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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 May 1901

m Popular Journal Excursion No. 41—"In All the World No Trit Like This." WHY PONT YOU GO A glorious 11 Days' Vaca- 11 DI fa OH II I|| tion Trip of 2,500 miles down HI DIJi IlLy the Great Lakes to Buffalo ':_ uuw m m "w ! est Niagara Falls, on the fin- °n Th** #_T_l_r_f _T^#_l_-_l_f-fi est lake steamships ever built, un M MMBS \\BMSMmM 88888 *9 with special visits at Duiuth, «». mTWL 'M mm -*»__-___¥„?__ am Mackinac Island, Detroit and #*£fff " WMbM G"MCttSMM Cleveland; four days to enjoy ";■__■■■• . m •*-' s__ft' the wonderful Pan-American m ITrO-s-f-T^^J^O-F-P * _, lit __X _-._, « _B_U____f ___eT_-s_, V-fl _-■ -ES f MmM mmM __# Exposition and the sublime ___HB___ Niagara, returning by the same Cheapest, Most Restful, delightful, incomparable scenic r •■•?•:,".' ■/, route. The first and only time . ' Most Invigorating, this most attractive of trips _*•*___*___,* n_w___,f__'_r.__r has ; everbeenoffered-fullof SmOSl.UegignUUf - rest, recreation, sightseeing Trip You'll b& Offered*...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 May 1901

__MM«|nH_*l*Wß~—HP—~~^~-~w_—«aanwH|nmmMH^F^f-si WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 8. 1901. BUTLER'S GOOD LUGK It Is So Good It Causes a Brokerage Firm to Fail. JSRyED MRS. JAMES ROOSEVELT _*__ Butler, Speculating- on the Strength of Overheard Tips, Acquire* "Wealth. Maw York Sum Sooolml Sorvtmm, Poughkeepsle, X. V., May B.—The start ling, speculations of Stephen McCarty, until recently butler for Mrs. James Roosevelt, who went Into the stock mar ket with $87 and won nearly $20,000, re sulted in the collapse of the brokerage firm with - _lch'be did business in this city, o_f_W~-_9BE_ni • McCarty began speculating about a month ago, after hearing a conversation of some guests whom he was serving in tire Roosevelt mansion. He plunged Into the market apparently without method, yet everything he bought went up rapidly, fle traded with May & "Winters, brokers, ] who paid him $2,000 on demand. Last Fri day be wanted to settle and said the firm owed him $17,000, but the members main tained thai th...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 May 1901

Iff Sensational j**** ■ v ' • Tailor-Made /-> •j* O 1 '■ Suits an(* Suit bale : •-••■ cost»mes ' Saturday morning we will offer values of such a character I that we will have reason to expect the largest crowd of buyers we have ever had. H-fffflffl Miss Quintan Is now In the New York market, has sent us about two hundred handsome Tailor-Made Suits— Walking purchased at prices less than actual cost to manufacture— suit made according to our usual standard of quality. We have carefully gone over our entire stock of Suits and we offer ail our high-grade Suits at prices to corre spond with our special purchases. a* . -j --* r'A New Eton Suits, in homespuns, in gray, tan and Al <£ I A \ I I green, trimmed with stitched taffeta bands-these *P?J~S .J\J have been $22.50 suits—only about 20 of these. At __ f r" A A A few tight fitting and Eton Suits in black and *•£ I S fill navy blue > regular $25 suits. If we have your - _P JLjJ ■. \J \J size—wonderful value. At __■-_• r_ 0 A A ni...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 8, 1901. APPETITES Created and Maintained by Vinol. THAT THE FOOD IS DIGEST ? ED IS ASLO EQUALLY NECESSARY. We Recommend Vinol as an Appetite Creator., WE GUARANTEE THAT VINOL WILL AID DIGESTION. "Vinol is the greatest aid to digestion that we have ever known. It is because Vinol acts so beneficially upon the stomach that it accomplishes so much good. , Vinol contains the active curative principles that are found in cod-liver oil, without any oil or grease. These medicinal elements act so favorably upon the stomach, that this organ obtains for itself the elements necessary for creating new flesh, muscle tissue and for making rich red blood. When the stomach acts easily and naturally, a desire is created for good simple food and a good appetite is the sure result. With cod-liver oil as formerly taken the medicinal elements which it con tained were too often unable to counteract the harm that ■was done by the obnoxious grease that enveloped them. . .-'■'. A; Now...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 May 1901

