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*!"-"l^"*|* Ladies' Winter hoes
Ladies' heavy sole
kid, welt, lace, full
leather lined. Keep
your feet warm and
dry, at, pair Ladies' extei
sion sole, kit,
Luu.v. umcK serge, top flannel I
lined, kid lace Wi,..er shoe, rearu
lar $2.00 shoes
Ladies' fine skating shoes, heavy
sole, full leather lined, fine calf
will have the most marks.
How Many Trips to the Laundry?
If you want to know which brand of collars is best value,
take an indelible pencil and mark one each of several brands
(any price) every time they go to the laundry. Th en you can
see which you get the most wear out of before you throw
If one of them is a Corliss-Coon Collar, Helmet Brand,
And there are reasons.
They are always four p_ly_,fold styles as well as standing.
That gives body,means strength.
Our Gutter Seams prevent "saw" edges.
Our Overcast Stitching prevents cracking of surface
Our double cross-stitched reinforced button holes outlast
Every one of these "extras add to the cost of manufac
ture,but you get collars that wear well.
Any maker can give these "extras," but some leave them
out and take the added cost into their profit,at your
Corliss-Coon Collars are ^for 25c.but not cheap,they are
Get them at furnishers. If yours doesn't keep them he
can, get them for you by writing to the address below,he
will if he wants to give you what we will prove to him is best
If he refuses, -write us -we will tell you where you can sret
them in your own city, and it'sworth your while.
Write for the book, Better Collars."
It shows the styles .and tells "Why Better Collars."
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^^^F?^^t!f?fTHE MINNEAPOLIS' 'JOURNAL.
On Sale in Dress Goods Aisle.
Cotton Blankets Tan color, soft
teazledowxi finish, kind
Fancy Silks of many descriptions, includ
ing hairline stripes and checked Louisines
and wash Taffetas, colored and black, Taf
fetas, Habutais, etc., worth to OjjTkj-,
85c a yard, for .^tUS^C
Sale in Ribbon Aisle.
Plain colored Taffetas, black Taffetas, Jac
quard Taffetas and Louisines,, Wash Taf
fetas, Louisines, Peau de Cygnes, cheeked
Louisines, Satin Duchesse, colored Poplins,
etc., worth to $1.00 a yard, A'dsv
On Saie in Center and Stationery Aisles.
Black, white, ivOry, cream and all 'colors
in Peau de Cygnes, fancy Silks blacfcATaf
fetas, Peau de Soie Louisines, Satia-Du
chesse, etc., worth to $1.25 a
sold everywhere at 58c.
Two pair limit a pair
Cotton BlanketsOdd assortments
of tan, white and gray
10-4 size blankets, per
sizeodd lot to close y? Q/%
out, $3.00 value, each *P *-?^J
Gopher Ledger Will Show About
Football, to all appearances, lias dropped ofiC
the map at the university save for the gossip
where rooters are prone to gather. There the
games are being fought over, and every inch of
ground contested to the last argument. The
team has been swallowed up by the student body
and only the talk remains.
Big Dan Smiih'was the" only man Injured in
the Iowa game. Some enthusiastic hawkeye
jumped into the anatomy of the petite Daniel
and cracked a rib for him. it is not serious,,
but the lad from New Caledonia is not perform
ing any stunts on the horizontal bar just at
Up in the business -office at the gymnasium.
Manager Frank Reed is counting out the contents
ot the strong box, and as pear as can be ap
proximated Minnesota finished the season with
from $10,000 to $X2.000 on the rlgnt side of the
ledger. Had the Northwestern and Iowa games
been played in Minneapolis, the fountain-head of
western football enthusiasm, the receipts would
have been larger., Iowa's crowd was small as
compared with what it should have been.
Minnesota not only helped herself, but helped
Wisconsin as well. From Madison comes the
word that the old badger debt has been wiped
out, and the athletic ledger shows $4,000 to the
good. This is a testimonial to Kilpatrick.
When he took charge of the badger affairs, there
was a heavy debt. He has been successful in
clearing this up, and is leaving the school In
good financial shape so far as athletics are con
cerned. From a business standpoint, it looks
as tho Wisconsin was making a mistake in al
lowing Kilpatrick to leave. He goes to a Chi
cago sporting goods house on Jan. 1.
