FLEMING, licensed embalm er and undertaker. Call phone 244L1 Miaa Jennie Myers was in Duluth Saturday. A. Kellar, local manager of the L. Hammel Co., was a Hibbing visitor Monday. Mr. and Mra. W. H. Eaton are Du luth visitors this week, going down Wednesday afternoon. Victor Soderatrom, the drill con tractor, attended to business mat ters at Duluth the first of the week. It will pay you to attend our 3 day Easter Sale, commencing Thursday, April 16. Golden Rule. Call tor a Cohu & Murphy Pane tela if you want a good smoke. It will please you. At all leading places. Mrs. Rhodes and Mrs. Grace Turnbnll, of Hibbing, were the guests of Virginia friends the first of the week. Shanedling Bros, have just re ceived a conaignment of 300 pairs of the latest styles tan shoes and oxfords. Martin Nelaoti is again able to be about after a confinement of three weeks with a combination of rheu matiam and mumps. Prof. Paul Bailey, superintendent of the manual training department of the Booaevelt High, left yester dayfor Menomonee, Wis., to spend hia vacation. •1 «»T" That are made better than the average. Suits that are more stylish than the average. Prices that are lower than the average. Prices $15* to 335a Fit Guaranteed Goats Waists Dr. Larson, the eye specialist, will be at Hotel Fay, Virginia, the 20 and 21 of each month. Failing eyeaight properly cared for. Schoola cloaed Wednesday for a week'a Eaater vacation, and the youngatera enjoy the first corner lot ball gamea, while many of the teachera will apend Easter at their reapective homea. W. J. Moore, who haa been con nected with the Gilbert townaite in the capacity of promoter and aalea agent, haa completed hia labors after a moat aucceaaful effort, and in company with Mra. Moore left the firat of the week for their home at Hillsdale, Mich. L. S. Zalk, for some time paat in charge of the ahoe department at Shanedling Broa., haa reaigned hia poaition to accept of a poaition aa traveling aaleaman for L. S. Mark well A Co., the Milwaukee ahoe manufacturers. Hia territory will include northern Minneaota, and he will make hia headquarter* at St. Paul. ji J' INNE5CRA A waist bought at Reid's means Style, Fit, Net Waists. 98c to 10.00 Millinery Ladies and Children's Ras ter Bonnets in the latest mod els at popular prices. 3.98 to 8.50 Gloves The Glove Stock is now com plete in every detail. Long and short gloves in Silk and Kid. From 50c to 3.75 Theodore Oakman came over from Kveleth Tueaday in hia auto. Claude Gill waa a Duluth paaaen ger on the Tuesday morning train. The Presbyterian Ladiea' Aid will meet on Wednesday afternoon next with Mrs. Simons. S. R. Horrocks, the McKinley ton sorialist, circulated among his many Virginia friends yesterday. Emil Anderson, proprietor of the Northern Hotel at Hibbing, was a business visitor to the city Monday. Phone 105, Virginia Tranafer and Dray Line, for dry birch and tam arac wood. Also prepared to saw cordwood. 1000 pairs of sample shoes for men, ladies, misses, and children, ranging in prices from 75 cents to 16.00, will be placed on sale at y3 price. Golden Rule. The Virginia Green Houae reporta a pleasing call for Eaaterlilliea and other plants for Eaaterdecorationa. And Mr. Johnson, the genial propri etor, is making every effort to care for his trade in a pleaaing manner. Dr.3.m.Deeimgfp0?c:,^ and crown and bridge work a specialty. Over poatoffice. Phone 194. *8 VMKINMt Capital 50.000 All Lines of Insurance a and Bonds. Safety S Deposit Boxes. W. H. COLE, President G. A. WHITMAN, V. Prea D. W. STEBBINS, Cashier. A A S. M. PARKS, Aaat. Caahier Can In tire your Household Ftrntitiue In one of his|l6 companies and give you first class serviee. Lorn Qolckly Adjtnted PHONE NO. I4K Trailing arbutus will soon be ripe. Mrs. A. H. Kraft ia home from a viait in Chicago. Mra. A. DeNoble ia suffering with a light attack of small-pox. N. A. Holmer, the merchant tailor, was a Duluth visitor Saturday. John Johnson, of Buhl, #aa a business visitor in the city yester day. Fine auite of office rooma for rent in Enterpriae block. Enquire at Enterpriae. Don't miss our great Shoe Sale. 1000 paira of sample ahoea tit half price. Golden Rule. Mr. and Mrs. Parker, of rfibbing, were guests at the Logan-McDou gall wedding on Wedneaday. Mrs. Olive Yates, of Superior, spends two weeks in the city as the guest of her friend, Miss ZoaFiaudt. Phone 105, Virginia Transfer and Dray Line, for dry birch and tam arac. Also prepared to saw cord wood. Dr. Spofford is at the Hotel Fay, Virginia, the 22nd day of every month. Latest scientific methods in examining eyes and fit ting glsases. Mr. and Mrs. H. j. Si gel and little eon Clinton left Wednesday for the Twin Cities and Rochester, where the latter will undergo medical treatment. James Bailie and Leighton Si mons, attendants at the University ot Minnesota, returned home Wed neaday morning for a brief visit with their parents and friends. Tan ahoea for Eaater! Juat re ceived SOOpairby expreaa this morn ing. Shoes and oxforda for men, women and children. We can fit you and pleaae you. Shanedling Bros. H. J. George, F. L. Johnson, J. L. Kimball, A. C. Osborn, C. E. Pigott, Dr. J. H. Crowe, J. A. Myers, W. R. Wasson