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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 February 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 5, 1901 $K(\ MEN" jf^ feA I I V | JL \ JL*^^ % % Pi wgH bi E%9 «t-ft£-''" *% /'» * I I I I I I ' ' I ' '^ Mum 3 ii IE B I Ir^^rr TIII I I I^*l 11^3 -B /bBMBIBBm m^M^^^Jj^^^WM"^lSbßb' ' I WINSTON, HARPER, FISHER & CO., IIS ! -*"*•• gl- ■! B distributers, Hinneapolis, ninn, VIRILITY RESTORED I «m life This Old Docfor Has tha Key *pp The Key of Nature is laid at man's feet, because he •" gnSS/ is divinely-constituted'sovereign. That key is knowl- HfM edge- For over 38 years this old doctor has made the IT r^ ~"^ PI" underlying causes of failing and lost virility in ONCE 1 MIDDLE-AGED AND OLD MEN -A- close, careful and thorough study, and his knowl- edge n«»w enables him to apply that"specific treatment -"§!& which revives the sexual centers —quickens them M\ fcfffo *n*° nevv ''^e—*n men of advanced years,where all W it] P hope of ever regaining their sexual power had Wm^ l°. n% since tied. Then, by establishing a normal jttk >■ Wm circulation of war...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 February 1901

4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, : J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. ;-;.;'>. i' EDITOR. " THE JOURNAL is published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. Blllson, Manager Eastern Adver tising. 38S8BMH NEW YORK OFFICE— 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE— Stock Exchange building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by mall.' One copy, one month .....$0.35 One copy, three months 1.00 One 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 One copy, one month 85 cents Single copy 2 cents CHANGES OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always giv* their loruier as well as present address. CONTINUED All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS Subscriber* will please notify the office in every cane th...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 February 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 5, 1901. Oriental Rugs. Special Clearing Sale of Finest Persian and Turkish Bugs in room sizes. A most select lot in medium and large sizes— also the following well known goods at half regular value: 4 Royal Bokhara Carpets— Prime jffc AA antiques, in richest colors, perfect Jfc I Hill condition, largest sizes, each ..... N^ ■ *V*& 3 Finest Antique Persian Sen- gfl jPJJ 4jffk g% && $100 RoT m 7re AIU: ayS. WOrth SbOO-OU 20 Rich Antique Khivas— ffk VB A tffa £F% /^perfect p.eces, $511.00 20 Iran Halt Rugs— Selected 4K JPj &* £%g% antiques, many rare pieces, HbSS at $30.00 and SM-S.OO 50 Rarest Antique Bokhara Rugs— ln small and med ium sizes, the choicest lot ever fff^ 4 &%£% shown in Minneapolis, T% I jPm per foot SF ■ ■ ■■■ V 8 Large Size Blue Bokhara d^% ■■ g^ &9k0% Rugs— Rare antique %h| " es $30.00 $40.00 VWVIUU 100 lihurdistans, Kazaks, Cabistans, Mosouls, Cash meres and Shervans,values #ffc g%£% AjTfc $i S5 50° each ' at Slo'oo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 February 1901

c CITY NEWS Death of Wilniot Price—W. W. Price of the Oale agency received word yesterday from Cheyene, Wyo., of the death of his only son, Wllmot Price. The young man liau been ill but a short time with typhoid fever. SosHongr Convalescent—Nicholas Sos ■ong, convalescent at the city hospital, is reported as being out of danger. This is the nrst time in Minneapolis surgery thut skin taken from the body of a dead person has re sulted in a successful graft. For Drivers of Fast Steppers—The ancient ordinance requiring that horses shall not be driven over sidewalk crossings faster than a walk will be rigidly enforced in the business districts. Mayor Ames Issued an order to the police force this morning. The order is said to be inspired by the tact tout Chief of Police Ames, on Sunday, saw some unusually dangerous violations of tbe ordi nance. JohuHon Hot-Footing: to Wa»liiniS ton— M. Johnson, ■ the messenger ap pointed by the North Dakota presidential elec tors to carry the vote to Wash...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 February 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, FEBKTJARY 5. 1901. CuiA.l SAiH5 AiH Northern grown, unlabeled OWGeT UOrn (new packed) g. dozen—per can.....:...........:.... £(, Fresh Dairy Buffer 10 20c California Figs laches 6c Kidney Beans ftr^...... 4s Sweet Pofafoes ft p ds. 25t Hit UfL - «l6r Pancake Flour, 9c • UiWneai 2-lb. package ...... 9C Star Mince Meat .:.•.,>,........ 6c Prunes S^"t! v' allforn! a: 4c Lard fS c: 8k Coffee X. and. XA 0: I 5« Coffee Kotntl-A line Mocha and Ai). UOTiee Java flavor, per 1b Lit i Hallaa Hoffman House- fine coffee \ MUIIC 8 will till the bill, no matter how high a price you have been paying. Special Sale Oranges oV" 1™? ally sweet.delicious ttavored°oranges,({rown In the foot hills of the Sierra Madra. There never was finer fruit ottered in An ngi this city; per box.. $OiUU From 160 per dozen up. Everything neat and clean. Food well cooked and served right. liiSORILL DINING AND LUNCH ROOM. 308-310 First Avenue S. THE WEATHER The I'redUtiona. Minnesota — Fair, to-iiight ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 February 1901