Chicago is just now in the throes of- an in
vestigation. Bezdek has been called upon to
answer charges of professionalism. It is alleged
that he has fought for money In the prlnze ring.
Stagg is looking up the matter, and as a result
Chicago may have to develop anew fullback.
Locally, football Interest Is turning to the
football Danquet, which is to taUe place within
the next few weeks. At that time the gopherg
will receive their '*M's" and a captain will be
elected* As announced in The Journal of?
ladt week, It looks as tho Current would be the
unanimous choice of the team.
BADGERS AB E DISPLEASED
Madison, Wis., Nojr. 30.--Outside of a number
w -g f\
Blankets =ww Com fort$===PiIIows.
Best reliable tiidkesM the lowest prices that
have been Quoted:M this store this season.
Blankets Strictly air wool, thor^
'bugrily shrunk, will not rough up
white, also handsome
two-toned plaid ef
fects, $5.50 valuesVpr.
$1 Bed Pillowsall feathers, Stand
ard A. C.A.tick covering
fufl size, just for one
day's selling, each
Wool Blanketswhite andgray, the
these just-while-$iey 4 ^V^
last, a pair tpOmOO
We will sell Thursday 1,065 yardstwenty piecesof 10c
quality fine Outing Flannel in choice stylesa warm,
doubie fleeced fancy outing flannelat, yard...
of the most important faculty memters, it Is
utterly impossible to fln'3. any favorable senti
ment here toward the rule adopted at the "big
nine" conference at Chicago Beach hotel Friday,
barring- 'freshmen from- barticuiation. In. inter
President Van Hise Is pleased by the action,
but would be better satisfied if the. ban on
freshmen had been made for the entire year
instead of the first semester. He is one of the
first to propose action along this line and it is
known that at-his urgent request. Professor C. S.
Sllcuter was active In securing the adoption o
the rule. Professor Slichter is faculty 8upeivis6r
of athletics and has a veto Dower over all con
tracts and other. engagements of the student
So distasteful is the new rule to the student
body that the determination is abroad to divorce
the athletic association "from faculty control.
How this can be done is exceedingly doubtful,
ana it seems, In tact impossible.
WISCONSIN WANTS McOOBNAOK
Northwestern's Clever Coach Regarded
New XorK Sun Special Service.
Madison, Wis., Nov. &0.~It la being talked
here that Wisconsin authorities are "feeling out"
Coach Walle McCornack of Northwestern with a
view of making him a definite offer to succeed
the present coaches under the alumni system.
Upon McCornack's. reply.ip,these letters will de
pend how much further'the*6fer goes and wheth
er the matter is taken up and threshed thru the
board. The sentiment Berei I. for a grand, clean
sweep and a return
McCornack is strongly favored among theentitling
alumni of the varsity litre. and pressure is being
brought to find out how to Sever his cp,nnec-.
tlon with Northwe'stern.
Chicago, Nov. SO. Walter McCoroacfc said to
day: "I am going *p to* Madison tonight, but
not on any football busihfess whatever. I have
received some Informal letters from football
men, but no authorized'offer has been made. I
have another year's contract with Northwestern
and will coach there or nowhere. It Is near to
my home, and I want to stay there until I can
solv th toughst proposition In footballthat of
giving thm a winner.'5
"Northwestern has backed me to its fullest ca
pacity, and that capacity Is growing."
CATLIW I S CAPTAIN
New York Sun Special Service.
Chicago, Nov. 30."Mare'' Catlln was chosen
captain of the University of Chicago football
team for the season of 1005 by his team mates
last night, at the annual 'Biaroon "0". dinner,.
when all the former winners of the varsity "C"
met in yearly reunion. The big right halfback
was elected to head next year's maroons after a
close vote. "Charley" Kennedy, the popular
little right end, gave him a hard race. ggfJ^M
GLIDDEN PLEASED CHUPFEES
Charles J. GUdden told of his autno|MK|
experiences in Europe at the First UH}Wrtan
cnurcM last night. T*e*aecture waS'ilMttratpa
by stereoptlcon pictured' an** was greatly ap
preciated by members of the Automobile club
and auto enthusiasts.
