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Wesley Moore, a boarder at the Mc- Guire home, rescued his mother and two small children of Mrs. Moore had just time to climb to the roof when the wall of water struck the house. The meet- ing was conducted under the super- vision of the Servo Adult Bible class and Christian Endeavor Society of the church The regular evening services were held after trie open air meeting. — (Special to The Herald.) — The Identity of the man who killed himself on a Soo train near Eckman a few days ago has been established. Sev- eral years ago he was accused of kill- ing another, but was acquitted. The area Is about four miles of the residence and business districts. The vast amount of ring properties, seats and draft wagons will come on the fourth train. He said tliat the Knights of Columbus are loyal sons of the Catho- lic church, its soldiers and defenders. "To this end it is aggressive — militant and to such it bids its chil- dren to be. Christ's are in ita hands, and tlie power of Christ moves its feet — and of all this it gives the proof — it deserves to triumph, and triumph it will — and in its victory all will rejoice who love truth and jus- tice. rights to all, privileges to none; what comes to all as the inalienable herit- age of American citizenship they exact as theirs; what belongs not at all, they scorn to have as their peculiar posses- sion. Are efforts made to endow them with special priv- ileges? Cath- olics should protect, and ever will pro- test. Wurtele would become dean of the dia- cese at that time. He has not as yet decided whether or not he will accept the of- fer from Sioux Falls, but will reach a decision In a few days after visit- ing there and looking over the field. Many times they have selected the cheapest material, and construction which naturally could not be of lon^ endurance. All must Igr Te that the first condition Is by far the more deslra We of the two. Whether he will re-enter politics and seek a vindication at the hands of the Illinois electorate, Mr. Some of his former colleagues in the senate have suggested that he seek a return to the seat in the house ot representatives, which he left when the Illinois legislature, in 1909, sent him to the senate. Lorimer was out automobiling Sunday, recovering the physical strength which was well nigh exhaust- ed by his impassioned speech in the closing hours of his official life. Those who are not inclined to^ brave the crowds on the show grounds may buy their reserved seat.* and admissions there The prices will be the same as at the ticket wagons. Only three of the ten or twelve can- didates who have filed for county of- fice complied with the corrupt prac- tices act and filed expense accounts Saturday. The corrcpt practices act is being generallv disregarded throughout the state, and if technicalities are seized by unsuccessful candidates, the courts will be clogged with contests after the pri- mary election. George Gray and daughters, Elizabeth and Frances, have returned from a month's visit in the East.

UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN, 40 years old, light hair, medium build, ' blue serge dress, black patent leather shoes with white tops, '"C. It Is this hope of being like God and living a pure life that will make the char- acter. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Supe- rior street, will leave today for a month's \'acat! He will take a prom- inent part in the annual Bible confer- ence to be held at Storm Lake. During the conference, which will last a week, Bible clas-ses are held every day under the direction of several of the ministers. They will return to Duluth the middle of next month. In that it is central and tributary to^he entire West end. Moe and Charles Mork, will recommend this corner at the joint meeting of the committees of the vari- ous commercial bodies of Duluth to be held next week. A program of games will be featured and refreshments will be served during the day. The Northern Pacific railroad today inaugurated its new system of paying its employes on the fifteenth of every month. Mayor Arnold was early on the pcene, with most cf the fire and police departments and thou.sands of volun- teering cltlaens. Dazed families, huddled in yards or marooned on roofs, mingled appeals with thrt voices of their re.sciier.5. Great Britain by 8, while the Canadians had 4, Rus.sja, 4; Prance. TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT HERALD OFFICE Get vours In advance as the number to be sold will be limited to insure the comfort and pleasure of all who go. "I owe It to my constitution not to go overdoing things. "You wake up in the middle of the night and hear a noise." explained the mate. The robbers, frightened at you coming down, bolts off.

All the dead except Brownson were taken from tl:e rear coach of the Den- ver train. 8 plowed through this car, halving it and crush- ing t'nc helpless passengers, many of whom were still in their berths. Half way through this car it veered to the left, derailing the sleep- er. The crops of Western Canada are in excellent condition according to the statement of S. Mc Leod, a farmer of Western Canada, located near St. On his farm he has 200 acres of newly broken land, all of which was sown In flax. S PASTOR "If the Christians would live u life of personal purity and shun the very appearance of evil, there would be no difficulty with the dance, the card table or the theater," said Rev J. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Superior street, in his sermon on "Personal Purity'" at the regular morning services yester- day. Simonson of 2102 West Superior street, returned yesterday from a week's visit on the range. lurch held an excur- sion to Two Harbors yesterdi^'y. The committee of the West End Com- mercial club appointed last Friday to find a suitable location for a public market in the West end, has already found the place and will recommend it to the members of the club at the meet- ing next Friday. In the evening the subject was "Grace." Sunday School Picnic. They were dispatched to the edge of the flood in police automobiles. They ran bare-headed Several of the English wore wide brimmed canvas hats. final: United States, first; Franee, second; Eu Klaud. One of the most restful and Invigorating trips that could be conceived. But every night she'd told me how much she's saved during the day, and there must be close on 30 shillings in that box now. Like a fool I give the Missus the 'ousekeeplng-money for my spell ashore all in a lump." "Ask her to give you some back, advised the mate.

UNIDENTIFIED GIRL, 9 years old, light hair, gold band ring, blue and white silk dress. Mc Leod was formerly purchasing agent for the Duluth, Missabe & Northern road. He said there was plenty of moisture in the ground to last for the next thirty days in both the Ameri- can Northwest and the Canadian West. esv efiis HERALD BRATVCHi Herman OUos, Mt Lumger, 1823 Wemi S^perfor Street* SHUN EVEN APPEARi^CE OF EVIL, SA\? HUNDREDS HOMELESS, DEAD RE- PORTED IN DENVER SITE CHOSEN FOR PUBLIC MARKET Corner of Twenty-first Aven- ue West and Superior Street Selected. Twenty-second avenue west and Third street, preached on "The Meek and the Lowly One"' at the regular morning services yester- day. In tlie city tramways were put out of commission, ^Vhlle a sewer undermined, broke and flooded Capitol Hill, the aristocratic section of the city. A general call to physicians was Issued and many responded. The South Africans were conspicuous In green silks. -.* secoudis); England, third (10 minutes, 2H 3-5 seconds.) 1,600 meters relay race, for teams of four men, each man runulug 400 uieters. Cross country race, about 800 meters (nearly 5 miles): H. A beautiful 60-mlle ride en good old Lake Superior and return by moonlight. * "Then, maybe, she'd "Well, the first day I was home we each dropped in a 2-shll Iing piece, just to give the money-box a good start. per or two, because I knew she wouldn't open the box till I'd gone off to sea again. "Well, I spent my last slxpense this afternoon, and there's another ten days to go, yet.

July 15.-(Speclal to The Herald.)— The funeral of Wilbur Hnimpq the 15-yoar-old son of Mr. D., July 15.— (Special to The Herald.) — John Ahlrln. Land has not reached but a small fraction of its value. —Here is decidedly the most opportune time for fitting out the home with attractive new carpets or rugs. — Superbus wilton rugs, seamless, pretty two-tone effects; regular values, sale price, . —Body Brussels rugs, pleasing patterns; regular .50 values, sale price, -.75. — Good patterns in Axminster rugs, regular .50 values, sale price, .75. / ; \ Clearance of Oriental Rugs — The entire stock has new prices cal- culated to expedite clearance. — 36x72 rag rugs, regular

UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN, 40 years old, light hair, medium build, ' blue serge dress, black patent leather shoes with white tops, '"C. It Is this hope of being like God and living a pure life that will make the char- acter. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Supe- rior street, will leave today for a month's \'acat! He will take a prom- inent part in the annual Bible confer- ence to be held at Storm Lake. During the conference, which will last a week, Bible clas-ses are held every day under the direction of several of the ministers. They will return to Duluth the middle of next month. In that it is central and tributary to^he entire West end. Moe and Charles Mork, will recommend this corner at the joint meeting of the committees of the vari- ous commercial bodies of Duluth to be held next week. A program of games will be featured and refreshments will be served during the day. The Northern Pacific railroad today inaugurated its new system of paying its employes on the fifteenth of every month. Mayor Arnold was early on the pcene, with most cf the fire and police departments and thou.sands of volun- teering cltlaens. Dazed families, huddled in yards or marooned on roofs, mingled appeals with thrt voices of their re.sciier.5. Great Britain by 8, while the Canadians had 4, Rus.sja, 4; Prance. TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT HERALD OFFICE Get vours In advance as the number to be sold will be limited to insure the comfort and pleasure of all who go. "I owe It to my constitution not to go overdoing things. "You wake up in the middle of the night and hear a noise." explained the mate. The robbers, frightened at you coming down, bolts off.

All the dead except Brownson were taken from tl:e rear coach of the Den- ver train. 8 plowed through this car, halving it and crush- ing t'nc helpless passengers, many of whom were still in their berths. Half way through this car it veered to the left, derailing the sleep- er. The crops of Western Canada are in excellent condition according to the statement of S. Mc Leod, a farmer of Western Canada, located near St. On his farm he has 200 acres of newly broken land, all of which was sown In flax. S PASTOR "If the Christians would live u life of personal purity and shun the very appearance of evil, there would be no difficulty with the dance, the card table or the theater," said Rev J. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Superior street, in his sermon on "Personal Purity'" at the regular morning services yester- day. Simonson of 2102 West Superior street, returned yesterday from a week's visit on the range. lurch held an excur- sion to Two Harbors yesterdi^'y. The committee of the West End Com- mercial club appointed last Friday to find a suitable location for a public market in the West end, has already found the place and will recommend it to the members of the club at the meet- ing next Friday. In the evening the subject was "Grace." Sunday School Picnic. They were dispatched to the edge of the flood in police automobiles. They ran bare-headed Several of the English wore wide brimmed canvas hats. final: United States, first; Franee, second; Eu Klaud. One of the most restful and Invigorating trips that could be conceived. But every night she'd told me how much she's saved during the day, and there must be close on 30 shillings in that box now. Like a fool I give the Missus the 'ousekeeplng-money for my spell ashore all in a lump." "Ask her to give you some back, advised the mate.

UNIDENTIFIED GIRL, 9 years old, light hair, gold band ring, blue and white silk dress. Mc Leod was formerly purchasing agent for the Duluth, Missabe & Northern road. He said there was plenty of moisture in the ground to last for the next thirty days in both the Ameri- can Northwest and the Canadian West. esv efiis HERALD BRATVCHi Herman OUos, Mt Lumger, 1823 Wemi S^perfor Street* SHUN EVEN APPEARi^CE OF EVIL, SA\? HUNDREDS HOMELESS, DEAD RE- PORTED IN DENVER SITE CHOSEN FOR PUBLIC MARKET Corner of Twenty-first Aven- ue West and Superior Street Selected. Twenty-second avenue west and Third street, preached on "The Meek and the Lowly One"' at the regular morning services yester- day. In tlie city tramways were put out of commission, ^Vhlle a sewer undermined, broke and flooded Capitol Hill, the aristocratic section of the city. A general call to physicians was Issued and many responded. The South Africans were conspicuous In green silks. -.* secoudis); England, third (10 minutes, 2H 3-5 seconds.) 1,600 meters relay race, for teams of four men, each man runulug 400 uieters. Cross country race, about 800 meters (nearly 5 miles): H. A beautiful 60-mlle ride en good old Lake Superior and return by moonlight. * "Then, maybe, she'd "Well, the first day I was home we each dropped in a 2-shll Iing piece, just to give the money-box a good start. per or two, because I knew she wouldn't open the box till I'd gone off to sea again. "Well, I spent my last slxpense this afternoon, and there's another ten days to go, yet.

