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IN THE LONG RDN
It's the real, genuine values
that count the most for econ
omy and satisfaction. *v
Kayser's Patent Fingei Tipped Silk
Gloves, in the stylish colors Pan,
50o, 75c, $ 1 0 0
Fowne's Celebrated English Lisle
Thread, in the stjhsh colors Pail,
Coronet, the best kid Glove on the
a\enue for tho money. Spring weight
Piquo or Cape Stock df 4 AA
New Umbrellas and Parasols
The best for the least money at
Pickering's Lace Lisle, Silk IIS1P
Embroidered Lisle, a supeib collee
turn, representing the best piodnets
of Germany's most celebrated mak
ers Extraordinary values at, pair,
50c, 75 $ 1 OO
New Warm Weather Underwear.
Have vou talked T\ ith our Girdle art
ist? She makes them to \om older,
from tho finest brilliant lustre Ales
saline Eibbon djl OR
Best Assortment Best Values.
White Wash Belts
The newest and most appro% ed mod
els in Kabo. Nemo, E & and
American Ladv Corsets \.n expert
corsetiere will wait on you and ex
ila the merits and ad\ antages of
Store Coisets. Popu
lar prices, each, $100, $ 1 50
$2 0 0
New White Muslin Petticoats.
Exclusive stales, chaiacteristic of
the Pickering store, white Stocks
Turncueis, Collar and Cuff sets, Coat
sets, Chemisettes, Windsor and Mull
Tits, Linen Collars, Lace novelties,
alues that are mcompaiable, at,
each 50c ind 75
Special Values in Shopping Bags
More new Talent lcnnes, Beadings,
Mechlin Chantillv, Torchon, Maltese
and Cluny Laces, for Saturday, com
plete sets of -just the kinds ou
want, at tho lowest prices
Embroidery Sale ontinued, 35c val
ues, Corset Covers, Bead
ing designs, 11
25c Values, odd pieces of
kinds, to close,
New Automobile Veils
NEW WHITE GOODS.
Beautiful shet fabrics for Summei
Dresses and Waists, some ot the
most popular and first in demand are
Mercerized Bitiste, French Lawn,
Handkerchief Linen, India Lmon,
Wash Chiffon, Embroideied Mull
Your purchase checks Each $10
worth entitles you to 50c ^vorth of
meichandise ADAM PICKERING & CO.
Artificial eyes are 10 often
necessarywhy not get the
best from largest assortment
Optical and Kodak Shops,
624 Nicollet Avenue.
Specials for Saturday.
ICES AND ICE CREAM
Our special combination for your Sunday
dinner will be Fresh Crushed Strawberry
Ice Cream and Pineapple Sherbet, Qlt A
quart, 50o, pint UVC
From Our Pastry Kitchen
Our Special Cake will be Pineapple Laver, I
also Tutti Frutti Loaf and Orange QE
Cream Squares each
Scotch Scones on 20c
Fruit Coffee Cake, 10c
Cocoanut Cookies 10c
Onr eoolted foods are now displayed and
sold from our new McCray Refrigerator
We think our department as fine as any in
the country Roast Meats, Croquettes
Salada, Baked Beans, etc
From Ou Candy Kitchen.
English Walnut Bar
Cream Dipped QQ.
res 50c, spec VVW
Pineapple Popped Riee
I Marshmallows 3&2Sc
New Potatoes pick 30c
Wax & String Beans 0
Butter a^'S?""'* SI.I5
18c 15c 12c
l) A A S Wilbur's, lb 25c
I A*ft Finest Smyrna Imported,
IS5 large, 25c grade, lb
Fat white, Nor-
nlaWnVlVI way. Breakfast
Ripe Olives 2F"""-
Olive Oil SS^g-
wUU|l densed, special, can
regular 15c Maine & i 111
UUin Corn, 120 Doz #li4U
Rbs Bel- JI.40
8th and Nicollet.
Grocer, Baker, Confectioner
IN GOOD SHAPE
GOVERNMENT REPORT HOLDS OUT
A FINE PROSPECT.
Fruit in Eastern Sections Has Suffered
to Some Extent and the Apple Crop
Will Be Rather LightStand of Win
ter Wheat Is Declared to Be Good.