12 <XXI There was once a fisherman who started out with a brand-new seine earn Qs2j_ XX> a living. He was a very industrious man and toiled hard, and for attune was TtSOI r "VI quite successful. But the constant use of the net, and the strain nut upon it, y^> I I ' began to weaken it. A mesh broke here and there• P,^nt^ these breaks C^Ol extended and gave an opportunity of escape for some fine fish Neighbors said WSCi "Why don't you mend your net You are losing fish" But the fisherman said: JOC/I "I haven't the time to mend the net." So in time the holes in the net united >o>Q| Sinto one huge break through which the larger per cent, of the fish escaped, and V/S^/l with all his effort the man grew poorer with every day s toil. , i\), -hi What a foolish fisherman he is a very fair type of a class of "___•_»-__ K^ | Very foolish, indeed. But he is a very fair type of a class of people who start £* out in life with good sound stomachs. Then disease begins to cause weaknes...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 May 1901

fi "'■■ WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY 8. 1901. The IBEAL SPECIAL] i » It Is the most popular hat of the season, and i ,' ls most becoming and dressy for business i ,' and general wear. ..' i A We have hats, thoiiKh, ln all the latest i] ', styles and from the blocks of Dunlap and i I Knox, who are the swell hat manufacturers i, i of this country; all colors; all shades, shapes ', ( i and sizes to choose from at ', THE IDEAL 412 NICOLLET AYE. j iWcfiOut f % for our famous \ 3) Red'BwT^efaiii^ \wMih abs(Mdy([wr-& '^Whon you see ffw\L JMa6oyp todemaikon/m ■W_? box of cigars (^M Uftfoy 00/19 no south _T_-fW-TS OK***a*. 7th STREET. STEAM DYE HOUSE. General Dry Cleaners and Dyers. " -' TELEPHONE 3570-.T_ THE LONG END Democrats Got it in the Election at Spokane. Special to The Journal. Spokane, Wash.. May B.—Dr. Patrick S. "Byrne, democratic candidate for the mayoralty, was elected by 106 plurality. The democrats elected the controller, treasurer and six couneilmen, and the re publicans four ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 May 1901

m WHEAT MADE DECLINE, JULY CLOSING AT 1396 c The Market Showed a Lack of Spec ulative Interest, and Sagged j ; on Selling Pressure. FOREIGN MARKETS WERE FIRM Borne Bearish Feeling-, Coupled frith , Hesitation In Chicago—Gen eral News. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, May 8. --—Wheat held around 74c for July, gaining %c but losing it again, in the early business. The market tone ou the whole was firm, but the •volume of trade light, and, as has been the case for several days, speculative Interest was diverted to some extent into other chan nels. The corn market was without special feature. Cables were higher with a better all- around foreign feeling. The German crop outlook and some further reports of damage to the French crop had the strengthening effect abroad. Liverpool was %6%d higher. Berlin and Budapest were both fractionally higher. Paris advanced 15 centimes. St. Louis stirred up some export business in No. 2 red and better export inquiry was reported from other markets. Ther...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY 8. 1901 WANT ADS ON PAGES 15, 16. 1. AGENTS WANTED • man or --yOMAN WANTED TO-EMPLOY and superintend agents; $18 per week salary and expenses. -Permanent position. Zieg jer Co.. 520 Monon building, Chicago, 111.. WE WANT A FEW FIRST-CLASS, OLD line and industrial insurance men for special work • throughout Minnesota. Apply in per son or write Northwestern Life and Savings Co.. 520 Guaranty- building, . Minneapolis.' --3 AUCTION SALES AUCTION—AT THE RESIDENCE, NO. 1508 -d ay S, to-morrow, at 10 ,a. m. sharp, the elegant and * costly furnishings of this , large residence by order of owner, who is ; going to Europe: a fine lot of nice goods. in- ; -eluding brass beds, massive oak bedroom sun, cost $145: large rugs, Axminster, Brus- j , sels and Royal Wilton carpets, late, silk and | rope draperies; a solid mahogany four-piece j parlor suit, gilt mirrors, handsome solid ma hogany library and center tables, fine Ormulo 'vase lamps, etchings and oil paintings, Ro- I...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 May 1901