8 DOCTOR WYATT £ ' '-■ SUITE:3/4m4 5,V -^ ! ■'i£Br*ws&t 230 Heaaepln Aye, ' . " IHJki—rihiJ "*'" *"■■••'•"••' Mind. Iflfsijivl The Oldest and Most Rella & blo SUITE 3, 4 the North -230 Itoaaepin Ava, Minneapolis, Minn. j Th* Oldest and Most Relia ble Specialist In the North •'■ JglSrafilfia west for the cure of "" OHROmo' MEKVOUS SBSSSSSIia PRIVATE DISEASES. PRIVATE DISEASES, j MEW suffering from evil effeoti of youthful : indiscretion, later excesses, recent expos- : ure, nervous debility, Tarlcocele. unnatural dis- j Charges, lost vitality, falling memory, unflrness to marry, blood. •kin. kidney or private dls- j 'eases are speedily cured. Dr. Wyatt employs the most approved methods, and will attend you ; personally, and complete a perfeot cure, In strict | confidence, at moderate expense. if AiUJS suffering from any form of Female ,'JU Weakness. Painful or Irregular Sickness i are permanently restored to health. No ex- , ponuje. TBfcß. WTATT has had 30 years' exrerl ■*JF ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 February 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 5, 1901. I Established 1882. *( The Plymouth Clothing House. Knox ffiffl ft Qf RUgs! 2r ▼ VA/I IMlfl •89 Hanan HI Hi 1 ®8S sUi S i 1 § I m Shoes* ICorrect Dress from He&d to Foot. Tailor-m^de SUITS 1 ,^ And Costumes _, This is likely to be our-last offering of suits and costumes under price this season. When these are gone, as they will be quickly, at today's prices,we . . shall have only new goods to tell of. -i - '■-■.. 'i;'i «_ .; .'. The low prices are radical, because we wish to hav"e only one telling about them in the papers. Splendid investments for women who love good clothes and appreciate a little price. *. ": • At $15—Dresses of Cheviot, Homespun and Venetian, that JR-fl C have been priced up to $25. ...... JL%J At Tailor-made suits of Pebble Cheviot, Covert Cloth <R"%/Y and Venetian that have been priced up to $36 . ZAt $5 Ladies' Jackets, rough and smooth material have SiC been priced up to $10 and $12 f......:'...... *** J • ? GIRLS' SU...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 February 1901