July 15.-(Speclal to The Herald.)— The funeral of Wilbur Hnimpq the 15-yoar-old son of Mr. D., July 15.— (Special to The Herald.) — John Ahlrln. Land has not reached but a small fraction of its value. —Here is decidedly the most opportune time for fitting out the home with attractive new carpets or rugs. — Superbus wilton rugs, seamless, pretty two-tone effects; regular $55 values, sale price, $45. —Body Brussels rugs, pleasing patterns; regular $29.50 values, sale price, -$19.75. — Good patterns in Axminster rugs, regular $27.50 values, sale price, $19.75. / ; \ Clearance of Oriental Rugs — The entire stock has new prices cal- culated to expedite clearance. — 36x72 rag rugs, regular $1.75 values, sale price, $1.39. It is said that Lorimer's longest com- ment on the outcome of the fight was made when his colleague, Shelby M. — Congressional district conventions to choose delegates to^ represent the state at the Chicago convention of the new third party probably will be held July 26. Secondly, you can banish the tin can from your kitchens with all its dan- gers and Inconveniences, and cut your grocer's bill down to the minimum. All Stock-No Style 5c cigar is all stock, no style. William Yak walked off a dock at Marine City and was drowned, and Edward O'Leary, while attempting to make a landing with his motorboat near the same place, fell Into the river and was drowned. cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula, Ma- laria, Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison and all other diseases dependent on impure blog»d. For the present, no money is avail- able for -the enforcement of the act, but the attorney general will have JIO. Some steps may be taken to bring everybody into cornnliance then. « * • Miss Florence Whipple of Hunter's Park and Miss Eunice Whipple of East Third street are guests of Mrs.

Fruit and vegetable growers are making |500 to 11,000 per acre. Fine quality room-size and smaller rugs of desirable new colorings, carpets, linoleums and other floor coverings are offered at reductions averaging from a fourth to a third below the regular cost. Oriental and floral de- signs ; regular $25 values, sale price, $17.75. — Best quality tapestry brussels, 10 v/ire, Oriental and scroll effects; regular $16.75 value, sale price, $12.50. — Reversible Smyrna rugs, all wool, very durable, choice patterns; $23.75 values, sale price, $15. — Arabian art squares, reversible, twortone effects; regular $10 values, sale price, $6.75. — Wool art squares, reversible, pretty and durable; regular $6.50 values, sale price, $4.75. — Mission rugs, all wool, solid colors, with artistic border designs; regular $21.50 values, sale price, $14.75. — 7-6x9 size of above, regular $8.50 values, sale price, $6.25. — Extra super quality wool ingrain carpets, values to 85c, sale price, yard, 49c. — 30x60 rag rugs, regular $1.25 values, sale price, 98c. size, fringed ends, reversible styles; regular $1.25 values, sale price, 89c. — Japanese matting rugs, size 30x60; reg- ular 40c values, sale price, 23c. — Imported and domestic inlaid linoleums, lengths to 50 feet, 6 feet wide; values to $1.75 per square yard, 89c. Since lie walked out of the senate chamber he has barely mentioned his case, but has plunged into personal affairs. In the first place, they will be fresh and ten- der; they will be absolutely free from preservatives, and these green vege- tables will aid in maintaining the health of the family at a season of the year when you are usually deprived of such articles of food. A., 515 Met- ropolitan building, Minneapolis, Minn. John Bailey and Michael Schlgeau, neither of whom could swim, waded beyond their depth and were drowned before nelp could reach them. Arthur Mann was seized with cramps while bathing and went to the bottom. No paper coming to the exchange table of The Herald has attempted to comply with that provi- sion of the act, although many of them are running political advertisements.

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UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN, 40 years old, light hair, medium build, ' blue serge dress, black patent leather shoes with white tops, '"C. It Is this hope of being like God and living a pure life that will make the char- acter. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Supe- rior street, will leave today for a month's \'acat! He will take a prom- inent part in the annual Bible confer- ence to be held at Storm Lake. During the conference, which will last a week, Bible clas-ses are held every day under the direction of several of the ministers. They will return to Duluth the middle of next month. In that it is central and tributary to^he entire West end. Moe and Charles Mork, will recommend this corner at the joint meeting of the committees of the vari- ous commercial bodies of Duluth to be held next week. A program of games will be featured and refreshments will be served during the day. The Northern Pacific railroad today inaugurated its new system of paying its employes on the fifteenth of every month. Mayor Arnold was early on the pcene, with most cf the fire and police departments and thou.sands of volun- teering cltlaens. Dazed families, huddled in yards or marooned on roofs, mingled appeals with thrt voices of their re.sciier.5. Great Britain by 8, while the Canadians had 4, Rus.sja, 4; Prance. TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT HERALD OFFICE Get vours In advance as the number to be sold will be limited to insure the comfort and pleasure of all who go. "I owe It to my constitution not to go overdoing things. "You wake up in the middle of the night and hear a noise." explained the mate. The robbers, frightened at you coming down, bolts off. All the dead except Brownson were taken from tl:e rear coach of the Den- ver train. 8 plowed through this car, halving it and crush- ing t'nc helpless passengers, many of whom were still in their berths. Half way through this car it veered to the left, derailing the sleep- er. The crops of Western Canada are in excellent condition according to the statement of S. Mc Leod, a farmer of Western Canada, located near St. On his farm he has 200 acres of newly broken land, all of which was sown In flax. S PASTOR "If the Christians would live u life of personal purity and shun the very appearance of evil, there would be no difficulty with the dance, the card table or the theater," said Rev J. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Superior street, in his sermon on "Personal Purity'" at the regular morning services yester- day. Simonson of 2102 West Superior street, returned yesterday from a week's visit on the range. lurch held an excur- sion to Two Harbors yesterdi^'y. The committee of the West End Com- mercial club appointed last Friday to find a suitable location for a public market in the West end, has already found the place and will recommend it to the members of the club at the meet- ing next Friday. In the evening the subject was "Grace." Sunday School Picnic. They were dispatched to the edge of the flood in police automobiles. They ran bare-headed Several of the English wore wide brimmed canvas hats. final: United States, first; Franee, second; Eu Klaud. One of the most restful and Invigorating trips that could be conceived. But every night she'd told me how much she's saved during the day, and there must be close on 30 shillings in that box now. Like a fool I give the Missus the 'ousekeeplng-money for my spell ashore all in a lump." "Ask her to give you some back, advised the mate. UNIDENTIFIED GIRL, 9 years old, light hair, gold band ring, blue and white silk dress. Mc Leod was formerly purchasing agent for the Duluth, Missabe & Northern road. He said there was plenty of moisture in the ground to last for the next thirty days in both the Ameri- can Northwest and the Canadian West. esv efiis HERALD BRATVCHi Herman OUos, Mt Lumger, 1823 Wemi S^perfor Street* SHUN EVEN APPEARi^CE OF EVIL, SA\? HUNDREDS HOMELESS, DEAD RE- PORTED IN DENVER SITE CHOSEN FOR PUBLIC MARKET Corner of Twenty-first Aven- ue West and Superior Street Selected. Twenty-second avenue west and Third street, preached on "The Meek and the Lowly One"' at the regular morning services yester- day. In tlie city tramways were put out of commission, ^Vhlle a sewer undermined, broke and flooded Capitol Hill, the aristocratic section of the city. A general call to physicians was Issued and many responded. The South Africans were conspicuous In green silks. -.* secoudis); England, third (10 minutes, 2H 3-5 seconds.) 1,600 meters relay race, for teams of four men, each man runulug 400 uieters. Cross country race, about 800 meters (nearly 5 miles): H. A beautiful 60-mlle ride en good old Lake Superior and return by moonlight. * "Then, maybe, she'd "Well, the first day I was home we each dropped in a 2-shll Iing piece, just to give the money-box a good start. per or two, because I knew she wouldn't open the box till I'd gone off to sea again. "Well, I spent my last slxpense this afternoon, and there's another ten days to go, yet. July 15.-(Speclal to The Herald.)— The funeral of Wilbur Hnimpq the 15-yoar-old son of Mr. D., July 15.— (Special to The Herald.) — John Ahlrln. Land has not reached but a small fraction of its value. —Here is decidedly the most opportune time for fitting out the home with attractive new carpets or rugs. — Superbus wilton rugs, seamless, pretty two-tone effects; regular $55 values, sale price, $45. —Body Brussels rugs, pleasing patterns; regular $29.50 values, sale price, -$19.75. — Good patterns in Axminster rugs, regular $27.50 values, sale price, $19.75. / ; \ Clearance of Oriental Rugs — The entire stock has new prices cal- culated to expedite clearance. — 36x72 rag rugs, regular $1.75 values, sale price, $1.39. It is said that Lorimer's longest com- ment on the outcome of the fight was made when his colleague, Shelby M. — Congressional district conventions to choose delegates to^ represent the state at the Chicago convention of the new third party probably will be held July 26. Secondly, you can banish the tin can from your kitchens with all its dan- gers and Inconveniences, and cut your grocer's bill down to the minimum. All Stock-No Style 5c cigar is all stock, no style. William Yak walked off a dock at Marine City and was drowned, and Edward O'Leary, while attempting to make a landing with his motorboat near the same place, fell Into the river and was drowned. cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula, Ma- laria, Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison and all other diseases dependent on impure blog»d. For the present, no money is avail- able for -the enforcement of the act, but the attorney general will have JIO. Some steps may be taken to bring everybody into cornnliance then. « * • Miss Florence Whipple of Hunter's Park and Miss Eunice Whipple of East Third street are guests of Mrs. Fruit and vegetable growers are making |500 to 11,000 per acre. Fine quality room-size and smaller rugs of desirable new colorings, carpets, linoleums and other floor coverings are offered at reductions averaging from a fourth to a third below the regular cost. Oriental and floral de- signs ; regular $25 values, sale price, $17.75. — Best quality tapestry brussels, 10 v/ire, Oriental and scroll effects; regular $16.75 value, sale price, $12.50. — Reversible Smyrna rugs, all wool, very durable, choice patterns; $23.75 values, sale price, $15. — Arabian art squares, reversible, twortone effects; regular $10 values, sale price, $6.75. — Wool art squares, reversible, pretty and durable; regular $6.50 values, sale price, $4.75. — Mission rugs, all wool, solid colors, with artistic border designs; regular $21.50 values, sale price, $14.75. — 7-6x9 size of above, regular $8.50 values, sale price, $6.25. — Extra super quality wool ingrain carpets, values to 85c, sale price, yard, 49c. — 30x60 rag rugs, regular $1.25 values, sale price, 98c. size, fringed ends, reversible styles; regular $1.25 values, sale price, 89c. — Japanese matting rugs, size 30x60; reg- ular 40c values, sale price, 23c. — Imported and domestic inlaid linoleums, lengths to 50 feet, 6 feet wide; values to $1.75 per square yard, 89c. Since lie walked out of the senate chamber he has barely mentioned his case, but has plunged into personal affairs. In the first place, they will be fresh and ten- der; they will be absolutely free from preservatives, and these green vege- tables will aid in maintaining the health of the family at a season of the year when you are usually deprived of such articles of food. A., 515 Met- ropolitan building, Minneapolis, Minn. John Bailey and Michael Schlgeau, neither of whom could swim, waded beyond their depth and were drowned before nelp could reach them. Arthur Mann was seized with cramps while bathing and went to the bottom. No paper coming to the exchange table of The Herald has attempted to comply with that provi- sion of the act, although many of them are running political advertisements.