18" WANTS-Pagesl?,l6. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ' Continued. BIG SNAP— ACRES RANCH, DICKEY • county; 1,000 acres fenced, 240 acres under cultivation: good buildings.' Write Hagerty tor p_rtioul_r_ Also have other good deals. SJ. F. H-ger., Man-ago. N. D. ■■' - , i6OO-AORB - STOCK RANCH. SOUTH DA kota, four sat* of buildings, good water, grass and hay land: 120 acres, choice land, near Shell Lake, wis- cheap for cash. Address 2729 „h3, " ' _— aU"I»H"M\ I 1'l"I"t-4-H-.-I 1 I M"l**| •J. •*• • y 150.000 acres Minnesota lands, $2.50 •** •}• :to $4.50 per acre. Send for lists in y •}• Cass, Crow Wing, Beltrami, Itasca, •*• y Hubbard, Becker, Todd r and Morri- •}• 4». eon counties. , T * Wholesale trade solicited with good + JL commissions to live agents. Send for _• 4« terms, plau, etc. •{• •J. W. D. WASHBURN, JR., ' •*■ _.*. SOO Quaranty Bldg. y •4-H4-4-H' I I I I I- I **■!' I I I I 1 I"M --WE HAVE GONE TO CONSIDERABLE Ex pense in getting information regarding school land to be sold the 16th ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 May 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAK PBICE TWO CENTS. AUSTRALIAN GRANDEUR First Federal Parliament Is Duly, Opened. UNDER DUCAL AUSPICES He of Cornwall and York Presides and Gives an Address. APPOINTMENTS MOST SUMPTUOUS Striking Decoration* of the Hall of Assembly, Which la Thronged With Happy Coloni»t». * Melbourne, May 9.—The opening of the first federal parliament which took place at noon was a most impressive ceremony. The capacity of the exhibition building, the scene of the ceremony is 12,000 people but the available space was taxed to the utmost. The decorations consisted of regimental standards, trophies of arms and floral fes toons. The doors were opened to ticket-holders at 9 o'clock this morning and by 11 o'clock the auditorium was filled except the royal dais. This was located beneath the great dome. It held a single row of chairs, the largest, in the center, being surmount ed by a small gold imperial crown. The whole was overhung with the royal stand ard. In front of the royal chair...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 May 1901

#■ practically all of which was to be deliv ered at 150. The largest single lot of 18,000 shares 1b by a large international banking house, and there are several lots of trow, seven to twelve thousand. A flininlc Opening. The floor of the exchange at the opening showed the most excited throng of brok ers seen in years and among those present were many members who are rarely seen in the trading pits. The opening was cha otic. The one desire seemed to be to ■ell. sell, anything to anybody who was willing to take stocks and give money for them. When it appeared tha\ the "cor ner" operators were determined to have their pounds of flesh from the people caught in their net, everybody felt that he must free himself from his load of stocks and stand from under, lest worse should happen. They had hoped that before the onpening of business some announcement might be made that the Northern Pacific speculative "short" might escape on agreed terms, but the first sales of that stock dispelled the...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 May 1901

THUESDAY EVENING, MAY 9, 1901. IRON TRADE IS QCIET But the Market Is Characterized by Sustained Strength. THE CURRENT BUYING IS LIGHT Mill* Running to Full Capacity- Keen Interest ia Pis Iron Production. Jleveland, Ohio, May 9.—The Iron Trade Review for this week says: Quietness with sustained strength char acterizes the iron market. There is activ ity that not long back would have been considered noteworthy, but In compari son with the record of March, which in pig iron was unprecedented, the current buying is light. Mills are running to their utmost capacity on nearly all de scriptions of products, though in plates there Is not the accumulation of orders that was noticed in the winter and early spring. Rail business has not been cut off by the advance, but it is now evident that further new business for delivery this year must be taken care of in mills eest of Pittsburg. The course of pig iron production is being watched with interest by the trade. Buyers seem to be proceeding on ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 May 1901

I THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWLFT, ■;. J. & MaLAIN. . MANAGER. EDITOR.. T HE JOURNAL la published *very ' evening, except Sunday, at 17-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building-, Minneapolis, Minn, i C. J. Blllson, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO* OFFICE— && Stock Ex change building. • SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mail. One copy, one month $0.85 One copy, three months 1-00 Odo copy, six months...'...*. 2.00 One copy, one year 4-00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages.. 1.50 Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week .... -. 8 cents On© copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents CHANGES OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give th«lr former as well as present address. COMLMKD ~~ All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS Subscribers will please notify the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 May 1901