Mr. juid Airs. Gllddeife^Eill ^leav*- MbraempoliH
for Vancouver ~W a fewSWrys. They' wtn saiv Columbia university lor a game with
Every Yard of Silk O^rJmmense Regular Stock Reduced itt Price for this Sale.
If you have notfseen the silks to know the lowness of
the prices you cannot judge how great the savings are
Thousands of Remnants at Bargain Booths in Center Aisles===First Floor.
15,000 Travelers' Samples and short lengths cannot be sold in a day or two, we were about
seven months ingathering themthey come as a rule, in smaU lots as an expression of good
Will, from proniinent manufacturers and importers with whom we do a large business annually,
at prices abnormally low. Every kind of silk and velvet made, in lengths of one-fourth to one
and one-half yarfgjare represented, pieces especially sought after at this time for fancy work,
for Shopping and party bags, and a hundred other purposes. All are worth from 25c to $1.50
each piece goes for 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c to 69c.
On Sale in Silk and Trimming Aisles.
Hundredss of yard of beautiful shirtwaist s^^ includins
Cygnes, Jacquards on Taffetas and Lou
isine grounds, warp prints, hairline stripes
with swivel dot, new 1905 styles also
black Taffetas, Louisines, Indias, etc., worth
straight to $1.50 a yard, /%Q/^
On Sale in Silk Aisle.
New Checks, rachet canelle, dotted and
swivel Jacquard effects on Louisines and
Taffetas grounds, black Taffetas, Peau de
Soieg, Peau de Cygnes, *7Chsv
'Satin Duchesse, for 3^t^
On Sale in Silk Aisle.
Yard wide black Taffetas, Peau de Soie,
Plaids, new novelty silks, Crepe de Cygnes,
warp printed Taffetas, pompadour effects,
Lumineaux, etc., worth to QQsy
$1.50 a yard, for, a yard CJJSC
Comforts Large size, 72x84, cov
eted with silkoline, .contains clean
weight, $2.00 value, 1 A
each... Fine ComfortsMadeie of fine qua
ity satin heavy
of fine qual-
values to $3.50, each
Comforts, hand-made silkolinecon
tains clean, white cotton,
these at less than cost
of material, each
FOR HOCKEY FLAY
Harriet Hockey said Athletic CUmh
Ready to Begin Its
At a meeting held last night, the final plans
of the Harriet Hockey and Athletic club were
canvassed and completed. A covered rink is
now assured. The site has not beenfinallyde
cided upon, but it is thought that the rink will
be located on Lake street near Hennepin ave
nue. It will be inclosed entirely and covered.
One side will be used for practice and cham
pionship play. On the other will be seats to
accommodate 800 to 1,000 spectators, a warming
room and the lockers. Still more room will be
left for straight skating.
The hockey rink will be under the care of
an experienced keeper. It is expeeted that the
following clubs will join the league: Lake
shores, Glens, Mohocs, Harriets, Central, East
and South highs, and the Iroquois. The players
on "each" team will Tie assessed $2'"each, this sum
them to' a season's entrance to tho
rink for practice and championship play. The
teams will -play..for- a championship cups
C. F. Struck is president and business manager
ot the association and Is hustling the plans to a
finish. It is expected that work on the rink
will begin in a few weeks.
ST. PAUL AWAKENING
Basketball Introduced in Minneapolis'
The first indoor basket-ball game of the season
at St. Paul was played last evening In the Y. M.
C. A. gymnasium there, when the St. Paul' Y. M.
C. A. defeated the team of Company of Min
neapolis by a score of 23 to 9. The Minneapolis
team played a stubborn game, and would have
been defeated by a much smaller score but for
the spectacular pitching of Ed Durocher of the
St. Paul team. The batteries were Oscar Ert&,
gaard and Frank Jones, for the Minneapolis
team, and Ed Durocher and Clyde Connel, for the
St. Paul team.
PEERING TO COACH
for Honolulu Dec. 0, and then continue thejr to be played in New York this winter, was con-
globe-girdling tomy^ iidewd by the board and tb mitttt was refwrefl
Veteyan Basketball Player tQ
||Jjt| Charge of Varsity Team.
*1?Xmeeting ctf the unrreralfy athletic board
ield yesterdfiy William Deerlng was chosen
Wiach of the basketbajl team for ftis rear, Deed
ing Is-a veteran at the .gafee* a&d played on
four champion Minnesota fives. Be knows the
game tboroly and will befcln work a| once with
the forty candidates for the team.