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UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN, 40 years old, light hair, medium build, ' blue serge dress, black patent leather shoes with white tops, '"C. It Is this hope of being like God and living a pure life that will make the char- acter. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Supe- rior street, will leave today for a month's \'acat! He will take a prom- inent part in the annual Bible confer- ence to be held at Storm Lake. During the conference, which will last a week, Bible clas-ses are held every day under the direction of several of the ministers. They will return to Duluth the middle of next month. In that it is central and tributary to^he entire West end. Moe and Charles Mork, will recommend this corner at the joint meeting of the committees of the vari- ous commercial bodies of Duluth to be held next week. A program of games will be featured and refreshments will be served during the day. The Northern Pacific railroad today inaugurated its new system of paying its employes on the fifteenth of every month. Mayor Arnold was early on the pcene, with most cf the fire and police departments and thou.sands of volun- teering cltlaens. Dazed families, huddled in yards or marooned on roofs, mingled appeals with thrt voices of their re.sciier.5. Great Britain by 8, while the Canadians had 4, Rus.sja, 4; Prance. TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT HERALD OFFICE Get vours In advance as the number to be sold will be limited to insure the comfort and pleasure of all who go. "I owe It to my constitution not to go overdoing things. "You wake up in the middle of the night and hear a noise." explained the mate. The robbers, frightened at you coming down, bolts off.

All the dead except Brownson were taken from tl:e rear coach of the Den- ver train. 8 plowed through this car, halving it and crush- ing t'nc helpless passengers, many of whom were still in their berths. Half way through this car it veered to the left, derailing the sleep- er. The crops of Western Canada are in excellent condition according to the statement of S. Mc Leod, a farmer of Western Canada, located near St. On his farm he has 200 acres of newly broken land, all of which was sown In flax. S PASTOR "If the Christians would live u life of personal purity and shun the very appearance of evil, there would be no difficulty with the dance, the card table or the theater," said Rev J. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Superior street, in his sermon on "Personal Purity'" at the regular morning services yester- day. Simonson of 2102 West Superior street, returned yesterday from a week's visit on the range. lurch held an excur- sion to Two Harbors yesterdi^'y. The committee of the West End Com- mercial club appointed last Friday to find a suitable location for a public market in the West end, has already found the place and will recommend it to the members of the club at the meet- ing next Friday. In the evening the subject was "Grace." Sunday School Picnic. They were dispatched to the edge of the flood in police automobiles. They ran bare-headed Several of the English wore wide brimmed canvas hats. final: United States, first; Franee, second; Eu Klaud. One of the most restful and Invigorating trips that could be conceived. But every night she'd told me how much she's saved during the day, and there must be close on 30 shillings in that box now. Like a fool I give the Missus the 'ousekeeplng-money for my spell ashore all in a lump." "Ask her to give you some back, advised the mate.

UNIDENTIFIED GIRL, 9 years old, light hair, gold band ring, blue and white silk dress. Mc Leod was formerly purchasing agent for the Duluth, Missabe & Northern road. He said there was plenty of moisture in the ground to last for the next thirty days in both the Ameri- can Northwest and the Canadian West. esv efiis HERALD BRATVCHi Herman OUos, Mt Lumger, 1823 Wemi S^perfor Street* SHUN EVEN APPEARi^CE OF EVIL, SA\? HUNDREDS HOMELESS, DEAD RE- PORTED IN DENVER SITE CHOSEN FOR PUBLIC MARKET Corner of Twenty-first Aven- ue West and Superior Street Selected. Twenty-second avenue west and Third street, preached on "The Meek and the Lowly One"' at the regular morning services yester- day. In tlie city tramways were put out of commission, ^Vhlle a sewer undermined, broke and flooded Capitol Hill, the aristocratic section of the city. A general call to physicians was Issued and many responded. The South Africans were conspicuous In green silks. -.* secoudis); England, third (10 minutes, 2H 3-5 seconds.) 1,600 meters relay race, for teams of four men, each man runulug 400 uieters. Cross country race, about 800 meters (nearly 5 miles): H. A beautiful 60-mlle ride en good old Lake Superior and return by moonlight. * "Then, maybe, she'd "Well, the first day I was home we each dropped in a 2-shll Iing piece, just to give the money-box a good start. per or two, because I knew she wouldn't open the box till I'd gone off to sea again. "Well, I spent my last slxpense this afternoon, and there's another ten days to go, yet.

July 15.-(Speclal to The Herald.)— The funeral of Wilbur Hnimpq the 15-yoar-old son of Mr. D., July 15.— (Special to The Herald.) — John Ahlrln. Land has not reached but a small fraction of its value. —Here is decidedly the most opportune time for fitting out the home with attractive new carpets or rugs. — Superbus wilton rugs, seamless, pretty two-tone effects; regular $55 values, sale price, $45. —Body Brussels rugs, pleasing patterns; regular $29.50 values, sale price, -$19.75. — Good patterns in Axminster rugs, regular $27.50 values, sale price, $19.75. / ; \ Clearance of Oriental Rugs — The entire stock has new prices cal- culated to expedite clearance. — 36x72 rag rugs, regular $1.75 values, sale price, $1.39. It is said that Lorimer's longest com- ment on the outcome of the fight was made when his colleague, Shelby M. — Congressional district conventions to choose delegates to^ represent the state at the Chicago convention of the new third party probably will be held July 26. Secondly, you can banish the tin can from your kitchens with all its dan- gers and Inconveniences, and cut your grocer's bill down to the minimum. All Stock-No Style 5c cigar is all stock, no style. William Yak walked off a dock at Marine City and was drowned, and Edward O'Leary, while attempting to make a landing with his motorboat near the same place, fell Into the river and was drowned. cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula, Ma- laria, Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison and all other diseases dependent on impure blog»d. For the present, no money is avail- able for -the enforcement of the act, but the attorney general will have JIO. Some steps may be taken to bring everybody into cornnliance then. « * • Miss Florence Whipple of Hunter's Park and Miss Eunice Whipple of East Third street are guests of Mrs.

Fruit and vegetable growers are making |500 to 11,000 per acre. Fine quality room-size and smaller rugs of desirable new colorings, carpets, linoleums and other floor coverings are offered at reductions averaging from a fourth to a third below the regular cost. Oriental and floral de- signs ; regular $25 values, sale price, $17.75. — Best quality tapestry brussels, 10 v/ire, Oriental and scroll effects; regular $16.75 value, sale price, $12.50. — Reversible Smyrna rugs, all wool, very durable, choice patterns; $23.75 values, sale price, $15. — Arabian art squares, reversible, twortone effects; regular $10 values, sale price, $6.75. — Wool art squares, reversible, pretty and durable; regular $6.50 values, sale price, $4.75. — Mission rugs, all wool, solid colors, with artistic border designs; regular $21.50 values, sale price, $14.75. — 7-6x9 size of above, regular $8.50 values, sale price, $6.25. — Extra super quality wool ingrain carpets, values to 85c, sale price, yard, 49c. — 30x60 rag rugs, regular $1.25 values, sale price, 98c. size, fringed ends, reversible styles; regular $1.25 values, sale price, 89c. — Japanese matting rugs, size 30x60; reg- ular 40c values, sale price, 23c. — Imported and domestic inlaid linoleums, lengths to 50 feet, 6 feet wide; values to $1.75 per square yard, 89c. Since lie walked out of the senate chamber he has barely mentioned his case, but has plunged into personal affairs. In the first place, they will be fresh and ten- der; they will be absolutely free from preservatives, and these green vege- tables will aid in maintaining the health of the family at a season of the year when you are usually deprived of such articles of food. A., 515 Met- ropolitan building, Minneapolis, Minn. John Bailey and Michael Schlgeau, neither of whom could swim, waded beyond their depth and were drowned before nelp could reach them. Arthur Mann was seized with cramps while bathing and went to the bottom. No paper coming to the exchange table of The Herald has attempted to comply with that provi- sion of the act, although many of them are running political advertisements.