THUESDAY EVENING, MAY 9. 1901, . „ The-Plymouth Clothing House. Sixth a.nd: Nlcoliet. Knox I tO *ffeillfffcf■■!Jv^iU^j^^^Bkxpfiiwr■»'|H Hanan Hats. I ■ I <fl| I ffl Iff! I A I Shoeß -. Correct Dress from Head to Foot. 'BejrgaJrv Friday | ~~\" ■"~ " [ [ "I We're at our spring cleaning _Jft> :£^£*:^ "' and want your help. The clothing , jftt ■ j-iI-i- is in our way; bring in a few dol =^p=^B^=== ' " Jars and cany off an armful. '^^gfiSfsL ' lUffi- Spring Overcoats in new and j* 7 ■^ jJ^i^SK desirable shades, broken lots from ■ M :BKVV •\. popular $10 and $12 lines. We Imm ifvO'C /'' /x, seW t*iem at less t*ian *c v2i^ne °* m W\/^ / I the cloth alone. Gi* tZ(\ \ BrTBSv / / ' Bargain Friday price ***\J W w IS I [Sl] \-S>/_y\— _ About 100 suits in broken lines of fancy ~Tl'jßl y laa __jpj L——- worsteds, cheviots and cassimeres, which TEuMr^lj£^M ====£?^-~'l. 3^ have sold for as high as $16. Although the a£3r^~V.l rr^\ •» lines are broken yet there are all sizes, so IMfxS Wr*!^"^...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 May 1901

':*'\ CITY NEWS Mlunetonku Beach Clubhoniie«-The board of governors of Lafayette club an nounce the informal opening of tlie clubhouse at Mlnnetonka Beach by Manager Perry. Sat urday, May 11, 1901. The formal opening will be annoui. ■ later. ' First . :.iou Case—Mrs. Anna C. Hanson, , as shown symptoms of insan ity, was je-urday committed to the city hospital as a detention patient. It Is thought ■be may recover under proper treatment. This i* the first case under the new detention law. Buaineaa Men's flub—A meeting Of the. Business Men's club, which is inado up ©I the prominent colored citizens of the twin cities, will be held next Monday night at the Guaranty Loan restaurant. The meeting will be yrecedei by a banquet, after which au ad dress will be delivered by Dr. M. D. Shutter. An f!8,OOO Half— Harry G. Robbins of the Walton agency has transferred to Sallie F. Moon the southeasterly halt of lot 9, block SB, Hoag &. Bell's addition, for $18,00. This lot was transferred last ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 May 1901

THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 9, 1901. VERXA Our prices help you to economize. Spinach y.h.° m.?rr;........ 9c Lettuce Head .. ......2c Asparagus 8unch........ 5c Spinach grown: 12c Pineapples ek* .... 15c Buffer Mb Dea. mery'. $1.15 Buffer £ alrT 14c 16c 18c Soup SffSi.^ |2Jc Good Rice ia ........ ... 3k Pearl Tapioca £5* 4c Lamp Chimneys Each 4c Scrubbing Brushes JfeS; 9c Broom : 19c Parlor Matches mdi&na 9c Hominy pound. 10c Eggs 828? -.-He 'Peerless Meat Market. Salmon Steak, Ib I"'C Halibut, lb 10c Fresh Cod, lb He Lake Superior Willie, lb lie Lake Superior Trout, lb * 10c Mountain Trout, lb 10c Pike, lb lie Pickerel, ib 8c Bullheads, lb Sc Frog Legs, 3 dozen for 25c Bakery Department. Our pastry and cake baker is from one of Boston's up-to-date pastry and cake shops. We are furnishing better goods than has been supplied in Minneapolis. May's Seeds in bulk will be closed out at half price. $jk For Cleaning Watches. |j For Mainsprings. II JOHN S. ALLEH, Agt. II 110 Guaranty Loan, Bm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 May 1901