1& WHEAT LOST AGAIN, MAY CLOSING AT 74 t-2c Market Was Firm at the Start, but Sagged Through Lack of Support. CONTINUED QUIET TONE ABROAD Northwestern Receipt* Were Light er—General Xewi» of a Quiet Session. . Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Feb. a. •-Wheat opened this morning with a trace of firmness, on the - steady foreign markets and lighter receipts In the northwest. Liver pool wheat was unchanged to ><d higher, Paris unchanged to 5 centimes higher, and 5 centimes to 10 centimes higher on flour. Minneapolis and Duluth received 283 cars, against 403 last year. ' Low temperature* con tinue general over the west and southwest, with more snow flurries reported in Nebraska and lowa. Interest in the Argentine crop was revived by a report to the state department from our consul at Buenos Aires. Allowing 30,000,000 bu for home consumption he figures on an exportable surplus of 37,500,000 bu. With the more favorable news or rather in the absence of anything new of bearish for...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 February 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 5, 1901. T)f\ VO// VPflfl ttlf^VH^ IKfi^* Others do and will profit Journal Wants bring buyer and ifpfv^J^ ULI 1 %^CI%J i/ICI//» :^ y^E? seller together quicker than any other kind of advertising SALES FALLING OFF Lumber Trades Are Few in the Du luth District. DEMAND FOR SPRUCE STUMPAGE Next sou's YeHsel Rates Still lv- Mettled—Lotv Point May Be Rracbed. Special to The Journal. Duluth, Minn., Feb. —There were not many sales of lumber last week. Price 3 remain as before .and there have been some I few buyers.here, but trades are few. There ■ is no change in the condition of things in the woods. The log input is very large every day and hauling is at its height now. Spruce stumpage has risen tremendously lately; and. now sells close to town for as high -as $1 per cord. Spruce logs, down to four inches; delivered at any railroad track in the, city, .bring from $3.70 to $4.25 a cord. No one supposed there was a stick of spruce big enough to cut in twenty miles ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 February 1901

12 A Quarter Century of Success ' ———-—v UNPARALLELED IN THE HISTORY OF LIFE INSURANCE. OFFICERS. ______^ ""•™^ INSURANCE IN FORCE, end Of 1900, Over - 604 MILLIONS I Twenty fifth Ann., a i Statement Leslie D. Ward, Edgar B. Ward, ? - w . 1 WCUIJ-111111 AlinUal 313161116111 Forrest ,;:~ h-J^? s**5** INSURANCEWRITTEN&PLACED,duringI9OO,over 249 MILLIONS January 1, ML , * Secretary. Treasurer. v . -V ===============r==r=^^ . TC-f«^e. E^co^ PAID POLICY-HOLDERS, in 25 years, over :- 49 MILLIONS ASSETS- ;' - .■_. WSM ■.;'■;■ ■ i^'. ..■■:'; ' / Bonds and Mortgages $11,377,631.07 Wilbur S. Johnson, F. 0. Blanchard, AOOT""""TO 1 r lAAA -^ ' . . Aim r/itt t t/mvia Cashier. Supervisor Loan Dept. AoOC 10, en( OT ]_ 9(J(J ? OV6F ----- 4U MILLIONS Real Estate .....:................. 6,892,770.35 iob^^BurSge! * J°hU K> G° re> Actuary '^ - „ , ." ■; ' . >> An A r T J T T .TO R.B.BondsandStock(market value) 12,950,092.50 ' Med,cai Director. Edward " " INCOME, dUring 1900, OVer - • - ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL PRICE TWO CENTS. SUZERAINTY OVER CUBA President's Policy for the Island's Future. WANTS EXTRA SESSION But the Teller Resolution Is a Bar to His Plans. CONGRESSMEN FAVOR DELAY People at I'reMent. They Say. Are Sot Prepared for the I'reu ldent'a Policy. From The Journal Bureau, Roam. -US, Post Building, Washington. Washington, Feb. 6.—The extra session situation to-day, in so far as it is bound up in the question of the Cuban Con stitution, may be correctly expressed under three heads as follows: First—President McKinley is in favor of having the United States exercise some sort of suzerainty over Cuba for the good of that island and the United States, whose interests, he thinks, are alike threatened by any proposition which gives Cuba freedom without placing ■wholesale restraints on the debt-making and treaty-making power. In order to secure these restraints the president is inclined to think an extra session neces sary. Second—The strong administration member...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 February 1901