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UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN, 40 years old, light hair, medium build, ' blue serge dress, black patent leather shoes with white tops, '"C. It Is this hope of being like God and living a pure life that will make the char- acter. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Supe- rior street, will leave today for a month's \'acat! He will take a prom- inent part in the annual Bible confer- ence to be held at Storm Lake. During the conference, which will last a week, Bible clas-ses are held every day under the direction of several of the ministers. They will return to Duluth the middle of next month. In that it is central and tributary to^he entire West end. Moe and Charles Mork, will recommend this corner at the joint meeting of the committees of the vari- ous commercial bodies of Duluth to be held next week. A program of games will be featured and refreshments will be served during the day. The Northern Pacific railroad today inaugurated its new system of paying its employes on the fifteenth of every month. Mayor Arnold was early on the pcene, with most cf the fire and police departments and thou.sands of volun- teering cltlaens. Dazed families, huddled in yards or marooned on roofs, mingled appeals with thrt voices of their re.sciier.5. Great Britain by 8, while the Canadians had 4, Rus.sja, 4; Prance. TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT HERALD OFFICE Get vours In advance as the number to be sold will be limited to insure the comfort and pleasure of all who go. "I owe It to my constitution not to go overdoing things. "You wake up in the middle of the night and hear a noise." explained the mate. The robbers, frightened at you coming down, bolts off. All the dead except Brownson were taken from tl:e rear coach of the Den- ver train. 8 plowed through this car, halving it and crush- ing t'nc helpless passengers, many of whom were still in their berths. Half way through this car it veered to the left, derailing the sleep- er. The crops of Western Canada are in excellent condition according to the statement of S. Mc Leod, a farmer of Western Canada, located near St. On his farm he has 200 acres of newly broken land, all of which was sown In flax. S PASTOR "If the Christians would live u life of personal purity and shun the very appearance of evil, there would be no difficulty with the dance, the card table or the theater," said Rev J. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Superior street, in his sermon on "Personal Purity'" at the regular morning services yester- day. Simonson of 2102 West Superior street, returned yesterday from a week's visit on the range. lurch held an excur- sion to Two Harbors yesterdi^'y. The committee of the West End Com- mercial club appointed last Friday to find a suitable location for a public market in the West end, has already found the place and will recommend it to the members of the club at the meet- ing next Friday. In the evening the subject was "Grace." Sunday School Picnic. They were dispatched to the edge of the flood in police automobiles. They ran bare-headed Several of the English wore wide brimmed canvas hats. final: United States, first; Franee, second; Eu Klaud. One of the most restful and Invigorating trips that could be conceived. But every night she'd told me how much she's saved during the day, and there must be close on 30 shillings in that box now. Like a fool I give the Missus the 'ousekeeplng-money for my spell ashore all in a lump." "Ask her to give you some back, advised the mate. UNIDENTIFIED GIRL, 9 years old, light hair, gold band ring, blue and white silk dress. Mc Leod was formerly purchasing agent for the Duluth, Missabe & Northern road. He said there was plenty of moisture in the ground to last for the next thirty days in both the Ameri- can Northwest and the Canadian West. esv efiis HERALD BRATVCHi Herman OUos, Mt Lumger, 1823 Wemi S^perfor Street* SHUN EVEN APPEARi^CE OF EVIL, SA\? HUNDREDS HOMELESS, DEAD RE- PORTED IN DENVER SITE CHOSEN FOR PUBLIC MARKET Corner of Twenty-first Aven- ue West and Superior Street Selected. Twenty-second avenue west and Third street, preached on "The Meek and the Lowly One"' at the regular morning services yester- day. In tlie city tramways were put out of commission, ^Vhlle a sewer undermined, broke and flooded Capitol Hill, the aristocratic section of the city. A general call to physicians was Issued and many responded. The South Africans were conspicuous In green silks. -.* secoudis); England, third (10 minutes, 2H 3-5 seconds.) 1,600 meters relay race, for teams of four men, each man runulug 400 uieters. Cross country race, about 800 meters (nearly 5 miles): H. A beautiful 60-mlle ride en good old Lake Superior and return by moonlight. * "Then, maybe, she'd "Well, the first day I was home we each dropped in a 2-shll Iing piece, just to give the money-box a good start. per or two, because I knew she wouldn't open the box till I'd gone off to sea again. "Well, I spent my last slxpense this afternoon, and there's another ten days to go, yet. July 15.-(Speclal to The Herald.)— The funeral of Wilbur Hnimpq the 15-yoar-old son of Mr. D., July 15.— (Special to The Herald.) — John Ahlrln. Land has not reached but a small fraction of its value. —Here is decidedly the most opportune time for fitting out the home with attractive new carpets or rugs. — Superbus wilton rugs, seamless, pretty two-tone effects; regular $55 values, sale price, $45. —Body Brussels rugs, pleasing patterns; regular $29.50 values, sale price, -$19.75. — Good patterns in Axminster rugs, regular $27.50 values, sale price, $19.75. / ; \ Clearance of Oriental Rugs — The entire stock has new prices cal- culated to expedite clearance. — 36x72 rag rugs, regular $1.75 values, sale price, $1.39. It is said that Lorimer's longest com- ment on the outcome of the fight was made when his colleague, Shelby M. — Congressional district conventions to choose delegates to^ represent the state at the Chicago convention of the new third party probably will be held July 26. Secondly, you can banish the tin can from your kitchens with all its dan- gers and Inconveniences, and cut your grocer's bill down to the minimum. All Stock-No Style 5c cigar is all stock, no style. William Yak walked off a dock at Marine City and was drowned, and Edward O'Leary, while attempting to make a landing with his motorboat near the same place, fell Into the river and was drowned. cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula, Ma- laria, Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison and all other diseases dependent on impure blog»d. For the present, no money is avail- able for -the enforcement of the act, but the attorney general will have JIO. Some steps may be taken to bring everybody into cornnliance then. « * • Miss Florence Whipple of Hunter's Park and Miss Eunice Whipple of East Third street are guests of Mrs. Fruit and vegetable growers are making |500 to 11,000 per acre. Fine quality room-size and smaller rugs of desirable new colorings, carpets, linoleums and other floor coverings are offered at reductions averaging from a fourth to a third below the regular cost. Oriental and floral de- signs ; regular $25 values, sale price, $17.75. — Best quality tapestry brussels, 10 v/ire, Oriental and scroll effects; regular $16.75 value, sale price, $12.50. — Reversible Smyrna rugs, all wool, very durable, choice patterns; $23.75 values, sale price, $15. — Arabian art squares, reversible, twortone effects; regular $10 values, sale price, $6.75. — Wool art squares, reversible, pretty and durable; regular $6.50 values, sale price, $4.75. — Mission rugs, all wool, solid colors, with artistic border designs; regular $21.50 values, sale price, $14.75. — 7-6x9 size of above, regular $8.50 values, sale price, $6.25. — Extra super quality wool ingrain carpets, values to 85c, sale price, yard, 49c. — 30x60 rag rugs, regular $1.25 values, sale price, 98c. size, fringed ends, reversible styles; regular $1.25 values, sale price, 89c. — Japanese matting rugs, size 30x60; reg- ular 40c values, sale price, 23c. — Imported and domestic inlaid linoleums, lengths to 50 feet, 6 feet wide; values to $1.75 per square yard, 89c. Since lie walked out of the senate chamber he has barely mentioned his case, but has plunged into personal affairs. In the first place, they will be fresh and ten- der; they will be absolutely free from preservatives, and these green vege- tables will aid in maintaining the health of the family at a season of the year when you are usually deprived of such articles of food. A., 515 Met- ropolitan building, Minneapolis, Minn. John Bailey and Michael Schlgeau, neither of whom could swim, waded beyond their depth and were drowned before nelp could reach them. Arthur Mann was seized with cramps while bathing and went to the bottom. No paper coming to the exchange table of The Herald has attempted to comply with that provi- sion of the act, although many of them are running political advertisements.

.39. It is said that Lorimer's longest com- ment on the outcome of the fight was made when his colleague, Shelby M. — Congressional district conventions to choose delegates to^ represent the state at the Chicago convention of the new third party probably will be held July 26. Secondly, you can banish the tin can from your kitchens with all its dan- gers and Inconveniences, and cut your grocer's bill down to the minimum. All Stock-No Style 5c cigar is all stock, no style. William Yak walked off a dock at Marine City and was drowned, and Edward O'Leary, while attempting to make a landing with his motorboat near the same place, fell Into the river and was drowned. cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula, Ma- laria, Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison and all other diseases dependent on impure blog»d. For the present, no money is avail- able for -the enforcement of the act, but the attorney general will have JIO. Some steps may be taken to bring everybody into cornnliance then. « * • Miss Florence Whipple of Hunter's Park and Miss Eunice Whipple of East Third street are guests of Mrs.

Fruit and vegetable growers are making |500 to 11,000 per acre. Fine quality room-size and smaller rugs of desirable new colorings, carpets, linoleums and other floor coverings are offered at reductions averaging from a fourth to a third below the regular cost. Oriental and floral de- signs ; regular values, sale price, .75. — Best quality tapestry brussels, 10 v/ire, Oriental and scroll effects; regular .75 value, sale price, .50. — Reversible Smyrna rugs, all wool, very durable, choice patterns; .75 values, sale price, . — Arabian art squares, reversible, twortone effects; regular values, sale price, .75. — Wool art squares, reversible, pretty and durable; regular .50 values, sale price, .75. — Mission rugs, all wool, solid colors, with artistic border designs; regular .50 values, sale price, .75. — 7-6x9 size of above, regular .50 values, sale price, .25. — Extra super quality wool ingrain carpets, values to 85c, sale price, yard, 49c. — 30x60 rag rugs, regular

UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN, 40 years old, light hair, medium build, ' blue serge dress, black patent leather shoes with white tops, '"C. It Is this hope of being like God and living a pure life that will make the char- acter. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Supe- rior street, will leave today for a month's \'acat! He will take a prom- inent part in the annual Bible confer- ence to be held at Storm Lake. During the conference, which will last a week, Bible clas-ses are held every day under the direction of several of the ministers. They will return to Duluth the middle of next month. In that it is central and tributary to^he entire West end. Moe and Charles Mork, will recommend this corner at the joint meeting of the committees of the vari- ous commercial bodies of Duluth to be held next week. A program of games will be featured and refreshments will be served during the day. The Northern Pacific railroad today inaugurated its new system of paying its employes on the fifteenth of every month. Mayor Arnold was early on the pcene, with most cf the fire and police departments and thou.sands of volun- teering cltlaens. Dazed families, huddled in yards or marooned on roofs, mingled appeals with thrt voices of their re.sciier.5. Great Britain by 8, while the Canadians had 4, Rus.sja, 4; Prance. TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT HERALD OFFICE Get vours In advance as the number to be sold will be limited to insure the comfort and pleasure of all who go. "I owe It to my constitution not to go overdoing things. "You wake up in the middle of the night and hear a noise." explained the mate. The robbers, frightened at you coming down, bolts off.

All the dead except Brownson were taken from tl:e rear coach of the Den- ver train. 8 plowed through this car, halving it and crush- ing t'nc helpless passengers, many of whom were still in their berths. Half way through this car it veered to the left, derailing the sleep- er. The crops of Western Canada are in excellent condition according to the statement of S. Mc Leod, a farmer of Western Canada, located near St. On his farm he has 200 acres of newly broken land, all of which was sown In flax. S PASTOR "If the Christians would live u life of personal purity and shun the very appearance of evil, there would be no difficulty with the dance, the card table or the theater," said Rev J. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Superior street, in his sermon on "Personal Purity'" at the regular morning services yester- day. Simonson of 2102 West Superior street, returned yesterday from a week's visit on the range. lurch held an excur- sion to Two Harbors yesterdi^'y. The committee of the West End Com- mercial club appointed last Friday to find a suitable location for a public market in the West end, has already found the place and will recommend it to the members of the club at the meet- ing next Friday. In the evening the subject was "Grace." Sunday School Picnic. They were dispatched to the edge of the flood in police automobiles. They ran bare-headed Several of the English wore wide brimmed canvas hats. final: United States, first; Franee, second; Eu Klaud. One of the most restful and Invigorating trips that could be conceived. But every night she'd told me how much she's saved during the day, and there must be close on 30 shillings in that box now. Like a fool I give the Missus the 'ousekeeplng-money for my spell ashore all in a lump." "Ask her to give you some back, advised the mate.

UNIDENTIFIED GIRL, 9 years old, light hair, gold band ring, blue and white silk dress. Mc Leod was formerly purchasing agent for the Duluth, Missabe & Northern road. He said there was plenty of moisture in the ground to last for the next thirty days in both the Ameri- can Northwest and the Canadian West. esv efiis HERALD BRATVCHi Herman OUos, Mt Lumger, 1823 Wemi S^perfor Street* SHUN EVEN APPEARi^CE OF EVIL, SA\? HUNDREDS HOMELESS, DEAD RE- PORTED IN DENVER SITE CHOSEN FOR PUBLIC MARKET Corner of Twenty-first Aven- ue West and Superior Street Selected. Twenty-second avenue west and Third street, preached on "The Meek and the Lowly One"' at the regular morning services yester- day. In tlie city tramways were put out of commission, ^Vhlle a sewer undermined, broke and flooded Capitol Hill, the aristocratic section of the city. A general call to physicians was Issued and many responded. The South Africans were conspicuous In green silks. -.* secoudis); England, third (10 minutes, 2H 3-5 seconds.) 1,600 meters relay race, for teams of four men, each man runulug 400 uieters. Cross country race, about 800 meters (nearly 5 miles): H. A beautiful 60-mlle ride en good old Lake Superior and return by moonlight. * "Then, maybe, she'd "Well, the first day I was home we each dropped in a 2-shll Iing piece, just to give the money-box a good start. per or two, because I knew she wouldn't open the box till I'd gone off to sea again. "Well, I spent my last slxpense this afternoon, and there's another ten days to go, yet.