m DYSPEPSIA My DYSPEPSIA CURE positively ' cures all forms of indigestion or stom ach trouble. It rejuvenates worn-out stomachs. It builds up stomachs that have been weakened by powerful cath artics and old-fashioned nostrums. Muiran'i Dyspepsia Cur« correct* bloatingol Ike stomach, palpitation of the heart, shortness of breath, and all affection* of the heart caused by in ttigestivn, wind 01 the stomach, btichiog wind or •our food,bad taste, offensive breath, loss of appetite, faintness or weakness of the stomach, improper cir culation, coated tongue, heart-burn or water-brash. His Headache Cure stops headache in 3 minutes. Munyon's Pile Ointment cures all forms of piles. Muayoa's Blood Cur« corrects all blood impurities. Munyon's Liver Cure cmrects headache, bilious* ■ess, jaundice, constipation and all liver diseases. Munyon's Female Remedies are a boon to women. Munyon's Asthma Cure and Herbs areguaranteedw relieve asthma in three minutes and cure in five days. Munyon's Catarrh ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 May 1901

ftHTJEBDSX* EVENING; MAY 9, I9OL 1 Most All the Pains and Aches of Kidney Ills Start With [ ] I ™ere IA RAD RACK »">*efacts\\ /^^M SS^jglliilflh tf'i Alame back is a bad back* l*> mJ /m m-W mJr Im \*J I % D on 't pa y to experiment, 4 ( J^^^wSmm^Lj^h^m^ A weak back is a bad back. Every case of Backache, Diabetes or any Kidney troable is too serions. P I! well ISi Sii VjS|Q£h jMmJm Ai achiß?: back is a bad back* kidney ills can be cured by Delays are dangerous. | jplfl I >m wWjsm Kfit/Sffl L jSl A bad back comes from sick kidieys. Experiment means delay. T 4 1 111 1 WiiSSIIFIPfi TT Sick kidneys canse backache. nfl J &I I fT™ Take a remedy that's endorsed; L J 4%N^ 1 l/ll Iffl W wM B*ckflC"Cis the first step; M I But get good eidorsement. L jfflk 1 //[[' Ij || P>L- v-Hid ' The firSt aChe °f K'dOey HIS# U %jP Jri| Hi A strai*er's word isn>t sufficent. t 4 Msxj?~W. fill / « Rllll 11 /HI Urinary troubles next, ■ Hard to prove testimony from a distance. w 1 f^^^^cM rK i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 May 1901

10 SENSATIONAL *----» JACKET AND ' SUIT SALE. Miss Quinlan has. just returned from a two weeks' pur chasing trip in New York— while there made, some very fortunate purchases of Tailor-made Suits and Jackets —they are the result of immense cash transactions.— While others offer picked-over assortments, and odds and ends, at reduced prices, we are offering the very latest things from the cleverest makers.: You can judge for yourselt Friday morning. y' ; t < . Friday morning we will place on sale this \Z\CXZ f^T Q immense Jacket purchase, added to it our yj Clv^lVV^ LO entire stock of Spring and Summer Jack ets IN FOUR BIG LOTS. i n *i i+.r-7 irf.'ri About 200 Coats—Nobby Etons, Box Coats— Ss / SI I eyery coat newest shape— black, castor,, navy— *P I • J \J all handsomely regular values $15,313.50, 912.50 and $10. Tnf o .-(A AA About 125 Coats—Fancy Etons, Box and 02 111 I II I Raglan Coats, Taffeta Etons, all extra well wD A. \J •\J \J tailored, handsomely lined—regular values • $2...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 May 1901

THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 9, 1901. Millinery For a F n ri day Bargains j Saturday. SPECIAL PRICES ON TRIMMED HATS, -' READY-TO-WEAR HATS,;; : „, : ' FLOWERS AND UNTRIMMED HATS. 400TTrimmerd r to Select from. Prices $3.50, $4.50, $5.98, $7.50, „:. and up to any price you want.; 100 Untrimmed Hats, worth up to $1.00, "Jfi^ now :... jyc lioXs atarga: n 10c, 19c and 39c We have the largest stock to select from and' undersell all other dealers. MR WAf I Ar*P 515 and 517 • C. VV /\LrL,/\VC Nicollet Avenue Stood the test for fifty year* KINGSFORD'S OSWEGO "PURE" STARCH for the Laundry. ST. ANTHONY PARK The Women's Missionary Society meets to day with Mrs. Pressey Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blair visited Mrs. Blair's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Bailey, of Newport, last wet-k. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Congre gational church will meet Tuesday with Mrs. Mason of Nourse street. Mrs. C. H. Cannon returned Thursday from a six weeks' stay in Portland and WocdvTlle, Oregon. Miss Mary Matthews spent Sunda...

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