2 court. They seemed anxious to run the gauntlet, and formed a "V rush into the courtroom when the doors were opened shortly before 10 o'clock. Thirteen failed to answer "Here" when Clerk C. M. Dickey read the roll. Mr. Dickey in formed the court that all but six, who had been personally served with sum mons, had responded. The deputies who issued forth last evening could not lo cate seven veniremeji, who were out of the city. , A recess was taken pending the arri val of a jury from Judge Elliott's court room, on which were enrolled some of the men wanted. In the meantime a "staff photographer," armed with a permit, told everyone to look pleasant, and "snapped" an interior view of the courtroom in the altogether. Hit in it ton* Quiet Entraure, It is remarkable how quietly Hamilton gets in. "Now you see him and now you don't." That was the case this morning. Nowhere in the courtroom was he to be seen after the crowd was admitted. Then suddenly he was discovered in his seat. The deput...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 6, 1901. MARKED FOR DEATH Ministers Demand Punishment of Twelve Boxer Leaders. TUAN AND LAN HAY BE BANISHED Death Penalty Must Also Be Pro- i v nounced AgaliiNt Those That Are Dead. i > . . Peking. Feb. 6.—The ministers definitely decided last night to demand the imposi tion of the death penalty upon all twelve Of the Chinese officials named In the list submitted, including those that are dead, on account of the moral effect upon the Chinese. , The sentence upon the living must be in flicted, except in the case of Prince Tuan and Duke Lan, which the emperor may commute to banishment to Turkestan. Kang Vi and Li Heng are dead. ■ The officials whose punishment has been demanded are: PrLnee Chuang, Commander-in-chief of tha Boxers, who bad a large share iv the respon sibility for promises of rewards of 50 taels for the capture of foreigners aud the death of persons protecting them. Prince Tuan, the principal instigator of the trouble* into which tie dragg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 February 1901

? IHE_JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, I J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOK. THE JOCIIAI is published every evening-, except Sunday, at 47-40 Fourth Street South, Journal Building. Minneapolis, Minn. c. J. Billson, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—Sti, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. i subscription terms Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by mail. One copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three months 1-00 One 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 One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents CHANGES OF ADDRESS Subscribers oYdering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. COS.TIXL'ED All papers are continued until an. ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. (OMI'LAIXTS | ' Subscriber* will please notify the oilice in every case that their paper Is no...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 6. 1901. CARNEGIE "IS OUT" Morgan Interests Are in Control of the Steel Industry. COMMUNITY OF CONTROL POLICY Carnes'le Company May Continue to Be Operated as a Separate Company. New York. Feb. 6.—The object of J. Pierpont Morgan and the interests allied with him in treating with Mr. Carnegie for the purchase of control of the Carnegie company was the assurance of peace, and enduring peace, in the vast steel industry of the United States, and this ideal condi tion appears now to be virtually an ac complished fact. Says the Tribune: Mr. Morgan has been an influential fac tor in the Federal Steel company; the National Tube company and the American Bridge company, and recently, it Is under stood,ln the American Steel and Wire com pany also; while the "Moore properties" —the National Steel company, the Ameri can Tiaplate company, the American Steel Hoop company and the American Sheet Steel company—have shown a tendency to work in harmony with the other corpor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 February 1901

c CITY NEWS Dr. Shutter to lecture— Rev. Dr. M. D. Shutter of the Church of the Redeemer will deliver his lecture entitled "Humorous Side of a Minister's Life" at Cumberland, Wia., to-night for the benefit of the library fund. Mn. Uaba Recover* — Mrs. William Dabs, colored, despondent because of a quar rel with her husband, attempted suicide by drinking carbolic acid Monday afternoon. The woman was removed to tne city hospital and this morning was reported out of danger. Compliment to a. Brother Kile—Mem bers of B. P. O. E., No. 44, attended the performance of "What Did Toinkiug Do?" at the Metropolitan Monday evening. The Elks were accompanied by their ladies, and iv appreciation of the compliment, Harry Corson Clarke and the members of the company wore purple and white ribbons—the colors of the order. Prises for Engineer* —The Gillette- Herzog prizes for the best engineering theses in the university college of engineering have received the following additions this year: $76 aud a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 6, 1901. YERXA Here are prices and goods that you cannot afford to pass by unless you wish to do your pocketbook a pos itive injury. Oranges, Very Cheap. Good California Budded Oranges, any ' size, full peek measure f0r........ EOc Per box, only ........$2.00 Per dozen ..*.l2c, 14c, 16c, 18c, 20c 22c, 30c California Navel Oranges, per box $2.25 Same, per doz ...;10c, 12c, 15c, 18c, 20c Fancy California Navel Oranges, very large, very bright and sweet, per : box $2.40 Same, per dozen, (worth 60c) 380 Sierra Madra Oranges Sr'S.Si? ally sweet.deliclous flavored°orangeß,Rrown In the foot hills of the Sierra Madra. There never was finer fruit offered in 6 a Aft this city- per b0x................ 90iUU & rom ISo per dozen up. Flftvlfla Riissett. per box ..... #Q AA rlOnaa Dozen 36o and 36 0 •OiUU Grape Fruit Each ......:. M le-8e Lemons dozenr.'.i..lOo 160 and 20C EggS EElyn ly. f. r. es. h: J lie ,:MSrs» k:.?!l* 48c Cut aa( A aii _ Northern grown, unlabele...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 February 1901

