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Be on hand and share in
the Bargain Feast.
$30.00 s*its J21 50
Ask any Business Woman who
has once used
why she prefers it above all
others atul in all probability
I she'll give yon a dozen reasons
—it has so many merits.
"Why," she'll begn. "I cau
drop it into iny pocket
"Never it can't. It's air-tight
and ink -tight."
"It's a convenient size- llo
inches long- when closed."
"It's clean to hand'e never
A soils the fingers. Rut I could
not begin to recite all its
virtues. There's no pen that
can compare with it in any
4\ respect." See for yourself
We have all the various styles
From $2.50 to $45.00
Toys of all kinds at Hiss' Variety
D. A. McKenzie was a Dnlutli vis
itor the first of the week.
Ladies! A new line of furs in
town, at Kratze's.
M. Steinberg attends to business
interests in Dnlutli.
When yon wanta smoke remember
you can get the finest at Lusk's Bil
O. A. Poirier attended to legal
business and visited with friends at
Duluth the first of the week.
FOR RENT.—Partly furnished dou
ble houseon Chestnut street. Will
rent all or either part. Knquire at
American Exchange Bank.
The Big Hit in New York this
season, "The Devil," can be seen at
the Orpheum next yveek in life mo
lion pictures. Watch for the dates
The Ladies Aid Society of the Nor
wegian United Lutheran Church
will arrange a Bazaar Friday and
Saturday evenings, Dec. 4th and 5th
All are cordially to partake at this
PRICE SUIT SALE
HE season's opportunity to boy
the most stylish up-to-date Suits
at a fraction of their regular cost.
We have no leave-overs from last
season's selling, they are all this
fall's newest models, with the prices
cot clear to the quick.
We urge you to be here early Sat
urday morning, as we ought not to
have a Suit left by Saturday night.
$42.50 and (AO SO
Millinery Cut Price Sale
The great trimmed Hat opportunity. Our JJQ
loss your gain. Any Hat in the the Hoose^P^*1^/
ALEXANDER REID & COMPANY.
Sweater coats. Men and boys.
Picture framing at Hiss' Variety
Fred Roskilly suffers from alight
ittack of diphtheria.
For the tiuest cigars in the city go
to Lusk's Billiard flail-
Ir. and Mrs. August Huboltz, o!
\ok, were in the city Monday.
Girl for general house
work. Apply at Knterpiise otlice.
The Frozos are doing a pleasing
inging ac.t at the Orphemn this
Mr. and Mrs. Kverelt \V. IMerritt
were the guests of I'niliith Iriends
Mrs. Hert Lindsay is an inmate of
the More Hospital at Kveleth, where
she undergoes treatment
The great .New York dramatical
success, "The Devil," will be repro
duced at the Orpheum next week.
LeVine and Alina with a bunch
of comics will be seen at theOrphe
urn the first half of next week.
For Coal and Wood call up Vir
ginia Transfer & Dray Line.
J. W. Ml'KPIIV, Prop. Phone 1."V 'J
Mrs. L. Colien will entertain at
cards at her home at the corner of
Maple and Central, tomorrow after
Once you try. you'll always buy
fine home candies a box for wifev.
or is it for the children or a sweet
heart? No matter who it is for or
what quality you wish to buy yon
can get the best values at the Min
nesota Candy Kitchen. Take a box
home with you. Minnesota Candy
Kitchen, two doois west of the post
Company in the world and
.others equally as efficent are
'PHONE 155. Virginia, Minn.
$35.00 saitsQ} JH
$25.00 suits 50 $20.00 suits gjj 5Q
AT THE I
Commencing Nov. :*)th.
Comedy & Burlesque
LYNNE & BON-
Dr. Larson, special
ist in diagnosing
defects of theeyesand fitting glasses
will make his next professional
visit to Virginia the 20th and Ulst.
Office at Hotel Fay. Artificial eyes
NIE HAZZARD 5
The Musician and
R. A. MCLEAN.
The Three Frozos still please their
audiences at the Orpheum.
An elegant line of fine cigars and
tobaccos at Lusk's Billiard Hall.