and E. D. McNeil were among local Masons attending the Maaonic reception at Duluth last evening. The handsome Eaater windowa of Virginia merchants attract the de served attention of the gentler sex, and cannot but meet with popular approval. Virginia merchanta are ever alive to the timea, always up to-date, and are accorded a pleasing patronage from all range points. A very pretty affair waa the show er given by Miss Zora Fiandt last Saturday evening for Mia8 Martha Logan. The rooms were handaome ly decorated for the occaaion and carda were played. The bride-to be received many uaeful pieces of granite, it being a kitchen ahower. Once you try, you'll always buy fine home candies a box for wifey, or is it for the children or a sweet heart? No matter who it ia for or what quality you wish to buy you can get the beat valuea at the Min neaota Candy Kitchen. Take a box home with you. Minneaota Candy Kitchen, two doors west of the post office. Richard M. Moore and wife, of Aahland, Wia., arrived in the city the firat of the week and will make Virginia their future home, Mr. Moore having accepted a poaition with the Duluth, Rainy Lake and Winnipeg. The Miaaea Ida and Florence Walker accompanied them. Mr. Moore waa for aeveral yeara yardmaater for the North western at Aahland. It looks aa though Virginia haa had a very raw deal at Minneapolia. After ita high school debaters had defeated every other conteatant in the preliminariea, the Virginia team won from the North Side High in Minneapolia before a hos tile audience with judgea whose prejupicea, if they had any, would be with Minneapolia. Now some half baked board at the University haa attempted to rob Virginia of ita victory by annulling the deciaion of the jddgea and calling for a repe tition of the debate. Virginia will do well to refuae to be robbed. The final debate waa to have been held between Virginia and Montevideo. Virginia should inaiat on the ar rangement. There ia no doubt abont the ability of Virginia's de baters and under the circumstances they ought to surpass themaelvea and carry off the nndiaputed cham pionahip.—Hibbing Tnbnne. If you are in need of a, veterinary aurgeon call J. D. Kerns, Hammers Sales Stables. Miaa I^fNtn Shenowaky, of thi luth, spends the week aa the gueat of Mra. J. Mesbferg. Frank Erickaon of Duluth and Mra. Hairy Hanaon of Superior are gueate of Mrs. Irving Logan. Philip Sanderson, of Duluth, a brother of Mra. J. Meaberg, ia a gueat at the home of Mr. and Mra. Meaberg thia week. Dominic Lavigne, a former Me saba shovel-runner, will shortly arrive in the city from Panama to apend a portion of hia aix week'a apring vacation. Frank Carlson returned this mornitw from Duluth, where he had befen among range attendanta at the Mpinndy Thuraday banquet and other Maaonic doinga. Your only chance to buy 8hoes and oxfojrda for youraelf, husband, aon and- daughter, at half price. 1000 pain of aample shoes on sale at half price. Golden Rule. Albert Olson, of Duluth, who is interested with Virginia parties in a promising exploration on Sec tion 1, JKM8, was in the city yester day and^made a trip of inspection to the property. Leo Myers, ot Eveleth, works the city this week in the interest of the improved Order of Red Men, with a view to organizing a lodge of that order at thia point. The order haa a flourishing lodge at Eveleth. The Enterprise would call atten tion to the Special Sale advertise ment of t!he W. T. Biss Variety Store in thia issue. Mr. Biss also has an offering worthy the attention of houaekeepers for tomorrow, April 18th. M. Siegel has opened a new busi ness in the Mt. Iron & Virginia Stage Line, making two trips daily, leaving Mt. Iron at 9:00 a. ra. and 1:30 p. m., and leaving Virginia at 11:00 a. m. and 5:00 p. m. The un dertaking should be a profitable one, the travel between the two points being great. Chas. Johnson, wife and family, of Virginia, who have been guests at the home of Fred Johnson for the past week, left Wednesday for home Dave Lemieux and family returned yesterday from Virginia and will visit here with friends. It will be remembered the Lemieux family are former resi dents of this place.—Tower News. "Rusty" McPherson is looking for the man who entered his room a few days ago and swiped his Sun day suit, together with $8.00 which he had securely hidden in his pants pocket. "Rusty" haa ordered a new suit and in the meantime will keep close quarters on the Sabbath day, but woe to the villain who made the touch if ever he iets his eye upon him. E. D. Skeel, city clerk of Eveleth and a former partner in the Eveleth News, died on Monday of consump tion. The deceaaedwasa promin ent lodge member, belonging to the Masons, Odd Fellows and Knighta of Pythias,and his funeral ceremonies from the M. E. Church on Tuesday were largely attended. The remains were taken to his former home at Waunakee, Wia., for interment. Fred C. Brown, for the past three yeara head carpenter at the Vir ginia minesof the Oliver company, haa been compelled to resign owing to illness, and left yesterday morn ing for Neillsville, Wis., near which place he has