July 15.-(Speclal to The Herald.)— The funeral of Wilbur Hnimpq the 15-yoar-old son of Mr. D., July 15.— (Special to The Herald.) — John Ahlrln. Land has not reached but a small fraction of its value. —Here is decidedly the most opportune time for fitting out the home with attractive new carpets or rugs. — Superbus wilton rugs, seamless, pretty two-tone effects; regular $55 values, sale price, $45. —Body Brussels rugs, pleasing patterns; regular $29.50 values, sale price, -$19.75. — Good patterns in Axminster rugs, regular $27.50 values, sale price, $19.75. / ; \ Clearance of Oriental Rugs — The entire stock has new prices cal- culated to expedite clearance. — 36x72 rag rugs, regular $1.75 values, sale price, $1.39. It is said that Lorimer's longest com- ment on the outcome of the fight was made when his colleague, Shelby M. — Congressional district conventions to choose delegates to^ represent the state at the Chicago convention of the new third party probably will be held July 26. Secondly, you can banish the tin can from your kitchens with all its dan- gers and Inconveniences, and cut your grocer's bill down to the minimum. All Stock-No Style 5c cigar is all stock, no style. William Yak walked off a dock at Marine City and was drowned, and Edward O'Leary, while attempting to make a landing with his motorboat near the same place, fell Into the river and was drowned. cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula, Ma- laria, Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison and all other diseases dependent on impure blog»d. For the present, no money is avail- able for -the enforcement of the act, but the attorney general will have JIO. Some steps may be taken to bring everybody into cornnliance then. « * • Miss Florence Whipple of Hunter's Park and Miss Eunice Whipple of East Third street are guests of Mrs.

Fruit and vegetable growers are making |500 to 11,000 per acre. Fine quality room-size and smaller rugs of desirable new colorings, carpets, linoleums and other floor coverings are offered at reductions averaging from a fourth to a third below the regular cost. Oriental and floral de- signs ; regular $25 values, sale price, $17.75. — Best quality tapestry brussels, 10 v/ire, Oriental and scroll effects; regular $16.75 value, sale price, $12.50. — Reversible Smyrna rugs, all wool, very durable, choice patterns; $23.75 values, sale price, $15. — Arabian art squares, reversible, twortone effects; regular $10 values, sale price, $6.75. — Wool art squares, reversible, pretty and durable; regular $6.50 values, sale price, $4.75. — Mission rugs, all wool, solid colors, with artistic border designs; regular $21.50 values, sale price, $14.75. — 7-6x9 size of above, regular $8.50 values, sale price, $6.25. — Extra super quality wool ingrain carpets, values to 85c, sale price, yard, 49c. — 30x60 rag rugs, regular $1.25 values, sale price, 98c. size, fringed ends, reversible styles; regular $1.25 values, sale price, 89c. — Japanese matting rugs, size 30x60; reg- ular 40c values, sale price, 23c. — Imported and domestic inlaid linoleums, lengths to 50 feet, 6 feet wide; values to $1.75 per square yard, 89c. Since lie walked out of the senate chamber he has barely mentioned his case, but has plunged into personal affairs. In the first place, they will be fresh and ten- der; they will be absolutely free from preservatives, and these green vege- tables will aid in maintaining the health of the family at a season of the year when you are usually deprived of such articles of food. A., 515 Met- ropolitan building, Minneapolis, Minn. John Bailey and Michael Schlgeau, neither of whom could swim, waded beyond their depth and were drowned before nelp could reach them. Arthur Mann was seized with cramps while bathing and went to the bottom. No paper coming to the exchange table of The Herald has attempted to comply with that provi- sion of the act, although many of them are running political advertisements.

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UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN, 40 years old, light hair, medium build, ' blue serge dress, black patent leather shoes with white tops, '"C. It Is this hope of being like God and living a pure life that will make the char- acter. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Supe- rior street, will leave today for a month's \'acat! He will take a prom- inent part in the annual Bible confer- ence to be held at Storm Lake. During the conference, which will last a week, Bible clas-ses are held every day under the direction of several of the ministers. They will return to Duluth the middle of next month. In that it is central and tributary to^he entire West end. Moe and Charles Mork, will recommend this corner at the joint meeting of the committees of the vari- ous commercial bodies of Duluth to be held next week. A program of games will be featured and refreshments will be served during the day. The Northern Pacific railroad today inaugurated its new system of paying its employes on the fifteenth of every month. Mayor Arnold was early on the pcene, with most cf the fire and police departments and thou.sands of volun- teering cltlaens. Dazed families, huddled in yards or marooned on roofs, mingled appeals with thrt voices of their re.sciier.5. Great Britain by 8, while the Canadians had 4, Rus.sja, 4; Prance. TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT HERALD OFFICE Get vours In advance as the number to be sold will be limited to insure the comfort and pleasure of all who go. "I owe It to my constitution not to go overdoing things. "You wake up in the middle of the night and hear a noise." explained the mate. The robbers, frightened at you coming down, bolts off. All the dead except Brownson were taken from tl:e rear coach of the Den- ver train. 8 plowed through this car, halving it and crush- ing t'nc helpless passengers, many of whom were still in their berths. Half way through this car it veered to the left, derailing the sleep- er. The crops of Western Canada are in excellent condition according to the statement of S. Mc Leod, a farmer of Western Canada, located near St. On his farm he has 200 acres of newly broken land, all of which was sown In flax. S PASTOR "If the Christians would live u life of personal purity and shun the very appearance of evil, there would be no difficulty with the dance, the card table or the theater," said Rev J. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Superior street, in his sermon on "Personal Purity'" at the regular morning services yester- day. Simonson of 2102 West Superior street, returned yesterday from a week's visit on the range. lurch held an excur- sion to Two Harbors yesterdi^'y. The committee of the West End Com- mercial club appointed last Friday to find a suitable location for a public market in the West end, has already found the place and will recommend it to the members of the club at the meet- ing next Friday. In the evening the subject was "Grace." Sunday School Picnic. They were dispatched to the edge of the flood in police automobiles. They ran bare-headed Several of the English wore wide brimmed canvas hats. final: United States, first; Franee, second; Eu Klaud. One of the most restful and Invigorating trips that could be conceived. But every night she'd told me how much she's saved during the day, and there must be close on 30 shillings in that box now. Like a fool I give the Missus the 'ousekeeplng-money for my spell ashore all in a lump." "Ask her to give you some back, advised the mate. UNIDENTIFIED GIRL, 9 years old, light hair, gold band ring, blue and white silk dress. Mc Leod was formerly purchasing agent for the Duluth, Missabe & Northern road. He said there was plenty of moisture in the ground to last for the next thirty days in both the Ameri- can Northwest and the Canadian West. esv efiis HERALD BRATVCHi Herman OUos, Mt Lumger, 1823 Wemi S^perfor Street* SHUN EVEN APPEARi^CE OF EVIL, SA\? HUNDREDS HOMELESS, DEAD RE- PORTED IN DENVER SITE CHOSEN FOR PUBLIC MARKET Corner of Twenty-first Aven- ue West and Superior Street Selected. Twenty-second avenue west and Third street, preached on "The Meek and the Lowly One"' at the regular morning services yester- day. In tlie city tramways were put out of commission, ^Vhlle a sewer undermined, broke and flooded Capitol Hill, the aristocratic section of the city. A general call to physicians was Issued and many responded. The South Africans were conspicuous In green silks. -.* secoudis); England, third (10 minutes, 2H 3-5 seconds.) 1,600 meters relay race, for teams of four men, each man runulug 400 uieters. Cross country race, about 800 meters (nearly 5 miles): H. A beautiful 60-mlle ride en good old Lake Superior and return by moonlight. * "Then, maybe, she'd "Well, the first day I was home we each dropped in a 2-shll Iing piece, just to give the money-box a good start. per or two, because I knew she wouldn't open the box till I'd gone off to sea again. "Well, I spent my last slxpense this afternoon, and there's another ten days to go, yet. July 15.-(Speclal to The Herald.)— The funeral of Wilbur Hnimpq the 15-yoar-old son of Mr. D., July 15.— (Special to The Herald.) — John Ahlrln. Land has not reached but a small fraction of its value. —Here is decidedly the most opportune time for fitting out the home with attractive new carpets or rugs. — Superbus wilton rugs, seamless, pretty two-tone effects; regular $55 values, sale price, $45. —Body Brussels rugs, pleasing patterns; regular $29.50 values, sale price, -$19.75. — Good patterns in Axminster rugs, regular $27.50 values, sale price, $19.75. / ; \ Clearance of Oriental Rugs — The entire stock has new prices cal- culated to expedite clearance. — 36x72 rag rugs, regular $1.75 values, sale price, $1.39. It is said that Lorimer's longest com- ment on the outcome of the fight was made when his colleague, Shelby M. — Congressional district conventions to choose delegates to^ represent the state at the Chicago convention of the new third party probably will be held July 26. Secondly, you can banish the tin can from your kitchens with all its dan- gers and Inconveniences, and cut your grocer's bill down to the minimum. All Stock-No Style 5c cigar is all stock, no style. William Yak walked off a dock at Marine City and was drowned, and Edward O'Leary, while attempting to make a landing with his motorboat near the same place, fell Into the river and was drowned. cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula, Ma- laria, Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison and all other diseases dependent on impure blog»d. For the present, no money is avail- able for -the enforcement of the act, but the attorney general will have JIO. Some steps may be taken to bring everybody into cornnliance then. « * • Miss Florence Whipple of Hunter's Park and Miss Eunice Whipple of East Third street are guests of Mrs. Fruit and vegetable growers are making |500 to 11,000 per acre. Fine quality room-size and smaller rugs of desirable new colorings, carpets, linoleums and other floor coverings are offered at reductions averaging from a fourth to a third below the regular cost. Oriental and floral de- signs ; regular $25 values, sale price, $17.75. — Best quality tapestry brussels, 10 v/ire, Oriental and scroll effects; regular $16.75 value, sale price, $12.50. — Reversible Smyrna rugs, all wool, very durable, choice patterns; $23.75 values, sale price, $15. — Arabian art squares, reversible, twortone effects; regular $10 values, sale price, $6.75. — Wool art squares, reversible, pretty and durable; regular $6.50 values, sale price, $4.75. — Mission rugs, all wool, solid colors, with artistic border designs; regular $21.50 values, sale price, $14.75. — 7-6x9 size of above, regular $8.50 values, sale price, $6.25. — Extra super quality wool ingrain carpets, values to 85c, sale price, yard, 49c. — 30x60 rag rugs, regular $1.25 values, sale price, 98c. size, fringed ends, reversible styles; regular $1.25 values, sale price, 89c. — Japanese matting rugs, size 30x60; reg- ular 40c values, sale price, 23c. — Imported and domestic inlaid linoleums, lengths to 50 feet, 6 feet wide; values to $1.75 per square yard, 89c. Since lie walked out of the senate chamber he has barely mentioned his case, but has plunged into personal affairs. In the first place, they will be fresh and ten- der; they will be absolutely free from preservatives, and these green vege- tables will aid in maintaining the health of the family at a season of the year when you are usually deprived of such articles of food. A., 515 Met- ropolitan building, Minneapolis, Minn. John Bailey and Michael Schlgeau, neither of whom could swim, waded beyond their depth and were drowned before nelp could reach them. Arthur Mann was seized with cramps while bathing and went to the bottom. No paper coming to the exchange table of The Herald has attempted to comply with that provi- sion of the act, although many of them are running political advertisements.