The Study Club meets this after
noon with Mrs. Charles M. Dorway
F. B. Rosbom attended to business
matters at the county seat Wednes
A number of ladies enjoy a quilt
ing bee ot the home of Mrs. B. F\
Smith this afternoon.
$50,000 to loan on city real estate.
Monthly payment plan. Apply to
F. E. McGray. ll-13tf
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Anderson, of
Buhl, and Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Fors
berg, of Coleraine, are the guests of
Virginia friends today.
You don't need to be posted buy
ing at Kratze's Everything mark
ed in plain figures and one price to
all. Good goods in every line.
a and bridge work a
Over postoffice. Phone
Miss Adelaide Eaton, a teacher in
the Hibbing schools, came over
yesterday to spend her Thanksgiv
ing vacation with her father, H. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roskilly will
depart on Wednesday, December
19th, for England, where they will
Ispeud the winter months as the
guests of relatives and friends*
All Lines of Insurance
and Bonds. Safety
Good wearing shoes for men,worn
en.and children. 90ld at Kratze's.
Patrick Sullivan was a business
visitor to the Zenith City Tuesday.
J. H. FLEMING, licensed embalm*
er and undertaker. Call phone 244L1
St. Paul's Gnild will meet on Wed
nesday afternoon next with Mrs. W.
H. Katon. Walnut street.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Shane, of Chis
holm, were Thanksgiving guests at
the home of W. H. Katon.
Rev. C. A. Berg, of the Swedish
Baptist Church, was a visitor to
Cook and Leander Wednesday.
$50,000 to loan on city real estate.
Monthly payment plan. Apply to
F. K. McGray. ll-13tf
The students of the Virginia
schools enjoy a brief vacation, ex
tending from Wednesday until Mon
Miss Minnie Cohen, who attends
State Normal at Duluth, came up to
partake of Thanksgiving turkey at
Dr. Spotford's next visit
to Virginia will be on Dec
ember 22, at the Hotel Fay. Glasses
FOR RENT.—Partly furnished don
ble house on Chestnut street. Will
rent all or either part. Enquire at
American Exchange Bank.
FOR RI-NT.— A four room flat for
rent in the Stein &- O'Ronrke build
ing. Apply to
It N. A. HOLMER.
Capt. John Dickinson, of the Com
modore, accompanied by his wife
and younger son, intend departing
for England about the first of Jan
nary for a winter visit with the
Captain's aged mother.
A display of Yakima apples in
the window of the City Drug Store
has attracted considerable attention
during the week. The display was
placed there by W H. Shea. Jr.. who
has the sale of lands in that sec
Gordon Cohen returned the first
of the week from a trip to Winni
peg, where he had been called by
the illness of a brother. On his re
turn trip Mr. Cohen stopped at Fort
Frances, International Falls and
Ranier, gaining a business acquant
ance in those cities.
I Capt. and Mrs. James Trezona will
leave on Monday next for Seattle,
Spokane and Yakima valley, after
which they will go to California for
the winter. The Captain and his
estimable wife will carry with them
to their new western home the best
wishes of a host of Virginia friends
who regret their departure from
Do you want the finest when buy
ing your winter suit or overcoat?
If so yon will not forget N. A. Hol
mer, the merchant tailor, whose
stock of suitings and overcoat pat
terns is replete with the finest the
market affords. His prices are al
ways right, he keeps in touch with
the latest styles, and his work al
ways gives satisfaction.
A. E. Bickfotd
Mr. and Mm, R. R. Bailey were the
guests of Dulath friends over Sun
Miaa Eva Talty, of the Mahonintr,
was the guest of Miss Bertha Smith
at The Fay over Sunday.
C. C. Butler, the contracter, at
tended to business matters io the
Twin Cities the first of the week.
R. B. Freedy, who is now in the
employ of the Rainy Lake, was in
the city for Thanksgiving holiday.
Don't fail to see Sam Cardinal in
musical comedy at the Orpheum
next Monday, Tuesday and Wed
Attorney Frank Hicks, range
representative of the London Casu
alty Company, spent Thanksgiving
day with Duluth friends.
W. H. COLR, President
G. A. WHITMAN, V. Pres
D. W. STRBBINS, Cashier.
S. M. PARKS, Asst. Cashier
for general house
work. Apply to Mrs. Alexander
Reid, South Central avenue, op
posite Green House.