Special to The Journal.
loronto Mav 19Hie official report on the
crop3 issued bj the provincial department of
agriculture holds out better prospects than for
Wintei wheat especially, one of the malu
staples makes an excellent showing, and a
less acreage has been plowed up than in the
pat two oi thiee seasons Xhe damage feared
fiom the cold winds of April has been gen
eralh aveited by subsequent propitious weather
conditions Winter 13 also promises "well
(lo\ er is exceptionally good but grass gen
erallj is haiku aid owing to the cold springs,
tho the growth is now vlgorpus and cattle are
genet ally out on pasture
Fruit trees appeal to have suffered to some
extent from the exceptionally severe winter and
the apple crop -will be comparatively light
Livestock generally came thru the winter
well 'and disease is conspicuous by Its ab
Spilng seeding is all completed under ideal
conditions and a. week or so earlier than usual
TWO TRIALS FOR MURDER
SHIELDS CASE AT BENSON AT
TRACTS MUCH ATTENTION
HORSE RACE LED TO CRIME.
Special to The Journal
Benson, Minn May 189 Court con
vened here this week with Judge Qvale
on the bench The calendar contains
twenty seven civil and seven criminal
cases, and in addition five indictments
were found by the grand piry, among
them being one against John A
Shields for rmirdei in the first degree
for killing (linton Maxon near Kerk
ho\en last December, and one for mur
der the second degree against Her
man Nagie for the killing of Ole T.
Lee last January
Shields and Maxon were laboring
men and had worked around Kerkhoven
several years They met on Dec 22
on the load leading into Kerkhoven.
Both were riding hoises After argu
ing a few minutes, Maxon proposed a
horse race, the winner to take both
horses Shields finally consented and
a course was laid out They were to
run down to the Kerkhoven mile board
Shields won the race and demanded
Maxon's horse, but Maxon refused to
give it up Hot words passed between
them and Shields asserts that Maxon
struck him and rode away
The next dav when Shields was go
ing into Kerkhoven he says that Maxon
eia'ftled out fiom under the elevator
platform and shot three times at him,
but it is generally believed that
Shields mistook a man who is known
to have been shooting rabbits there
for Maxon Shields borrowed a double
barreled shotgun and cartridges for the
purpose, he said, of shooting foxes and
went in search of Maxon, who wanted
to shake hands and make up
Shields told Maxon %o stand back
or he would blow his head off Maxon
did not stop and Shields fired, the
charge stiikmg Maxon the stomach.
Lyndon A Smith of Montevideo is
assisting County Attorney Champlm
the prosecution Kane and E. L.
Thornton will have charge of the de
FAGE BOODLE TRIALS
New York Sun Special Service
Memphis, Tenn, May 19.Three
more members of the Arkansas legisla
ture, two senators and a representa
tive, have been indicted on a charge of
bribery The accused are Senator A.
W Rison of Polaski county, Senator
William C. Gross of Crawford county,
and representatrv George P. Chaphne
of Monioe county.
Four members of the late general as
sembly are now under mdictement for
bnbery, Eepresentative Andrews of
Nevada county having been arrested a
week ago All are charged with offer
ing bribes connection with a meas
ure authorizing a big bond issue for
levee purposes s*
The indictments charge the men with
oftermg ridiculously small sums for the
votes of others, the average tender be
ing about a hundred dollars, altho
one was only $50
MURDERS HIS WIFE
Durand, Wis May 19.Joseph Gane,
aged 45, a farmer near Eau Galle, Dunn
county, it is alleged, today killed his
wife, aged 32, with a rifle, one shot pass
ing thru her arm, another entering her
bieast and the third passing thru the
back of her head after she had fallen.
Gane is a half breed Indian, and was
intensely jealous of his wife. A quar
rel started, it is said, and Mrs. Gane fled
from the house When twenty rods dis
tant she was killed
It is reported that Gane reloaded his
ufle and for several hours resisted
neighbors who tued to capture him He
finally started for Menomonie. with the
expressed intention to surrender to the
Menomonie, Wis., May 19Gane
was brought before Judge Florin this
morning and pleaded not guilty. On
motion of his attorney the case was
continued until Monda-y, May 29.
BUTTE IN THE LEAD
Scores in First Events of Montana In
Special to The Journal
Missoula, Mont, May 19.The sec
ond state mterscholastic meet was
started under the most favorable cir
cumstances. Preliminary exercises oc
cupied the forenoon, and at 2 o'cloek
the main events commenced The
weather is perfect and fully 2,000 per
sons thronged the campus when the offi
cial fired his pistol. It was the most
representative attendance ever seen at a
meet of this kind in Montana.