.25 values, sale price, 98c. size, fringed ends, reversible styles; regular

UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN, 40 years old, light hair, medium build, ' blue serge dress, black patent leather shoes with white tops, '"C. It Is this hope of being like God and living a pure life that will make the char- acter. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Supe- rior street, will leave today for a month's \'acat! He will take a prom- inent part in the annual Bible confer- ence to be held at Storm Lake. During the conference, which will last a week, Bible clas-ses are held every day under the direction of several of the ministers. They will return to Duluth the middle of next month. In that it is central and tributary to^he entire West end. Moe and Charles Mork, will recommend this corner at the joint meeting of the committees of the vari- ous commercial bodies of Duluth to be held next week. A program of games will be featured and refreshments will be served during the day. The Northern Pacific railroad today inaugurated its new system of paying its employes on the fifteenth of every month. Mayor Arnold was early on the pcene, with most cf the fire and police departments and thou.sands of volun- teering cltlaens. Dazed families, huddled in yards or marooned on roofs, mingled appeals with thrt voices of their re.sciier.5. Great Britain by 8, while the Canadians had 4, Rus.sja, 4; Prance. TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT HERALD OFFICE Get vours In advance as the number to be sold will be limited to insure the comfort and pleasure of all who go. "I owe It to my constitution not to go overdoing things. "You wake up in the middle of the night and hear a noise." explained the mate. The robbers, frightened at you coming down, bolts off.

All the dead except Brownson were taken from tl:e rear coach of the Den- ver train. 8 plowed through this car, halving it and crush- ing t'nc helpless passengers, many of whom were still in their berths. Half way through this car it veered to the left, derailing the sleep- er. The crops of Western Canada are in excellent condition according to the statement of S. Mc Leod, a farmer of Western Canada, located near St. On his farm he has 200 acres of newly broken land, all of which was sown In flax. S PASTOR "If the Christians would live u life of personal purity and shun the very appearance of evil, there would be no difficulty with the dance, the card table or the theater," said Rev J. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Superior street, in his sermon on "Personal Purity'" at the regular morning services yester- day. Simonson of 2102 West Superior street, returned yesterday from a week's visit on the range. lurch held an excur- sion to Two Harbors yesterdi^'y. The committee of the West End Com- mercial club appointed last Friday to find a suitable location for a public market in the West end, has already found the place and will recommend it to the members of the club at the meet- ing next Friday. In the evening the subject was "Grace." Sunday School Picnic. They were dispatched to the edge of the flood in police automobiles. They ran bare-headed Several of the English wore wide brimmed canvas hats. final: United States, first; Franee, second; Eu Klaud. One of the most restful and Invigorating trips that could be conceived. But every night she'd told me how much she's saved during the day, and there must be close on 30 shillings in that box now. Like a fool I give the Missus the 'ousekeeplng-money for my spell ashore all in a lump." "Ask her to give you some back, advised the mate.

UNIDENTIFIED GIRL, 9 years old, light hair, gold band ring, blue and white silk dress. Mc Leod was formerly purchasing agent for the Duluth, Missabe & Northern road. He said there was plenty of moisture in the ground to last for the next thirty days in both the Ameri- can Northwest and the Canadian West. esv efiis HERALD BRATVCHi Herman OUos, Mt Lumger, 1823 Wemi S^perfor Street* SHUN EVEN APPEARi^CE OF EVIL, SA\? HUNDREDS HOMELESS, DEAD RE- PORTED IN DENVER SITE CHOSEN FOR PUBLIC MARKET Corner of Twenty-first Aven- ue West and Superior Street Selected. Twenty-second avenue west and Third street, preached on "The Meek and the Lowly One"' at the regular morning services yester- day. In tlie city tramways were put out of commission, ^Vhlle a sewer undermined, broke and flooded Capitol Hill, the aristocratic section of the city. A general call to physicians was Issued and many responded. The South Africans were conspicuous In green silks. -.* secoudis); England, third (10 minutes, 2H 3-5 seconds.) 1,600 meters relay race, for teams of four men, each man runulug 400 uieters. Cross country race, about 800 meters (nearly 5 miles): H. A beautiful 60-mlle ride en good old Lake Superior and return by moonlight. * "Then, maybe, she'd "Well, the first day I was home we each dropped in a 2-shll Iing piece, just to give the money-box a good start. per or two, because I knew she wouldn't open the box till I'd gone off to sea again. "Well, I spent my last slxpense this afternoon, and there's another ten days to go, yet.

July 15.-(Speclal to The Herald.)— The funeral of Wilbur Hnimpq the 15-yoar-old son of Mr. D., July 15.— (Special to The Herald.) — John Ahlrln. Land has not reached but a small fraction of its value. —Here is decidedly the most opportune time for fitting out the home with attractive new carpets or rugs. — Superbus wilton rugs, seamless, pretty two-tone effects; regular $55 values, sale price, $45. —Body Brussels rugs, pleasing patterns; regular $29.50 values, sale price, -$19.75. — Good patterns in Axminster rugs, regular $27.50 values, sale price, $19.75. / ; \ Clearance of Oriental Rugs — The entire stock has new prices cal- culated to expedite clearance. — 36x72 rag rugs, regular $1.75 values, sale price, $1.39. It is said that Lorimer's longest com- ment on the outcome of the fight was made when his colleague, Shelby M. — Congressional district conventions to choose delegates to^ represent the state at the Chicago convention of the new third party probably will be held July 26. Secondly, you can banish the tin can from your kitchens with all its dan- gers and Inconveniences, and cut your grocer's bill down to the minimum. All Stock-No Style 5c cigar is all stock, no style. William Yak walked off a dock at Marine City and was drowned, and Edward O'Leary, while attempting to make a landing with his motorboat near the same place, fell Into the river and was drowned. cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula, Ma- laria, Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison and all other diseases dependent on impure blog»d. For the present, no money is avail- able for -the enforcement of the act, but the attorney general will have JIO. Some steps may be taken to bring everybody into cornnliance then. « * • Miss Florence Whipple of Hunter's Park and Miss Eunice Whipple of East Third street are guests of Mrs.

Fruit and vegetable growers are making |500 to 11,000 per acre. Fine quality room-size and smaller rugs of desirable new colorings, carpets, linoleums and other floor coverings are offered at reductions averaging from a fourth to a third below the regular cost. Oriental and floral de- signs ; regular $25 values, sale price, $17.75. — Best quality tapestry brussels, 10 v/ire, Oriental and scroll effects; regular $16.75 value, sale price, $12.50. — Reversible Smyrna rugs, all wool, very durable, choice patterns; $23.75 values, sale price, $15. — Arabian art squares, reversible, twortone effects; regular $10 values, sale price, $6.75. — Wool art squares, reversible, pretty and durable; regular $6.50 values, sale price, $4.75. — Mission rugs, all wool, solid colors, with artistic border designs; regular $21.50 values, sale price, $14.75. — 7-6x9 size of above, regular $8.50 values, sale price, $6.25. — Extra super quality wool ingrain carpets, values to 85c, sale price, yard, 49c. — 30x60 rag rugs, regular $1.25 values, sale price, 98c. size, fringed ends, reversible styles; regular $1.25 values, sale price, 89c. — Japanese matting rugs, size 30x60; reg- ular 40c values, sale price, 23c. — Imported and domestic inlaid linoleums, lengths to 50 feet, 6 feet wide; values to $1.75 per square yard, 89c. Since lie walked out of the senate chamber he has barely mentioned his case, but has plunged into personal affairs. In the first place, they will be fresh and ten- der; they will be absolutely free from preservatives, and these green vege- tables will aid in maintaining the health of the family at a season of the year when you are usually deprived of such articles of food. A., 515 Met- ropolitan building, Minneapolis, Minn. John Bailey and Michael Schlgeau, neither of whom could swim, waded beyond their depth and were drowned before nelp could reach them. Arthur Mann was seized with cramps while bathing and went to the bottom. No paper coming to the exchange table of The Herald has attempted to comply with that provi- sion of the act, although many of them are running political advertisements.