November 30, 1904.
Chiffon Taffetas, Peau
The..request of the athletic management 'df
_51limbl a university lo a game with Minnesota,
Kid Body Doll, 21 inches long, jointed limbs, bisque head,
closing eyes, sewed wig, worth $1.50, only 98c
Sale of Bath Room Fixtures
W. 0. DEESIKG,
$ Who Will Coach the of M, Basket
ball Team This Year.
to the athletic manager. If the proposed eastern
trip is arranged for the team the schedule will
undoubtedly cover a Columbia game.
A committee was appointed by the board to
make arrangements for the annual rootball
banquet. The banquet, which Is In the nature
of a complimentary one to the team, will be
given at: the West Hotel in the near future, and
at this time the coveted M's will be given to the
team members and the captain for next year will
POOL AND BILLIARDS
Progress Made by the Knights of the
AJdvenoa defeated Blumson XOO-64 at the pool
tourney kit night. Walgren won from Roberts
by default, non-appearance and the standing of
the players Is as follows:
Played. Won. Lost.
Stephenson 6 0 0
Williamson 5 4 1
Walgren 6 4 -,r 2
Omnelly 5 4 3 2
Krledt 5 2 2. 3
MGKennar ...IJXII*** P$s a *?1
On Sale in Silk Aisle.
11:30 to i
7:00 p. m.
Double width Foulards. This is anew fea
ture they are forty-two inches wide and
come in a great variety of dots, in brown,
navy and gobelin, well worth
$1.25 a yard, for
On Sale in Silk Aisle.
Cut Price Sale of Ice Skates
In Bright Basement
Lot 1U. S. lock lever club
skates, of good grade steel, all
sizes, per pair 59o
Satin Sarre Plaids, printed warp and pomp
adour effects, new Jacquards in shirt waist
silks, yard wide guaranteed black Taffetas,
Peau de Soies, 36 inches light colored
twilled Indias, Peau de Cygnes, f\
worth to $1.75 a yard, for jJ&C
On Sale in Olove Aisle.
Beautiful French, Scotch and American
Plaids, pompadours, warp prints, bayadere
effects, yard wide black taffetas, Peau de
Soies, Gros Grains, Peau de d? 1 1
Cygnes, Armures, for 1.1 O
N SALE THURSDAY Large under
price purchase of best makes in Ice Skates
Lot 2-U. S. Hockey Ice skates,
for fast skating, greatly under
value, a pair 69c
Christmas Toys at Low Prices
Games and Game Boards^ An Endless Variety.
Combination Crokiaole Boards, playing
10 games, all hardwood, only .88c
The Great Bunco card game, regular
50c, only 39c
Dolls, kid body doll, 15 inches lonp
bisque head, at only 25c
Soap Racks, like illustration, only... 15c
Soap Racks, nickel plated brass, at
only 19c and 25c
Nickel Plated toilet paper holder 5
Three Arm nickel plated towel racks,
Bath Sprays, nickel plated with best
rubber tubes, only 98c
Roberts 4 1 8
Blumson 6 0
Logan defeated Fremont in the billiard tourney
last night by a'score of 200-119. Xb scores
Publicly indorsed by the Superintendent of the
great PEOPLE'S MISSION, who says It
Washington, D. C, February 29, 1904.
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Livermon and Bladen are scheduled to play,
The Mohawks held the Indians down to a
score of 6 to 5. Xtie Monawks -were Out
Weighed by five pounds to the man at least.
This Is the second game the Mohawks have
played with the Indians, the score of the first
game being 20 to 0.
The Cedars claim a game from the Franklins
The Currans challenge the Sherrys for th*
120-pound cnampionsnip of tlie city. For gamed.
address Clyde Jones, 611 Girard avenue N.
The Motley school football team defeated the
Riversides by a score of 5 to 0*. The win
ners claim the 115-pound championship: of the
city and are ready to meet any team who dis
pute the title. 'For games, address M. Norman^
636 Ontario street SB.
The Sherrys defeated the Dudleys in a hard
fought same by the score- of 11 to 0. Thla
game was battled for the 120-pound champion
ship of the twin cities.
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