Four events were decided during the
daymile run, broad nump, putting the
shot an"d the 440 yard run. Bernard
Pierce of Butte won the mile run, break
ing all of last year's records Time, 4
mmntese 56 2 5 seconds. Butte led at
the end of the day with twelve points
Anaconda was second with eight Mis
soula third with six Broadwater,
fourth, with five, Flathead, fifth with
three, and Billings sixth, with two.
In the second state declamation con
test, in which nineteen high schools par
ticrpated, Miss Marjone Chambers of
the Hamilton high school won first
place and Ben Rosenthal of the Butte
high school, second Miss- Elizabeth
Short of the Park City high school was
third. Miss Chambers declaimed "How
the La Eue Stakes Were Won."
BOY A SUICIDE, OVEBSTT/DIEB.
Milwaukee May 19 Charles Abram aged 14
\eair has committed sdielde at his home here by
taking carbolic acid The youthful suicide was
to hare graduated as the valedictorian of his
class next month and It is thought his act
i wag Out to close, application to stuM
Original Eight Hour Store
OPENS AT 8 30 A. M.
CLOSES AT 5.30 P. M.
EXCEPT ON SATURDAYS
Plums Peaches Bartlett Pears...
Japanese Bamboo 2-piece Jointed Bods with switch reel,
seat Saturday special for
Japanese Bamboo S-piece Jointed Bods, double brass ferrules,
bands, silk wound guides, length 12 to 14 feet, Efl
Saturday, special 5vlC
Calcutta Bamboo 3-piece Bods, brass reel seats, ring guides, length 12
feet, with celluloid handle, /vft/-r
Saturday special OVC
Selected Split Bamboo S-piece Bod with extra tip,
wood frame and cloth bag CktZrr
special for Saturday "each* V... .'.1.. V5C
54 ft. Braided Cotton Line for all kinds of
fishing Saturday special O
[Fishing Beels, genuine Pennell reels hold 60 yards
of line, heavy nickel plated, quadruple multiply
ing, adjustable click and drag good *70
large size, Saturday special each .../VC
Base Ball Goods Specials.
Full assortment of the famous A. J. Beach line
of the American League goods.
Catchers' Mitts, made of the finest leather, rein
forced palm with patent deep pocket.
$1.25 kind, special Saturday each 50c
$1 50 kind, special Saturday each *75c
$1.98 kind, special Saturday each j$ OO
Eeache's Base Balls, well made, none better, at
10c 20c, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1 ^d $1.25
oriental Lace Movers.
At One-Fourth to One-Half Less Than Usual.
MOST opportune purchase brings us 283 piecesover 150 different
patternsof the most fashionable kinds of Allover Laces, 18
inches wide. Most of them are the dainty Oriental, Pt. Gaze and
Pompadour styles so extensively used for waists, yokes, collars and deep
cuffs, in the most winsome floral effects, such as blue bells, roses, lilies,
running vines, small cluster effects, etcso very much demandin
white, butter, cream, pongee and Arab shades.
For quick selling we have grouped them as follows
40c to 50c qualities at 25c VGT
60c and 75c qualities at 39 per yard
85c to $1 00 qualities at 50c
$125 to $1.50 qualities at 7 5dc
$1 75 to $2 00 qualities at $ 1 OO
$2 25 to $3 qualities at... $1.25
$3 50 to $5 qualities at ..$1 7 5 to $ 2 5 0 per yd.
We expect these to sell rapidly and advise an early call.
Pare Linen and Cotton Torchon Laces.
Over 8ooo yards just arrived.
Odds and ends of large importer's stock. Some a little soiled A
on outside of piece, all secured at half cost. We give as we Jpl
get, so Saturday you choose from 5c, 8c and 10c qualities, yd
Grocery Stock Reduction sale.
TeleptoiesN. W lain, 1J, 18,1WT. C. Itt, M2 Iffl.
O CLOSE OUT otir entire line of the well-known "Thistle Brand Canned
Goods," we quote these exceedingly low prices for Saturday.
All Thistle Regular Special
Brand Price to Close.