8 Now a Thing of the Past. ■ ■ ' ■■ - ■ ■ ■ ' ■hMHRIHbMHI '* ' ■■.■■■ ■ They don't j|^i||m I They were last and are I never other a constant j fojjP|ifek I than a nec= expense JjP^^lim I essary cv*' They are a crude, barbarous j Jli^^^^^^^ "^llilpH^- U They're a danger to a horse scheme for preventing slips, ffPH C) P'" the Stall" 'hey lame h'm and they DON'T prevent them H *^%V <dßliß[ I°" thC °ad' They ""^ h°°f , . ■ . „ • jF§^lii&P II cracks, gives a stilted, straining,! on ice when dull, or on wet fl 7^j§3sis^§sk 11 HKte«^jHg?aß H unnatural stand on the road, asphalt, and they never keep | ißlff I Ca"Sig C°r " S "'"' C°ntraCted Goodyear-Akron Pads MAKE HEALTHY FEET ■ ■ - ■ ■■/■.-' ■ - And are often known to last 10 weeks in daily use. As long as they are on, the horse CAN'T slip. Made of a new composition ef rubber which wears better than steel, ¥•■' jhW r ''s f Bffijjj mR iff* W'^^m^nV' >' v"^^» V ; They give a horse nature's footing and a firm grip on the pavement al...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBEUAKY 6, 1901. WSMMsI CB£fe Ladies' fine black vici kid a • ifil*/ 1 V.livO lace, light flexible soles or a W$ 9l': 1 heavy soles, with dull matt tops, kid or patent ll»l' " 4 leather tips—s3.oo boots now marked down. 1»| \ tijtO Jk ft Ladies'fine welt sole kid lace, /*3s§ik Yk V»iTrO with the new matt top and l|o3 1 ,1 patent leather tips —our regular §3.50 boots , HEn ; /jji now cut down. H&l Jj^m JlL^a Ladies' splendid velours calf fiPV /^r^ ■ m*W%M lace, light or heavy soles, also f&jr 1 kid lace with kid tips— cut from $2.50. || IT J& «S ©gS Ladies' heavy sole enamel 1 IM^i^Or IbOilP lace,new up-to-date street boot, 8., M^T always bright, needs no polish— cut from $3.00 B *r 6UT PRICES OR MEN'S SHOES, 1! Men's box calf bluchers, leather lined throughout, &ffe M€% 1 ■ extension soles, Goodyear welt, reg. low price $3.50 W«"^W B ' Men's light sole black vici kid lace, either kid or &4 015 i cloth tops— cut from $2.50 .. 9■■ dO § | Men's 3...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 February 1901

10 In Social Circles BANKS OF PALMS The Feature of Decorations at the Penney-Heard Wedding. CEREMONY LATE THIS AFTERNOON Dining Room Decorated in Red and Green—Mr. and Mr». Herbert MumbHll Supply Mnaie. A pretty wedding took place at 5 o'clock this afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Penney on Hennepin avenue, when their daughter. Miss-Alice I. Pentey, and Cecil E. Heard were married. The parlors were attractively decorated in . green and white, and palms banked the bay window and mantel. Cluster* of white carnations relieved the green. The dining-room was in red and green. A silver candelabrum with red tapers was in the center of the table, and the cloth was strewn with carnations and ferns. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Marshall furnished the wedding music. Before the bride's entrance, they played %"rraumerle," the "Lohengrin" inarch was used for a recessional, Lang's "Flower Song" as an accompaniment to the service, and the Mendelssohn march as the bridal couple turned to receive ...

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