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UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN, 40 years old, light hair, medium build, ' blue serge dress, black patent leather shoes with white tops, '"C. It Is this hope of being like God and living a pure life that will make the char- acter. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Supe- rior street, will leave today for a month's \'acat! He will take a prom- inent part in the annual Bible confer- ence to be held at Storm Lake. During the conference, which will last a week, Bible clas-ses are held every day under the direction of several of the ministers. They will return to Duluth the middle of next month. In that it is central and tributary to^he entire West end. Moe and Charles Mork, will recommend this corner at the joint meeting of the committees of the vari- ous commercial bodies of Duluth to be held next week. A program of games will be featured and refreshments will be served during the day. The Northern Pacific railroad today inaugurated its new system of paying its employes on the fifteenth of every month. Mayor Arnold was early on the pcene, with most cf the fire and police departments and thou.sands of volun- teering cltlaens. Dazed families, huddled in yards or marooned on roofs, mingled appeals with thrt voices of their re.sciier.5. Great Britain by 8, while the Canadians had 4, Rus.sja, 4; Prance. TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT HERALD OFFICE Get vours In advance as the number to be sold will be limited to insure the comfort and pleasure of all who go. "I owe It to my constitution not to go overdoing things. "You wake up in the middle of the night and hear a noise." explained the mate. The robbers, frightened at you coming down, bolts off. All the dead except Brownson were taken from tl:e rear coach of the Den- ver train. 8 plowed through this car, halving it and crush- ing t'nc helpless passengers, many of whom were still in their berths. Half way through this car it veered to the left, derailing the sleep- er. The crops of Western Canada are in excellent condition according to the statement of S. Mc Leod, a farmer of Western Canada, located near St. On his farm he has 200 acres of newly broken land, all of which was sown In flax. S PASTOR "If the Christians would live u life of personal purity and shun the very appearance of evil, there would be no difficulty with the dance, the card table or the theater," said Rev J. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Superior street, in his sermon on "Personal Purity'" at the regular morning services yester- day. Simonson of 2102 West Superior street, returned yesterday from a week's visit on the range. lurch held an excur- sion to Two Harbors yesterdi^'y. The committee of the West End Com- mercial club appointed last Friday to find a suitable location for a public market in the West end, has already found the place and will recommend it to the members of the club at the meet- ing next Friday. In the evening the subject was "Grace." Sunday School Picnic. They were dispatched to the edge of the flood in police automobiles. They ran bare-headed Several of the English wore wide brimmed canvas hats. final: United States, first; Franee, second; Eu Klaud. One of the most restful and Invigorating trips that could be conceived. But every night she'd told me how much she's saved during the day, and there must be close on 30 shillings in that box now. Like a fool I give the Missus the 'ousekeeplng-money for my spell ashore all in a lump." "Ask her to give you some back, advised the mate. UNIDENTIFIED GIRL, 9 years old, light hair, gold band ring, blue and white silk dress. Mc Leod was formerly purchasing agent for the Duluth, Missabe & Northern road. He said there was plenty of moisture in the ground to last for the next thirty days in both the Ameri- can Northwest and the Canadian West. esv efiis HERALD BRATVCHi Herman OUos, Mt Lumger, 1823 Wemi S^perfor Street* SHUN EVEN APPEARi^CE OF EVIL, SA\? HUNDREDS HOMELESS, DEAD RE- PORTED IN DENVER SITE CHOSEN FOR PUBLIC MARKET Corner of Twenty-first Aven- ue West and Superior Street Selected. Twenty-second avenue west and Third street, preached on "The Meek and the Lowly One"' at the regular morning services yester- day. In tlie city tramways were put out of commission, ^Vhlle a sewer undermined, broke and flooded Capitol Hill, the aristocratic section of the city. A general call to physicians was Issued and many responded. The South Africans were conspicuous In green silks. -.* secoudis); England, third (10 minutes, 2H 3-5 seconds.) 1,600 meters relay race, for teams of four men, each man runulug 400 uieters. Cross country race, about 800 meters (nearly 5 miles): H. A beautiful 60-mlle ride en good old Lake Superior and return by moonlight. * "Then, maybe, she'd "Well, the first day I was home we each dropped in a 2-shll Iing piece, just to give the money-box a good start. per or two, because I knew she wouldn't open the box till I'd gone off to sea again. "Well, I spent my last slxpense this afternoon, and there's another ten days to go, yet. July 15.-(Speclal to The Herald.)— The funeral of Wilbur Hnimpq the 15-yoar-old son of Mr. D., July 15.— (Special to The Herald.) — John Ahlrln. Land has not reached but a small fraction of its value. —Here is decidedly the most opportune time for fitting out the home with attractive new carpets or rugs. — Superbus wilton rugs, seamless, pretty two-tone effects; regular $55 values, sale price, $45. —Body Brussels rugs, pleasing patterns; regular $29.50 values, sale price, -$19.75. — Good patterns in Axminster rugs, regular $27.50 values, sale price, $19.75. / ; \ Clearance of Oriental Rugs — The entire stock has new prices cal- culated to expedite clearance. — 36x72 rag rugs, regular $1.75 values, sale price, $1.39. It is said that Lorimer's longest com- ment on the outcome of the fight was made when his colleague, Shelby M. — Congressional district conventions to choose delegates to^ represent the state at the Chicago convention of the new third party probably will be held July 26. Secondly, you can banish the tin can from your kitchens with all its dan- gers and Inconveniences, and cut your grocer's bill down to the minimum. All Stock-No Style 5c cigar is all stock, no style. William Yak walked off a dock at Marine City and was drowned, and Edward O'Leary, while attempting to make a landing with his motorboat near the same place, fell Into the river and was drowned. cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula, Ma- laria, Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison and all other diseases dependent on impure blog»d. For the present, no money is avail- able for -the enforcement of the act, but the attorney general will have JIO. Some steps may be taken to bring everybody into cornnliance then. « * • Miss Florence Whipple of Hunter's Park and Miss Eunice Whipple of East Third street are guests of Mrs. Fruit and vegetable growers are making |500 to 11,000 per acre. Fine quality room-size and smaller rugs of desirable new colorings, carpets, linoleums and other floor coverings are offered at reductions averaging from a fourth to a third below the regular cost. Oriental and floral de- signs ; regular $25 values, sale price, $17.75. — Best quality tapestry brussels, 10 v/ire, Oriental and scroll effects; regular $16.75 value, sale price, $12.50. — Reversible Smyrna rugs, all wool, very durable, choice patterns; $23.75 values, sale price, $15. — Arabian art squares, reversible, twortone effects; regular $10 values, sale price, $6.75. — Wool art squares, reversible, pretty and durable; regular $6.50 values, sale price, $4.75. — Mission rugs, all wool, solid colors, with artistic border designs; regular $21.50 values, sale price, $14.75. — 7-6x9 size of above, regular $8.50 values, sale price, $6.25. — Extra super quality wool ingrain carpets, values to 85c, sale price, yard, 49c. — 30x60 rag rugs, regular $1.25 values, sale price, 98c. size, fringed ends, reversible styles; regular $1.25 values, sale price, 89c. — Japanese matting rugs, size 30x60; reg- ular 40c values, sale price, 23c. — Imported and domestic inlaid linoleums, lengths to 50 feet, 6 feet wide; values to $1.75 per square yard, 89c. Since lie walked out of the senate chamber he has barely mentioned his case, but has plunged into personal affairs. In the first place, they will be fresh and ten- der; they will be absolutely free from preservatives, and these green vege- tables will aid in maintaining the health of the family at a season of the year when you are usually deprived of such articles of food. A., 515 Met- ropolitan building, Minneapolis, Minn. John Bailey and Michael Schlgeau, neither of whom could swim, waded beyond their depth and were drowned before nelp could reach them. Arthur Mann was seized with cramps while bathing and went to the bottom. No paper coming to the exchange table of The Herald has attempted to comply with that provi- sion of the act, although many of them are running political advertisements.

.25 values, sale price, 89c. — Japanese matting rugs, size 30x60; reg- ular 40c values, sale price, 23c. — Imported and domestic inlaid linoleums, lengths to 50 feet, 6 feet wide; values to

UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN, 40 years old, light hair, medium build, ' blue serge dress, black patent leather shoes with white tops, '"C. It Is this hope of being like God and living a pure life that will make the char- acter. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Supe- rior street, will leave today for a month's \'acat! He will take a prom- inent part in the annual Bible confer- ence to be held at Storm Lake. During the conference, which will last a week, Bible clas-ses are held every day under the direction of several of the ministers. They will return to Duluth the middle of next month. In that it is central and tributary to^he entire West end. Moe and Charles Mork, will recommend this corner at the joint meeting of the committees of the vari- ous commercial bodies of Duluth to be held next week. A program of games will be featured and refreshments will be served during the day. The Northern Pacific railroad today inaugurated its new system of paying its employes on the fifteenth of every month. Mayor Arnold was early on the pcene, with most cf the fire and police departments and thou.sands of volun- teering cltlaens. Dazed families, huddled in yards or marooned on roofs, mingled appeals with thrt voices of their re.sciier.5. Great Britain by 8, while the Canadians had 4, Rus.sja, 4; Prance. TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT HERALD OFFICE Get vours In advance as the number to be sold will be limited to insure the comfort and pleasure of all who go. "I owe It to my constitution not to go overdoing things. "You wake up in the middle of the night and hear a noise." explained the mate. The robbers, frightened at you coming down, bolts off.

All the dead except Brownson were taken from tl:e rear coach of the Den- ver train. 8 plowed through this car, halving it and crush- ing t'nc helpless passengers, many of whom were still in their berths. Half way through this car it veered to the left, derailing the sleep- er. The crops of Western Canada are in excellent condition according to the statement of S. Mc Leod, a farmer of Western Canada, located near St. On his farm he has 200 acres of newly broken land, all of which was sown In flax. S PASTOR "If the Christians would live u life of personal purity and shun the very appearance of evil, there would be no difficulty with the dance, the card table or the theater," said Rev J. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Superior street, in his sermon on "Personal Purity'" at the regular morning services yester- day. Simonson of 2102 West Superior street, returned yesterday from a week's visit on the range. lurch held an excur- sion to Two Harbors yesterdi^'y. The committee of the West End Com- mercial club appointed last Friday to find a suitable location for a public market in the West end, has already found the place and will recommend it to the members of the club at the meet- ing next Friday. In the evening the subject was "Grace." Sunday School Picnic. They were dispatched to the edge of the flood in police automobiles. They ran bare-headed Several of the English wore wide brimmed canvas hats. final: United States, first; Franee, second; Eu Klaud. One of the most restful and Invigorating trips that could be conceived. But every night she'd told me how much she's saved during the day, and there must be close on 30 shillings in that box now. Like a fool I give the Missus the 'ousekeeplng-money for my spell ashore all in a lump." "Ask her to give you some back, advised the mate.

UNIDENTIFIED GIRL, 9 years old, light hair, gold band ring, blue and white silk dress. Mc Leod was formerly purchasing agent for the Duluth, Missabe & Northern road. He said there was plenty of moisture in the ground to last for the next thirty days in both the Ameri- can Northwest and the Canadian West. esv efiis HERALD BRATVCHi Herman OUos, Mt Lumger, 1823 Wemi S^perfor Street* SHUN EVEN APPEARi^CE OF EVIL, SA\? HUNDREDS HOMELESS, DEAD RE- PORTED IN DENVER SITE CHOSEN FOR PUBLIC MARKET Corner of Twenty-first Aven- ue West and Superior Street Selected. Twenty-second avenue west and Third street, preached on "The Meek and the Lowly One"' at the regular morning services yester- day. In tlie city tramways were put out of commission, ^Vhlle a sewer undermined, broke and flooded Capitol Hill, the aristocratic section of the city. A general call to physicians was Issued and many responded. The South Africans were conspicuous In green silks. -.* secoudis); England, third (10 minutes, 2H 3-5 seconds.) 1,600 meters relay race, for teams of four men, each man runulug 400 uieters. Cross country race, about 800 meters (nearly 5 miles): H. A beautiful 60-mlle ride en good old Lake Superior and return by moonlight. * "Then, maybe, she'd "Well, the first day I was home we each dropped in a 2-shll Iing piece, just to give the money-box a good start. per or two, because I knew she wouldn't open the box till I'd gone off to sea again. "Well, I spent my last slxpense this afternoon, and there's another ten days to go, yet.

July 15.-(Speclal to The Herald.)— The funeral of Wilbur Hnimpq the 15-yoar-old son of Mr. D., July 15.— (Special to The Herald.) — John Ahlrln. Land has not reached but a small fraction of its value. —Here is decidedly the most opportune time for fitting out the home with attractive new carpets or rugs. — Superbus wilton rugs, seamless, pretty two-tone effects; regular $55 values, sale price, $45. —Body Brussels rugs, pleasing patterns; regular $29.50 values, sale price, -$19.75. — Good patterns in Axminster rugs, regular $27.50 values, sale price, $19.75. / ; \ Clearance of Oriental Rugs — The entire stock has new prices cal- culated to expedite clearance. — 36x72 rag rugs, regular $1.75 values, sale price, $1.39. It is said that Lorimer's longest com- ment on the outcome of the fight was made when his colleague, Shelby M. — Congressional district conventions to choose delegates to^ represent the state at the Chicago convention of the new third party probably will be held July 26. Secondly, you can banish the tin can from your kitchens with all its dan- gers and Inconveniences, and cut your grocer's bill down to the minimum. All Stock-No Style 5c cigar is all stock, no style. William Yak walked off a dock at Marine City and was drowned, and Edward O'Leary, while attempting to make a landing with his motorboat near the same place, fell Into the river and was drowned. cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula, Ma- laria, Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison and all other diseases dependent on impure blog»d. For the present, no money is avail- able for -the enforcement of the act, but the attorney general will have JIO. Some steps may be taken to bring everybody into cornnliance then. « * • Miss Florence Whipple of Hunter's Park and Miss Eunice Whipple of East Third street are guests of Mrs.