Superintendent D. M. Philbin, of
the Great Northern, was in the city
Saturday, his party coming over
the line on a special.
Robert Lindsay, superintendent
of the lumbering interests of the
Virginia Lumber Co., attends to
business matters in Duluth this
Mrs. Kdward N. Simons left Sun
day last for Black Duck, where she
meets her sister and accompanies
her to a Duluth hospital for treat
Tim Caiser was arrested in this
on Tuesday and taken to Eveleth,
where he was wanted on the charge
of having "swiped"$189 from Marvin
The scream of the season will be
Guy B. Ives in his lady imperson
ations and Salome dance (in a nice
way at the Orpheum the last of
W. W. Woodward and Chas. Mc
Cormick are numbered among the
lucky ones, returning from the bush
to the north the first of the week
with two fine does to their credit.
The M. K. Ladies' Aid will give a
dime social at the home ot Mrs. W.
J. Sincock, at Lincoln, on Wednes
day afternoon next. Mrs. Penglase
will assist. Everybody is cordially
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert King re
turned Saturday evening from their
brief wedding trip to Northern
Michigan points, and are now "At
Home" in their neat new residence
on Hemlock street.
The M. E. Ladies' Aid has decided
to change their advertised chicken
supper on December
17th to a turkey
supper. Your attention will again
be called to this event, and your
presence is earnerstly desired.
The ladies of Lody No.28, Daugh
ters of Norway, entertained at a
delightful basket social at North
Pole Hall on Thanksgiving evening.
A goodly number were in attend
ance and a pleasant time was en
H. J. Nathanson, accompanied by
Sam Bloom of Superior, left the
first of the week for a business trip
to Chicago, for the purpose of pur
chasing the initial stock for the
department store which Mr. Bloom
will shortly open in Hibbing.
Kdward Wenzel, of the office force
of the Virginia Lumber Co., was on
Sunday called to his former home
at Manistee, Mich., by news of the
death of a brother, an electrician,
who was killed Saturday, through
coming in contact with a live wire
in the performance of his duties.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Shanedling were
pleasantly surprised by a large
number of friends at their home
on Cleveland avenue Sunday eve
ning. At the conclusion of a most
enjoyable evening the host and
hostess were presented with a
beautiful library table as a memen
to of the occasion.
Cheif Thayer has this week im
proved the fire department service
by the installation of three new
alarm boxes in the South Side ad
dition. One is located at the corner
of Hickory and Virginia, another
at the corner of Sage and Cleveland,
and the third at the corner of Sage
City Clerk Bickford and others
from this city left the first of the
week for Houghton, Mich., where
they were called as witnesses in
the case of the state vs. George
Hamilton, charged with sending an
internal machine to Sheriff Beck,
of Houghton county, on trial in
circuit court this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Milligan will
leave on Monday next for Galveston,
Texas, being members of a party of
twenty two who leave from Minne
apolis for the southwest on Tues
day. Mr. Milligan has been agent
for lands in the vicinity of Galveston
for the past three months, and has
disposed of approximately 500acres
in the rich fruit growing section.
They will be absent for three weeks.
T. A. Johnson, the genieal repre
sentative of the Wright, Barrett &
Stilwell Co., St. Paul, called on
paper users in the city on Tuesday
and stocked them up for possible
needs for several weeks. Accom
panied by Mrs. Johnson "Tom" will
leave about December loth for an
extended vacation trip to the coast,
looking after property interests in
the Oregon and Washington- cities.
Street Commissioner Christopher
son went to Duluth Monday, being
called as a witness in a suit in
Miss Clara and Agnes Lundmark,
who attend the State Normal at
Duluth, spend their Thanksgiving
vacation at home.
Mrs. C. K. Heim, of Duluth, re
turned to her home Monday after a
week's visit in the city as the guest
of her daughter, Mrs. Irving Logan.
From the numerous inquiries at
tendant upon advertising of second
hand stoves and other articles of
furniture it would seem that a live
second hand store should make
good in this city.
The Roosevelt High School team
defeated the Two Harbors team in a
contest Saturday by a score of 10 to
0. The visitors were entertained at
a pleasant reception at the Auditor
ium in the evening.