Melting Sugar Peas 15c can 12c
Ex. Sw't Wrmkld Peas 18c can
Sweet Corn 12c can
Golden Pumpkins 12c can
Green Lima Beans...,, .15c can
White Wax Beans 15c can
lbs. best Granulated Cane Sugar for
with each purchase of $1.00 worth
or more of groceries (flour and sugar
excepted). Special Saturday only..
Dunkley's High-Grade Fruit
In Quart Glass Jars.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL, fl^/^fpg IFPfJ^S
$1.50 per yd.
All Thistle- Regular Special
Brand Price to Close
Hubbard Squash 15c can 12c
Fancy N. Apricots 20c can 15c
Preserved Gooseberries 20c can 15c
Bartlett Pears 2pc can 20c
Pre'd Red Raspberries.25c can 21c
Pre'd Bl'k Raspberries 25c can 21c
A FEW OTHER SPECIALS.
Choice Navy Beans, per quart. .5c
15 Bars Snap Soap for 26c
Lowney's Diamond Sweet Chocolate,
at, per pound 19c
Fancy Seeded Raisins in full pound
packages, per package 7
Extra Large Queen Olives, qt. -25c
Walnut Meats, special, lb 25c
Fancy Sweet Corn, dozen *75c
TJneeda'' or Homaid'' Biscuit, & package 4
_ Vanilla Wafers, fresh and sweet, per package lOc
SPxLCIA.L Soda Crackers or Ginger Snaps, per pound 6
Feature Sales Give Especial Attention Saturday.
"SPECIAL FEATURE SALES" have been thoroly rearranged, new goods added, and in many lines prices have been further re-
duced for quick clearances Saturday. The most important are our "ANNUAL MONTH of MAY SALE MUSLIN UNDERWEAR"
Our "BEST SALE of HIGH GRADE EMBROIDERIES""STOCK REDUCTIONS of SILKS and DRESS G6ODS""First 1905
SPRING SALE WASH FABRICS and WHITE GOODS""MID-SEASON SALE and display of MILLINERY"And values that know no
equal in CROCKERY, GLASSWARE KITCHEN FURNISHINGS, SUMMER HOUSEHOLD and GARDEN NEEDS, FURNITURE,
SEWING MACHINES, CARPETS. RUGS, LACE CURTAINS, ETC.
Men's Medium Weight Underwear our regular
50c quality, Saturday special, per garment..
All Our 50c and 75c 4 in-hand Ties, in black and
colors. Saturday special each
200 dozen Men's Linen Collars, broken lots from our 10c
lines Saturday special, *\r*
Men's Suspenders, (North Star, union made)
regulaia 35c qualities, Saturday special, pair
All of Vital Interest at this Time===The Beginning of the Season.
jusi a sample of me values in our Mens Clothing,
Men's Summer Needs.
OR the athlete, for the spoitsman, for the outdoor
devotee we have a large variety of sweaters, in
plain colors, and stripe effects. All marked
at our usual "lower" prices.
Men's Summer Weight Underwear, 25c and
35c qualities. Saturday special per garment
100 Dozen Imported
Swiss Body Hats,
Worth 39c and 25c, at, each,
Limit 3 to any one customer.
Margueiates Vmca Vines Ju&C'
"Grea Alteration and Improvemen Sale" at
ENTIRE line of Men's 1905 Spring and Summer ^AQi
Suits that we retail regularly at $12.50, and are
the equal of any $15.00 and $18.00 suits on the "Aven-
ue" in this "Great Sale" Saturday at choice.
These handsome,stylish garments are designed by the most prominent high-
grade clothiers in Americamade up in dependable fabrics in the styles
now in favor. Plain blacks and blues, and choice mixed effects, in full
size assortments. Excellent $15.00 and $18.00 values, ftIA 9 5
here regularly at $12.50 "Sale" price Saturday....
Full Lines ol out-Door Goods, our Prices Always Lowest.
BASE BALL BATS.
15c kind, Saturday special each
25c kind, Saturday special each
45c kind, Saturday special each
75c kind, Saturday special each
89c kind, none better, Saturday special
In dove tailed box, hinged cover, nicely painted and
varnished, complete with book of instructions.
4 ball set, special Saturday 59c
6-ball set, special Saturday 69c
8-ball set, special Saturday 89c
\i yE willin pute oMillinery sale Satur-De
Gladiola Bulbs, per dozen 35c
Always a fresh stock on hand
at lowest prices.
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY.