Fruit and vegetable growers are making |500 to 11,000 per acre. Fine quality room-size and smaller rugs of desirable new colorings, carpets, linoleums and other floor coverings are offered at reductions averaging from a fourth to a third below the regular cost. Oriental and floral de- signs ; regular $25 values, sale price, $17.75. — Best quality tapestry brussels, 10 v/ire, Oriental and scroll effects; regular $16.75 value, sale price, $12.50. — Reversible Smyrna rugs, all wool, very durable, choice patterns; $23.75 values, sale price, $15. — Arabian art squares, reversible, twortone effects; regular $10 values, sale price, $6.75. — Wool art squares, reversible, pretty and durable; regular $6.50 values, sale price, $4.75. — Mission rugs, all wool, solid colors, with artistic border designs; regular $21.50 values, sale price, $14.75. — 7-6x9 size of above, regular $8.50 values, sale price, $6.25. — Extra super quality wool ingrain carpets, values to 85c, sale price, yard, 49c. — 30x60 rag rugs, regular $1.25 values, sale price, 98c. size, fringed ends, reversible styles; regular $1.25 values, sale price, 89c. — Japanese matting rugs, size 30x60; reg- ular 40c values, sale price, 23c. — Imported and domestic inlaid linoleums, lengths to 50 feet, 6 feet wide; values to $1.75 per square yard, 89c. Since lie walked out of the senate chamber he has barely mentioned his case, but has plunged into personal affairs. In the first place, they will be fresh and ten- der; they will be absolutely free from preservatives, and these green vege- tables will aid in maintaining the health of the family at a season of the year when you are usually deprived of such articles of food. A., 515 Met- ropolitan building, Minneapolis, Minn. John Bailey and Michael Schlgeau, neither of whom could swim, waded beyond their depth and were drowned before nelp could reach them. Arthur Mann was seized with cramps while bathing and went to the bottom. No paper coming to the exchange table of The Herald has attempted to comply with that provi- sion of the act, although many of them are running political advertisements.

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UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN, 40 years old, light hair, medium build, ' blue serge dress, black patent leather shoes with white tops, '"C. It Is this hope of being like God and living a pure life that will make the char- acter. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Supe- rior street, will leave today for a month's \'acat! He will take a prom- inent part in the annual Bible confer- ence to be held at Storm Lake. During the conference, which will last a week, Bible clas-ses are held every day under the direction of several of the ministers. They will return to Duluth the middle of next month. In that it is central and tributary to^he entire West end. Moe and Charles Mork, will recommend this corner at the joint meeting of the committees of the vari- ous commercial bodies of Duluth to be held next week. A program of games will be featured and refreshments will be served during the day. The Northern Pacific railroad today inaugurated its new system of paying its employes on the fifteenth of every month. Mayor Arnold was early on the pcene, with most cf the fire and police departments and thou.sands of volun- teering cltlaens. Dazed families, huddled in yards or marooned on roofs, mingled appeals with thrt voices of their re.sciier.5. Great Britain by 8, while the Canadians had 4, Rus.sja, 4; Prance. TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT HERALD OFFICE Get vours In advance as the number to be sold will be limited to insure the comfort and pleasure of all who go. "I owe It to my constitution not to go overdoing things. "You wake up in the middle of the night and hear a noise." explained the mate. The robbers, frightened at you coming down, bolts off. All the dead except Brownson were taken from tl:e rear coach of the Den- ver train. 8 plowed through this car, halving it and crush- ing t'nc helpless passengers, many of whom were still in their berths. Half way through this car it veered to the left, derailing the sleep- er. The crops of Western Canada are in excellent condition according to the statement of S. Mc Leod, a farmer of Western Canada, located near St. On his farm he has 200 acres of newly broken land, all of which was sown In flax. S PASTOR "If the Christians would live u life of personal purity and shun the very appearance of evil, there would be no difficulty with the dance, the card table or the theater," said Rev J. Mc Gaughey of the Second Presbyterian church, 1515 West Superior street, in his sermon on "Personal Purity'" at the regular morning services yester- day. Simonson of 2102 West Superior street, returned yesterday from a week's visit on the range. lurch held an excur- sion to Two Harbors yesterdi^'y. The committee of the West End Com- mercial club appointed last Friday to find a suitable location for a public market in the West end, has already found the place and will recommend it to the members of the club at the meet- ing next Friday. In the evening the subject was "Grace." Sunday School Picnic. They were dispatched to the edge of the flood in police automobiles. They ran bare-headed Several of the English wore wide brimmed canvas hats. final: United States, first; Franee, second; Eu Klaud. One of the most restful and Invigorating trips that could be conceived. But every night she'd told me how much she's saved during the day, and there must be close on 30 shillings in that box now. Like a fool I give the Missus the 'ousekeeplng-money for my spell ashore all in a lump." "Ask her to give you some back, advised the mate. UNIDENTIFIED GIRL, 9 years old, light hair, gold band ring, blue and white silk dress. Mc Leod was formerly purchasing agent for the Duluth, Missabe & Northern road. He said there was plenty of moisture in the ground to last for the next thirty days in both the Ameri- can Northwest and the Canadian West. esv efiis HERALD BRATVCHi Herman OUos, Mt Lumger, 1823 Wemi S^perfor Street* SHUN EVEN APPEARi^CE OF EVIL, SA\? HUNDREDS HOMELESS, DEAD RE- PORTED IN DENVER SITE CHOSEN FOR PUBLIC MARKET Corner of Twenty-first Aven- ue West and Superior Street Selected. Twenty-second avenue west and Third street, preached on "The Meek and the Lowly One"' at the regular morning services yester- day. In tlie city tramways were put out of commission, ^Vhlle a sewer undermined, broke and flooded Capitol Hill, the aristocratic section of the city. A general call to physicians was Issued and many responded. The South Africans were conspicuous In green silks. -.* secoudis); England, third (10 minutes, 2H 3-5 seconds.) 1,600 meters relay race, for teams of four men, each man runulug 400 uieters. Cross country race, about 800 meters (nearly 5 miles): H. A beautiful 60-mlle ride en good old Lake Superior and return by moonlight. * "Then, maybe, she'd "Well, the first day I was home we each dropped in a 2-shll Iing piece, just to give the money-box a good start. per or two, because I knew she wouldn't open the box till I'd gone off to sea again. "Well, I spent my last slxpense this afternoon, and there's another ten days to go, yet. July 15.-(Speclal to The Herald.)— The funeral of Wilbur Hnimpq the 15-yoar-old son of Mr. D., July 15.— (Special to The Herald.) — John Ahlrln. Land has not reached but a small fraction of its value. —Here is decidedly the most opportune time for fitting out the home with attractive new carpets or rugs. — Superbus wilton rugs, seamless, pretty two-tone effects; regular $55 values, sale price, $45. —Body Brussels rugs, pleasing patterns; regular $29.50 values, sale price, -$19.75. — Good patterns in Axminster rugs, regular $27.50 values, sale price, $19.75. / ; \ Clearance of Oriental Rugs — The entire stock has new prices cal- culated to expedite clearance. — 36x72 rag rugs, regular $1.75 values, sale price, $1.39. It is said that Lorimer's longest com- ment on the outcome of the fight was made when his colleague, Shelby M. — Congressional district conventions to choose delegates to^ represent the state at the Chicago convention of the new third party probably will be held July 26. Secondly, you can banish the tin can from your kitchens with all its dan- gers and Inconveniences, and cut your grocer's bill down to the minimum. All Stock-No Style 5c cigar is all stock, no style. William Yak walked off a dock at Marine City and was drowned, and Edward O'Leary, while attempting to make a landing with his motorboat near the same place, fell Into the river and was drowned. cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula, Ma- laria, Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison and all other diseases dependent on impure blog»d. For the present, no money is avail- able for -the enforcement of the act, but the attorney general will have JIO. Some steps may be taken to bring everybody into cornnliance then. « * • Miss Florence Whipple of Hunter's Park and Miss Eunice Whipple of East Third street are guests of Mrs. Fruit and vegetable growers are making |500 to 11,000 per acre. Fine quality room-size and smaller rugs of desirable new colorings, carpets, linoleums and other floor coverings are offered at reductions averaging from a fourth to a third below the regular cost. Oriental and floral de- signs ; regular $25 values, sale price, $17.75. — Best quality tapestry brussels, 10 v/ire, Oriental and scroll effects; regular $16.75 value, sale price, $12.50. — Reversible Smyrna rugs, all wool, very durable, choice patterns; $23.75 values, sale price, $15. — Arabian art squares, reversible, twortone effects; regular $10 values, sale price, $6.75. — Wool art squares, reversible, pretty and durable; regular $6.50 values, sale price, $4.75. — Mission rugs, all wool, solid colors, with artistic border designs; regular $21.50 values, sale price, $14.75. — 7-6x9 size of above, regular $8.50 values, sale price, $6.25. — Extra super quality wool ingrain carpets, values to 85c, sale price, yard, 49c. — 30x60 rag rugs, regular $1.25 values, sale price, 98c. size, fringed ends, reversible styles; regular $1.25 values, sale price, 89c. — Japanese matting rugs, size 30x60; reg- ular 40c values, sale price, 23c. — Imported and domestic inlaid linoleums, lengths to 50 feet, 6 feet wide; values to $1.75 per square yard, 89c. Since lie walked out of the senate chamber he has barely mentioned his case, but has plunged into personal affairs. In the first place, they will be fresh and ten- der; they will be absolutely free from preservatives, and these green vege- tables will aid in maintaining the health of the family at a season of the year when you are usually deprived of such articles of food. A., 515 Met- ropolitan building, Minneapolis, Minn. John Bailey and Michael Schlgeau, neither of whom could swim, waded beyond their depth and were drowned before nelp could reach them. Arthur Mann was seized with cramps while bathing and went to the bottom. No paper coming to the exchange table of The Herald has attempted to comply with that provi- sion of the act, although many of them are running political advertisements.

.75 per square yard, 89c. Since lie walked out of the senate chamber he has barely mentioned his case, but has plunged into personal affairs. In the first place, they will be fresh and ten- der; they will be absolutely free from preservatives, and these green vege- tables will aid in maintaining the health of the family at a season of the year when you are usually deprived of such articles of food. A., 515 Met- ropolitan building, Minneapolis, Minn. John Bailey and Michael Schlgeau, neither of whom could swim, waded beyond their depth and were drowned before nelp could reach them. Arthur Mann was seized with cramps while bathing and went to the bottom. No paper coming to the exchange table of The Herald has attempted to comply with that provi- sion of the act, although many of them are running political advertisements.

"The above committees have been in- formed many times of late, regarding the slippery condition of many streets In the East end of the town, we will quote their own words: "We hardly eat a meal, as the dining room faces a slippery avenue, that we are not dis- turbed by horses falling." Another said: 'We have been many times on the point of ringing up the Humane society. I turn away for I cant stand to see the hcrses suffer." Others say: 'We dread when our coal has to be delivered, we are sorry to see the horses struggle over the slippery grade"."" WRECK FATAL TO THIRTEEN (Continued from page 1.) •wreck. The stranger within your ^ate.s will rise up and call you "blessed ir vou will give this matter prompt ac- tion A word to the Chamber of Com- merce or to the Commercial club of Duluth ought to be sufficient to se- cure this convenience, cure mis q^^^j^qe j. Other trusts on different other commodities can also do likewise on necessities of life of nearly every description needful to us human beings. « Ckau Kea Keep a Man Young* New York Commercial: Though a man's body attains Its full growth before his 24th year, and prob- ably earlier than that, the growth of his mind depends on himself.

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