Win. Karkeet has this week sold
his home on Cedar street to J. F.
Staver. Mrs. Karkeet will shortly
leave for her former home at Alma,
Mich., where she will spend the
winter in the hope of regaining her
W.T.James, of Kly, dropped in
on the old man of the Enterprise
Monday afternoon for a brief visit.
Mr. James devotes his time and at
tention to the timber business and
it was on matters pertaining to this
line that brought him to the city.
Oscar Runn, of the Mesaba Bott
ling Works, returned Friday last
from a hunting and business trip
to the Crane Lake Portage country.
He bagged a fine moose, which he
had to leave until the swamps freeze
before being able, to get him out.
Mr. Runn says the head is a beauty.
Notice for Publication.
n^HE beauties of shape and tailoring
-•-models just received from the Wonts
just received from the Workshop of Worth the most
likable styles in the city. They possess more novel and taking
tricks of trimming than we could describe.
we offer a
sturdy plain panama blue, brown, gray or black.
Gloves and initts of every kind at
B. O. Wiggeo was a business vis
itor to Duluth on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Coates were
Duluth visitors the first of the week.
E. S. Radcliffe, the Duluth archi
tect, was in the city Monday eve
G. C. Elwood, representing the
Minneapolis Paper Co., called on
Virginia patrons Monday.
Alex Forsman and John K. F.
Carlson left yesterday for a brief
business visit to Minneapolis.
The song "There is Only One Girl
in this World for Me" must have
been written exclusively for Adaui.
O. A. Poirier went down to Minne
apolis Friday, being on deck to help
the Gophers at the Carlisle massacre
Department of the Interior,
Land Office at Duluth, Minn.,
Notice ts hereby given that Edmund Ander
son, of Mountaiu Iron, Minn., who, on May
2SH.h, 1008, made homestead entry No. 19I4:S,
for\V* NE*. SE* N\VV4 and NW1/* SEy4. Sec
tion 26. Township 60 N.. Range 19, W., 4th
P.M., has tiled notice of intention to make
6nal five year proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before the Register and
Receiver of the U. S. Land Office at Duluth,
Minn,, on the latb day of December, 1908.
Claimant names as witnesses:
John Anderson, of Mountain Iron, Minn.
Nets Anderson, of Mountain Irou, Minn.
Isak Sanson, of Mountain Iron, Minn.
Frank Hawkinson.of Mountain Iron, Minn.
J. C. HERMAN KNGEU
Nov 13-Dec. 11 Register.
W. H. Smallwood, Atty.
make the snappy skirt
variety of pretty models one has bias
xxL cloth straps on alternating gores at hips another
has "up-and-down" trimming of taffeta straps at the sides only a
third has two bands of the material in tunic effect all in good taste.
Pretty circular model with straps and but-
.T1.L qpf.tMS tons also a gored flare model ornamented with
cloth straps and taffeta bands in design.
tunic model, sketched. A wide fold
buttons are its distinguishing features
Virginia's Style Center
The Virginia Transfer
and Dray Line.
Heavy & Light jjj
A I N
COAL and WOOD
OFFICE: Enterprise Block
$ J. W. MURPHY
Dr. M. F. Guidinger
Honorary Graduate Ontario
Late 1st Asst. Surgeon
Dr. Kragness' Chicago Hospital
Registered and Licensed in
State of Minnesota
Office with L. Hammel Company
We Raise On High
our voices to proclaim the
merits of our fine new stock of
jewelry. This being the "pres
ent" season, it seems season
able to present our attractions
for your approval.
Gems and Jewelry
are here the most stylish and
in the most excellent work
manship. We are showing
new designs in gold and silver
watches, chains, charms, lock
eis, brooches, bracelets, ear
drops, rings, sleeve buttons,
P. Savoiainen & Bro.
S Enterprise Block, Virginia
JOHN M. MARTIN,
Attorney and Counsellor
Admitted to the Supreme Court of the D. 8.
Supreme Court of District of Columbia
and Supreme Court of Minnesota.
Practices in United States Land Office
J. R. OKERSTROM, builder, stone,
brick cement, wood, etc., etc., work.
123 Hickory St., Virginia. l-l-X®,