a brother with whom he will make his home for a time, trusting that out-of-door exercise and rest may unite in making him a well man. Hia many friends in Virginia tru?t to see him return later, fully recovered. Ask any Business Woman who has once used Moore's Non-Leafcable Fountain Pen why ahe prefers it above all others ana in all probability she'll give you a dozen reasons —it has so many merita. "Why," ahe'll begn. "I can drop it into my pocket*" "Leak?" "Never it can't. It's air-tight and ink-tight." "It'a a convenient size— inches long when closed." "It's clean—to handle—never soila the fingera. But I could not begin to recite all ita virtues. There's no pen that can compare with it in any respect." See for yourself We have all the variou8 styles From $2.50 to $45.00 Sodergren's Dnsg Store Clern up! This is yard and alley cleaning time. Don't overlook it. City Clerk Bickford is on the sick list this week, suffering from an attack of tonsolitis. Mrs. OS. H. Jaedecke, of ever-popular Plantation cigar fame, is in the city from Ishpeming this week. Herman always does a good business on the Mesaba, even in quiet times, the standard of his goods creating a demand. Mr. and Mrs. Wix Tredway ar rived last evening to be the gueets for a short time of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Roberts, 410 East Sixth street. They are returning from the honey moon spent in Minneapolis and are on their way to Virginia, where they will reside.—News Tribune. The Itasca County Independent asserts that it does not think the range department of the News Tribune on Monday was fair—one column of news and six columns of beer advertisement. The News Tribune perhaps has a wrong con ception of the section it would rep resent. Invitations have this week been issued for the approaching wed ding of Edward Sterna to Misa Lempi Nurminen, which will be celebrated on Thursday next, April 23. The groom is a former employe of J. G. Maatala, and is a yoUng man with many friends. The young couple will receive the congratula tions of all. Vote $60,000 for New School. While the query as to "What is to become of Sparta" may worry some of the outsiders it does not seeni to bother the citizens of the village, who have just voted a $60,000 bond iaeue for the erection of a fine new school building. Saturday, the heighth of good form and perfectness of fit at very moderate prices. Well gowned women will appreciate our stylish fit, fiisish an workmanship. You will be benefitted by looking over the catalogue we mailed you and see the latest novelties for outdoor sports and ex ercise at prices to suit all buyers. We have also received a large assortment in tan bal slippers^ and oxfords for women, misses and children. Don't fail to see them. We have new specials for next week which are await ing you. Minnesota Dry oods Co. Tlie People's One Price Store MAX LEWIS, Manager. VIRGINIA, MINN. Goosman and Miss Mary Goosman left yesterday for a two weeks' visit with relatives at Iron wood, Mich. Five Hundred pairs of tan shoes and oxfords received this morning by express by Shanedling Bros. For men, women and children. Call and see them. Frank H. Gillmor, F. B. Rossom, E. C. A. Johnson, W. J. Shu lie, J. L. Owens, F. C. Whiting, |. P. Carey and F. J. Rinnert were among Vir ginia visitors to Duluth on Tuea day and Wednesday. SPECIAL SALE Jap and German CUittA Sale SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY $ Opera Rowc Hock Wqjnia, 1908 modes of Tub Sc Lingerp Suits and Waists We have just re ceived a ship ment of waists and wash suits representing the season's favorite models in ladies' and misses' outer garments. It afford* us great pleasure to em phasize the ex traordinary care in which each garment is de signed and pro duced embodying If Your Jewel Box contains only articles from this 8tore you may well be proud of your collection. You can wear any one of them with pride and cofindence. We Sell Reliable Jewelry Only No matter how little you pay us you can be assured of getting the best of ita kind. If you have not quite made up your mind as to what you want the sight of our many novelties will help you decide |Excluaive patterna in Broaches, Scarf Pina, Links, Lockets( Hat Pins, Braceleta, Necklaces, Fobs, Etc. P.SwolaimttBro*. CMiryrlsc IMclr ii? ti 'W 4 .-A •3 Oiritila Haaaiai New Rnad Work. County Commiaaionera Mclnnis, of Eveleth, and Ryan, of Hibbing, were in the city Wedneaday and made a trip over the Pike River road, for the purpose of looking over the ground for a new lateral road from that thoroughfare run ning northward toward Vermilion lake. The range commiBaionera were each given an increaae of $1,500 for road work this' year, giving each commisaioner $17,000 for auch work for the aeaaon. An appropriation pf $8,000 for improvements to the famous Miller trunk road—the orig inal cost of which should have pav ed the road for the entire diatance between Duluth and the rangea, waa also voted. The increaae in road appropriations for the range diatricta waa oppoaed by every Du luth commiaaioner with the excep tion of Commiaaioner Tischer, who voted with the range boya. 25, 1908 S 3 RMm.