Fresh Cut Carnations, dozen 35c
American Beauty Roses, short stems,
dozen 50c and 75c
LINE of choice quality Havana
Cigars purchased at a big re
retail regularly at 10c straight.
Bop's CMMig aHFirulsMngs.
N our large department for boys'
and youths' wear we carry the
most complete assortment, and all
at our popular low prices. Our lines
of Boys' Suits are better value,
give better wear and satisfaction,
dollar for dollar than you'll get out
of any others in the city.
In worsteds, cheviots and serges, in
blacks, blues and mixed effects
$2.50, $3.00, $3 50,
$4.00, $5.00 and up.
A Big Lot of Small Boys' Suits,
sizes 3 to 8 years not more than
2 or 3 of a kind, but all sizes
the lot. Kinds that formerly sold
up to and were A
good $6.00 values rfll.frJ
20c 39c 69c 79c
Boiling Beef, per pound 4
Box of 50! special S3.00
Ferndale Creamery Butter, 1-lb
bricks, 3 and 5 lb jars, lb -25c
Finest Cured Limburger Cheese, spe
cial per pound 20c
New York Full Cream Cheese, per
pound 15C, 18C, 20c
The Finest Ohio Swiss, lb 20c
Exclusive Sale Agents
FOR EDWIN C. BURT
SHOES AND OXFORDS
FOR WOMENNone as Good$3.50
Hammock Specials Saturday.
An out of the ordinary stock of hammocks. A beautiful up-to-date
line containing the strongest weaves the moajb artistic colorings
representing the newest on the market. Prices always the lowest.
THREE EXTRA SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY ONLY.
Heavy Woven Cotton Hammocks with pillow, steel spreader, valanceo
and fringe just the kind for picnic purposes or for the ftQ/*
little folks. Eegular price $1,25, Saturday special OVC
Beautiful Jacquard Hammocks, b$d *meaBurement 38x75 inches, com-
plete with pillow, spreader, large valance and *J J"
and fringe extra special Saturday, each *pi^i7
Closely Woven Beautiful Hammocks in plaid designs, upholstered,
throw-back pillows with tassel, extra deep valance, beautifully
pleated with fringe bed measurement 41x90 inches. d mm
Saturday special, each &**- i %J
Lawn Tennis Goods,.
We are acknowledged headquarters for lawn teamis goods Her you
will find everything you want this line. A few specials
"Tether" Tennis Racquet, strung with the best oriental gut, well
seasoned, ash frame and hand turned oval handles d?-| ^J-
Saturday special each
"Bristol" Racquet, made on the new model, strung with the best
quality English gut, unequalled for driving power OBJr'
and durability. Saturday special each i VOC
Regulation Tennis Nets, full size, nicely d| j-r\
bound i 4IOl/
Same kind unbound 75c and $1.25
Drug Department special.
Saturday we will give a Guest
Room size cake of
mere Boqurt Soap free with each
purchase of Colgate's Antiseptic
Dental Powder. The reg. 25c size
Colgate's Violet Talc Powder.
Purified antiseptic. If
you have not tried it we
will be pleased to
a sample box.
size sells at.. 15cUuyoJUe?givgivt
Colgate's Handkerchief Extracts.
Pansy Blossom Monad Violet White
Lilac Jockey Club Heliotrope La
France RoseCapriceNew Mown
Choice per ounce 25cyHa
C. F. WITT,
We Sell Exactly What We Advertise.
Good Western Beef.
Chuck Roast, per pound "7c
Pot Roast, per pound 10c
Rib Roast, rolled, per pound 15c
Rib Roast, standing, per pound 14c
Minnesota Pig Pork.
Pork Hocks, at per pound *7
Pork Butt Roast, per pound.,., Q
Pork Loin Roast, per pound... .|J.c
Pork Spare Ribs, per pound *y
Pork Sausage, per pound 10c
Veal Loin or Leg Roast, per pound 14c
Veal Shoulder Roast, per pound 10c
Veal Stew, per pound 7
Export Rib Roast, standing, per pound 18c
Export Rib Roast, rolled, per pound 16c
Pruits and Vegetables.
Cucumbers, at 2 for 5
Asparagus, per bunch *7C
New Potatoes, per peck 30^*
Long Radishes, 2 bunches 5
Deliveries to All Parts of the City.
TelephonesTwin City, 86 116. 1
N. W., Mam 4500 4501. 43